Restriction Orifice

Product Summary

Restriction Orifices play a vital role in the industry, providing an effective and economical solution for pressure reduction in process lines and branches. They are simple and robust devices, known for their high precision and excellent cost-effectiveness. They play an essential role in managing pressure losses in industrial production systems.

Key Features:

  • Excellent Cost-Effectiveness: Restriction Orifices provide an economical solution for pressure reduction in industrial systems. Their simple design and effectiveness make them a cost-accessible choice for many applications.

  • Easy Installation: These devices are easy to install in process lines, ensuring a smooth integration into the existing system.
  • Material Adaptability: They can be manufactured in a variety of materials to accommodate different types of fluids in industrial piping systems.

  • High Reliability and Precision: Reliability is crucial in the industry, and Restriction Orifices offer high precision and reliability. National and international standards ensure the quality of these devices, eliminating the need for laboratory calibration.

Key Applications:

  • Mining: Used to control the flow of materials in mining processes.
  • Water and Sanitation: Contribute to efficient water flow management in treatment systems.
  • Oil and Gas: Applied in controlling the flow of petroleum and gas.
  • Oil Refineries: Essential to ensure controlled flow of refined products.
  • Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industry: Contribute to precise dosing of chemicals in manufacturing processes.
  • Food and Beverage Industry: Used to control the flow of ingredients in food and beverage production processes.
  • Pulp and Paper: Contribute to effective liquid flow management in paper manufacturing processes.
  • Steel Industry: Essential for precise control of material flow in steelmaking processes.


Restriction Orifices are designed considering fluid characteristics, pressure loss, and the specific industrial process. They operate based on the principle of permanently reducing the process pressure, using the method of calculating permanent pressure loss to generate discharge coefficients.

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