Valves – Control Valves (Rotary, Sliding Stem & Sanitary) – Fisher
Fisher control valves provide flow, pressure, temperature and liquid level control of gases, steam, water, chemicals or hydrocarbons in industrial processes and hazardous area located pipes.
FISHER CONTROL VALVES
Fisher control valves can be categorised as follows:
Rotary control Valves
- Eccentric Plug
- Full Bore Pipeline
- Segmented Ball
SLIDING STEM control VALVES
- General & Chemical Service Globe
- High Pressure Globe
- Low Flow
- Universal Globe
SANITARY CONTROL VALVES
Fisher Control Valves – standards
Fisher valves are approved and conform to numerous international classifications :
- API – American Petroleum Institute
- ASME – American Society Of Mechanical Engineers
- FCI – Fluid Control Institute
- IEC – Instrument Electrotechnical Commission
- NACE – Worldwide Corrosion Authority
- CSA – Canadian Standards Authority
- NFPA – National Fire Protection Association
HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION
Control valves to be used in hazardous areas are classified according to North American standards as being Class I or Class II; Division 1 or Division 2; Gas Groups A,B,C,D,E,F, & G and Temperature Code T1-T6.
Contact T&D should you require specification support on selecting the correct control valve to provide flow control in hazardous area installations.
Fisher Controls International LLC is a member of the Emerson Process Management family of companies which is a division of Emerson. Established in 1880, Fisher are now a world leading control valve manufacturing company regulating process flow control across all industries.
Fisher control valves meet the requirements of complex process and hazardous area industry applications with increasingly higher pressures – improving customer safety and process efficiency.
For complete specification, technical and ordering information about Fisher Valves please browse the sections below.