Valves (9 categories)

Ball Valves

Ball valves feature an internal ball that rotates on a 90 degree axis. A hole through the center of the ball allows water to pass freely when open. When closed, the ball blocks...

Hydrostatic Relief Valves

Hydrostatic relief valves are installed on the pool floor when you drain your pool. They are designed to allow water to enter the pool rather than create potentially damaging w...

Butterfly Valves

Rotating the actuator of a butterfly valve turns an internal disc either perpendicular or parallel to the water flow. These butterfly valves are the industry standard valves fo...

Check Valves

A check valve allows flow in one direction and prevents flow in the opposite direction. Check valves are self-automated, and do not require intervention to open or close.

Diverter Valves

By operating the level of a diverter valve, you can alter the flow of water from one outlet to another. Choose from either 2-way or 3-way valves depending on your needs.

Float Valves

Pool water levels vary based on bather load. The more swimmers in the pool, the higher the water rises. When swimmers leave the pool, the water level lowers. As the water level...

Gate Valves

Gate valves are designed for fully open or fully closed usage. They are not designed to regulate flow rate. When the control mechanism is turned, and internal gate rises or low...

Solenoid Valves

A solenoid valve is an electro-mechanically operated valve. The valve is controlled by running an electric current through a solenoid which in turn switches the water flow on o...

Valve Actuators

A valve actuator is controlled by a timer or automation system to open or close a valve. They are extremely useful for water features, cleaning operations, and much more.

Valves for Swimming Pools

Pipe valves are devices used to regulate or control the flow of liquid or gas within a pipe. Some are used to regulate flow rate, others are used to stop it completely to prevent flooding or allow repairs.