Pars Regulator Corp. 2-Way Manifold Valves

2-Way Manifold Valves

2-Way valve manifolds are designed for connecting system impulse line & transmitters. These Manifolds consist of two valve configurations which allow for easy isolation, calibration, block and bleed for gauges, pressure switches and static pressure transmitting instruments. These manifolds are rugged in construction to withstand high pressures and temperatures. These Manifold Valves combine the functions of a tee, calibration valve, isolation valve and all tubing and fittings into a single compact unit thus reducing the number of fittings and space required for installation.


  • One Piece Bar Stock Forged Body for high strength and fully safety.
  • Bonnet lock prevents accidents disassembly.
  • Stem threads rolled and hard plated provides maximum service life.
  • Two Part Stem tip stellated and hardened provides excellent flow control and ensures bubble-tight shut off.
  • Ball Tip design: Which forms a bearing joint with the stem eliminates rotation between plug & seat at closure. This prevents scoring and galling up the valve seat and ensures long life in repetitive shut off service.
  • Packing below stem threads prevents stem lubrication washout and isolates threads from system fluids.
  • Hard seats are designed to reduce packing friction giving very low torque operation.

Different types of 2 Way Manifold Valves?

For the pressure transmitter, a 2-way valve manifold is used. One block valve and one drain or test valve make up a conventional 2-way valve manifold. Let’s begin. 


Pars Regulator offers you the best manifold valves to make your work go smoothly and with a cycle without any leakage of fluids or gases. There are some of the characteristics of these 2-way manifold valves and they are: 

  • A wide range of materials is offered.
  • Low-torque operation with a high-pressure level There is up to 15000 psi available. 
  • Compact design heck Valve comes with Male/Female NPT (National Pipe Taper), BSPT (British Standard Pipe Taper), and BSPP (British Standard Parallel Pipe) end connectors, as well as dust caps.


Direct Connect or inline 2-way Manifold valve 

Direct connect 2-way manifolds have female or male process connections and are also known as inline, block and bleed, and block and bleed 2-way manifolds. To connect this type of manifold to transmitters, a male National Pipe Taper (NPT) is used.

For these manifolds, only a 2-valve panel with a 12″ NPT (National pipe taper) process connection is available. Female process connections are common on these manifolds, although male process connections are also accessible.

Coplanar 2-way Manifold Valve 

2-valve assembly coplanar manifolds with direct process connection on a coplanar manifold

On a coplanar manifold, a 2-valve system with a direct process connection

Coplanar manifolds have a process connection that comes in from the bottom, avoiding the requirement for a process flange. They’re available with two valves and a two-valve gas metering setup. Process connection sizes of 12″ and 14″ are offered on coplanar manifolds.

Traditional 2 Way Manifold Valve

Traditional manifolds have a side connector. It’s feasible to get them with two valves. Some traditional manifolds need a flange, whereas others do not. These manifolds come with 12″ and 14″ technique connectors.

Conventional 2-way Manifold Valve

Conventional Manifolds are a kind of 2-way manifold that has been around for an extended time. A traditional manifold has a 2-valve structure. If you need a totalizer manifold on the flank of a process flange rather than instantly on a pressure transmitter detector, you’ll be required to utilize a normal manifold. Choice and traditional flanges are words used to characterize these flanges. There are two-valve conventional manifolds available. On the device side, there is a 2 18″ center-to-center association.