Check, control valves: DFT Inc.

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For more than 50 years, DFT has solved check valve problems such as preventing water hammer and eliminating wear. The company also helps solve severe service control valve problems including high pressure drop and high temperature applications. Its Excalibur® Silent Check Valve model is a spring-assisted, center guided, in-line, check valve that provides reliable, low maintenance service for a wide range of fluids and pressure/temperature combinations. The valves are available in a wide range of sizes and pressure ratings and in a variety of metals to meet most check valve requirements.
DFT Inc.
www.dft-valves.com
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