Multi-hole cage control valve

Body: WCB, CF8, CF8M, CF3M
Body type: cage guided
balanced trim structure
balanced seal ring structure(normal temperature)
metal seal ring structure (high temperature)
Ends: Flange, SW
Seat: PTFE
Size: 1/2″ – 16″ (15mm – 400mm)
End connections:
ASME B16.34 class 150-600
DIN PN16-PN100
Actuator: pneumatic actuator, electric actuator







    Category: Control valve

    Description

    High-performance multi-hole low noise control valve features a cage guided structure and pressure balanced plug, providing excellent dynamic stability in severe service conditions. By replacing the standard window-type cage with a multi-hole design, this cage control valve effectively reduces erosion and noise. For liquids, the multi-hole throttling process facilitates energy consumption and flow velocity reduction. Meanwhile, for gas media, volume expansion behind the seat lowers pressure and flow velocity for optimal performance.

    Parameters of control valves:

    Trim features: cage guided
    balanced trim structure
    balanced seal ring structure(normal temperature)
    metal seal ring structure (high temperature)
    Body type: straight-through type  /  angle type
    Bonnet type: standard type
    heat dissipation type
    Flow characteristic: equal percentage
    linear
    quick open
    Size: DN40-400(1.5”-16”)
    Pressure class: PN1.6、4.0、6.3Mpa(ANSI 150、300、600LB)
    Leakage class: ASME B16.104 Ⅴ(standard type metal seat)
    ASME B16.104 Ⅵ(shut-off soft seat)
    Pipe connection type: flange type
    butt welding type
    Applicable temperature range: -30C° ~ 260C°(balanced seal ring structure)
    -196C° ~ 550C°(metal seal ring structure)
    Actuator type: pneumatic diaphragm actuator
    pneumatic piston actuator
    electric actuator

    FAQs

    What accessories does the pneumatic actuator have?

    Pneumatic actuators, integral to the precision and efficiency of valve operations, are enhanced by a range of accessories designed to ensure optimal performance and adaptability in various industrial applications.

    • Positioners: Positioners are essential for achieving precise control by adjusting the actuator’s position based on the control signal.
    • Solenoid Valves: Solenoid valves regulate the air supply to the pneumatic actuator, allowing for remote operation and automation.
    • Limit Switches: Limit switches provide feedback on the actuator’s position, indicating whether the valve is fully open, fully closed, or somewhere in between.
    • Air Filter Regulators: Air filter regulators ensure that the pneumatic actuator receives clean, dry, and regulated air supply.
    • Manual Overrides: Manual overrides enable operators to manually control the actuator in case of system failures or during maintenance activities.
    • Feedback Transmitters: Feedback transmitters relay real-time data on the actuator’s position back to the control system, facilitating accurate monitoring and diagnostics.

    Multi-hole cage control valve

    What are the functions of control valve electric actuators?

    Control valve electric actuators play a pivotal role in precise fluid management across various industrial applications.

    • Precise Modulation: Electric actuators enable exact positioning of control valves, allowing for fine-tuned regulation of fluid flow.
    • Automated Control: These actuators facilitate automated valve operation, responding to control signals from centralized systems.
    • Remote Operation: Electric actuators support remote monitoring and control, making it possible to adjust valve positions from a distance.
    • Feedback Provision: Equipped with position feedback mechanisms, electric actuators provide real-time data on valve status to control systems.
    • Fail-Safe Functionality: Some electric actuators are designed with fail-safe features, such as spring-return mechanisms or battery backups, ensuring that valves return to a safe position in case of power loss or system failure.
    • Integration with Advanced Systems: Electric actuators can be integrated with sophisticated process control systems, including SCADA and DCS