Manual Operated Lug Type Butterfly Valve without pin

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  • Standard or Nonstandard: Standard

  • Structure: Butterfly

  • Pressure: Low Pressure

  • Power: Manual

  • Material: CI/DI/SS/WCB

  • Temperature of Media: Normal Temperature

  • Media: water,oil,gas

  • Port Size: DN50-1200mm

  • Place of Origin: Tianjin, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: D7L1X-10/16

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Standard export packaging: plywooden case. Or as per customers' requirements.
Delivery Detail:within 15-30 days after receipt of L/C or 30% deposit by T/T

Specifications

1.2"~48"
2.PN10/16(150/200PSI)
3.CI,DI,SS,CS,ALB,Brass
4.different standards.
5.handle,hand wheel,electric,pneumatic driver.

Center Line Soft Sealed Lugged Butterfly Valve without pin

Features:

1.Small in size and light in weight. Easy installation and maintenance. It can be mounted wherever needed.

2.Simple and compact construction, quick 90 degree on-off operation.

3.Flow curve tending to straight line. Excellent regulation performance.

4.Long service life. Standing the test of thousands opening/closing operation.

5.Wide selection of materials, applicable for various media.

Standard:

Design standard

Face to face

End flange

Test & inspection

MSS SP-67

API609

EN593

API609

ISO5752 series 20

BS5155

DIN PN10/16/25

ANSI B 16.1

BS4504

ISO PN10/16

JIS B 2212/2213

BS 10 table D

BS 10 table E

API 598

Performance:

PN(MPa)

DN(mm)

Testing Pressure

(MPa)

Applicable Temp. °C

Applicable Medium

Shell

Sealing

1.0/1.6

DN50 ~ DN1000

1.5

1.1

-45~ 150

Fresh water, Sewage, Sea water, Air, Vapor, Food, Medicine, Oils, Acids,

Alkalis, etc.

Material List:

Part Name

Material

BodyCI/DI/WCB/SS
DiscDI/ALB/WCB/MONEL/CF8/CF8M
StemSS416/SS304/SS316/WCB
SeatEPDM/BUNA/NBR/NR/PTFE/HYPALON/VITON/NEOPRENE


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