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The Five Top Trends of Valve Market

Date: 2011.10.24   Views: 410

The Five Top Trends of Valve Market

From Young
Valve market distribution is mainly based on the construction of the project, of which the largest valve users are the petrochemical industry, power industry, metallurgy industry, chemical industry and the urban construction department. According to the analysis, the major trends of valve market in the near future are as follows:

1. With the transfer of oil development to mainland oilfield and offshore oilfield as well as the development of power industry from thermal power below 300,000 KW to thermal power, hydropower and nuclear power above 300,000 KW, the valve performance parameters should be correspondingly changed based on the changes of equipment application fields.
2. A large number of low-pressure valves are used in urban construction system and the environment-friendly and energy-saving-type valves have a bright future, that is, the low pressure iron gate valves used in the past will be gradually replaced by environment-friendly plastic valves, balance valves, metal sealed butterfly valve and the center line butterfly valve. What's more, Oil and gas transmission projects will mostly use pipeline, which in turn requires a lot of flat gate valves and ball valves.
3. The other side of energy development is energy saving, so from the energy conservation perspective,we should develop the steam traps as well as the sub-critical and supercritical parameters .
4. The large scale of power plant construction is not only in demand of large diameter and high-pressure safety valves and pressure reducing valves but also quick open and close valves.
5. The need of complete sets of projects makes valves develop from a single species to multiple species and multi-specifications.

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