Slurry Valves

Keramos slurry valves are designed to perform in demanding highly abrasive processing conditions. Utilising abrasion resistant materials such as ceramic, rubber and polyurethane, Keramos slurry valves provide cost savings through performance longevity and reduced maintenance.


Slurry Valves

Hard rock mineral processing is typically a very abrasive environment, and flow control or isolation valves operating in this environment need to be built to withstand these harsh conditions.  Keramos has developed a range of slurry valves that incorporate abrasion resistant materials such as ceramics, rubber and polyurethane as the main wear components.  These valve lining materials can provide far superior performance compared with traditional valves that are designed for water or other non-abrasive fluid applications.

Our range of slurry valves includes:

  • Ball Valves
  • Knife Gate Valves
  • Check Valves
  • TT Style Self-Actuating Valves
  • Butterfly Valves
  • Diaphragm Valves

Keramos slurry valves deliver cost savings through longer performance and reduced maintenance.  Better performance means that your plant is operating as intended, providing reliable and improved production.


Technical Details

The range of Keramos slurry valves covers many typical processing applications.  The technical information provided below is typical of the slurry valves across our range, however, a full breakdown for each style of valve is not provided here.  Our sales team will be happy to provide specific details.  Typical technical details for our slurry valve range are as listed below.

Pressure Range
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Class150-Class2500, PN10-PN420.

Valve Size
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DN15-DN600, NPS1/2-NPS24

Operation Type
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Manual, gearbox, pneumatic, electric, hydraulic.

Connection End
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Flanged, Lugged, Wafer, BSP, NPT, etc.

Valve Materials
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Alumina, Zirconia, ZTA, Silicon Carbide, Rubber, Polyurethane.

Design Standards
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