Application of Pinch Valves

Due to its simple mechanism and 100% tight shut-off characteristics of pinch valves, it finds its applications in diverse sectors of industries.

  • Waste water
  • Cement
  • Lime slurry
  • Chemical industry
  • Food processing
  • Beverages
  • Glass industry
  • Plastic industry
  • Ceramic industry
  • Granulate handling
  • Pigments
  • Petroleum
  • Mining
  • Metal
  • Paper and pulp

Pinch Valves Uses

Pinch valves are used in medical devices and equipment, such as blood analyzers, dialysis machines, and IV sets, due to their ability to control and regulate fluid flow accurately and hygienically. They are employed in pharmaceutical manufacturing processes to control the flow of liquids or powders, ensuring precise measurements and preventing contamination. Pinch valves are used in water and wastewater treatment plants to regulate the flow of fluids containing solids, sludge, or abrasive materials, as their design prevents clogging and allows for easy maintenance. In industries dealing with abrasive slurries or corrosive materials like mining, pinch valves are preferred for their ability to handle such harsh substances without damage. Pinch valves are employed in chemical plants to control the flow of various chemicals, acids, and corrosive liquids due to their resistance to corrosion and ability to handle aggressive substances. These valves are used for controlling the flow of food products, beverages, and even in bottling plants, ensuring sanitary conditions and preventing cross-contamination. Pinch valves are utilized in paper mills and pulp processing for regulating the flow of slurries and chemicals used in the paper-making process.