Check Valves

A Check Valve, also referred to as a non-return valve or one-way valve, is a mechanical device specifically engineered to permit the flow of fluid (liquid or gas) in a single direction while preventing any reverse or backflow. These valves play a critical role in piping systems by ensuring the unidirectional flow of fluids, thereby averting potential damage or inefficiencies resulting from backflow.

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Discover our meticulously crafted ASTM A105N Y type check valve, engineered from forged carbon steel to ensure durability and reliability. With adherence to API 602 and ASME 16.34 standards, this valve guarantees optimal performance. Featuring a 3/4-inch size (DN20), Class 800 LB (PN150) rating, and 13cr metal seat, it's designed to withstand high pressures and harsh conditions. The NPT end connection ensures easy installation and secure sealing for your piping systems.


Crafted from high-quality forged stainless steel, ASTM A182 F304, in strict accordance with API 602 standards, our swing check valve offers reliable performance. With a compact 1-inch size and a robust pressure rating of Class 800 LB, it ensures efficient flow control and durability, featuring convenient NPT ends for easy installation in various industrial applications.


Explore our lift check valve crafted from GS-C25 material, compliant with EN 13709 standards, boasting a size of 4 inches and a pressure rating of Class 150 LB. With RF ends and a durable metal seat, it ensures reliable performance and efficient flow regulation in various industrial applications.


Crafted from high-quality forged steel ASTM A105N and designed to meet API 602 standards, our swing check valve offers reliable performance in demanding applications. With a compact 1-inch size and a robust Class 800 LB rating, it ensures efficient flow control and system integrity. Featuring NPT end connections, this valve is easy to install and provides a secure fit in various piping systems.


Our high-pressure check valve, manufactured in China, adheres to API 602 standards and is constructed from ASTM A105N material. With a compact 1-inch size (DN25), it boasts a robust Class 1500 LB rating (PN250) and features a pressure seal bonnet for enhanced safety and integrity. The integral flange design and RF ends ensure seamless integration into various piping systems, making it an ideal choice for demanding industrial environments.


Introducing our Quality Lift Check Valve, manufactured with DIN 1.0619 or GS-C25 materials to comply with DIN EN 13709 standards. Available in sizes DN32 or 1-1/4 inches, it offers a pressure rating of PN40 or Class 300 LB, ensuring reliable performance in various applications. Trust in our Lift Check Valve for efficient flow control and dependable operation in your systems.


Introducing our ASTM A352 LCC Swing Check Valve Factory, constructed from durable carbon steel in compliance with DIN 3356 standards. With a size of 16 inches (DN400) and a pressure rating of PN63 (Class 400 LB), this valve ensures robust performance in demanding environments. Featuring a bolted bonnet, integral seat, and Stellite face, it offers reliable sealing and durability. Trust in our Swing Check Valve Factory for dependable flow control in your systems.


Explore our silent check valves sourced from leading suppliers. These valves adhere to BS 1868 standards and are constructed with ASTM B148 C95800 materials for durability and corrosion resistance. With a size of 8 inches (DN200) and a pressure rating of Class 300 LB (PN50), they ensure reliable performance in demanding applications. Designed with axial flow and non-slam operation, they minimize pressure loss while offering efficient fluid control. RF ends provide secure connections for seamless integration into your piping system.


Discover our non-slam check valves, designed for axial flow applications. Built to BS 1868 standards, these valves feature ASTM A352 LCC construction, offering durability and reliability. With a size of 6 inches and a rating of Class 300 LB, they ensure efficient operation with low pressure loss. Equipped with STL metal seats and RF ends, they provide secure sealing and easy installation.


Explore our titanium swing check valves, crafted from TA2 titanium alloy for exceptional corrosion resistance. These valves, meeting API 6D standards, offer reliability in industrial applications. Sized at 2 inches and rated for 150 LB class, they ensure tight shut-off and enduring performance with a bolted bonnet design, integral seat, stellite face, and RF ends.

Key Components of Check Valve

The major components of a check valve include:
Body: The external shell housing the internal components of the check valve. Engineered to endure pressure and serve as a connection point within the piping system.
Disk (or Flap, Ball, or Piston): The movable element that either permits or obstructs the flow of fluid. Positioned to seal the valve during reverse flow, preventing fluid from moving in the opposite direction.
Seat: The fixed surface against which the disk forms a seal, establishing a barrier to fluid flow in the reverse direction.
Spring (if applicable): In certain check valves, a spring may be included to aid in promptly and effectively closing the valve when reverse flow is detected.
Hinge Pin (if applicable): In swing check valves, the disk is connected to the body via a hinge pin, enabling it to swing open or closed based on the flow direction.

Types of Check Valves

There are several types of check valves, each designed to suit specific applications and operational requirements. The main types of check valves include:
Swing Check Valve: This check valve utilizes a hinged disk that swings open during forward flow, enabling fluid passage. When the flow reverses, the disk swings closed, preventing backflow.
Lift Check Valve: This check valve features a disk that lifts away from the seat during forward flow and descends back into place under the influence of gravity when flow reverses.
Ball Check Valve: This check valve employs a ball as the movable component. The ball lifts off the seat during forward flow and resettles to prevent reverse flow.
Tilting Disc Check Valve: This check valve incorporates a disc that tilts to permit forward flow and returns to a horizontal position to impede backflow.
Diaphragm Check Valve: This check valve operates using a flexible diaphragm that flexes to allow forward flow and reverts to its original position to obstruct reverse flow.

Why Choosing Check Valves?

Check valves offer several advantages in various industrial applications due to their design and functionality. Here are some key advantages of check valves:
1. Prevention of Backflow: Check valves serve their primary function by preventing the reverse flow of fluid, ensuring unidirectional flow to protect equipment and maintain system integrity.
2. Automatic Operation: Operating automatically without external control, check valves respond to changes in flow direction, facilitating seamless and continuous operation without the need for manual intervention.
3. Reduced Water Hammer: Check valves play a role in minimizing water hammer, the sudden pressure increase resulting from the abrupt stoppage of fluid flow. The valve's quick closure helps prevent potential damage to pipes and equipment.
4. Energy Efficiency: By preventing backflow, check valves promote energy efficiency in pumping systems. They ensure a continuous and unidirectional flow, reducing the demand for additional pumping power to overcome backflow resistance.
5. Space Efficiency: Compact in design, check valves are well-suited for applications with space constraints. Their small size allows for easy integration into existing piping systems.

Applications of Check Valves

Check valves find diverse applications across various industries due to their ability to prevent backflow and maintain the unidirectional flow of fluids. Here are common applications of check valves:
Water and Wastewater Systems: Prevent backflow in water distribution systems, safeguarding water quality, and controlling wastewater flow in sewage systems.
Oil and Gas Industry: Installed in pipelines to prevent reverse fluid flow during oil, natural gas, and fluid processing in extraction, transportation, and refining operations.
Chemical Processing Plants: Used to control chemical flow, ensuring unidirectional movement to prevent cross-contamination and maintain process integrity in chemical processing plants.
HVAC Systems: Regulate refrigerant flow in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, preventing backflow and ensuring the efficient operation of the HVAC system.
Fire Protection Systems: Integrated into fire sprinkler systems and hydrants to prevent water or fire extinguishing agent backflow, ensuring the readiness and reliability of firefighting equipment.