Tungsten Carbide Valve Sleeves and Bushings for Flow Control
In logistics transport pipelines, valve seals are susceptible to wear caused by sliding friction from other components, which can exacerbate valve failure. As a result, wear resistance has become an important performance indicator for valves in harsh conditions such as powder transport. spp Carbide has been working in the fluid transport field for 30 years and we are committed to solving the long-term stable production needs of fluid control systems such as coal chemical slurry and oil & gas. Monolithic sintered tungsten carbide carbide is used for sealing parts and is more suitable for hard sealing valve balls for flaps and seats, spools and sleeves, stems and pins, etc.
SPP carbide specialises in the production of wear resistant valve seals for use in harsh operating conditions, thus providing valve life and range. The main applications and types of valves include regulating valves, blackwater valves, slag locking valves, pressure reducing and noise reducing valves etc. The performance indicators of the valves are guaranteed to meet the needs of fluid control.
Typical examples of tungsten carbide flow control elements:
Labyrinth bushings, valve bushings
Ball cages, valve cages, etc.
Valve balls and seats
Valve sprue, valve flap, valve plate, etc.
Nozzles and vortex chambers
Centrifugal pump components
Throttle valve assemblies and valve cages
Control valve components
Gate valve components
Mechanical seal components
SPP Carbide is committed to solving high performance research and development for wear resistant parts, we support not only tungsten carbide, cemented carbide but also technical ceramics, sapphire and other crystalline materials to achieve better wear resistance and hardness performance.