DN50 EN1092 PN10 PN15 ANSI 150 Cast Iron Wafer Butterfly Valve with Handle Lever

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DN50 EN1092 PN10 PN15 ANSI 150 Cast Iron Wafer Butterfly Valve with Handle Lever


1.Body: cast Iron

2.Disc: ductile iron+plating Ni



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Q:Valve clearance importance?
Valve adjustments are something nobody does anymore. It really is important to do to, especially if your car is older. If your valves are adjusted to tight, you can wind up with burnt valves, too much clearance and it can quickly wear out the valvetrain. BMW reccomends inspecting valve adjustment every 24,000 kilometers. You may be able to do 30,000 Maybe more than that but I personally wouldnt. It will effect mileage a noticable amout, and your car can lose power if it has too many burnt valves. If a valve is burnt it isnt seating properly and you arent getting a fully sealed combustion chamber. It is a fairly easy maintence that you can do yourself. You need a feeler gauge to check the valve lash. you will need to remove your valve covers, (you might as well replace your valve cover gaskets lest they get leaky) and find top dead center for each cylinder as you can only check valve lash at TDC. You will need a shop manual it will tell you what the measurements should be, and give a step by step method to checking your valves. If that sounds like too much work, just take it to a BMW dealer. To those of you that think that you can let it go until it makes noise.... The idea is to keep it from getting to that point. It is a relatively easy thing to do.
Q:Location of an EGR Valve?
Egr Valve Location
Q:I have 6 stations on my irrigation system, i can only find 2 valves outside.?
Yes, electric valves are set on the Mainline which is under pressure. Usually in a loop around the home with the valves set where the zone starts. Some are designed to have a short mainline with the valves set in a large box next to a vacuum breaker. All valves need wires that run from the clock. Sorbet can be found with a metal detector if you simply can't find them. You can also set them to go off manually time delayed a few minutes, enough to go listen to hear the valve opening.
Q:Another EGR valve question?
You obviously had a parts store diagnosis so maybe you should ask the person that put the idea in your head that the EGR was a problem for the answer. Did you know that an EGR code can be caused by numerous other problems.
Q:how can i tell if i have a bad heart valve?
if from HOME, there is no way, not unless you are experiencing already ankle edema and dyspnea or shortness of breath, however, these signs and symptoms are for massive valvular damage already. If you really wana rule out bad heart valve, consult a doctor as early as you can. Because bad heart valves can lead you to grave compications such as left and right sided heart failure. Heart palpitations and arrythmia may not be due to bad valves, however they do exist in lates stages of valvular damage, specifically atrial fibrillation in severe mitral valve disease. Better consult a doctor! Upon cnsulatation, the doctor will ask you lots of questions on previous infections particularly sore throat or tonsillopharyngitis because it is the most common cause of valve damage. Valve damage can either be congenital or autoimmune.
Q:how does a guitar valve amp work?
Most valve amps I have used reproduce the sound of a tube amp. Tubes have a warm sound and can be overdriven to get that good rock crunch distortion sound. We went to solid state because they were durable and didn't require the maintenance of a tube amp. Printed circuits and transistors cut the cost of manufacturing. The old tube amps still have the purpose and they never quite matched the exact sound of tubes with the solid state amps. That is why they are making a lot of tube amps now.
Q:French Horn Valve Compression?
If you like how it plays you might just wish to leave it alone. Anything you do is going to change the way it plays, perhaps to something you don't like. Check compression by pulling the valve slide part way out, wait a second or two and then push the key, as the air fills up the partial vacuum cause by pulling the slide you should hear a nice thunk. If there is no noise when you push the valve the air is leaking around the valve and that's bad compression. Another way to check is just slowly withdraw the valve slide. It should get harder as you pull due to the vacuum, if it comes all the way out it should pop.
Q:Is having a leaky valve normal?
If its not serious, you should have a normal heart rate. My heart rate has always been normal, and i have Aortic Regurgitation (leaky valve), Aortic Stenosis, Bicuspid Aortic valve, and a slightly Enlarged Aorta and my Cardiologist For the last 15 years, has said i have a normal heart rate. So your heart rate should be normal.
Q:Gas Shut off Valve??
You will want to go out to your gas meter and shut it off there, you will have to relight your furnace and water heater if this is gas to. I would suggest that befor you put the new stove in that you add a shut off valve to the line, they are fairly inexpensive and not to hard to do yourself just make sure to use a gas line pipe dope. Good luck.
Q:Sewer ejector check valve placement?
the check valve would be installed just outside of the crock vertically. The noise I doubt is from the check valve itself. I'd guess it is the pump shutting off and the pipe isn't fastened securely, so it bangs. Check to make sure that the run of pipe leaving the crock is fastened securely. if this is the case the only other option I oculd think of would be to re-position the check valve on a horizontal run of pipe as close to the crock as possible. Most check valves I have seen for ejectors are compression type, it will be messy but not to complicated. Keep a bucket handy, when you crack open that check valve you may need it. Flush the toilet until the pump kicks on a few times, this should clear out most of the nasty stuff. You may also need a short piece of 2 pipe and some couplings to make up for the space of the check valve. If you can hear the water flowing out when the pump kicks on and don't hear it draining back into the crock when it shuts off, the check valve is probably still good.

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