Class IV Shut Off
If an application requires the valve to modulate clean fluid, there are several designs that will provide both tight shut-off and control. However, when the media contains solids (i.e. slurry), there is no perfect valve. The designs typically chosen to modulate slurry will provide tight shut-off when brand new, but often leak shortly after being in service.
SlurryFlo control valves provide Class IV shut-off when new and well into their service life. The unique metal-to-metal seating surface overlaps to maintain Class IV, even after substantial wear. A Class IV shut-off isolates 99.99% of the flow.
SlurryFlo engineers use state-of-the-art design and flow-modeling software to build and test control valves in a virtual world. They create unique flow characteristics and select materials for optimal abrasion resistance. The result is a customized control valve that meets your exact application requirements.
Control Valve Automation
All SlurryFlo control valves are designed and manufactured in Canada, allowing our engineering team to adapt the top plate to suit any actuator type, brand and model. There is no limit to the level of complexity and technology we can incorporate into each valve.
SlurryFlo manufactures a full range of ANSI 600 control valves for higher pressure applications (rated to 1480 PSI working pressure). Please consult SlurryFlo if dimensional specifications are required.
NOTE: Image above is an example of a standard fabricated control valve with a pneumatic actuator.
Canadian Registration Numbers (CRN):
1. British Columbia - Exempt*
2. Alberta - OC08667.2
3. Saskatchewan - Exempt*
4. Manitoba - OC08667.24
5. Ontario - OC08667.25
6. Quebec - OC08667.26
7. New Brunswick - OC08667.27
8. PEI - OC08667.29
9. Newfoundland - OC08667.20
10. Nova Scotia - OC08667.28
11. Yukon - OC08667.2Y
12. NW Territories - OC08667.2T
13. Nunavut - OC08667.2N
SlurryFlo holds Canada wide CRN's for all control valve designs, sizes and pressure classes.