How Ball Valves Work?

Valves play an important role in manufacturing various kinds of items we use or come across on a day-to-day basis.

From bicycles or automobiles, jet airplanes, or the oil you use for cooking—all are results of valves in some form or another. However, there are a range of valves. Each differs in not just its shape and dimensions, but also its function and application.

Read more

High Quality Stainless Steel 316 Needle Valves from Sealexcel

A needle valve has a small port and a needle-shaped plunger that is generally threaded. The needle valve Stainless Steel Needle Valves from Sealexcel Manufacturerpermits precise regulation of the flow of fluids, even though it is usually capable of handling relatively lower rates of fluid flow.

Read more

Want to Fix a Broken Pipe? Push Fittings to the Rescue!

Winters are one of the best times of the year, except for one reason: frozen water pipelines.Fittings

They can be stressful, troubling and costly. Not only do they make a pool out of your basement, broken pipelines can damage ceilings too.

More to the point; you need to fix them fast. In case you can afford the services of a plumber, allow us to help you mend broken pipes with push fittings.

Here’s a quick guide on how you can install a push in fitting to repair broken/leaking pipes:

Read more

Stainless Steel 316 Ball Valves from Sealexcel

Ball valves are widely used in modern piping systems in a number of industries. They are a form of quarter-turn valves that utilize hollow, pivoting and perforated balls for controlling the flow of fluids through it. These integraStainless Steel 316 Ball Valves from Sealexcell valves are primarily used to start, stop, control, direct and mix the flow, pressure and temperature of a process fluid inside a pipeline. The system is open when the hole of the ball is parallel to the flow of fluid. It is closed when the hole is pivoted at an angle of 90 degrees by the handle of the valve. In other words, the valve handle is aligned parallel when fluid flows through the system and perpendicularly when there is no flow of fluid. This makes visual confirmation of the fluid easy.

Read more