As an established manufacturer and supplier of Non-Slam Check Valves, Europa Valve provides a global distribution of check valves and valve accessories. So no matter where in the world your project is located or no matter what the turnaround time, Europa Valve can provide rapid response and delivery of check valves to customer specification.
We regularly manufacture and supply check valves to projects in:
- Saudi Arabia
- Trinidad and Tobago
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
See more details in our Client List.
Check Valve Manufacturers
Europa Valve sit amongst other UK based check valve manufacturers and are a global supplier of high integrity non slam check valves. We also supply a range of other types of check valves and have the skills and expertise to delivery high quality valve products, produced to customer specifications.
The Non Slam Check Valve can also be referred to under many guises, see some of these listed below, but they are actually all the same product that we at Europa Valve, design, manufacture and deliver worldwide.
- Non Slam Check Valve
- Axial Check Valve
- Axial Flow Check Valve
- In Line Piston Check Valve
- Nozzle Check Valve
- Venturi Check Valve
So if you are searching for a professional UK based valve manufacturer, we have a proven track record in supplying check valves so please contact us today and let us discuss your requirements.
We can design, manufacture and supply check valves to Europe, the UK and further afield.
There are many check valve manufacturers available. The list below provides the names of check valve companies that you can compare.
- Mokveld check valve
- Mannesmann demag check valve
- Entech check valve
- Noreva check valve
- Demag check valve
- Crown Europa check valve
- Steam-flo check valves
- Crane Co check valves
- Cameron check valve
- Drv check valve
- DFT valves
- AVK UK check valves
- Europa check valve
- Goodwin check valve
- Aquaflow valves
- Stratoflo check valves
- Canterbury Engineering
An extensive list of valve companies based in the US can be found courtesy of the Valve Manufacturers Association of America website. This list categorises valve companies into Manufacturer member, Supplier member, Distributor/Channel Partner member and Valve Repair Council member. The list can be viewed on this external link. Please note that Europa Valve are not associated with this organisation and provide this link as an information-only resource.
Check valves are used in many fluid systems such as those in oil and gas industry, and in many other industrial processes.
Check valves are also often used when multiple gases are mixed into one gas stream. A check valve is installed on each of the individual gas streams to prevent mixing of the gases in the original source. For example, if a fuel and an oxidizer are to be mixed, then check valves will normally be used on both the fuel and oxidizer sources to ensure that the original gas cylinders remain pure and therefore nonflammable.
Many types of valves, check valves and other valve variants exist.
- Backwater valve
- Ball check valve
- Diaphragm check valve
- Swing check valve
- Tilting disc check valve
- Stop-check valve
- Lift-check valve
- Duckbill valve
- Non slam check valve
- Nozzle check valve
- Axial check valve
- Piston check valve
- Petroleum check valves
- Silent check valve
There are a number of benefits and advantages to using non slam check valves:
- protect pumps and compressor equipment from damage caused by backflow / reverse flow
- reduce down time and loss of production due to failure of unsuitable valves
- low pressure drop increases energy savings
- check valves are very effective in preventing water hammer
- eliminate chatter and reduce the possibility of sudden valve failure
- lower maintenance costs; fewer moving parts
- smaller footprint than conventional check valves
- flexibility to cope with variable flow conditions
- interchangeability with most conventional swing check valves without expensive piping modification
A check valve is a mechanical device. It’s type of valve, which normally allows fluid (liquid or gas) to flow through it in only one direction. To prevent the liquid or gas from flowing in the opposite direction (backflow) the check valve closes automatically to prevent this.
Check valves are used in a wide variety of industries;
- other process industries
The cracking pressure of a check valve is an important concept. This refers to the minimum upstream pressure at which the check valve will operate. During the process of check valve design and check valve manufacture, the valve will given a specific cracking pressure.
A Check Valve can also be known as: clack valve, non-return valve or one-way valve.