Clamp stainless steel pneumatic angle seat valve

Body: SS304,SS316,SS316L
Stem: SS304,SS316,SS316L
Pneumatic actuators:PA, stainless steel
Seats: PTFE
Ends: Clamp
Pressure:16bar
Air pilot pressure:0.6Mpa
Size: 3/8″ – 4″ (10mm – 100mm)
Ambient temperature: PA: -40 °C to + 60 °C ; stainless steel: -40 °C to + 80 °C
Control medium:Neutral gases, air
Temperature range: -40 °C to + 180 °C (depending on pressure, medium and material)







    Description

    Clamp stainless steel pneumatic angle seat valve

    Introducing perfect combination of quality and affordability. This high-performance valve is made from SS304, SS316 and SS316L for maximum durability and corrosion resistance, meaning it’ll last you a lifetime while keeping your environment safe. With a high cycle life, this valve is an economical alternative to a ball valve and comes with a maintenance-free spring loaded packing with intermediate relief and wiper so you can leave it worry-free. Also boasting comfort features such as Self aligning PTFE plug seal for safety and Optical position indication standard for convenience. Not only that but it has Low Lifecycle costs due to minimized control air consumption, making it all the more cost-effective. The pneumatic actuator with double action or single action normally closed/open functions offers greater flexibility in its uses as well as solenoid valves, limit switch boxes & hand wheels for further convenience. Perfect for water, alcohols, oils & steam up to 150 PSI / 365 temperature range – this versatile clamp stainless steel pneumatic angle seat valve will provide you with all the necessary tools for any requirement when it comes to valves!

    1.High cycle life
    2.Cost effective ball valve alternative
    3.High operating safety:
    4.Maintenance–free spring loaded packing with intermediate relief and wiper
    Self aligning PTFE seal/plug
    Optical position indication standard
    5.Cost–savings in operation due to minimized control air consumption
    6.Low Lifecycle costs

    Description
    Body: SS304,SS316,SS316L
    Stem: SS304,SS316,SS316L
    Pneumatic actuators:PA, stainless steel
    Seats: PTFE
    Ends: Clamp
    Pressure:16bar
    Air pilot pressure:0.6Mpa
    Size: 3/8″ – 4″ (10mm – 100mm)
    Ambient temperature: PA: -40 °C to + 60 °C ; stainless steel: -40 °C to + 80 °C
    Control medium:Neutral gases, air
    Temperature range: -40 °C to + 180 °C (depending on pressure, medium and material)
    Body style: Y type
    Applications: Water, alcohol, oils, fuel, salt solution, alkali solutions,organic solvents,steam at 150 PSI / 365

    Pneumatic Actuator
    Control: Double acting,
    Single acting normally closed
    Single acting normally open
    Pneumatic accessories: Solenoid valve, limit switch box , filter, E/P positioner, hand wheel

    thread pneumatic angle seat valve

    Clamp stainless steel pneumatic angle seat valve

    Clamp stainless steel pneumatic angle seat valve


    FAQs

    What is a pneumatic angle seat valve?

    A pneumatic angle seat valve is a type of control valve used to regulate the flow of fluids. It works by using a piston or other actuator, which is controlled by a compressed air signal, to turn on and off the flow of material. The valve’s body is constructed in an angled shape with two sets of ports; one set controls the flow from bottom to top and the other side from top to bottom. This design causes compression forces on both sides that act against each other creating a balanced seal between them when closed and allowing full unrestricted flow when opened.

    What are the applications of pneumatic angle seat valves?

    Pneumatic angle seat valves are widely used in various industrial applications, such as controlling the flow of water and air, regulating gas into boilers, and releasing steam from turbines. They are favoured because they offer precise control over liquids and gases with minimum power consumption. Pneumatic angle seat valves are also employed for throttle pressure control by automation systems.

    In addition to these common uses, pneumatic angle seat valves can be used in a variety of other settings requiring precision control without the need for much energy consumption. For example, they can be used to reduce or stop flows of hazardous material like ammonia or carbon dioxide before entering processing equipment; this type of application is paramount in ensuring environmental safety.

    Application of clamp pneumatic angle seat valve in food canning industry

    The application of clamp pneumatic angle seat valves in the food canning industry is growing rapidly due to their ability to offer a reliable and cost-effective control solution. These angle seat valves are able to provide efficient, cleanable sealing surfaces, making them ideal for use in any situation involving food or beverage processing where tight shutoff is needed.

    Clamp pneumatic angle seat valve provide several advantages over other types of valves such as:
    1) Their design allows for very easy installation and replacement; they are simply clamped into place on existing piping systems without any welding required.
    2) They also feature a low leakage rate, meaning that product loss from leaks will be minimal. This makes them particularly suitable for use with sensitive liquid products like beverages or tomato sauces.
    3) The construction of the valve body ensures longer service life and greater reliability than alternative solutions which tend to require regular maintenance or replacements due to corrosion or wear and tear.
    4) In terms of process control, the combination of mechanical action and compact design means these angleseat valves can achieve precise flow regulation even at lower pressures compared with other designs – essential for achieving accurate batch sizes when producing cans filled with product!

    Angle seat piston valve working principle

    The angle seat piston valve is a robust and reliable shut-off mechanism used in many industrial applications. It uses the principles of fluid mechanics, hydraulics, pneumatics and mechanical engineering to control the flow of fluids such as water, air and steam. Specifically, it operates by using an angled seat that is connected to a rubber diaphragm or bellows that moves with changes in pressures on either side of the diaphragm. The movement closes or opens the port depending on whether there is more pressure above or below the diaphragm at any given time.

    At rest position (ie when no pressure difference exists between both sides), an internal spring keeps the valve open; however when downstream pressure exceeds upstream pressure on one side (due to increase flow rate for instance), this triggers an angular safety stop which will bring down a closing member against its sealing surface thus shutting off ports/tubes connected to it. This is known as modulating action since valves can be regulated without using electric motors or complicated actuator mechanisms – they simply use their own kinetic energy potential instead!