Shutoff Valves:

High-Performance Solutions for Demanding Applications

CPV shutoff valves are designed to meet the most demanding requirements of high-pressure applications. Engineered with a soft-seated, bubble-tight performance and built for enduring high-pressure environments, these valves are your trusted solution for precision control.

Whether you need a shutoff valve for oil and gas, chemical processing, or another demanding industry, CPV has the right valve for the project. Trust in experts to provide you with unmatched longevity and performance.

Shutoff Valves
Features and Benefits:

  • Water, oil, and gas (WOG) compatible offer versatility, reliability and safety in a wider range of applications.
  • Superior leak-tight performance, surpassing metal-seated valves, even for elusive gases like hydrogen and helium. This ensures the security and efficiency of your system.
  • Choose from a wide range of seat, stem and bonnet seal elastomer options to meet your specific requirements.
  • Interchangeable cartridge design allows for easy component replacement which streamlines in-service maintenance and minimizes downtime.


Pressure Rating From vacuum up to 6000 PSIG (414 BAR);
Select products up to 7500 PSIG (517 BAR)
Temperature Rating -70°F to 400°F (-56°C to 205°C)
Line Size Options -1/8” through 3.00” Pipe Sizes; 1/4” through 3.50” Tube Sizes

Configure Product and Download Datasheets

Please use the guide below to find valves with specifications to meet the demands of your specific application. Begin by selecting a valve type and the selection tool will help you identify the part number of the product. From there you can view the data sheet or request a quote for the product you need. As a leading valve manufacturer and supplier, CPV has check, shutoff, and needle valves for sale.


Why are shutoff valves considered crucial to a project?

Shutoff valves are essential components in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. They prevent the flow of fluids and gases in pipelines, and to isolate sections of piping for maintenance or repair.

What are some of the most common types of shutoff valves?

  • Gate Valves:

    Also known as isolation valves, they are cost-effective and widely used in process industries due to their simple design. They control fluid flow by raising or lowering an internal gate but are not suitable for throttling.

  • Ball Valves:

    Use a ball to regulate fluid flow, making them versatile for on/off and flow control tasks in industrial settings. They handle high pressures and temperatures, offer quick response times, and minimal pressure drop but are not for continuous throttling.

  • Butterfly Valves:

    Popular in the oil, gas, and automation industries, provide accurate and efficient liquid and gas regulation with their quarter-turn operation. They are easy to install, low-maintenance, and common in industrial applications.

  • Globe Valves:

    Ideal for frequent operation and flow throttling, with an elongated flow path providing dampening. They are easy to service and favored in chemical, fuel oil, and industrial gas applications for their reliability and ease of operation.