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The Standards of Valve Manufacturing: IPC’s Commitment to Quality and Excellence

In industrial valve manufacturing and procurement, design & quality standards are crucial for ensuring the safety, quality, performance and interoperability of valves used in various industrial applications. Industries like Oil & gas, power & boiler manufacturers to name a few, need Valves that conform to specific standards. In last 2 decades, IPC has built a reputation for producing valves that not only meet but exceed industry standards, ensuring reliability and safety in every application.

A Legacy of Quality

Commitment to superior quality is at the core in everything that we do. Every valve that leaves the IPC facility is a testament to the meticulous manufacturing procedures and stringent quality control. From the initial design phase to final inspection, IPC employs a rigorous process to ensure that each product meets the highest standards of excellence.

Certified Excellence

IPC valves are not only designed and manufactured to the highest standards but are also thoroughly tested and certified. The systems & products conform to various major international standards, including:

ISO 9001:2015: This standard signifies IPC’s commitment to quality management systems, ensuring that our products and services consistently meet customer and regulatory requirements.

ISO 29001:2020: With this std. IPC ensures our commitment in ensuring superior quality specifically as per the needs of Petroleum and Petrochemicals sector.

ISO 14001: IPC’s dedication to environmental management is highlighted by this certification, which underscores our efforts in minimizing environmental impact through sustainable practices.

ISO 45001: IPC’s concern towards occupational health and safety is highlighted by this certification. This is a testament to IPC’s continuous effort in following the right guidelines and ensuring good health and safety processes.

PED (Pressure Equipment Directive): CE certification demonstrates that IPC valves comply with the stringent safety requirements for pressure equipment in the European Union.

IBR (Indian Boiler Regulations): IPC valves meet the specific requirements for stem applications in India.

API (American Petroleum Institute): Recognized for excellence in the oil and gas industry, this certification assures that IPC valves are suitable for the most demanding applications.

SIL 3: With SIL 3 Ball Valves and Actuators, IPC ensures safety integrity of equipment and systems, ensuring that they meet stringent standards set by regulatory bodies.

PESO: Conforming to India’s standard for Petroleum & Explosives Safety Organisation, with this certification, IPC proves that our Limit Switch Boxex are ideal and suitable for use in oil and & gas, petroleum and other gas-based applications.

ATEX: This certification indicates that IPC Limit Switch Boxes are safe to use in explosive atmospheres, essential for industries such as chemical and petrochemical.

FET (Fugitive emission testing): Ensuring that IPC valves can withstand extreme conditions and meets the fugitive emission testing standards, this certification is crucial for various critical applications.

The IPC Difference

What truly sets IPC apart is our holistic approach to valve manufacturing. By integrating advanced technology, continuous improvement processes and a customer-centric focus, IPC has created a range of valves products that are not only highly functional but also are reliable and safe.

Conclusion

In today’s market, IPC has set itself as a trusted source of reliable and safe valves, valve automation & accessories. With unwavering commitment to quality, consistency and certification, IPC has a portfolio of products that conform to major international standards. Being dedicated to continuous improvement, IPC has set a benchmark for excellence in industry. If you are interested to know more about IPC, drop an email on Enquiry@ipcvalves.com

Why Fertilizer Manufacturing Requires Specialized Valves

Why Fertiliser need special purpose Valves

In the fertilizer manufacturing, the journey from raw materials to the final product is anything but gentle. It’s a harsh process, demanding robust equipment capable of withstanding corrosive substances, extreme temperatures and high pressures. At the heart of this demanding environment lie valves – essential components that regulate the flow of acids, gases, slurries, steams and other critical substances throughout the production process. Here’s why fertilizer production needs specialized valves tailored to its unique challenges:

Acids, Gases, Slurries and Steams: The Harsh Reality

Fertilizer production involves a diverse array of substances, from nitric and sulfuric acids to gases, slurries and steams. These materials are not only aggressive but also vary greatly in their properties and behaviors. Handling them requires valves capable of withstanding their corrosive nature, high pressures and abrasive tendencies without compromising performance or safety.

Specialized Valve Solutions: Tailored to the Task

Super Duplex Stainless Steel Valves for Nitric Acids:

Nitric acid is a staple in fertilizer manufacturing but can wreak havoc on standard valve materials. Super Duplex Stainless Steel valves offer exceptional corrosion resistance, making them ideal for handling nitric acid without succumbing to degradation.

Special Alloy Valves for Sulfuric Acids:

Sulfuric acid, another common ingredient in fertilizer production, demands valves constructed from special alloys capable of withstanding its corrosive effects. These valves ensure reliability and longevity even in the harshest environments.

Hastelloy/Inconel/Monel Valves for Corrosive Applications:

In environments where corrosive substances abound, such as fertilizer production facilities, Hastelloy/Inconel/Monel valves are pertinent. Renowned for their resistance to corrosion, these valves offer unmatched durability and reliability, making them a go-to choice for critical applications.

High-Pressure Globe Valves for Steams:

Steams generated in fertilizer production processes often reach high pressures, requiring robust valves capable of withstanding these extreme conditions. High-pressure globe valves are designed precisely for this purpose, ensuring efficient steam management while maintaining safety and reliability.

Standard Butterfly Valves for Water Feed Lines:

While some substances in fertilizer production demand specialized valves, others, like water feed lines, can be effectively managed with standard butterfly valves. These valves offer simplicity, cost-effectiveness and reliable performance for less demanding applications.

Leveraging IPC Valves’ Expertise for Fertilizer Manufacturing Excellence

In the demanding world of fertilizer manufacturing, every component must pull its weight to ensure smooth, efficient and safe operations. Valves play a crucial role in this process, regulating the flow of critical substances throughout the production journey.

IPC Valves offers a comprehensive range of valve solutions meticulously engineered to meet the unique demands of fertilizer production. With leading fertilizer manufacturers trusting IPC for their valve requirements, leveraging cutting-edge technology, and tailored solutions designed to optimize efficiency, enhance reliability and drive success fertilizer production processes.

Enhancing Turbine Safety: The Role of Quick Closing Non Return Valves in Power Plants

Quick Closing Non Return Valves for Power Plants

Handling steam in power stations is a bit tricky. Steam plays an important role in generating electricity, but it’s critical and difficult to handle, reverse flow of steam can be dangerous and can impact safety of the crucial equipment in a big way.

A critical component in achieving this is the Quick Closing Non-Return Valve (QCNRV), particularly in turbine extraction pipelines.

Understanding the Significance

Quick Closing Non Return Valves, often referred to as Swing Check Valves, play a pivotal role in the power generation process, particularly in handling steam. Their primary function is to prevent reverse flow, ensuring that steam flows only in one direction. This simple yet crucial mechanism serves to protect turbines from potential damages caused by backflow.

Safeguarding Turbines: A Necessity

In the context of captive power plants, where turbines are the heart of operations, the need for uninterrupted and safe functioning is non-negotiable. These powerhouses are responsible for converting steam energy into mechanical energy, which is then converted into electrical energy. Any disruption in this process can lead to downtime, loss of productivity and more critically, expensive damages to key equipment.

This blog delves into the operational insights, benefits and sophisticated mechanisms of these valves. This is ensure a seamless, safe and efficient power generation process.

 

Key Benefits of QCNRVs

 

Rapid Closure:

These valves are capable of closing in less than a second, a crucial feature in preventing the backflow of steam and ensuring the system’s safety.

Complete Disc Closure:

At no flow condition, the valve achieves a complete disc closure, ensuring a tight shut-off and preventing leakage.

Reliable Reverse Flow Prevention:

The primary function of a QCNRV is to prevent the reverse flow of steam, safeguarding the turbine and other critical components from damage.

Innovative Actuation:

Equipped with a side-mounted pneumatic spring return actuator. These valves offer a reliable and efficient operation, enhancing their functionality in emergency conditions.

How do QCNRV Valves Operate

 

QCNRVs are specially designed swing-disk check valves, integral to the turbine steam bleeding lines of the feedwater preheating stages in modern power station cycles. Their main function is to quickly shut off the bleeding steam pipes in case of a loss of turbine load. This action is crucial in preventing the dangerous phenomenon of water carryover from the preheater back to the turbine, which can cause significant damage and efficiency losses.

The innovative design includes a pneumatic single-acting actuator (Spring Return) mounted on one side of the valve body, linked to the valve disk through a shaft. This setup ensures that the valve can operate automatically in a conventional manner under normal conditions with the actuator air pressure ranging between 4 and 8 bar.

During manual operation, compressed air is fed into the cylinder, loading the spring and allowing the check valve to operate automatically. In emergencies or during turbine upset conditions, the compressed air is vented. This action allows the spring to extend inside the cylinder, causing the actuator piston to rotate the valve disk and intercept the steam-bleeding pipe swiftly. The spring’s main function is to overcome the starting friction on the packing and pivot bearings, ensuring a quick and reliable closure.

Ensuring Operational Excellence

When it comes to power plants operations , where every minute of downtime translates to revenue loss, the importance of proactive measures cannot be overstated. Quick Closing Non Return Valves stand as silent guardians, constantly monitoring and regulating steam flow to safeguard turbine operations.

By integrating IPC Make QCNRV valves into power stations, facilities can achieve a higher level of control over steam flow. This is significantly reducing the risk of damage from reverse flow and water carryover. The rapid actuation, reliable reverse flow prevention and tight shut-off capabilities make these valves an indispensable part of modern power generation infrastructure, ensuring the seamless operation and longevity of turbine systems.

 

Enhancing Safety Integrity: The Importance of SIL 3 Certification for IPC Ball Valve & Actuators

SIL 3 Certifications IPC

In the high-stakes environments of industries such as Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing and Power Generation, safety and reliability are not negotiable. Any compromise in these areas could lead to catastrophic consequences, ranging from environmental disasters to loss of life. That’s where SIL (Safety Integrity Level) certification steps in as a crucial marker of trust and assurance.

What is SIL 3 Certification?

SIL certification is a rigorous process that evaluates the safety integrity of equipment and systems, ensuring they meet stringent standards set by regulatory bodies like the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC). SIL levels range from 1 to 4, with SIL 4 representing the highest level of safety integrity. SIL 3 is one of the most sought-after certifications, signifying an exceptionally high level of safety and reliability.

Why is SIL 3 certification important for valves?

When it comes to valves, SIL 3 is important particularly in industries where safety and reliability are paramount, such as Oil & Gas, Chemical Processing, and Power Generation. First, SIL 3 certification ensures that valves meet stringent safety standards. Second, SIL 3 certified valves undergo thorough risk analysis, identifying potential failure modes and implementing measures to mitigate risks. SIL 3 certification is widely recognized and accepted across industries, making it easier for organizations to demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements.

Elevated Safety Standards:

SIL 3 certification signifies a commitment to the highest safety standards. In industries where the consequences of equipment failure can be dire, having SIL 3 certified equipment is not just a preference but a necessity.

Risk Mitigation:

By identifying potential failure modes and implementing measures to mitigate risks, SIL 3 certified ball valves help minimize the likelihood of hazardous incidents.

Industry Acceptance:

SIL certification is widely recognized and accepted across industries as a benchmark for safety and reliability. SIL 3 Certified ball valve is a perfect partner in SIL safe setups.

Regulatory Compliance:

In many sectors, regulatory authorities mandate the use of SIL-certified equipment for safety-critical applications. Choosing SIL 3 certified ball valves from IPC ensures compliance.

Reliability Assurance:

With rigorous assessment to ensure they perform reliably under various operating conditions. This assurance of reliability is invaluable in critical applications where downtime or malfunctions are not an option.

Unveiling the SIL 3 Certified Ball Valves and Actuators

IPC now has SIL 3 certified Ball Valves and pneumatic actuators, engineered to deliver exceptional performance and reliability, making them the perfect companion for SIL 3 safe premises. IPC now supplies Complete SIL 3 safe pneumatically actuated ball valve that includes

  • IPC Make Ball Valve
  • IPC Make Pneumatic Actuator
  • Solenoid Valve
  • Proximity Sensors
  • Air Filter Regulator

Want to Know More?

At IPC Valves, we are committed to providing innovative solutions that prioritize safety, reliability and performance. Our SIL 3 Certified pneumatically actuated ball valves are the culmination of years of expertise and dedication to excellence.

Invest in safety. Choose IPC Valves.

Contact Us to learn more about our SIL 3 Certified ball valves. For more details mail us on  Enquiry@ipcvalves.com

Safeguarding Against Hazards: IPC Valves’ Fugitive Emission-Tested Gate and Ball Valves

Fugitive Emission testing for Ball Valves

Sustainability, and its growing importance, has increased need to look at the issue of fugitive emissions more seriously. It poses significant challenges and hazards. These emissions not only contribute to approximately 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions but also bring forth countless risks that cannot be ignored.
With an intensity of 90 kg CO2e/boe, the impact of fugitive emissions is very serious.

Emission of natural gases and chemicals present various dangers, ranging from its flammability to its adverse effects on human health and the environment.

Let’s delve deeper into the risks associated with methane Fugitive Emission-Tested Gate and Ball Valve:

Explosion and Fire:

Gases released from fugitive emission like methane are highly flammable and can form explosive mixtures with air within a specific range of concentrations. Even a small ignition source such as a spark or open flame, can trigger a violent explosion or fire.

Health Hazards:

Exposure to some of media can be toxic and may lead to symptoms such as dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting or loss of consciousness. Prolonged exposure to such gases at high concentrations can result in oxygen deprivation and asphyxiation, which can be fatal.

Environmental Impact:

Fugitive emission of industrial gases can cause much higher global warming than carbon dioxide over a shorter time frame. Uncontrolled emissions contribute significantly to climate change and environmental degradation.

Oxygen Displacement:

Some of the gases released for example methane is lighter than air and can displace oxygen in poorly ventilated or confined spaces. If such gases accumulate in an enclosed area, it can reduce the oxygen concentration to levels that are insufficient to support human life.

The oil and gas industry, recognizing the urgent need for action, has set ambitious targets, aiming for net-zero emissions by 2050. As part of this effort, the demand for fugitive emission (FE) tested valves has become imperative, ensuring enhanced safety and environmental protection across operations.

At IPC Valves, we understand the importance of dealing with Fugitive emission hazards. That’s why we created Gate and Ball Valves. They’re tested to meet the highest industry standards for Fugitive Emission. Our valves follow strict rules set by API 624 for Gate Valves and ISO 15848 for Ball Valves. This ensures they work well even in tough situations.

In a world where safety and sustainability are paramount, you can trust IPC Valves to deliver excellence. Safeguard your operations against hazards with our Fugitive Emission Tested Gate and Ball Valves. Get in touch with us today to learn more and experience the IPC difference first hand. Your safety is our priority.

Why oil and Gas needs good & reliable GGC valves?

Why oil and Gas needs good & reliable GGC valves

Keeping the flow of oil and gas in pipelines is a monumental task and requires several reliable pieces of equipment. Industrial valves are one of these crucial equipment. Without these valves, the oil and gas industry could not ensure that crude oil, refined gas, natural gas, and other materials get to their destination.

No two environments are the same. Some are highly corrosive. At the same time, others function under constant high pressure. Because of these variations, Oil and gas sector needs Valves that can withstand both i.e. corrosive environment and high-pressure applications. That’s the reason why Gate, Globe and Check valves have been trusted by the oil and gas sector for decades.

Gate Valves

The gate valve is the most commonly used in the industry. It uses a gate/wedge system to open or close a pipeline entirely. This is an excellent & sturdy choice to maintain reliable and steady flow. When the actuator completely opens the valve, the channel is unobstructed, allowing. These valves are used where a reliable & steady flow is required with a negligible pressure drop.

Globe Valves

Wherever pressure or flow needs to be controlled, the globe valve is a perfect choice. It is also often used for open and close operations. The valve plug is vertically raised and lowered by the actuator as needed. They tend to create a more significant pressure drop than other valve types because of the S-shaped passageway within them. They are a good choice for flow regulation and throttling functions.

Check Valves

Oil & gas operations find check valves extremely helpful as the device opens under pressure and does not allow backflow of fluid or material. Because of the restricted backflow, cross-contamination of the product is prevented. There is no need for an actuator as required in other valve types. However, it does need precise sizing & installation to ensure that the valve responds to change in fluid pressure as required.

Because valves come in many different types and provide various functionalities, choosing the best one may be challenging. It is helpful to consider the primary function under which it will be used. Does the environment need standard or high pressure? Is there a need for additional safety? What is the ideal type of actuation?

Additionally, consider the type of environment where the valve will need to function. Consulting a valve solution provider or manufacturer is very important here.

IPC Valves has been a leading supplier of valves for Oil & Gas industry for over 2 decades. Contact us anytime for more information about our offerings. We are always ready to help.

What are Swing Check Valves? 

Swing Check Valves

Understanding Swing Check Valves

Swing check valves, also known as backflow preventers, are important in many industries because they help fluid move in one direction while stopping it from going backwards. This helps things run smoothly and efficiently. valves feature a swinging disc on a hinge or shaft, determining their shut-off capabilities. The disc’s weight and the return flow dynamics significantly influence their performance.

How do Swing Check Valves Work?

the flow to pass through. On the other hand, the valve closes when there is a drop in pressure on the inlet side and a build-up of pressure on the outlet side. The back pressure in the line holds the disc in the closed position.

 

Advantages of Swing Check Valve

Swing check valve advantages include several benefits that make them a popular choice for check valve uses in various applications. Let’s explore some of these benefits:

  • Easy Maintenance:

    IPC’s swing check valves are designed for easy access to maintenance. You can easily remove the bonnet assembly, which includes the hinge and disc, by unscrewing a few bolts, making maintenance easier.

  • Optimum Sealing:

    The unique disc design of IPC’s swing check valve ensures reliable sealing under pressure. The disc is optimally designed and requires just to right force to open and close the valve, enhancing its sealing ability.

  • Versatile Installation:

    Swing check valves can be installed in both horizontal and vertical positions, offering flexibility in various piping systems.

  • Preventing Water Hammer:

    Swing check valve with a lever and weight or a lever and spring are good for places where there’s a higher chance of water hammer. The weight on the lever can be adjusted to close gently against the seat and at the right speed, stopping the water hammer.

IPC Valves, a top valve company in India, makes and sells swing check valves. These valves are reliable and last a long time. Let’s explore the features and specifications of IPC swing check valve.

Manufacturing Excellence

As a leading Valve Manufacturer, IPC makes valves with top-notch manufacturing facilities. Our welding can seal and hard face weld well, and we also provide comprehensive technical information. We have good testing equipment, ensuring every valve we make is precise and meets nearly all international valve standards.

Secure Bolted Cover Design

IPC swing check valves feature a secure bolted cover design for low and medium pressures and a pressure seal bonnet for high pressure Swing Check Valves, providing enhanced safety and leak-free operation.

Specifications

IPC swing check valves are available in a wide range of sizes and pressure ratings, catering to various industry requirements. Here are some key product selection and technical specifications:

  • Pressure rating: ASME class 150 through 2500
  • Sizes: 1/2″ to 1½” (DN-15 to DN-40) for lift check valves, 2″ to 24″ (DN-50 to DN-600) for swing check valves
  • Manufacturing standards: API 594 / BS 1868 / API 6D / ASME B16.34
  • Flange details: Standard as per ASME B16.5, with additional options according to BS, AWWA, EN, DIN, etc.
  • End-to-end dimensions: As per ASME B16.10
  • Testing standards: API 598 / BS EN 12266-part 1 / API 6D
  • Butt-weld end details: As per ASME B16.25

These details ensure that IPC swing check valves work well for many different jobs, offering reliable performance and dependable results.

IPC offers a range of swing check valves designed to meet various industry needs and specifications. Some common types of IPC swing check valves include:

Common Types of IPC Swing Check Valve

1. Standard Valve:

This traditional design features a swinging disc that opens and closes with the flow of fluid, allowing for efficient fluid movement while preventing backflow.

2. Pressure Seal Swing Check Valves:

Engineered for high-pressure applications, pressure seal swing check valves provide reliable sealing performance in critical environments.

3. Dual Plate Check Valve:

Also known as butterfly check valves, dual plate check valves consist of two semicircular discs mounted on a central hinge, offering reduced weight, size, and pressure drop compared to traditional swing check valves.

4. Silent Check Valve:

Designed to minimize noise and water hammer effects, silent check valves incorporate features such as spring-loaded discs or dashpots to ensure quiet operation.

5. Wafer Check Valve:

Wafer check valves are compact and lightweight, ideal for space-constrained installations. They feature a simple design with a swinging disc and are sandwiched between flanges for easy installation.

6. Lift Check Valve:

Lift check valves utilize a piston or ball to lift off the seat, allowing fluid flow in one direction while preventing backflow when the flow stops.

Each type of IPC swing check valve offers unique features and benefits suited to specific application requirements, ensuring efficient fluid control and system performance.

Valves Application 

Swing check valves are integral to Wastewater Applications and various industrial applications, where the prevention of backflow is a critical concern. Let’s delve into some of the primary sectors where swing check valves are a staple:

  • Water Treatment Plants In water treatment facilities, swing check valves are crucial for preserving the integrity of the water distribution network.
  • Petrochemical Industry The petrochemical industry relies on swing check valve for maintaining the safety and efficiency of petrochemical processes.
  • Oil and Gas Industry Swing check valve prevent the backflow of oil, gas, and other fluids in pipelines. These valves ensure the uninterrupted flow of resources, improving the efficiency and reliability of operations.
  • HVAC Systems Swing check valves are commonly used in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. It helps to prevent the reverse flow of fluids.
  • Power Generation In power generation facilities, it stops steam, water, or other fluids from flowing backward.

 

Conclusion

In numerous industries, the swing check valve is pivotal for ensuring fluids move efficiently and securely, preventing reverse flow. Their ease of maintenance and inherent safety contribute to their robust sealing capabilities, ensuring exceptional performance.

IPC manufactures top-notch swing check valves in compliance with industry rules & standards. Proper installation and routine maintenance, including visual inspection, are essential to maintain their efficacy over time. The global use of the swing check valve is testament to its versatility and reliability in a myriad of applications worldwide.

Enhancing Cement Industry Efficiency with IPC Valves

Valves in Cement Industry

Cement manufacturing is a highly intricate process that involves handling abrasive materials, converting powders to slurry, and managing complex workflows. In such an environment, the choice of valves plays a crucial role in ensuring operational efficiency and durability. IPC Valves, with its 20+ years of expertise in manufacturing specialised valves, offers a complete range of valves to suit the unique demands of cement manufacturers.

Here are four valves that act as the backbone of Cement manufacturing plants

 

Floating Ball Valves: Control Air and Water flows 

In the cement industry, managing airflows and water is essential for various processes. IPC Valves’ Floating Ball Valves are designed to provide optimal performance. These valves offer quick shut-offs, contributing to the efficient regulation of airflows and water in cement manufacturing. The durability of IPC’s Floating Ball Valves is unmatched, making them a reliable choice for the demanding conditions of the cement industry.

Butterfly Valves:  Regulate Bulk Materials Flow

Regulating the flow of bulk materials, particularly in process raw materials, is a critical aspect of cement manufacturing. IPC Valves’ Butterfly Valves offer a cost-effective solution with low pressure drops, enabling seamless control over material flow. These valves are designed to withstand the demanding nature of bulk materials, providing durability and longevity in service.

Gate Valves: handle steams for CCP

Steam plays a crucial role in various processes within a cement plant. Right from preheating and drying to hydration and cleaning, steam is utilized in different ways to facilitate these processes. The robust design of Gate Valves from IPC makes them an ideal choice for handling and managing steam.

Knife Edge Gate Valves: Handle In-Process Slurry Material

Handling in-process slurry material requires valves that can withstand abrasion and provide reliable bi-directional sealing. IPC Valves’ Knife Edge Gate Valves are specifically engineered for this purpose. These valves excel in managing abrasive materials commonly found in slurry, offering the durability and efficiency needed for uninterrupted operations.

Choose IPC Valves for Cement Industry Needs

IPC Valves stands out as the preferred choice for the cement industry due to its commitment to delivering high-quality solutions tailored to the unique challenges of cement manufacturing. Whether it’s controlling airflows, regulating bulk material flow, managing essential materials, or handling slurry, IPC Valves provides a comprehensive range of valves that excel in performance and longevity.

Limit Switch Box : Elevate Your Valve Automation with IPC’s

Limit switch Box

The shift to automated valves is reaching new heights. Understanding the precise position of valves has never been more crucial. Limit Switch boxes play very important role when it comes to position sensing. Presenting Limit Switch Box from IPC—an outcome of 20 years of dedicated experience and deep expertise. We understand the importance of reliable valve position information and our Limit Switch Box is here to deliver just that.

Flame Proof and Weather Proof Options of Limit Switch box for Your Specific Needs

IPC offers Limit Switch Boxes in both flame-proof and weather-proof options. Emphasizing the significance of a Limit Switch Box in automated valves, we provide a reliable solution to enhance the functionality and safety of your industrial processes.

Diverse Material Options to Suit Your Environment with Limit Switch Box

Choose the right fit for your operational environments, IPC’s Limit Switch Boxes are available in nylon, aluminium and stainless steel housing. We believe in providing options that not only meet but exceed your expectations, ensuring durability and performance.

Precision Design

Designed with meticulous attention to detail, our Limit Switch Boxes are crafted to incorporate 2 to 4 sensors. This precision allows for accurate and comprehensive position sensing, ensuring that you can configure your valve position input as per your specific needs.

Conforming to International Standards

Rest easy knowing that IPC’s Limit Switch Boxes conform to international standards, including ATEX, IECEx, IP67 and IP68. Our commitment to meeting these standards reflects our dedication to delivering reliable and safe solutions for your industrial needs.

Rest easy knowing that IPC’s Limit Switch Boxes conform to international standards, including ATEX, IECEx, IP67 and IP68. Our commitment to meeting these standards reflects our dedication to delivering reliable and safe solutions for your industrial needs.

Valves for Oil and Gas

Valves for Oil and Gas

In Oil and Gas sector, challenges like the highest pressures, leakages and fugitive emissions are ever-present. These challenges not only impact operations but also underscore the critical importance of robust and reliable valves in this sector. Ordinary valves are not designed to withstand the heat and high pressure. Oil and gas sector specifically requires high pressure valves like Gate, Globe and Check Valve.

Specialized High-Pressure Valves from IPC

IPC understands the unique demands of the Oil and Gas sector, where pressures reach their highest points. That’s why we offer specialized high-pressure Gate, Globe and Check valves designed to withstand the intense conditions prevalent in the industry.

Valves Conforming to API Certification

Our valves conform to API standards, recognized globally for their significance in the Oil and Gas sector. The importance of API certification lies in ensuring that valves meet stringent criteria, guaranteeing safety, reliability and performance in the most challenging environments.

EIL Certified GGC Valves

Going a step further, IPC valves also offers EIL (Engineers India Limited) certified valves for Indian operational environment. This certification is a testament to the quality and adherence to industry standards, providing added assurance to our clients in the Oil and Gas sector.

Trusted by Industry-Leaders

IPC valves has been trusted by the trusted ones in Oil and Gas. Our valves have proven their mettle in real-world scenarios, contributing to the seamless operations and success of our esteemed clients.

Designed to Meet Challenging Needs

IPC’s GGC valves are solutions meticulously designed to meet the challenging needs of the Oil and Gas sector. From extreme pressures to stringent safety requirements, IPC valves rise to the occasion, ensuring reliability and longevity.

In conclusion, when the stakes are high in the Oil and Gas sector, trust IPC valves to be your reliable partners. Our specialized high-pressure valves, API certification and the trust of industry leaders make us the go-to choice.