Gear Operated wafer Butterfly Valve

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Quick Details

  • Standard or Nonstandard: Standard

  • Structure: Butterfly

  • Pressure: Medium Pressure

  • Power: Manual

  • Material: CI,DI,WCB,SS,etc.

  • Temperature of Media: Normal Temperature

  • Media: water,gas,oil,etc.

  • Port Size: DN50-1200mm

  • Place of Origin: Tianjin, China (Mainland)

  • Model Number: D37A1X-10/16

  • Brand Name: TVT

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Standard export packaging: plywooden case, Or as per clients' requirements
Delivery Detail:Within 15-30 days after receipt of L/C at sight or 30% deposit

Specifications

1.DN50-1200(2"~48")
2.PN1.0/1.6Mpa
3.

worm gear operated wafer type butterfly valve

Features:

1. Small in size, light in weight, easy installation and maintenance.

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

3. Minimized operating torque, energy saving.

4. Flow curve tending to straight line, excellent regulation performance.

5. Long service life, standing the test of tens thousands opening/closing operations.

6. BUbbles-tight sealing with no leakage ubder the pressure test.

7. Wide selection of materials, applicable to various medium.

Performance:

Nominal pressue (MPa)1.01.6
Nominal diameter(mm)50-100050-1000
Test pressureShell1.52.4
(MPa)Seal1.11.76
Applicable temperature150
Applicable mediumFresh water, Sewage, Sea water, Air, Vapor, Food, Medicine, Oils, Acids,
Alkalis, etc.
Operating mode     manual, worm gear, pneumatic, electric, etc.

Standard:

Design & ManufactureFlange ConnectionFace to Face DimensionTest & Inspection
MSS SP-67
API609
EN593
DIN PN10/16/25; ANSI B 16.1
BS4504; ISO PN10/16
JIS B 2212/2213
BS 10 table D; BS 10 table E
API609
ISO5752 series 20
BS5155
API 598


Material List:

No.Part NameMaterial
1BodyCarbon Steel/Stainless Steel/Cast Iron(GGG25)/Ductile Iron/ Al-Bronze
2DiscAl-Bronze/CF8M/Ductile iron/WCB
3SeatEPDM/PEFE/Buna/NBR/Hypalon
4StemCarbon Steel/Stainless Steel314/Stainless Steel316
5BushingPTFE/Lubricating
6O ringEPDM/PEFE/Buna/NBR/Hypalon
7PinSS316/SS416/SS304

Packaging: bubble bag and plywooden case.

Payment term: L/C at sight or TT

Lead time: 15-30 days after the receipt of L/C or 30% TT deposit

We are specialized in the manufacturing and export of various valves. We are located in Tianjin, the 2nd largest port in China and only 1 hour to Beijing by train.

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