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Quick DetailsStandard or Nonstandard:  Standard Structure:  Gate Pressure:  Medium Pressure

Power:  Manual Material:  Casting Temperature of Media:  Medium Temperature

Media:  Water Port Size:  DN40mm-DN300 Place of Origin:  China (Mainland)

Model Number:  GF4 resilient gate valves:  resilient seat flange


Packaging & DeliveryPackaging Detail: air plastic bag inside/wooden box outside

Delivery Detail: 15-60days


SpecificationsDIN3352 F4 resilient seat flange gate valves

1.size:DN40-DN300

2.medium:water

3.standard:DIN

4.certificate:ISO9001 CE


resilient gate valves

1.size:DN40-DN300

2.medium:water

3.certificate:ISO9001 CE

4.standard:DIN


available medium:water

working temperature:≤80oC


flange dimensions:DIN2501


face to face dimensions:DIN3202F4.


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Q:Classification of telescopic butterfly valve
2) additional torque seal butterfly valve. The seal is produced by a torque that is applied to the valve shaft(2) pressure sealed butterfly valve. The pressure is greater than the pressure on the seat or plate(3) automatic sealing butterfly valve. The pressure of the seal is automatically generated by the pressure of the medium. (1) vacuum butterfly valve. Butterfly valve with lower working pressure than standard atmosphere.(2) low pressure butterfly valve. Butterfly valve with nominal pressure PN<1.6MPa.(3) medium pressure butterfly valve. Butterfly valve with nominal pressure PN 2.5--6.4MPa.(4) high pressure butterfly valve. Nominal pressure PN is 10. 0--80.0MPa butterfly valve.(5) ultra high pressure butterfly valve. Butterfly valve with nominal pressure PN>100MPa. (1) high temperature butterfly valve. T>450 C butterfly valve
Q:What is a Valve Adjustment?
Adjusting hydraulic lifters, also called setting the valve lash provides the necessary travel and operation for the opening and closing of the intake and exhaust valves. Most new vehicles use hydraulic lifters, since their operation and design provides an easy and simple method of keeping the valve train in synchronization. You can perform the adjustment with a cold, static engine or during engine idle once the operating temperature has been reached. Adjusting the lifters on a running engine, however, can present a problem with oil splashing upward from the tappets. They make a spring clip to prevent it from getting all over the engine and compartment. Cost vary from city to city Mechanic to mechanic Hope it helps Lr
Q:What is the meaning of the D341*5-10 / 16ZB1 turbine butterfly valve flange said?
D: for clamp, 3: turbine head 4: flange connection 1: vertical plate X5: Ding fine rubber 10/16: nominal pressure Z: gray cast iron valve body, B1: valve plate material is ductile iron
Q:What is the butterfly valve
Double valve technology is the use of large sets of small valve valve technology, place a small butterfly in the large butterfly valve, when feeding in a large number of double valves open at the same time, the material quickly added, when the material is in accordance with the set to a certain number, the valve automatically shut down, by a small valve to feed, until it reaches the requirements of the control system the number of closed, so as to ensure high precision batching material, thereby saving expensive raw materials.
Q:unstick valves in 1988 volkswagon rabbit?
The only reason for a stuck valve is if it bent from a thrown timing belt. Sitting 4 years will not cause valves to stick usually, because there is always some oil leakage from the head, that prevents rust. How do you know the valve is stuck? Have you done a compression test, checked the valve clearance? When you say you take a wrench to manually unstick it, it would help to know what you mean, because there is no place to put a wrench that would help unstick a valve that was stuck. You need to tell us much more.
Q:Should I connect the butterfly valve before and after the pump? Or gate valve?
1, valve, the fluid resistance is small, the sealing surface by the erosion of small and medium Chong brush. 2, opening and closing more effort. 3, medium flow unrestricted, no disturb, do not reduce pressure. 4. The shape is simple, the structure length is short, the manufacturing technology is good, and the scope of application is wide. Butterfly valve main deficiency is that it uses the pressure and temperature range is small. And poor sealing. Therefore, the gate valve should be preferred.Gate valve (gatevalve) is a gate valve used to open and close parts, and along the vertical axis of the valve seat movement, in order to achieve the opening and closing action of the valve. The valve can only be fully open and fully closed, opening and closing parts is the gate, the direction of motion perpendicular to the direction of the fluid, valve two square I-shaped sealing surface forming the wedge, the wedge angle varies with the valve parameters, usually 5 degrees is not high, medium temperature is 2 degrees 52'. Improve the process of valve, make up the sealing surface angle in the process of production deviation, this kind of gate is called flexible gate.
Q:Butterfly valve D41W-1, 41, W, 1, respectively, what does that mean?
D--- stands for butterfly valves; 4--- refers to the form of flange connections; 1--- refers to the valve stem and disc in the center of the valve line, without eccentricity; w--- refers to the valve seat material and body material is the same, usually carbon steel. The final 1--- refers to the nominal pressure of 1 kg / cm2.
Q:1989 chevy silverado 2500 need to change valve seals?
First find out if that is the issue. Do a wet/dry compression on all the cylinders. That is where you do a compression test on all the cylinders and write them down. Then squirt about three pumps of oil from a oil can into each cylinder and retake the compressions. If the compressions don't change and are low, the valves are burnt and you need a valve job. If the compressions go way up after the oil seals the rings, then the piston rings are bad and the engine needs rebuilding and that may be where the oil smoke is coming from. If all the cylinders are within 20 psi and runs good, then it may be your valve guide seals are bad. You can replace them without pulling the heads. You can go to an auto parts store and buy a valve spring compressor that is used while the head is on the block. It has an air fitting that screws down into the spark plug hole and when filled with compressed air, holds the valves up while you remove the spring and replace the valve guide seal.
Q:whats the name of that valve under the kitchen sink?
Well definitely should not mess with it, especially if you do not know exactly what it is and more important what it controls. If not water, then it could possibly be the shut off for a near by gas appliance. It would help if you described the size and color of the pipe. Maybe you could try to trace it , where does it come from and where does it go to ?
Q:QUestion about Valves during cardiac cycle?
A heartbeat is a two-part pumping action that takes about a second. As blood collects in the upper chambers (the right and left atria), the heart's natural pacemaker (the SA node) sends out an electrical signal that causes the atria to contract. This contraction pushes blood through the tricuspid and mitral valves into the resting lower chambers (the right and left ventricles). This part of the two-part pumping phase (the longer of the two) is called diastole. The second part of the pumping phase begins when the ventricles are full of blood. The electrical signals from the SA node travel along a pathway of cells to the ventricles, causing them to contract. This is called systole. As the tricuspid and mitral valves shut tight to prevent a back flow of blood, the pulmonary and aortic valves are pushed open. While blood is pushed from the right ventricle into the lungs to pick up oxygen, oxygen-rich blood flows from the left ventricle to the heart and other parts of the body. After blood moves into the pulmonary artery and the aorta, the ventricles relax, and the pulmonary and aortic valves close. The lower pressure in the ventricles causes the tricuspid and mitral valves to open, and the cycle begins again. This series of contractions is repeated over and over again, increasing during times of exertion and decreasing while you are at rest. The heart normally beats about 60 to 80 times a minute when you are at rest, but this can vary. As you get older, your resting heart rate rises. Also, it is usually lower in people who are physically fit.

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