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Material Specification

Nominal Diameter

DN50-DN600

Valve Body

Cast Iron or Ductile Iron

Nominal Pressure

PN10/PN16

Valve Disc



Ductile Iron or Stainless Steel

Operation Temperature

-40°C~225°C

Hand Bar or Hand Wheel

Cast Iron or Aluminium or Carbon Steel or Malleable S teel

Flange Driling Standard

EN 1902-2 PN10/16

Seal Material

EPDM OR NBR

Suface Treatment

Painting

Stem

Carbon Steel or Ductile Iron or Stainless Steel

Application

Portable water, water distribution service & feed lines, sewage disposol, irrigation, fire protection pipe systerm, etc.


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Q:Two PVC valves?
Leave the breather in, you need the freshair to enter the crankcase. Esentially think of the breather a the entrance for the air then it goes through the crankcase and up the other valve cover back into the intake/carb with all the oil vapors. If you wanted to run a closed system could put a line from the valve cover with the breather to the air cleaner.
Q:Changed water inlet valve, now no hot water.?
I suspect the leaking valve that was replaced was your washer's solenoid valve. Did you remember to turn the hot water supply valve on after you finished? That is the valve, next to the cold water supply valve, on/at the wall behind the washer. There are rubber hoses coming from those valves to the solenoid valves on your washer. If you forgot to turn it back on after replacing the leaking valve you'll get no water. If you turn off both the hot and cold supply valves on the wall you should be able to remove the rubber hoses right where they connect to the machine and check the water flow by directing them into a bucket or pan while you open the supply vales. If you have good pressure and flow make sure there is no debris clogging the screen, just inside there the hose connects to your machine. These can get blocked where the water won't pass or runs very slow. Sometimes it pays to check the simplest causes first. Good Luck. SS.
Q:Aortic valve replacement?
Unlike the mitral valve which can often be repaired, the aortic valve usually requires replacement. Once the decision is made to proceed with surgery, choices regarding the type of artificial valve (prosthesis) used should be considered. In broad terms there are two types of artificial valves or prostheses: mechanical valves and biological valves. A number of excellent mechanical replacement valves or prostheses are available today. Most surgeons have a particular preference for one valve over another related to technical factors (how they are sewn into place), however from the patient's point of view there is little if any difference between valves. The principle advantage of mechanical valves is their excellent durability. From a practical standpoint, they do not wear out. The principle disadvantage is that there is a tendency for blood to clot on all mechanical valves. Therefore patients with artificial valves must take anticoagulants or blood thinners for the rest of their life. There is also a small but definite risk of blood clots causing stroke. The decision on the type of valve used should be made in conjunction with your cardiothoracic surgeon and your cardiologist. Ultimately the choice will depend on a patient's preferences, lifestyle, and individual risks as determined by age and other medical conditions. I advice you to consult surgeryplanet, which is a global healthcare facilitator. They can give details about this surgery and the good centers for the surgery.
Q:Cam carrier/ valve gaskets replacement?
valve cover shouldn't be that much of a problem as long as you have some basic tools and some mechanical ability. Take it that its a 4 cylinder car, the size of the motor is very helpful when looking for tips. Just don't over torque your bolts when replacing. 89 in lbs is about normal on gm's valve covers
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:Valve cover gaskets?
You can buy Valve gasket sealer for a quick fix.
Q:Motorcycle Valve Seal (When to replace?)?
A leak down test won't tell you anything about the valve stem seal. It will about the actual valve face sealing in the valve seat, but the valve is closed when performing a leak down test. The best way to diagnose worn valve stem seals is if you get a lot of oil smoke onstart up, but it goes away in a few minutes. A real giveaway on bikes is after the bike has set on the side stand overnight and when you fire it up, you get more oil smoke out of the left side muffler than on the right side muffler. That's because the oil in the valve area runs to the left side when parked on the side stand.
Q:steam radiators valves?
Seems to me that a steam valve would need to hold a lot more pressure than a hot water valve. Steam is a high pressure gas and water is a liquid irregardless how hot it is (below boiling point) I am not a qualified plumber or boiler tech but personally I wouldn't use a steam valve for water or vise versa.
Q:moderately leaky heart valve?
dont mind buddah ,youl be fine 1 in 5 people have it and never know but you can live a worry free full life just like anyone else as long as you look after yourself
Q:Does valve oil and/or slide grease expire?
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