Smith Valve is a division of The Newdell Company, which was established as an industrial manufacturer and wholesaler of valves used in the petrochemical, chemical, and refinery markets. It is currently privately held with its headquarters in Houston, Texas. The Newdell Company is the exclusive North American distributor for PK (Pan Korea) industrial valves. PK has been producing API 600, API 603 and ASME/ANSI B16.34 valves.
The Newdell Corporation makes Smith Valves ball check valves, such as the B80 ball check valve and SB80 spring ball check valve, available in sizes from 1/4" to 2" with a threaded or socket weld. These valves comply with API 602 and ASME B16.34 and is made from stainless steel, aluminum, and forged steel.Website
A division of The Newdell Company, Smith Valve offers its ball type check valves with various end connections and pressure classes from 150 through 2500 psi. Ball type check valves include conventional bolted cap valves with threaded end, and bolted cap spring ball type valves with threaded and flanged ends in various classes and valve sizes.Website
Smith valve is a manufacturer of piston, ball and swing check valves. End connections and pressure classes from 150 through 2500 are available in all types. Choose from body materials of A105, LF2, F11, F5, F22, F9, 316/316L, 304/304L, 316H, 304H, 317/317L, 321, 347, 347H, F51, F44, F20, I825, I600, and M400. Smith's Class 800 threaded and socketweld check valves include bolted cap piston, spring piston, ball, spring ball and swing types.Website
Smith Valve manufactures gate valves with threaded, socket weld, flanged end and extended body types. Each type of gate valve is then further designed in conventional or full port designs with pressure classes ranging from 150 to 2500. Gate valves are manufactured in A105, LF2, F11, F5, F22, F9, 316/316L, 304/304L,316H, 304H, 317/317L, 321, 347, 347H, F51, F44, F20, I825, I600 AND M400 materials.
Smith manufactures a number of globe valves, including bolted, welded bonnet, threaded, sock weld, flanged, and weld end types. Pressure classes include 150 through 25000. All products are manufactured in accordance with API 602 and ASME B16.34 standards.