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Flow-Tek Ball Valves, Parts & Repairs Supplied by Corrosion Fluid Products Corp.
 
Flow-Tek Ball Valves, Parts & Repairs Supplied by Corrosion Fluid Products Corp.
 




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Flow-Tek Ball Valves:  3 Piece, Flanged, Multi-Port, Threaded & More


Flow-Tek products are proven performers, with over three million valves in service world wide. Their ball valve product installations range from utility to severe applications.

The philosophy they started with still serves today, confirmed by their growth and industry-wide recognition as a progressive manufacturer of high quality ball valves and automation equipment. Flow-Tek’s dedication to the quality and durability of our product has produced a series of quality ball valve & actuator designs which customers specify with confidence.

Flow-Tek offers a broad line of ball valves with a size range of 1/4 through 24". Their valves are available in the most requested body styles, sizes, end connections and pressure classes. Specializing in 3-piece ball valves, flanged ball valves, one and two piece threaded ball valves and multi-port ball valves, they also offer non-Fire Safe and Fire Safe valves certified to API 607 4th Edition. All Flow-Tek valves offer low torque and high Cv values. A Secure Mount design and Autolink hardware ensures low-profile actuator mounting.

Flow-Tek 3 Piece Ball Valves
Flow-Tek Flanged Ball Valves
Flow-Tek Multi-Port Ball Valves
Flow-Tek Threaded Ball Valves
Flow-Tek Instrument Ball Valves
Flow-Tek V-Port Control Ball Valves
Flow-Tek Specialty Ball Valves
-(Including Tank Bottom Valves, Media Containment & Metal Seated Valves)

Flow-Tek Actuators
Flow-Tek Valve Gear Operators
Ball Valve Selection Guide / Product Overview (PDF)

Flow-Tek Ball Valve Design Features
Control Valve Glossary / Definitions

See Also: Valve Automation Packages / Automated Valve Assemblies

Availability: MI, OH, IL, IN, IA




Flow-Tek 3 Piece Ball Valves


Triad Series Ball Valves Flow-Tek Triad Series 3 Piece Ball Valves
Models FP/SP-2000/3000
3 Piece Valve Bodies
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Full Port / Standard Port
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 4"
Pressure Ratings:
- Model FP: 2200 psi WOG
- Model SP: 2200 psi WOG
- FP & SP: up to 500 psi WSP
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Triad Series Hp 3 Piece Ball Valves Flow-Tek Triad Series Hp 3 Piece Ball Valves
Model HP
High Pressure
3 Piece Ball Valves
Standard Port
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 2-1/2"
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Series 7000/8000 3 Piece Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series 7000/8000 3 Piece Ball Valves
Wide Selection of End Connections
3 Piece Valve Bodies
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Full Port
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 12"
Pressure Ratings:
- 1/4"-4": 1000 psi WOG
- 6"-12": 400 psi WOG
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Series 5000/6000 3 Piece Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series 5000/6000 3 Piece Ball Valves
Economical 3 Piece Ball Valves
3 Piece Valve Bodies
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel
Full Port
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 4"
Pressure Ratings:
- 1/4"-2": 1000 psi WOG
- 2-1/2"-4": 800 psi WOG
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Micro Pure Series 3 Piece Ball Valves Flow-Tek Micro Pure Series 3 Piece Ball Valves
Specifically Designed for Sanitary & High Purity Applications
Models S7500/S7700
3 Piece
Stainless Steel Ball Valves
Tube Bore Port: 1/2"-2"
Valve Sizes: 1/2" through 4"
Pressure Rating:
- 1/2"-4": 1000 psi WOG
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Flow-Tek Flanged Ball Valves


Series F15/F30 Flanged Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series F15/F30 Flanged Ball Valves
Fire Safe or Non Fire Safe
2 Piece Valve Bodies
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Full Port
Valve Sizes: 1/2" through 12"
Pressure Ratings:
- Model F15: ANSI Class 150
- Model F30: ANSI Class 300
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Series RF15/RF30 Flanged Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series RF15/RF30 Flanged Ball Valves
Economical Flanged Ball Valves
1 Piece Valve Bodies
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Standard Port
Valve Sizes: 1" through 12"
Pressure Rating:
- ANSI Class 150
- ANSI Class 300
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Flow-Tek Multi-Port Ball Valves


Multi-Port Ball Valves - 130 Series Flow-Tek Multi-Port Ball Valves - 130 Series
Compact Design
Models MPT130/MPC130
3-Way Stainless Steel Ball Valves
Standard Port
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 2"
Pressure Ratings:
- 1/4"-1": 1000 psi WOG
- 1-1/4"-2": 800 psi WOG
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Multi-Port Ball Valves - 230/240 Series Flow-Tek Multi-Port Ball Valves - 230/240 Series
Block Style, Bolted Ends to Body Design
Models MPT230/MPC230 3-Way Ball Valves
Models MPT240/MPC240 4-Way Ball Valves
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Full Port
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 4"
Pressure Ratings:
- 1/4"-1": 1000 psi WOG
- 1-1/4"-4": 800 psi WOG
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Multi-Port Flanged Ball Valves Flow-Tek Multi-Port Flanged Ball Valves
Block Style, Boltded Ends to Body Design
Models MPF150/MPF300
3 & 4 Way
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Full Port
Valve Sizes:
- MPF150: 1/2" through 12"
- MPF300: 1/2" through 12"
Pressure Ratings:
- MPF150: ANSI CLASS 150
- MPF300: ANSI Class 300
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Flow-Tek Threaded Ball Valves


Series S85 Threaded Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series S85 Threaded Ball Valves
2 Piece Valve Bodies
Full Port
Stainless Steel Ball Valves
Valve Sizes: 1/2" through 3"
Pressure Ratings:
- 1/2"-3": 1000 psi WOG / 150 psi WSP
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Series S80 Threaded Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series S80 Threaded Ball Valves
2 Piece Valve Bodies
Full Port
Stainless Steel Ball Valves
Valve Sizes: 3/4" through 3"
Pressure Rating:
- 3/4"-3": 1000 psi WOG / 150 psi WSP
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Series S70 & S90 Threaded Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series S70 & S90 Threaded Ball Valves
2 Piece Valve Bodies
Standard Port
Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 3"
Pressure Ratings: 150 psi WSP
- 1/4"-1": 2000 psi WOG
- 1-1/4"-2": 1500 psi WOG
- 2-1/2"-3": 1000 WOG
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Series S20 Threaded Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series S20 Threaded Ball Valves
1 Piece Valve Bodies
Standard Port
Stainless Steel Ball Valves
Valve Sizes: 1/2" through 2"
Pressure Ratings:
- 1/2"-2": 2000 psi WOG / 150 psi WSP
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Series S40 Threaded Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series S40 Threaded Ball Valves
1 Piece Valve Bodies
Reduced Port
Stainless Steel Ball Valves
Valve Sizes: 1/4" through 2"
Pressure Rating:
- 1/4"-2": 1000 psi WOG
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Flow-Tek V-Port Control Ball Valves


Flow-Tek V-Port Control Ball Valves Flow-Tek Series S85 Threaded Ball Valves
Sizes: 1/4"-12"
Pneumatic, Electro-Pneumatic & Electric Controls
Threaded, Socket Weld, Butt Weld & Flanged End Valves


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Control Valve Definitions
Glossary of Control Valve Terminology

Absolute Pressure
The total pressure measured from an absolute zero. It is the sum of gauge pressure and the prevailing atmospheric pressure. Expressed as psia 14.7 + gauge pressure (psi).

Actuator
That part of an automatic control valve which causes the valve stem to move from a signal.

Ambient Temperature
Rating Pressure, design or operations at ambient temperature.

Booster Pump
Pump used in secondary loops of systems to raise pressure for that section of the system.

Calibration
Adjustment of end points of control valve stroke/ position with respect to known signal.

Cavitation
The forming and imploding of vapor bubbles in a liquid due to decreased, then increased, pressure as the liquid flows through a restriction.

Choked Flow
The maximum flow that can occur through a valve without an increase in inlet (upstream) pressure. This occurs when critical pressure drop is achieved.

Compressible Fluids
Capable of being compressed. Gas and Vapor are compressible fluids.

Control Loop
An assembly of equipment designed to effect control of flow (the process) through a piping system. Includes the process, controller, measuring element and the control valve.

Control Valve
The control element through which the fluid passes which adjusts the amount of its opening as directed by a controller to change the flow rate of the fluid.

Controller
A device that has a variable output which causes a control valve to maintain the process within desired limits.

Critical Pressure Drop
The pressure drop across a valve at which the media is just beginning to exit flash or cavitation (liquids) or sonic port velocity (gases).

Deadband
The range through which an input signal can be varied without initiating a response.

Direct Acting
A rotary control valve which opens with an increase in instrument signal (3 psi=closed, 15 psi=full open, 4 ma=closed, 20 ma=full open).

Direction of Flow
The correct flow of the controlled fluid through the valve is usually indicated on the valve body. Most valves are bidirectional unless unidirectional as indicated.

Dynamic Pressure
The pressure of a fluid resulting from its motion. Total Pressure - Static Pressure = Dynamic Pressure (Pump head).

End Fitting
Part of the valve body that connects to the piping. Union, screwed, flared, sweat, and flanged are typical examples of end fittings.

Equal Percentage Characteristics
An inherent flow characteristic that for equal increments of valve opening will give equal percentage changes of the previous existing flow.

Flanged-End Connections
A valve that connects to a pipe by bolting a flange on the valve to a flange on the pipe. Flanged connections are typically used on large valves.

Flashing
Condition resulting when the pressure downstream of a control valve is less than the upstream vapor pressure causing part of the liquid to change to a vapor. In effect the liquid suddenly flashes to a vapor (precedes cavitation).

Flow Characteristic
Relation between flow through the valve and percent travel as the valve is opened 0 and 100%.

Flow Characteristic, Inherent
Flow characteristic when constant pressure drop is maintained across the valve.

Flow Characteristic, Installed
Flow characteristic when pressure drop across the valve varies as dictated by flow and related system conditions.

Flow Coefficient, Cv
The number in U.S. gallons of water per minute at 60°F, that will flow through a given valve with pressure drop of 1 psi (also called capacity index).

Flow Rate
The amount of fluid passing a given point per unit of time. Units are gallons per minute (gpm) for water and pounds per hour for steam.

Full Port
Maximum flow capacity possible for particular end fitting size, or valve seat diameter.

Gain
Measure of change in output expressed as a ratio to change in input for a control device. (Normally refers to positioners).

Gauge
Pressure Pounds per square inch (psi) as read on a gauge.

GPM
Gallons per minute.

Hunting
An undesirable oscillation in valve position, persisting after external stimuli are removed.

Hysteresis
The maximum difference in output valve for any single input valve during a calibration cycle, excluding errors due to deadband.

Incompressible
Description of liquids, because their change in volume due to pressure is negligible.

I/P Transducer
A device which takes a signal measured in current and changes it into a signal measured pressure (converts 4-20 ma to 3-15 psi).

Laminar Flow
Also known as viscous or streamlined flow. A nonturbulent flow regime in which the stream filaments glide along the pipe axially with essentially no transverse mixing.

Linear Characteristic
An inherent flow characteristic that can be represented by a straight line on a plot of flow versus percent opening. Equal increments of travel yield equal increments of flow at a constant pressure drop.

Maximum Pressure and Temperature
The maximum pressure and temperature limitations of fluid flow that a valve can withstand. These ratings may be due to valve packing, body, disc material, or actuator limitations. The actual valve body ratings are exclusively for the valve body and the maximum pressure and temperature ratings are for the complete valve (body and trim).

Mixing Valve
Three way valve having two inlets and one outlet. The proportion of the fluid entering each of the two outlets can be varied by moving the valve stem. Not suitable for diverting applications.

Normally Closed (N.C.)
Condition of the valve upon a loss of power or control signal to the actuator. A valve which closes when the signal is removed.

Normally Open (N.O.)
Condition of the valve upon a loss of power or control signal to the actuator. A valve which opens when the signal is removed.

Packing Material
Used to seal the valve stem so that the controlled medium will not leak.
Port
Flow controlling opening between the seat and ball when the valve is wide open.

Positioner
Device which receives a signal from a controller and forces the actuator to the desired valve position.

Pressure Drop (ΔP)
The difference in pressure between inlet and outlet of the control valve.

PSI
Unit of measure. Pounds per square inch. PSIA - Pounds per square inch absolute.

PSIG
Pounds per square inch gauge.

Quick Opening
An inherent flow characteristic yielding maximum flow in minimum opening.

Range
The maximum difference in input signal valves.

Rangeability
The ratio of the maximum controllable flow to the minimum controllable flow. For instance, a valve with a rangeability of 50 to 1 having a total flow capacity of 100 gal/min, fully open, will control flow accurately down as low as 2 gal/min. The valve may or may not have tight shut-off.

Recovery Coefficient
A value used to measure the valve‘s ability to recover pressure before the fluid exits the valve. Ball and butterfly valves exhibit recovery coefficients of approximately 0.3 when fully open, and are considered to be high recovery valves.

Reduced Port
Smaller flow capacity than connecting pipe.

Reducer
A pipe fitting that is used to couple a pipe of one size to a pipe of a different size.

Repeatability
The closeness of agreement among a number of consecutive measurements of the output for the same value of the input under the same operating conditions, approaching from the same direction, for all range traverses. (not including Hysteresis).

Reverse Acting
A rotary control valve which opens with a decrease in instrument signal (15 psi=closed, 3 psi=full open, 20 ma=closed, 4 ma=full open).

Reynold’s Number
It is proportional to the ratio of dynamic forces to viscous forces: the product of diameter, velocity, and density divided by absolute viscosity.

Saturated Steam
The maximum amount of vapor that can exist at specific temperature and pressure.

Screwed-End Connection
A valve with threaded pipe connection. Valve threads are usually female, but male connections are available for special applications.

Seat
The stationary portion of the valve which when in contact with the movable portion (valve disc, stem, etc.) stops flow completely.

Sensitivity
The ratio of the change in output magnitude to the change of the input which causes it after the steady-state has been reached.

Set Point
The desired value of the measured variable. Basic reference point against which a control application is regulated.

Signal Instrument
The output from an automatic controller that is used to operate a control valve. Can be pneumatic or electric.

Span
Used interchangeably with "range".

Specific Gravity
For liquids, the ratio of the density of the liquid to the density of water at 60°F. For gases, the ratio of the density of the gas to the density of air at 60°F.

Split Range
Ability to use two positioners to control process as in 3-9 psi and 9-15 psi rather than 3-15 psi for full travel of valve.This is done when the process requirements exceed the rangeabilityof a single valve.

Static Pressure
Pressure inside that will tolerate before leaking. Pressure varies with temperature.

Superheated Steam
Steam at a temperature higher than saturation temperature at the given pressure.

System Pressure Drop (Δ)
The difference in pressure between supply and return mains in a system.

Total Pressure
The sum of the Static Pressure and the Dynamic Pressure.

Three-Way Valve
Valve with three connections, one of which is a common and two flow paths.

Tight Shut-off
A valve having tight shut-off that will have virtually no flow or leakage in its closed position.

Trim
All parts of the valve which are in contact with the flowing media but are not part of the valve shell.

Turbulent Flow
A flow regime characterized by random motion of the fluid particles in the transverse direction as well as motion in the axial direction. This occurs at high Reynolds numbers and is the type of flow most common in industrial fluid systems.

Two Way Valve
Valve with single flow path-one inlet and one outlet.

Vapor Pressure
The pressure at which a liquid changes to a gas.

Valve
A control device which will vary the rate of flow of medium.

Valve Body
The portion of the valve through which the controlled medium flows.

Valve Disc
A movable part of the valve which makes contact with the valve seat when the valve is closed.

Valve Flow Characteristic
The relationship between the stem travel, expressed in percent of travel, and the flow of the fluid through the valve, expressed in percent of full flow.

Valve Pressure Drop
Portion of the system pressure drop which appears across the valve. For valve sizing this drop is across a fully open valve.

Velocity
Speed with which media passes through pipe measured in feet/sec.

Vena Contracta
The location in the flow stream with maximum velocity, minimum area, and minimum pressure. Normally directly downstream of the control valve.

Viscosity
Measure of the thickness and flow characteristic of a liquid as compared to water.

WOG
Designation for Water, Oil and Gas at maximum cold working pressure (CWP).
 
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