v port Pneumatic ball valve

Size:1/2” ~ 20”
Body: Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel
Ball: Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel
Seats: PTFE,RPTFE,PEEK
End connections: Threaded (NPT), Socket Weld, Butt Weld, Quick Clamp, Raised Face Flanges
Pressure ratings: Class 150, Class 300, Class 600
Ports: 15° V-Port, 30° V-Port, 60° V-Port, 90° V-Port, Custom Slotted Port, Custom V-Port
Applications: Temperature Control, Flow Control, Steam Control, Cavitation, Level Control & PH Service







    Description

    V port Pneumatic ball valve

    The v port Pneumatic ball valve offers precise control over flow rates, making it ideal for temperature and flow control, steam control, cavitation, level control, and PH service. Its size ranges from 1/2” to 20” with body made of stainless steel and carbon steel while the ball is also composed of stainless steel and carbon steel. In addition, the seats are made of PTFE, RPTFE or PEEK depending on the application. The connection ends have a wide variety of options such as threaded (NPT), socket weld, butt weld, quick clamp and raised face flanges. Furthermore, pressure ratings range from Class 150 to Class 600.

    There are various ports available too such as 15° V-Port, 30° V-Port, 60° V-Port or 90° V-Port along with custom slotted ports or custom V-Ports. Installing this product will provide increased linear response due to its in-line design which provides better media control with rapid response times. For even more precision a pneumatic actuator can be added with an output torque ranging from 10Nm to 8000 Nm plus double acting and single acting normally closed or open options available in addition to solenoid valves, limit switch boxes and other accessories if necessary. Get your v port Pneumatic ball valve now for optimal controlled performance!

    Design Features

    Size:1/2” ~ 20”
    Body: Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel
    Ball: Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel
    Seats: PTFE,RPTFE,PEEK
    End connections: Threaded (NPT), Socket Weld, Butt Weld, Quick Clamp, Raised Face Flanges
    Pressure ratings:Class 150, Class 300, Class 600
    Ports: 15° V-Port, 30° V-Port, 60° V-Port, 90° V-Port, Custom Slotted Port, Custom V-Port
    Applications:Temperature Control, Flow Control, Steam Control, Cavitation, Level Control & PH Service

    Ncreased linear response
    Due to the in-line design inherent with characterized control ball valves, line media flows linearly through the piping system. The direct pattern provides increased media control and rapid response times to controller commands.

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    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

    Exceptional characterized control
    characterized balls provide predictable and accurate control of downstream flow rates. These precision cut balls V-Port electric control ball valvematch the control performance of globe valves while offering the economy, features and reduced size and weight of ball valves. offers a wide range of V-Port and Slotted Port characterized balls. The standard characterized balls and an example of a custom ball are shown above. The 90° and 60° balls, like standard round hole balls, offer an equal percentage inherent flow characteristic. A slotted ball and a V-Port ball with a small angle opening, such as a 15° ball, furnish a linear inherent flow characteristic. medium angle V-Port valves such as a 30° ball furnish a modified equal percentage inherent flow characteristic. Custom ports are also available to meet special control requirements. Designed with flexibility in process conditions in mind, the Cv and control characteristics are easily changed by simply changing the ball


    FAQs

    What is a V port ball valve?

    A V port ball valve is a type of rotating ball valve with through-holes, or ports, in the body. Unlike standard ball valves that have straight-through flow paths, V port ball valves can be adjusted to create partial-flow capability. This makes them an ideal choice for applications such as controlling and limiting flow rates, throttling fluids, and ensuring accurate metering.

    V port ball valves are typically manufactured out of stainless steel or brass and come in both full-bore or reduced-bore designs. They also usually feature two spherical elements: a partially spherical disc with adjustable notches (or vane) that rotates inside the valve body; and a cylindrical interior element (called the “ball”) which helps to rotate the vane into position when required. Seals between these two elements help ensure smooth rotation while keeping leakage at bay.

    What is the difference between a O-ball valve and a V-ball valve?

    O-Ball and V-ball valves are both types of ball valves, which are primarily used to shut off or control the flow of liquid in a system. The main difference between these two valve types is their construction.

    O-ball valves have an elliptical body and a drilled hole at the center. This design allows for the unobstructed flow of liquid, even in high viscosity applications, while also providing full shutoff capabilities when necessary. O-ball valves can be found in chemical processing plants, oil & gas refineries, power generation facilities, water treatment plants and other industrial sectors.

    V-ball valves have a V-shaped body with an adjustable disc attached to its top end. This disc is connected to a stem that can be adjusted from outside the system using either manual or automated actuators. A major advantage of this design is that it combines both throttling and on/off functionality into one valve type – something which cannot be achieved with traditional ball valves alone. As such, v-ball valve designs are widely used for regulating or controlling fluid flows in industries such as pulp & paper mills, HVAC systems (heating ventilation air conditioning), food processing facilities etc., where accurate flow regulation needs to be maintained over time.

    In conclusion, while O-Ball and V-Ball Valves may initially appear similar due to their shared core components (i.e., spherical closure element/disc), their varied internal structures result in different performance characteristics when installed within specific systems – making each ideal for varying industrial projects depending on user requirements!

    Which industries are v port ball valves used in?

    V port ball valves are valve components used in various industries for flow control applications. They are most commonly used in the chemical, power plant, oil & gas, iron & steel, and food industries. In these industrial settings, v port ball valves offer a combination of durability and precision that can’t be achieved through other types of flow control components.

    V port ball valves feature an adjustable seat angle that allows for the regulation of fluid flow with extreme accuracy and repeatability. Additionally, they maintain tight closure characteristics at high pressure levels to ensure safety during operation. As such, v port ball valves are ideal for applications such as shutoff operations, temperature / pressure control systems or process automation programs where reliable performance is essential for optimal system operation and efficiency.

    Can the v port ball valve be adjusted?

    Yes, the V port ball valve can be adjusted. This type of valve is designed to regulate and control the flow of fluid or gas in a pipeline. It features an adjustable wedge-shaped disc (vane) that you can rotate inside its body, allowing you to precisely adjust and control the flow rate through the valve.

    To adjust the v port ball valve properly, it’s important that you determine your exact requirements for pressure drop, flow rate, velocity restrictions and various other parameters unique to your application. This helps ensure that you install a correct size pipe with optimal characteristics for your particular system’s needs. Furthermore, depending on where you are installing this type of valve in your piping system – upstream or downstream – will also affect how much pressure drop is required at said point in order to get it operating at maximum efficiency.