Valve Body And Cover In Ductile Cast Iron Small And Large Orifice Air Valve
Plug valve is a Quarter-turn rotary motion Valve that uses a tapered or cylindrical plug to stop or start the flow. The disk is in plug shape, which has a passage to pass the flow.
In the open position, this bored passage is in line with the flow. When the plug is turned 90° from the open position, the solid part of the plug blocks the flow.
It is used in place of a gate valve where the quick operation is required. It can be used in high-pressure temperature services.
|Item||Plug Valve||Handle Type||Direct Nut Operated|
|Valve Design||2 Way / 3 Way||Seal Material||/|
|Body Material||Cast Iron||Overall Height||/|
|Connection Type||Flanged||Overall Length||/|
|Pipe Size||/||Number of Bolts||8|
|-30 Dearees F to 150 Degrees F||Square Operating Nut Size||2"|
Plug Valve Type and Use:
1. Lubricated Plug Valve
As the name suggests, a lubricated valve uses a lubricant usually made up of a base oil and viscosity improver (like amorphous or fumed silica) that is injected under pressure between the plug face and body seat to reduce friction and seal ports. Valve manufacturers generally recommend lubricant suitable for the process fluid, and the valves often must be resealed after only a few cycles, and in some cases, after every cycle. Considered a high maintenance plug valve, they are often used in applications that have infrequent operations. Lubricated plug valves perform well in processes that utilize fluids which carry mildly abrasive particles such as dirty upstream applications, gas pipeline systems that need bypass valves, and as blow-down valves on valve stations and kicker valves.
2. Non-Lubricated Plug Valve
This plug valve utilizes a tapered or cone-shape that acts as a wedge and presses a polymeric sleeve against the body cavity. The use of the sleeve reduces friction between the plug mechanism and body. Non-lubricated plug valves are often used instead of lubricated ones in applications where maintenance needs to be kept to a minimum, such special services in sulphur, hydrogen fluoride, or where liquids could be trapped or solidify and potentially jam the valve. However, non-lubricated plug valves are limited by temperature and chemical compatibility of the non-metallic materials they are made of.
The three main types of non-lubricated plug valves are:
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