A Cast Iron Control Valve is made from a ferrous metal alloy that primarily consists of iron, carbon, and silicon, with carbon content exceeding 2% and typically ranging from 1–3% silicon. The specific properties of the valve are influenced by the carbon content, additional elements, and the heat and cooling processes used during production. Cast iron control valves are known for their durability and are used in various industrial applications where their specific properties, such as strength and machinability, are advantageous.