Some of the best valves on the market for both sanitary and industrial applications. We have valves for any application in the pharmaceutical, food and chemical industries.

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On this page, we have a wide selection of approved valves in plastic, stainless steel and other materials. You can choose from, among other things, ball valves, non-return valves, butterfly valves and many more. Find valves on this page and get ready for more tasks.

We have valves for several purposes

A valve can open, close and regulate the flow of various liquids and gases. There are a multitude of different types of valves, and you and your customers can use them for several purposes. At Alflow, you can explore the many products and thus find exactly the valves an installation needs. A solid butterfly valve can, for example, help close or open the flow of liquids by turning the handle. A butterfly valve is suitable for use in water supply, waste water treatment and gas supply. It is built in a small construction, which means that it does not take up much space. You can operate the many valves with a handle, gear or actuator

See our many valves

At Alflow we have a nice selection of valves for several industries. In our range, you can experience, among other things:

  • Modulating valves
  • Seat valves
  • Safety valves
  • Ball valves

The many valve types each have their own purpose. Therefore, it is important that you choose the right type of valve for the work task. Do your customers, for example, work with water, oil and compressed air? Then check valves, also called safety valves, can be a good choice. It is a one-way valve, which means that the flow can only go one way. In this way, for example, water and oil do not get mixed together. If, on the other hand, you need to block a specific liquid or gas, our smart ball valves can be the right choice. Here you can shut off most liquids and gas under vacuum and pressure. This means that even if you work with chemically demanding gases in vacuum or water, a good ball valve can make the work more efficient. In other words, at Alflow you can find valves for several needs. Whether you work with plumbing, in the food industry or with chemical liquids and gases, we have a valve for several purposes on this site.

Buy valves for regulation from Alflow

When you shop at Alflow, we want you to find what you need. Therefore, our valves can be delivered with various certificates, and these can be, among other things:

  • FDA
  • USP Class VI

Our valves are produced in durable and approved materials, so you can get the most out of the installation. If you are in doubt about the various certificates or which valve you should choose, you are very welcome to contact us. Our specialists are ready to advise, so that you order the right valve. At Alflow, we have over 20 years of experience with flow, components, applications and processes within the pharmaceutical industry, the food industry and the chemical industry. Alflow is a recognized and professional supplier of the highest quality products from leading brands. Buy your valves from Alflow and get the optimal result from a professional situation.

What are sanitary valves?

A sanitary valve has a design and material consumption that meets given standards and accepted practices within the food industry. They are typically manufactured in 316L or 304 stainless steel as well as NBR, EPDM, FPM, VQM and PTFE.

What types of valves are there?

There are many different types of sanitary valves available for the sanitary industry – including seat valves, mixproof valves, control valves, butterfly valves, ball valves, check valves, diaphragm valves, etc. The valves can be either manual or automatic.

How are valves controlled?

A valve can be self-acting, manually operated or automated.

How to find the right valve?

In order to ensure a correct valve selection, it is important to take all necessary process and site data as well as customer preferences – such as capacity, pressure, temperature, viscosity, abrasives, solids, etc. – into consideration, as these affect the choice of valve type and sealing arrangement as well as the choice of elastomers and surface finish.

What is a valve manifold?

A sanitary process typically includes a large number of valves which often installed close together to reduce the space required and installation costs. Therefore, the valves are assembled into valve manifolds (clusters) where they are welded together or joined together with unions, and they are typically all mounted on a stainless-steel frame for easy handling, shipping and installation on site.