Control valves are valves used in pipelines to control operating conditions such as flow, pressure, temperature, and liquid level by fully or partially opening or closing in response to a process signal. Fisher®, Baumann™, and POSI-SEAL™ brand control valves can be located via links on this page.
Eccentric Plug Valves
The eccentric plug rotary control valve features an eccentrically mounted plug or ball, which combines rotary valve efficiency with globe valve ruggedness.
Full Bore Pipeline Ball Valves
Full bore pipeline ball valves provide a solution for throttling and service applications in gas transmission lines, gas distribution, or liquid pipelines.
High Performance Butterfly Valves
Fisher High Performance Butterfly Valves feature an eccentrically mounted disc and are known for their wide application range and shutoff capability.
- View the data sheet for Fisherr 8510 and 8510B Eccentric Disc Control Valves (EMA)
- View the data sheet for Fisher 8510 and 8510B Eccentric Disc Control Valves (EMA)
- View the data sheet for Fisher 8532 High-Performance Butterfly Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher 8560 Eccentric Disc Butterfly Control Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher 8580 Rotary Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher 8590 High-Performance Butterfly Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher CL600 Control-Disk™ Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher A11 High-Performance Butterfly Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher POSI-SEALt A31A High-Performance Butterfly Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher POSI-SEALt A31D Double-Flange High-Performance Butterfly Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher A41 High-Performance Butterfly Valve
- View the data sheet for Fisher POSI-SEAL™ A81 Rotary Valve
Segmented Ball Valves
Vee-ball segmented ball valves feature a patented V-notch ball. The V-notch ball produces an equal-percentage flow characteristic for a broad control range
Sanitary valves are designed to meet the stringent demands of today's state-of-the-art Life Science facilities.
Sliding Stem Valves
Sliding stem valves offer a broad range of types, sizes, and materials for demanding high-pressure steam and hydrocarbon service.
General & Chemical Service Globe Valves
General and chemical service applications include general, utility, and corrosive services. Many valves can be used for more than one type of service, depending on the actual temperatures, pressures, process fluids, and other conditions.
High Pressure Globe Valves
High pressure globe valves are rugged, single-port, angle valves for applications in power, refining, hydrocarbon, chemical, and other industries.
Low Flow Valves
Low flow valves offer increasing rangeability with decreasing Cv ratings. Rugged, corrosion resistant assemblies reduce installation & maintenance.
Universal Globe Valves
Universal globe valves are available in a variety of construction materials, flow characteristics and end connections. Complementary accessories also available.
Fisher® FIELDVUE™ DVC6200f Digital Valve Controller
FIELDVUE™ DVC6200f digital valve controllers are communicating, microprocessor-based current-to-pneumatic instruments with linkage-less, non-contact travel feedback.
Fisher® FIELDVUE™ DVC2000 Digital Valve Controller
FIELDVUE DVC2000 digital valve controllers are HART communicating, microprocessor-based current-to-pneumatic instruments.
Fisher® FIELDVUE™ DVC6200 Digital Valve Controller
DVC6200 digital valve controllers convert a two wire 4-20 mA control signal into a pneumatic output to an actuator.
Fisher® FIELDVUE™ DVC6200 SIS Digital Valve Controller
DVC6200 SIS Digital Valve Controller is a for use in valve applications such as Emergency Shutdown, Blow Down, Venting, and Isolation.
Fisher electric valve actuators use electricity as the power source to provide a stem force output for a variety of process applications.
Fisher manual actuators are capable of giving precise manual throttling control and can be used on nearly all globe or angle-style valve body assemblies.
Pneumatic actuators are usually air operated and provide high stem force output for demanding service conditions.
Fisher pressure reducing regulators maintain desired outlet pressure providing the required flow to satisfy a variable downstream demand. The level at which the reduced pressure is maintained is the outlet pressure setting of the regulator.
Relief / Backpressure
Fisher backpressure regulators maintain desired upstream pressure by varying the flow in response to changes in upstream pressure. Pressure relief valves provide overpressure protection in case of unexpected pressure buildup.