Business Type : Manufacturer, Exporter
|Size||2″ to 24″|
|CLASS||150# / 300#|
|Standard||API 6D / BS 1868|
|MOC||WCB / CF 8 / CF 8M / CF3 / CF 3M / CN 7M|
|Operation||Manual / Gear box/ Pneumatic/ Electrical Actuator|
Preferred Buyer From
|Location||India ( Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, Telangana only) & All other countries|
Body: Body is cast with heavy sections reinforced at points subjected to the greatest stress. Valves are available in both flanged and butt welding ends. All conform to ASME specifications.
Bonnet: All bonnet assemblies are cast and finished to the same exacting tolerances as the bodies for accurate alignment of stems and ease of sealing. Bonnet joint varies from flat face gasket-joint to ring-type bonnet joint, depending on class.
Seat Rings: Seat rings are seal welded to eliminate leak path behind rings and for long trouble-free service. The surfaces are precision ground to fit accurately with the disc.
Disc Stem Nut: Disc Stem Ring connects the disc to the stem, permitting the disc to swivel and aid in securing tight seating for trouble-free service.
Stem: Stem has long engagement with yoke bushing for accurate seating.
Packing: Packing contains corrosion inhibitor to avoid stem pitting. Stuffing box is deep, assuring long packing life.
Gland: Gland is a two-piece, ball-type which exerts even pressure on the packing without binding the stem.
Gland Eye Bolts : Eye bolts are securely fastened to the bonnet yet swing away to permit easy access to the stuffing box.
Bonnet Gasket : Bonnet gasket provides a positive seal against leakage. Class 150 and 300 valves have a male/female bonnet joint. A ring-type gasket is employed in Class 600.
Valve Design Details