PP pneumatic butterfly valve

Body: UPVC,CPVC,PP,PVDF,PPH
Disc: UPVC,CPVC,PP,PVDF,PPH
Stem: Stainless Steel
Seats: NBR,EPDM,VITON
Size: 1½”-8”;63mm-225mm;DN50-DN200
Working Pressure:150 PSI
Flange accommodation: EN 1092 PN 6/PN10/PN16
ASME Class 150
AS 4087 PN 10/ PN 16
JIS 5K/10K
Top flange:ISO5211







    Description

    PP butterfly valve

    PP pneumatic butterfly valve – the ultimate solution for all your HVAC, potable water, wastewater, and seawater needs. This state-of-the-art ppr butterfly valve is crafted with the finest quality materials, ensuring durability and top-notch performance in any application.

    With a body made of PP, a disc made of PP, and a stainless steel stem, this pp valve is designed to comply with EN 1092 PN 6/PN10/PN16, ASME Class 150, AS 4087 PN 10/ PN 16 and JIS 5K/10K flanges. And that’s not all – the seats are available in NBR, EPDM, and VITON materials, making it suitable for a wide range of pressures and temperatures. With a working pressure of 150 PSI and a temperature range of -40 °C to + 120 °C, this valve can handle any pressure, medium or material with ease.

    Pneumatic PPR butterfly valve apart is its precision and flexibility. Equipped with two independently adjustable travel stop screws and a cam on the output shaft, this valve allows for precise adjustment of movement in both the open and closed positions. This makes it the ideal choice for quarter turn valves.

    PP butterfly valve comes with NAMUR accessory compatible options such as solenoid valves, limit switch boxes, and filters that allow you to actuate other media such as hydraulic oil or water.

    Description
    Body: UPVC,CPVC,PP,PVDF,PPH
    Disc: UPVC,CPVC,PP,PVDF,PPH
    Stem: Stainless Steel
    Seats: NBR,EPDM,VITON
    Size: 1½”-8”;63mm-225mm;DN50-DN200
    Working Pressure:150 PSI
    Flange accommodation: EN 1092 PN 6/PN10/PN16
    ASME Class 150
    AS 4087 PN 10/ PN 16
    JIS 5K/10K
    Top flange:ISO5211
    Temperature range: -40 °C to + 120 °C (depending on pressure, medium and material)
    Body style: wafer
    Applications: Potable Water, Wastewater, Seawater, HVAC

    Pneumatic Actuator
    Output Torque 10Nm to 8000 Nm
    Control: Double acting,Single acting normally closed, acting,Single normally open
    Pneumatic accessories: Solenoid valve, limit switch box , filter, E/P positioner, hand wheel

    All double acting and spring return units are suitable for both on/off and throttling applications. Actuators which can be actuated with other media such as hydraulic oil or water are also available as an option.

    1, Two independently adjustable travel stop screws and a cam on the output shaft to permit precise bidirectional adjustment of movement in both the open and closed positions for quarter turn valves (+5° to -5° limit adjustment)
    2, Integral porting
    3, Standard units have anodized aluminum bodies with polyester coated end caps.
    4, Special coatings and materials available for corrosive environments
    5, NAMUR accessory compatible

    upvc pneumatic butterfly valve

    upvc pneumatic butterfly valve

    upvc pneumatic butterfly valve

     



    FAQs

    What types of materials are there for plastic valves?

    Plastic valves are a crucial component in various industries, from manufacturing to plumbing. They play a significant role in controlling the flow of liquids or gases and ensuring efficient operations. When it comes to selecting the right material for plastic valves, several factors must be considered, such as chemical compatibility, temperature resistance, and durability.

    There are several types of materials used for plastic valves; let’s dive into each one and understand their properties and applications.

    Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) – PVC is one of the most commonly used materials for plastic valves due to its low cost, excellent chemical resistance and high strength. It can withstand temperatures up to 140°F without any degradation, making it suitable for water systems and drainage pipelines.

    Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) – CPVC is an upgraded version of PVC that offers better heat resistance up to 200°F along with improved mechanical strength. This makes it suitable for hot water distribution systems in industries such as chemical processing or commercial buildings.

    Polypropylene (PP) – PP is known for its exceptional chemical resistance against acids, alkalis, salts, and organic solvents. It also has a higher melting point compared to other plastics at around 320°F making it ideal for handling corrosive chemicals in industrial applications.

    4.Large-diameterof-fluoropolymer-materials- Fluoropolymers such as PTFE,PFA,and FEP offer superior corrosion resistance even against highly aggressive chemicals such as sulfuric acid or hydrochloric acid at elevated temperatures (up to 500°F).They are typically used inspecializedchemical processingand semiconductorapplicationsdue duetothermochemical stabilityand non-stick surfaces property.

    5.Polyethylene(PE)- PEisa versatileplasticmaterialwithexcellentchemicalresistanceandlowcost.Itiswidelyusedinwaterdistributionandsupplysystemsduetoitslongevityanddurability.Itcanwithstandtemperaturesupto175°F, making it suitable for outdoor and underground applications.

    6.Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) – PVDF is a high-performance plastic that offers excellent chemical resistance, especially against strong acids and bases. It can withstand temperatures up to 275°F and is often used in specialty chemical processes, water treatment systems, and the semiconductor industry.

    Application of PP butterfly valve in drinking water industry

    The use of PP butterfly valves in the drinking water industry has become increasingly prevalent in recent years, and for good reason. Not only do these valves offer numerous benefits over traditional valve options, but they also adhere to strict health and safety regulations required for the transportation and distribution of potable water.

    One of the primary advantages of PP butterfly valves is their ability to handle high flow rates with minimal pressure drop. This is crucial in the drinking water industry where a steady flow at optimal pressure is necessary for efficient operation. The compact design of these valves also allows for installation in tight spaces, making them a popular choice amongst engineers and operators alike.

    How do you choose plastic butterfly valve material?

    Choosing the right material for your plastic butterfly valve is crucial as it affects its performance and durability. With so many options available in the market, it can be overwhelming to determine which material would best suit your needs. However, fear not, as I am here to guide you through this process with my technical expertise.

    Firstly, let’s discuss the different types of plastics commonly used for butterfly valves – PVC, CPVC, PVDF, and PP. Each of these materials has unique properties that make them suitable for specific applications. PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is a widely used material known for its affordability and versatility. It is resistant to corrosion and chemicals making it an ideal option for industrial use.