CGIS Datasheets for Industrial Valves

Valves are mechanical devices that control the flow and pressure of liquids, gases, and slurries within a system. They are also known as regulators and are used in a wide variety of applications. Valves vary greatly in size, design, function, and operation.
Industrial Valves: Learn more

Product Name Notes
Zero Leakage Valves A vast majority of valve designs are only manufactured and tested to standards with an “allowable leakage rate”. We don’t think that’s good enough. CGIS’ Isolation Valves – providing Absolute...
Triple Offset Butterfly Valves Also known as a triple-eccentric design, there are three key offsets involved in creating this feat of engineering. First, the disc is placed forward from the access of stem rotation.
Severe Service Valves At CGIS we have a different perspective on valves as we know there is more to valve selection – it is a combination of utilizing a high-quality valve and understanding...
Ball Valves Ball Valves can be found in common household applications to the harshest of cryogenic environments. They typically involve a quarter turn valve which uses a pivoting ball to control the...
Knife Gate Valves Does your Knife Gate Valve resemble an artifact from the 1900’s, and perform roughly the same? Well, this could be because many Knife Gate Valves haven’t improved their design over...
Butterfly Valves Instead of using a large ball as the closing mechanism, a Butterfly Valve can use a disk which enables quick shutoff and drastically reduces the overall footprint of the valve.
Isolation Valves No one appreciates a leaky faucet in their kitchen sink, so why is the concept of an allowable leakage rate common within industrial processes, when the consequences are much more...
Control Valves Typically made up of an actuator, positioner, and body, Control Valves can manage flow, pressure, temperature, and level at the push of a button. Whether the media you are processing...
Check Valves What adds up to make the perfect Check Valve? Cracking at low pressure, remaining completely open during low flows, and lightning fast closing capabilities are all part of the equation.