Fire Fighting Types of Equipment and Valves

AS FIREs are breaking out in commercial and residential buildings, the fire fighting system has emerged as the most critical system that has to be installed right in the beginning. This is the only way to protect human life and property. The fire fighting system usually consists of three basic parts:
1. Storage: a large store of water in tanks- underground or on the terrace.
2. a specialized pumping system, comprising an adequate network of pipes with hydrants/ or sprinklers to deliver the stored water right at the place of fire.

A sprinkler is a nozzle linked to the pipes network that can be activated manually or automatically through sprinklers. Incorporated in 2005, SKG PNEUMATICS INC. manufactures all products needed like fire fighting system, fire sprinkler, ball valve, with built-in trust and reliability in this demanding domain where being failsafe is critical. Each product scores the highest in durability and engineering aspects and confirms or exceed international standards. Each undergoes stringent testing to conform to the highest standards of quality and all the principles, already possess ISO certification.

New Age Fire Fighting Types of equipment and Valves

We as SKG Pneumatics are dealing with New Age Fire Fighting Equipment, which is designed and fabricated with superior grading raw materials and the latest technologies. Our New Age Fire Fighting Equipment is of unmatched standards quality and guarantee increased productivity and optimum functionality. Fire Fighting Equipment as per requirement and provide them in varied specifications as well.

1. Sprinkler

1. Standard Response Sprinkler

Quick Response Sprinklers are of two types:
a) Pendant SprinklerQuick
b) Upright Sprinkler.

2.Concealed Type Sprinkler

New Age Concealed Sprinkler is designed to meet both aesthetic and practical requirements for airport, high-class hotel, luxurious apartment, and sports facility. Its unique concealed installation hides the sprinkler behind the cover plate assembly provides 10mm of field adjustment capability, resulting in an easily accomplished tight fit against the ceiling.

3. Quick Response Type Sprinkler

NewAge Quick Response Sprinkler is ideal for use in a polluted area where mass human damage is expected such as school, hospital, office building, hotel, restaurant, auditorium and other facilities with similar occupancy.
Quick Response Sprinklers are of two types:
1.Pendant SprinklerQuick
2.Upright Sprinkler.

2. Hydrant Valve

a) Oblique Type Landing Valve-Stainless Steel
b) Double Outlet Type Landing Valve – Stainless Steel
c) Oblique type Landing Valve – Gunmetal
d) Double Outlet Type Landing Valve – Gunmetal

3. Hose Reel Drum

4. Branch Pipe

5. RRL Hose

6. Draw Out Connection

7. Inlet Breeching


A company is what its team is. We as SKG Pneumatics suppliers of Industrial Valves have painstakingly assembled a workforce that is passionate to achieve customer satisfaction, completely in line with our company vision and work-ethics.


Our goods form an important part of the workability of their respective machinery and system. We respect this fact and thus, ensure that each of our manufacturers delivers products adhering to international guidelines and standards.

Different Types Of Hydraulic Valves

Hydraulic valves direct any type of flow of liquid medium through a hydraulic system and control the flowing fluid. There are different systems utilized in hydraulic to enable this to happen. Valves can be precisely worked (by handle, handle or cam), electric solenoid-worked, or pilot-worked (air or water powered weight incites the valve). A few valves utilize the weight of the circuit’s liquid to activate themselves, as with alleviation valves. Valves can likewise be incited with links, switches, plungers, torque engines, etc. There are many industrial valves supplier in the market which provides different types of valve for various purpose in which the most common valve the use water valve. Here some other valves which we supply to our clients.

Hydraulic Pressure Reducing Valve

Hydraulic pressure valve exerts its pressure by the hydraulic fluid in all the direction and exerts the force per unit area. Thus hydraulic pressure is used in various hydraulic systems like jaws of life, metal shears, automobile brakes, car crusher etc.

Butterfly Valve

A valve comprising of a pivoting round plate or a couple of pivoted half-circle plates appended to a transverse shaft and mounted inside a pipe so as to manage or forestall stream. Butterfly valves work comparatively to ball valves. Pivoting (rotating) the handle, either physically or with a pneumatic framework, turns the plate opposite or parallel to the stream of the liquid.

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Valve

A solenoid valve is an electrically enacted valve, regularly used to control the stream or heading of air or fluid in liquid power frameworks. Solenoid valves are utilized in both hydraulic pressure and pneumatic pressure power system, and regularly in either poppet or spool arrangements.

Check Valve

A check valve, non-return valve, reflux valve, maintenance valve or single direction valve is a valve that ordinarily permits liquid (fluid or gas) to course through it in just a single bearing.

Globe valve

It has a unique relation to ball valve, is a sort of valve utilized for controlling stream in a pipeline, comprising of a portable plate type component and a stationary ring seat in a for the most part round body. These globe valves are generally used in the petroleum industry.

Ball valve

A ball valve is a type of quarter-turn valve which utilizes an empty, punctured and rotating ball to control move through it. It is open when the ball’s gap is in accordance with the stream and shut when it is turned 90-degrees by the valve handle. The handle lies level in arrangement with the stream when open, and is opposite to it when shut, making for simple visual affirmation of the valve’s status.

Ball valves are solid, performing great after numerous cycles, and dependable, shutting safely even after extensive stretches of neglect. These characteristics settle on them a brilliant decision for shut off and control applications, where they are frequently linked to doors and globe valves, yet they come up short on their fine control in throttling application. India’s leading supplier – SKG PNEUMATICS INC  is a one-stop destination for a complete range of industrial equipment, customized to the requirements of various industries.

Pressure Reducing Valve – Applications & Installation

Pressure Reducing Valves or more commonly Water Pressure Reducing valves lower the pressure of in rushing water/ steam/fluid to a manageable and predetermined level usually at a constant level to make it safer. Utilized in residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial installations the downstream pressure is ensured through a pressure adjustment valve setting. The modern models also incorporate an external sensor for the same purpose. Similarly, the Pressure Independent Control Valve (PICV) includes a tiny diaphragm type DPCV to ensure a constant differential pressure across the opening such that a constant flow rate is maintained.

Pressure reducing valves are categorized into two types — direct acting and pilot operated. These employ globe or angle style bodies. Direct acting valves have gained more popularity as they comprise globe-type bodies with a spring-loaded, and a heat-resistant diaphragm linked to the outlet valve that connects a spring. The spring, on the other hand, presets tension on the valve seat that is a pressure equalizing mechanism in order to gain precise water pressure control. 

SKG PNEUMATICS INC is India’s leading supplier and the top-notch, one-stop destination for a complete range of industrial products, customized to the requirements of various industries. Each product is a result of extensive testing and engineering excellence for trustworthy durability and resilience-ensured through multiple stringent quality controls. SKG PNEUMATICS partner with the best in the industry to bring best in class products including all valves like Ball valves, Air Pressure Reducing Valve, pressure regulator valve et al at great value due to its durability.  



  1. Determine first the inlet water pressure. Attain it BY ATTACHING  A PRESSURE GAUGE TO HOSE SILL Cock. Ideal house water pressure should be measured at around 50 PSI.
  2. In case pressure exceeds excessively, install the pressure-reducing valve.
  3. Using threaded pipe and fittings, attach a pressure gauge, an initial step to the pressure-reducing valve at each side.
  4. Place the pressure-reducing valve assembly against water pipe to draw the mark for cutting the pipe.
  5. After Shut off the water mains, drain water from the piping system.
  6. Employ a tubing cutter for removing a water pipe section, from the marks made in Step 4.
  7. Remove from valve assembly both the pressure gauges and rubber O-rings.
  8. Brush flux the valve assembly ends onto the ends of the water pipe.
  9. Solder valve assembly to the water pipe as part of the piping system that is made of copper.
  10. Reinstall the pressure gauges and O-rings, after assembly cools.
  11. After turning on the water take a reading of the pressure gauge placed on the outlet side of the valve.
  12. In case water pressure is above 50 PSI (too high), the adjusting screw on the valve should be turned counterclockwise.
  13. On the other hand in case the water pressure is less than 50 PSI ( too low )  the adjusting screw on the valve should be turned clockwise.


The same installation can follow all similar steps including pressure control valve, water prv.

In hydraulics, a pressure reducing valve serves the same purpose as apressure regulator valve in a compressed air system and will lessen the pressure in one branch but enable full system pressure operations at other branches. Installed directly after the water meter in homes, commercial buildings, and industrial plants, a ( water) pressure reducing valve automatically reduces the pressure to a lower, more utilizable pressure from the main supply.


  • Protecting electric hot water storage heaters and household appliances
  • Building and domestic installations
  • Collective installations
  • Industrial installations