Aerospace • Valves

Valves are used to regulate, direct or control the flow of a variety of gases and fluids. Valve types include ball, check, butterfly, hydraulic and more.

Valves are used to regulate, direct or control the flow of a variety of gases and fluids. Valve types include ball, check, butterfly, hydraulic and more.

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  • Rostra Vernatherm

    Rostra's three port aerospace valves divert fluid to maintain optimum temperature through any cooling or heating system once the proper optimum operating temperature has been reached. Two models are available made of aluminum and brass with a temperature range of 30-300ºF. PSI ranges of 10-60 or 10-200 are available, as well as flow rates of 15 or 25 GPM.

  • Parker Hannifin Corp.

    Parker is a manufacturer of valves for aircraft, aerospace, military and marine applications. Types include hydraulic, pneumatic, electrohydraulic servo, fuel activated, fuel breakaway, single shut-off, solenoid, ball, needle, waste drain, and more.

  • TR Engineering, Inc.

    TR Engineering is a manufacturer of hydraulic valves and custom-designed fluid power systems for the aerospace, marine, and petrochemical industries. Valve types include directional control, multi-directional control, stainless steel directional control, and relief valves.

  • Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co.

    Aircraft Spruce is a supplier of aircraft drain valves from SAF-Air and Curtis, as well as a supplier of fuel drain valve kits for Piper, Cessna and Beechcraft. Types of aircraft drain valves include flush, lock open, specialty fuel, flush mounted, and quick drain.

  • Aero Space Controls Corp.

    Aero Space Controls manufactures pneumatic valves in shut-off, check, mixing, bleed air, temperature regulating, and pressure regulating configurations. Also available are flow control valves (FCV's) that utilize bleed air from the engine to provide heat and pressure to the aircraft cabin.

  • The Lee Co.

    Lee IMH aircraft check valves are a threadless, cartridge-style insert designed for simple installation into manifolds. These check valves offer long-term performance up to 28 MPa (4000 psid) and 149°C (300°F) or higher. Shuttle valves are also available.

  • Whittaker Controls

    Whittaker's aircraft valves are designed to increase jet engine effeciency, maintain environmental conditions, reduce aircraft weight, and enhance aircraft and engine reliability. Typical aircraft valves produced by Whittaker Controls include pneumatic, hydraulic and fuel types.

  • Firstmark Aerospace Corporation

    Firstmark Aerospace's flux valves are used on commercial and military aircraft like the Embraer 135/145 and the Boeing F18 E/F. A flux valve is a magnetic sensory device that transmits data to an aircraft compass system.

  • Emerson Process Management

    Emerson Process Management is a supplier of Daniel aircraft refueling valves. These Daniel 600 Series control valves accurately control flow rates up to 1,200 gallons per minute. Features include surge control at the wing manifold to safely protect the aircraft fuel system.

  • Woodward

    Woodwoard aircraft turbine air valves are built for harsh environments, including high temperature  (1400°F) and severe exhaust contamination. Features include flow body designs capable of meeting Class IV “bubble tight” sealing per ANSI/FCI 70-2.

  • Aircraft Parts Express (Apex)

    Aircraft Parts Express (Apex) is a supplier of aircraft fuel and oil drain valves and seals for Cessna, Mooney, Piper, Voyager, Grumman, Gulfstream, Beechcraft, and many other aircraft.

  • Quality Aircraft Accessories

    Quality Aircraft Accessories offers Parker aircraft de-ice control valves, aircraft vacuum manifolds, pressure manifolds, and check valves. Aircraft de-icing control valves manage the system when it is not in use by venting system air and by blocking venting during the de-icing process.

  • Westfield Hydraulics Inc.

    Westfield Hydraulics is a manufacturer of powered and non-powered valves for aerospace and industrial use. Also available are electromechanical devices and fluid powered assemblies.

  • Pelmor Laboratories

    Pelmor Laboratories custom manufactures silicone seals for use in flapper valves on aircraft escape chutes and life flotation systems. Features include an elastomer for harsh environments, engineering and molding capabilities, and rubber-to-fabric and rubber-to-metal bonding qualities.

  • Homestead/Mosser Valve

    Homestead Valves offers plug valves for aircraft plants. Applications include test tunnels, hot water, condensate, hydraulic testing, plating tanks, solvents, missile ground handling, engine test racks, jet fuels and rocket fuels.

  • Chief Aircraft Inc

    Chief Aircraft offers strut valves and valve cores for the aircraft industry. Strut valves come in either 1500 psi or 5000 psi.

  • Trade-A-Plane

    Trade-A-Plane has new and used aircraft valves for sale for Cessna, Fresno and Dawson aircraft.

  • F.W. Webb Co.

    The F.W. Webb Company offers engineered specialty products, bio-tech and pharmaceutical products, piping, pumps, plumbing and refrigeration products, and commercial and residential HVAC products.

  • Industrial Specialties Mfg.

    Industrial Specialties Mfg. is a manufacturer and distributor of miniature pneumatic, vacuum and fluid circuitry components. Available products include valves in standard and miniature sizes in both plastic and metal. Valve stlyes offered include check valves, flow control valves, ball valves, needle valves, oil drain valves, stopcocks, pinch valves, relief valves, quarter turn valves, metering valves and others.