Forged Steel Valve Our steel valves are available in two bonnet designs. The range includes spiral wound gasket and ring joint gasket. We also prepare designs according to customer specification. Our Forged Steel Valve find operation on many of the most testing chemical and petrochemical plants worldwide.
Our experience over the years has been the key to our success and reputation of Associated Tooling. We are acknowledged for our products reliability, safety, technical and construction features. The machining of the components is made with high precision machine tools operated by experienced people with a commitment to total quality. We offer a broad range of standard Forged Steel Valve, globe and check valves, reduced and full bore, in threaded, socket weld and butt-weld end connections.
Forging is a metal forming process used to produce large quantities of identical parts, as in the manufacture of automobiles, and to improve the mechanical properties of the metal being forged, as in aerospace parts or military equipment. The design of forged parts is limited when undercuts or cored sections are required. All cavities must be comparatively straight and largest at the mouth, so that the forging die may be withdrawn. The products of forging may be tiny or massive and can be made of steel (automobile axles), brass (water valves), tungsten (rocket nozzles), aluminum (aircraft structural members), or any other metal.