Why Troy Mud Valves?

Long Live the Mud Valve!
So reliable it's legendary.
Long Live the Mud Valve!

Troy Valve has been manufacturing mud valves for over 25 years, but the original Mueller Company design dates back nearly 80 years! Sure, over that time we’ve refined and tweaked the original valve, but what you see today is nothing but time-tested, good old-fashioned engineering.

Cast Iron Epoxy Coated Mud Valves

Cast Iron Epoxy Coated Mud Valves

For typical water treatment tanks and basins or industrial spill or overflow containment.

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Stainless Steel Mud Valves

Stainless Steel Mud Valves

For heavy duty uses ranging from very corrosive environments to potable drinking water plants.

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Mud Valve Operators

Mud Valve Operators

Find all the operator options and accessories you need for opening and closing your mud valve.

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What Makes a Troy Mud Valve Unique?

SS Mud Valve

1. Iconic Arch Shape
Polished design adds structural integrity for longer valve lifetime.

2. Made in the USA
Machining, assembly, paint, testing. It’s all done right here, so we can promise quality through and through.

3. Low Torque Stem
Designed to make operation easier and reduce actuator size.

4. Hydraulic Relief Slots
Dirty water can wash out and escape the drive area, instead of drying or compacting over time, which can cause thread damage and failure.

5. Resilient Gasket to Metal Seat
Our standard base design creates a bubble-tight seal around common debris, ensuring leak-free operation.

6. Cast Design
As opposed to older fabrication techniques, our casting process enables our valves to have fewer components and joints, reducing the likelihood of failures.

7. Modular Plug/Seat Design
Configured for easy disassembly in the case of maintenance or replacement.

8. Grout Pocket
Unique to our stainless steel design, the grout pocket allows grout to be flush with the drain hole, enabling tanks to empty completely. No other valve on the market has this feature!

Face the Dirty Truth

Mud valves are commonly used as drain valves in the bottom of water and wastewater treatment basins and tanks, but they’re also used in industrial applications with spill or overflow containment basins. So it goes without saying that when you’re looking for a new mud valve, reliability and longevity is a key concern. Because, let’s face it, nobody wants to clean up that mess.