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How does a globe valve work?

The flow through a globe valve follows a course that takes nearly two 90° changes in direction. But, because the seating of a globe valve is parallel to the line flow of the liquid, it can be used to throttle the flow to any required degree or to give positive shut-offs.

Title: How does a globe valve work?
Description: Explanation of how a globe valve works.
Published: 6/4/2008
Last Edited: 1/20/2023
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