Explore sturdy industrial needle valves at F.W. Webb. A needle-shaped valve is a type of globe valve that continuously throttles to regulate the flow of gas, steam, oil, water, or air to an appliance or system. Some of the valves are threaded, connecting to the pipe with a tight seal. Made in brass, bronze, or stainless steel, these durable needle valves can withstand everyday use in an industrial system or appliance. Use our helpful filters to sort the valves by end connection, size, and end-to-end distance. Browse top-quality needle valves from trusted makers Apollo and Milwaukee Valve to find the right fit for your industrial needs.
The difference between a needle valve and a ball valve is that ball valves are used only for on-and-off operations; a needle valve is more versatile in flow control options, including throttling, on and off, and fine metering.
Needle valves have the following advantages: