LowFlow Valve used to be a part of Jordan Valve – a company that sold pressure regulators, back pressure regulators, control valves, temperature regulators and a variety of accessories.
In 2008, the decision was made to put more emphasis on Jordan Valve’s fractional flow valves, hence Low Flow Valves. In March 2009, Low Flow stood on it’s own to become Richards Industries sixth product line. LowFlow control valves are often used in a laboratory or pilot plant applications. Installations such as these frequently require valve trim changes in order to meet varying flow requirements for a given application