Didtek Forged Steel Valve the industry's widest range of forged steel valves. From stainless steel to carbon steel, common alloys to exotic alloys, we consistently use the highest caliber materials that meet the most stringent of industry codes and specifications.
Didtek Forged Steel Valve are manufactured using a process called 'forging'. Forging is based on the application of thermal energy to solid blocks of steel and then using mechanical forces to further process the steel into a finished product. This process is used to make valves that are extremely strong and tough.
Steel forging in closed dies can produce precision valve components with net shape. Less or no second machining operation will be done. Due to the pressing process of steel billet, closed die forging will greatly add the strength of valve components. Higher strength is really important for the application of valve components. The steel forging process is ideally suited to smaller valve components because of the cost of the dies as well as the cost of the forging process itself.
Mining and mine processing, agricultural and animal handling, aeronautics, automotive sector, brickworks, runoff plants, rendering factories, asphalt factories, water and power industry, healthcare, chemical production, cosmetic business, and other industries utilize Didtek Forged Steel Valves.