About VALAND計數器
VALAND Industrial Corporation has been a dedicated specialist in fluid & gas control sector since 1992. The company employs team of veteran engineers concentrating on the development and innovation of fluid and gas flow products in application to extensive range of basic to sophisticated operations.

Known for cutting-edge techniques and total commitment to quality, the company acquired TUV ISO 9001 & CE certificates, an assurance of fulfillment of international quality standards.

The products incorporate a wide selection of valves in stainless steel and automation accessories for domestically and overseas commercial, industrial uses. Furthermore, requests for custom-made valves or related parts with your own design and specification, as well as projects in need of insightful and efficacious flow solution are welcome.

Our goal is to design and produce superior quality products as the effective, quick solutions for your first choice, meet highest level of customer satisfactions by our insider expertise and stand out as a highly competent partner you can count on.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Working Pressure: Vacuum-1000psi

End connection: Require

Working Temperature: -30F-400F

Size: 1/4”-4” (DN10-DN100)

Blow-Out Stem Design

Material: CF8M/WCB

Special require acceptable

OEM Products welcome

 

 

                                                                              
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VL-401
2 Piece Body, Full Port


Size Range: 1/4" ~ 2"
Material: Stainless Steel ( Carbon Steel Available )
Shell: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M ( 1.4408 )
Ball: SS316
Stem: SS316
Seat & Seal: PTFE
End Connections: Threaded
Operation: Manual
Temperature Range: -50 F° to +450 F° ( -46 C° to +232 C° )
Pressure Range: 1000 WOG / PN 63 ( CWP )


Features:

Investment Cast Component
Blow-out-proof Stem
Adjustable Packing Gland

 

 

 

 

 

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VL-501B
3 Piece Body, Full Port, Butt Weld


Size Range: 1/4" ~ 4"
Material: Stainless Steel ( Carbon Steel Available )
Body: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M ( 1.4408 )
Ball: SS316
Stem: SS316
Seat & Seal: PTFE
End Connections: Butt-Welding
Operation: Manual
Temperature Range:
Pressure Range: 1000 WOG / PN 63 ( CWP )
Length in Accordance with DIN3202-S13


Features:

Investment Cast Component
Blow-out-proof Stem
Adjustable Packing Gland
Swing-out Design for Easy On-line Maintenance

Options:

Locking Device: SS304

 

 

 

 

 

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K-301L
3 Way, Standard L-Port, Threaded


Size Range: 1/2" ~ 4"
Material: Stainless Steel ( Carbon Steel Available )
Body: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Ball: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Stem: SS316
Seat: PTFE
End Connections: BSP / NPT Threaded
Operation: Manual
Temperature Range:
Pressure Range: 1000 WOG ( CWP )


Features:

Investment Cast Component
Blow-out-proof Stem
Adjustable Packing Gland
Swing-out Design for Easy In-line Maintenance

 

 

 

 

 

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GT-200
Gate Valve


Size Range: 1/2" ~ 2"
Material: Stainless Steel
Body: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Solid Wedge Disc: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Non-rising Stem: SS316
Seat & Seal: PTFE
End Connections: BSP, NPT, DIN2999 Threaded
Operation: Manual
Temperature Range:
Pressure Range: 200 PSI


Features:

Investment Cast Component

 

 

 

 

 

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GB-200
Globe Valve


Size Range: 3/8" ~ 2"
Material: Stainless Steel
Body: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Disc: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Rising Stem: SS316
Seat & Seal: PTFE
End Connections: BSP, NPT, PT, DIN2999, ISO 228-1 Threaded
Operation: Manual
Temperature Range:
Pressure Range: 200 PSI

 


Features:
Investment Cast Component

 

 

 

 

 

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SW-200
Swing Check Valve


Size Range: 1/2" ~ 2"
Material: Stainless Steel
Body: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Disc: ASTM A-351 Grade CF8M
Seat & Seal: PTFE
End Connections: BSP, NPT, PT, DIN2999, ISO 228-1 Threaded
Operation: Manual
Temperature Range:
Pressure Range: 200 PSI


Features:

Investment Cast Component

 

 

 

 

 

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005
3 PC Full Bore Ball Valve , Butt-Welding Type

3 Piece Bodies, Full Port
Stainless Steel/ Carbon Steel
Size: 1/4" (DN8) through 4"(DN100)

Features:
Investment Cast Components
Blow-out-proof Stem Design
Adjustable Packing Gland
SS Lever, Bolt and Nut
V-ring Design Stem Packing
Swing-out for Easy to In-line Maintenance
Cavity-fillers Available

Pressure Ratings:

1000 psig WOG, Cold, Non-shock (70 bar)
150 psig Saturated Steam (8.7 bar)
Temperature Range:
-50(-46?) to +450? (+232?)

 

 

 

 

 

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Export Main Markets:

U.S.A.: 45%

Europe: 42%

Japan: 10%

Australia: 3%

Raw Material and Casting Suppliers:

China: 50%

Taiwan: 50%

2003 Turnover:

US$5,000,000

Gross Profit:

To Whole Seller and Importer: 25%

To Distributor: 50%

To End User: 100%

2003 Monthly Capacity:

20,000pcs.

Valand Exclusive Product at Taiwan:

Application for Pharmaceutics: Material of Ferrite is less of 1 percentage and it can control magnetic element to avoid any explode. Valand now only can make primary production due to without machinery and installment. Europe buyer will disorganize the ball valves when they will receive shipment. And they will make proceeding including disinfect, electro-polish, at clean room. After re-assembly, ball valves will be tested again and get certificate to End User. The price to End User will be 10 times than Free on Board of Taiwan.

 

Valand RD Proceeding:

Seat parts: To develop metal to instead of PTFE.

Application to Pharmaceutics at USA (the top three valve manufacturers): To develop bar stock material.

Valand Expected Monthly Capacity and Turn Over:

Year 2005:

Monthly Capacity: 20,000pcs. (If machinery and installment for Ferrite less of 1% can be set up)

Turn Over: US$10,000,000

Year 2006:

Monthly Capacity: 23,000pcs.

Turn Over: US$12,500,000

Year 2007:

Monthly Capacity: 30,000pcs.

Turn Over: US$20,500,000

Expected to having 50%-75% growth in the following series years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is a Valve?

A Valve is a product rarely noticed by the average person, yet it plays an important role in the quality of our life.  Each time you turn on a water faucet, use your dishwasher, turn on a gas range, or step on the accelerator of your car, you operate a valve.  Without modern valve systems, there would be no fresh pure water or automatic heat in your home.  There would be no public utilities, and beyond wood and coal, almost no energy of any kind.  Plastics would be unheard of, as would many inexpensive consumer products.

 

By definition, a valve is a device that controls the flow of a fluid.  Today's valves can control not only the flow, but the rate, the volume, the pressure or the direction of liquids, gases, slurries or dry materials through a pipeline, chute or similar passageway. They can turn on and turn off, regulate, modulate or isolate. They can range in size from a fraction of an inch to as large as 30 feet in diameter and can vary in complexity from a simple brass valve available at the local hardware store to a precision-designed, highly sophisticated coolant system control valve, made of an exotic metal alloy, in a nuclear reactor.

 

Valves can control flow of all types, from the thinnest gas to highly corrosive chemicals, superheated steam, abrasive slurries, toxic gases and radio active materials.  They can handle temperatures from cryogenic region to molten metal, and pressures from high vacuum to thousands of pounds per square inch.

 

The valve is one of the most basic and indispensable components of our modern technological society.  It is essential to virtually all manufacturing processes and every energy production and supply system.  Yet it is one of the oldest products known to man, with a history of thousands of years.

 

Digest from Valve Manufacturers Association of America

 

 

 

 

 

Valves, Actuators & Controls for Every Application

 

Valve Application

Valve bodies and components are produced in a wide variety of materials, including brass, bronze, iron, steel, stainless steel, and many exotic alloys. Teflon, as well as other fluorocarbons and elastomers, are also used for valve seats and trims. In addition, plastic valves are used in special applications. Nearly every valve made in the United States meets the quality standards recommended by one or more national and/or international standards organizations. Standards are written only after careful study and open-forum debate. Quality control encompasses design, materials, inspection tests, and usage limitations. Although there is no one universal valve standard, there are several codes, regulations, and standards that apply to large segments of the valve industry.

Major worldwide markets serviced by the U.S. and Canadian valve industry include:

CHEMICAL AND PETROCHEMICAL

These industries have grown at a rapid pace since World War II. A multitude of valve and actuator designs are required for fluid, gas, and slurry services in normal to severe corrosive conditions. Because of the diversity of the market needs, virtually every U.S. and Canadian valve manufacturer designs and supplies valve and actuator products to the chemical and petrochemical industries.

PETROLEUM PRODUCTION

The valves used in the drilling, production and gathering of crude oil and gas are generally specialized, high-pressure steel products. Valve and actuator manufacturers work closely with customers to meet specific requirements for particular projects.

PIPELINE TRANSMISSION

This market includes all oil and gas transmission lines and some local gas distribution lines requiring valves ranging from high-pressure gate, plug, ball, and butterfly valves to such pipeline valves as thru-conduit gate and ball valves.

 

ELECTRIC UTILITIES

Most of the valves sold to the power generation industry are high-pressure steel valves, including standard and more sophisticated specialty valves. In addition to new construction requirements, there is a strong maintenance and replacement market for valves and actuators in this field. Highly sophisticated valves and actuators used in nuclear power plants undergo rigorous testing to meet quality standards.

WATER AND WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

Most valves produced to handle water are iron body, bronze mounted and are generally larger in size than valves for other industries. Valves used in this industry include gate, check, and butterfly valves, as well as fire hydrants, and certain types of sluice valves and fire protection sprinkler system valve products.

CONSTRUCTION

This industry uses valves in environmental control systems, water distribution and wastewater treatment systems, energy lines, commercial building piping systems, and other applications. Valve and actuator products for this market are generally standardized items produced by many manufacturers.

PROCESS INDUSTRIES

Valves and actuators have long been indispensable components in the production of pulp and paper products, food and beverage products, and the production of various metals, including iron and steel.

Valve Selection

When buying valves, price is only one of many factors to consider before making a decision. To gain maximum value, however, it is important to examine the cost over its life cycle. Manufacturers appearing in this Sourcebook are experienced, high-quality firms that understand the importance of value in designing and producing their products. They know that it's best to look at the big picture in seeking a quality valve product.

 

LONG PRODUCT LIFE

Always consider the cost of ownership over the life cycle of the product. Total cost of ownership includes repair labor, downtime costs, the amount of time between maintenance, and the cost of replacement parts.

DESIGN FLEXIBILITY

Look for manufacturers who are willing to consult with you on special design options and develop or alter a product to meet your needs. Expect a manufacturer of your choice to match the safety performance of their products to your industry requirements, including rigorous testing procedures to assure a safer product.

STRICT ADHERENCE TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS

Valves that don't comply with your required specifications can result in significant production or project delays. Meeting physical dimensions is only one aspect of adherence to specifications. Others include meeting industry materials and internal specifications. Cost of expensive downtime due to poorly specified valves will offset any small price savings that might be offered by cutting corners. Don't lower your standards. Refer to the "Valve Specifying Checklist" that follows before discussing your needs with a manufacturer's representative.

ON-TIME DELIVERY AND FAST SHIPMENT OF PARTS

Purchase valves from manufacturers who offer you accessibility, meet your deadlines, and can fulfill your emergency requirements.

FACTORY-TRAINED SERVICE STAFF AND LONG-TERM WARRANTIES

A solid warranty and factory-trained service staff means you're covered on required repairs. Consider location as a practical aid in a manufacturer's ability to meet delivery deadlines and the accessibility to factory-trained service engineers when they are needed.

ACCESSIBILITY

Service, availability of field engineers, on-time delivery, and fast shipment of a replacement part depend on how accessible a valve manufacturer will be. Look for valve manufacturers that go out of their way to make themselves accessible to you.

 

 

QUALITY PRODUCT

Product performance is the bottom line. Valve manufacturers know that to win your business they must build quality into their products-into materials, specifications, safety features, parts, delivery, and service.

Valve Specifying Checklist

Use this list as a guide in making an important valve purchase. Knowing these criteria will help the valve manufacturer or its distributor to design and/or select the best valve for your particular application.

 

APPLICATION

h Media being handled, e.g., liquid, gas, slurry, or solid

h Corrosiveness of media, e.g., pH, concentration

h Corrosiveness of atmosphere

h Flow (velocity, capacity, Cv, direction)

h Pipe size

h Media temperature (maximum to minimum)

h Pressure: maximum operating pressure; maximum differential pressure

h Operation: e.g., manual/automatic, on-off throttling

h Installation constraints

h Envelope dimensions

h Weight

h Accessibility

h Conformance to appropriate standards, e.g., API, AWWA, ANSI, FM, UL, OSHA, etc.

h Tightness of shutoff required

VALVE REQUIREMENTS

h Type of valve, e.g., ball, butterfly, gate, check, control, globe, plug, relief, regulator, pinch, diaphragm, etc.

h Valve size

h End connections, e.g., screwed, ranged/lugged, wafer, butt-weld, mechanical joint, etc.

h Materials of construction, e.g., carbon steel, resins, steel or other alloys, cast iron, etc.

h Body

h Trim

h Seats

h Bolting

h Frequency of operation

h Packing

h Special requirements, e.g., testing, tagging, coating

h Accessories, e.g., stem/shaft extensions, locking device, position indicator, jacketing

VALVE ACTUATION

h Type, e.g., manual, electric, pneumatic, hydraulic

h Motion required

h Rotary, e.g., quarter-turn, multi-turn

h Linear

h Mode of operation

h Double acting

h Spring return: spring-to-closed, spring-to-open

h Required valve operating thruster torque

h Power supply, e.g., voltage, available air supply

h On/off, throttling, or proportional control

h Corrosive resistance: materials, coating, tubing

h Speed of operation

h Frequency of operation

h Special requirements, e.g., togging, testing

h Accessories, e.g., limit switches, positioner, solenoid valve, transducers, manual override

SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

h Testing

h Source inspection

h Availability of replacement valves, actuators, or parts

h Documentation, e.g., certified prints, dimension drawings

h Installation and maintenance instructions

h Delivery requirements, e.g., timing, packaging

h Availability of engineering service, e.g., application, field, factory

 

Digest from “The Sourcebook of North American Valve, Actuator & Control Manufacturers”