Lined Valve Company, Inc.
Lined Valve Company has been building Knife Gate and Slide Gate Valves since 1995. The line of knife gate valves that we offer is extensive. We offer a range of standard valves which can all be customized to fit your application. Our product line includes: resilient seated, metal seated, slide gate, bonneted, and custom valves. We specialize in custom knife gate valves from 2? to 96” and above, utilizing carbon steel to stainless steels and other weldable alloys. The line of resilient and metal seat cast knife gate valves extend from 2? to 24” in ductile iron or stainless steel. Our staff has many years of combined experience in building knife gate valves, and we handle every facet of the fabrication process from engineering to fabrication. You will find support from Lined Valve Company responsive and committed.


675 Mitchell Avenue
Woodland, WA 98674
United States
Toll-free: 888-256-5799
Phone: 360-225-1230

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Valve, Accessories; Valve, Actuators; Valves, Check; Valves, Control; Valves, Resilient Seat

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