Valve, Actuation & Engineered Products Division

      Centro's Valve, Actuation, and Engineered Products Division are at the forefront of industrial manufacturing, where Process Control, Flow Control, Electric Tracing, Steam Control, and Loading and Unloading play pivotal roles in shaping manufacturing efficiency and product quality.

      Discover how Centro's Valve, Actuation, and Engineered Products Division can be your trusted partner in achieving manufacturing excellence. Explore our comprehensive solutions and services, and let us drive efficiency, reliability, and safety in your operations, which include:

      • Valve Applications: Achieve precision in fluid control
      • Electric Heat Tracing Applications: Tailored solutions for temperature control
      • Steam System Applications: Enhance steam utilization for reliability
      • Loading & Unloading Systems: Streamline rail and truck operations
      • Valve & Actuation Repair: Lower operating costs through automation

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      Valves control, regulate, or direct the flow of fluids, such as water, gas, and other substances. They work by opening, closing, or obstructing passageways using flaps or other movable parts. There are three main types of valves: manual, actuated, and automated. Manual valves are operated by hand using handwheels, levers, chains, or gear wheels. Actuated valves are controlled remotely and are often used in large-scale or high-precision operations. Automatic valves are triggered automatically when a certain flow is reached. There are many types of valves available, including ball valves, butterfly valves, check valves, gate valves, knife gate valves, globe valves, needle valves, pinch valves, and plug and pressure relief valves. Centro offers a wide range of valves and can provide expert guidance to help you make the right choice for your needs.

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      Actuation refers to the process of causing something to move or operate. This can be achieved by using an actuator, a device that converts a source of energy into motion. There are two types of actuators: linear actuators, which move in a straight line, and rotary actuators, which produce rotary motion. Actuators are commonly used in various industries, including manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and robotics.

      Engineered products are designed and manufactured to meet specific technical and performance requirements. They are typically custom-made or tailored to fit a particular application or need. Some examples of engineered products include actuators, heat exchangers, loading systems, and filtration systems.

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      Steam traps are automatic valves that filter out condensate and non-condensable gases such as air without allowing steam to escape. In the industry, steam is utilized regularly for heating or as driving energy for mechanical power. Steam traps prevent condensation from being wasted. There are three types of steam traps thermostatic, mechanical, and thermodynamic. Thermostatic steam traps act in response to the surrounding steam temperature. There are three types of thermostatic steam traps liquid expansion traps, bimetallic and balanced pressure thermostatic traps. Each operates differently and is suited to specific kinds of applications. Mechanical steam traps depend on the difference in density between steam and condensate. They can constantly pass large volumes of condensate and are fit for a wide range of process applications. Mechanical steam trap types include ball float and inverted bucket steam traps.

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      Isolation rings, also known as isolation mounts or isolation pads, are essential components used to prevent the transfer of vibrations and shocks between interconnected machinery or equipment. These rings are typically made of resilient materials like rubber, neoprene, or silicone, and are designed to absorb and dampen vibrations generated by rotating or moving equipment. By creating a barrier between the equipment and its surroundings, isolation rings effectively reduce noise, protect sensitive machinery from damage, and improve overall system performance. They find widespread applications in various industries, including manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and electronics, where precision and stability are crucial. Isolation rings play a critical role in maintaining smooth and efficient operations while ensuring the longevity of equipment and machinery.

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