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Pipe Thread Connection Metal Gate Valves

Pipe Thread Connection Metal Gate Valves

Commonly used in low-pressure pipe systems, thread these gate valves onto your threaded pipe. Gate valves are also known as knife valves or slide valves, and gradually turn flow on and off to avoid pipe damage from rapid pressure changes.

General Purpose

Intended for steam, water, and compressed air, these valves can be used fully open or closed.

Bronze Body — Rising Stem

Threaded Bonnet — Class 125

Threaded Bonnet — Class 150

Union Bonnet — Class 200

Threaded Bonnet — Class 300

Union Bonnet — Class 300

Bronze Body — Quick Opening Stem

Threaded Bonnet — Class 150

Bronze Body — Non-Rising Stem

Threaded Bonnet — Class 125

Threaded Bonnet — Class 150

Union Bonnet — Class 200

Threaded Bonnet — Class 300

Union Bonnet — Class 300

Heavy Duty

Use these heavy duty valves in high temperature and pressure environments. They feature a bolted bonnet, providing a more secure, tighter joint connection than threaded bonnets.

Stainless Steel Body — Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 800

Forged Steel Body — Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 800

Corrosion Resistant

For use in chemical and refinery operations, these valves have a corrosion-resistant stainless steel body, stem, body, and wedge. They feature non-rising stems for use in tight spaces, and have aluminum handwheels.

Stainless Steel Body — Non-Rising Stem

Threaded Bonnet — Class 200

Main Shut-Off Space Saver

These gate valves have a non-rising stem to fit in areas that lack vertical space. Use in compressed air or water applications.

Brass Body — Non-Rising Stem

Screw-In Bonnet — Class 125

Bronze Body — Non-Rising Stem

Screw-In Bonnet