Z+P valves are produced and used successfully since 1976 in all over the world.
Our production started with control valves which is very specific type of valves.
After gaining extensive experience, our spectrum of products was extended to cover all types of valves.
You will find here brief and general information about our range of valves.
Please specify your valve need so that we can serve you better.
Fields of application
Our valves find application in following sectors:
- environment protection
- power plants
- chemical plants
- petrochemical plants
- mining industry
- iron and steel works
- water resources technology
- and many others where a reliable valve is needed.
Type of valves
The product spectrum of Z+P valves includes following types of valves;
- special design
- valve stations that combine different type of valves
The valves are for almost all media, like:
- water including sea water
- fuels and oils- air, natural and other industrial gases
- liquid chemicals
Since every valve in industrial applications must be carefully selected and designed, please state in your inquiry as much information as possible about the working conditions. This will help our experts to see your specific need better and offer best possible valve.
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