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Float Control Valve

Australian valve is the premium Float Control Valve Manufacturer & Supplier in Australia. We supply to all cities in Australia like Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, and many more. A float control valve is a type of valve used in plumbing and HVAC systems to regulate the flow of liquids, such as water or sewage, in a pipe. It works by using a float mechanism that rises and falls with the level of liquid in a tank or basin, which opens or closes the valve to maintain a constant liquid level.

The benefits of using a float control valve include accurate flow control, reliable operation, and ease of maintenance. It is commonly used in applications such as sump pumps, sewage lift stations, and water treatment facilities.

There are different types of float control valves available, including mechanical float valves, electronic float valves, and hydraulic float valves, each with their own specific advantages and disadvantages. When choosing a float control valve, it is important to consider factors such as the fluid being controlled, the operating conditions, and the desired flow rate.

A float control valve works based on the principle of buoyancy. It consists of a float that moves up or down with changes in fluid level inside a tank or vessel. The float is connected to a valve stem that opens or closes the valve to control the flow of fluid into or out of the tank. The valve opens when the fluid level rises, allowing more fluid to enter the tank, and closes when the fluid level falls, limiting the outflow of fluid. In this way, the float control valve helps maintain a constant fluid level within the tank.

Australian Valve is the trusted Float Control Valve Manufacturer & Supplier in Australia. Our products have high performance and require less maintenance cost.

Parts

  • Body
  • Float
  • Arm
  • Valve
  • Stem
  • Seat
  • Gaskets
  • Actuator
  • Inlet and Outlet Ports

Advantages

  • Ease of use and installation
  • High accuracy in maintaining a constant liquid level
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Low maintenance requirements
  • Durability and reliability

Applications & industries

  • Water treatment and distribution systems to regulate the water level in tanks and reservoirs.
  • Irrigation systems to maintain a constant water level in canals, ponds, and other water storage containers.
  • Wastewater treatment plants to regulate the flow of wastewater and control the level of water in treatment tanks.
  • Industrial processes to control the flow of liquids in pipelines and tanks, including chemical, petrochemical, and oil and gas industries.
  • Fire protection systems to maintain a constant water level in fire protection tanks and pump sumps.