Plug Valve vs. Ball Valve (1)

Plug Valve vs. Ball Valve

We all know very well that valves are used for controlling the flow of liquids and gases in different types of situations. For example, in our homes, valves that are used in gas applications are the plug valves. They are also used in toilet…
Ball Valves vs. Butterfly Valves

Ball Valves vs. Butterfly Valves

Although ball valves and butterfly valves come with many differences, they have some similarities also. Both these valves are easy to open and are quite popular. They are quarter-turn valves with simple designs and low cost. Due to these…

Gate Valves VS Globe Valves – Advantages and Differences

Gate valves and Globe valves are the most abundant valves in industries and factories. Both the valves are designed to keep the flow streamline and safe. It was considered that both the gate and globe valves are the same, but it's not true. Besides…
Types-of-valves

Valve Types with Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Valves are essential for the regulation of fluid flow and to open and close the fluid flow path. Various valves are used in different applications, and they all have their pros and cons. A few valves have been discussed in this article, along…
Types of Flow Control Valves

Types of Flow Control Valves

As the name depicts, flow control valves are the valves that control the flow of the liquid. These valves may be of simple design, whereas some are complicated closed-loop electro-hydraulic valves. The good thing about these electro-hydraulic…
Gate Valves VS Ball Valves

Gate Valves VS Ball Valves

A valve is an object that regulates, directs and control the flow of fluids or gases from a pipe by opening, closing or partially opening the pipe or passage of the gas or liquids. Many valves have been used in industries, households and many…
Butterfly Valve vs. Globe Valve

Butterfly Valve vs Globe Valve

Butterfly valve and globe valve have a common similarity which is to control the flow in the pipeline. Globe valve has a disk that moves in a straight line along the seal's central line to open and close the valve. There is a stem axis of…