For more than 50 years, Engineered Valves has been manufacturing valves designed specifically for pulp mill application. We know that processes for producing pulp stock almost always varies from machine to machine and mill to mill. And those different processes for producing pulp stock creates a wide variety of valve needs and problems inherent to the process. We’ve built a reputation on being a cutting edge supplier of valves capable of handling thick hot slurries that have a tendency to pack and de-water in any available crevice or crack. Our experience with these applications shows in our line of problem-solving valves for pulp mill service.
Fabri-Valve C37R/S Knife Gate Valve
Applications: stock lines, equipment and pump isolation, and filtrate
The Fabri-Valve C37 is the workhorse of the pulp mill. This valve meets or exceeds the MSS and TAPPI standards for knife gate valves. Plus, the open seat area on the C37 allows for use in higher consistency stock where other manufacturer’s knife gate valves fall short.
Applications: blow tank outlet, knotters, high density storage, and tower isolation.
Offering assured shut-off and throttling in abrasive and/or high solids slurry service, the F39 is designed specifically to provide dependable operation even in a static column of solids.
Fabri-Valve C67 Bi-directional Knife Gate Valve
Applications: Stock lines, high density stock, black liquor, filtrate, pump and equipment isolation
The C67 unique, patented perimeter seal provides bi-directional shutoff to reduce seal compression, eliminate leakage, seat pullout, galling and chest clogging common in unidirectional metal seated knife gate valves.
Fabri-Valve C42 Reject Valve
Applications: Knotters, rejects, and screens
The C42 offers long wearing, hardened materials on the critical seat and gate surfaces for extended performance on reject dumping applications. Built to withstand wire, nails, fencing, and other difficult solids.
Fabri-Valve C132 Transmitter Isolation Valve
Applications: tank transmitter isolation.
The C132 is designed specifically to isolate an instrument transmitter from the tank so that it may be maintained or replaced without interrupting the process or draining the vessel.