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Butterfly Valves are used in a wide range of industries including water, wastewater treatment, food processing, HVAC, petrochemical as examples – offering a compact profile and give a bubble tight shut-off as well as having good regulating capabilities. Butterfly Valves are very useful where you have limited space and can utilise a quicker action – ¼ turn control to stop, start or regulate flow, rather than multi-turn gate valves. AAP offers Butterfly Valves with a range of body and seat options from Cast, Stainless Steel (SS), Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM), Nitrile Butadiene Rubber (NBR) or Viton® Seats. You are sure to find a material to suit your requirements.
Resilient Seat Gate Valves are Gate Valves with an elastomer lined wedge. They are especially used for waste water, drinking water supply and irrigation. Also known as RSGV or RSG Valves, Resilient Seat Gate Valves have plain valve bottoms, allowing free passage for sand and pebbles in the valve. AAP appFLO Resilient Seat Gate Valves are availble in a wide range of sizes.
Check Valves are used to ensure the flow direction in water, air and gas applications to prevent backflow in a piping system. The two most common styles of check valves are 'Spring' and 'Swing' Check Valves. Inline Spring and Swing Check Valves are used in a wide range of industries including Water, Air, Pumping as examples.
From a 10mm Inline Spring Check Valve to a 100mm InlineSwing Check Valve – AAP Industries have a range to look after your requirement’s and for the different applications.
Rubber Bellow Expansion Joints a flexible connectors fabricated from natural or synthetic elastomers and fabrics with metallic reinforcments. These connectors are designed to provide stress relief in piping systems due to thermal changes.
AAP Industries Rubber Bellows Expansion Joints are installed in piping and pumping systems to absorb movements in 3 directions:
1. Axial – The movement of elongation and compression along the center line. 2. Lateral – offset movement from the center line. 3. Angular – offset bending about the center line.