Iron Butterfly Valve DN700

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1.Technical Date:

Size: DN40-DN1200

Nominal Pressure: PN10/PN16

Operation Temperature: -10°C~150°C

Suitable Medium: Water,Sewage,Seawater,Gas,Food,Oils,etc.

2. Standard

Design Standard: GB/T 12238-2008

Structural Length: GB/T 12221-2005

Top Flange dimensions: ISO5211

Face to face dimensions: GB9112,DIN2501,BS4504,ISO2084,ANSI125

Type of connection: Wafer Type

3. Feature:

 This valve is mainly composed of body, butterfly plate, valve shaft, seat and transmission devices. Simple and compact structure, small portable, convenient for transport, install and dismantle. 90 degrees of opening and closing, switch quickly, operating is small, light energy; Sealing performance is good, service life is long, can achieve zero leakages. Flow curve tending to straight line, excellent regulation performance.

4. Sealability:

The valve for rubber seal, closing butterfly plate and seat sealing performance is good, two-way sealed good performance and the torque is small. the friction is very small between butterfly plate and the seat seal. The valve shaft drive the butterfly plate, butterfly plate do 90 degrees rotation. Butterfly plate flexible for opening and closing, no card acerbity, beating phenomenon, small torque.

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Q:What is a Valve Adjustment?
Not at all a big expense most places should do it for $90 -150 including the gasket . Takes me about an hour to do one. If you don't adjust them eventually you could wear the cam possibly although I've never seen any issues from not doing it. If they are too tight then possibly they could've got the engine hot . If they are too loose which is what they should do as they wear they'll just be a little noisy until you get them adjusted if I can help in any other way please let me know hope this helps
Q:How a car's performance depends on the number of valves?
When talking about car engines, references such as v4, v6, v8, v10 and v12 are not for the number of valves. it is for the number of cylinders. The more cylinders that an engine has, the more fuel it consumes and most of the time, the more horsepower it can make. There are exceptions to this though. Regarding the noise of the engine, i would agree that a v8 sounds very good when it is roaring. Valves are actually the openings for fuel to get into the cylinders and the exhaust to come out from. Most modern engines have two valves for incoming fuel and two valves for the exhaust making a total of four valves per cylinder. hope that clears it for you
Q:What's the difference between a clip on handle butterfly valve and a turbo butterfly valve? Where are they used?
1, the drive mode is different (handle or turbine), mainly based on the size of the valve and the opening and closing torque to decide.2. The butterfly plate of the worm valve is installed in the direction of the diameter of the pipe. In the butterfly valve body cylindrical channel, the disc shaped butterfly plate revolves around the axis, the rotation angle is 0 degrees ~90 degrees between, when rotates to 90 degrees, the valve opens the card completely.3, clip type butterfly valve is to use double headed bolts to connect the valve between the two pipe flanges, flange butterfly valve is a valve with a flange, bolt with the valve flange at both ends connected to the pipe flange.
Q:Are fire fighting signal valves and signal butterfly valves the same thing?
The same nature: both can open and close, there is also information back fed.Signal valves are collectively referred to as signal butterfly valves.
Q:What is the difference between turbine butterfly valve and flanged butterfly valve?
The worm gear is the driving mode and corresponds to the handle; the flange is connected and corresponds to the clamp. Flange worm valve is generally, the handle of the butterfly valve
Q:What's the difference between D71X-16 and D71H-16 butterfly valves?
D71X-16 and D71H-16 butterfly difference is that the cut-off is not the same, the latter is stainless steel seal, corrosion resistance, friction, acid or impurities can be medium fluid. The former is rubber sealed, only through the general temperature of the medium, not acid, with more, you can ask Luoyang crown Ning
Q:What are the major disadvantages of butterfly valves?
Shortcoming:A. operating torque is large, such as larger diameter or high pressure, it needs to be equipped with larger actuators;B. leakage is large, ordinary type is 2%C;C. as the adjustment of some butterfly valve, its rotation angle is limited to 60. Adjustable range is small.
Q:Butterfly valve sealing material has several?
Nine: X1 (natural food gum), X2 (Heipalen), X3 (ethylene propylene rubber), X4 (neoprene), X5 (Ding Qing X6 (rubber), wear-resistant rubber (FPM), X7), X8 (silicon rubber), X9 (heat resistant ethylene propylene rubber)
Q:Big block, solid lifter, valve clearances?
Well, generally it's going to be .030 intake and exhaust (hot). Adjust to those clearances cold then recheck at operating temp. But it would really help to know year, make, cu. in., which aftermarket heads, to be absolutely sure. On some engines it is .024 intake / .030 exhaust and so on, depends on the lifters and valve train geometry.. What brand of lifters and cam profile? Usually they will specify valve lash and adjusting procedures. Edit: Wow, kinda' tight valve lash, krazybob, ( might be a lttle tough on the old cam lobes), and then there is your timing numbers / advice with absolutely no details to base it on ( H.E.I.?..which brand? / mechanical advance curve?, and vacuum advance numbers?, cam timing, brand of lifters, cam specs, rocker arm ratio)...Look, S-51D, the best idea is to Do- It- Right using the correct adjustment specs. The data is out there, once the configuration is identified.
Q:Butterfly valve D71X-1.6C, DN50, there is no difference between C and no C? What do you mean by "concrete"?
D stands for butterfly valve. 71 represents the clamp type, X represents the sealing surface material, and 16 represents the valve to bear the pressure 1.6MPA, C position is the valve body material code, omitted to represent gray cast iron valve; C represents the valve body material is carbon steel.

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