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Lug Type butterfly valves

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A butterfly valve consists of body ,stem ,disc , actuator (manual actuator, worm-gear actuator , aerodynamic actuator or electric actuator) , and PTFE butterfly valve can implement the process for turning on turning off and regulating the flow by the circumrotation of stem and disc  that is droved by actuators.

1.Simple and compact construction. Small in size and light in weight. Easy transportation, installation and maintenance.
2. Quick 90 degrees on-off operation. Minimized operating torque ,energy saving.
3. Excellent sealing performance with ZERO leakage. Long service life.
4. Wide selection of materials ,applicable for various media..
5. Flow curve tending to straight line. Excellent regulation performance.

 PTFE butterfly valves

Size:

DN50-DN1000

End flange:

ANSI B 16.1,EN1092,AS2129

Face to face:

ANSI B 16.10

Top flange:

ISO 5211

Normal pressure:

PN1.0/1.6MPa(150/200PSI)

Body:

CI/DI/WCB/ALB/CF8/CF8M

Disc:

DI/ALB/Rubber lined Disc/1.2501/1.4529/CF8/Hastelloy Alloy/Monel

Stem:

410/416/304/431/17-4PH/316/monel

Seat:

NBR/Hypalon/EPDM/Neoprene/NR/Wear-Resistant EPDM/Viton/Silicon/Heat-Resistant EPDM/White EPDM/EPDM(NSF)/PTFE

Suitable temperature:

-10~120

Medium:

Fresh water, sewage, sea water, air, vapor, food, medicine, oils, alkalis, salt etc.

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Q:valve adjustment yz250f?
Under 5 kicks? I can always, ALWAYS start a thumper 1st kick in a proper state of tune.
Q:how to reset control valve with electron pneumatic positioner of (make) Instrument and system.?
Control valves come with a spring g which keeps the valve in either the open or closed position, when there is no air pressure applied to the diaphragm of the valve actuator. For this reason, I'm unsure what you mean with 'reset the valve. The electro/pneumatic positioner is a device which applies the air pressure required to open (or close) the valve to the position the electric signal from the controller is calling for, rather than using an I/P transducer to output a 3 to 15 PSIG air pressure to the diaphragm. Sometimes an actuator requires more pressure than the normal 3 to 15 psig to move a sticky valve to the correct position. Edit your question to detail what is occurring, and I or someone else can give you a proper answer. TexMav
Q:how many valves does a human heart have?
All four valves are not essential. Many patients have Pulmonary regurg after a surgery for Fallot's tetrology. Other three valves are important but valve leaks are better tolerated on the rt side than on the left side. Stenosis of any valve causes obstruction to circulation and so it causes problems.
Q:Where can i find a three-way air pressure valve?
You might have to register on the site to order online. It is free. You can call them and order the catalog. It is free also. Hope this helps Email me if you want me to look it up in my catalog. Don't break any windows. Wingman
Q:removeing the driver side valve cover?
Really? I find that innane. rocker covers usually come off pretty easy, and are well above the manifold-unless its a sidevalve???
Q:My shower handle(diverter) seems to be stripped. How shall I remove all the shower valves?
Drill out the set screw. It's most likely brass and will drill out easily. Cut an access in the wall behind your shower wall and just replace the whole thing. This will probably be the easiest fix. It may sound like a lot, but in the end you will most likely save time.
Q:control valve selection?
There are numerous articles online that address this question from choosing the correct size to the correct actuator. Here are just a few:
Q:Control valves?
Hope this helps in some way... To start the 3 main flow characteristics of a control valve are Liner, Equal percentage and Quick opening (or fast opening). If you interested there are also other characteristics. As far as i am aware the lead time is the time in which a signal is sent to the valve and the lag time is the time in which the actuator moves and closes the valve. The pysical movement. As for your final question the only thing i can think of is to alter the actual size of the butterfly valve or put a reducer before it. Sorry if my information was of little use.
Q:Question about variable valve timing?
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Q:Question about my bicuspid aortic valve?
so, as you already know, a typical aortic valve has three cusps. yours has two, so this is a structural issue. the point of these cusps, or leaflets, is to maintain blood flow in the appropriate direction through the heart and to the rest of the body. having a bicuspid aortic valve can be something that you inherit from one of your parents. did you have a murmur that prompted them to look for it? if your valves are young and healthy, there's probably not a problem. when it can become problematic is with age, where the leaflets can become calcified and hard, then they can not open as well (i.e. become stenotic), or not close properly (i.e. become regurgitant). if either of these two things develops, and becomes bad enough, they consider valve replacement surgery. but this is the kind of stuff that happens over years and years. you should see a cardiologist, if you haven't already been referred to one, because this is a medical condition that gets watched over time, and then if it gets bad, it gets treated. while it's not bad, it gets watched. this cardiologist will follow you over time, in addition to your regular family physician. he/she will also be keeping an eye on your aorta (the big vessel that blood enters after it goes through the aortic valve), because sometimes people who have bicuspid aortic valves also have problems with your aorta. i would also talk to your cardiologist about whether or not you need to take antibiotics in advance (i.e. prophylactically) of any dental work. i.e. because of your valve with a different shape, are you more predisposed than the average person to getting an infection there. but go to cedar point if you're young and healthy. a roller coaster should not give you any sort of problems. enjoy yourself!

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