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Forged Steel Globe Valves

Forged steel globe valves are critical components for controlling the flow of various fluids in industrial systems. They are known for their durability, reliability, and suitability for high-pressure and high-temperature applications.

Key Features:

Material Construction:

  • Body and Bonnet: Typically made from high-quality forged steel such as A105N, LF2, or stainless steel, ensuring excellent durability and corrosion resistance.

  • Trim Options: Available in various materials to suit different applications and media, including carbon steel, stainless steel, and exotic alloys​​.

Design Specifications:

  • Size Range: Generally available in sizes from 1/4 inch to 2 inches.

  • Pressure Ratings: Ranges from Class 150 to Class 1500, accommodating a wide range of pressure requirements​​.

  • End Connections: Options include threaded, socket weld, butt weld, and flanged connections, providing flexibility in installation​​.

Bonnet Designs:

Bolted Bonnet: Offers easy maintenance and a secure seal.

  • Welded Bonnet: Provides additional strength for high-pressure applications.

  • Bonnetless Design: Available for specific models and applications​​.

Operational Features:

  • Outside Screw and Yoke (OS&Y): Ensures that the threaded part of the stem is outside the fluid flow, reducing wear and tear.

  • Rising Stem: Provides a visual indication of valve position, enhancing operational safety.

  • Plug Type Disc: Commonly used for better throttling and flow control capabilities​​.

Compliance and Certifications:

Standards: Designed and manufactured in accordance with API 602, ASME B16.34, NACE MR-0175, and NACE MR-0103 standards.

  • Testing: Each valve undergoes rigorous testing to ensure compliance with API 598 for leakage and performance​​.


  • Ideal for use in industries such as oil and gas, petrochemical, power generation, and chemical processing.

  • Suitable for handling various fluids, including steam, gas, and liquids, in high-temperature and high-pressure environments​​.

Typical Industries and Applications:

  • Oil and Gas: Used for controlling flow in pipelines and processing facilities.

  • Petrochemical: Handling of aggressive chemicals and high-temperature fluids.

  • Power Generation: Managing steam and condensate lines.

  • Chemical Processing: Control of process chemicals and fluids​​.

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