Basic overview of forged steel check valve
Forged steel check valve is a valve that is used to automatically open and close the valve flap, which is used to prevent the back flow of the medium. It is also called a check valve, check valve, check valve, and back pressure valve. The check valve is an automatic valve whose main function is to prevent the reverse flow of the medium, prevent the reverse rotation of the pump and the drive motor, and release the medium of the container. Check valves can also be used on pipelines where the pressure may rise above the system pressure to provide supplemental systems. Check valve can be divided into swing check valve (rotation by gravity center) and lift check valve (move along axis).
Forged steel check valve: Check valve that rotates around the pin in the valve seat. The disc check valve has a simple structure and can only be installed on a horizontal pipe and has good sealing performance.
The passage of the forged steel check valve fluid through the lift check valve is also narrow, so the pressure drop through the lift check valve is larger than the swing check valve, and the flow of the swing check valve is limited Very little. Check valves are generally suitable for clean media and should not be used for media containing solid particles and high viscosity.