Belfield Decantation Valve

Operates with as little as 5% difference in specific gravities.

The easiest, most efficient way to decant and recover a wide variety

of liquids possessing different specific gravities.

Belfield Valve Explained

The Belfield valve has been acclaimed, the easiest, most efficient way to decant and recover a wide variety of liquids possessing different specific gravities! It is automatic, extremely sensitive, versatile and provides users with a proven method for decanting or separating the heavier of two liquids. It also eliminates the many problems which occur during manual decanting of one phase in a wide range of multiphase systems, including:

No Waste

loss of product due to human error, especially where little or no colour variation exists between phases.

Detection

Detects and retains or rejects valuable interface materials containing recoverable products.

Safety

Serves as a safety device on effluent discharge systems reducing and/or eliminating pollution problems.

Automatic

Requires minimal attention, service and maintenance thereby reducing labour costs drastically.

Stainless Steel

Standard body materials of construction are either carbon steel or stainless steel, in both cases the internals are constructed from stainless steel.

Our Valued Customers

Below is a brief selection of some organisations that have benefitted from using the coveted Belfield Valve.  Be sure to be one of them.

View our online brochure

Discover more about the unique Belfield Valve today with the launch of our online brochure.  It includes detailed information about its performance and applications which best suits this industry leading decantation valve.

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True Performance

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Valve Operation

Ballasting the float. The float is ballasted by adding water via the hexagon headed screw in the top of the float to give the float positive buoyancy in the heavier liquid and negative buoyancy in the interface or lighter liquid, as required.