Comparison of manual valve and electric valve

Many people think that the electric valve is expensive and the use cost is high. In fact, if it is calculated as a whole, the traditional valve has to be installed with many accessories and pipelines. The price is not dominant, but it has to bear more maintenance costs.
As far as the electric valve is concerned, it is a more cost-effective choice for the industry because it has the advantages of easy assembly, low failure rate and meeting the industry’s automation needs. Because the general traditional pneumatic valve is used, it is inevitable to have piping, solenoid valve and compressor to match, and the electric valve is driven by a motor, which is easy to install and hassle-free, and the electric valve can be installed with the factory’s original automatic control circuit, which can save other the costing payment. In addition, the opening and closing of the motor drive is smoother, without the shortcomings of excessive momentary impulse, and the failure rate can be greatly reduced.
Relevant people in the industry said that valves are mostly used in industrial processes to control the travel and flow of various fluids, such as water, oil, and chemical liquids, based on parameters such as temperature, pressure and flow. The control valves commonly used in factories include pressure reducing valves, pneumatic constant temperature valves, solenoid valve constant temperature systems, proportional control valve constant temperature systems, and temperature control valves. When selecting various types of automatic valves, consideration should be given to factors such as the type of heat engine, the required accuracy, the quality of the control valve, the pressure drop, the flow rate and its structure, the failure rate, the credit of the manufacturer, and the after-sales service to achieve economical and practical purposes.