Eagle America offers right angle forged steel globe valves. These valves are field repairable, they have three-stem seals for safety, they reduce monitoring costs, eliminate stem leakage, and they feature Hastelloy bellows for long life/good corrosion resistance. Valves are made from the following materials: aluminum, Monel, carbon steel, Viton, carbon steel, stainless steel, TFE, Hastelloy C, Garlock, etc.
Eagle America produces bellows seal globe valves available in various steel and stainless steel compounds. Their standard valves come in G8, F8, J, and GA series. Special variations include their C series globe valves for use in cryogenics, a critical service series, and right angle chlorine valves made especially for railroad tank cars.Website
Eagle America provides a range of steel and stainless steel bellows seal gate valves in customized designs. The W8 series, H8 series and H8 NACE series of forged steel gate valves are comprised of socket weld/threaded or flanged types, carbon steel and stainless steel materials, zero stem leakage, three stem seals for safety, and a size range for 1/2 to 2 inches. The L series of cast steel gate valves is comprised of butt weld end, butt weld and flanged, or flanged end types, carbon steel and stainless steel materials, zero stem leakage, three stem seals for safety, and a size range for 2.5 to 12 inches.
Eagle America Inc.manufactures a number of globe valves, including critical service, right angle chlorine, 150lb and 300lb class, and 1500lb class Y-pattern configurations. The company's line also includes two series of compact, forged, bolted or welded globe valves in the 800 lb. class.
Eagle America offers ANSI Class 1500 Y pattern globe valves. Valves come in 1/2" to 2" welded bonnets, and they are constructed from the following materials: alloy steel, type 316/410 stainless steel, graphite, carbon steel, forged steel, aluminum, etc. Other features include a hardfaced seating surface, three stem seals, zero maintenance or stem leakage, and inconel bellows. These valves are used for the following applications: regulated media, steam, toxic fluids, and heat transfer oil.