Welding pneumatic angle seat valve

Body: SS304,SS316,SS316L
Stem: SS304,SS316,SS316L
Pneumatic actuators:PA, stainless steel
Seats: PTFE
Ends: welding
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

    Welding pneumatic angle seat valve

    Welding pneumatic angle seat valve is perfect for applications that require a cost-effective ball valve alternative with high cycle life and operating safety. It features a maintenance-free spring loaded packing with intermediate relief and wiper, self aligning PTFE seal/plug, and an optical position indication standard option. Furthermore, it is composed of SS304, SS316, and SS316L body styles along with PA or stainless steel pneumatic actuators. All this leads to a lowered operational control air consumption cost as well as overall cost savings due to its low lifecycle costs that help maintain efficiency while being suitable for neutral gases, air or most liquids—including water, alcohols, oils, fuel, salt solution, alkali solutions or organic solvents—at temperature ranges up to 180 °C at 16bar pressure. This product also comes equipped with additional accessories such as solenoid valves, limit switch boxes, filters, E/P positioners and hand wheels that can further improve your process’s performance. This welding pneumatic angle seat valve is ideal for neutral gases, air, water, alcohols, fuels, salt solutions, alkali solutions and organic solvents.

    The pneumatically-operated 2/2-way Y-pattern valve is operated by an ultra-compact piston actuator Despite the small dimensions of the actuator, high pressure can be switched without problems.The Y-pattern construction of the body makes possible extremely high flow rates, particularly in comparison to conventional globe valves. The proven, self-adjusting and maintenance-free packing glands ensure high sealing integrity

    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: welding
    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

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    FAQs

    What is a pneumatic angle seat valve?

    A pneumatic angle seat valve is a type of automated directional control valve typically used in controlling various industrial process applications. It is used to regulate the flow rate of working media such as air, water, steam and other low-viscosity fluids. These valves are characterized by its angle-shaped body, which allows for greater space utilization when compared to the more traditional globe-style valves.

    Pneumatic angle seat valves use an actuator with a piston rod and spring that moves up or down depending on the pressure of the surrounding environment. When activated, it opens or closes quickly based on how much pressure is applied to it.

    This fast and responsive action makes them ideal for applications where a quick reaction time is required to maintain desired levels of flow in various processes.

    What are the applications of pneumatic angle seat valves?

    Pneumatic angle seat valves are widely used in industrial applications due to their reliable and repeatable control of liquids, gases, and vapors. The unique valve design allows for high flow rate, low pressure drop across the valve body, and a long service life.

    In industrial settings, pneumatic angle seat valves are popularly used for controlling the flow of fluids or gases at different pressures. They can be used as part of a process to provide shut-off services or regulate the speed of fluid flow. Additionally, they are often employed in fire sprinkler systems and other safety systems to effectively control steam/condensate levels or pressure relief functions.

    Pneumatic angle seat valves can also be found in food processing plants where it is utilized as an automated component in food preparation lines or pasteurizing operations. In addition to their ability to operate quickly with precision control over varying temperatures and pressures without notable noise production make them ideal for such applications.

    Angle seat piston valve working principle

    The angle seat piston valve is a type of control valve that uses a pneumatic actuator to actuate the stem in order to open and close an internal disk-shaped valve seat. The angle seat piston valve is typically used for controlling the flow of steam, gas, air or oil in various process systems.

    The working principle of an angle seat piston valve is fairly simple. The valve has two inputs connected directly to each other – one male and one female end, otherwise referred to as ports A and B. When the actuator moves down, it compresses air which pushes against a diaphragm inside the actuator housing which then forces hydraulic fluid through its channel into a cylinder connected with port B; this causes pressure buildup on both sides of the internal disk shaped details causing it to move upwards thereby blocking off port A while opening up port B – allowing air/ liquid/ any material from Port B to pass through. When the force applied by actuator drops at certain points, fluid will be pushed out from Port A (which was blocked) thus allowing materials from Port A back into port B creating a smooth airflow pattern that can be controlled manually or via automated means such as electric or pneumatic signal input.