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Float Control Valve

A float control valve is a type of valve that uses a float to control the flow of fluid in a system. The float is connected to a valve mechanism that regulates the opening and closing of the valve based on the position of the float. When the fluid level rises, the float rises with it, opening the valve to allow more fluid to enter the system. When the fluid level falls, the float falls with it, closing the valve to reduce or stop the flow of fluid.

Float control valves are commonly used in applications where it is necessary to maintain a constant fluid level in a tank or reservoir. They are also used in applications where it is important to prevent overflow or overfilling of a system. Float control valves are typically made from materials that are resistant to corrosion and wear, such as stainless steel or brass.


  • Float
  • Stem
  • Valve mechanism
  • Seat
  • Body
  • Inlet and outlet ports
  • Control mechanism


  • Accurate fluid level control
  • Simple and reliable operation
  • Corrosion resistance
  • Flexibility
  • Safety


  • Water treatment
  • Chemical processing
  • Oil and gas production
  • Power generation
  • Pulp and paper production
  • Mining and minerals processing
  • Steel manufacturing
  • Petrochemicals
  • Wastewater treatment
  • Marine and offshore
  • Aerospace and defense
  • Automotive manufacturing
  • Construction and building services
  • Textiles and clothing manufacturing