Butterfly Valve Without Pin Ductile Iron DN150

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Centerline structure,pinless double half shaft design.
Disc has two-way bearing, no installation direction requirements.
Non-backed replaceable seat with good performance and a longer working life.
Square and short neck for lable use and cost saving.
Easy installation, no need flange gasket.

 

SizeDN50mm-DN600mm
Design standardAPI609/EN593
End flangeDINPN10/PN16, BS4504PN10/PN16, ANSI class125#/class150#
Face to faceAPI609/EN558-1
Top flangeISO5211
BodyDuctile iron/Cast iron
DiscDuctile iron/CF8/CF8M/C95400/C95500
StemSS420
SeatEPDM/NBR/Viton/PTFE
ActuatorBare shaft/Lever/Gearbox and handwheel
CoatingEpoxy/Nylon/PTFE
PinWith out pin
Suitable mediumWater/Seawater/Sewage/Air/Foodstuff/Oil

 

 

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Q:CAD drawing of butterfly valve
Your question is very international. Ha-haThis method of painting is not clear in one or two words.First you'll know the map, then you'll use CAD, so the two will add up.Guess you will.
Q:1 valve bugle fingering chart? (more complicated than it sounds)?
We learned the scale like this on a G-D horn with no rotor just a valve. O open X valve closed O X O X O X X O
Q:What is the medium flow rate when the centerline butterfly valve is fully open?
The pressure test of the central butterfly valve is carried out at each station.Basis:1) GB/T12238-2008 flange and clamp connection elastic seal butterfly valveRules: butterfly valve must be carried out by factory inspection and testing, inspection qualified before leaving the factory.2) CJ/T 261-2007, butterfly valves for water supply and drainageRules: each product shall be inspected by factory and quality inspection department.
Q:What's the difference between cut-off valve, gate valve and butterfly valve? What's the difference in the working principle?
Stop valve, leak small, gate valve, leak big, butterfly valve switch fast
Q:What does "10" in the butterfly valve "D71X-10" mean?
Represents the nominal pressure, refers to the 10MPa pressure butterfly valve, Zhengzhou butterfly valve factory specializing in the manufacture.
Q:Gate valve, butterfly valve and so on can do the valve so that?
Yes, but the accuracy of the adjustment is not high. Just about. To adjust the flow, please use flow control valve.
Q:how to get a valve out of combustion chamber?
The valve head is larger then the valve port, so it's not coming out of there. Pull the head.
Q:Pulmonary Valve Stenosis?
1761 - Pulmonary valvar or valvular stenosis is one of the more common forms of congenital heart malformations and it has been extensively studied since the original description of pulmonary valve stenosis by John Baptist Morgagni in 1761. 1888 - Tetralogy of Fallot, first characterized by Dr.Etienne Fallot in 1888, is present in about 3000 children born each year in the United States. It is a combination of four heart abnormalities. Dodrill and his colleagues employed it with success for the open correction of a stenotic pulmonary valve in October 1952.
Q:Butterfly valve sealing material has several?
9: H- stainless steel composite layerX3- ethylene propylene rubberX4- chloroprene rubberX5- nitrile rubberX6- abrasion resistant rubberX7- fluorine rubberX8- silicone rubberX9- heat resistant ethylene propylene rubberF- PTFE
Q:QUestion about Valves during cardiac cycle?
A heartbeat is a two-part pumping action that takes about a second. As blood collects in the upper chambers (the right and left atria), the heart's natural pacemaker (the SA node) sends out an electrical signal that causes the atria to contract. This contraction pushes blood through the tricuspid and mitral valves into the resting lower chambers (the right and left ventricles). This part of the two-part pumping phase (the longer of the two) is called diastole. The second part of the pumping phase begins when the ventricles are full of blood. The electrical signals from the SA node travel along a pathway of cells to the ventricles, causing them to contract. This is called systole. As the tricuspid and mitral valves shut tight to prevent a back flow of blood, the pulmonary and aortic valves are pushed open. While blood is pushed from the right ventricle into the lungs to pick up oxygen, oxygen-rich blood flows from the left ventricle to the heart and other parts of the body. After blood moves into the pulmonary artery and the aorta, the ventricles relax, and the pulmonary and aortic valves close. The lower pressure in the ventricles causes the tricuspid and mitral valves to open, and the cycle begins again. This series of contractions is repeated over and over again, increasing during times of exertion and decreasing while you are at rest. The heart normally beats about 60 to 80 times a minute when you are at rest, but this can vary. As you get older, your resting heart rate rises. Also, it is usually lower in people who are physically fit.

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