Walton Engineering has been supplying temperature control valves to the UK Royal Navy and other western navies for over 50 years. 

Our self acting, electric, pneumatic and gas operated valves are installed aboard almost every type of naval vessel from minehunters to aircraft carriers, and also aboard submarines. They regulate the temperature of diesel engines (jacket water, lubricating oil, and scavenge air coolers), gas turbine lubricating oil, and a wide range of auxiliary systems.

Have a look at our naval case studies.

Logistic Support Ship

Vulcano is a 27,200 tonne support ship that entered service with the Italian Navy in 2021, and is equipped with Walton electrically operated valves controlling

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Helicopter Carrier

Trieste is a landing helicopter dock (LHD) vessel under construction for the Italian Navy. Walton is pleased to be providing temperature control valves on the

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Astute Class submarines

When the builders of the latest class of nuclear-powered attack submarines for the UK’s Royal Navy needed temperature control valves for the vessels’ reactor cooling

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