Water and wastewater processing may utilize either water or air as the actuation media for the application. In either situation, high flow as well as reliability is paramount. If the application utilizes water, which is considered one of the most difficult media, as it differs widely from location and application, the valves and components must be able to tolerate a wide range of water types, quality and conditions. Due to the quality and materials that Versa offers, it has always seen water process as a market to successfully service. The growing need for water treatment has prompted Versa to develop a product to meet all these issues in a very cost-effective package. The modifications engineered into Versa’s Super Water Valves are based on decades of experience in the design, manufacture and application of directional control valves in the water industry and related fields. In fact, in 1949 Versa introduced the “V” Series product line which is primarily used for this application. The basis of Versa’s Super Water Valve is the “V” and “T” Series product lines with enhanced options to reliably perform under these difficult water conditions.
If the application utilizes air for water filtration, they don’t require the same material properties, but demand the highest quality and flow available. If this is the case, Versa offers a wide selection of NAMUR or C-series aluminum that may be used in tandem with the vane actuators