You might not know it, but you almost certainly need a rotary valve. Why? A rotary valve is used when you need to regulate the flow of a fluid through a set of pipes. That may sound mundane, but consider what you could do with it. Some of the potential applications of a rotary valve include changing an instrument's pitch, loading samples onto chromatography columns, reversing the flow of air, and controlling the exhaust port of a steam engine.
Rotary valves are also usable as an airlock, as they keep things separate and airtight. The real world uses of this are obvious: two chambers which require different pressure levels, for example. The rotary valve could also be used in this situation to extract material from the chambers. Finally, another important use of a rotary valve is that of a measuring device.
You now know that a rotary valve could make your life a great deal easier. So why buy them from us at Parmac? It's easy to see why when you consider our thirty years of experience in the industry, along with consistently highgrade products and a professional, industryveteran staff. There are many types of rotary valves and are used in many different ways through all industries and the home, likely without you even realising. Some valves are designed to transfer dry solids like graduals or powders within a pressurised or vacuumed system, while Procol rotary valves are able to operate under these conditions whilst keeping the seal. Rotary seals are suitable for a wide range of uses and Parmac can help you get the correct rotary valve for your job. Not only that, but we sell bespoke rotary valves for customers as well, even painting them for you if you require what other business can say that?
As an example of how far we go for our clients, look at this example. We at Parmac have deep connections with several clients, but our main client for rotary valves is the largest bulk haulier in the UK. We customdesign their rotary valves to be made of hard chrome and ground bore, with hard chromed ground faced end plates and stainless steel rotors. The rotary valves can be a fixed or mobile unit to suit any requirement and the valves can be hydraulically or electrically driven as required. We don't only sell rotary valves, we also offer a comprehensive breakdown and recondition service for them. Our professional onsite technicians are always available to service or repair rotary valves whenever you need them fixed.
There is no other business in the UK who are as dedicated as us in ensuring that you get the best rotary valve possible. Call us today to get the rotary valve for you!