Your Trusted Stainless Steel Check Valve Manufacturer

By providing a one-stop solution, INOXCN makes building your brand easy for your stainless steel check valve production.

Standard & Custom Designs Available

As a professional stainless steel valve manufacturer, INOXCN has a team of experienced and certified engineers to supply all kinds of stainless steel check valves.

We also have the ability and equipment to conduct advanced testing, production, and packaging. 

Just choose any models you prefer for your business, and we will take care of the rest.

3PC Stainless Steel Flange Vertical Check Valve

3PC Stainless Steel Flange Vertical Check Valve

3PC Stainless Steel Vertical Butt Weld Check Valve

3PC Stainless Steel Vertical Butt Weld Check Valve

3PC Stainless Steel Vertical Check Valve

3PC Stainless Steel Vertical Check Valve

H71W Stainless Steel Disc Type Wafer Check Valve

H71W Stainless Steel Disc Type Wafer Check Valve

H74 Stainless Steel Wafer Single Disc Check Valve

H74 Stainless Steel Wafer Single Disc Check Valve

Stainless Steel Flanged Vertical Check Valve

Stainless Steel Flanged Vertical Check Valve

Stainless Steel H12W Vertical Check Valve

Stainless Steel H12W Vertical Check Valve

Stainless Steel Check Valve

Stainless Steel H14W Swing Check Valve

Why Choose Stainless steel valves for your business?

Versatility

Stainless steel valves are available in a range of sizes, pressure ratings, and connection types, making them suitable for use in a variety of applications.

Durability

Stainless steel valves are highly resistant to wear and tear and can withstand harsh environments, making them suitable for use in a wide range of industries.

Ease of maintenance

Stainless steel valves are easy to maintain and can be disassembled and reassembled easily for cleaning and repair.

Long lifespan

Due to their durability and corrosion resistance, stainless steel valves have a long lifespan and can last for many years with proper maintenance.

Cost-effective

While stainless steel valves may have a higher initial cost compared to other types of valves, their long lifespan and low maintenance requirements make them a cost-effective choice in the long run.

Hygienic

Stainless steel is a hygienic material that is resistant to bacteria and other contaminants, making it ideal for use in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

Getting Your Own Branded Stainless Steel Valves Can Be Easy

Reasons to Choose INOXCN as Your Stainless Steel Valve Supplier

1. Trouble-Free

INOXCN provides one-stop professional solutions from model customization to packaging design and production. We take care of all the troubles so you can focus on building your brand and establishing your sales channels.

Valve Quality Assurance

2. Quality Assurance

We carry out the three-step inspection:

  • raw material inspection,
  • process inspection,
  • finished product inspection

you can be confident that you are getting a high-quality product that will stand the test of time

Valve CNC Machines

3. Strict Production Control

INOXCN designs and manufactures stainless steel valves according to GB、API、ANSI、BS regulations to ensure the best quality for your orders.

Valve Production Team
Valve Production Team
Valve Production Team

4. Experienced R&D Team

We have a team of experts with a deep understanding of the product and its various applications. This can be particularly useful for you who need guidance on selecting the right valve for your specific needs.

You can trust us with all certifications shown below

Don't hesitate to get the FREE SAMPLES for testing

Effective Production Process of Your Customized Stainless Steel Valves

INOXCN believes quality is always the key to success, which includes a responsible approach to manufacturing and controlling the whole process.

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1. Design

2. Pattern Making

3. Pilot Casting

4. Raw Material Control

5. Casting

6. Heat Treatment

7. Parts Inspection

8. CNC Machining

9. Sample Inspection

10. In-Process Inspection

11. Hardfacing

12. Lapping

13. Cleaning

14. Assembly

15. Painting

16. Packing

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Key Part of Quality Management and Assurance

INOXCN testing department makes sure every batch of valves produced goes through rigorous testing.

Reduce any risk from the production process.

Hardness Testing

Spectrochemical Analysis

Pressure Testing

Material and Surface Testing

Impact Testing

Tensile Testing

Three-dimensional Coordinates

Mass Production Inspection

What did our happy clients say?

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Small Steps To Big Success

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More About Check Valves

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Check Valve Types

There are many different types of check valves, which are designed to allow fluids or gases to flow in one direction while preventing flow in the opposite direction. Some common types of check valves include:

  • Ball check valves: These valves use a ball that is seated in a valve body to block the flow of fluid or gas. The ball is typically made of metal or rubber and is spring-loaded to ensure a tight seal.

  • Flap check valves: These valves use a hinged flap or disc to block the flow of fluid or gas. The flap is typically made of metal or plastic and is mounted on a hinge or pivot point, allowing it to open and close as needed.

  • Diaphragm check valves: These valves use a flexible diaphragm to block the flow of fluid or gas. The diaphragm is typically made of rubber or other flexible material and is mounted on a frame or housing.

  • Pilot-operated check valves: These valves use a smaller valve or pilot to control the flow of fluid or gas. The pilot valve is typically actuated by pressure or a solenoid, and it opens or closes the main valve as needed.

  • Swing check valves: These valves use a hinged disc or clapper to block the flow of fluid or gas. The disc is mounted on a pivot point and swings open or closed as needed.

There are many other types of check valves as well, each with its own unique features and characteristics. The type of check valve you need will depend on your specific application and the specific requirements of your system.

Tips for Buying Check Valves

  1. Research and compare different brands and models of check valves to determine the best fit for your needs. Consider factors such as material compatibility, pressure ratings, size, and flow capacity.

  2. Consider purchasing check valves with a higher pressure rating than what is required for your system, as it will ensure that the valve can handle any unexpected increases in pressure.

  3. Look for check valves with a durable and corrosion-resistant material, such as stainless steel or brass, to ensure a longer lifespan and reduced maintenance costs.

  4. Choose a check valve with a reliable sealing mechanism, such as a ball or disc, to ensure that it can effectively prevent backflow.

  5. Consider purchasing check valves with a visual indicator, such as a pressure gauge, to easily monitor the valve’s status and performance.

  6. Check for any certifications or approvals from reputable organizations, such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), to ensure that the check valve meets industry standards and safety requirements.

  7. Be sure to purchase a check valve of the appropriate size for your system to ensure proper flow and pressure.

  8. Consider purchasing check valves with an adjustable cracking pressure, which allows you to fine-tune the valve’s performance and prevent false trips.

  9. Consider purchasing check valves with an actuated mechanism, such as a solenoid or pneumatic actuator, to allow for remote control and automation.

  10. Always consult with a professional or manufacturer to ensure that the check valve is compatible with your system and meets all necessary requirements.