Rising Stem Solid Wedge Gate Valve DIN3352

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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


Water works, Sewage, Public facilties, Building industry, Petroleum, Chemical, Steel, Metallurgy, Paper Making Industry, Foods, Beverage, HVAC

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Q:Where does the blow off valve blow out the air to?
Depends on the type of blow off valve. Some vent to atmosphere(just blow it out into open air) others recirculate(blow the air back into the intake farther upstream). Which one it does depends mainly on where the blow off valve is located in the system. If the car has a MAF(mass air flow) sensor and the blow off valve is located after that sensor then it has to be recirculated, because the sensor has already registered that air and if it vents to atmosphere then the engine will run rich because the ECM will be putting too much fuel into the engine.
Q:how to calibrate a pneumatic control valve?
One minor point to add to Artsupremo's answer. Valves can be either air to open or air to close. With one you start with the valve closed and the other with the valve open. The procedure is the same for both types of valves, I just wanted to clarify that point.
Q:Can I free up a stuck toilet shut off valve?
When valves are turned all the way in an open position they tend to get stuck. Try a heat gun but make sure you have a copper line feeding into the toilet tank, not a plastic one because it can melt. Just heat the valve for a few minutes at a time, because over heating it can damage the rubber washer inside the valve. If all fails then it has to be replaced by someone who is knowledgeable.
Q:valve cover question?
The answer Briggs gave is pretty much on the target except I believe he missed your primary question: will oil run out of the valve cover and get onto other engine parts. The answer to this is most likely but there are some precautions you can take to minimize the oil. Assuming the engine is fairly clean inside, the oil galleys should allow most of the oil in the upper head/valve spring area to drain back into the engine. If the engine has set and not been run for several hours (over night?) the majority of the oil will have drained out of the head area. There will be pockets of oil trapped in the upper head area but that most likely will not run out when the cover is removed. First thoroughly clean the valve cover(s) so no dirt is present to fall into the open head area. Get some absorbant towels (paper or cloth) and pack around the head below the valve cover gasket line to catch and absorb any oil that might ooze from under the valve cover when it is unbolted and removed. After getting the valve cover off, make sure the absorbant material is still in place and if necessary, you can absorb the pooled oil pockets still in the upper head area to prevent seepage from these area. Good luck.
Q:if i took off the little rubber hose connected to my egr valve,and the egr has no suction?
You didn't tell us year, make, model, and engine so we're shooting in the dark a bit. First off, EGR valves are NEVER on at idle. That would kill the engine. The vacuum only comes on when certain conditions are met. First, the engine has to be at full operating temp. Then, the throttle has to be open a certain amount. If you own a late model vehicle, many of them used duty cycle solenoids that literally pulse the length of time the vacuum solenoid allows vacuum to go to the EGR. That's how the computer regulates how far the valve opens. So, the only way to tell if yours is working without owning a scope is to use a hand vacuum pump and attach it to the vacuum port. Then apply vacuum and release it while watching the valve open and close. If you do this while the engine is running, the opening valve should make the engine run really rough, if not die completely. Next time please give us more make/model info
Q:wheres the egr valve?
Dont know about your car, but look near the intake by the fuel rail
Q:2004 rmz valve adjustment?
Buy a manual for your bike. The question is far too broad to be answered here due to the complex nature of a modern valve train, like found on your RMZ. It involves removing the intake and exhaust camshafts to gain access to the shims underneath the buckets on top of the valves. You must know where to time the cams again in relation to the crank otherwise, it is very possible to destroy your engine if not installed properly...Hence the advice on obtaining a quality service manual beforehand... It's also why the shops charge a seemingly extortionate amount.
Q:1995 nissan altima - PCV valve?
The PCV valve is located beneath the intake manifold on the right (passenger) side. It threads into the breather seperator and points toward the center of the car. To remove it, you'll have to remove the Idle Air Control valve located on the end of the manifold log. Be aware that you'll have to do at least part of this task underneath the car, and that the IAC valve has antifreeze circulating through it Get a mechanic to do it if you can afford it
Q:Engine rebuilding. About the valve shims.?
It does make a difference on which shim goes where! Make sure pushrods are in the right place, i'm not sure on that type of engine but some engines have different lengths for pushrods intake could be different length than exhaust! You could also have a bad lifter.
Q:Question about variable valve timing?
Valve timing is a compromise. You can optimize valve timing for a certain RPM, but it will be wrong for every other rpm. Advancing a cam helps bottom end, and retarding a cam helps top end. Actually changing duration and lift is more difficult, but can be done, and IS being done. The benefit is to widen the torque curve, helping both power and economy

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