Non-rising Stem Resilient Seated Gate Valve

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Non-Rising Stem


Body:  Cast Iron / Ductile Iron

Wedge:  Cast Iron / Ductile Iron Encapsulated with EPDM

Seat: EPDM / NBR

Shaft: SS410

Stem Nut: Brass

O-ring: EPDM, NBR

Wedge Nut: Brass / Bronze

Hand Wheel: Ductile Iron


Hand Wheel / Bevel Gearing / Square head / Electric actuator

Face to Face:

BS5163: 1986, DIN 3202 F4-F5, JIS B2002, ANSI B16.10


BS4504, DIN 2532, JIS B2212, ANSI B16.10/ANSI B16.50

Working Pressure:

16 Bar(200 PSI)

Design  and Manufacturer Standard


BS5163, DIN 3352, JIS B2043

Test Standard:

API 598  BS6755 DIN 3230  JIS B2003


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Q:how long do people usually live after mitral valve repair?
Very basically: The procedure is open heart and entails a complex system of sustaining life outside your body. The complications can vary. If you get a mechanical valve placed, your risk of embolus increases. Emboli can cause strokes and/or a fatal episode. However, once one recovers from either surgery (typically a short stint in the ICU but varying by the individual) the quality of life improves to better than pre-op. The need for a replacement may arise down the line. Barring any blood clots or infections, a MVP repair/replacement surgery does not by itself indicate anything about how long a patient survives post-op. A repair surgery tends to yield fewer long-term complications simply because no foreign tissue or synthetic material was introduced into one's system and the whole procedure is significantly lower risk in terms of infection. The risk of failure of a repaired valve is significantly lower than that of a replaced valve. Lots of variables influence the outcome though, and if this is a personal matter, I strongly suggest you speak candidly with your cardiologist. Bottom line: Repair surgery is generally safer and can allow the patient to live life fully.
Q:Leak in Heart Valve ?i was told by my doctor to to do a ultra sound on my heart a few weeks ago, wehn i finished the ultra sound the lady that did the scan asked if i had any type of heart disease in my family, and i responded that i dont, she said that i have a leak in my heart valve, but that was all, i dont have an appointment with my doctor til two weeks from now, i THINK i feel shortness of breath, but i feel like this may all be because im scared ...... main thing is has anyone had this or know anything about this is it dangerous, deadly ? should i be scared ?
It depends on what valve is leaking, how much is leaking, and for how long has it been leaking. Wait for the physician to evaluate the echocardiogram. Technicians are often wrong or limited in their evaluation, as they are not trained in in-depth evaluation of echocardiographic studies like a cardiologist. Make an appointment with your doctor to discuss the results. You said you think you have shortness of breath, make sure you mention that when you make your appointment. Only your doctor will be able to determine if it is related to your heart, or due to anxiety, or from something else.
Q:I have the correct tools and have done this before. All I want to do is change all three valves that operate the water (hot,diverter,cold). The shower is leaking. I want to change all three valves to stop the leak. I will call a plumber if I can't change the valves or stop the leak. Please tell me what tools I need and I'll begin from there. I have three handles/valves in the shower(cold,diverter,hot).The cold is here # and the diverter is in the center which is here # and the hot is here #. They all line up like this c# diverter# h#. These are how the valves are set up # # #.
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Q:I own a 1982 Pontiac Firebird base model which has recently started leaking oil from its Proportioning Valve. I have looked all over the internet for a replacement, and it turns out GM has discontinued the part. Now im faced with difficult and risky task of attempting to fix it, or turn it over to a repair shop as a last resort. The valve seems to leak out of a small circle with a hole the size of a needle inside which was covered by a rubber gasket. I have no clue what this does, and how to repair it.
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Q:Whilst pumping up my new tubular tyre, the head of the presta valve snapped off! Because this is a tubular tyre, I spent a lot of time (and cash) gluing it on and applying it etc, so I'm reluctant to buy a new tub. Is there any way getting a new presta valve head without replacing the whole tyre?Thanks in advance.
You will need a tube with a Presta valve installed. You cannot simply change the valve stems on your existing tubes. I have been riding Presta tubes in Schraeder rims on my mountain bike for years. I cut a piece of old inner tube about an inch in diameter and poked a hole for the Presta stem to go through. This has been enough of a gasket to keep the tube from being damaged. There are grommets that you can buy at bike shops to take up the slack, but I have never found them really necessary.
Q:I've been working on cars since around march of 2012. I new. I have a set of 305 heads that were really dirty. It came from a 79 camaro that never had an Oil change. I took the valves out and the valves are pretty burnt. I was wondering If I cleaned them up would they still be good to use? The edges aren't rough or anything. Just let me know what is need to know please. The heads I know are still good.
Not really. If you got the head off, you should replace them.
Q:i have a yamaha trumpet. i got it brand new and it is 3 years old. I recently did drop it and i have a tiny dent on the last turn to the bell. after that they started sticking . There are no dents on the valves or casing surrounding them. i brought them to Quinlan and fabish and showed them the sticking they replaced the valves spring padding and the such. They also did an ultrasound cleaning i think it is called . they are still sticking. Please any think that you can suggest i showed my band teacher who suggested going to Quinlan and fabish. Then my trumpet teacher who said i need to oil more after the cleaning please help
Check that you are not putting sideways pressure on your valves when you press them downwards. Even on a good horn this sideways pressure can cause friction between the piston and the valve casing. Avoid this by arching your fingers a little, depressing with your finger's tips, and avoid the pinkie finger ring entirely. Tying your pinkie up in that only restricts your 3rd. finger's freedom of straight downward movement. Over- lubricating the valves can be as bad as too little oil. Do the whole warm bath treatment that you would normally do to clean it, add 3 drops to each valve, work horn for a few minutes, wipe valves with very old (washed heaps of times) t-shirt: then finally 2 drops again. If this doesn't work, get a trumpet specialist teacher to take it home for this treatment.(You might not be bathing it right). Failing that, check my web site's repair section. Good Luck!
Q:recently changed head gasket. could valves tap from the push rods being mixed up? they all seemed to be the same size and i know the other side was exactly the same when put back together but this side is mixed up. could this make the valves go crazy? and i need to replace my water pump because its getting very hot and no coolant moving. and everything is smokin up, took off oil cap and it was steaming. would that have anything to do with making the valves tap?
Ok The push rods are fine. There is no order they go in. The valves are taping due to poor lubrication, also did you do a valve job before u put the gaskets on? Also Use STP oil treatment after replacing the gaskets its a thicker oil that lubes better. The water pump wont be ur only issue. it sound like there is some restriction in the cooling system, Firs check the upper radiator hose it should be hot not cold, check the reservoir its shouldn't be over flowing and make sure the V-belt is in good condition make sure there are no cracks in the belt. make sure The thermostat is installed correctly and Check the radiator it self if the radiator is back-up i recommend a new one if u cant affored it remove radiator and have i boiled out clean. Oh just for safe measure get a block test done just so u will know there are no cracks in the block
Q:does it moves up and down with the valve stem??
Poppet valve is the commonly used term for a standard, mushroom- shaped engine valve.Obviously, the mushroom head is part of the valve, so yes, it does move up and down with its stem.
Q:1990 5.7l with a .470 lift cam , is there going to be a clearance issue between the valve guide and the valve. Is the rocker going to bottom out on the guides and bust my heads.. If so what should i do.
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