Gas valves for LPG service

Gas valves come in many shapes and sizes, with different functions and roles in a gas system. Common to them all is that they allow you to control the flow, pressure and direction of liquid and/or vapour.

We do our best to keep up with the ever expanding and innovative market of gas valves for LPG. The selection spans over mechanical, digital and electromechanical gas valves to suit all LPG related purposes and applications. Whether it is pressure control, bypassing, shut-off, excess flow check, pressure relief or multi valves that is needed, this is the place to find them. 

  • Photo of a Vent Valve

    Vent valves

    Designed to bleed off trapped liquid and help indicate when a tank is filled to its maximum capacity. Often used together with globe and angle valves.

    See our Vent valves

  • Photos of Threaded Excess Flow Valves

    Excess flow valves (threaded)

    A threaded excess flow valve is a bi-directional valve that shuts off flow in one direction if it exceeds a predetermined value. Its bleed-off feature assists in pressure equalisation.

    See our Threaded excess flow valves

  • Photos of Threaded Back Check Valves

    Back check valves (threaded)

    One-way valves that prevent the contents of a container from escaping if the piping or fittings unexpectedly break. Back check valves close off if the direction of flow changes, or if flow stops.

    See our Threaded back check valves

  • Photo of a Switchover Valve

    Switchover valves

    These valves allow flawless changeover between gas cylinders for continuous supply and minimal pressure loss. The switch can happen automatically or manually via a lever.

    See our Switchover valves

  • Photo of a Solenoid Valve

    Solenoid valves

    These electromechanical safety devices control the gas supply to appliances and pipework. Typically installed in pumping equipment, metering units, filling systems and tanks.

    See our Solenoid valves

  • Photo of a Shear-valve

    Shear valves

    Also known as fire and crash valves, shear valves provide a critical, bi-directional shut-off safety function for autogas dispensers in case of impact or dislodgement.

    See our Shear valves

  • Photo of a Service Valve for Vapour

    Service valves (vapour)

    Vapour withdrawal service on ASME and DOT containers equipped with capacity sufficient relief valves. The features can vary according to the specific requirements of the given system.

    See our Service valves (vapour)

  • Photo of a Service Valve for Liquid

    Service valves (liquid)

    Liquid and vapour withdrawal service on ASME motorfuel containers equipped with capacity sufficient relief valves. The valves can be tailored to the given system they will be installed in.

    See our Service valves (liquid)

  • Photo of a Safety Relief Valve

    Safety relief valves (SAL) - vapour

    Type SAL safety relief valves are a last-in-line defense against the unintentional activation of shut-off valves, preventing dangerous overpressure by ensuring fast relief.

    See our Safety relief valves (SAL)