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Actuators

A component in any machine that enables movement. As a part of a device or machine that helps it to achieve physical movements by converting energy, often electrical, air, or hydraulic, into mechanical force.
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Commercial & Industrial Valves

​​Full Range KITZ Valve Products: Ball Valves, Butterfly Valves, Gate Valves, Globe Valves, Y-Strainer, and Check Valves in various materials: Brass/Bronze, Cast Iron, Ductile Iron, Cast/Carbon Steel, Aluminum, and Stainless Steel.

Hygienic Diaphragm & Tank Valves

​​Tank bottom diaphragm valves are sterile vessel outlet valves. They are designed for use at the bottom vessels to enable draining of process fluids while minimizing dead legs to prevent waste entrapment and contamination from bacteria or microorganisms.
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FULL WELDED BALL VALVE

Oil & Gas Valves

​​Valves are a vital part of any piping system, which means that they play a key role in the oil and gas industry. They can be used to control flow rates, to isolate and protect equipment, and guide and direct the refining process of crude oil.

Safety relief & Pressure reducing

They are designed to let off pressure in any situation where a system becomes overpressurized. The pressure is relieved by allowing the pressurized fluid to flow from an auxiliary passage out of the system.
Pressure Reducing Valve
Hygenic & Sanitary Valves

Sanitary Valves

A type of valve that meets the health standards (medical standards or food standards). It’s mainly used in sanitary areas of food processing, pharmaceutical factories and hospitals that tolerate no physical and chemical hazards.

Steam trap

Self contained valve which automatically drains the condensate from a steam containing enclosure while remaining tight to live steam, or if necessary, allowing steam to flow at a controlled or adjusted rate.
Steam Trap
Sight Glass SQ Type

Sight Glass

To allow plant managers and engineers to look inside of their systems without disrupting the environment within. They are critical to operations such as steam pipelines, chemical processing, pharmaceutical processing, and food processing.