Swagelok® Needle and Metering Valves
Needle valves provide reliable flow control for a range of applications using a variety of stem designs, flow patterns, materials, and end connections in designs such as integral-bonnet and union-bonnet. Metering valves provide the ability to make fine adjustments to accurately control system flow in low- or high- pressure, and low-, medium-, or high- flow applications.
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Features: Straight and angle patterns; Pressures up to 6000 psig (413 bar); Temperatures up to 450°F (232°C) with PTFE packing; up to 650°F (343°C) with Grafoil® packing
Features: Working pressures up to 600 psig (41.3 bar); Temperatures up to 300°F (148°C); Straight and angle patterns; Vee stem standard; regulating stem available
Features: Manual and pneumatically actuated models; Straight, angle, and cross body patterns; 316 SS and brass body materials
Features: Stainless steel construction; Nonrotating ball-tip and plug-tip stem designs; Roddable (plug-tip design)
Features: Working pressures up to 10 000 psig (689 bar); Temperatures from –65 to 450°F (–53 to 232°C) with PTFE packing; up to 1200°F (648°C) with Grafoil® packing; 316 stainless steel; alloys 400, 20, 600, and C-276; and titanium materials
Features: Working pressures up to 10 000 psig (689 bar); Temperatures from –65 to 450°F (–53 to 232°C) with PTFE packing; up to 1000°F (537°C) with Grafoil® packing; Alloy 625, alloy 825, Alloy 2507, and 6-moly materials
Features: Working pressures up to 3000 psig (206 bar); Temperatures up to 400°F (204°C) with standard PTFE packing, up to 600°F (315°C) with optional Grafoil® packing; Straight and angle-pattern valves
Features: High-purity PFA material; Working pressures up to 180 psig (12.4 bar); Temperatures up to 300°F (148°C); 1/4, 3/8, and 1/2 in. Swagelok® PFA tube fitting end connections
Features: Roddable, straight-through orifice for maximum flow; Working pressures up to 6000 psig (413 bar); Packing below the threads; Replaceable seat and stem tip design
Features: Live-loaded packing system; Compact design; Working pressures up to 6000 psig (413 bar); Temperatures up to 600°F (315°C)
Features: 316 stainless steel construction; Temperatures up 1000°F (537°C); Medium-pressure (MP) fittings, Size range—1/4 to to 1 in., Pressure rating—up to 20 000 psig (1378 bar); High-pressure (HP) fittings, Size range—1/4 to 9/16 in., Pressure rating—up to 60 000 psig (4134 bar); NACE® MR0175/ISO15156 compliance available
Features: Straight-pattern flow coefficients (Cv) from 0.004 to 0.15; Low- and high-pressure service; Repeatable vernier handles available; Brass and 316 stainless steel materials
Features: 316 stainless steel materials; Union-bonnet construction for safety; Grafoil® packing for high-temperature performance; Swagelok® tube fitting, female NPT, and tube or pipe socket weld end connections
Features: Pressures up to 3000 psig (206 bar); Temperatures up to 450°F (232°C) with PEEK stem tip; Stainless steel, brass, and alloy 400 materials
Features: Limits access to manually actuated valves;Lockout accessory enables compliance with OSHA Lockout/Tagout, Standard 29 CFR Part 1910.147, Control of Hazardous Energy Bright safety orange color promotes high visibility. Other colors are available.
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Needle and Metering Valves
Needle valves provide reliable and consistent flow control, are offered in a variety of stem designs, materials, sizes, and end connections, and have been engineered to withstand corrosive and extreme conditions. General utility service, integral-bonnet, screwed-bonnet, forged-body, toggle, severe-service union-bonnet, instrumentation blowdown, compact gauge, non-rotating stem, and rising plug valves are available with flow coefficients ranging from 0.12 to 2.4 and pressure ratings up to 45000 psig (3100 bar). Flow patterns include straight, angle, and cross, with actuation options including both manual and pneumatic.
Metering valves deliver accurate flow rate control in analytical, instrumentation, and research applications, are suitable for low- and high-pressure situations, provide fine adjustments for precision applications with flow coefficients from 0.004 to 0.16 for low-, medium-, and high-flow applications. Flow patterns include straight, angle, cross, and double with pressure ratings up to 5000 psig (344 bar). Knurled, round, vernier, slotted, and adjustable-torque handle options allow for repeatable flow adjustments, enhanced control for setting flows, or flow setting adjustment with a screwdriver in your low-pressure applications.