All valves by Maran e Peracini are manufactured in Italy. Our tests and checks on processes and component suppliers are rigorous so that we can provide our customers with valves of Made in Italy highest quality, in a sector where the reliability and the durability of the installed base are critical. Why choose a cast iron valve.
We manufacture cast iron gate valves (grey and spheroidal cast iron, depending on the model) with flat or oval body. They are available in the series PN10 and PN16 with different seal types: brass, bronze, stainless steel, cast iron, rubber wedge.
We produce swing check valves PN16 grey in cast iron, with different types of sealing: rubber, brass, bronze, steel.
Our product portfolio includes also:
Made of grey cast iron, PN16, they allow the drainage of particles and the fluid return block function does not need manual action.
They are also called impurity collectors; they are PN16, and have a drain plug.
To prevent corrosion the internal surfaces of the valves, which come into contact with the fluids, must be protected with appropriate coating. To have a general indication on the corrosion resistance of the different valves in our catalog with respect to the different fluids, we have created a reference table.
In the plants where our valves are used, excellent quality products because complex installations and difficult access make troubleshooting, extraordinary maintenance and replacements not easy: they could require unplanned plant shutdown and affect operating costs.
The features of our valves make them suitable for applications in multiple sectors:
Depending on application, requirements vary in terms of maximum temperature and operating pressure, and of the materials of the different components.
Our catalogue can be browsed by applying the search filters and includes valves suitable for high temperatures (max 150 ° C), PN 10 and PN 16. For each valve a detailed sheet shows all the specific features, fields of application, available variants and compliance with different standards (ISO / EN / ANSI / BS) and PED (Pressure Equipment Directive).