Quarter-Turn Valves

Val-Matic cast and forged quarter-turn valves are highly engineered products available in a wide range of sizes and pressure classes and are designed to provide both on-off and process control functions in municipal and industrial water and wastewater. Our Plug, Butterfly, and Ball valves are built using advanced manufacturing technologies and certified to rigorous AWWA, ASME, and API industry standards to assure reliable performance in numerous applications and media including liquids, gases, and slurries. The valve seating systems are built with corrosion and wear resistant materials and tested to provide zero leakage. Valve flow path geometries are optimized to provide exceptional flow control characteristics, ultra-low headloss, and energy conservation. All Val-Matic Quarter-Turn Valves are equipped with manual or power actuators to precisely position the plug, disc, or ball under the rated flow and pressure conditions. Automatic controls are also available to position the valve in response to process signals and provide failsafe positioning on signal or power loss.


Ener•G® Ball Valve

The Ener•G® AWWA Resilient Seated Ball Valve is the preferred selection for surge control and energy savings. Val-Matic's Ener•G® Ball Valve when fully open provides 100% flow area equal to the pipe size and will represent a significant savings in pumping costs compared to other pump control valves.

American-BFV® Butterfly Valve

The Val-Matic American-BFV® Butterfly Valve is the valve of choice for shut-off service in water systems. The American-BFV® line is designed to provide long life, low headloss and trouble-free performance.

Cam-Centric® Plug Valve

The Cam-Centric® Plug Valve is the solution for systems where slurries, grit or solids are present. The eccentric plug valve is a ¼ turn valve allowing cost effective, low torque actuation for pump control, shut-off and throttling service.

QuadroSphere® Trunnion Ball Valve

The QuadroSphere® Ball is not a typical ball design. Surfaces of the ball that are non-essential to sealing have been recessed in all 4 quadrants. The surfaces of the ball that have been recessed create additional flow paths allowing the flow and particulates to move freely above, below and around the sides of the ball when moving from closed to open position. Seat ring contact to the ball has minimal contact area, which reduces wear and operating torques, due to less friction. The recessed surfaces on the ball also provide lipped edges that wipe the seat surfaces clean during opening and closing to avoid particulate buildup. The ball has two sets of seating surfaces to provide shut off in the fully closed position and protect the seats in the fully open position.