Canpipe Limited

Plumbing Valves

gate valve

Gate Valve

A gate valve, also known as a sluice valve, is a valve that opens by lifting a barrier out of the path of the fluid. Gate valves require very little space along the pipe axis and hardly restrict the flow of fluid when the gate is fully opened

Swing Check Valve

A swing valve is a butterfly-style check valve in which the disc, the movable part to block the flow, swings on a hinge or trunnion, either onto the seat to block reverse flow or off the seat to allow forward flow

dole valve

Dole Valve

The Dole® Flow Regulator is self-cleaning and designed to deliver a constant volume of water flow over a wide pressure drop range. The controlling mechanism is a flexible orifice that varies its effective area inversely with applied pressure so that a constant flow rate is maintained.

Canpipe stocks multiple sizes. SS 1” and ¾” 1gpm-10gpm to 10”

check valve

Check Valve

A check valve allows flow in one direction and automatically prevents back flow (reverse flow) when fluid in the line reverses direction. They are one of the few self-automated valves that do not require assistance to open and close.

Pressure Relief Valve

Pressure Relief Valve

Pressure relief valves are designed to open at a preset pressure and discharge fluid until pressure drops to acceptable levels. When the force of the pressure acting on the valve exceeds the force of the weight acting through the lever arm, the valve opens in order to avoid any hazardous build-up of pressure.

ball valve

Ball Valve

A ball valve is a form of quarter-turn valve which uses a hollow, perforated and pivoting ball to control flow through it. It is open when the ball's hole is in line with the flow and closed when it is pivoted 90-degrees by the valve handle. Stock sizes available in ¾” to 4” PVC, SS, brass. PEX

Foot Valve

A Well Piping Foot Valve is a one way or anti-siphon valve which is installed on the pick-up end of the water pipe near the bottom of the well. The foot valve prevents water from flowing backwards out of the jet pump and well piping back into the well when the jet pump stops operating.