proportional control pneumatic angle seat control valve

Body: SS304,SS316,SS316L
Stem: SS304,SS316,SS316L
Pneumatic actuators:PA, stainless steel
Seats: PTFE
Ends: Thread BSP, BSPT, NPT
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







    Description

    This proportional control pneumatic angle seat control valve is designed for integral pneumatic control valve, particularly suitable for angle seat valves and diaphragm valves. It has a compact stainless steel design with electrical waterproof connectors, a LCD with backlight, and easy start-up functions. It also features rich additional software functions. The valve body is constructed of SS304, SS316 or SS316L material while the stem can be made out of the same materials. The Pneumatic actuators include PA or stainless steel and the seats are made of PTFE material. The pressure rating is 16bar and air pilot pressure rated at 0.6Mpa while sizes range from 3/8″ – 4″ (10mm – 100mm). It’s also temperature rated from -40 °C to + 180 °C depending on the pressure, medium and material used. The controls include Double Acting, Single Acting Normally Closed and Single Acting Normally Open while accessories contain Solenoid Valve, Limit Switch Box, Filter, E/P Positioner and Hand Wheel. This product is easy to use as it can easily be operated via the LCD and keypad along with adjusting the valve position quickly and accurately through detecting the position sensor signal

    Intelligent electropneumatic valve positioner is designed for integral pneumatic control valve, particularly suitable for angle seat valves and diaphragm valves. The product is easy to operate and has rich software functions. It can easily be operated via the LCD and keypad. The positioner adjusts the valve position quickly and accurately through detecting the position sensor signal.

    1.Compact stainless steel design
    2.Electrical waterproof connectors
    3.LCD with backlight
    4.Easy to start-up
    5.Rich additional software functions

    Description
    Body: SS304,SS316,SS316L
    Stem: SS304,SS316,SS316L
    Pneumatic actuators:PA, stainless steel
    Seats: PTFE
    Ends: Thread BSP, BSPT, NPT
    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
    E/P positioned: DC24V signal input: 4-20ma,0-10v,1-5V

    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

    proportional control pneumatic angle seat control valve

    proportional control pneumatic angle seat control valve

    proportional control pneumatic angle seat control valve


    FAQs

    What is a pneumatic angle seat valve?

    A pneumatic angle seat valve is a type of pneumatically-actuated control valve commonly used for controlling the flow of fluid in process control and industrial applications. This valve uses a diaphragm to regulate the flow rate or pressure of liquid, gas, or steam passing through its body in order to achieve various control functions such as on/off, proportional control, pressure relief, etc.

    The typical design for this type of valve comprises an angle-designed body with integral flanges for connection purposes and a center cavity containing a piston actuator connected to an external air supply tube (or solenoid) that opens and closes according to instructions from the system controller. The most common types are single acting (with only one actuation force) and double acting (with two actuation forces).

    What are the applications of pneumatic angle seat valves?

    Pneumatic angle seat valves are incredibly versatile and widely used in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, food and beverage, chemical processing, water treatment, and many others. Their primary purpose is to regulate the flow of liquids by either allowing or blocking it from entering or exiting a line. This makes them ideal for controlling high-pressure systems that require repeatable operations with tight shutoff capabilities.

    One common application of pneumatic angle seat valves is in process automation due to their long service life and precision control capabilities. These valves are designed with a single-piece body that eliminates the possibility of leakage between components over time. Furthermore, they offer superior performance when compared to other types of pneumatically operated valves since seating forces remain consistent regardless of pressure changes in the system.

    Angle seat piston valve working principle

    The angle seat piston valve (ASPV) is an actuated valve with a pneumatic actuator which uses the motion of a piston to open and close valves. The ASPV has been used for many different applications, including process control, safety systems and energy saving. It is one of the most reliable and cost-effective valves on the market today.

    The working principle of an ASPV can be simplified into two steps – opening and closing. Firstly, when a signal from either an electrical or mechanical controller reaches the ASPV’s pilot-controlled solenoid valve, it causes the air pressure in its cylinder to change direction. This force then drives the main piston inside the ASPV’s body — up or down depending on how much pressure is applied — causing it to move relative to its seat position, therefore changing its effective flow area.

    When this movement changes sufficiently such that it closes off all flow paths in between itself and its seating surface; then no further flow can pass through until maximum closure gap between them is achieved due to lack of force against it by controlled fluid moved by other means such as electric motor etc., this will be known as complete closure state condition whereupon if required effecting reopening upon application of reverser fluid forces like compressed air devices etc..