Manufacturer & Supplier of Valves for the Mining Industry

Experienced and trusted Australian manufacturer of mining valves

Our engineers leverage our decades of research and experience in the mining industry to design cost-effective, long-term solutions for our customers. Our valves are built to withstand abrasive and corrosive media used in many refining processes.


Decades of experience supplying valves to the mining industry

We provide a range of durable, cost-effective, and industry-proven mining valves. Each valve is designed to help you prevent shutdown, protect people and the environment and meet industry compliance. We appreciate the uniqueness of every project. Thus, we also provide the option for custom-made speciality products to order.

Our high-quality mining valves are built to perform and withstand abrasive and corrosive media used in many refining processes.

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High Quality, Long Life Mining Valve Range

The choice of Australian-manufactured valves by John Valves for the mining industry industry is grounded in their commitment to quality, efficiency, and versatility, vital attributes in this demanding sector. Their range includes knife gate, butterfly, gate and check valves, each designed to meet specific oil and gas operations challenges.

The long history of John Valves, dating back to 1896, coupled with their adherence to ISO 9001 standards, reflects their deep understanding of the industry’s requirements and commitment to quality. This extensive experience ensures that their valves are not only of high quality but also tailored to the specific demands of the mining industry.

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Custom Solutions for the Mining Industry.

Recognising that each project has its own set of unique requirements, John Valves is also your go-to source for custom-made specialty valves. Whether it’s for a specific project or a unique challenge, we tailor our solutions to meet your exact needs, ensuring compliance with industry standards and environmental safety.

Your Safety and Compliance Partner

Our products are more than just hardware; they are integral components that prevent shutdowns, protect people, and preserve the environment. We ensure that every valve we supply not only meets but exceeds industry compliance standards.


Valve Repair & Reconditioning for the Mining Industry

In the mining industry, the longevity and efficiency of valve systems are crucial. Our valve repair & reconditioning service is dedicated to ensuring that your valves function optimally, extending their lifespan and enhancing performance.

We specialise in restoring valves to their original specifications, using advanced techniques and quality parts. Our skilled technicians can handle a wide range of valve types, ensuring they meet the stringent demands of the mining & resource sector.

With our service, you can expect reduced downtime, cost savings, and a commitment to environmental sustainability by prolonging the life of your existing valve infrastructure.

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Frequently Asked Valve Questions

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 The most common types include ball valves, butterfly valves, gate valves, globe valves, check valves, pinch valves, diaphragm valves, knife gate valves, and pressure relief valves. Each type serves specific functions like flow control, pressure regulation, and preventing backflow.

Valves play a crucial role in controlling the flow of various substances, including hazardous chemicals and gases. Proper use and maintenance of valves prevent leaks and spills, thereby reducing the risk of accidents and ensuring the safety of the mining environment.

Key factors include the type of medium being handled (e.g., slurry, gas, chemicals), pressure and temperature conditions, the material of the valve (for corrosion and abrasion resistance), the valve’s response time, and compliance with industry standards and regulations.

Yes, valves like pinch valves, diaphragm valves, and certain types of knife gate valves are designed to handle abrasive and corrosive materials. They are built with materials and designs that resist wear and corrosion.

 Environmental regulations often dictate the need for valves that ensure minimal leakage and can control the release of harmful substances. This includes valves with tight shut-off capabilities and those made from environmentally compliant materials.

Yes, many modern valves are equipped with actuators for automation. This allows for remote and precise control of the valve operations, which is essential for safety and efficiency in mining operations.

Regular inspection for wear and tear, timely lubrication, checking for leaks and corrosion, and ensuring that the valves are operating within their specified parameters are essential maintenance practices.

The material of the valve affects its resistance to corrosion and abrasion, its strength under high-pressure conditions, and its overall durability. Materials like stainless steel, brass, and specialized alloys are commonly used for their robust properties.

Valves control the flow and pressure of water and slurries in dewatering systems, ensuring efficient removal of water from mine sites for processing and environmental management.

Yes, there are industry-specific standards that dictate the design, testing, and performance criteria for valves used in mining. These standards ensure that valves meet safety, efficiency, and environmental compliance requirements.