Since 1978 Fluid Flow Controls LLC has been involved in the development and manufacturing of products for a multitude of industries. Most of these products being self-operating valves providing cost effective and reliable solutions for customer issues related to fluid flow control.


Below you can find examples of our valves used in various applications throughout the world.


Flow control protection for homes, boats, and RV's


Freezing and overheating of fluids is a problem every home, RV, and boat owner has concern. Our freeze protection line of products provide peace of mind before you leave the house as well as while you are away from the house, in your RV, or boat in all kinds of weather.


Flow control for cars, buses, and other transportation related vehicles


Many buses, trains and other vehicles have some type of fluid circulating throughout the vehicle. When vehicles are in yards, for service or repairs, fluid in tanks and lines can freeze or overheat resulting in cracked lines. Using our freeze protection valves will prevent the sitting fluids from causing any freeze or over temperature damage to the lines or tanks.


Flow control in other commercial applications


Various commercials related to fire sprinkler systems, shipbuilding, and yacht docks have fluid supply lines and fire control lines that are vulnerable to various weather conditions. 


Our valves are able to provide valuable protection to prevent lines from freezing and overheating the fluid flowing through those pipes. Even if these lines have electric or steam tracing our valves provide a valuable backup to the primary solution.


Solar hot water system freeze and over-temp protection


Solar hot water panels can freeze or exceed hot water temperatures recommended by the manufacturer. Our valves will open at 35 degrees Fahrenheit to release water in order to prevent water freezing and cracking the pipes. As the water temperature rises the valve closes again to stop the release of water. The same valve will also open when internal water temperatures reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit, before the PVC glue can melt and cause leaks in hot water solar panels.