Ductile Iron Single Ball Air Valves

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PN10/16/25
DN50 ~ DN200

Technical Specifications

- Design and manufacture: EN593, EN1074-1 and 2

- Face to face dimension: EN558-1 Series 14 (DIN3202 F4)

                                              EN558-1 Series 13 (BS5163)

- Flange dimensions and drillling: EN1092-2 PN10/16/25

- Size range: DN100 - DN2000

- Max. working pressure: 1.0/1.6/2.5 MPa

- Inspection test: EN12266

- Working temperature: -15°C to +80°C

- Suitable medium: water

Main Fetures

- Double eccentric disc reduces seal wear and torque

- Body seat ring is welded directly on the body

- Bi-directional flow and low head loss

- Disc sealing ring to be replaceable on pipeline without dismantling the valve

- Body and disc inside and outside epoxy powder coated (min. 250 microns)

- Opening and closing indicators are provided

- Coupling flange for electric actuator in compliance with ISO5211

- Gearbox and electric actuator operation available

Main Parts and Materials

Body and disc: ductile iron EN GJS500-7/400-15

Shafts: stainless steel AISI 420

Body seat ring: stainless steel AISI 304

Disc sealing ring: EPDM or NBR

Retaining ring: stainless steel or ductile iron

Shaft bearing: Du bushes (self lubricating bushes)

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Q:valve adjustment?
w/ one hand spinning the pushrod and the other tightening the rocker arm nut, tighten the nut until you can not spin the pushrod freely, then tighten it three quarters of a turn more. do this to all of the rocker arms that do not have pressure against the valves, then spin the motor 180 degrees, or until the rest do not have pressure against them, and do the same thing.
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Valvar insufficiency/regurgitation that is a result of surgical repair of a congenital defect does not self-resolve. It's not clear what your initial diagnosis was, however I would guess that you were born with aortic stenosis. Balloon enlargement and/or surgery to repair a stenotic valve almost always results in some degree of insufficiency/regurgitation. A small amount of insufficiency/regurgitation is much better tolerated than stenosis. It is a tradeoff we accept for improved patient outcomes. Really, the answer to your question is dependent on a multitude of factors, the most important of which is the degree of insufficiency/regurgitation you have (i.e. trivial, mild, moderate, or severe). This is really a great question and you deserve a full explanation. However, I cannot give you a factual answer without more information. You may also have a bicuspid aortic valve, which opens up a whole other set of variables. One thing I am sure of, however, is that you will require the care of a cardiologist for the rest of your life. It's possible that later on you may only have to follow-up ever 1-3 years, however, it will forever be necessary to properly monitor your valve and its effect on your heart, not to mention any associated problems you may not be aware of that become a risk with age. Good luck.
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For basic internal combustion you only need two valves, one for intake and one for exhaust. The four strokes are referring to the piston moving up and down in the cylinder, one to take in gas and air, one to compress the mixture, one during combustion and one during exhaust. Common cylinder amounts for cars are 4, 6, and 8. Some Volvos had five cylinders, and exotics can have more than 8. Modern engines can have more than two valves per cylinder but the standard is still two, so if you have 12 valves you most likely have a 6 cylinder engine.
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Gate valve is commonly used.

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