Gate Valve DIN3352-F4 Resilient Seated with Pass Type

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1. Structure of Gate Valve Description

1. Selected materials, in line with domestic and international standards, high overall quality of the material.
2. In line with the requirements of domestic and foreign advanced standards, reliable sealing, excellent performance, attractive appearance.
3. Sealing pair advanced and reasonable, gate and seat sealing surface with different hardness Stellite (Stellite) cobalt-based alloy cladding made, reliable sealing, high hardness, wear resistance, high temperature, corrosion good anti-abrasion performance, long life.

2. Main Features of the Gate Valve:

1.Gate valve has long service life
2.No leakage
3.China gate valve manufacturer
5.Good quality,competitive price

Body & Bonnet:Ductile iron
Flange drilled according to BS4504

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4. Specification of the Gate Valve: 

Design according to DIN3352-F5

Flange drilled according to DIN2501

Body: Ductile iron

Wedge: Ductile iron with NBR/EPDM

Stem: Stainless steel 2Cr13

Stem Nut: Brass

O-ring: NBR/EPDM

Bolt & Nut: Carbon steel or Stainless steel

Bonnet: Ductile iron

Size: DN40-DN600mm



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To replace valves would probably run around $500. Plus they will probably charge you about 8-10 hours in labor to remove/reinstall the head from the block at about $90-$100 an hour. Not to mention the replacement of gaskets which could be around $100-150 So it can get pricey. I would budget for about a $1750-$2000 worst case to have this fixed. I am sure this isn't what you want to hear but once you start getting into the internals of the engine, things are going to get pricey.
Q:What kind of valve is on this tennis ball cannon?
It's a pneumatic valve with a compressed air tank to power the cannon. Any kind of pneumatic valve should do the trick, just make sure you use the correct fittings for whatever valve you buy. The red lever piece is from a standard pressurized air system for a mechanic's shop. It is probably only necessary as a safety mechanism to discharge the air without shooting the ball.
Q:Does the number of valves make a difference?
I'm pretty sure more valves allow a bigger gas to oxygen ratio which in turn creates a bigger combustion in your engine. Basically more valves = bigger combustion= faster. Although, generally cars with less valves (at least European cars) are 4 cylinders with some kind of forced induction (turbo or supercharger) which can make the car faster than a 6 or 8 cylinder car if a decent amount of aftermarket parts are applied to the forced induced car. Sorry for rambling, but aftermarket parts usually have a greater affect on a forced inducted car than just a naturally aspirated car (standard car lacking a turbo or supercharger such as your 6 cylinder a4).
Q:Help, my water heater pressure valve is leaking?
you will have to get it repalced.after they get old the spring inside starts to get weak.It will only get worst!Do not do a patch job,its not worth it.
Q:how can i tell if i have a bad heart valve?
As a physician, I strongly recommend you to visit a ER (Emergency Room if you were from UK) and explain the doctor what is going on. I also would recommended ACE inhibitors, since they prevent cardiac muscle remodelling. I can think in several other things, but I need PE and a new echo-cardiogram to make a decision (indeed a ER doctor must make those decision)
Q:Shielded core solenoid valves?
In practice, engineers do not use solenoid valves directly on chemical or process lines. They are bound to leak and cause danger particularly in your case of 98% sulphuric acid. Use a mechanical valve actuated by a motor (since cost is no issue to you) If an air supply is available, then you can use pneumatic diaphragm valve operated by a solenoid valve. Motorised valve has slower fixed open close time VS faster adjustable open close time for air operated valves.
Q:what happen when solenoid valve is activated?
If the pressure in any one zone is different than the other zones it could be one of two reasons; either the pressure is high (usually due to one or more sprinkler heads not poping up), or its low (usually due to a leak in the pipes). Something that could cause low pressure in all the zones are an obstruction in the water line above the valves (unlikely), or a hole in the line above the valve (the water would be filling the valve box and causing damage to the lawn wherever it is located), or leaks in all the lines (again would be easy to identify from the excess water in the ground at the source of the leak). Lastly the valve itself could potentially be faulty. The solenoid inside the valve holds the valve open when electricity is applied across it. If the wires to it are damaged; if the solenoid is bad; or if the valve has any rust or dirt inside that could cause a lower than normal amount of water flow.
Q:valve covers?
Yep those are the old Mickey Thompson valve covers. He was a great drag racer and tire maker. M/T slicks are one of the most used tires in drag racing today. He was murdered (shot IIRC) around 30 years ago by a hired gunman that his biz partern hired to gun Mickey down
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Hydraulic Reversing Valve
Q:valve ticking is it bad?
I think that bike has hydraulic lash adjusters, should be fairly quiet. How many miles? If it has hydraulic, that is great, it reduces your maintenance to oil changes. First thing to do is have a dealer listen to it. Some bikes are just a little noisier than we would like. Does it have a windshield? This will reflect every sound right back at you. You will hear engine sounds that you would not hear without it.

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