Corrosion-Resistant Fittings and Leak-Proof Valves: Exceptional Performance and Safety Guaranteed
Petrochemicals, derived from petroleum and natural gas, are essential for producing a wide range of everyday products, from plastics and electronics to transportation fuels. Key petrochemicals like acetylene, benzene and ethylene are created by breaking down hydrocarbons in high-temperature manufacturing facilities.
CPV is a leading provider of petrochemical valves and fittings that play a critical role in the petrochemical production process. Valves and fittings are engineered to withstand the high-temperatures and harsh environments of petrochemical manufacturing, enabling companies to operate safely and efficiently.
CPV is committed to quality and innovation, and products are trusted by companies around the world. You too can enjoy a wide range of custom valves to meet your specific needs, as CPV is dedicated to helping you achieve success.
Petrochemical Valves and Fittings Withstand the Toughest Challenges
Corrosion and leaks are major challenges in the petrochemical industry. CPV solutions overcome these challenges using high-quality materials in manufacturing and an engineered design for components that can withstand the harshest environments to deliver uncompromising performance.
CPV valves are certified leakproof and thoroughly tested against established standards to ensure complete reliability in every application. Valves are subjected to rigorous liquid and gas testing to create parts capable of withstanding the most extreme conditions, to give you peace of mind. CPV fittings are resistant to corrosion, offering exceptional longevity and performance.
Reduce Fugitive Emissions and Protect the Environment
Fugitive emissions are a major concern in the petrochemical industry, but customers can rely on CPV components to control and reduce emissions. Petrochemical valves and fittings are qualified to the industry’s most stringent fugitive emissions standard, helping you meet regulatory obligations and operate more safely and sustainably.
Petrochemical Industry's Top Choices: CPV Valves and Fittings
Globe valves’ elongated flow path provides a dampening effect, making them ideal for precise flow control applications such as petrochemical production. CPV O-SEAL®, Mark VIII®, and G‑Series® globe valves are known for their safety, reliability, and user-friendly design.
CPV needle valves are designed for precise flow control of water, oil, and gas (WOG) applications. The tapered button (guide tip) enables gradual flow adjustment during closure, ensuring smooth and reliable operation in even the most demanding environments.
CPV check valves are ideal for water, oil, and gas (WOG) applications where reliability and versatility are essential. These valves feature a high-quality helical spring that provides positive closure. They are also soft-seated, ensuring a bubble-tight shut-off.
Experience precision like never before with O-SEAL® fittings. They are designed to excel in the most demanding petrochemical production conditions. Their unique union O-Ring Face Seal (ORFS) design provides a bubble-tight, self-sealing connection that is resistant to over-torque and vibrations. The robust exterior plating also ensures durability and rust resistance.
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