Deep Water Well Check Valves
Deep Water Well Non-Return Valves are designed to support the weight of up to 1000 feet of pipe plus the weight of a typical deep water well pump. They are available in sizes up to 12" (consult factory for larger sizes) in Carbon Steel and 316 Stainless Steel. Carbon Steel valves are Zinc Dichromate plated for added corrosion resistance. Available elastomers include Buna N, EPDM, Viton, Silicon and Teflon. Stainless Steel valves are ceritfied to NSF 61. Valve internal components can be customized to fit your exact application requirements.
Our Full Port Deep Water Well Check Valves (Female NPT) provide more flow and lower pressure drops than conventional check valves. As a leading full port deep water well valve manufacturer, our elastomer hinge check valve design takes performance to an entirely new level by eliminating the restrictive valve seat and substantially increasing the valve’s open area and flow coefficient (Cv). They are ideal for application in water wells, compressed air, and gas systems as well as in water systems where low head loss and elimination of water hammer are desirable.
As a leading full port deep water well valve manufacturer, we maintain an extensive inventory of valves, parts, and components in a wide variety of materials so we can respond to your needs quickly. Valves are typically assembled and tested within 1 to 2 days after receipt of an order.
Features & Benefits
Our Full Port, Deep Water Well Check Valves offer some impressive advantages. Carbon Steel valves come standard plated with a Zinc Dichromate Coating for superior corrosion resistance and long life.
- Lowest Pressure Drop
- High Flow Coefficient (Cv)
- Easy to Install
- USA Content
- ARRA Compliant
- Alleviates Water Hammer
- Simple Installation
- Variety of Configurations
- Every Valve Tested
Complete Engineering Data
Engineering data, including available materials, dimensions, exploded view, part numbers and descriptions, standard models, valve Cv, pressure loss curves, and other information is available in our brochure.
TECHNO Flow Coefficients (Cv) vs. Conventional Designs