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Ball valves


A ball valve, also known as a spherical valve, is a stopcock mechanism used to regulate the flow of a piped fluid and is characterised by having a perforated ball inside as its regulating mechanism.

Plug valves


Plug valves are used for opening/closing and diversion of flows, since they can have multi-port layout. This valve type has a closing or sealing device that consists of a kind of truncated cone-shaped plug which turns around the central stem.

Butterfly valves


The butterfly valve can be used for ON/OFF service or to regulate flow. The closing mechanism has a disk shape. Operates like a ball valve, allowing fast closing with a 90º turn.

Knife gate valves


Knife gate valves have a blade inside that “cuts” the flow of the water, the liquid or the mass as it circulates. That explains why they are sometimes included in the gate valve group.

Gate valves


The gate valve, also known as a channel valve, is a valve that opens by raising a hatch or blade (round or rectangular in shape) to permit the passage of fluid.

Globe valves


The globe valve is used for regulating the flow in piping that contains a mobile disk type element and a stationary ring in a generally spherical body.

Check valves


A retention valve, also known as one-way or non-return valve, is a mechanical device that normally allows liquid or gases to flow through it in only one direction.



The filter is indispensable in a pipe system that transports the flow. Its function is to filter impurities in the flow to protect the equipment and pipes from wear and blockage.

Instrumentation valves


In JLX VALVE, we manufacture a wide range of fittings and valves for the isolation of instruments that can suit your requirements in terms of fluids, pressure or temperature.

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