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1. Butterfly Valve Description

A butterfly valve is a valve which can be used for isolating or regulating flow. The closing mechanism takes the form of a disk. Operation is similar to that of a ball valve, which allows for quick shut off. Butterfly valves are generally favored because they are lower in cost to other valve designs as well as being lighter in weight, meaning less support is required. The disc is positioned in the center of the pipe, passing through the disc is a rod connected to an actuator on the outside of the valve. Rotating the actuator turns the disc either parallel or . 

2.Main Features of the Butterfly Valve 

(1) 90° movement for full open/close position. 

(2) Excellent control characteristics.Tight shut-off even after innumerable operations.

(3) Installation cost considerably reduced because of very low weight and compact design.

(4) Longer life and reliable service with minimum component wear.

(5) Renewable seats. No supplementary gasket required with the adjacent pipework.

(6) Body & Stem totally protected from service fluid.

3. Butterfly Valve Images

 

 

 Butterfly Valve Ductile Iron BS5155 On Sale

 

 Butterfly Valve Ductile Iron BS5155 On Sale

Butterfly Valve Ductile Iron BS5155 On Sale

4.Butterfly Valve  Specification:

BODY

DISC

STEM

SEAT

BUSHING

MATERIAL

WORKING PRESSURE

CAST IRON

DUCTILE IRON WITH NICKEL PLATED

CARBON

STEEL

NR

-20-+85

LUBRIZED

BRONZE

DUCTILE

IRON

ALUMINUM BRONZE

STAINLESS
STEEL

HYPALON

-18-+135

INSTANTANEOUS

-18-+149

PTFE

ALUMINUM
BRONZE

STAINLESS STEEL

EPDM

-45-+135

INSTANTANEOUS

-50-+150

CARBON

STEEL

CARBON
STEEL

NEOPRENE

-7-+193

INSTANTANEOUS

-7-+107

STAINLESS STEEL

NBR

-12-+82

INSTANTANEOUS

-12-+93

WEAR-RESISTANT RUBBER

-10-+50

VITON

-23-+150

HEAT-RESISTANT RUBBER

-20-+150

PTFE

+10-+150

 5.FAQ

1. What is manual wafer butterfly valve?

 Wafer style is the more common of the two and is less expensive than the lug style. The wafer style butterfly valve is just about the standard. It ís so common that no one even bothers to use the word "wafer" when ordering a butterfly valve. It is taken for granted that if a butterfly valve is ordered, a wafer style will be received.

 2. How about the Installation of the Wafer Style Butterfly Valve?

Butterfly valves are installed by inserting the valve between two flanges using bolts or studs and nuts to hold it all together. This type of installation, of course, makes it impossible to disconnect just one side of the piping system from the valve. That benefit is received using the lug style valve.

 3. What is the working principle of manual wafer butterfly valve?

 A butterfly valve is from a family of valves called quarter-turn valves. In operation, the valve is fully open or closed when the disc is rotated a quarter turn. The "butterfly" is a metal disc mounted on a rod. When the valve is closed, the disc is turned so that it completely blocks off the passageway. When the valve is fully open, the disc is rotated a quarter turn so that it allows an almost unrestricted passage of the fluid. The valve may also be opened incrementally to throttle flow.

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Q:What do D71, D371 and D341 represent in butterfly valves?
D71 stands for middle line to clip butterfly valveD371 represents the worm wheel centerline pair clip butterfly valveD341 stands for worm gear flange butterfly valve
Q:Timing belt reason for bent valve?
Yes, unless you've left out a critical detail (such as getting water into a cylinder), the timing belt is the most likely explanation for your bent valve. It doesn't neccessarily mean the person who 'did' your timing belt buggered it up, it may have just slipped. The short-ish period between getting work done and the valve getting bent is a little suspicious, but slips happen, especially with belts (as opposed to chains and dual row chains). This puts you in a difficult situation. You may also want to inspect your valvetrain, piston face, and the bore of that cylinder for damage.
Q:What are the functions and uses of butterfly valves?
Butterfly valve (English: butterfly valve) refers to the closure of parts (valve or butterfly plate) for the disk, around the valve shaft to achieve rotation and closing of a valve, the main cut off on the pipe and throttling role. Butterfly valve headstock is a disc shaped disc, in the valve body around its own axis of rotation, so as to achieve the purpose of opening or closing or regulation.
Q:1989 chevy silverado 2500 need to change valve seals?
First find out if that is the issue. Do a wet/dry compression on all the cylinders. That is where you do a compression test on all the cylinders and write them down. Then squirt about three pumps of oil from a oil can into each cylinder and retake the compressions. If the compressions don't change and are low, the valves are burnt and you need a valve job. If the compressions go way up after the oil seals the rings, then the piston rings are bad and the engine needs rebuilding and that may be where the oil smoke is coming from. If all the cylinders are within 20 psi and runs good, then it may be your valve guide seals are bad. You can replace them without pulling the heads. You can go to an auto parts store and buy a valve spring compressor that is used while the head is on the block. It has an air fitting that screws down into the spark plug hole and when filled with compressed air, holds the valves up while you remove the spring and replace the valve guide seal.
Q:unstick valves in 1988 volkswagon rabbit?
The only reason for a stuck valve is if it bent from a thrown timing belt. Sitting 4 years will not cause valves to stick usually, because there is always some oil leakage from the head, that prevents rust. How do you know the valve is stuck? Have you done a compression test, checked the valve clearance? When you say you take a wrench to manually unstick it, it would help to know what you mean, because there is no place to put a wrench that would help unstick a valve that was stuck. You need to tell us much more.
Q:Which is more expensive, gate valve or butterfly valve?
Gate valve.Under normal circumstances, if you need to adjust the good point, to use the gate valve, and if better, you can choose the cut-off valve.But the price is also butterfly valve, gate valve, globe valve increasing.
Q:What's the meaning of butterfly valve d371po?
According to the provisions of the JB/T 308-2004 valve type programming method:D== butterfly valve3== transmission: worm gear7== connection mode: clip type1== structure: midlinePo== sealing surface material: lining PoPo== propylene oxide (PO)
Q:Old Thompson Aircraft Engine Valve, help dating?
Wow Hannah! That's a cool find for sure! It appears to be possibly a valve for a radial aircraft engine as it looks very similar to ones i've seen used in Pratt+Whitney R3350's etc. It looks like it could probably date to the 1940's up thru the 1950's. Look for a Part Number stamped on the valve or on the box. After WW2 there were all kinds of manufacturers making parts for airplanes. Many were gobbled up by competitors, converted to manufacturing other products or went out of business altogether. However, a few did hang on....and I think this may be what has become of Thompson Aircraft today.... Thompson Aerospace, Inc 22431 Antonio Parkway B160-102 Rcho Sta Marg, CA 92688-2804
Q:Butterfly valve sealing material has several?
Nine: X1 (natural food gum), X2 (Heipalen), X3 (ethylene propylene rubber), X4 (neoprene), X5 (Ding Qing X6 (rubber), wear-resistant rubber (FPM), X7), X8 (silicon rubber), X9 (heat resistant ethylene propylene rubber)
Q:Big block, solid lifter, valve clearances?
On solid lifters tappy is happy I don't have a manual here, but if you need to get it going now that phrase will help you.

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