Regulation and control valves
The control or regulation valves allow to manipulate one of the most common variables in the chemical industry, the flow. They consist of two basic components: a body that is responsible for regulating the passage of fluid by modifying the area of passage and an actuator that produces the necessary force to cause a change in the opening of the valve by moving internal elements of the body. Normally they depend on the signal from independent devices such as thermostats or thermometers. They are usually coupled with actuators to obtain an efficient and automated control of the circuit.