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BELLOWS

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Meets or Exceeds MSS 117 & API 602 High Termperature Cycle Test

Multi-ply Bellows 100% Helium Leak Test Leak Rate < 1 x 10 -6 Gate Valves 3,000 Cycles Globe Valves 10,000 Cycles

5 Year Bellows Fatigue Warranty variety of materials Stainless Steel 321 Inconel 625, 718 Hastelloy "C" Monel

Manufactured with a

Bellows Seal Valves have been extensively tested to assure long lasting performance
Every bellows assembly is helium tested to make sure that each one is of the highest quality, so you can be confident there will be no external stem leaks. The bellows seal design and testing meet or exceed the requirements of API598, API602, BS5352 and MSS SP-117 which require designs to be fatigue tested to prove reliability. In fact, we have so much confidence in our products that If you use these valves within these parameters, and within the ANSI Class pressure and temperature ratings, and the bellows fails from fatigue within 5 years after you buy it, we will send you a new valve or bellows assembly free of charge. All other terms and conditions are in accordance with Eagle America, Inc. Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale.

Here's what others say about Eagle Bellows Seal Valves


An unsolicited testimonial reprinted from OXY NEWS, a monthly publication of Occidental ChemicalCompany for their Florida Operation employees.

Less Steam Loss Means More Dollars


Attacking one of the biggest problems of the trade, steam lose, Larry Peiper and his Energy Conservation group along with the cooperative efforts of the chemical plant employees, have realized a remarkable improvement with this problem through the use of a new steam valve. Steam loss in 1980 resulted in an additional expense of approximately $200.000, but as of June of thin year, an improvement has been made that will amount to an annual savings of approximately $110,000. Through a concerted effort of the maintenance departments at both plants, everyone has been keeping an eye out for new, improved products they can use in the battle against energy waste. George Glover, Suwannee River Chemical
Diagram of valve the non rotating stem mechanism is designed to prevent torsional loads on the bellows assembly. Secondary seal provides back-up protection. Welded bellows provide superior cycle life and better performance because stress is evenly distributed throughout the bellows plates. Standard bellows material is a special nickel alloy, permitting the valve to be used in the widest possible range of fluids and gases. Peiper (right) and Bobby King, Swift Creek Maintenance Supervisor, review installation of Eagle Zero Steam Leak bellows valve

Maintenance, and Dorsey Moors, Swift Creek Chemical, began using a new valve called the eagle bellow seal steam valve with zero steam leakage and zero maintenance. "The valve is expensive," Peiper said, "but, oh so effective. The savings far outweigh the cost involved." Experience to date shows no steam leeks from the stem packing and no maintenance problems.

EAGLE VALVES SAVE YOU MONEY


How? By totally eliminating steam loss due to valve stem leakage ... and by ending continual packing adjustment and replacement.

GET IN ON THE SAVINGS


Find out just how much you can save with Eagle valves.

See your
From left are Rusell Little, Suwannee River Chemical Maintenance Supervisor, Peiper and Glover inspecting At the Suwannee River Chemical Complex

Distributor.

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POWER ENGINEERING
FIELD NOTES

A program of valve replacement reduced valve maintenance needs "dramatically" at Consolidated Edison's Astoria station, according to Jay Koch, operations superintendent. Conventional packed globe and gate valves were replaced with bellows seal valves. The upgrade program, begun about 10 years ago, had two goals: to improve availability by incorporating state-of-the-art advances in hardware, and to create a safer, more pleasant working environment in the 1600-MW plant's five oil- and natural gas-fired units. Leaking glands were a problem in the packed globe and gate valves used throughout the station. Gland leaks resulted in the escape of steam and repeated accumulations of water on the floor and around major equipment. Despite intensive efforts, the maintenance crew was losing ground, says Koch. "We'd pack, tighten and repack glands. Then, after a relatively short length of time, we'd have to repack and tighten again, until stuffing boxes became wire-drawn or eroded and failed to hold the packing. Then, we'd replace the valves and the cycle would begin all over again." At first, it was believed that this condition could be corrected by

Bellows seal valve retrofits cut maintenance time, costs

Replacement of packed seal valves with bellows seal valves has cut maintenance significantly at Consolidated Edison's Astoria station.

the use of live loading, accomplished by installing a series of Belleville washer nuts under the packing to supply constant pressure against the gland followers and automatically compensate for the effects of cycling pressures. However, this approach was soon rejected and a more permanent solution was sought. Bellows seal valves were then investigated and chosen, although at the time they were generally considered only for N-stamp applications in nuclear plants. Critical areas were taken first, such as steam trap lines and instrumentation offtakes for boilers, including drum level and steam pressure indication. Leaking packing glands in valves on the water side of drum level indication posed serious problems. Water at 650 F flashing to steam as it leaked into the atmosphere resulted in a lower differential reading than actually existed. Consequently, the false drum level signal could trigger feedwater flow to raise the water level to the automatic trip point, thus causing a false trip and shutdown of the unit. Valve replacements began with the installation of an Eagle Class 600 lb bellows seal globe valve from EG&G Sealol Eagle. on a 250-1b steam trap drain line, and Class 1500 lb bellows seal globe valves on offtakes for boiler gage glasses on steam drums. Results were "dramatic," according to Koch. The new valves required virtually no maintenance. Before the replacements, Astoria station had several unscheduled outages over a three-year period as a result of valve gland leakage, and outage work lists for each of the station's five units repeatedly showed 30 to 50% of the jobs were packing and valve maintenance items. Since the conversion, this figure has been reduced to less than 1%. Koch reports that the first bellows seal valve installed (on a 250-1b trap drain line) ten years ago has required no attention since it went into service. Conversion to bellows seal valves continues at Astoria station. The valves are being installed on some remaining pressurized systems, as well as on vacuum systems, condensate systems, hydrogen gas pressure reducing station, distribution manifolds and CO supplies for purging the generator.

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Reprinted from the January 1991 edition of Power Engineering Copyright 1991 by PennWell Publishing Company

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FLUID HANDLING

Bellows seal valves control hazards


Changeover from packed valves prevents leaks, fugitive emissions and reduces maintenance.

compounds were prone to packing gland leaks and fugitive emissions. Positive containment and control of these hard-to-handle products was achieved by retrofitting the process with bellows seal valves. Many reactions and blending operations in the Multi-Products Department are carried out under vacuum. Steam siphons are used to draw the vacuums and bellows seal valves have replaced packed valves on the process lines to eliminate recurring steam leaks. In the Surfactant Department, a pharmaceutical grade base for a detergent requires that valves keep the base from leaking as well as

Bellows seal valves have made possible tremendous


Rohm & Haas Piping Supervisor, John Cavacini, agreed to make the changeover to the bellows seal valves on the chlorine application. The leakage of chlorine was eliminated and when several other changeovers to bellows seal valves were equally successful, Cavacini began a systematic replacement of packed valves on priority 1 products with bellows seal valves. The next problem area was the powerhouse, which supplies steam to the entire plant and where packing failures had been rampant. The Mechanical Department was forced to constantly "doctor" packed valves because any appreciable leak required unscheduled shutdown of a boiler unit, resulting in loss of power to the plant. The 1-inch valves used on the gauge lines for water/steam drum level on the 3 boiler units were especially critical. Leaks in these lines not only could cause incorrect readings in water level, but could also activate the high limit control, triggering a false "trip" and system shutdown. A switch was made to bellows seal valves during scheduled shutdown. periods and all leakage problems were eliminated. Equally serious and dangerous was the situation created when an oil heating unit was installed. Packed valves used in the ultra- unit were virtually inaccessible for periodic tightening of glands. When packed valves on the steam lines of the unit used to preheat fuel oil began to leak, endangering operators, Cavacini once again made the switch to bellows seal valves. Flammable fumes contained Various departments in the plant are relegated respectively to the manufacture of biocides, surfactants, ion-exchange resins and ortho- (used in treating leather). A fifth department processes multi-products and in this area, di-methyl and tri-methyl amines were causing great concern several years ago. Packed valves used to transfer and feed these volatile, odorous and extremely flammable

savings in manhours and materials.


preventing the ingress of harmful bacteria from the atmosphere. The process involves temperatures up to 400 F and pressures to 275 psi. Packed valves formerly used in the application were adversely affected by constant cycling of the temperatures and by the pressurization and depressurization of the valves. After repeated cycling of temperatures and pressures, the material used in the chevron-type packings suffered a significant "set" or loss of elasticity, resulting in problems. The changeover to bellows seal valves on priority 1 products continues. Cavacini explains that the plant maintains a stock of bellows seal valves in ''/z, 3/4 and I inch sizes and installs them in place of packed valves that fail. To date more than 100 valves have been replaced. Safety and savings Cavacini reports that not only have bellows seals been a major reason for the plant's excellent record for clean, safe operation, but they have also made possible tremendous savings in manhours and materials. The plant has eliminated the constant checking of packed pumps, as well as tightening of glands and replacement of packings and stuffing boxes. Service life of valves has been dramatically extended. Most of the valves installed in the changeover 6 years ago are still in service, whereas the packed valves required replacement on an average of every 1-%z years. Says Cavacini: "It's an investment in quality and reliability that's paid off many times over in trouble-free performance."

Figure 1. The design of the bellows seal valves makes them inherently leak-tight.
The Rohm & Haas plant in northeast Philadelphia maintains stringent measures for the protection of its personnel and the environment throughout its operations. All chemicals of a carcinogenic nature and those hazardous to humans or the environment are classified as "priority I" products and extreme care is taken to keep them contained at all times. The company manufactures a variety of chemicals, which are sold to an industry-wide market. Some 100 different products include agrichemicals, oil additives, ion-exchange resins and ingredients for floor waxes. Plant-wide upgrading About 6 years ago the company initiated a program to upgrade all valves used on priority 1 products throughout the plant's 5 departments. The action was triggered by recurring problems with conventional packed valves in use. A potentially dangerous situation had been created by leaking packing glands on chlorine valves used in a processing operation. The distributor for a valve company that regularly serviced the plant was consulted and recommended Class 300 pound ANSI carbon steel bellows seal valves. He pointed out that a metal bellows, which acts as the primary stem seal (Fig. 1) makes the valves inherently leak- by blocking the passage of fluids in or out.

Bellows seal valves are a product of

CASE STUDIES

Switch To Metal Bellows Seal Valves Benefits Chlorine Handling Operation


Eliminates packing corrosion problems, cuts downtime and product losses
STEVE TYSON Maintenance Specialist, Rhone Poulenc CP STAFF

Smooth changeover of plug valves to bellows seal globe valves at Rhone Poulenc's pesticide plant in Institute, W Va., strengthened anti-pollution measures, significantly cut maintenance man-hours, downtime and product losses. Many hundreds of tons of chlorine are used annually in the production of pesticides at the 460-acre site. Storage, transfer and processing of the chlorine require miles of pipe and hundreds of valves. For many years, conventional packed ball, globe and globe plug valves were used for chlorine service. However, in the early 1980's, Rhone Poulenc decided to upgrade the safety, efficiency and economy of its chlorine handling operations. Deteriorated packings were causing leakage of chlorine from valve stems. Several hundred valves were involved. In addition to the plug valves in chlorine service, the plant was also using ANSI 600, 800 and 1500 Class metal bellows seal valves on such diverse and demanding services as steam and heat transfer fluids. Rhone Poulenc's engineers and the valve manufacturer's sales engineer had previously solved a leak problem of packed plug valves on a methyl mercap- line, which had to be opened daily for sampling of the extremely malodorous tracer gas. All the bellows seal valves in use had proven consistently dependable over a three-year period on severe

services. Engineers in the upgrading project started replacing plug valves on the chlorine line with ANSI 300 Class bellows seal globe valves. The valve is inherently leaktight. The bellows, welded to the stem above the disc and to the body (Figure 1), acts as the primary stem seal. Passage of fluids is completely blocked, in or out. In order to achieve the upgraded performance of the bellows sealed valves, engineers had to accommodate the difference in flange-to-flange dimensions between the conventional plug valves and the ANSI bellows seal valves. Considering the multiplicity of valves and the amount of pipe involved in the changeover, this could have meant a costly interruption of processing operations. Instead, the manufacturer supplied versions modified to meet ANSI dimensions.

Initially, the bellows seal valves were specified and supplied with forged carbon steel bodies, Inconel bellows and Monel trim. However, Tyson wanted an extra margin of protection against moisture in the liquid chlorine as delivered from its manufacturer. Rhone Poulenc selected all-Hastelloy bellows seals. All the valves used on the aboveground tanks, into which the liquid chlorine is off-loaded from the supplier's barge, have stems, discs, bellows and bellows holders of Hastelloy C-276. The valves are used on feed lines, and to control flow to liquid level gauges, pressure gauges, etc.

Figure 1. Metal bellows seal is specifically designed for chlorine handling applications requiring maximum corrosion resistance

The upgrading program is proceeding smoothly, with up to 500 plug valves throughout the plant slated for eventual replacement by bellows seal valves.
Bellows seal globe valves

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Globe Valves-ANSI Class 150-800

F8 Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Forged Steel Globe Valves 1/2 - 2 Welded Bonnet

Stainless Steel Bellows For long life and good corrosion resistance Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life

Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 598 Alloy And Trims Available Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

Additional For

ANSI CLASS 150-800


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Part Body Bonnet Extension Disc Bellows Assy. Stem Guide Pin Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Hex Nut Yoke Sleeve Thrust Collar Handwheel Handle Nut Grease Fitting Name Plate Carbon Steel (C22) A105* A105 A105 Type 420 SS Type 321 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Graphite Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Malleable Iron Carbon Steel Copper Alloy Aluminum

F8 Series
Forged Steel Globe Valves 1/2 - 2 Welded Bonnet

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of Thermadyne.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


Socket Weld/Threaded Globe Valves
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .63 .87 1.10 1.65 2.05 A 1.34 1.57 1.93 2.56 3.07 d1 .855 1.065 1.330 1.915 2.406 h .39 .51 .51 .51 .63 L1 3.11 3.62 4.37 5.98 6.77 H 8.7 8.7 9.6 12.6 13.6 D 3.94 3.94 4.92 6.30 7.09 LIFT .26 .26 .26 .43 .49 WT(lbs.) 6.5 7 10.4 20.7 29.4 Cv 2.7 3.1 5.4 13.4 23.0

Year Year

Bellows Warranty

5 Year/10,000 Cycle Bellows Fatigue Warranty

Flanged Globe Valves 150


SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 L2 4.25 4.62 5.00 6.50 8.00 C 3.50 3.88 4.25 5.00 6.00 WT(lbs.) 8.5 10 18 22 41 L2 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.50

300
C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 WT(lbs.) 10.5 14 22 30 49 L2 6.50 7.50 8.50 9.50 11.50

600
C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 WT(lbs.) 10.5 15 23 31 51

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Globe Valves-ANSI Class 150-800

G8 Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Forged Steel Globe Valves 1/2 - 2 Bolted Bonnet

Inconel Bellows For longer life and maximum corrosion resistance Compact Lower Piping Costs Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life Soft Seat Available

Very Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced

Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 598 Alloy And Trims Available Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

Additional For

ANSI CLASS 150-800


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Part Body Bonnet Disc Bellows Assy. Stem Guide Pin Joint Bolt Gasket Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Hex Nut Yoke Sleeve Thrust Collar Handwheel Handle Nut Grease Fitting Name Plate Carbon Steel (C22) A105* A105 Type 316 SS Inconel 625 ** Type 410 SS Carbon Steel A193 B7 Graphite/316 SS Graphite Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Malleable Iron Carbon Steel Copper Alloy Aluminum 316L SS (S44) A182 F316L* A182 F316L Type 316 SS* INCONEL 625** Type 316 SS Carbon Steel A193 B8 Garphite/316 SS Graphite Type 304 SS Type 316 SS Type 304 SS Type 304 SS Type 304 SS Copper Alloy Type 410 SS Malleable Iron Type 304 SS Copper Alloy Aluminum

G8 Series
Forged Steel Globe Valves 1/2 - 2 Bolted Bonnet

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of Thermadyne. ** INCONEL is a trademark of Huntington Alloys, Inc.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


Socket Weld/Threaded Globe Valves
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .63 .87 1.10 1.65 2.05 A 1.34 1.57 1.93 2.56 3.07 d1 .855 1.065 1.330 1.915 2.406 h .39 .51 .51 .51 .63 L1 3.11 3.62 4.37 5.98 6.77 H 8.3 8.3 9.2 11.9 12.8 D 3.94 3.94 4.92 6.30 7.09 LIFT .26 .26 .26 .43 .49 WT(lbs.) 5.9 6.2 11 21 30 Cv. 2.7 3.1 5.4 13.4 23.0

Year Year

Bellows Warranty

5 Year/10,000 Cycle Bellows Fatigue Warranty

Flanged Globe Valves


150 SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 L2 4.25 4.62 5.00 6.50 8.00

EAGLE AMERICA, INC.


300 WT(lbs.) 8 9 15 27 41 L2 6.00 7.00 8.00 9.00 10.50

150
C 3.50 3.88 4.25 5.00 6.00

300
C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 WT(lbs.) 10 13 19 35 49

600 L2 6.50 7.50 8.50 9.50 11.50

600 600 C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50

600 WT(lbs.) 10 14 20 36 51

Valves For The Future

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Gate Valves-ANSI/API Class 150-800

H8 Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Forged Steel Gate Valves 1/2 - 2 Welded Bonnet

Stainless Steel Bellows For long life and good corrosion resistance Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life

Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 602 & 598 Alloy And Trims Available Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

Additional For

ANSI/API CLASS 150-800


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Part Body Seat Ring Bonnet Extension Gate Bellows Assy. Stem Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Hex Nut Yoke Sleeve Thrust Collar Handwheel Handle Nut Grease Fitting Name Plate Carbon Steel (C22) A105 Type 316 SS* A105 A105 Type 420 SS Type 321 SS Type 410 SS Graphite Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Malleable Iron Carbon Steel Copper Alloy Aluminum

H8 Series

Forged Steel Gate Valves 1/2 - 2 Welded Bonnet

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of Thermadyne.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


Socket Weld/Threaded Gate Valves
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .39 .54 .71 1.14 1.45 A 1.34 1.57 1.93 2.56 3.07 d1 .855 1.065 1.330 1.915 2.406 h .39 .51 .51 .51 .63 L1 3.11 3.62 4.37 4.72 5.51 H 9.8 10.9 13.1 17.0 20.3 D 3.94 3.94 4.92 6.30 7.09 LIFT .51 .67 .87 1.34 1.69 WT(lbs.) 6.4 7.2 11 20 30 Cv. 7.1 15 25 75 120

Year Year

Bellows Warranty

5 Year/3,000 Cycle Bellows Fatigue Warranty

Flanged Gate Valves


150 SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 L2 4.25 4.62 5.00 6.50 7.00 150 150 C 3.50 3.88 4.25 5.00 6.00 150 WT(lbs.) 9 11 15 26 40 300 L2 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.50 8.50 300 300 C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 300 WT(lbs.) 11 15 19 34 48 600 L2 6.50 7.50 8.50 9.50 11.50 600 600 C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 600 WT(lbs.) 12 16 21 36 51

EAGLE AMERICA, INC.


Valves For The Future

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All registered trademarks are property of their owners and are hereby acknowledged.

Gate Valves-ANSI/API Class 150-800

W8 Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Forged Steel Gate Valves 1/2 - 2 Bolted Bonnet

Inconel Bellows For longer life and maximum corrosion resistance Compact Lower Piping Costs Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life

Very Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 602 & 598 Alloy And Trims Available Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

Additional For

ANSI/API CLASS 150-800


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Part Body Seat Ring Bonnet Gate Bellows Assy. Stem Joint Bolt Gasket Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Hex Nut Yoke Sleeve Thrust Collar Handwheel Handle Nut Grease Fitting Name Plate Carbon Steel (C22) A105 Type 316 SS* A105 Type 420 SS Inconel 625** Type 410 SS A193 B7 Graphite/316 SS Graphite Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Malleable Iron Carbon Steel Copper Alloy Aluminum Stainless Steel (S44) A182 F316L Type 316 SS* A182 F316L Type 316 SS* Inconel 625** Type 316 SS A193 B8 Graphite/316 SS Graphite Type 304 SS Type 316 SS Type 304 SS Type 304 SS Type 304 SS Copper Alloy Type 410 SS Malleable Iron Type 304 SS Copper Alloy Aluminum

W8 Series
Forged Steel Gate Valves 1/2 -2 Bolted Bonnet

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of Thermadyne. ** INCONEL is a trademark of Huntington Alloys, Inc.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


Socket Weld/Threaded Gate Valves
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .39 .54 .71 1.14 1.45 A 1.34 1.57 1.93 2.56 3.07 d1 .855 1.065 1.330 1.915 2.406 h .39 .51 .51 .51 .63 L1 3.11 3.62 4.37 4.72 5.51 H 9.3 10.1 12.2 16.0 18.6 D 3.94 3.94 4.92 6.30 7.09 LIFT .51 .67 .87 1.34 1.69 WT(lbs.) 7 8 14 25 40 Cv. 7.1 15 25 75 120

Year Year

Bellows Warranty

5 Year/3,000 Cycle Bellows Fatigue Warranty

Flanged Gate Valves


150 SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 L2 4.25 4.62 5.00 6.50 7.00 150 150 C 3.50 3.88 4.25 5.00 6.00 150 WT(lbs.) 10 12 18 31 50 300 L2 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.50 8.50 300 300 C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 300 WT(lbs.) 12 16 22 39 58 600 L2 6.50 7.50 8.50 9.50 11.50 600 600 C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 600 WT(lbs.) 13 17 24 41 61

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Valves For The Future

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All registered trademarks are property of their owners and are hereby acknowledged.

Globe Valves-ANSI Class 150-300

J Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Cast Steel Globe Valves 2 1/2 - 12

Inconel Bellows For longer life and maximum corrosion resistance Compact Lower Piping Costs Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life Soft Seat Available

Very Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced

Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 598 Alloy And Trims Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

Additional For

ANSI CLASS 150-300


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Part B ody Seat R ing B onnet Disc Disc Nut B ellows A ssy. B onnet B ushing Stem Joint B olt Hex Nut Gasket Packing W asher Gland Packing Gland B ushing Gland Plate Gland B olt Pin Hex Nut Guide Plate Hex B olt Sleeve Y oke Cap Handwheel Handle Nut Name Plate Grease Fitting Set Screw T hrust Collar Carbon Steel (C22) A 216WCB A 105* A 216WCB A 216WCB +13CR T ype 316 SS INCONE L 625** T ype 316 SS T ype 410 SS A 193 B 7 A 194 2H Graphite/316 SS T ype 410 SS Graphite T ype 410 SS A 216 W CB Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Ductile Iron Carbon Steel Malleable Iron Carbon Steel A luminum Carbon Steel A lloy Steel Copper A lloy Stainless Steel (S44) A 351 CF8M --A 351 CF8M T ype 316 SS T ype 316 SS INCONE L 625** T ype 316 SS T ype 316 SS A 193 B 8 A 194 8 Graphite/316 SS --Graphite T ype 316 SS A 351 CF8 T ype 304 SS Stainless Steel T ype 304 SS T ype 316 SS T ype 316 SS Copper A lloy --Malleable Iron Stainless Steel A luminum Carbon Steel Stainless Steel Copper A lloy

J Series
Cast Steel Globe Valves 2 1/2" - 12"

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of Thermadyne. **INCONEL is a trademark of Huntington Alloys, Inc.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


ANSI 150 Flanged and Butt Weld End

Y ear

SIZE 2 1/2 3 4 6 8

d 2.469 3.068 4.026 6.065 7.981

d1 2.96 3.59 4.62 6.78 8.78

C 7.00 7.50 9.00 11.00 13.50

L 8.50 9.50 11.50 16.00 19.50

H 15 17 19 23 28

D 10 12 14 18 20

L IFT .63 .63 .79 1.18 1.57

Cv 55 85 150 360 650

WT (lbs.) WT (lbs.) FL BW 70 90 150 260 430 55 80 120 245 400

5 Year/3,000 Cycle 5 Year/3,000 Cycle Bellows Fatigue Warranty Bellows Fatigue Warranty
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ANSI 300 Flanged and Butt Weld End

SIZE 2 1/2 3 4 6 8

d 2.469 3.068 4.026 6.065 7.981

d1 2.96 3.59 4.62 6.78 8.78

C 7.50 8.25 10.00 12.50 15.00

L 11.50 12.50 14.00 17.50 22.00

H 17 18 21 24 31

D 10 12 16 18 20

L IFT .63 .63 .79 1.18 1.57

Cv 55 85 150 360 650

WT (lbs.) WT (lbs.)

FL
105 120 180 340 570

BW
85 90 140 270 450

ANSI 600 Consult factory.

Gate Valves-ANSI/API Class 150-300

L Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Cast Steel Gate Valves 2 1/2 - 12

Inconel Bellows For longer life and maximum corrosion resistance Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life

Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 600 & 598 Alloy And Trims Available Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

Additional For

ANSI/API CLASS 150-300


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Part B ody Seat R ing B onnet E xtension Y oke Gate B ellows A ssy. B onnet B ushing Stem Joint B olt Hex Nut Gasket Gland Packing Gland B ushing Gland Plate Gland B olt Hex Nut Pin Sleeve Y oke Cap Handwheel Handle Nut Name Plate Grease Fitting Set Screw T hrust Collar Carbon Steel (C22) A 216W CB A 106* A 216W CB A 106 A 216W CB A 216W CB +13CR INCONE L 625** T ype 316 SS T ype 410 SS A 193 B 7 A 194 2H Graphite/316 SS Graphite T ype 410 SS A 216 W CB Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Ductile Iron Carbon Steel Malleable Iron Carbon Steel A luminum Carbon Steel A lloy Steel Copper A lloy Stainless Steel (S44) A 351 CF8M --A 351 CF 8M T ype 316 SS A 351 CF8M T ype 316 SS INCONE L 625 ** T ype 316 SS T ype 316 SS A 193 B 8 A 194 8 150 class: Graphite 300 class: Graphite/316 SS Graphite T ype 316 SS A 351 CF8 T ype 304 SS T ype 304 SS T ype 304 SS Copper A lloy T ype 410 SS Malleable Iron Stainless Steel A luminum --Stainless Steel ---

L Series
Cast Steel Gate Valves 2 1/2" - 12"

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of T hermadyne. ** INCONE L is a trademark of Huntington A lloys, Inc.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


ANSI 150 Flanged End
SIZE 3 4 6 C 7.50 9.00 11.00 L 8.00 9.00 10.50 H 29 36 53 D 10 12 16 d 3.068 4.026 6.065 WT (lbs.) 75 130 210 d1 3.59 4.62 6.78

Butt Weld End


L 11.12 12.00 15.88 H 29 36 53 D 10 12 16 L IFT 3.48 4.45 6.45 Cv 710 1300 3110 WT (lbs.) 113 135 345

ANSI 300 Flanged and Butt Weld End


SIZE 3 4 6 d 3.068 4.026 6.065 d1 3.59 4.62 6.78 C 8.25 10.00 12.50 L 11.12 12.00 15.88 H 29 36 53 D 10 12 16 L IFT 3.48 4.45 6.45 Cv 710 1300 3110 WT (lbs.) WT (lbs.) FL BW 136 179 420 113 135 345

5 Year Bellows Fatigue Warranty


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ANSI 600 - Consult factory.

Globe Valves-ANSI Class 1500 Y - Pattern

GA Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Forged Steel Globe Valves 1/2 - 2 Welded Bonnet

Inconel Bellowslife and maximum For longer


corrosion resistance

Zero Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Lower operating costs/no downtime

Zero Maintenance

Reduce Monitoring Costs Three Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows

Graphite packing Backseat in open position

Hardfaced Seatinglong life Surface Stellite 21 for Valve Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 598 Additional Alloy And Trims Available ForOut Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Applications Where Leakage Into Or
Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media

ANSI Class 1500 Y-Pattern Materials


No. Part 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Body Bonnet Disc Disc Guide Bellows Guide Stem Guide Pin Split Ring Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Hex Nut Yoke Guide Plate (A) Guide Plate (B) Hex Bolt Hex Nut Yoke Sleeve Thrust Bearing Grease Fitting Yoke Bushing Handwheel Handwheel Nut Set Screw Name Plate GA105SW A105 Forged Steel A105 Forged Steel A105 Type 316 SS Type 316 SS Type 316 SS Type 410 SS Type 304 SS Type 410 SS Graphite Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Forged Steel A105 Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Copper Alloy Bearing Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Malleable iron Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Aluminum GAF22SW F22 Alloy Steel A182 F22 Alloy Steel A182 F22 Type 316 SS Type 316 SS Type 316 SS Type 410 SS Type 304 SS Type 410 SS Graphite Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Type 410 SS Type 410 SS Carbon Steel Forged Steel A105 Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Copper Alloy Bearing Steel Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Malleable iron Carbon Steel Carbon Steel Aluminum

GA Series

Forged Steel Globe Valves 1/2" - 2" Welded Bonnet

Bellows Assembly INCONEL 625/316L INCONEL 625/316L

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .51 .71 .87 1.42 1.65 H 12.6 12.6 12.6 17.0 17.0 A 2.17 2.17 2.17 3.46 3.46 H1 15.1 15.1 15.1 19.7 19.7 d1 .855 1.065 1.330 1.915 2.406 D 7.87 7.87 7.87 11.81 11.81 h .39 .51 .51 .51 .63 LIFT .38 .38 .38 .62 .62 L 6.50 6.50 6.50 9.50 9.50
(LBS) WT

L1 1.97 1.97 1.97 2.75 2.75 Cv 5 9 13 39 52

L2 8.1 8.1 8.1 10.2 10.2

28 28 28 65 65

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EAGLE AMERICA, INC.

CRITICAL SERVICE VALVE


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Part Body Bonnet Disc Bellows Assembly Stem Gasket Joint Bolt Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Hex Nut Guide Plate (A) Guide Plate (B) Hex Bolt Lock Washer Sleeve Needle Thrust Bearing Thrust Collar Hand Wheel Hand Wheel Nut Set Screw Name Plate Grease Fitting Lockout Cable Material A352 LC3 * A352 LC3 Hastelloy C276 ** Hastelloy C276 Hastelloy C276 TFE/Hastelloy C276 A320 L7 TFE Hastelloy C276 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Alloy 20 Steel Copper Alloy Malleable Iron Alloy 20 Stainless Steel Aluminum Stainless Steel Stainless Steel

Process Valve

Blind Cover Flange A352 LC3 Flange Gasket Flange Bolt Flange Nut TFE A320 L7 A194 7M

*Stellite overlay on seating area

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


ANSI 150
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .55 .55 1.0 1.5 2.0 C 3.5 3.88 4.25 5.0 6.0 L1 4.25 4.62 5.0 6.5 8.0 L2 4.25 4.62 5.0 6.5 7.0 H 10.1 10.1 13.0 15.7 18.2 D 6.3 6.3 6.3 7.09 9.84 LIFT .33 .33 .43 .54 .62 Cv 2.0 2.5 8.5 21 41 WT (lbs) 10 12 15 25 35

+
Year Year

Bellows Warranty

5 Year Bellows Fatigue Warranty

ANSI 300
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .55 .55 1.0 1.5 2.0 C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 L1 6.0 7.0 8.0 9.0 10.5 L2 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.5 8.5 H 10.1 10.1 13.0 15.7 18.2 D 6.3 6.3 6.3 7.09 9.84 LIFT .33 .33 .43 .54 .62 Cv 2.0 2.5 8.5 21 41 WT (lbs) 16 18 19 29 39

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L1: Globe Valve - Face To Face L2: Ball Valve - Face To Face

Standardized heavy-duty hardware

Large axial stroke provides high Cv

Oversized handwheel provides easy, hand-tight shutoffs

Simple & reliable lock-out (lock not included)

Needle roller thrust bearing reduces the torque required for shutoff Position indicator

All castings and components are designed to meet ASME/ANSI Class 800 specifications Integral backseat

Oversized flanges and bolting

Chevron type PTFE gland packing

Class 900 Hastelloy C276/PTFE spiral wound gaskets

1/8 NPT Sniffer/Purge Port (optional) Access to internal components is simple and easy Solid Hasteloy C276 stem

Inner retaining rings prevent delamination and over-torquing of the spiral wound gaskets Large open area surrounds the bellows 2-ply Hastelloy C276 formed bellows (ASME/ANSI Class 600)

Stem is fully encapsulated

Large vents allow rapid evacuation of the body cavity Solid Hastelloy C276 disc is fully self-centering

Threaded stem allows quick replacement of bellows and disc Integral cast flanges

Fully guided disc

150 lb. and 300 lb. Globe valve and Ball valve flanges are available on all sizes ASTM A352 LC3 Casting Other materials available upon request Very narrow seat helps to prevent debris from accumulating on the disc

Oversized flow passages provide high Cv Chlorine Institute Class VI construction

Stellite #21 weld overlay (Hastelloy C276 available)

ASTM A320 L7 bolts ASTM A194 Gr. 7M nuts

ASME B16.5 blind flanges ASTM A352 LC3

RIGHT ANGLE VALVES Forged Steel Globe Valves


Hastelloy Bellows For long life and good corrosion resistance Zero Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Reduce Monitoring Costs Three Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Field Repairable
The essence of Eagle America is our unwavering promise of outstanding structural integrity and dependability. Our advanced bellows seal technology combines design, engineering and manufacturing practices to create valves that significantly increases mean-time between repairs and set new standards for the valve industry. We've eliminated all scheduled maintenance procedures common throughout the valve industry. Our Chlorine Valves require no repacking, monitoring or additional maintenance after installation. Furthermore, Eagle Chlorine valves are designed for field repairability, and maintenance should the need ever arise. These features make them so cost efficient that they pay for themselves throughout their lifetime.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions Right Angle Valve:


AAR Approval No. E969006 Materials

Right Angle Valve


*Industry Standard handwheel design fits pneumatic actuators *Breakaway device disengages handwheel at 70-80 ft.lbs. *Emergency "C" kit socket, 1 13/16", can be used to close valve "Secondary Seal" Chevron type Teflon packing wih male & female adaptors "Third Seal" Integral backseat red extension exposed when valve is in the open position

VALVE IS DESIGNED FOR FIELD REPAIRABILITY AND MAINTENANCE

Grease fitting lubricates yoke sleeve and stem

Bolted bonnet design allows ease of disassembly TFE/Hastelloy C spiral wound gaskets Body, bonnet, and plug material LF2 (handles Temperatures to -50F)

"Primary seal" 2-Ply Hastelloy C276 formed bellows for zero stem leakage 5 Year bellows warranty

Removable Disc/ Bellows assembly Ease of operation; Teflon soft seat provides hand-tight/bubble-tight shutoff (requires only 5 ft-lbs of torque) Valve body configured to Chlorine Institute Standard Chlorine Angle Valve

Twin Voton O-rings: (1) to prevent chlorine liquid from pooling betwen seat and body (2) to prevent moist air from reacting with liquid chlorine/ chlorine vapor eliminating corrosion problem on valve body

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NACE Gate Valves-ANSI/API Class 150-800

H8 Series

The EPA states: that bellows seals are the best available technology to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from entering the process.

Forged Steel Gate Valves 1/2 - 2 Welded Bonnet

Stainless Steel Bellows For long life and good corrosion resistance Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Maintenance Lower operating costs/no downtime Monitoring Costs Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Graphite packing Backseat in open position Seating Surface Stellite 6 for long life

Zero

Zero

Reduce Three

Hardfaced Valve

Designed, Manufactured And Tested To ANSI B16.34/API 602 & 598 ANSI/NACE MR0175-97 Alloy And Trims Available Applications Where Leakage Into Or Out Of The Valve Is Unacceptable Heat Transfer Oil Toxic Fluids Steam Regulated Media Sour Environments

Additional For

NACE Gate Valves ANSI/API CLASS 150-800 H8 Series


Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Part B ody Seat R ing B onnet E xtension Gate B ellows A ssy. Stem Gland Packing Gland B ushing Gland Plate Gland B olt Pin Hex Nut Y oke Sleeve T hrust Collar Handwheel Handle Nut Grease Fitting Name Plate Carbon Steel (C22) A 105 T ype 304 SS* A 105 A 105 T ype 304 SS* T ype 321 SS T ype 316 SS Graphite T ype 410 SS Carbon Steel T ype 304 SS T ype 304 SS T ype 304 SS T ype 410 SS T ype 410 SS Malleable Iron Carbon Steel Copper A lloy A luminum

Forged Steel Gate Valves 1/2" - 2" Welded Bonnet

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of T hermadyne.

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


Socket Weld/Threaded Gate Valves
SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .39 .54 .71 1.14 1.45 A 1.34 1.57 1.93 2.56 3.07 d1 .855 1.065 1.330 1.915 2.406 h .39 .51 .51 .51 .63 L1 3.11 3.62 4.37 4.72 5.51 H 9.8 10.9 13.1 17.0 20.3 D 3.94 3.94 4.92 6.30 7.09 L IFT .51 .67 .87 1.34 1.69 WT (lbs.) 6.4 7.2 11 20 30 Cv. 7.1 15 25 75 120

5 Year/3,000 Cycle Bellows Fatigue Warranty


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Flanged Gate Valves


0 SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 L2 4.25 4.62 5.00 6.50 7.00

150
C 3.50 3.88 4.25 5.00 6.00 WT (lbs.) 9 11 15 26 40 L2 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.50 8.50

300
C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 WT (lbs.) 11 15 19 34 48 L2 6.50 7.50 8.50 9.50 11.50

600
C 3.75 4.62 4.88 6.12 6.50 WT (lbs.) 12 16 21 36 51

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v.

Globe Vavles-ANSI Class 150-600

C Series
The EPA states: that bellows seals are " the best available technology" to control fugitive emissions. Our bellows technology also keeps any corrosive or harmful atmospheric condition from c entering the process

Cryogenic Globe Valves



Inconel Bellows For longer life and maximum corrosion resistance Zero Stem Leakage Eliminates media loss and satisfies environmental regulations Three Stem Seals For Safety Metallic bellows Teflon packing Backseat in open Versatile Seating Arrangements Hardfaced or Soft Seating available Electropolish 10Ra or better is optional Purgeports On Bonnet Eliminates icing inside of valve Valve Designed And Manufactured To ANSI B16.34 Contamination Is Unacceptable High Purity Fluids

For Applications Where Leakage Or

ANSI CLASS150-600
Materials
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Part Body Tube Stub Bonnet Disc Bellows Assembly Stem Snap Ring Stem Connector Stem Guide Pin Gasket Gasket Extension Joint Bolt Gland Packing Gland Bushing Gland Plate Gland Bolt Pin Plain Washer Hex Nut Yoke Sleeve Thrust Collar Handwheel Handle Nut Set Screw Name Plate VCR Gland VCR Female Nut VCR Gasket VCR Plug Stainless Steel (S44) A182 F316L* Type 316L SS A182 F316L SS Type 316L SS* Inconel 718** A276 316 SS Type 304 SS Type 316 SS A276 316 SS Type 303 SS TFE/316L SS Type 304 SS Type 316 SS A193 B8 TFE A276 304 SS A182 F316 A193 B8 Type 304 SS Type 304 SS A194 8 Copper Alloy Copper Alloy Malleable Iron Type 304 SS Type 304 SS Aluminum Type 316L SS Type 316 SS Type 316 SS Type 316 SS

C Series

*Stellite overlay on seating area. Stellite is a registered trademark of Thermadyne. ** INCONEL is a trademark of Huntington Allo ys, Inc .

Operating Characteristics and Dimensions


SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 1 1/2 2 d .500 .750 1.000 1.500 2.000 W .049 .065 .065 .065 .065 h 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 L 9.31 9.54 10.37 12.50 13.00 H 14.1 14.1 15.3 17.8 18.8 D 3.35 3.35 4.13 5.31 7.08 K 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 LIFT .24 .24 .24 .39 .47 WT (lbs.) 8 8 13 27 39 Cv. 2.5 3.2 5.3 13.8 18.0

. . . .

Options
KEL-F Soft Seat Purge Ports Socket Weld Ends Electropolishing 10Ra

Valve desc:_______________________

Quantity:_____________

If you need actuated valves, please provide the following information:


A. Flow Media: 1. Pressure psig. maximum

2. Temperature maximum (Note: Need the maximum line pressure, not class (ex. 300#, 800#)) B. C. D. E. G. Type of Actuator: Diaphragm / Piston / Electric Motor (please circle one) Mode of Action: Fail Open / Fail Close / Double Acting (please circle one) Available Air to Actuator: Thrust Seat Test: drops/bubbles for H. Accessories: 1. 2. 3. I. Limit Switch: Solenoid Valve: Regulator: yes / no yes / no yes / no close / open Model No. Model No. Model No. lbs. psi F. psig. min. (please fill in pressure) Stroke inch

Allowable Leakage seconds

Special Requirements: Please specify: example Manual Override (Handwheel) Special Elastomer for high temp. (Oring)

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VALVE DESCRIPTION KEY


TYPE PRESSURE CLASS MATERIAL BODY/END CONSTRUCTION SIZE OPTIONS

TYPE / BELLOWS
G=GLOBE/FORGED W=GATE/FORGED H=GATE/FORGED F=GLOBE/FORGED C=CRYOGENICS R=RIGHT ANGLE E=ELECTRONIC L=GATE/CAST J=GLOBE/CAST

BODY PRESSURE CLASS T-PATTERN


1= CL 150 3= CL 300 6= CL 600 8= CL 800 9= CL 900 A= CL 1500 (Y-PATTERN)

MATERIAL
C22= A105 OR A216WCB CARBON STEEL S44= A182 F316L OR A351 CF8M STAINLESS STEEL A20= ALLOY 20 HAS= HASTELLOY C276 LF2= FORGED A350 LF2 MNL= MONEL INC= INCONEL 600 F22= FORGED A182 F22 LC3= CAST A352 LC3 105= FORGED A105 CARBON STEEL OTHER= CONTACT FACTORY

BODY/END CONSTRUCTION
SW= SOCKET WELD SE= THEADED END (NPT) SX= SW/THREADED END XS= THREADED END/SW BW=BUTT WELD SCHD 40 F1= CLASS 150 RAISED FACE F3= CLASS 300 RAISED FACE F6= CLASS 600 RAISED FACE B1= CLASS 150 R/F BALL F/F B3= CLASS 300 R/F BALL F/F R1= CLASS 150 RING JOINT R3= CLASS 300 RING JOINT R6= CLASS 600 RING JOINT PE= PIPE END TE=TUBE END AE= ADAPTOR END VC= VCR FITTING OTHER= CONTACT FACTORY

SIZE CODE
050=1/2 075=3/4 100=1 150=1 200=2 250=2 300=3 400=4 600=6 800=8 1000=10 1200=12 1400=14

OPTIONS
TRIM A= STELLITE/HASTELLOY & HASTELLOY BELLOWS & TFE PACKING; TFE/HASTELLOY GASKET (STD. FOR CHLORINE) B= HASTELLOY /HASTELLOY & HASTELLOY BELLOWS & TFE PACKING; TFE/HASTELLOY GASKET C= KEL-F SOFT SEAT D= STELLITE/STELLITE D6= STELLITE/STELLITE 316SS E= TEFLON SOFT SEAT F= TFE PACKING; TFE/316 GASKET G= INCONEL 625 BELLOWS REPLACES 321 SS BELLOWS G1= 321 SS BELLOWS REPLACES INCONEL 625 CLEANING OTHER H= CLEANING-CHLORINE SERVICE I= CLEANING-OXYGEN SERVICE/CRYOGENIC SERVICE J= CRYOGENIC CONSTRUCTION L= WELDED BONNET M= CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED N= ACTUATOR P= SPECIAL PAINT Q= EXTRA TESTING R= SPECIAL REQUIREMENT=CONTACT FACTORY S = SPECIAL BOLTING T= TAGGING U= PURGE PORTS V= ELECTROPOLISH REQUIRED W= NON STD FACE TO FACE X= X-RAY Y= LOCKING HANDLE Z= NACE REQUIREMENTS

PACKING

INCONEL IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF HUNTINGTON ALLOYS, INC. HASTELLOY IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF HAYNES INTERNATIONAL, INC. STELLITE IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF THERMADYNE, INC.

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Pressure-Temperature Rating
Pressure-Temperature Ratings show the maximum allowable working pressures at the temperatures from -20 F to the maximum allowable for the materials. They are established by the stress calculations utilizing the minimum wall thickness and the maximum allowable stress of the materials at specified temperatures. Because the maximum allowable stress of any kind of material always decreases as the temperature increases, the maximum allowable working pressure for the component always decreases as the temperature increases, as shown on the tables. For your convenience, relevant portions of the American National Standard Institute B 16.34 -1996, Pressure Temperature Ratings are reproduced below:

American National Standard Institute


A 182 Gr. F22 CI. 3 (2) Working Pressures by Classes, psig Temp. F -20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100 1150 1200 300 750 750 730 705 665 605 590 570 530 510 485 450 375 260 175 110 70 40 600 1500 1500 1455 1410 1330 1210 1175 1135 1065 1015 975 900 755 520 350 220 135 80 900 2250 2250 2185 2115 1995 1815 1765 1705 1595 1525 1460 1350 1130 780 525 330 205 125 1500 -20 to 100 3750 3750 3640 3530 3325 3025 2940 2840 2660 2540 2435 2245 1885 1305 875 550 345 205 Temp. F -20 to 100 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 Note:(1)For welding end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F. 950 1000 Flange, Threaded and Welding End; Carbon Steel(A105) Working Pressure by Classes, psig 150 285 260 230 200 170 140 125 110 95 80 65 50 35 20 300 740 675 655 635 600 550 535 535 505 410 270 170 105 50 400 990 900 875 845 800 730 715 710 670 550 355 230 140 70 600 1480 1350 1315 1270 1200 1095 1075 1065 1010 825 535 345 205 105 800 1975 1800 1750 1690 1595 1460 1430 1420 1345 1100 715 460 275 140 900 2220 2025 1970 1900 1795 1640 1610 1600 1510 1235 805 515 310 155 1500 3705 3375 3280 3170 2995 2735 2685 2665 2520 2060 1340 860 515 260 200 300 400 500 600 650 700 750 800 850 150 230 195 175 160 145 140 125 110 95 80 65 Flanged, Threaded and Welding End, Stainless (A182 F316L) Working Pressure by Classes, psig 300 600 505 455 415 380 360 350 345 335 330 320 400 800 675 605 550 510 480 470 460 450 440 430 600 1200 1015 910 825 765 720 700 685 670 660 645 800 1600 1350 1210 1100 1020 960 935 915 895 875 860 900 1800 1520 1360 1240 1145 1080 1050 1030 1010 985 965 1500 3000 2530 2270 2065 1910 1800 1750 1715 1680 1645 1610

GLOSSARY OF ABBREVIATIONS & TERMS API American Petroleum Institute ANSI American National Standards Institute, Inc. ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials BB Bolted Bonnet BHN Brinell Hardness Number Blind Flange A Flange with no flow way bore, used to provide a pressure-tight closure of a flanged opening. BWE Butt Weld Ends C or Cel Celsius degrees CI Cast Iron CI Chlorine Institute CR 13 13% Chronium Stainless Steel CRES Corrosion Resistant Steel Cv The number of U.S. gallons per minute of water at 70 degrees F which will flow through a valve at a pressure drop of one psi. CWP Cold Working Pressure ELL Elbow F or Fahr Fahrenheit degrees F & D faced and Drilled FF Flat Face FHF Full Hard Faced Flg. Flanged G- Gas gpm Gallon per Minute HF Hard Faced HW Handwheel ID Inside Diameter INT Integral ISRS Inside Screwing Rising Stem Kg Kilograms km Kilometers LH Left Hand MAV Motor Actuated Valve mm Millimeter MOV See MAV MSS Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve & Fitting Industry NACE National Association of Corrosion Engineers NPS Nominal Pipe Size NPT National Standard Pipe Thread Taper NRS Non Rising Stem OD Outside Diameter One-Piece Stem An inseperable Stem and Disc made from one piece of metel. OS & Y Outside Screw and Yoke Psi Pounds per square inch Psia Pounds per square inch absolute Psig Pounds per square inch gage P-T Pressure Temperature Rc Rockwell C RF Raised Face RH Right Hand RMS Root Mean Square Roughness Height RS Rising Stem RTJ Ring Type Joint S Steam SAE Society of Automotive Engineers Sch. Or Sched. Schedule (Pipe Wall Thickness) SCFM Standard Cubic Feet per Minute Screw Bonnet Body and Bonnet Threaded Together SE Screwed Ends Seal Weld Threaded joint Back Welded for Seal SS Stainless Steel Stem Nut Operating Nut Stuffing Box Packing Chamber STD Standard Wall Thickness Stop Check A Check valve in which the closure member can be mechanically closed SWE Socket Weld End SWP Sterna Working Pressure T Tee Thd. Threaded TIR Total Indicator Reading UB Union Bonnet W Water Wedge Gate WSP Working Steam Pressure WWP Working Water Pressure Y Wye Valve, Fitting or Strainer Yoke Blushing Operating Nut Yoke Nut Operating Nut

VALVE CODES AND STANDARDS


ANSI -American National Standards Institute B16.34: Valves - Flanged, Threaded, and Welding End Design basis for all kinds of valves, including pressure-temperature ratings, dimensions, materials, and testing. Cast and forged flanged, threaded, and welding end valves. Class 150 thru Class 4500. B16.10: Face-to-Face and End-to-End Dimensions of Valves Face-to-Face dimensions for flanged end valves and end-to-end dimensions for welding end valves. Gate, globe, angle, check, plug, and ball valves. Class 150 thru Class 2500. B 16.5: Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings Design basis for all kinds of flanges such as raised face, ring joint face, tongue and groove face. Class 150 thru 2500, NPS (Nominal Pipe Size) 1/2" thru 24". API - American Petroleum Institute 600: Bolted Bonnet Steel Gate Valve for Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries Specific and detailed design requirements. 1-24 Sizes, Class 150 thru 2500 flange and butt welding ends. 602: "Compact Steel Gate Valves - Flanged, Threaded, Welding, and Extended-Body Ends" Specific and detailed design requirements for compact gate valves. 2 1/2" and smaller, Class 800 and 1500, threaded and socket ends. 4" and small, Class 150 thru 1500, flanged and butt welding ends. Cast and forged, Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel. 598: "Valve Inspection and Testing" Pressure test requirements and acceptance criteria for shell, backseat, and closure tests. MSS - Manufacturers Standardization Society of Valve and Fittings Industry SP-61: "Pressure Testing of Steel Valves" Requirements and acceptance criteria for shell and seat closure pressure testing of steel valves. SP-25: "Standard Marking System for Valves, Fittings, Flanges, and Unions" Requirements for marking on nameplate and valve body. SP-55: "Quality Standard for Steel Castings for Valves, Flanges and Fittings, and other piping components. - Visual Methods" Reference photographs of casting surface irregularities. SP-117: "Bellows Seals for Globe and Gate Valves" Reference requirements for design, materials, fabrication, installation, qualification and testing of bellows/assemblies for gate and globe valves. ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section IX: "Welding and Brazing Qualifications" Requirements for qualification of welders and procedures employed in welding. ASME Code for Pressure Piping, B31 B31.3: "Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Piping" Requirements for material, design, fabrication, and testing of piping, including valves and specialty components. NACE - National Association of Corrosion Engineers MR0175: "Standard Material Requirements-Sulfide Stress Cracking Resistant Metallic Materials for Oilfield Equipment" Material requirements for components exposed to sour environment (H2S-bearing hydrocarbon service) Selected material and limited hardness.

TYPICAL MATERIALS FOR ESE VALVE CONSTRUCTION


Body & Bonnet Material
Carbon Steel Carbon Steel (Low Temperature) LF3 Carbon Steel (High Temperature) F11 F22 F5a Stainless Steel A182 F304 F316 F316L Nickel Alloy Alloy 20Cb Hastelloy C276 Inconel 600 Monel 400 A182 F1

Forgings
A 105 A350 LF2

Castings
A216 WCB A352 LCB LC2 LC3 A217 WC 1 WC4 WC6 WC9 C5 A351 CF8 CF8M CF3M

Chemical Comp.

Temperature Range
-20 to 800 F -50 to 605 F

2 1/2Ni 3 1/2Ni C-1/2W 1/2Cr-1/2W 1 1/4Cr-1/2Mo 2 1/4Cr-1Mo 5Cr-1/2Mo 18Cr-8Ni 16Cr-12Ni-2Mo 16Cr-12Ni-2Mo 34Ni-20Cr 55Ni-16Cr-16Mo 76Ni-16Cr-8Fe 67Ni-32Cu

-100 to 605 F -150 to 650 F -20 to 850 F -20 to 1000 F -20 to 1100 F -20 to 1100 F -20 to 1200 F -425 to 1500 F -325 to 1500 F -325 to 850 F -325 to 800 F -325 to 1250 F -325 to 1200 F -325 to 500 F

Trim
Seating Surface

Nominal Trim
F6 Hardfaced

Material Type
13Cr CoCr-A Ni-Cr 13Cr 18Cr-8Ni

Typical Specification
ASTM A217 CAI 5 (Cast) ASTM A182 F6a (Forged) Stellite 6 Colmonoy S46 ASTM A276 Type 410 ASTM A276 Type 316

Stem

Bolt & Nut


Bolt

Typical Specification
ASTM A193 B7 B7M B8 B16 A320 L7

Chemical Composition
Cr-Mo Cr-Mo with HB 235 max. 18Cr-8Ni (Type 304 SST) Cr-Mo-V (for high temperature) Cr-Mo (for low temperature) Carbon Steel 18Cr-8Ni (Type 304 SST) 18Cr-I0Ni-2Mo (Type 316 SST)

Nut

ASTM A194 2H 8 8M

Bellows Material
Inconel 718 625 600 Hastelloy C276 Type 321 SST
(a: I 17)

Chemical Composition
53Ni-19Cr-19Fe-3Mo-5Cb 61Ni-22Cr-3Fe-9Mo-4Cb 76Ni-16Cr-8Fe 55Ni-16Mo-15Cr-5Fe-4W-2Co 18Cr-IINi-0.4Ti 18Cr-12Ni-2Mo

Tensile
203 ksi 135 ksi 90 ksi 115 ksi 85 ksi 82 ksi

Yield
181 ksi 75 ksi 40 ksi 52 ksi 35 ksi 34 ksi

Hardness
HB 393 HB 180 HB 150 HB 187 HB 150 HB 156

316L SST

WEIGHT CONVERSION
POUNDS TO KILOGRAMS (1 pound = 0.4536 gram Pounds 0 1 2 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0.00 4.54 9.07 13.61 18.14 22.68 27.22 31.75 36.29 40.82 0.45 4.99 9.53 14.06 18.60 23.13 27.67 32.21 36.74 41.28 0.91 5.44 9.98 14.52 19.05 23.59 28.12 32.66 37.20 41.73 3 1.36 5.90 10.43 14.97 19.50 24.04 28.58 33.11 37.65 42.18 4 1.81 6.35 10.89 15.42 19.96 24.49 29.03 33.57 38.10 42.64 5 2.27 6.80 11.34 15.88 20.41 24.95 29.48 34.02 38.56 43.09 6 2.72 7.26 11.79 16.33 20.87 25.40 29.94 34.47 39.01 43.55 7 3.18 7.71 12.25 16.78 21.32 25.86 30.69 34.93 39.46 44.00 8 3.63 8.16 12.70 17.24 21.77 26.31 30.84 35.38 39.92 44.45 9 4.08 8.62 13.15 17.69 22.23 26.76 31.30 35.83 40.37 44.91

KILOGRAMS TO POUNDS (1 kilogram = 2.2046 pounds) 0 1 2 kilograms 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0.00 22.05 44 .09 66.14 88.18 110.23 132.28 154..32 176..37 198.41 2.20 24.25 46.30 68.34 91.39 112.43 134.48 156.53 178.57 200.62 4.41 26.46 48.50 70.55 92.59 114.64 136.69 158.73 180.78 202.82

3 6.61 28.66 50.71 72.75 4.80 116.84 138.89 160.94 182.98 205.03

4 8.82 30.86 52.91 74.96 97.00 119.05 141.09 163.14 185.19 207.23

5 11.02 33.07 55.12 77.16 99.21 121.25 143.30 165.35 187.39 209.44

6 13.23 35.27 57.32 79.37 101.41 123.46 145.50 167.55 189.60 211.64

7 15.43 37.48 59.52 81.57 103.62 125.66 147.71 169.75 191.80 213.85

8 17.414 39.68 61.73 83.77 105.82 127.87 149.91 171.96 194.00 216.05

9 19.84 41.89 63.93 85.98 108.03 130.07 152.12 174.16 196.21 218.26

BAR TO POUNDS per SQUARE INCH(1 Bar = 10s PA = 14.5 pounds per square inch)
Lbs. per Bar Sq. Inch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 14.5 29.0 43.5 58.0 72.5 87.0 101.5 116.0 130.5 145.0 159.5 174.0 188.5 203.0 217.5 232.0 246.5 261.0 275.5 290.0 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Bar

Lbs. per
Bar Sq. Inch 304.5 319.0 333.5 348.0 362.5 377.0 391.5 406.0 420.5 435.0 449.5 464.0 478.5 493.0 507.5 522.0 536.5 551.0 565.5 580.0 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Lbs. per Bar Sq. Inch 594.5 609.0 623.5 638.0 652.5 667.0 681.5. 696.0 710.5 725.0 739.5 754.0 768.5 783.0 797.5 812.0 826.5 841.0 855.5 870.0 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

Lbs. per Bar Sq. Inch 884.5 899.0 913.5 928.0 942.5 957.0 971.5 986.0 1000.5 1015.0 1029.5 1044.0 1058.5 1073.0 1087.5 1102.0 1116.5 1131.0 1145.5 1160.0 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

Lbs. per Sq. Inch 1174.5 1189.0 12033 1218.0 1232.5 1247.0 1261.5 1276.0 1290.5 1305.0 1319.5 1334.0 1348.5 1363.0 1377.5 1392.0 1406.5 1421.0 1435.5 1450.0

Temperature Conversion
-459.4 TO 0" C CEL. or FAH. -273 -459.4 -268 -450 -262 -440 -257 -430 -251 -420 -246 -410 -240 -400 -234 -390 -229 -380 -223 -370 -218 -360 -212 -350 -207 -340 -201 -330 -196 -320 -190 -310 -184 -300 -179 -290 -173 -280 -169 -273 -168 -270 -162 -260 -157 -250 -151 -240 -146 -230 -140 -220 -134 -210 -129 -200 -123 -190 -118 -180 -112 -170 -107 -160 -101 -150 - 96 -140 - 90 -130 - 84 -120 - 79 -110 - 73 -100 - 68 - 90 - 62 - 80 -57 -70 -51 -60 - 46 - 50 - 40 - 40 - 34 - 30 - 29 - 20 - 23 - 10 - 17.8 0 1 TO 60 C CEL. or FAH. -17.2 1 -16.7 2 -16.1 3 -15.6 4 -15.0 5 -14.4 6 -13.9 7 -13.3 8 -12.8 9 -12.2 10 -11.7 11 -11.1 12 -10.6 13 -10.0 14 -9.4 15 -8.9 16 -8.3 17 -7.8 18 -7.2 19 -6.7 20 -6.1 21 -5.6 22 -5.0 23 -4.4 24 -3.9 25 -3.3 26 -2.8 27 -2.2 28 -1.7 29 -1.1 30 -0.6 31 0.0 32 0.6 33 1.1 34 1.7 35 2.2 36 2.8 37 3.3 38 3.9 39 4.4 40 5.0 41 5.6 42 6.1 43 6.7 44 7.2 45 7.8 46 8.3 47 8.9 48 9.4 49 10.0 50 10.6 51 11.1 52 11.7 53 12.2 54 12.8 55 13.3 56 13.9 57 14.4 58 15.0 59 15.6 61 61 TO 290 C CEL. or FAR 16.1 61 16.7 62 17.2 63 17.8 64 18.3 65 18.9 66 19.4 67 20.0 68 20.6 69 21.1 70 21.7 71 22.2 72 22.8 73 23.3 74 23.9 75 24.4 76 25.0 77 25.6 78 26.1 79 26.7 80 27.2 81 27.8 82 28.3 83 28.9 84 29.4 85 30.0 86 30.6 87 31.1 88 31.7 89 32.2 90 32.8 91 33.3 92 33.9 93 34.4 94 35.0 95 35.6 96 36.1 97 36.7 98 37.2 99 37.8 100 43 110 49 120 54 130 60 140 66 150 71 160 77 170 82 180 88 190 93 200 99 210 100 212 104 220 110 230 116 240 121 250 127 260 132 270 138 280 143 290 300 TO 890 C CEL. or FAR 149 300 154 310 160 320 166 330 171 340 177 350 182 360 188 370 193 380 199 390 204 400 210 410 215 420 221 430 227 440 232 450 238 460 243 470 249 480 254 490 260 500 266 510 271 520 277 530 282 540 288 550 293 560 299 570 304 580 310 590 316 600 321 610 327 620 332 630 338 640 343 650 349 660 354 670 360 680 366 690 371 700 377 710 382 720 388 730 393 740 399 750 404 760 410 770 416 780 421 790 427 800 432 810 438 820 443 830 449 840 454 850 460 860 466 870 471 880 477 890 900 TO 3000 C CEL. or FAH. 482 900 488 910 493 920 499 930 504 940 510 950 516 960 521 970 527 980 532 990 538 1000 549 1020 560 1040 571 1060 582 1080 593 1100 604 1120 616 1140 627 1160 638 1180 649 1200 660 1220 671 1240 682 1260 693 1280 704 1300 732 1350 760 1400 788 1450 816 1500 843 1550 871 1600 899 1650 927 1700 954 1750 982 1800 1010 1850 1038 1900 1066 1950 1093 2000 1121 2050 1149 2100 1177 2150 1204 2200 1232 2250 1260 2300 1288 2350 1316 2400 1343 2450 1371 2500 1399 2550 1427 2600 1454 2650 1482 2700 1510 2750 1538 2800 1566 2850 1593 2900 1621 2950 1649 3000

-459.4 -454 -436 -418 -400 -382 -364 -346 -328 -310 -292 -274 -256 -238 -220 -202 -184 -166 -148 -130 -112 -94 -76 -58 -40 -22 -4 14 32

33.8 35.6 37.4 39.2 41.0 42.8 44.6 46.4 48.2 50.0 51.8 53.6 55.4 57.2 59.0 60.8 62.6 64.4 66.2 68.0 69.8 71.6 73.4 75.2 77.0 78.8 80.6 82.4 84.2 86.0 87.8 89.6 91.4 93.2 95.0 96.8 98.6 100.4 102.2 104.2 105,8 107.6 109.4 111.2 113.0 114.8 116.6 118.4 120.2 122.0 123.8 125.6 127.4 129.2 131.0 132.8 134.6 136.4 138.2 140.0

141.8 143.6 145.4 147.2 149.0 150.8 152.6 154.4 156.2 158.0 159.8 161.6 163.4 165.2 167.0 168.8 170.6 172.4 174.2 176.0 177.8 179.6 181.4 183.2 185,0 186.8 188.6 190.4 192.2 194.0 195.8 197.6 199.4 201.2 203.0 204.8 206.6 208.4 210.2 212.0 230 248 266 284 302 320 338 356 374 392 410 413.6 428 446 464 482 500 518 536 554

572 590 608 626 644 662 680 698 716 734 752 770 788 806 824 842 860 878 896 914 932 950 968 986 1004 1022 1040 1058 1076 1094 1112 1130 1148 1166 1184 1202 1220 1238 1256 1274 1292 1310 1328 1346 1364 1382 1400 1418 1436 1454 1472 1490 1508 1526 1544 1562 1580 1598 1616 1634

1652 1670 1688 1706 1724 1742 1760 1778 1796 1814 1832 1868 1904 1940 1976 2012 2048 2084 2120 2156 2192 2228 2264 2300 2336 2372 2462 2552 2642 2732 2822 2912 3002 3092 3182 3272 3362 3452 3542 3632 3722 3812 3902 3992 4082 4172 4262 4352 4442 4532 4622 4712 4802 4892 4982 5072 5162 5252 5342 5432

Locate temperature in middle column. If in degrees Celcius, read Fahrenheit equivalent in right hand column; if in degrees Fahrenheit, read Celcius equivalent in left hand column Conversion Formulas C = 5/9 (F-32), F = 9/5 C+32

DATA FOR CALCULATION OF FLOW AND/ OR PRESSURE DROP


Valve (Flow) coefficient Cv is a number which represents a valves ability to pass flow. The bigger the Cv the more flow a valve can pass with a given pressure drop. A Cv of 1 means a valve will pass 1 gallon per minute (GPM) of 60F water with a pressure drop ( P) of 1 PSI across the valve. A Cv of 350 means a valve will pass 350 GPM of 60F water with a P of 1 PSI. It is affected by the pattern of the passage through the valve body and the condition of the opening around the valve seat and disc, and also surface finishes inside body. It can be determined from calculations and actual flow tests. There are several formulas to calculate flow rate and pressure drop using Cv each applicable to different type of flow such as liquid gas, saturated steam, superheated steam and others. The following are typical formulas for liquid / gas: For Liquid:

QL = Cv
For Gas: When

P SL

P = SL

QL Cv

P <.5 P1

Qg

22.6 Cv

P x P1 T Sg
P = .00195 T Sg Qg P1 Cv
2

When

P > .5 P1

Qg =

13.9 P1 Cv Sg T

Where: Cv Valve (Flow) coefficient for valves QL Liquid flow in gallons per minute (GPM) Qg Rate of gas flow in cubic feet per minute at standard conditions, 14.7 PSIA and 60F (SCFM) P1 Absolute inlet pressure (PSIA) P1= Gage pressure (PSIG) + 14.7 P Pressure drop in pounds per square inch (PSI) SL Specific gravity of flowing liquid relative water at 60F Sg Specific gravity of gas relative to air. T Absolute temperature in degrees Rankine, (R) T= F+460