Hunt Valve Releases High-Pressure Water Valve Selection Checklist

Hunt Valve, a fluid power engineering company specializing in severe-duty valves and components, has published a free infographic that features expert advice on how to select a high-pressure water valve for an industrial application. Download this free resource to review four essential steps required to identify the ideal water valve during the planning stages of circuit design.hunt valve selection checklist

“If you’re an experienced engineer, you know how important it is to plan ahead when designing hydraulic or pneumatic circuits. This is especially vital when selecting high-pressure water valves,” explained Brad Sterner, Hunt Valve’s president and CEO. “If you take the time to analyze the application parameters and select the right valve during the design phase, you’ll maximize the safety, useful life and overall efficiency of your hydraulic or pneumatic system.”

Hunt Valve’s latest infographic features the following four-point checklist:
1. Establish the operating parameters: Determine the specific requirements for closed-loop and open-ended systems.
2. Plan ahead for heavy-duty challenges: Fight against premature wear and water hammer.
3. Choose the best valve design: Discover three of the most popular high-pressure water valve designs.
4. Select the ideal valve configuration: Review six common industrial valve configurations for hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.
To learn more about Hunt Valve’s free resources designed to help plant and maintenance engineers optimize their military and industrial applications, visit

About Hunt Valve
Hunt Valve brings decades of fluid power engineering innovations and solutions to a wide range of industrial and military customers. It specializes in severe-duty valves and complementary engineered components and system solutions for applications that include primary metals (steel, aluminum), energy (nuclear, hydro, downstream oil & gas), process (chemical) and U.S. Navy nuclear-powered vessels, including all submarines and carriers in operation as well as the Virginia Class, Ford Class and soon-to-be-in-production Ohio Replacement. To learn more about the Experts in Extreme Engineering, visit

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