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Model Number INDEX Model Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Page Number TABLE OF CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ii ISO 9001 CERTIFICATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iii PRODUCT SELECTION GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVES Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valve with Flame Arrester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valves with Pipe-Away Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valve with Flame Arrester, Pipe-Away . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Fiberglass Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 Steam Jacketed Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .170 FLAME ARRESTER / DETONATION ARRESTER Flame Arrester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 Flame Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .210 Flame Arrester, Steam Jacketed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220 Detonation Arrester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .230 Pressure Relief and Flame Trap Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .240 Flame Trap Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .250 Back Pressure Check Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .260 PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVES Pressure Relief Valves w/Pipe-Away feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .300 Pressure Relief Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .310 Vacuum Relief Valves, Top Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .320 Vacuum Relief Valves, Side Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .330 Free Vent, Top Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .350 Gauge Hatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .360 Gauge Hatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .370 EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES Emergency Pressure Relief Valves, Weight Loaded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .400 Emergency Pressure Relief Valves, Spring Loaded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .410 Emergency Pressure Relief Valves, Weight Loaded; Hinged . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .420 Pilot-Operated Emergency Relief Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .430 TEST STANDS Test Stands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .500 PILOT OPERATED RELIEF VALVES Pilot Operated Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .600 Pilot Operated Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .650 Air Operated Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .670 BLANKET GAS REGULATORS Blanket Gas Regulators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .700 TECHNICAL SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800

SECTION 1 1200A 1200A/7618 1220A 1220A/7618

SECTION 2 7618, 7628 7622 7658A 8400A 8500A 8110 SECTION 3 1260A 2300A 1300A 1360A 5000, 5100 6000, 6100 6200 SECTION 4 2000A, 2050A 2100 2400A, 2450A 2500A SECTION 5

SECTION 6 Series 1660A Series 1400 Series 1500 SECTION 7 Series 3011 SECTION 8

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Groth Corporation, a Continental Disc company, Stafford, TX, USA

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PRODUCT LIMITED WARRANTY
Groth’s Product Limited Warranty terms applies only to purchase orders accepted by Groth Corporation. A. Seller warrants that products which are manufactured by Seller, are manufactured in accordance with published specifications and free from defects in materials and/or workmanship for a period of (12) twelve months. Seller, at its option, will repair or replace any products returned intact to the factory, transportation charges prepaid, which Seller, upon inspection, shall determine to be defective in material and/or workmanship. The foregoing shall constitute the sole remedy for any breach of Seller’s warranty. B. THERE ARE NO UNDERSTANDINGS, AGREEMENTS, REPRESENTATIONS, OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, (INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE REGARDING PRODUCTS) UNLESS SPECIFIED IN THE SALES CONTRACT. THIS CONTRACT STATES THE ENTIRE OBLIGATION OF SELLER. Seller makes no warranties, either express or implied, except as provided herein, including without limitation thereof, warranties as to marketability, merchantability, for a particular purpose or use, or against infringement of any patent of products. In no event shall Seller be liable for any direct, incidental or consequential damages of any nature, or losses or expenses resulting from any defective new product or the use of any such product, including any damages for loss of time, inconvenience, or loss of use of any such product. C. The original Manufacturer shall be solely responsible for the design, development, supply, production, and performance of its products hereunder, and the protection of its trade name or names, if any. It assumes no responsibility, for products modified or changed in any way by its agent or customer. Any such modifications or changes to products sold by Seller hereunder shall make the product limited warranty null and void. D. The Manufacturer shall be under no obligation to manufacture, sell, or supply or to continue to manufacture, sell or supply any of the Products.

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SECTION 1 PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVES 1200A Presure / Vacuum Relief Valves • 1200A/7618 Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valves w/ Flame Arrester • 1220A Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valves w/Pipe-Away Feature • 1220A/7618 Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valve w/Flame Arrester w/Pipe-Away Feature • Fiberglass Relief Valves • Steam Jacketed Valves • .

June. TX. there is peripheral guiding and a center stabilizing system. and other materials Modular construction Model 1200A ■ PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1200A is designed to protect your tank from damage created by over-pressure or excessive vacuum.5 oz/in2 to 15 PSIG Vacuum settings 0. Costly product evaporation losses due to normal tank “breathing” are greatly reduced. To insure the proper alignment of seating surfaces. fiberglass. Viton®. MODEL 1201B Groth Corporation. every model 1200A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. 2002. Because the Model 1200A retains toxic vapors. and other seating diaphragms can be provided when required. This helps to provide increased fire protection and safety.5 oz/in2 to 12 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356). atmospheric contamination is minimized. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.5m 100 . THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. This design also avoids dangerous pressure or vacuum buildup due to binding or clogging of the valve. carbon steel. MODEL 1200A GROTH. Buna-N. 2. The Model 1200A has a self draining housing body and drip rings to protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing. stainless steel. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. Stafford. USA Section 1:100-171. Superior performing Teflon ® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. MODEL 1200A SPECIAL FEATURES Model 1200A offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 12” Pressure settings 0. a Continental Disc company.qxd.

Groth Corporation. change model number.3 gm/cm2) 40 7/8 ” 28. Vac. = Working Pressure. include steam pressure / temperature. Vacuum Setting † Min. 150# A. Stafford.P.5/8 ” 44 1/2 ” 23 1/2 ” (860) (669) (600) (854) (1130) (597) 75 (34 kg) 10” (250 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.7 gm/cm ) 2 13 5/8 ” (346) 13” (330) 9. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies. Fiberglass dimensions on request. Setting for Max. /cm2) (100 mm) 11 oz/in2 (48.S. Weight Loaded Max. Ship Wt. / cm ) 6” (150 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.F.5 oz. drilling compatibility.84 kg. 1 2 = = = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special 0 2 1 101 NOTES 1 EXAMPLE Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. set weights-Consult Factory. Indicates a 2" Model 1200A with Aluminum Body and Seat.1/2 ” (1029) (1413) (648) 157 (71 kg) † W.1/2 ” 13.in. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special 1 5 T 0 0 1200A 1201B 1202B 1203A Weight Loaded Pressure Spring Vacuum Spring Pressure & Vacuum Springs 02" Thru 12" Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 1 3 5 6 7 Z 0 0 A Include model number and setting when ordering.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED 4” (70. Set Pressure Weight Loaded Max. Inlet Flg Max.F.3 gm/cm ) 2 33 7/8 ” 26.20 gm./sq. S. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. /cm ) (0.3 gm/cm ) 2 46” (1168) 32 7/8 ” (835) 36” (914) 40 1/2 ” 55 5/8 ” 25.P. *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0. a Continental Disc company. stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm and no other options. Setting Spring Loaded Min.3 gm/cm2) See TPD2 for Vacuum Settings and MAWP 18” (457) 13 5/8 ” 11 1/2 ” 18 3/8 ” 22 3/4 ” (346) (292) (467) (578) 21 (9 kg) 19 3/4 ” 15 7/8 ” (501) (403) 13” (330) 19 1/2 ” 27 1/2 ” (495) (699) 13” (330) 31 (14 kg) (1.1/2 ” (705) (959) (495) 57 (26 kg) 8” (200 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.P.† A B Length Height (mm) (mm) C Width (mm) (241) AA Length (mm) (340) BB Height (mm) (505) CC Width (mm) (241) Approx. /cm ) 16 oz/in2 27 3/4 ” 22 1/4 ” (704) (565) 19” (482) 27 3/4 ” 37 3/4 ” 19. consult factory.7/8 ” 30 3/4 ” (1038) (733) (781) 38” (965) 53” (1346) 25. W. (Aluminum) 2” (50 mm) 12 oz/in2 (52.3/8 ” 19. setting.05 kg. For special options.S. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer.5/8 ” 33.3 gm/cm ) 2 (2.3 gm.SPECIFICATIONS AA A C CC A BB B Specifications subject to change without notice. Lbs.3 gm/cm ) 2 12 PSIG SPRING LOADED VACUUM 2 (48. for Min. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. F. Certified dimensions available upon request. Setting Weight Loaded Max. W.N. TX. When ordering steam jacket. * Stainless steel guides.7/8 ” 9. on aluminum and R.3/8 ” 23. USA .1/2 ” 13” (330) 16 (7 kg) 3” (80 mm) 11 oz/in2 15 PSIG SPRING LOADED PRESSURE 2 *0.1/2 ” (648) 116 (53 kg) 12” (300 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.I. Set Vacuum. ‡ On spring loaded valves. 316 SS Pallet.

Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.84 0.58 1. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.65 0.1 27.91 0.8 63.78 6.6 85.87 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .86 0.66 11.00 1.16 1.96 3 0.3 123 214 345 61.55 0.1 66.46 0.00 2.95 1 0.68 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.6 13.8 93.50 1.53 0.0 25.6 3” 16.88 0.2 14.87 x 131.93 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.78 0.94 1.5 116 187 40.90 0.45 0.63 0.4 22.86 0.93 0.2 16. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.00 2.6 14.000 = 113.61 0.97 5 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1200A Set Pressure (Ps) In WC 0.8 22.82 0.81 0.73 0.68 0.59 0.90 0.77 0.80 0.85 0.0 15. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.73 0.00 Flow = 131. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.9 53.75 0.56 0.8 29.51 0.970 SCFH Groth Corporation.47 4.95 2 0.99 9 0.78 0.52 0.85 0.70 0.62 5.88 0.7 183 320 516 95.72 0.89 0. USA 102 .3 19.73 2.3 37.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.9 72. Read “C” factor from table 4. TX.72 0.00 1.69 0.60 0.44 0.58 0.65 8.8 24.50 0.31 3.66 0.71 0.9 32.92 0.7 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 28.73 2.1 203 355 573 103 221 386 623 114 244 427 689 130 277 485 781 142 305 532 859 153 328 573 925 12” 217 233 305 328 373 400 429 460 560 641 712 774 856 971 1067 1149 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.0 Oz/Sq In 0.5 131 230 371 74.49 0.59 0.46 4.67 0.0 20. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.98 7 0.00 8.74 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.87 1. 2000.8 11. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.60 3.9 61.43 0.7 164 264 49.92 0. Stafford.5 27. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.99 8 0.0 30. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.00 6.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 7.7 25.0 34.5 79.97 6 0.89 0.84 0.4 17.8 87.8 47.77 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.22 10.8 106 186 300 53.2 34.96 4 0.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .87 Flow = 0.54 0.75 0.42 0.48 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. a Continental Disc company.2 17.56 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.64 0.1 15.64 0.57 0.79 0.47 0.94 0.61 0.4 41.2 152 246 43.91 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.70 0.9 108 174 31.62 0.81 0.4 114 200 322 57.83 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.76 0.3 30.00 10.52 0.1 57.80 0.50 0.82 0.7 160 279 450 85.7 40.00 3.0 12.93 8.66 0.46 0.

5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.78 0.94 10.34 1.03 2.78 0.60 0.79 0.66 0.82 0.52 0.42 0.82 1.51 0.68 0.88 0.57 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .8 17.18 10.88 0.1 25.2 19. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.17 1.7 2. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A 100 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.4 2.90 7.64 0.9 32.17 11.84 0.0 19. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. 2000.71 0.8 49. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.59 0.40 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.56 0.46 0.79 2.5 2.89 6.00 Flow = 3.68 9.78 5.3 2.6 2.93 0.61 0.96 3 0.9 12” 6.41 1.6 21.38 1.20 6.64 0.86 0.87 0.9 27.0 61.95 2 0.58 9.46 0.91 0.84 12.73 0.73 0.99 9 0.6 22.43 0.52 0.83 0.42 10.56 0.68 0.3 3.14 3” 0.89 0.9 14.05 4.44 0.93 0.09 4.3 73.97 5 0.91 0.9 19.72 3.0 2.81 0.25 4.45 0.2 29. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.51 0.22 2.9 24.67 0. USA . Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.62 1.86 0.94 1.9 3.69 0.70 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.49 0. TX.4 3.52 14.6 16.80 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.55 1.4 16.2 12.46 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.32 0.09 7. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.63 7.95 1 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.83 0.66 0.670 NCMH % OP = [(175 .3 14.59 0.7 17.80 12.81 0.59 0.74 0.85 0.75 0.84 0.39 5.74 3. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.8 17.6 23.3 15.62 0.67 6. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.67 0.63 0.47 0.49 1.55 0.61 0.96 4 0.12 8.77 0.193 NCMH 103 Groth Corporation.8 21.4 1. a Continental Disc company.5 27.15 11. Stafford.96 1.89 0.16 4.49 3.76 0.45 0.9 20.72 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.55 0.53 0.40 0.35 9.23 2.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1200A Set Pressure (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.80 0.46 15.0 4.72 0.07 1.99 8.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.2 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.54 0.91 1.00 1.65 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.85 0.1 24.99 8 0.94 0.70 0.73 0.47 7.48 0.670 = 3.29 9.70 0.68 0.90 0.82 0.77 0.75 0.95 14.19 5.40 13.9 18.92 0.96 1.76 13.92 0.5 2.66 5.85 0.63 0.53 5.76 0.87 Flow = 0.91 4.58 7.41 9.87 x 3.0 29.58 0.98 7 0.26 1.81 8.90 0.62 4.81 12. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.97 6 0.22 0.93 16.4 36.18 16.11 9. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.50 0.05 1.

58 0.00 2.96 4 0.0 15. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.92 0.66 0.9 158 276 415 80.61 0. USA 104 .43 0.0 Oz/Sq In 0.6 59.67 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0. a Continental Disc company.46 4.71 0.93 0.70 0.50 0.16 1.62 5.0 85.0 129 194 41.70 5.56 0.00 1.2 14.97 5 0.47 0.3 11.00 3.8 104 157 29. Read “C” factor from table 4.95 2 0.7 60.81 0.86 0.5 55.81 0.90 0.6 25.6 17.72 0.88 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.00 2. Stafford.8 68.53 0.73 2.0 139 242 365 72.3 129 24.64 0.5 15. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.6 91.42 0.6 138 27.4 23.88 0.97 6 0.55 0.94 1.6 188 327 493 12” 129 138 182 195 222 238 256 274 334 384 427 465 516 587 646 697 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.69 0.47 4. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.12 8.0 115 200 302 57.8 21. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.0 25.7 30.45 0.00 1.9 120 181 34.94 0.83 0.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.4 17. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.10 8.54 0.92 0.78 0.5 90.52 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.1 157 237 47.76 0.80 0.87 0.6 14.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 4. 2000.73 0.96 3 0.2 37.68 0.85 0.66 0.89 0.6 34.84 0.46 0.52 0.75 0.58 1.77 0.00 8.82 0.57 0.2 52.91 0.93 0.87 x 74.0 20.63 0.05 6.1 74. TX.44 0.4 21.00 10.79 0.9 22.48 0.62 0.8 125 218 329 64.63 7.9 26.0 14.46 0.31 3.0 18. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A 4 In WC set vacuum [Ps] 7 In WC flowing vacuum [Pf] 1.3 174 304 457 86.1 41.86 0.49 0.59 0.00 Flow = 74.70 9.0 30.89 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3.51 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.33 10.7 103 180 272 53.60 0.78 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.6 64. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.0 34.0 12.50 0.8 51.0 12.87 1.4 3” 10.60 3.5 91.000 SCFH % OV = [(7 .6 17.0 97.93 8.0 15.85 0.73 2.68 0.91 0.80 0.380 SCFH Groth Corporation.50 1.99 8 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.72 0.73 0.95 1 0.56 0.99 9 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.6 49.98 7 0.2 112 169 31.000 = 64.78 6.6 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 16. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .64 0.66 11.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1200A Set Vacuum (Ps) In WC 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.61 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.0 20.87 Flow = 0.70 0.1 46.1 17.90 0.75 0.59 0.7 19.74 0.82 0.65 0.84 0.0 37. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.3 65.77 0.00 6.

48 0.89 0.23 5.3 73.45 1.34 2.25 1. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A 100 mm WC Set Vacuum [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.75 11.60 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.93 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.65 1.65 5.89 0.45 7.87 x 2.42 3.080 NCMH % OV = [(175 .69 0.62 5.61 0.64 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.61 0.22 13.56 0.42 0.56 0.91 0.63 0.90 8.81 3.29 0.59 0.97 5 0.90 0.00 1.58 3. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.91 0.80 12. Stafford.60 0.86 0.79 0.07 2.86 0.52 0.94 0.87 0.68 0.56 3.83 1.85 0.810 NCMH 105 Groth Corporation.70 0.87 Flow = 0.71 2. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .85 0.080 = 1.80 0.08 1.95 2 0.75 0.64 0.8 49.16 1.75 7.70 0.72 8.16 4.65 0.90 7. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.84 0.80 0.46 0.68 0.74 0.14 9.62 0.53 0.58 0.48 0.76 0.49 3.88 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.0 29.35 9.54 0.26 2.91 6.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.95 1 0.66 0.96 2.8 11.5 27.90 8.5 16.92 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.64 1.81 0.53 0.9 12” 3.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.72 0.07 7. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.04 6.53 4.38 5.96 4 0.94 1.20 0.91 5.52 0.62 3.04 1.4 36.46 0.4 12.78 0.49 0.16 1.88 0.40 10.36 8.58 0.50 0.2 19.41 6.49 1.05 4. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. USA .92 0. a Continental Disc company.15 4.2 19.54 12.7 17.82 0.13 0.64 8.32 1. 2000.7 2.78 0.52 6.59 0.44 0.98 1.84 0.55 0.73 0.42 0.77 0.26 4.08 3.66 0.99 8 0.17 2.91 0.34 0.24 0.53 0.45 0.37 0.46 0.62 0.31 0.00 Flow = 2.99 9 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1200A Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.88 1.72 3” 0.68 1. TX.70 7.93 0.66 0.44 5. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.1 24.3 14.43 0.1 14.47 0. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.96 3 0.44 0.0 61.77 0.46 1.80 3.29 9.73 4.45 0.81 0.75 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.5 18.1 10.88 0.9 2.09 1.81 10.39 0.28 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3.72 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.98 7 0.74 0.96 1.69 0.48 2.90 0.48 6.67 0.86 0.51 0.5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.0 12.97 6 0.6 22.71 0.60 9.6 13.57 0.08 5.44 0.57 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.32 4.75 0.81 0.83 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.73 0.3 2.82 0.6 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.

36 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.57 0.78 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.00 4.77 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.43 0.4 86.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .94 1 0.96 0.83 x 448.2 58.00 2.51 0.27 0.3 50.99 9 0.9 114 130 144 158 171 184 196 208 219 231 241 252 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 92. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.63 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.4 77.44 0.65 0.4 96.81 0. 2000.0 40.59 0.62 0.85 0.40 0.8 98.56 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.49 0.0 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 28. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .71 0.70 0.98 8 0.52 0.54 0.00 10.8 66.90 0.92 0.47 0.94 2 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.85 0.69 0.7 80.33 0.68 0.6 104 110 115 120 125 3” 53.42 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.58 0.64 0.79 0.91 0.30 0.90 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.000 = 371.0 15. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.00 8.5 210 345 529 134 304 500 767 168 381 625 960 198 448 736 1130 225 510 838 1286 250 568 932 1431 274 622 1022 1568 297 674 1107 1699 319 724 1189 1825 340 772 1267 1945 360 818 1343 2062 380 863 1417 2176 400 907 1489 2286 418 949 1559 2393 437 991 1627 2498 12” 739 1070 1340 1577 1794 1997 2188 2371 2546 2714 2877 3036 3189 3339 3486 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.82 0.0 13.83 0.87 0.76 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.84 0.35 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.89 0.7 92. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.5 73.0 11.00 7.67 0.80 0.93 1.00 5. Calculate over-pressure 3.86 0.0 12. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1201B 4 PSIG set pressure [Ps] 7 PSIG flowing pressure [Pf] 1.92 0.38 0.88 0.60 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1201B Set Pressure (Ps) PSIG 1.66 0.55 0.00 9.82 0.61 0. a Continental Disc company.72 0.76 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.50 0.73 0.74 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.29 0.67 0.53 0. TX.87 0.00 3.45 0.840 SCFH Groth Corporation. Stafford.48 0.72 0.39 0.97 7 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.00 Flow = 448.83 Flow = 0.75 0.00 6.97 0. USA 106 .32 0.95 3 4 5 6 •••Consult Factory••• 0.0 14.80 0.96 0.

PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE

Pressure Relief Capacity

Model 1201B

Set Pressure
(Ps) BarG 0.07 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 0.40 0.45 0.50 0.55 0.60 0.70 0.80 0.90 1.00

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure)
2” 0.82 0.99 1.23 1.43 1.62 1.79 1.95 2.10 2.25 2.39 2.52 2.65 2.89 3.13 3.35 3.56 3” 1.57 1.89 2.36 2.76 3.14 3.48 3.81 4.12 4.41 4.70 4.98 5.25 5.76 6.25 6.72 7.18 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 2.72 6.16 10.1 15.5 3.28 7.45 12.2 18.8 4.09 9.28 15.2 23.4 4.80 10.9 17.9 27.4 5.44 12.3 20.3 31.1 6.04 13.7 22.5 34.5 6.61 15.0 24.6 37.8 7.14 16.2 26.6 40.9 7.66 17.4 28.5 43.8 8.16 18.5 30.4 46.6 8.64 19.6 32.2 49.4 9.10 20.6 33.9 52.1 10.0 22.7 37.2 57.2 10.8 24.6 40.4 62.1 11.7 26.5 43.5 66.7 12.5 28.3 46.4 71.2 12” 21.7 26.2 32.6 38.3 43.4 48.2 52.7 57.0 61.1 65.1 68.9 72.6 79.7 86.5 93.1 99.4

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.

Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1201B 0.4 BarG Set Pressure [Ps] 0.7 BarG Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2. Calculate over-pressure 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity

Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.83

“C” Factor Table
%OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.27 0.42 0.53 0.63 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 1 0.29 0.43 0.54 0.64 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 2 0.30 0.44 0.55 0.65 0.73 0.81 0.88 0.95 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.32 0.33 0.35 0.45 0.47 0.48 0.56 0.57 0.58 0.66 0.67 0.67 0.74 0.75 0.76 0.82 0.82 0.83 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.96 0.96 0.97 6 0.36 0.49 0.59 0.68 0.76 0.84 0.91 0.97 7 0.38 0.50 0.60 0.69 0.77 0.85 0.92 0.98 8 0.39 0.51 0.61 0.70 0.78 0.85 0.92 0.99 9 0.40 0.52 0.62 0.71 0.79 0.86 0.93 1.00

Flow = 16,200 NCMH % OP = [(0.7 - 0.4)/0.4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.83 Flow = 0.83 x 16,200 = 13,446 NCMH

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PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE

Vacuum Relief Capacity

Model 1202B

Set Vacuum
(Ps) PSIG 1.00 1.10 1.20 1.30 1.40 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 >3.50

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum)
2” 13.8 14.5 15.1 15.7 16.2 16.8 18.0 19.1 20.1 21.0 21.9 22.7 23.4 24.0 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 30.5 52.9 120 197 302 31.9 55.4 126 206 316 33.2 57.7 131 215 330 34.5 59.9 136 223 342 35.7 62.0 141 231 355 36.9 64.0 145 239 366 39.6 68.7 156 256 393 42.0 73.0 166 272 417 44.3 76.9 174 286 439 46.3 80.4 183 300 460 48.2 83.7 190 312 478 49.9 86.6 197 323 495 51.4 89.3 203 333 511 52.8 91.8 208 342 525 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 3.5 PSI 12” 422 442 460 478 495 511 548 582 613 641 667 691 713 732

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.

Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1202B 2 PSIG set vacuum [Ps] 3.5 PSIG flowing vacuum [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2. Calculate over-vacuum 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity

Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.83

“C” Factor Table
%OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.27 0.42 0.53 0.63 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 1 0.29 0.43 0.54 0.64 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 2 0.30 0.44 0.55 0.65 0.73 0.81 0.88 0.95 3 4 5 6 •••Consult Factory••• 0.32 0.33 0.35 0.36 0.45 0.47 0.48 0.49 0.56 0.57 0.58 0.59 0.66 0.67 0.67 0.68 0.74 0.75 0.76 0.76 0.82 0.82 0.83 0.84 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.91 0.96 0.96 0.97 0.97 7 0.38 0.50 0.60 0.69 0.77 0.85 0.92 0.98 8 0.39 0.51 0.61 0.70 0.78 0.85 0.92 0.99 9 0.40 0.52 0.62 0.71 0.79 0.86 0.93 1.00

Flow = 166,000 SCFH % OV = [(3.50 - 2.0)/2.0] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.83 Flow = 0.83 x 166,000 = 137,780 SCFH

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Vacuum Relief Capacity

Model 1202B

Set Vacuum
(Ps) BarG 0.07 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.15 0.16 0.17 0.18 0.19 0.20 0.22 0.24 >0.24

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum)
2” 0.41 0.48 0.51 0.53 0.55 0.56 0.58 0.60 0.61 0.63 0.64 0.66 0.68 0.70 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 0.90 1.55 3.52 5.77 8.87 12.4 1.06 1.83 4.16 6.83 10.5 14.6 1.11 1.92 4.35 7.14 11.0 15.3 1.15 1.99 4.53 7.43 11.4 15.9 1.20 2.07 4.69 7.70 11.8 16.5 1.24 2.14 4.85 7.96 12.2 17.1 1.27 2.20 5.00 8.21 12.6 17.6 1.31 2.27 5.14 8.44 13.0 18.1 1.35 2.33 5.28 8.66 13.3 18.6 1.38 2.38 5.41 8.88 13.6 19.0 1.41 2.44 5.53 9.08 13.9 19.4 1.44 2.49 5.65 9.27 14.2 19.8 1.49 2.58 5.86 9.62 14.8 20.6 1.54 2.67 6.05 9.93 15.2 21.3 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 0.24 BARG

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.

Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1202B 0.12 BarG Set Vacuum [Ps] 0.17 BarG Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2. Calculate over-vacuum 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity

Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 42% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 40 and column 2 “C” factor at 42% OV = 0.55

“C” Factor Table
%OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.27 0.42 0.53 0.63 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 1 0.29 0.43 0.54 0.64 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 2 0.30 0.44 0.55 0.65 0.73 0.81 0.88 0.95 3 4 5 6 •••Consult Factory••• 0.32 0.33 0.35 0.36 0.45 0.47 0.48 0.49 0.56 0.57 0.58 0.59 0.66 0.67 0.67 0.68 0.74 0.75 0.76 0.76 0.82 0.82 0.83 0.84 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.91 0.96 0.96 0.97 0.97 7 0.38 0.50 0.60 0.69 0.77 0.85 0.92 0.98 8 0.39 0.51 0.61 0.70 0.78 0.85 0.92 0.99 9 0.40 0.52 0.62 0.71 0.79 0.86 0.93 1.00

Flow = 4,530 NCMH % OV = [(0.17 - 0.12)/0.12] x 100 = 42% “C” = 0.55 Flow = 0.55 x 4,530 = 2,492 NCMH

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flame element Modular Construction Model 1200A/7618 with Flame Arrester PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE WITH FLAME ARRESTER The Model 1200A/7618 Pressure/Vacuum Valve & Flame arrester combination units are designed to protect your tank from damage created by overpressure or excessive vacuum. Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 12” Pressure settings 0. All Groth flame arresters utilize spiral wound. of Commerce. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. crimped ribbon. SPECIAL FEATURES The Model 1200A Pressure/Vacuum relief valve offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. The result is increased fire protection and safety. The wafer construction of the Model 7618 flame arrester affords easy accessibility to the flame bank for maintenance. MODEL 1200A/7618 MODEL 1200A/7618 GROTH. every model 1200A/7618 is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. to provide the best flame quenching performance for the least pressure drop. Self draining housings and drip rings protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing. Factory Mutual approved elements. Groth Corporation. These proven. Stafford. TX.5 oz/in2 to 12 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356). at the same time that they provide protection from externally caused sources of heat and ignition. stainless steel and other materials Factory Mutual approved flame arresters Proven spiral wound. Groth flame arresters are pneumatic tested to 15 PSIG as standard. a Continental Disc company.5 oz/in2 to 15 PSIG Vacuum settings 0. have been reported by NTIS of the Dept. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. crimped ribbon constructed flame elements. USA 110 . carbon steel.

Weight Loaded Max. When ordering steam jacket.F. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.84 kg. /cm ) 16 oz/in2 28 3/4 ” (730) 43 1/4 ” (1099) 58 3/4 ” (1492) 19” (483) 125 (57 kg) 8” (200 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. /cm ) (0.in.P. * Stainless steel guides. USA . Setting Weight Loaded Max.F. For special options. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm.7 gm/cm2) 13 5/8 ” (346) 27” (685) 33 7/8 ” (860) 9 1/2 ” (241) 35 (16 kg) 3” (80 mm) 11 oz/in2 15 PSIG SPRING LOADED PRESSURE 2 *0.3 gm/cm2) 36” (914) 51 3/8 ” (1305) 69 1/2 ” (1765) 23 5/8 ” (600) 210 (95 kg) 10” (250 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0. Setting for Max. for Min. change model number.S.P. a Continental Disc company. Vacuum Setting † Min. TX.3 gm/cm ) 2 See TPD2 for Vacuum Settings and MAWP 18” (457) 29 5/8 ” (752) 38 3/4 ” (984) 11 1/2 ” (292) 45 (20 kg) 19 3/4 ” (502) 34 5/8 ” (879) 46 1/4 ” (1175) 13” (330) 70 (32 kg) (1. S. = Working Pressure. Aluminum Flame Element and no other options. include steam pressure / temperature.3 gm./sq. Setting Spring Loaded Min. on aluminum and R. 111 Groth Corporation. stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED 4” (70. drilling compatibility.05 kg.3 gm/cm ) 2 12 PSIG SPRING LOADED VACUUM 2 (48. /cm2) (100 mm) 11 oz/in2 (48. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. 316 SS Pallet.P. Inlet Flg Max. W.I. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies.3 gm/cm ) 2 48 1/2 ” (1232) 65 3/8 ” (1661) 88 1/8 ” (2238) 35 3/4 ” (908) 500 (227 kg) † W. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. Ship Wt. Certified dimensions available upon request. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer.3 gm/cm ) 2 42” (1067) 58 7/8 ” (1495) 83 (2108) 30 3/4 ” (781) 350 (160 kg) 12” (300 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. consult factory.3 gm/cm ) 2 (2.20 gm. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special T 0 0 1200A/7618 1201B/7618 1202B/7618 1203A/7618 Weight Loaded Pressure Spring Vacuum Spring Pressure & Vacuum Springs 02" Thru 12" Flame Element Material Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 1 3 5 Z = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Special NOTES Include model number and setting when ordering. set weights-Consult Factory. Set Vacuum. setting.SPECIFICATIONS A C B BB Specifications subject to change without notice. (Aluminum) 2” (50 mm) 12 oz/in2 (52. ‡ On spring loaded valves.† A Length (mm) B Height (mm) BB Height (mm) C Width (mm) Approx. Vac.N. Stafford. F. Set Pressure Weight Loaded Max. Lbs.S. 150# A. W.5 oz. 1 2 0 0 A 7 6 1 EXAMPLE 8 0 2 1 1 5 1 Indicates a 2" Model 1200A/7618 with Aluminum Body and Seat. / cm ) 6” (150 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.

6 13.66 11.0 16.3 72. Stafford.9 12.9 120 24. TX.79 0.36 9.46 4.98 6.2 62. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.5 175 281 442 92.98 0.89 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.77 0.84 0.0 155 37.31 3. Calculate over-pressure 3.9 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 10.96 5. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.92 0.95 0.6 40. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.6 36.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.86 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.8 51.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.2 39. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.76 6.79 7.0 24.74 0.0 19.8 55.72 0.92 0.0 15.93 8.68 9.29 4.5 34.2 12.0 92.6 34.1 125 197 44.0 105 168 264 55. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.00 1.50 1.0 25.60 3.75 0.3 13.3 20.2 101 22.99 0.81 0.95 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.87 Flow = 0.0 50.73 2.9 131 27.01 3.500 SCFH % OP = [(7 .00 8.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 3. a Continental Disc company.62 5.7 46. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A/7618 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1.96 0.0 30.7 47. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.0 20.5 143 29.81 0.78 6.7 15.94 0.97 0.7 21.78 0.87 0.4 18.3 78. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.3 39.88 0.73 0.9 64.88 0.00 10.0 12.99 0.50 0.56 4.75 0.80 0.78 0.00 3. USA 112 .4 92.00 2.1 17.20 10.96 0.47 4. Read “C” factor from table 4.91 0.8 132 211 332 73.6 14.7 155 248 390 83.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1200/7618 Set Pressure (Ps) In WC 0.2 75.4 17.77 0.0 20. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.76 0.84 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .80 0.00 2.93 0.1 56.87 x 61.94 1.2 148 233 50. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.0 112 125 148 163 178 195 249 295 335 372 422 497 563 623 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.91 0.83 0.87 1.0 Oz/Sq In 0.5 99.58 1.00 1.70 10.3 27.73 2.6 30.00 6.90 0.97 0.3 58.16 1.85 0.82 0.00 5 6 7 8 9 Flow = 61.7 82.4 194 311 489 12” 62.6 15.89 0.90 0.7 12. 2000.73 0.93 0.82 0.6 24.26 6.6 3” 5.5 61.500 =53.505 SCFH Groth Corporation.85 0.4 116 186 293 62.86 0.4 90.4 22.

8 12” 1.64 3” 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.81 0.94 1.80 0.50 8.35 9.812 NCMH 113 Groth Corporation.0 2. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 67% Over-pressure at intersection of row 60 and column 7 “C” factor at 67% OP = 0.93 0.75 0.69 0.35 0.92 0.91 0.31 0.98 9.39 0.0 14.72 0.82 Flow = 0.78 0.46 2.80 0.30 0.46 0.73 5.210 = 1. USA .95 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.83 0.75 0.82 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.48 1.73 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.85 0.82 2.94 0.82 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.93 0.78 0.88 0.62 5.87 0.44 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.84 0.35 3.65 0.5 2.89 0.57 3.58 0.87 0.39 0.59 1.86 0.58 0. a Continental Disc company.74 0. TX.76 7.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1200A/7618 Set Pressure (Ps) mm WC 22.77 0.88 0.82 0.0 100 150 200 250 300 375 500 625 750 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.96 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .09 0.06 2.78 0.19 6.91 3.90 0. 2000.18 0.98 0.80 4.18 0.41 2.90 0.61 4.59 1.76 0.85 0.55 1.30 1.29 5. Read “C” factor from table 4.40 1.00 5 6 7 8 9 Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A/7618 150 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 250 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.32 0.55 5.51 0.50 10.86 0.78 3. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.77 0.99 0.97 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.82 x 2.5 12.99 0. Stafford.21 3.36 4.44 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.9 17.87 0.96 0.98 1. Calculate flow capacity Flow = 2.96 12.83 1.79 0.92 0.0 50.42 2.64 1.39 7.05 8.1 15.97 4.97 0.14 0.62 5.26 0.73 0.53 4. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve.21 0.25 2. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.80 13. Calculate over-pressure 3.53 7.04 1.02 11.09 4.89 0.6 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.81 0.95 0.91 0.27 8.13 1.70 1.70 0.150)/150] x 100 = 67% “C” = 0.84 0.15 1.97 7.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.30 1.0 75.210 NCMH % OP = [(250 .74 2.

91 0.00 6.4 17.87 0.700 SCFH % OV = [(7 .92 0.3 3” 5.80 0.6 14. TX.47 4.3 9.10 4.00 2.77 0.54 8.82 0.5 41.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 2.85 0.99 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.3 75.9 93.95 0.3 46.1 37.80 0.73 2.88 0. Stafford.8 144 33.9 13.7 74. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.9 28.8 31.700 = 40.6 48.78 4.1 139 212 46.90 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.19 5.2 33. a Continental Disc company.00 10.96 0.9 98.74 0.9 31.6 157 240 55. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve.0 20.4 16.84 10.78 6.60 3. 2000.87 Flow = 0.76 0.0 Oz/Sq In 0.6 125 192 41.0 15.75 0.89 0.84 0.00 1.56 6.0 69.16 1. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.55 2. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.77 3.95 0.6 18.00 1.62 5.90 10.78 0.50 0.46 4.14 5.6 44.77 0.86 0.2 57.97 0.3 13.4 78.0 49. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A/7618 4 In WC set vacuum [Ps] 7 In WC flowing vacuum [Pf] 1.5 87.93 0.92 0.99 0.94 1.93 0.4 89.74 5.9 28.5 62.5 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 8.87 1.15 8.0 30.90 0.58 1.4 36.4 110 169 37.9 19.1 69.1 116 184 282 62.1 12.1 58.6 18.66 11.0 25.86 0.81 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.73 8.6 28.3 12.9 22.3 131 209 319 68.00 8.9 68. Calculate over-vacuum 3.87 x 46.50 1.81 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.6 60.70 19.78 0.4 114 28.85 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.82 0.03 7.93 8.9 39.0 117 128 139 152 193 227 258 286 324 381 432 478 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation. Read “C” factor from table 4.9 96 20.73 2.96 0.91 0.73 0.72 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.83 0.88 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1200A/7618 Vacuum Relief Capacity Set Vacuum (Ps) In WC 0.00 3.7 16. USA 114 . Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .0 11.98 0.4 11.3 45.00 5 6 7 8 9 Flow = 46.4 14.79 0.4 105 22.75 0.5 24.73 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.31 3.8 99. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.84 0.7 88.5 42. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.94 0.97 0.5 14.629 SCFH Groth Corporation.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.80 17. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.0 12.89 0.8 17.9 145 231 353 12” 53.00 2.

Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.63 1.42 6.26 5.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.35 0.96 0.80 0.76 3.13 0.84 0.88 0.75 0.27 8.361 NCMH 115 Groth Corporation. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .87 8.56 0.73 0.86 0.63 0.32 2.2 13.80 0.47 0.77 0.78 0.21 0.50 9. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.93 0.81 0.95 0.41 0.74 0.69 5.90 12” 1.93 1.660 NCMH % OV = [(250 .59 4.94 4.82 Flow = 0.10 10. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 67% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 60 and column 7 “C” factor at 67% OV = 0.660 = 1.32 2.29 0.0 100 150 200 250 300 375 500 625 750 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 0.77 0.45 3.85 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.96 0.150)/150] x 100 = 67% “C” = 0. a Continental Disc company.39 2. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.40 1.91 0.92 0. TX.76 1.97 0.82 x 1.83 0.48 0. USA .52 0.78 3.00 5 6 7 8 9 Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1200A/7618 150 mm WC Set Vacuum [Ps] 250 mm WC Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.90 0.14 0.53 1.28 0.15 0.82 0.84 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.53 5.84 1.95 0.08 6.17 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.91 0. 2000.72 0.78 0.07 0.86 0.32 0.7 12.98 0.90 0.42 0. Calculate flow capacity Flow = 1.17 2.25 0.0 50.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1200A/7618 Vacuum Relief Capacity Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 22.88 0.64 4.99 0.98 1.80 0.11 4.19 7. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.99 0.26 0.94 0.21 0.40 7.60 2.87 0.42 6. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.82 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.11 1. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.72 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve.93 1.95 3.55 3.21 3.97 1.31 0.94 1. Stafford.38 0.09 3.78 4.79 1.82 0.79 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.81 0.12 0.05 0.97 0.87 1.89 0.06 1.90 5.85 0.70 0.52 3” 0.73 0.27 5.25 0.5 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.75 0.06 9.76 0.92 0.66 2.93 0.05 2.77 2.0 75.89 0.94 1.77 1.17 0.

5 oz/in2 to 15 PSIG Vacuum settings 0. Modular construction Model 1220A with Pipe-Away Feature ■ PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE WITH PIPE-AWAY FEATURE Model 1220A is used for pressure and vacuum relief where vapors must be piped away. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Stafford. TX. Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. Viton® and other seating diaphragms can be provided when required. This helps to provide increased fire protection and safety. Buna-N. MODEL 1220A GROTH. To insure the proper alignment of seating surfaces there is peripheral guiding and a center stabilizing stem. MODEL 1221B 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. Escaping vapors are piped away through a flanged outlet connection. Groth Corporation.5 oz/in2 to 12 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356). every Model 1220A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. a Continental Disc company. This design also avoids pressure or vacuum buildup due to binding or clogging of the valve. These special pallets are engineered to allow only the intake or outlet relief necessary to maintain the proper working pressure. The Model 1220A has a self draining housing body and drip rings to protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 12” Pressure settings 0. thereby protecting the tank from possible damage. Special pallets in the Model 1220A housing virtually eliminate the intake of air and the escape of vapors except during normal tank breathing. carbon steel. thus reducing the loss of product. MODEL 1220A SPECIAL FEATURES Model 1220A offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. USA 120 120 . stainless steel and other materials. Model 1221B may be spring loaded when required for use on blanketed tanks or other type installation requiring higher settings.

84 kg. Setting Weight Loaded Max.3 gm/cm ) 2 8” (200 mm) 10” (250 mm) 16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2 (70.3 gm/cm2) 4” (100 mm) 6” (150 mm) 16 oz/in2 11 oz/in2 (70. change model number. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. consult factory. setting. /cm ) (2. (Aluminum) 2” (50 mm) 3” (80 mm) 11 oz/in 12 oz/in 14 ” 12 ” 7 ” (361) (320) (191) 7” (178) 5 ” 19 5/8 ” (140) 26 (12 kg) (48. on aluminum and R.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED See TPD2 for Vacuum Settings and MAWP 18” (457) 15 1/8 ” (384) 9” (229) 8 1/8 ” (206) 6” (152) 23 3/8 ” (594) 34 (16 kg) 19 1/4 ” 18 1/4 ” (489) (463) 11” (279) 9 1/2 ” (241) 6 1/2 ” 28 5/8 ” (165) (727) 49 (22 kg) (1. 150# R. When ordering steam jacket.3 gm/cm2) *0. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys.SPECIFICATIONS B D E Specifications subject to change without notice. Max.P. Fiberglass dimensions on request. USA . Setting Spring Loaded 2 Min. *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0. * Stainless steel guides. Stafford. Inlet Flg. W. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies.S. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special 1 5 T 0 0 1220A 1221B 1222B 1223A Weight Loaded Pressure Spring Vacuum Spring Pressure & Vacuum Springs 02" Thru 12" Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 1 3 5 6 7 Z 2 0 A NOTES Include model number and setting when ordering. TX. drilling compatibility F.7 gm/cm2) 3” (80 mm) 4” (100 mm) 13 oz/in2 11 oz/in2 15 PSIG SPRING LOADED PRESSURE 2 12 PSIG SPRING LOADED VACUUM 2 (57.F. for Min. 121 Groth Corporation. Vac. Lbs. Certified dimensions available upon request.3 gm/cm2) (48.3 gm/cm2) 42 3/4 ” 39 1/8 ” (1086) (993) 21” (533) 20 5/8 ” (524) 15” (381) 58 7/8 ” (1496) 260 (118 kg) W. stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies.P. S. Vacuum Setting † Min.0 gm/cm2) (48. in.F. /cm ) 6” (150 mm) 8” (200 mm) 16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2 (70.2 gm/cm2) (52.20 gm.3 gm/cm2) (70. A Length (mm) 1/4 B Height (mm) 5/8 C Width (mm) 1/2 D (mm) E (mm) 1/2 BB (mm) (499) Approx.P. a Continental Disc company.5 oz. Outlet Flg./sq. Set Pressure Weight Loaded Max. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. = Working Pressure. 316 SS Pallet. W. Ship Wt. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm and no other options. Setting for † Max. ‡ On spring loaded valves.05 kg. For special options.3 gm/cm2) (70. set weights-Consult Factory. Set Vacuum Weight Loaded 2 Max. include steam pressure / temperature.3 gm/cm2) 32 1/2 ” 28 1/2 ” (826) (723) 16” (406) 15 1/4 ” 10 3/4 ” 45 1/4 ” (387) (273) (1149) 137 (62 kg) 10” (250 mm) 12” (300 mm) 16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2 (70.3 gm/cm2) 37 3/4 ” 34 1/2 ” (959) (876) 19” (483) 18” (457) 12 1/2 ” 54 1/8 ” (318) (1375) 186 (85 kg) 12” (300 mm) † 14” (350 mm) 16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2 (70.F. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer. /cm ) 26 1/2 ” 23 3/4 ” 13 1/2 ” 12 3/4 ” 8 1/2 ” 38 3/8 ” (673) (603) (343) (324) (216) (984) 93 (42 kg) (70. = = = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special 0 2 1 EXAMPLE 1 2 Indicates a 2" Model 1220A with Aluminum Body and Seat.3 gm/cm2) (70.3 gm/cm ) 2 (0.

PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE

Pressure Relief Capacity

Model 1220A

Set Pressure
(Ps) In WC 0.87 1.00 1.73 2.00 2.60 3.00 3.46 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.0 12.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 Oz/Sq In 0.50 0.58 1.00 1.16 1.50 1.73 2.00 2.31 3.47 4.62 5.78 6.93 8.66 11.6 14.4 17.3

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure)
2” 6.87 7.39 9.71 10.4 11.9 12.8 13.7 14.7 18.0 20.7 23.1 25.2 28.1 32.2 35.8 39.0 3” 13.3 14.3 18.8 20.2 23.0 24.7 26.6 28.6 35.0 40.4 45.1 49.4 55.2 63.7 71.2 77.9 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 25.2 52.7 82.6 135 27.1 56.6 88.8 145 35.6 74.3 117 190 38.2 79.8 125 205 43.5 90.8 143 233 46.8 97.5 153 250 50.2 105 164 268 53.9 112 177 288 65.9 137 215 351 75.8 157 248 404 84.6 175 276 450 92.4 191 301 491 103 211 335 546 118 241 383 625 131 267 424 692 143 289 460 751 12” 175 188 247 265 302 324 348 374 456 525 584 638 709 811 898 975

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.

Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2. Calculate over-pressure 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity

Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.87

“C” Factor Table
%OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.42 0.51 0.59 0.66 0.72 0.78 0.84 0.90 0.95 1 0.43 0.52 0.59 0.66 0.73 0.79 0.85 0.90 0.95 2 0.44 0.52 0.60 0.67 0.73 0.80 0.85 0.91 0.96 3 0.45 0.53 0.61 0.68 0.74 0.80 0.86 0.91 0.96 4 0.46 0.54 0.61 0.68 0.75 0.81 0.86 0.92 0.97 5 0.46 0.55 0.62 0.69 0.75 0.81 0.87 0.92 0.97 6 0.47 0.56 0.63 0.70 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.93 0.98 7 0.48 0.56 0.64 0.70 0.77 0.82 0.88 0.93 0.99 8 0.49 0.57 0.64 0.71 0.77 0.83 0.89 0.94 0.99 9 0.50 0.58 0.65 0.72 0.78 0.84 0.89 0.94 1.00

Flow = 112,000 SCFH % OP = [(7 - 4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.87 Flow = 0.87 x 112,000 = 97,440 SCFH

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PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE

Pressure Relief Capacity

Model 1220A

Set Pressure
(Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.16 4.90 7.35 9.80 12.3 14.7 17.2 19.6 22.1 24.5 27.0 29.4 36.8 49.0 61.3 73.5

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure)
2” 0.19 0.29 0.36 0.41 0.46 0.50 0.54 0.58 0.61 0.65 0.68 0.70 0.78 0.90 1.00 1.09 3” 0.37 0.56 0.69 0.80 0.89 0.98 1.06 1.13 1.20 1.26 1.32 1.38 1.54 1.78 1.99 2.18 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.71 1.48 2.33 3.80 1.07 2.23 3.50 5.72 1.31 2.72 4.28 6.99 1.51 3.14 4.93 8.05 1.68 3.50 5.51 8.99 1.84 3.82 6.02 9.80 1.99 4.12 6.49 10.6 2.12 4.39 6.92 11.3 2.25 4.65 7.33 12.0 2.36 4.89 7.71 12.6 2.48 5.11 8.07 13.2 2.58 5.33 8.42 13.7 2.88 5.91 9.40 15.3 3.30 6.75 10.7 17.5 3.67 7.46 11.9 19.4 3.99 8.07 12.9 21.0 12” 4.93 7.42 9.10 10.4 11.7 12.7 13.7 14.7 15.5 16.3 17.1 17.8 19.8 22.7 25.1 27.3

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A 100 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2. Calculate over-pressure 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.87

“C” Factor Table
%OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.42 0.51 0.59 0.66 0.72 0.78 0.84 0.90 0.95 1 0.43 0.52 0.59 0.66 0.73 0.79 0.85 0.90 0.95 2 0.44 0.52 0.60 0.67 0.73 0.80 0.85 0.91 0.96 3 0.45 0.53 0.61 0.68 0.74 0.80 0.86 0.91 0.96 4 0.46 0.54 0.61 0.68 0.75 0.81 0.86 0.92 0.97 5 0.46 0.55 0.62 0.69 0.75 0.81 0.87 0.92 0.97 6 0.47 0.56 0.63 0.70 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.93 0.98 7 0.48 0.56 0.64 0.70 0.77 0.82 0.88 0.93 0.99 8 0.49 0.57 0.64 0.71 0.77 0.83 0.89 0.94 0.99 9 0.50 0.58 0.65 0.72 0.78 0.84 0.89 0.94 1.00

Flow = 3,140 NCMH % OP = [(175 - 100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.87 Flow = 0.87 x 3,140 = 2,732 NCMH

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PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE

Vacuum Relief Capacity

Model 1220A

Set Vacuum
(Ps) In WC 0.87 1.00 1.73 2.00 2.60 3.00 3.46 4.00 6.00 8.00 10.0 12.0 15.0 20.0 25.0 30.0 Oz/Sq In 0.50 0.58 1.00 1.16 1.50 1.73 2.00 2.31 3.47 4.62 5.78 6.93 8.66 11.6 14.4 17.3

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum)
2” 4.70 5.05 6.63 7.12 8.10 8.70 9.33 10.0 12.2 14.0 15.6 17.0 18.8 21.4 23.6 25.4 3” 10.3 11.0 14.5 15.6 17.7 19.0 20.4 21.9 26.7 30.6 34.0 37.1 41.1 46.8 51.5 55.6 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 16.0 34.7 60.5 91.1 17.2 37.3 65.0 97.9 22.6 49.0 85.3 129 24.2 52.6 91.6 138 27.6 59.8 104 157 29.6 64.2 112 169 31.8 68.9 120 181 34.1 74.0 129 194 41.5 90.1 157 237 47.7 103 180 272 53.0 115 200 302 57.8 125 218 329 64.0 139 242 365 72.9 158 276 415 80.3 174 304 457 86.6 188 327 493 12” 129 138 182 195 222 238 256 274 334 384 427 465 516 587 646 697

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.

Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A 4 In WC set vacuum [Ps] 7 In WC flowing vacuum [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2. Calculate over-vacuum 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity

Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.87

“C” Factor Table
%OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.42 0.51 0.59 0.66 0.72 0.78 0.84 0.90 0.95 1 0.43 0.52 0.59 0.66 0.73 0.79 0.85 0.90 0.95 2 0.44 0.52 0.60 0.67 0.73 0.80 0.85 0.91 0.96 3 0.45 0.53 0.61 0.68 0.74 0.80 0.86 0.91 0.96 4 0.46 0.54 0.61 0.68 0.75 0.81 0.86 0.92 0.97 5 0.46 0.55 0.62 0.69 0.75 0.81 0.87 0.92 0.97 6 0.47 0.56 0.63 0.70 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.93 0.98 7 0.48 0.56 0.64 0.70 0.77 0.82 0.88 0.93 0.99 8 0.49 0.57 0.64 0.71 0.77 0.83 0.89 0.94 0.99 9 0.50 0.58 0.65 0.72 0.78 0.84 0.89 0.94 1.00

Flow = 74,000 SCFH % OV = [(7 - 4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.87 Flow = 0.87 x 74,000 = 64,380 SCFH

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46 0.57 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .58 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.49 1.80 3.56 3.08 3.66 0.6 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.2 19.62 0.55 0.48 0.34 2.71 0.83 1.26 2.66 0.44 5.88 0.93 0.16 4.70 0.65 0.6 22.87 x 2.80 0.44 0.87 Flow = 0.88 0.37 0.84 0.68 0.91 5.3 2.32 1.68 1.95 1 0.51 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.96 4 0.72 8.69 0.4 36.52 0.59 0.45 1.77 0.92 0.73 0.810 NCMH 125 Groth Corporation.94 0.62 0.8 49. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. Calculate over-vacuum 3.62 3.99 8 0.81 0.95 2 0.54 12. TX.72 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.17 2.53 0.83 0.45 7.05 4.77 0.45 0.2 19.44 0.96 1.36 8.64 0.5 16. 2000.80 12.25 1.24 0.67 0.07 2.90 8.86 0.08 1.90 0. USA .5 18.43 0.90 8.0 12.7 2.98 1.91 0.81 0.07 7.56 0.60 0.50 0.29 0.88 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.1 24.63 0.60 0.60 9.53 4.09 1.85 0.22 13. Stafford.66 0.59 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.52 6.13 0.64 0.64 8.41 6. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.91 0.75 0.08 5.71 2.94 1. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.8 11.92 0.65 1.90 7.97 6 0.89 0.48 0.89 0.40 10.3 14.75 11.78 0.78 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.75 0.42 3.28 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.69 0.54 0. a Continental Disc company.81 3.96 2.9 12” 3.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.46 0.93 0.62 5.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.72 3” 0.70 7.74 0.15 4.73 4.68 0.53 0.34 0.42 0.70 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.29 9.72 0.0 61.79 0.42 0.16 1.75 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1220A Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.20 0.14 9. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.32 4.58 0.86 0.16 1.1 14. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.4 12.7 17.52 0.81 10.61 0.90 0.53 0.99 9 0.00 1.49 0.84 0.31 0.39 0.81 0.46 1.6 13.00 Flow = 2. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.48 6.44 0.85 0.5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 0.64 1.04 1.76 0.5 27.3 73.49 3.80 0.58 3.48 2.0 29.91 0.46 0.96 3 0.9 2.73 0.97 5 0.47 0.65 5.04 6. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.56 0.61 0.91 6.080 NCMH % OV = [(175 .38 5.57 0.45 0.86 0.74 0.35 9.26 4.75 7.82 0.87 0.23 5.88 1.1 10. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A 100 mm WC Set Vacuum [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.080 = 1.82 0.98 7 0.

32 0.77 0.00 2.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .7 80.60 0.91 0.29 0.00 8.4 77.80 0.85 0.00 6.50 0.00 4.0 12.78 0.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.8 98. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.96 0.00 9.70 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.90 0.52 0.88 0.000 = 371.59 0.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.86 0.42 0.67 0.4 96. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.43 0.2 58.71 0.51 0.97 2 6 0.36 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.80 0.83 0.48 0.44 0.72 0.92 0.89 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.58 0.83 Flow = 0.38 0.0 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 28. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.73 0. USA 126 .95 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.79 0.97 7 0.83 x 448.35 0.67 0.99 9 0.0 40. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1221B 4 PSIG set pressure [Ps] 7 PSIG flowing pressure [Pf] 1.56 0.87 0.64 0.40 0.74 0. 2000.45 0.0 14.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1221B Set Pressure (Ps) PSIG 1.00 5.57 0.4 86.39 0. TX. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.840 SCFH Groth Corporation.0 13.82 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.84 0.76 0.54 0.55 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.27 0. a Continental Disc company.00 7.00 3. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.68 0.6 104 110 115 120 125 3” 53.00 Flow = 448.93 1.30 0.33 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.92 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.81 0.98 8 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.3 50.69 0.8 66. Stafford.7 92.61 0.66 0.53 0.5 210 345 529 134 304 500 767 168 381 625 960 198 448 736 1130 225 510 838 1286 250 568 932 1431 274 622 1022 1568 297 674 1107 1699 319 724 1189 1825 340 772 1267 1945 360 818 1343 2062 380 863 1417 2176 400 907 1489 2286 418 949 1559 2393 437 991 1627 2498 12” 739 1070 1340 1577 1794 1997 2188 2371 2546 2714 2877 3036 3189 3339 3486 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.00 10.65 0.96 0.5 73.85 0.76 0.87 0.47 0.94 1 0.82 0.62 0.0 11. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.0 15.72 0.49 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.9 114 130 144 158 171 184 196 208 219 231 241 252 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 92.75 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .90 0.63 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.

12 4.2 10.97 2 6 0.86 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.5 3. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.83 0.4 62.51 0.79 1.13 3.8 4.6 40.2 52.70 0.35 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.3 20.2 57.10 20.81 0.80 10.4 46.1 10.5 93. Read “C” factor from table 4.38 0.25 0.64 0.6 8.4 48.6 37.4 9.27 0.1 68.97 7 0. USA .87 0.2 18. Stafford.84 0.7 86.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1221B Set Pressure (Ps) BarG 0.92 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.07 0. a Continental Disc company.33 0.70 4.2 26.4 5.39 2.62 1.52 2.40 0.88 0.64 19.35 0.41 4.2 12” 21.44 12.8 7.67 0.39 0.57 0.82 0.60 0.200 = 13.1 15.4)/0.57 1.48 0.90 0.66 17. TX.66 0.80 0.62 0.91 0.83 x 16.7 57.76 6.5 43.48 3.16 10.85 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.35 3.5 34.87 0.96 0.0 24.83 Flow = 0.1 6.9 72.98 5.77 0.42 0.4 28.55 0.98 8 0.95 0.80 0.43 0.5 66.3 31.0 22. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1221B 0.00 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.16 18.89 0.32 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.4 4.71 0.45 0.3 43.00 Flow = 16.72 7. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.14 16. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.54 0.15 0.76 3.73 0.10 0.7 37.96 0.76 0.28 15.69 0.5 30. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.2 23.76 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .90 0.9 27.28 7. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.63 0.14 3.89 3.89 2.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.58 0.72 0.18 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 2. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.93 1.23 1.60 0.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve. Calculate over-pressure 3.90 1.7 22.99 9 0.72 0.65 0.2 32.75 0.65 2.61 0.4 BarG Set Pressure [Ps] 0.7 26.9 17.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.80 0.94 1 0.2 49.56 3” 1.45 0.10 2.25 6.7 BarG Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.0.8 8. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.25 5.1 65.36 0.52 0.36 2.56 0.59 0.7 12.6 38.6 32.3 46.200 NCMH % OP = [(0.04 13. 2000.6 79. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.47 0.4 71.7 26.45 12.55 0.44 0.8 24.92 0.9 7.82 0.5 6.70 0.95 2.25 2.82 0.0 61.99 1. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.50 0.81 4.1 11.67 0.30 0.29 0.30 0.5 28.68 0.09 9.43 1.79 0.6 33.20 0.40 0.61 15.49 0.72 6.50 0.85 0.1 99.74 0.6 40.53 0.9 52.4 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.78 0.446 NCMH 127 Groth Corporation.7 .5 43.

00 2.25 3.55 0.78 0.30 1.25 2.89 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .00 1.44 0.39 0.83 Flow = 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1222B 2 PSIG set vacuum [Ps] 3.1 20. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%. USA 128 .48 0.79 0.3 203 333 511 52.76 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.69 0.4 126 206 316 33.50 . Calculate over-vacuum 3.87 0. a Continental Disc company.45 0.60 0.0 19.50 2.99 9 0.32 0.82 0.7 131 215 330 34. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.3 76.50 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 13.85 0.50 0.0 141 231 355 36.6 68.42 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.29 0.87 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.97 7 0.91 0.35 0.0 145 239 366 39.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.8 91. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.88 0.67 0.4 89.83 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.77 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1222B Set Vacuum (Ps) PSIG 1.70 0.80 0.000 = 137.92 0.56 0.67 0.94 1 0.59 0.40 1. Read “C” factor from table 4.7 23. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.6 197 323 495 51.50 1.000 SCFH % OV = [(3.0)/2.57 0.3 80.5 PSI 12” 422 442 460 478 495 511 548 582 613 641 667 691 713 732 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.63 0.76 0.9 136 223 342 35. TX.5 52.9 120 197 302 31.27 0.66 0.2 57.62 0.2 16.47 0.93 1.72 0.82 0.5 59.0] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.2.98 8 0.85 0.58 0.83 x 166. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.83 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.75 0.2 83.7 16.20 1. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.9 86.73 0.30 0.9 64.75 2.8 208 342 525 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 3.38 0.10 1.1 21. Stafford.0 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 30.780 SCFH Groth Corporation.61 0.0 21.72 0.64 0.36 0.00 3.92 0.9 55.1 15.65 0.8 18. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.80 0.97 2 6 0.52 0.33 0.7 190 312 478 49.00 Flow = 166.8 14.71 0.40 0.53 0.90 0. 2000.54 0.51 0.90 0.4 183 300 460 48.5 PSIG flowing vacuum [Pf] 1. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.95 0.49 0.50 >3.84 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.7 62.74 0.86 0.75 3.43 0.96 0.96 0.0 73.7 156 256 393 42.5 15.81 0.9 22.68 0.0 166 272 417 44.4 24.9 174 286 439 46.

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Vacuum Relief Capacity

Model 1222B

Set Vacuum
(Ps) BarG 0.07 0.10 0.11 0.12 0.13 0.14 0.15 0.16 0.17 0.18 0.19 0.20 0.22 0.24 >0.24

Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum)
2” 0.41 0.48 0.51 0.53 0.55 0.56 0.58 0.60 0.61 0.63 0.64 0.66 0.68 0.70 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 0.90 1.55 3.52 5.77 8.87 12.4 1.06 1.83 4.16 6.83 10.5 14.6 1.11 1.92 4.35 7.14 11.0 15.3 1.15 1.99 4.53 7.43 11.4 15.9 1.20 2.07 4.69 7.70 11.8 16.5 1.24 2.14 4.85 7.96 12.2 17.1 1.27 2.20 5.00 8.21 12.6 17.6 1.31 2.27 5.14 8.44 13.0 18.1 1.35 2.33 5.28 8.66 13.3 18.6 1.38 2.38 5.41 8.88 13.6 19.0 1.41 2.44 5.53 9.08 13.9 19.4 1.44 2.49 5.65 9.27 14.2 19.8 1.49 2.58 5.86 9.62 14.8 20.6 1.54 2.67 6.05 9.93 15.2 21.3 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 0.24 BARG

Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation, based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. 2000. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.

Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve, reduce tabulated capacities by 32%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%, modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%, consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf - Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1222B 0.12 BarG Set Vacuum [Ps] 0.17 BarG Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2. Calculate over-vacuum 3. Read “C” factor from table 4. Calculate flow capacity

Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 42% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 40 and column 2 “C” factor at 42% OV = 0.55

“C” Factor Table
%OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.27 0.42 0.53 0.63 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 1 0.29 0.43 0.54 0.64 0.72 0.80 0.87 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.30 0.32 0.33 0.35 0.44 0.45 0.47 0.48 0.55 0.56 0.57 0.58 0.65 0.66 0.67 0.67 0.73 0.74 0.75 0.76 0.81 0.82 0.82 0.83 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.90 0.95 0.96 0.96 0.97 2 6 0.36 0.49 0.59 0.68 0.76 0.84 0.91 0.97 7 0.38 0.50 0.60 0.69 0.77 0.85 0.92 0.98 8 0.39 0.51 0.61 0.70 0.78 0.85 0.92 0.99 9 0.40 0.52 0.62 0.71 0.79 0.86 0.93 1.00

Flow = 4,530 NCMH % OV = [(0.17 - 0.12)/0.12] x 100 = 42% “C” = 0.55 Flow = 0.55 x 4,530 = 2,491 NCMH

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Model 1220A/7618

Sizes 2” through 12” Pressure settings 0.5 oz/in2 to 15 PSIG Vacuum settings 0.5 oz/in2 to 12 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356), carbon steel, stainless steel and other materials. Factory Mutual approved flame arresters Proven spiral wound, crimped ribbon, flame element Modular construction

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PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE WITH FLAME ARRESTER (PIPE-AWAY)
The Model 1220A/7618 combination units are used for pressure and vacuum relief where vapors must be piped away. They are designed to protect your tank from damage created by over-pressure or excessive vacuum, at the same time that they provide protection from externally caused sources of heat and ignition. The result is reduced emissions level and increased fire protection and safety.
MODEL 1220A/7618

SPECIAL FEATURES
The Model 1220A Pressure/Vacuum relief valve with flanged pipe-away outlet offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. Self draining housings and drip rings protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing. The wafer construction of the Model 7618 flame arrester affords easy accessibility to the flame bank for maintenance. All Groth flame arresters utilize spiral wound, crimped ribbon constructed flame elements. These proven, Factory Mutual approved elements, have been reported by NTIS of the Dept. of Commerce, to provide the best flame quenching performance for the least pressure drop. Groth flame arresters are pneumatic tested to 15 PSIG as standard.

MODEL 1220A/7618

GROTH, THE CAPABILITY COMPANY
As with all Groth products, every Model 1220A/7618 is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery.

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Specifications subject to change without notice. Certified dimensions available upon request.

Inlet Flg.

Outlet Flg.

Max. Set Pressure Weight Loaded
(48.2 gm/cm2)

Max. Set Vacuum Weight Loaded
(52.7 gm/cm2)

Max. Setting Spring Loaded

Min. Setting Weight Loaded

Max. W.P. for Min. Vacuum Setting

Min. Vac. Setting for † Max. W.P.

A Length (mm)
(361)

B Height (mm)
(676)

BB Height (mm)
(854)

C Width (mm)
(221)

D (mm)
(514)

E (mm)
(140)

Approx. Ship Wt. Lbs. (Aluminum)

2”
(50 mm)

3”
(80 mm)

11 oz/in2 12 oz/in2 13 oz/in2 11 oz/in2
15 PSIG SPRING LOADED PRESSURE 2 12 PSIG SPRING LOADED VACUUM 2
(57.0 gm/cm2) (48.3 gm/cm2)

141/4” 265/8” 335/8” 83/4” 201/4” 51/2”
See TPD2 for Vacuum Settings and MAWP

45
(20 kg)

3”
(80 mm)

4”
(100 mm)

18”
(457)

311/8” 393/8” 91/2” 231/8”
(790) (1000) (241) (588)

6”
(152)

60
(27 kg)

4”
(100 mm)

6”
(150 mm)

16 oz/in2 11 oz/in2
(70.3 gm/cm2) (48.3 gm/cm2)

*0.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED

191/4”
(489)

37”
(940)

473/8” 111/2” 263/4” 61/2”
(1203) (292) (679) (165)

90
(41 kg)

(1.05 kg. /cm )

6”
(150 mm)

8”
(200 mm)

16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2
(70.3 gm/cm2) (70.3 gm/cm2)

(0.84 kg. /cm )

(2.20 gm. /cm )

261/2” 443/4” 593/4” 161/2” 311/2” 81/2”
(673) (1136) (1518) (419) (800) (216)

160
(73 kg)

8”
(200 mm)

10”
(250 mm)

16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2
(70.3 gm/cm2) (70.3 gm/cm2)

321/2” 531/2” 701/4” 21”
(826) (1358) (1784) (533)

373/8” 103/4”
(949) (273)

270
(123 kg)

10”
(250 mm)

12”
(300 mm)

16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2
(70.3 gm/cm2) (70.3 gm/cm2)

371/4” 641/2” 841/8” 243/4” 451/4” 121/2”
(959) (1638) (2137) (629) (1149) (318)

420
(190 kg)

12”
(300 mm)

14”
(350 mm)

16 oz/in2 16 oz/in2
(70.3 gm/cm2) (70.3 gm/cm2)

423/4” 715/8” 913/8” 285/8” 501/8”
(1086) (1819) (2321) (727) (1273)

15”
(381)

600
(273 kg)

W.P. = Working Pressure. ‡ On spring loaded valves, change model number. 150# R.F. drilling compatibility F.F. on aluminum and R.F. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer. S.S. set weights-Consult Factory. *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0.5 oz./sq.in. setting.

HOW TO ORDER
For easy ordering, select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS
O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special
T 0 0

1220A/7618 1221B/7618 1222B/7618 1223A/7618

Weight Loaded Pressure Spring Vacuum Spring Pressure & Vacuum Springs

02" Thru 12" 1 3 5 Z = = = =

Flame Element Material Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Special

EXAMPLE

NOTES

Include model number and setting when ordering. For special options, consult factory. When ordering steam jacket, include steam pressure / temperature. * Stainless steel guides, stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies.

1

2

2

0

A

7

6

1

8

0

2

1

1

5

1

Indicates a 2" Model 1220A/7618 with Aluminum Body and Seat, 316 SS Pallet, Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm Aluminum Flame Element and no other options.
1

Telfon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.

131

Groth Corporation, a Continental Disc company, Stafford, TX, USA

73 2.0 88.0 Oz/Sq In 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.95 0.73 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .7 73. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.5 23.73 2.0 14.2 3” 5. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above. Read “C” factor from table 4.7 44. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.58 1.99 0.6 113 179 42.0 84.68 6.7 38.1 86. USA 132 .0 30.91 0.8 74.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .1 11.2 182 278 443 12” 59.60 3.95 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.5 37.97 0.0 26.2 81.0 22. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.21 9.000 = 50.78 0.77 0. Stafford.0 124 189 301 70.7 98.85 0.87 x 58.12 6.85 0.5 11.8 133 211 47.8 58.50 1. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.87 Flow = 0.7 20. TX.5 48.89 0.1 28.86 0.3 15.1 17.460 SCFH Groth Corporation.00 1.81 0.2 57.84 5.92 0.9 13.90 0.76 0. a Continental Disc company.3 36.80 0.64 6.86 0.84 0.78 0.98 0.00 2.2 92.74 0.46 4. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve.6 16.0 20.75 0.93 0.92 3.62 5.47 4.45 4. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.7 48. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.00 1.31 3.94 0.23 10.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.66 11.00 3.00 8.88 0.00 6.73 0.8 34.00 2.1 67.65 7.78 6.81 0.4 18.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.9 32. Calculate over-pressure 3.4 146 222 354 79.91 0.0 15.8 105 116 138 151 165 180 230 272 309 343 389 457 518 574 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation. 2000.6 130 28.5 23.00 5 6 7 8 9 Flow = 58.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.3 20. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A/7618 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.77 0.6 21.88 0.84 0.9 109 167 266 60.34 9.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 2.1 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 10.1 13.96 0.90 0.82 0.2 58.16 1.4 19.19 4.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1220A/7618 Set Pressure (Ps) In WC 0.6 68.07 10.00 10.87 0.87 1.4 53.93 8. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.94 1.0 25.79 0.50 0.96 0.6 14.93 0.4 17.99 0.7 165 252 400 88.83 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.8 119 25.82 0.1 15.9 141 35.80 0.5 109 23.89 0.7 32.91 0.75 0.7 12.0 12.3 51.72 0.4 43.6 151 240 52.97 0.9 53.

37 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.95 0.88 0.97 0.52 4.70 11.3 2. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.07 1. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.80 3.82 0.23 1.12 6.27 5.76 0.29 0.62 0.82 x 2.90 0.79 1.67 7.0 50.70 8.50 5.91 0.51 7.12 3.82 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.57 0.96 1.26 0.29 10.78 0.30 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.44 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.53 2.74 0.91 0.0 100 150 200 250 300 375 500 625 750 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.08 3. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.80 0.35 2.50 0.85 0.94 1.10 4.73 7.95 0.31 0.080 NCMH % OP = [(250 .3 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.0 13.19 5.37 0.55 0.96 0.73 0.27 6.01 2.90 0.82 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.5 12” 1.99 0.72 0.75 0.80 1.43 0.706 NCMH 133 Groth Corporation.81 0. TX.83 0.080 = 1.93 1.08 0.64 2.85 0. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve.89 12.94 0.14 0.86 0.98 0.87 0.20 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 67% Over-pressure at intersection of row 60 and column 7 “C” factor at 67% OP = 0.65 2.84 0.93 0.52 1.7 16.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.19 2.51 5.76 5. Stafford.0 75.80 0.17 7.38 2.11 6.34 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.82 Flow = 0.91 0.28 4.92 0.70 3.89 0.79 0. a Continental Disc company. Read “C” factor from table 4.36 8.67 1.53 0. 2000. Calculate flow capacity Flow = 2.75 0.79 4.00 5 6 7 8 9 Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A/7618 150 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 250 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.09 1.81 0.98 1. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .07 1.78 0.0 14.17 0.82 0.13 11.150)/150] x 100 = 67% “C” = 0.96 0.63 3” 0.77 0.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1220A/7618 Set Pressure (Ps) mm WC 22.84 0.52 1.65 0.46 3.50 3.26 4.38 0.01 1.75 9.88 0.0 2.89 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.74 0.93 0.36 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0. USA . modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.99 0.77 0.73 0.97 0.86 0.17 0.62 0.00 4. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.

84 0.87 Flow = 0.50 0.0 11.0 69.5 62.73 2.3 13.6 18.91 0.0 30. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.7 16.5 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 8.3 9.95 0.75 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.99 0.00 8. Stafford.19 5.9 28.9 93.4 78.3 75. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.00 2.89 0.0 15.99 0.74 5.78 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.78 6.97 0.80 0.3 131 209 319 68.84 10.31 3. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve.77 3.82 0.85 0.1 58.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.9 31.55 2.86 0.46 4.6 60.1 69.77 0. a Continental Disc company. Read “C” factor from table 4.00 5 6 7 8 9 Flow = 46. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A/7618 4 In WC set vacuum [Ps] 7 In WC flowing vacuum [Pf] 1.97 0.85 0.9 68.72 0.0 Oz/Sq In 0.3 46.1 37.76 0.58 1.56 6.73 0.90 0.80 17.629 SCFH Groth Corporation.3 45.93 0.75 0.95 0.73 2.96 0.66 11.92 0.6 48.81 0.93 8.00 10.4 114 28.6 14.00 6.78 0.94 1.74 0.4 14. USA 134 .2 57. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.81 0.4 105 22.6 125 192 41.90 10.9 28.9 19.0 12.87 x 46.15 8.1 139 212 46.9 96.3 3” 5.5 14.9 22.89 0.83 0.16 1.88 0.8 31.00 2.73 8.6 44.87 0.03 7.5 41.0 117 128 139 152 193 227 258 286 324 381 432 478 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.8 99.6 157 240 55.9 39.50 1.80 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.54 8. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .88 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.4 36.70 19. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.4 16.1 12.84 0. 2000.00 1.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.60 3.5 24.73 0.7 88.2 33.700 = 40.82 0.62 5. TX.86 0.00 3.0 49.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 2.8 144 33.96 0.6 28. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.9 13.91 0.5 42. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.0 20.6 18. Calculate over-vacuum 3.87 1.47 4. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.4 110 169 37.91 0.0 20.4 11.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.700 SCFH % OV = [(7 .5 87.14 5. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.8 17.90 0.3 12.78 4.4 17.4 89. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.1 116 184 282 62.9 145 231 353 12” 53.79 0.94 0.93 0.0 25.98 0.77 0.10 4.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1220A/7618 Vacuum Relief Capacity Set Vacuum (Ps) In WC 0.9 98.00 1.7 74.

27 8.85 0.29 0.25 0.78 3.95 0.93 0.89 0.82 0.79 1.95 0.59 4.53 5. Read “C” factor from table 4.21 0.91 0.75 0.10 10.47 0.25 0.82 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 1 2 3 4 Consult Factory 0.78 0.32 2.2 13. Calculate flow capacity Flow = 1. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.85 0.39 2.28 0.90 12” 1.96 0. Consult Factory for flow capacity with fiberglass valve. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.99 0.76 3. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.93 1.93 1.40 1.42 6. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.74 0.70 0.80 0.05 2.17 0.82 Flow = 0.87 1.97 1.89 0.48 0.72 0.150)/150] x 100 = 67% “C” = 0.84 0.26 5.75 0.84 0. USA . a Continental Disc company.81 0. TX.76 1.92 0.52 0.93 0.00 5 6 7 8 9 Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1220A/7618 150 mm WC Set Vacuum [Ps] 250 mm WC Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.80 0.97 0.94 1.66 2.82 x 1.98 1.32 2.42 0. Stafford.12 0.77 1.40 7.19 7.95 3.87 8.86 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.50 9.7 12.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1220A/7618 Vacuum Relief Capacity Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 22.78 4.0 100 150 200 250 300 375 500 625 750 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 0.0 50.63 0.21 3.94 4.15 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.72 0.63 1.83 0.76 0.80 0.14 0.26 0.660 = 1.53 1.88 0. 2000.90 0.52 3” 0.27 5. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 67% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 60 and column 7 “C” factor at 67% OV = 0.41 0.06 1.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.05 0.69 5. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.08 6.81 0.97 0.73 0.77 2.5 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.55 3.78 0.32 0.361 NCMH 135 Groth Corporation. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .99 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.31 0.77 0.11 4.17 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.45 3.98 0.73 0.35 0.86 0.11 1.09 3.17 2.90 5. Calculate over-vacuum 3.88 0.87 0.91 0.90 0.06 9.64 4.94 0.07 0.82 0.96 0.77 0.13 0.0 75.660 NCMH % OV = [(250 .38 0.60 2.91 0.79 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.42 6.56 0.21 0.84 1.94 1.

To insure the proper alignment of seating surfaces there is peripheral guiding and a center stabilizing stem.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Fiberglass Relief Valves ■ ■ Groth provides fiberglass products for corrosive service Available in Series 1200A. AND OTHERS Fiberglass valves are used the same as their counter parts manufactured in metal. a Continental Disc company. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Costly product evaporation losses due to normal tank “breathing” are greatly reduced. Stafford. These Fiberglass valves may be spring loaded when required for use on blanketed tank or other type installations requiring higher settings. Fiberglass construction can be used where highly corrosive and toxic liquids are being stored. GROTH. USA 160 . 2000A. This design also avoids pressure or vacuum buildup due to binding or clogging of the valves. MODEL 2050 SPECIAL FEATURES Fiberglass valves offer Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. 2000A and others FIBERGLASS SERIES 1200A. Retention of product vapors. These valves have a self draining housing body and drip rings to protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing. primarily on above ground storage tank installations. 1300A. 1300A. every valve is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. MODEL 1220A 1 Telfon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. reduces the possibility of atmospheric contamination. TX. The Fiberglass series design will protect the tank from damage created by overpressuring or excessive vacuum. Groth Corporation.

50%) Sodium Carbonate Sodium Hydroxide (5%. a Continental Disc company.) Perchloric Phosphoric Sulfuric (75%) SALTS: Alum Ammonium Chloride Calcium Chloride Ferric Chloride Magnesium Sulfate Sodium Chloride Sodium Chromate BLEACHING AGENTS: Calcium Chlorate Calcium Hypochlorite Chlorine Dioxide Chlorine Water Hydrogen Peroxide Potassium Permanganate Sodium Chlorate Sodium Hypochlorite BASES: Potassium Hydroxide Sodium Hydroxide * Ammonium Hydroxide * Ammonium Carbonate Potassium Carbonate * Sodium Carbonate * WATER: Demineralized Distilled OTHERS: Alcohols Alum Chlorohydroxide Glycerin Sulfonated Detergents Urea-Ammonium Nitrate Fertilizers ACIDS: Acetic Acrylic Chlorophenol Hydrochloric BASES: Aniline Diethylamine Potassium Carbonate SALTS: Alum Ammonium Bromide Calcium Chloride WATER: Demineralized SOLVENTS: Acetone Benzene Carbon Disulfide Carbon Tetrachloride Chlorobenzene Ethanol Ethyl Acetate Ethylene Dichloride OTHERS: Acrylonitrile Benzyl Chloride Cyclohexanone Formalin FIBERGLASS WITH FURAN RESIN RESISTANT Nitric (5%) Phosphoric Sulfonic Sulfuric (25%. TX. Consult a chemical resistance guide or handbook for additional material compatability information. 161 Groth Corporation. Stafford. For Flow Data see corresponding Model Brochure. Dimensional drawings on request. Chemical resistance information provided by Dow Chemical (Vinyl Ester Resin) and Qua Corr (Furan). USA .CORROSION RESISTANCE FIBERGLASS WITH VINYL ESTER RESIN #411 RESISTANT ACIDS: Acetic Acrylic Boric Chromic (20%) Formic Hydrochloric Hydrofluoric * Nitric (All Conc. 50%) Ferric Chloride Magnesium Sulfate Sodium Chromate Distilled Methanol Methyl Ethyl Ketone Methyl Isobutyl Ketone Perchloroethylene Toluene Trichloroethylene Xylene Pulp Mill Liquors Styrene Toluene Diisocyanate NON RESISTANT NON RESISTANT Solvents Oleum Phenol Bromine Furfural Bleaching Agents Free Halogens Peroxides * Synthetic Veil should be used in inner layer.

Available on model numbers 1200A. Valve covers can be easily removed for convenient inspection and maintenance. every Steam Jacketed Valve is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. They afford protection against valve clogging. 1220A. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Stafford. 2300A. Steam heated valves are suitable for steam circulation up to 100 PSIG saturated. 1260A. 2000A. GROTH. TX. SPECIAL FEATURES Steam Jacketed Valves are built of corrosion resistant materials throughout. and 2400A. a Continental Disc company. Groth Corporation. Uniform heating of the housing and valves assures the valve will remain in operating condition. 1360A.PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Steam Jacketed Valves ■ ■ ■ Prevents freezing and product buildup Designed for easy maintenance Available for most models (consult factory) STEAM JACKETED VALVES Steam Jacketed Valves are designed for use on tanks containing liquids whose vapors may crystallize at normal temperature. 1300A. USA 170 .

include steam pressure / temperature. setting and steam pressure when ordering. * Stainless steel guides. TX. a Continental Disc company. USA . When ordering steam jacket. O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton M = Metal-to-Metal Z = Special 5 5 T J 0 NOTES EXAMPLE 1 1 2 0 0 A 0 2 ®1 5 Indicates a 2" Model 1200 with 316 SS Body. 171 Groth Corporation. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS For Model Number. Seat Diaphragm. see corresponding brochure… 02" Thru 12" Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 SS Z = Special Include model number. Seat and Pallet.HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. For special options. Stafford. and stems are standard with carbon steel bodies. consult factory. Steam Jacketed and no other options. Teflon Telfon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.

7628 Flame Arrester • 7622 Flame Check • Steam Jacketed Flame Arresters • 7658A Detonation Arrester • 8400A Pressure Relief and Flame Trap Assembly • Flame Trap Assembly • Back Pressure Check Valve • .SECTION 2 FLAME ARRESTERS 7618.

TX. jack screws aid in the removal from the shell assembly. crimped ribbon constructed flame elements. Section 2:200-263. MODEL 7628 Note: All Groth Flame Arresters are Bi-directional. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. June. Factory Mutual approved elements have been reported.qxd. Additionally. Factory Mutual regulates that Flame arresters be installed less than 10 pipe diameters from the source of ignition.FLAME ARRESTERS Models 7618 / 7628 ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 60” Available in carbon steel.5m Groth Corporation. GROTH. MODEL 7628 (HORIZONTAL) MODEL 7618 SPECIAL FEATURES Both models are built of corrosion resistant materials throughout. to provide the best flame quenching performance for the least pressure drop. Wafer design construction affords easy accessibility to the flame bank. Groth’s special recessed flame bank seating construction uniquely provides an extra measure of protection against leakage and possible flame propagation. These proven. every Flame Arrester is factory inspected and tested to meet all critical requirements and special needs. stainless steel aluminum (type 356) and other materials Wafer design for quick and easy maintenance Unique recessed seating for superior protection Factory Mutual approval for most sizes and materials Proven spiral wound. by NTIS of the Dept. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. a Continental Disc company. 2002. crimped ribbon flame element ■ ■ ■ ■ MODEL 7618 (VERTICAL) FLAME ARRESTER Both models are designed to inhibit flame propagation in gas piping systems and to protect low pressure tanks containing flammable liquids. of Commerce. USA 200 . Arresters protect low flash point liquids from externally caused sources of heat and ignition. Stafford. All Groth flame arrester flame banks utilize spiral wound. 2. This provides increased fire protection and safety.

N.SPECIFICATIONS A AA B BB Specifications subject to change without notice. When ordering steam jacket. F. Stafford. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. †150# A. a Continental Disc company. Size*† A Width (mm) B Height (mm) AA Length (mm) BB Height (mm) MAWP 7618 Aluminum (mm) MAWP 7618 Carbon or SS (mm) MAWP 7628 Aluminum (mm) MAWP 7628 Carbon or SS (mm) Approx.S. EXAMPLE 7 6 2 8 0 2 1 5 F 0 0 Indicates a 2" Model 7628 with Aluminum Body. For special options.F. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. USA . include steam pressure/temperature. 201 Groth Corporation. drilling compatibility. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 7618 Vertical 7628 Horizontal 02" Thru 60" Flame element winding Body Material 1 3 5 Z = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Special O Z O J F W = = = = = = NOTES No Options Special Options No Jacket Steam Jacket Flanged outlet (in-line design) Weatherhood (replaces flanged outlet) Include model number when ordering. on aluminum and R. Ship. Pneumatic tested to 15 PSI as standard.I.F. Wt. TX. (Aluminum) 2” (51 mm) 8 3/4 ” (221) 14” (356) 13 3/4 ” (349) 9 1/2 ” (241) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 150 PSIG (1035 kPa) 350 PSIG (2415 kPa) 18 (8kg) 3” (76 mm) 9 1/2 ” (241) 16” (406) 15 3/4 ” (400) 11” (279) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 140 PSIG (966 kPa) 325 PSIG (2242 kPa) 25 (11 kg) 4” (102 mm) 11 1/2 ” (292) 18 1/4 ” (464) 18” (457) 12 1/2 ” (318) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 140 PSIG (966 kPa) 325 PSIG (2242 kPa) 40 (18 kg) 6” (152 mm) 16 1/2 ” (419) 21” (533) 21” (533) 16 1/2 ” (419) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 140 PSIG (966 kPa) 325 PSIG (2242 kPa) 70 (32 kg) 8” (203 mm) 21” (533) 25” (635) 25” (635) 20 1/2 ” (521) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 90 PSIG (621 kPa) 200 PSIG (1380 kPa) 135 (61 kg) 10” (254 mm) 24 3/4 ” (629) 30” (762) 30” (762) 24 1/2 ” (622) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 75 PSIG (517 kPa) 150 PSIG (1035 kPa) 235 (107 kg) 12” (305 mm) 28 5/8 ” (727) 32 1/2 ” (826) 32 1/2 ” (826) 28 1/2 ” (724) 50 PSIG (345 kPa) 100 PSIG (690 kPa) 75 PSIG (517 kPa) 150 PSIG (1035 kPa) 345 (156 kg) * Larger sizes available on special application. Lbs. Certified dimensions available upon request. consult factory. 316 SS Flame Element Winding. Flanged Outlet and no other options.

1 14. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.0 52.5 69.5 4.4 31.9 66.0 14.FLAME ARRESTERS Model 7618 / 7628 Flow Capacity End of Line Tank Pressure In W.5 22.1 9. Groth Corporation.7 13.2 17.89 4. a Continental Disc company.6 27.6 21.1 18.C.2 32.1 37. USA 202 .8 4” 8.25 9. exit loss.5 25.9 8.7 2.4 35.1 127 164 197 251 297 338 375 409 441 470 499 525 551 576 599 622 1.8 6.03 10.8 102 110 118 125 131 138 144 150 155 8” 34.C.05 8.1000 Standard Cubic feet per Hour 3” 5.8 114 136 174 206 235 260 284 306 327 346 365 383 400 416 432 12” 79.2 1.0 16.0 111 132 150 166 182 196 209 222 234 245 256 267 277 10” 54.8 16.9 72.4 12.0 13.5 49.7 87.8 18.9 15.66 10.5 63.4 58.3 3.6 17. Air Flow 1000 STD cubic feet per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Pressure . Stafford. and internal losses.57 8.98 14.2 23.6 12.0 28.1 41.9 37.0 6” 20.4 15.6 1. Flow data are for tank mounting or end of line and includes flame arrester entrance loss.4 18.9 12.7 45.4 38. 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 oz/sq in 0.1 74. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.7 87.6 5.3 2” 2.0 33. TX.3 18.1 32.2 10.2 55. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independant research organization.5 84.6 41.8 34.4 11.5 49.inches W.9 19. 4.5 29.7 55.40 5. 2. 3.1 63.9 15.58 6.6 Air Flow .7 93.3 61.

3 10.15 3.49 3.07 4.88 0.06 2.93 5.80 14. a Continental Disc company.25 9. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.98 1.66 5.9 15.27 0.24 4.88 1.5 13.9 59 64 69 74 2” 0.62 0. Stafford.84 10” 1.57 0.5 29.2 44.29 1.40 1.FLAME ARRESTERS Model 7618 / 7628 Flow Capacity End of Line Tank Pressure mm H2O 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 mb 2.90 3.73 1.53 3.84 6.52 0.12 0.95 6” 0.55 2.66 2. 2.60 0.6 16.72 3.14 0.40 8” 0.40 2.3 14.92 6.55 7.65 1.57 7.24 3.35 0.7 19.23 0.3 11.6 1.28 6.55 Air Flow .1 14.40 0.37 8.73 4. TX.49 0.08 0.10 4” 0.12 3.83 0.06 1.23 0.34 0. 3.37 0. and internal losses.58 2.2 12” 2.94 7.86 4.59 4.66 0. Air Flow 1000 cubic meters per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Pressure .42 9.04 8.39 1.81 1.3 39.67 9.3 17.6 24.45 4.57 10.18 1.0 53.16 0.15 5.45 0.8 11.53 0. USA .25 7.35 9.02 1. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independant research organization.72 0.18 1.48 1.11 2.78 0.0 17.31 0.25 4.79 0.53 0.93 0.33 3.42 0.23 3.46 3.51 0.19 0.4 34.57 1.29 0.1000 Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 3” 0.11 8.07 1. Flow data are for tank mounting or end of line and includes flame arrester entrance loss.millimeters H2O 203 Groth Corporation.8 12. exit loss.6 11.79 2.72 5. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.40 0.55 5.64 7.90 4.94 1.81 10.91 1.25 0.90 7. 4.47 0.1 49.6 12.62 6.97 1.45 0.

1 93.3 23.2 1.0 89.9 19.3 64.8 15.6 40.8 64.6 36. Flow data are for in-line mounting and does not include entrance losses or exit losses. 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 oz/sq in 0.5 59.6 12.4 39.58 9.1 4” 9.9 8.C.5 48.3 2” 3.27 6.6 48.6 17.8 22.4 109 146 178 234 282 324 363 398 431 463 480 502 524 545 566 586 12” 91.8 46. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.2 69.7 2. 12” 10” 8” Air Flow 1000 STD cubic feet per hour 6” 4” 3” 2” Pressure Drop .7 69.1 13.0 16.9 79.8 6.inches W. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.3 22.8 150 180 207 232 255 277 297 306 320 335 348 362 374 10” 63.5 30.1 9.2 35.3 16.8 84.2 10.0 53.3 3.4 50.7 82. 4.3 73.5 101 116 130 142 154 165 176 186 190 198 205 212 8” 40.9 15.FLAME ARRESTERS Model 7628 / 7618 Flow Capacity In-Line Pressure Drop In W.1 20.0 23.5 42. Groth Corporation.8 44. TX.8 157 211 257 337 405 466 522 573 620 665 701 723 756 786 816 845 1.3 24.4 27.79 8.32 5. 3. 2.92 16.1000 Standard Cubic feet per Hour 3” 5. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independant research organization.8 54.7 33.1 6” 23. USA 204 .6 1.4 11.2 21.3 20. Stafford.3 12.C.44 12.9 86.5 4.6 15.2 Air Flow .0 113.0 41.3 25. a Continental Disc company.5 43.9 27.7 77.2 17.08 10.7 13.6 5.

01 8” 1.18 10.48 0.67 1.54 0. 4.5 13.2 13.29 9. TX.08 9.55 11. USA .41 8.45 4.96 2.87 0.80 14.9 1.22 4.51 0.60 0.23 0.39 2.51 1.68 4.97 5.69 1.29 3.2 44.09 2.2 10.48 9.44 2.1000 Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 3” 0.28 0.2 17. 3. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.68 4.2 14.78 0.63 7.1 49.47 0.83 1.39 0.37 1.84 2.27 1.24 1.4 22.43 0. a Continental Disc company.6 14.87 3.24 5.36 0.09 0.17 1.15 0.54 1.1 13.9 59 64 69 74 2” 0.32 1.87 10.95 1.63 0.millimeters H2O 205 Groth Corporation.38 1.66 0.13 5.21 1.4 34.45 5.97 7.98 9.69 0. Air Flow 1000 cubic meters per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Pressure Drop .FLAME ARRESTERS Model 7628 / 7618 Flow Capacity In-Line Pressure Drop mm H2O 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 mb 2.77 1. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independant research organization.8 16.58 7.9 20.90 7.08 4.42 4” 0.04 4.05 6.6 10” 1.27 0.60 4.34 0.3 39.35 2.00 1.26 2.03 1.3 11. 2.68 0.63 3.13 1.80 3.57 0.37 4.0 53.71 Air Flow .8 15.63 0. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.16 0.19 0.23 7.21 2.5 21.81 6.5 29.29 0.7 19.10 1. Flow data are for in-line mounting and does not include entrance losses or exit losses.1 23.60 5.43 0.35 9.6 18.38 5.14 1.26 5.3 23.96 2.66 9.6 12” 2.6 24.8 19.5 16.3 12.84 8.57 0.88 6.0 16.52 6” 0.2 14.10 5. Stafford.

USA 210 . TX.FLAME CHECKS Model 7622 ■ ■ Sizes 1/2” through 1-1/2” Available with carbon and stainless steel housing and stainless steel element (perforated plate construction Designed for easy maintenance ■ FLAME CHECKS Model 7622 is designed to prevent flashback in small lines carrying flammable gases. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products every Model 7622 is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. MODEL 7622 SPECIAL FEATURES The Model 7622 flame element consists of perforated plates with sufficient openings to provide a minimum pressure drop and still prevent flash back in the line. The Flame Checks are union type fittings with FNPT connections. a Continental Disc company. The construction permits easy access for inspection and maintenance. They are often used in small pilot lines and are intended for use where the gas flow can be shut off. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. Stafford. Groth Corporation. GROTH.

Size (FNPT) ”* (13 mm) 3/4 ” (19 mm) 1/2 A Width (mm) 1 7/8 ” (48) 1 7/8 ” (48) 2 1/8 ” (54) 2 1/2 ” (64) 3/4 B Height (mm) 2. 316 SS Flame Element. FNPT connections and no options. 1 (. Stafford. * Standard Material 304 SS EXAMPLE 7 6 2 2 0 1 3 5 N 0 0 Indicates a 1" Model 7622 with Carbon Steel.8 kg) 1” (25 mm) 1 1/2 ” (38 mm) * 1/2 ” size utilizes a 3/4 ” flame check with ” x 1/2 ” reducers. Certified dimensions available upon request.4 kg) 4 (1.84” (47) 2. consult factory. a Continental Disc company.34” (59) 2.59” (66) Approximate Shipping Weight Lbs.SPECIFICATIONS A B Specifications subject to change without notice. Note: Maximum working pressure 25 PSIG HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.5 kg) 1 (.77” (70) 1. For special options. 211 Groth Corporation. USA .5 kg) 3 (1. TX. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 7622 * Flame element 1/2 " Thru O = No Options Z = Special Options Body Material 3 4 5 Z = = = = Carbon Steel 304 SS (Flame element only) 316 SS Special N = FNPT threaded connections 1 1/2 " NOTES Include model number when ordering.

USA 212 .5 4.FLAME ARRESTERS Model 7622 Flow Capacity Pressure Drop In W.0 16.inches W.C. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.4 11.7 2. Air Flow STD cubic feet per hour 1 1/2 ” 1” 1/2 ” 3/4 ” Tank Pressure .9 8.3 1 Air Flow .2 17. 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 oz/sq in 0.6 12. TX.9 15. a Continental Disc company.Standard Cubic feet per Hour /2 & 3/4 ” 145 206 252 291 356 411 460 503 544 581 616 649 681 711 740 768 795 1” 236 334 409 472 578 668 746 817 883 944 1001 1055 1106 1155 1202 1247 1290 11/2” 555 785 962 1110 1360 1570 1755 1922 2075 2218 2353 2479 2600 2715 2825 2932 3034 1.7 13. 3.8 6. Stafford.1 9.2 1. Groth Corporation.2 10.3 3.C. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independant research organization. 2.6 1.6 5.

6 24.1 29.1 49.8 26.64 9.7 73.3 39.0 20.5 28.4 82.3 54.6 22.5 13. TX.3 18.35 9.8 21. 1 1/2 ” Air Flow Cubic meters per hour at 0°C 1” 1/2 ” 3/4 ” Tank Pressure .1 76.1 49.39 11.78 7.6 31.0 31.0 11.millimeters H20 213 Groth Corporation.80 14.4 85.3 16.3 18.8 21.5 29.90 7. 2.0 24. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.3 17.3 62.09 5.17 10. Stafford. USA .3 79.2 44.6 12. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.3 16.0 53.2 38.5 33.8 35. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independant research organization.0 23.6 22.3 19.3 11/2” 15.3 1” 6.2 44.1 15.9 59 64 69 74 1 Air Flow-Cubic meters per Hour at 0°C /2 & 3/4 ” 4.1 32.3 1.1 20.45 4.9 14.7 19.FLAME ARRESTERS Model 7622 Flow Capacity Pressure Drop mm H20 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 mb 2. 3.1 69.0 36.1 27.3 66.08 8.4 34.0 58. a Continental Disc company.

Steam Jacketing protects the flame arrester bank element from clogging. Stafford. USA 220 .FLAME ARRESTERS Steam Jacketed ■ Prevents freezing and product buildup STEAM JACKETED FLAME ARRESTERS Steam Jacketed Flame Arresters are designed for use on tanks containing liquids whose vapors may crystallize at normal temperatures. Jacketed flame arresters are suitable for saturated steam up to 100 PSIG. every Steam Jacketed Flame Arrester is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. SPECIAL FEATURES Steam Jacketed Flame Arresters are built of corrosion resistant materials throughout. TX. a Continental Disc company. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. GROTH. MODEL 7618 Groth Corporation.

221 Groth Corporation. For special options. Size*† Flange A Width (Metric) B Height (Metric) Approx. on aluminum and R.F.F.N. Steam Jacket and no other options. USA . F.S. Wt. When ordering steam jacket. 316 SS Flame Element Winding. †150# A. include steam pressure/temperature. drilled compatibility. Lbs. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 7618 02" Thru 60" Flame element winding Body Material 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 SS Z = Special NOTES O Z O J F W = = = = = = Include model number when ordering. 2” (51 mm) 12 5/8 ” (321) 13 3/4 ” (349) 22 (10 kg) 3” (76 mm) 12 5/8 ” (321) 15 3/4 ” (400) 31 (14 kg) 4” (102 mm) 14 5/8 ” (372) 18” (457) 50 (23 kg) 6” (152 mm) 17 7/8 ” (454) 21” (533) 88 (40 kg) 8” (203 mm) 25 7/8 ” (657) 25” (635) 170 (77 kg) 10” (254 mm) 29 7/8 ” (759) 30” (762) 290 (132 kg) 12” (305 mm) 31 7/8 ” (810) 32 1/2 ” (826) 430 (195 kg) * Larger sizes available on special application. Certified dimensions available upon request. consult factory.SPECIFICATIONS A B Specifications subject to change without notice.I. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. TX. No Options Special Options No Jacket Steam Jacket Flanged outlet (in-line design) Weatherhood (replaces flanged outlet) EXAMPLE 7 6 1 8 0 2 3 5 F J 0 Indicates a 2" Model 7618 with Carbon Steel Body. Ship. a Continental Disc company. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. Stafford. Flanged Outlet.

IMO & CSA ■ Multiple Flow Selections per pipe size ■ In-line Maintenance Available .DETONATION FLAME ARRESTER Model 7658A Pre-ignition Ignition Confined Deflagration Detonation Arrested Pressure Wave Video Sequence of Detonation ■ USCG Approved ■ Successfully Tested to Procedures Approved by USCG.

Low pressure drop with multiple element sizes available for each flange size. Burn Test FEATURES • • • • • • • Sizes 2” through 24” (2” through 12” USCG approved).88 1086 32” 39.50 699 32.19 437 6” 20.00 813 36.43 570 12” 25. Bi-directional flame arresting. Special and exotic materials available. 316 SS element is standard. an arrester can be sized to provide your required flow capacity at minimum cost. system pressure and temperature. Easy cleaning. Stafford. Testing to customer specifications available. All units with ANSI 150 RF flanges standard (other flange drillings available).00 1067 42” 50.00 1219 53.63 753 20” 32. To verify the function and reliability of these arresters. Groth has installed a state of the art facility. Large inspection and cleaning ports. capable of performing tests under any condition of vapor medium.00 483 23.INTRODUCTION GROTH CORPORATION HAS PROVIDED THE MOST RELIABLE FIRE PREVENTION EQUIPMENT SINCE 1971.50 927 38.75 1060 46. The Groth Model 7658A has been successfully tested to USCG and IMO standards for detonation flame arresters. By utilizing multiple flame element diameters for each pipe size.00 1270 48” 56. Groth can provide additional testing under your specific operating conditions. USA . New and innovative solutions are constantly being developed at Groth Corporation. Vertical or horizontal installation.50 343 19.00 1346 59. SPECIFICATIONS Specifications subject to change without notice.94 659 16” 29. Weight (lbs) (kg) 75 34 100 45 175 79 350 159 550 249 850 386 1200 544 1600 726 1900 862 2200 998 2900 1315 4100 1860 5300 2404 * Larger sizes available on special application. a Continental Disc company.25 997 36” 42. TX.31 516 8” 22.00 1422 “B” Diameter (in) (mm) 9.75 908 30” 42.50 597 27.00 229 11. Housing Size “A” Length (in) (mm) 5” 17. Swing bolts for fast element removal. 231 Groth Corporation. Options • • • • • In-line cleaning. Groth will continue to provide the best available pressure/vacuum relief and fire prevention equipment for your liquid storage and vapor handling facilities. Standard materials of construction are carbon steel or stainless steel.75 984 28” 35.43 824 24” 38. Groth Corporation has developed a complete line of deflagration and detonation flame arresters. Certified dimensions available upon request.75 984 41. As the industry leader in supplying fire protection equipment for liquid storage and the handling of flammable vapors.00 279 13. ignition and flame propagation characteristics and test specifications.50 1511 Est.

6 121 76.57 5.4 55.1 42.0 79.2 166 203 235 4.43 3.7 105 146 210 110 211 254 291 5.9 115 171 84.40 1.0 56.4 63.48 5.4 38.2 54.61 2.8 28.0 34.5 130 162 199 145 191 253 336 208 365 424 469 11.88 10.89 1.60 6.4 87.23 4.9 23.81 2.1 72.52 10.7 70.00 8.9 47.64 8.3 86.7 102 129 154 2.1 38.1 43.58 2.30 6.5 64.52 9.7 58.31 10.50 3.1 97.40 2.2 32.72 2.29 9.2 1 1.4 29.72 12.4 26.2 62.8 23.2 116 146 172 3.01 9.1 96. NOMINAL ELEMENT DIAMETER NOMINAL PIPE SIZE “A” “B” Diameter Section A-A “A” Groth Corporation.0 30.45 7.3 45.9 7.7 33.05 5.2 21.47 6 3.9 16.9 80.2 10.2 12.1 109 135 153 132 180 219 261 206 267 342 435 297 493 560 610 16.46 8.8 27. USA 232 .9 44.0 72.4 101 117 92.73 4.7 20.5 17.5 24.5 32.27 3.5 52.3 27.78 10 5.82 3.2 13.6 49.0 27.6 22.3 94.4 22.35 9.6 60.63 6.70 4.2 41. a Continental Disc company.0 42.53 10.60 6.5 80.2 51.39 3.46 2.5 39.5 48.1 34.61 5.2 60.14 4.1 40.3 63.7 29.27 8.0 18.5 18.9 60.4 71.4 17.9 25.11 3.3 89.9 28.08 2.9 14.9 14.2 14.31 4 2.1 38.4 73.2 24.9 17.43 9.8 119 136 113 156 192 231 176 230 299 388 253 431 495 543 13.0 34.72 13.2 28.49 13.7 55.5 24.9 24 11.50 2.2 18.9 18.0 15.9 37. TX.2 29.3 23.92 1.52 3.1 25.81 7.8 126 57.0 19.5 42.95 6.08 1.7 43.11 10.2 17.2 50.91 3.0 34.6 20.16 2 1.3 62.1 70.8 82.32 1.6 20 9.57 6.3 6.4 26.93 12 6.4 102 130 163 112 150 203 278 161 292 345 386 9.1 15.5 12.7 38.7 122 149 167 149 201 243 286 233 299 379 476 335 546 616 668 Note: Contact factory for flow on other sizes.3 33.0 13.57 4.9 71.2 10.46 4.5 80.7 74.2 14.6 44.6 97.4 128 175 246 136 253 301 340 6.12 10.62 8 4.3 19.7 93.3 83.37 8.63 2.5 27.11 5.63 0.02 9.7 12.9 39.6 20.8 1.8 58.4 40.1 71.9 114 137 2 3.48 0.3 39.3 17.1 52.4 32.52 8.1 17.79 3.73 3 1.85 8.4 37.72 1.6 15.7 17.66 11.6 71.9 54.4 53.8 74.1 13.1 37.1 33.1 32.1 15.7 9.3 15.5 85.1 21.9 19.55 12.8 25.54 5.3 24.34 11.4 21.36 13.7 32.1 61.6 11.24 16 8.0 18.0 15.6 47.1 14.1 21.0 30.5 24.9 21.82 2.24 1.FLOW CAPACITY Air Flow Capacity 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F Pressure Drop [OSI] Pressure Drop [In WC] 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 5 6 8 6 8 10 12 8 10 12 16 12 16 20 24 16 20 24 30 20 24 30 42 24 36 42 48 0.25 7.9 30.73 1. Stafford.8 18.67 6.8 6.90 11.23 4.7 10.8 37.84 4.60 6.2 112 143 94.8 37.4 101 43.07 6.3 12.3 25.4 1.99 15.3 21.0 113 49.81 4.1 12.7 67.8 34.7 29.0 53.9 40.58 1 0.1 60.9 19.6 34.

6 77.3 38.2 143 205 264 150 226 310 469 337 571 821 1055 599 906 1238 1726 935 1314 1935 3107 1347 2786 3530 4220 102 10 69.8 57. USA Section 2:7658 Brch. 7 6 5 8 F = 150# R.5 8 56. 316 SS Flame Element.0 117 163 262 171 296 441 590 304 467 653 950 475 675 1020 1759 684 1468 1914 2360 61. include steam pressure/temperature. a Continental Disc company.F.0 35.1 59.8 94.qxd.5 79. 233 Groth Corporation. TX. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.7 74.7 4 29.0 141 86.8 21.1 6 43.6 109 159 208 113 172 238 370 254 436 637 833 452 689 953 1354 707 999 1488 2467 1018 2143 2751 3333 81.4 117 84. ANSI Flanged Outlet and no other options.1 151 230 317 153 237 336 505 239 342 525 955 344 756 1005 1268 40.5 140 104 175 249 315 186 279 378 560 418 702 996 1260 743 1116 1512 2072 1161 1623 2362 3695 1671 3401 4262 5039 153 15 101 134 191 154 253 349 430 274 405 537 764 616 1012 1396 1718 1095 1620 2150 2854 1710 2363 3359 5003 2463 4837 5931 6873 204 20 131 171 236 202 326 439 530 359 524 684 943 807 1302 1757 2121 1435 2096 2736 3548 2243 3067 4276 6146 3229 6157 7428 8486 255 25 159 205 276 248 394 522 621 441 637 820 1105 993 1576 2089 2486 1766 2548 3282 4178 2759 3738 5128 7176 3972 7384 8796 9943 306 30 186 237 313 293 459 599 705 522 745 948 1254 1174 1836 2398 2820 2086 2979 3794 4760 3260 4381 5928 8119 4695 8536 10064 11282 356 35 407 40 509 50 284 350 440 463 692 868 991 822 1136 1400 1762 1851 2768 3472 3964 3290 4544 5599 6756 5141 6728 8748 11331 7402 12597 14450 15855 611 60 328 400 495 542 797 985 1114 963 1313 1599 1980 2166 3186 3940 4456 3851 5251 6395 7619 6017 7795 9993 12710 8665 14390 16355 17824 713 70 370 446 546 617 895 1094 1228 1097 1480 1785 2183 2469 3579 4377 4911 4390 5920 7140 8419 6859 8807 11157 13984 9877 16066 18125 19646 212 237 267 296 348 380 337 380 521 580 672 740 783 856 600 676 848 947 1069 1184 1392 1522 1349 1520 2083 2321 2688 2962 3132 3424 2399 2703 3392 3790 4278 4738 5302 5813 3748 4223 4999 5594 6684 7403 8996 9817 5397 6082 9625 10660 11252 12372 12528 13697 Note: Contact factory for flow on other sizes.1 110 148 76. See flow table for available sizes.6 63.4 2 14.5 92.3 84.2 21.FLOW CAPACITY METRIC Air Flow Capacity Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C Pressure Drop [mm WC] Pressure Drop [mbar] 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 6 6 6 6 8 8 8 8 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 12 5 6 8 6 8 10 12 8 10 12 16 12 16 20 24 16 20 24 30 20 24 30 42 24 36 42 48 20. select proper model numbers MODEL # x O S I J P R Z = = = = = = = No Special Options Swing Bolts Instrument Connections* Steam Jacket Inspection Ports* In-line Cleaning Special Options NOMINAL ELEMENT DIAMETER NOMINAL PIPE SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 7658A Flange Sizes 02 = 2” THRU 24 = 24” Element Sizes 05 = 5” THRU 48 = 48” Flame element winding 5 = 316 SS Z = Special Body Material 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 SS Z = Special NOTES Include model number when ordering.6 42. consult factory.5 37. ANSI Flange D = DIN PN16 Flange Z = Special Flange Drilling * Customer specified size EXAMPLE A 0 3 x 0 6 3 5 F 0 Indicates a 3” Model 7658A with Carbon Steel body. When ordering steam jacket. PDF . 2006. For special options. Stafford.2 40.8 65.3 59. April.

MODEL 8400A GROTH FLAME ARRESTER Model 7628 flame arrester is attached to Model 8860 Back Pressure Regulator with the thermal shut-off control valve. a Continental Disc company. crimped ribbon. It provides a tight shut-off and maintains pressure at approximately 20% over the predetermined set pressure. A fusible element that is rated at 260°F precludes valve shut-off unless contacted by flame. flame element was reported by NTIS of the Dept. The visual indicator provides operator with easy adjustments. to 24" W. It will maintain a predetermined back pressure in order that only surplus gas is flared and inhibits a possible flame flashback of the flare into the combustible fuel control system. carbon steel and stainless steel.C. every Model 8400A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Groth is ISO 9001 Certified to insure reliable quality. Groth Corporation. The unit is corrosion resistant throughout and quick and easy to open and maintain.PRESSURE RELIEF AND FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY Model 8400A ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2" through 12" Unit designed for quick and easy maintenance Single port regulator for tight shut-off Aluminum (type 356). GROTH. TX. This assembly is usually placed just upstream from a flare or burner. Factory Mutual approved flame arrester GROTH REGULATOR The regulator part of the assembly is a back pressure regulator to maintain upstream pressure over a range of 2" W. USA 240 . Stafford. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. of Commerce to provide the best flame quenching performance for the least pressure drop. SPECIAL FEATURES This unit accomplishes two purposes.C. Standard operating range is 2" to 12" of water and special springs are available when higher pressures are required. See Model 7628 information in this catalog. The proven spiral wound.

2 mm) 31.50” (521) 29.31” (795) 26” (660) 20.63” (1413) 645 (293 KG) 12” (305 mm) 67. Model No.50” (851) 26.50” (673) 36.50” (673) 47. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL Flame Element 8400A 02" THRU 12" Pallet Material Body Material 1 = Aluminum 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 SS Z = Special 8 4 0 0 A 0 4 1 5 5 B O OPTIONS Z = Special Options O = No Specials Diaphragm Material B = Buna-N Z = Special NOTES 241 For special options. Groth Corporation.06” (662) 100 (45 KG) 4” (101.50” (1232) 25.50” (521) 22. on aluminum and R.S. 2” (50.94” (1218) 300 (136 KG) 10” (254 mm) 55.81” (1062) 32.63” (1413) 48.SPECIFICATIONS A B D Specifications subject to change without notice.75” (1289) 25.06” (916) 200 (91 KG) 8” (203.50” (521) 26.2 mm) 50. Ship.50” (648) 67. a Continental Disc company.F.6 mm) 34. (Aluminum) 8400A 8400A 8400A 8400A 8400A 8400A 8400A * 150# A.06” (1272) 33. USA .25” (870) 27” (686) 20. compatibility.50” (648) 55. consult factory. EXAMPLE Indicates a 4" Model 8400A with aluminum body.69” (729) 25” (635) 20.25” (819) 26. Size* A Length (Metric) B Height (Metric) C Width (Metric) D Face to Face (Metric) Approx. Stafford.I. Buna-N diaphragm.38” (1711) 50. Wt.38” (1711) 795 (362 KG) F. Lbs.8 mm) 28. TX. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.F. Certified dimensions available upon request.81” (579) 80 (36 KG) 3” (76.4 mm) 41.69” (754) 150 (68 KG) 6” (152. 316SS pallet and flame element.N.

29 20.6 46.2 150 27.00 8.4 14.9 22.3 12.1 15.0 25.0 9. USA .75 1.94 15.0 20.75 1.16 13.5 91.93 3.1 62.0 56.75 8.5 56.6 20.5 7.48 8.7 22.2 84.0 2” 0.00 1.5 11.29 1.3 80.4 69.50 2.03 5.8 73.50 0.97 6.0 44.36 16.78 3.1 65.8 14.1 25.44 3.02 6.0 87.23 6.8 124 194 32.0 2” 0.1 96.4 20.28 6.6 32.2 6.66 5. a Continental Disc company.1 9.4 139 218 37.5 126 22.4 109 194 303 12” 26.7 SG Digester Gas 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 2.5 7.00 8.0 30.26 6.2 38.0 55.2 58.8 131 205 36.0 65.58 9.5 100 126 148 168 185 217 244 269 292 314 334 353 396 436 242 Groth Corporation.25 7.9 74.2 157 245 44.5 37.0 99.7 31.7 55.00 6.0 29.90 4.62 0.7 83.96 2.5 15.75 8.24 2.1 3” 1.3 129 24.8 142 25.32 2.11 4.15 11.29 7.6 41.1 61.8 24.46 4.3 82.5 58.76 9.2 61.3 16.26 10.8 103 18.9 108 20.4 148 232 39.0 18.7 6.2 162 253 12” 22.4 46.0 130 203 34.0 31.14 5.2 13.5 3.1 11.00 5.7 11.1 83.46 4.21 10.3 97.15 6.6 20.0 18.67 2.9 18.00 6.12 8.1 176 275 48.2 88.74 1.00 3.5 4.1 15.0 109 170 29.4 18.4 66.42 5.3 120 187 32.1 3” 1.50 0.84 2.1 109 170 29.9 24.2 Flow Capacity of 0.0 20.0 16.0 10.20 9.8 5.9 67.67 3.00 4.0 10.3 100 156 27.6 117 182 31.4 70. TX.00 1.0 25.4 17.75 10.8 Air Flow Capacity 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 2.85 17.7 51.0 69.8 78.25 0.90 3.15 13.0 30.8 18.6 35.78 7.88 9.1 90.19 1.5 73.3 16.8 27.8 46.1 45.9 73.39 21.00 3.27 9.4 55.FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY Model 8400A Pressure In WC 0.6 13.3 35.50 4.3 19.71 9.1 37.5 16.54 1.0 12.8 31.4 17.54 1.69 11.48 5.7 42.35 2. Stafford.0 12.0 14.40 2.6 29.1 86.59 7.25 0.0 24.92 15.1 54.4 49.00 5.9 147 230 40.50 2.7 26.67 11.99 1.9 37.6 38.9 24.80 11.4 46.00 4.6 38.0 14.97 8.7 19.6 105 124 140 155 181 204 225 244 262 279 295 332 365 Pressure In WC 0.0 16.5 116 20.79 7.7 68.0 12.30 5.67 6.9 82.

6 72.0 105 119 149 174 196 216 234 252 268 283 311 337 362 3” 40. TX.7 SG Digester Gas 2” 18. Stafford.7 99.2 55.9 66.5 87.2 38.2 70.9 137 243 380 98.FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY Model 8400A Pressure mm WC 5 10 15 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 2” 15.3 89.7 32.5 38.4 124 145 164 181 196 210 224 237 260 282 303 3” 34.2 24.7 58.8 74.0 132 168 197 224 280 327 369 406 441 474 504 533 586 635 681 Air Flow Capacity Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 60.5 46.8 164 291 455 118 266 472 738 154 347 616 963 185 416 739 1155 281 633 1125 1758 356 801 1424 2225 419 943 1677 2621 475 1069 1901 2970 594 1337 2377 3714 695 1563 2779 4342 783 1763 3134 4897 864 1943 3455 5398 937 2109 3750 5859 1006 2264 4025 6289 1071 2409 4283 6692 1132 2546 4527 7074 1245 2802 4981 7783 1350 3037 5399 8436 1447 3256 5788 9044 12” 655 1063 1387 1663 2532 3204 3774 4276 5348 6253 7051 7773 8437 9056 9636 10186 11208 12148 13023 Groth Corporation. a Continental Disc company.5 87.8 222 395 617 129 290 516 806 155 348 619 967 235 530 941 1471 298 670 1192 1862 351 789 1403 2193 398 894 1590 2485 497 1119 1989 3107 581 1308 2325 3633 656 1475 2622 4097 723 1626 2890 4516 784 1765 3137 4902 842 1894 3367 5261 896 2016 3583 5599 947 2131 3788 5918 1042 2344 4168 6512 1129 2541 4517 7058 1211 2724 4843 7567 12” 548 889 1160 1392 2118 2681 3157 3578 4475 5232 5900 6504 7059 7576 8062 8522 9377 10164 10896 Pressure mm WC 5 10 15 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 243 Flow Capacity of 0.7 104 158 200 236 267 334 391 441 486 527 566 602 637 701 759 814 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 72. USA .4 86.2 29.

carbon steel and stainless steel. Designed for quick and easy maintenance Factory Mutual approved flame arrester FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY This unit includes a Groth Model 7628 horizontal flame arrester and a Groth Model 8530 thermal operated shut-off valve. Groth is ISO 9001 Certified to insure reliable quality. MODEL 8500A SPECIAL FEATURES The unit may be installed in horizontal or vertical lines. Easy maintenance features are provided which enable the quick removal and cleaning of the Groth wafer type flame bank assembly. The valve includes a fusible element which melts at 260°F and provides shut-down within 15 seconds. Groth Corporation. TX. a Continental Disc company. Additionally. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. the fusible element is replaceable without disassembly of valve. This unit is generally installed in combustible vapor lines.FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY Model 8500A ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2" through 12" Aluminum (type 356). as close as possible to the source of combustion. They are also installed in a line to gas utilization equipment. GROTH. USA 250 . A pyrex sight glass is used to provide a view of the indicator rod showing valve position. Stafford. every Model 8500A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs.

N.06” (662) 11.50” (419) 150 (68 KG) 8” (203. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 8500A 02" THRU 12" 1 3 5 Z 8 5 0 0 A 0 Flame Element Body Material = = = = 2 Z = Special Options O = No Specials NOTES For special options.00” (279) 75 (34 KG) 4” (101.4 mm) 36. Stafford.SPECIFICATIONS A B Specifications subject to change without notice.94” (1218) 20.50” (318) 100 (45 KG) 6” (152.2 mm) 26.50” (241) 50 (23 KG) 3” (76. Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Special 1 1 O EXAMPLE Indicates a 2" Model 8500A with aluminum body. consult factory.S.50” (724) 715 (325 KG) F.6 mm) 29.69” (754) 12. on aluminum and R. Lbs.I.50” (521) 200 (91 KG) 10” (254 mm) 55.50” (622) 565 (257 KG) 12” (305 mm) 67. Model No. Size* A Length (Metric) B Height (Metric) Approx. a Continental Disc company. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. pallet and flame element and no specials. Ship Wt. Certified dimensions available upon request. TX.8 mm) 22. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. USA .81” (579) 9. 2” (50.06” (916) 16. (Aluminum) 8500A 8500A 8500A 8500A 8500A 8500A 8500A * 150# A.F.F. compatibility. 251 Groth Corporation.2 mm) 47.63” (1413) 24.38” (1711) 28.

8 124 194 32.1 176 275 48.21 10.4 139 218 37.6 46.26 6.1 15.0 18.0 29.29 20.48 5.67 6.9 18.0 31.4 69.16 13.23 6.97 8.6 20.7 11.58 9.2 58.00 6.0 25.00 3.4 66.27 9.99 1.5 37.50 2.94 15.3 16.8 5.5 7.75 8.8 18. USA .0 12.3 97.1 45.7 31.4 14.0 14.12 8.5 100 126 148 168 185 217 244 269 292 314 334 353 396 436 252 Groth Corporation.4 18.32 2.90 4.4 109 194 303 12” 26.0 130 203 34.0 56.4 46.8 103 18.6 35.02 6.50 2.2 88.0 44.6 13.96 2.28 6.2 61.2 38. TX.0 20.2 Flow Capacity of 0.2 13.0 9.5 126 22.62 0.1 96.7 26.71 9.9 147 230 40.11 4.0 30.3 80.7 55.8 Air Flow Capacity 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 2.00 1.4 20.00 5.2 157 245 44.9 24.4 55.50 0.3 100 156 27.26 10.1 25.9 37.7 6.9 22.4 148 232 39.FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY Model 8500A Pressure In WC 0.1 11.1 109 170 29.42 5.7 22.4 70.0 10.5 11.67 3.9 82.7 42.0 2” 0.00 4.44 3.15 6.9 74.0 99.85 17.00 6.9 24.8 131 205 36.93 3.8 27.46 4.3 19.8 142 25.46 4.00 3.5 15.3 12.75 10.6 32.00 8.0 12.5 91.2 84.5 73.5 56.7 51.0 18.5 7.1 3” 1.3 82.4 17.79 7.88 9.36 16.1 61.6 29.78 7.30 5.8 78.6 20.0 16.0 14.69 11.24 2.15 11.97 6.59 7.0 2” 0.8 73.29 1.75 1.1 62.66 5.48 8.5 116 20.1 3” 1.50 4.67 11.0 69.1 65.8 14.92 15.78 3.54 1.2 6.0 20.39 21.0 55.6 117 182 31.8 24.7 83.1 9.00 4.54 1.40 2.1 83.90 3.3 120 187 32.4 17.2 150 27.0 12.6 105 124 140 155 181 204 225 244 262 279 295 332 365 Pressure In WC 0.1 86. Stafford.0 10.5 16.75 8.1 54.6 38.7 19.25 0.20 9.5 4.9 73.9 67.0 16.75 1.35 2.50 0.29 7.4 46. a Continental Disc company.1 37.0 30.00 8.3 16.6 41.7 SG Digester Gas 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 2.0 65.0 25.5 3.0 109 170 29.8 46.3 129 24.8 31.00 5.80 11.03 5.3 35.25 0.7 68.14 5.67 2.4 49.19 1.84 2.25 7.6 38.2 162 253 12” 22.00 1.15 13.0 87.74 1.1 15.1 90.76 9.5 58.0 24.9 108 20.

7 104 158 200 236 267 334 391 441 486 527 566 602 637 701 759 814 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 72.2 70.6 72.7 32.5 46. Stafford.2 24.5 87.FLAME TRAP ASSEMBLY Model 8500A Pressure mm WC 5 10 15 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 2” 15.5 38.7 SG Digester Gas 2” 18.4 124 145 164 181 196 210 224 237 260 282 303 3” 34. USA .2 29.7 58.2 38.9 66.8 74.9 137 243 380 98. TX.5 87.2 55.3 89.0 132 168 197 224 280 327 369 406 441 474 504 533 586 635 681 Air Flow Capacity Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 60.8 222 395 617 129 290 516 806 155 348 619 967 235 530 941 1471 298 670 1192 1862 351 789 1403 2193 398 894 1590 2485 497 1119 1989 3107 581 1308 2325 3633 656 1475 2622 4097 723 1626 2890 4516 784 1765 3137 4902 842 1894 3367 5261 896 2016 3583 5599 947 2131 3788 5918 1042 2344 4168 6512 1129 2541 4517 7058 1211 2724 4843 7567 12” 548 889 1160 1392 2118 2681 3157 3578 4475 5232 5900 6504 7059 7576 8062 8522 9377 10164 10896 Pressure mm WC 5 10 15 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 253 Flow Capacity of 0.0 105 119 149 174 196 216 234 252 268 283 311 337 362 3” 40.7 99. a Continental Disc company.4 86.8 164 291 455 118 266 472 738 154 347 616 963 185 416 739 1155 281 633 1125 1758 356 801 1424 2225 419 943 1677 2621 475 1069 1901 2970 594 1337 2377 3714 695 1563 2779 4342 783 1763 3134 4897 864 1943 3455 5398 937 2109 3750 5859 1006 2264 4025 6289 1071 2409 4283 6692 1132 2546 4527 7074 1245 2802 4981 7783 1350 3037 5399 8436 1447 3256 5788 9044 12” 655 1063 1387 1663 2532 3204 3774 4276 5348 6253 7051 7773 8437 9056 9636 10186 11208 12148 13023 Groth Corporation.

Groth Corporation. regulators and other gas control devices that may be otherwise damaged by an accidental reversal of the pressure in the system due to pressure waves from a flashback or similar disturbance. SPECIAL FEATURES Model 8110 valves are built of corrosion resistant trim. USA 260 . carbon steel and stainless steel construction BACK PRESSURE CHECK VALVE Model 8110 is used specifically in low pressure gas control lines where minimum pressure drops and maximum flow capacity are required. TX. Stafford. Furnished standard in aluminum with free swinging aluminum pendulum type pallet. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. MODEL 8110 GROTH. Groth is ISO 9001 Certified to insure reliable quality. Model 8110 check valves should be installed in your low pressure line downstream of meters. every Model 8110 is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. By removing the cover.BACK PRESSURE CHECK VALVE Model 8110 ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2" through 12" Full Flow with low pressure drop Standard aluminum (type 356). easy access is provided for quick inspection and maintenance. a Continental Disc company.

select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 8110 NOTES 02" THRU 12" Body Material 1 3 5 Z 8 1 1 0 0 For special options. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. USA .SPECIFICATIONS A B Specifications subject to change without notice.50” (292) 28 (13 KG) 6” (152. a Continental Disc company. on aluminum and R. Size* Length Flange A (Metric) Height Flange B (max) (Metric) Approx.75” (629) 140 (64) 12” (305 mm) 24.8 mm) 8” (203) 8.50” (343) 50 (23 KG) 8” (203.62 (727) 210 (95) F. 2” (50.50” (267) 15 (7 KG) 4” (101. 261 Groth Corporation.50” (495) 16.25 (616) 28. TX. flanged and no specials. Stafford.I. Model No. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.12” (206) 9 (4 KG) 3” (76.N.50” (292) 11.50” (241) 10.4 mm) 14” (356) 13.2 mm) 9. = = = = 4 Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Special 1 F O Z = Special Options O = No Specials F = Flanged EXAMPLE Indicates a 4" Model 8110 with an aluminum body.6 mm) 11.S. Shipping Lbs. Certified dimensions available upon request. compatibility.2 mm) 19.50” (419) 90 (41 KG) 10” (254 mm) 22” (559) 24. consult factory.F.F. (Aluminum) Flanged 8110 8110 8110 8110 8110 8110 8110 * 150# A.

2 10.31 12.0 10.00 6.6 29.70 9.5 98.2 24.7 84.2 29.3 21.7 143 255 398 73.3 185 329 514 90.5 66.9 71.4 20.2 18.0 35.0 12.0 174 272 48.7 25.5 15.8 147 230 45.0 133 31.0 71.00 3.8 40.1 24.9 63.00 1.44 10.1 101 180 282 52.0 107 167 30.0 25.0 53.7 110 195 304 53.0 80.2 47.22 3.6 55.0 17.00 4.5 35.2 80.0 20.0 18.7 127 199 36.3 26.4 21.2 33.0 30.4 17.6 3” 2.9 42.0 34.50 0.50 10.5 24.4 208 370 577 97.3 32.0 27.7 35.0 14.00 4.0 52.1 32.50 2.50 0.4 45.25 0.31 7.20 11.5 73.6 62.75 1.00 8.6 22.0 21.0 12.7 54.43 10.33 4.98 8.6 13.0 20.7 60.0 2” 1.4 29.7 100 21.98 5.1 196 348 544 92.6 166 294 460 82.0 17.7 42.2 13.8 23.9 12.8 27.9 20.1 65.0 18.3 30.50 2.00 5.8 3” 2.0 117 208 325 58.8 8.4 15.0 54.8 61.00 3.8 49.0 17.33 2.97 9.8 82. TX.89 20.4 219 389 609 109 245 435 680 119 268 477 745 12” 40.6 38.66 3.0 16.1 203 361 563 97.9 18.3 27.9 41.0 25.9 35.9 151 236 43.8 95. a Continental Disc company.7 SG Digester Gas 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 5.11 2. Stafford.4 46.00 8.00 1. USA .1 Air Flow Capacity 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 4.0 120 160 240 277 339 392 438 480 554 620 679 733 784 831 876 980 1073 Pressure In WC 0.00 6.0 30.3 120 213 333 61.75 1.99 5.3 17.6 143 191 287 331 406 468 524 574 662 741 811 876 937 994 1047 1171 1283 262 Groth Corporation.4 170 302 471 81.8 69.4 219 389 609 104 234 416 651 110 248 442 690 116 262 466 727 130 293 520 813 143 321 570 891 12” 47.3 123 192 37.3 13.67 7.0 14.44 6.1 111 26.0 14.6 23.00 5.00 7.3 15.BACK PRESSURE CHECK VALVE Model 8110 Pressure In WC 0.0 2” 1.4 30.96 12.8 58.2 131 233 364 63.8 85.5 183 326 509 87.6 139 246 385 68.9 20.0 15.3 83.0 16.0 10.2 67.9 155 275 430 75.3 50.25 0.5 27.50 5.2 Flow Capacity of 0.

8 91.3 122 238 291 336 376 460 531 594 651 703 751 797 840 920 994 1062 3” 68.8 112 167 223 435 533 616 688 843 974 1088 1192 1288 1377 1460 1539 1686 1821 1947 Air Flow Capacity Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 99.5 137 205 274 534 655 756 845 1035 1195 1336 1464 1581 1690 1793 1890 2070 2236 2390 Flow Capacity of 0.8 49. Stafford. a Continental Disc company.4 60. USA .7 SG Digester Gas Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 122 274 487 761 243 548 974 1521 365 821 1460 2282 487 1095 1947 3042 950 2138 3801 5938 1164 2618 4655 7273 1344 3023 5375 8398 1502 3380 6009 9389 1840 4140 7360 11500 2125 4780 8498 13279 2375 5345 9501 14846 2602 5855 10408 16263 2811 6324 11242 17566 3005 6760 12019 18779 3187 7171 12748 19918 3359 7558 13437 20995 3680 8280 14720 22999 3975 8943 15899 24842 4249 9561 16997 26557 12” 1095 2190 3286 4381 8551 10473 12093 13521 16560 19121 21378 23419 25295 27042 28682 30233 33119 35773 38243 263 Groth Corporation.BACK PRESSURE CHECK VALVE Model 8110 Pressure mm WC 5 10 15 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 2” 24.1 223 397 620 198 446 793 1239 297 669 1190 1859 397 892 1586 2478 774 1742 3096 4838 948 2133 3792 5925 1095 2463 4379 6842 1224 2754 7895 7649 1499 3373 5996 9368 1731 3894 6923 10817 1935 4354 7740 12094 2120 4770 8479 13249 2290 5152 9159 14310 2448 5507 9791 15298 2596 5841 10385 16226 2737 6157 10947 17104 2998 6745 11991 18736 3238 7286 12952 20238 3462 7789 13846 21635 12” 892 1784 2677 3569 6966 8532 9852 11015 13490 15577 17416 19078 20607 22029 23366 24630 26980 29142 31154 Pressure mm WC 5 10 15 20 40 60 80 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 2” 30. TX.1 194 237 274 306 375 433 484 530 572 612 649 684 749 810 865 3” 55.4 99.6 74.

SECTION 3 PRESSURE / VACUUM RELIEF VALVES 1260A Pressure Relief Valves w/Pipe-Away Feature • 2300A Pressure Relief Valves • 1300A Vacuum Relief Valves • 1360A Vacuum Relief Valves • 5000. 5100 Free Vents • 6000. 6100 Gauge Hatch • 6200 Gauge Hatch • .

carbon steel.5 oz/in2 to 15 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356). Buna-N. Stafford. Back pressure in the system must be considered when using flow curves.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 1260A ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 12” Pressure settings 0. Viton® and other seating diaphragms can be provided when required. June. fiberglass. USA 300 . Section 3:300-371. Pressure relief valves help provide increased fire protection and safety. MODEL 1260A GROTH. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. The Model 1260A has a self-draining housing body and drip rings to protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing. a Continental Disc company. is controlled by a spring or weight loaded pallet in the valve housing. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. to avoid tank damage. MODEL 1260A SPECIAL FEATURES Model 1260A offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. stainless steel. Tank relief. and other materials Modular construction ■ PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Valve Model 1260A is for use where pressure relief is required and all relieving vapors must be piped away. MODEL 1261A 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. TX. The Model 1260A can also be used for inline vacuum relief where flanged inlet connection is required. This design also avoids pressure or vacuum buildup due to binding or clogging of the valve. every Model 1260A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. 2002.qxd.5m Groth Corporation. Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. 2.

3 gm/cm ) 2 20 3/4 ” (527) 23 5/8 ” (600) 19” (483) 10 1/4 ” (260) 12 1/2 ” (318) 46 3/8 ” (1178) 105 (48 kg) 12” (300 mm) 14” (350 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies. /cm ) 11 ” 1/8 9” (229) 5” (127) 6” (152) 20 ” 1/4 22 (10 kg) (57. Set Pressure Weight Loaded Max. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer. change model number. Inlet Flg.3 gm/cm2) 18” (457) 21 1/4 ” (539) 16” (406) 9 3/4 ” (248) 10 3/4 ” (273) 39 3/4 ” (1010) 92 (42 kg) 10” (250 mm) 12” (300 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. Indicates a 2" Model 1260A with Aluminum Body and Seat. in. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm and no other options. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys.F. drilling compatibility F. 150# R. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. (Aluminum) 2” (50 mm) 3” (80 mm) 11 oz/in2 (48.5 oz/ sq.S.3 gm/cm2) 11” (279) 13 7/8 ” (352) 11” (279) 6 1/2 ” (165) 6 1/2 ” (165) 25 5/8 ” (651) 29 (13 kg) 6” (150 mm) 8” (200 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. 316 SS Pallet. Ship. Set Pressure Spring Loaded Min. set weights-Consult Factory. on aluminum and R. Fiberglass dimensions on request. Certified dimensions available upon request.3 gm/cm2) (1.F.3 gm/cm ) 2 8 5/8 ” (219) 9 3/8 ” (238) 7 1/2 ” (191) 4 1/8 ” (105) 5 1/2 ” (140) 16 5/8 ” (422) 16 (7 kg) 3” (80 mm) 4” (100 mm) 13 oz/in 2 10” 15 PSIG SPRING LOADED PRESSURE 2 *0.1 gm/cm2) (282) (514) 4” (100 mm) 6” (150 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. Lbs. setting.20 gm.SPECIFICATIONS A B BB C D D E E Specifications subject to change without notice. S. TX. USA NOTES 1 EXAMPLE Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. /cm ) 14 1/2 ” (368) 17 3/8 ” (441) 13 1/2 ” (343) 8 1/2 ” (216) 8 1/2 ” (216) 34 1/2 ” (876) 55 (25 kg) 8” (200 mm) 10” (250 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.05 kg. Outlet Flg. Setting Weight Loaded A Length (mm) B Height (mm) C Width (mm) D (mm) E (mm) BB (mm) Approx.3 gm/cm2) 24 3/4 ” (629) 26 5/8 ” (676) 21” (533) 11” (279) 15” (381) 49 1/4 ” (1251) 149 (68 kg) ‡ On spring loaded valves. include steam pressure / temperature. For special options.F. * Stainless steel guides and stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special 1 5 T 0 0 1260A Weight Loaded 1261A Pressure Spring 02" Thru 12" Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 1 3 5 6 7 Z 6 0 A Include model number and setting when ordering. a Continental Disc company. consult factory. . *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0. Max. Stafford. 1 2 = = = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special 0 2 1 301 Groth Corporation. When ordering steam jacket.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED (254) (2. Wt.

94 0.00 8.89 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.6 74.69 0.0 24.9 12.47 0.440 SCFH Groth Corporation.96 3 0.54 0.00 1.9 112 177 288 65.53 0.62 5.0 3” 13.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.1 25.7 14.92 0.58 1.72 0.0 40.74 0.80 0.2 28.97 6 0.72 0.66 0.1 49.68 0.78 0.75 0.8 145 35. USA 302 . based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.43 0.1 56.87 1.8 20.7 82.70 0.16 1.73 0.2 63.00 1.3 14.0 12.64 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1260A 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1.96 4 0.52 0.5 153 250 50.6 88.84 0.1 32.46 0.85 0.90 0.5 90. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.8 97.57 0.88 0.4 55.62 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.7 23. Read “C” factor from table 4.61 0.63 0.52 0.75 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.80 0.93 8.50 1.00 Flow = 112.3 117 190 38.87 x 112. a Continental Disc company.39 9. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.0 20.59 0.77 0. Stafford.88 0.94 1.95 2 0.58 0.47 4.2 23.56 0.99 8 0.60 0.97 5 0.60 3.66 11.7 26.82 0.0 15.7 18.70 0.91 0.0 Oz/Sq In 0.71 0.92 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.59 0.91 0.00 6.82 0.67 0.93 0.78 6.90 0.00 2.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 6.0 25.00 10.81 0.61 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1260A Set Pressure (Ps) In WC 0.4 17.46 0.55 0.9 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 25.86 0.4 11.50 0.6 14.6 175 276 450 92.44 0.51 0.89 0.2 52.48 0.83 0.68 0.8 157 248 404 84.64 0.2 77. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.93 0.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .98 7 0.84 0.56 0.31 3.73 2.7 71.87 0.4 45.45 0.85 0.0 20.95 1 0.79 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.73 0.65 0.6 28.6 35.78 0.50 0.8 143 233 46. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.2 35.86 0.8 125 205 43.73 2.3 18.4 191 301 491 103 211 335 546 118 241 383 625 131 267 424 692 143 289 460 751 12” 175 188 247 265 302 324 348 374 456 525 584 638 709 811 898 975 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.00 3.8 39. 2000.6 135 27.42 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.71 10.000 = 97.8 13. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Calculate over-pressure 3.76 0.0 30.87 Flow = 0.9 137 215 351 75.2 105 164 268 53. TX.81 0.99 9 0.2 79. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.49 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps =Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .87 7.00 2.66 0.77 0.46 4.

64 0.46 0.00 1.7 17.20 1.44 0.56 0.46 11.1 24.16 4.42 9.732 NCMH 303 Groth Corporation.0 2.46 0.23 3.40 15.86 0.80 1.72 0.73 0.80 0.75 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.91 0.65 0.6 22.52 0.68 0.36 0.80 1.54 1.67 7. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.72 0.7 12.88 5.59 0.9 19.29 0.90 0.12 4.51 3.84 0.1 27.96 3 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.61 0.53 0.84 3.3 2.57 0.87 x 3.92 0.70 0.68 0. 2000.42 0.78 0.64 0.39 6.0 12” 4. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.87 Flow = 0. a Continental Disc company.5 3.12 6.78 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.1 17.52 0.99 9 0.5 27.94 1. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.91 9.54 0.41 0.140 NCMH % OP = [(175 . If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.33 3.61 0.61 0.78 1.48 5.80 0.70 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.00 Flow = 3.88 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.14 4.4 3.93 0.75 0.3 3.8 22.09 3” 0.58 0.55 0.50 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.98 7 0.7 2. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.49 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.4 36.82 0.10 10.45 0.50 5.25 4.89 0.140 = 2.3 73.99 8 0.70 0.99 2.54 0.0 61.67 0.80 12.58 5.07 2.8 19.81 0.50 0.56 0.33 8.97 5 0.50 5.7 13.8 49.3 17.5 16.30 6.66 0.48 2.87 0.90 1.07 13. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1260A Set Pressure (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.66 0.83 0.4 11.72 4.06 1. Stafford.38 1.86 0.35 9.49 10.47 0.85 0.02 9.90 0.92 11.91 0.18 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.2 19.19 0.94 0.56 0.71 12.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.13 1.2 2.74 0.93 0.85 0.98 1.3 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.51 8.58 0.7 17.46 0.9 21.32 1.82 6.77 0.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.77 0.95 1 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.69 0.82 0.71 0.78 0.72 1.99 4.68 0.95 2 0.69 0.76 0.65 0.93 7.79 0.89 7.81 0.05 1.26 1. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.42 13.68 3.59 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1260A 100 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1. USA .7 25. TX.60 0.75 10.99 8.90 7.07 12.7 14.80 0.92 0.43 0.71 1.48 0.6 2.93 8.89 0.11 8.63 0.6 2.37 0.99 1.62 0.28 6.99 1.33 12.3 14.89 0.88 0.0 29.73 0.36 4.84 0.96 4 0.7 15.65 7. Calculate over-pressure 3.31 2.97 6 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .51 0.

83 x 448.30 0.85 0.91 0.00 7.4 86.7 92.78 0.00 6.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.5 210 345 529 134 304 500 767 168 381 625 960 198 448 736 1130 225 510 838 1286 250 568 932 1431 274 622 1022 1568 297 674 1107 1699 319 724 1189 1825 340 772 1267 1945 360 818 1343 2062 380 863 1417 2176 400 907 1489 2286 418 949 1559 2393 437 991 1627 2498 12” 739 1070 1340 1577 1794 1997 2188 2371 2546 2714 2877 3036 3189 3339 3486 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.65 0.75 0.66 0.90 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.39 0.82 0.50 0.82 0.77 0.2 58.36 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.73 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. Stafford.5 73.95 0. 2000.97 2 6 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .40 0.97 7 0.54 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.53 0.35 0.8 98.81 0.00 9.80 0.00 2.87 0.42 0.27 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1261A 4 PSIG set pressure [Ps] 7 PSIG flowing pressure [Pf] 1.93 1.64 0.84 0.6 104 110 115 120 125 3” 53.45 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.0 40.00 5.48 0.89 0.56 0.4 96.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1261A Set Pressure (Ps) PSIG 1.9 114 130 144 158 171 184 196 208 219 231 241 252 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 92.55 0.67 0.76 0.0 15. Read “C” factor from table 4.68 0.60 0.0 11. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.47 0.63 0.88 0.92 0.67 0.85 0.52 0.51 0.80 0.00 8.69 0. USA 304 .3 50.58 0.59 0.32 0.38 0.72 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.4 77.62 0.840 SCFH Groth Corporation.7 80.99 9 0.00 10.0 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 28.000 = 371.49 0. TX.94 1 0.43 0.90 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.8 66.0 13.92 0.71 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.87 0.83 0.79 0.0 14.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .33 0.00 3.98 8 0.96 0.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.61 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.44 0.00 4.76 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.72 0.96 0.70 0.00 Flow = 448.86 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.83 Flow = 0. a Continental Disc company. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.0 12.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.29 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.74 0.57 0.

2 10.81 4.80 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.60 0.80 0.76 0.97 7 0.1 11.4)/0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.80 10.3 20.76 3.84 0.200 NCMH % OP= [(0.4 71.6 37.72 0.1 10.6 38. 2000.10 2.92 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.76 0.65 0.56 0.30 0.95 2.33 0.7 37. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1261A 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.25 0.4 62.70 4.47 0.89 3.59 0.60 0. Stafford.4 4.79 1.6 40.8 7.45 0.12 4.14 16.2 12” 21.04 13.89 2.57 0.83 Flow = 0.9 52.94 1 0.2 23.96 0.68 0.9 27. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.5 43.8 8.2 26.43 1.67 0.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.00 Flow = 16.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.2 52.7 57.1 99.1 6.61 15.82 0.35 0.98 5.83 x 16.93 1. Calculate over-pressure 3.77 0.2 57.99 9 0.4 46.25 5.3 43. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.85 0.4 48.97 2 6 0.38 0.72 0.75 0.76 6.57 1.9 7.72 7. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.35 3.50 0.80 0.20 0.45 12.99 1.29 0.73 0.5 93.98 8 0.65 2.72 6. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.36 0.49 0.23 1.4 BarG Set Pressure [Ps] 0.66 17.96 0.63 0.200 = 13.90 0.15 0.70 0.2 18.14 3.41 4.6 8. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.62 0.25 2.30 0.13 3.35 0.71 0.54 0.74 0.83 0.67 0.4 28.81 0.91 0.78 0.7 22.4 9.3 46.42 0.48 0.0.27 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .10 20.79 0.1 65.90 0.40 0.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 1261A Set Pressure (Ps) BarG 0.5 6.50 0.7 .64 19. TX.8 24.4 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.32 0.0 22.09 9.446 NCMH 305 Groth Corporation.2 49.2 32.82 0.58 0.5 30.44 12.00 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.44 0.0 61.9 72.5 43.4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.0 24.69 0.39 0.1 68.89 0.86 0.5 34.7 86.6 40.56 3” 1.36 2.92 0.25 6.88 0.3 31.62 1.53 0. a Continental Disc company. USA .7 26.66 0.6 32. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.7 12.87 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.5 28.18 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 2.55 0.64 0.40 0.45 0.43 0.90 1.51 0.82 0.55 0.5 66. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.7 BarG Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.70 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.52 2.07 0.7 26.61 0.6 79.28 7.1 15.52 0.48 3.28 15.5 3.16 10.87 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.6 33.8 4.10 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.16 18.95 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.9 17.85 0.39 2.4 5.

Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. The guides support a spun weatherhood which covers and protects the entire valve structure. Groth Corporation.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE ■ ■ ■ Model 2300A Sizes 2” through 12” Pressure settings 0. carbon steel. a Continental Disc company. Emergency relief valves provide relief from excessive internal pressures which may cause tank damage. stainless steel and other materials. Groth’s self-closing special teflon “cushioned air” pallet with center stabilizing stem and peripheral guiding provides uniform seating and alignment. MODEL 2300A MODEL 2301A 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. TX. a mesh screen encircles the valve under the weatherhood. every Model 2300A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. USA 310 . MODEL 2300A GROTH. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. SPECIAL FEATURES Model 2300A is built of corrosion resistant material throughout. and low pressure vessels. As added protection against the entry of foreign matter.5 oz/in2 to 15 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356). Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. EMERGENCY RELIEF VALVE Model 2300A is designed for emergency relief capacity above that supplied by a standard operating valve used on tanks. piping. Stafford.

Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm and no other options.N. F. Size*† Flange Maximum Set Pressure Minimum Set Pressure A Diameter (mm) AA Diameter (mm) B Height (mm) BB Height (mm) Approx. in. on aluminum and R. Fiberglass dimensions on request. **Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0. consult factory. For special options. drilling compatibility. change to model 2301A.05 kg.S. 316 SS Pallet. # Aluminum body not available on 2301A.SPECIFICATIONS AA A BB B Specifications subject to change without notice. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. * 150# A. Stafford. * Stainless steel guides and stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies.F. setting. When ordering steam jacket. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special 1 5 T 0 0 2300A Weight Loaded 2301A Spring Loaded 02" Thru 12" 1 3 5 6 7 Z 0 0 A Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material = = = = = = Aluminum # Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special 0 2 1 Include model number and setting when ordering. 2 3 1 311 NOTES EXAMPLE Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.I. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies. Ship Wt. Certified dimensions available upon request. /cm ) (70. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys.2 gm/cm ) (330) 19” (482) 19 1/2 ” (495) 15” (381) 30 1/2 ” (784) 30 (14 kg) 8” (200 mm) 23 5/8 ” (600) 23 1/2 ” (597) 16 5/8 ” (422) 35 3/8 ” (899) 45 (20 kg) 10” (250 mm) 30 3/4 ” (781) 25 1/2 ” (648) 17” (431) 41 3/8 ” (1051) 65 (30 kg) 12” (300 mm) 36” (914) 25 1/2 ” (648) 18” (457) 42 3/8 ” (1076) 100 (45 kg ‡ On spring-loaded valves. TX. include steam pressure / temperature. Lbs. Indicates a 2" Model 2300A with Aluminum Body and Seat. † Larger sizes available .3 gm /cm ) 6” (150 mm) (2. USA .5 oz/in 2 13” (330) 10 9/16 ” (268) 22 1/2 ” (572) 20 (9 kg) (1. a Continental Disc company. Groth Corporation.5 oz/ sq.F. (Aluminum) 2” (50 mm) 9 1/2 ” (241) 9 1/2 ” (241) 6 5/8 ” (168) 16 1/2 ” (419) 12 (5 kg) 3” (80 mm) 11 1/2 ” (292) 13” (330) 8 5/8 ” (219) 18 5/8 ” (467) 15 (7 kg) 16 oz/in2 WEIGHT LOADED 2 15 PSIG SPRING LOADED 2 4” (100 mm) 13” WEIGHT LOADED 2 **0.consult factory.

9 18.5 88.65 0.7 33.7 36.43 0.98 7 0.9 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 26.78 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.90 0.6 194 295 479 95. USA 312 .54 0.47 4.00 6.6 12.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.62 5.4 16.5 175 265 430 87.82 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.56 0.87 1.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 6.77 0.84 0.0 25.91 0.78 0.6 52.73 2.3 26.73 0.85 0.55 0.58 0.4 17.81 0.9 14.16 1.0 116 176 285 55.1 101 153 248 48.46 0.47 0.90 0.6 14.7 23.46 4. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%. Read “C” factor from table 4.86 0.67 0.9 13.92 0.63 0.76 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.98 7.000 = 108.66 0.89 0.750 SCFH Groth Corporation.96 3 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .52 0.88 0.93 8.2 152 230 374 78.70 0.60 3.81 0.85 10.5 32.94 1.80 0.97 5 0.0 20.59 0.79 0.80 0.95 1 0.50 0.4 108 164 266 52.62 0.0 62.71 0.0 154 36. 2000.94 0.8 95. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.00 2.6 88.61 0.99 9 0.61 0.72 0.86 0.2 89.4 143 28.00 1.72 0.0 15.31 3. Stafford.77 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 2300A 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1.82 0.1 57.50 9.45 0.84 0.88 0.5 125 203 39.8 82.68 0.42 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.59 0.95 2 0.53 0.6 28.00 3.50 0.6 30.87 x 125.5 3” 15.0 30. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.56 0.99 8 0.73 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.57 0.97 6 0.8 73.70 0.83 0.64 0.6 28.73 2.69 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.91 0.7 212 322 523 107 235 358 581 122 268 409 665 136 296 454 736 148 321 492 799 12” 211 227 298 320 365 392 420 451 550 633 705 769 855 979 1084 1177 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.87 Flow = 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.93 0.4 25.75 0.92 0.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2300A Set Pressure (Ps) In WC 0.1 63.1 12.0 40.74 0. a Continental Disc company.96 4 0.85 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.44 0.87 0.50 1.3 39. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.64 0.58 1.4 46. Calculate over-pressure 3. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.51 0.00 10.00 2.68 0.48 0.66 11.6 82.66 0. TX.89 0.2 21.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .49 0.52 0.00 Flow = 125.00 1.46 0.5 21.75 0.1 58.00 8.8 125 189 307 68.6 134 218 45.78 6.0 Oz/Sq In 0.93 0.0 12.60 0.0 23.

93 0.64 0.47 0.28 12.7 20.91 4.19 4.89 0.7 18.70 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.62 0.9 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.08 1.66 0.87 x .91 0.96 4 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.036 NCMH 313 Groth Corporation.61 0.94 11. a Continental Disc company.3 73.96 3 0.99 8 0.75 0.67 0.45 0.38 1.04 1.43 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.06 4.74 0.88 0.28 8.25 13.3 32.84 12.92 0.90 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.70 0.75 0.80 0.7 20.71 0.69 0.22 1.60 0.49 11.46 0.49 4.67 5.98 6. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.03 1.13 8.80 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.72 0.57 0.58 7.45 5.11 3” 0.84 0.4 36.73 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.25 6.73 0.78 0.59 0.36 0..06 2.5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.0 29.1 15.5 23.49 0.30 1.46 0.6 2.81 0.87 0.55 0.76 0.55 0.48 3.30 0.84 0. Stafford.91 0.97 13.1 24.89 0.44 10.99 9 0.42 0.62 0.93 0.00 14.72 0.95 10.78 0. 2000.80 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.9 27.48 0.54 0.7 17.40 12.03 4.6 17.85 0.59 1.59 0.94 0.0 61. Calculate over-pressure 3.8 49. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.6 21.82 0.58 6. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.00 Flow = 3.8 22.50 0.3 14.82 0.51 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.11 2.74 3.6 4.61 0.97 5 0.7 19.66 0.88 7. Read “C” factor from table 4.92 9.95 8.53 0.65 0.30 2.56 0.80 12.92 0.20 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .32 5.53 1.59 0.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.75 6.63 0.43 1.3 2.73 1.35 3.35 9.97 6 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.98 7 0.2 19.68 8.16 4.56 1.7 2.4 2.78 2.81 0.02 1.95 1 0.90 7.89 5. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.77 0.0 16.16 7.86 0. TX.80 0.90 0.83 0.5 27.52 0.65 0.77 0.4 30.95 2 0.6 14.56 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 2300A 100 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.68 0.4 12” 5.79 0.47 0.4 16.58 0.94 1. USA .56 3.490 = 3.490 NCMH % OP = [(175 .57 10.6 22.43 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.44 0.13 1.80 8. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.42 7.86 0.56 5.49 5.4 18.52 0.65 0.91 1.9 12.85 0.63 14.2 3.43 8.88 0.89 9.51 0.64 0.92 1.69 0.6 3.68 0.87 Flow = 0.72 0.46 1.51 0.5 2.57 1. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.0 2.65 2.0 2.42 0.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2300A Set Pressure (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.

29 0.50 0. TX.75 0.58 0.00 10.3 76.3 107 113 120 127 134 140 3” 59.93 1. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.66 0.1 59.71 0.92 0.1 39. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.5 84.7 111 131 151 169 186 203 219 235 250 265 280 295 309 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 104 198 345 529 152 296 500 767 192 379 625 960 228 456 736 1130 261 530 838 1286 293 601 932 1431 323 670 1022 1568 352 737 1107 1699 380 804 1189 1825 407 869 1267 1945 434 934 1343 2062 460 998 1417 2175 485 1061 1489 2286 510 1124 1559 2393 535 1186 1627 2498 12” 739 1070 1340 1577 1794 1997 2188 2371 2546 2714 2877 3036 3189 3339 3486 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.59 0.480 SCFH Groth Corporation. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .62 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.79 0.00 6.90 0.27 0.43 0.64 0. a Continental Disc company.47 0.55 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.60 0.35 0.86 0.92 0.0 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 27. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.9 99.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.00 7.57 0.42 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.44 0.68 0.54 0.0 15.32 0.00 5.97 7 0.77 0. 2000.0 14.69 0.89 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.85 0.5 68. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.00 9.72 0.72 0.82 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 2301A 4 PSIG set pressure [Ps] 7 PSIG flowing pressure [Pf] 1.0 12.00 2.000 = 378.80 0.83 x 456. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.52 0.00 3.56 0.53 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. Stafford.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.00 4.3 91.67 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.84 0.81 0.83 Flow = 0.85 0.87 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.80 0.99 9 0.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2301A Set Pressure (Ps) PSIG 1.95 0.73 0.67 0.45 0.00 8. USA 314 .38 0.90 0.96 0.76 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.00 Flow = 456.87 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.74 0.97 2 6 0.65 0.9 87.40 0.36 0.0 13.63 0.83 0.96 0.94 1 0.91 0.51 0.88 0.76 0.39 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.49 0.98 8 0.70 0.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.48 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.0 11.33 0.30 0.78 0.61 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.7 50.82 0.

1 28.59 0.3 43.57 0.9 52.2 31.2 18.35 0.7 BarG Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.6 37. TX.71 0.13 3.90 1.89 6.25 0.2 49.00 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 2” 0.67 3.2 52. USA .89 0.78 0.86 0.35 2.47 0.48 0.77 0.82 2.6 40.8 9.96 0.62 20.82 0.2 23.35 0.58 0.4 48.42 3.4 71.99 18. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.6 28.87 0.9 27.80 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.43 1.81 0.7 .50 0.29 0.76 0.21 1.2 33. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.54 5.100 = 14. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.8 8.4 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.83 Flow = 0.33 0.4 32.55 0.64 0.76 0.62 0.60 0.92 0.63 1.68 0.13 2.1 6.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2301A Set Pressure (Ps) BarG 0.99 9 0.95 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.98 14. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.0 43.5 34.17 8.0 12.73 0.0 25.27 0.1 13.6 10.32 0.2 21.60 4.9 72.25 12.1 68. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Stafford.4)/0.54 0.83 10.67 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.7 26.4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.83 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.4 BarG Set Pressure [Ps] 0.8 22.67 0.79 0.61 0.42 0.0 61.85 0.6 93.76 2.81 5.24 6.07 0.80 0.75 0.5 66.6 37. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.4 62.55 0.100 NCMH % OP = [(0.8 33.45 0.7 79. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.83 3.0 30.3 31.66 0. a Continental Disc company.42 4. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.82 0.3 40.90 0.92 0.6 46.05 5.56 0.72 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.8 17.98 8 0.74 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 2301A 0.0 14.18 2.6 24.43 0.1 15.15 0.2 12” 21.193 NCMH 315 Groth Corporation.51 2.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.91 0.4 10.72 0.18 5.97 2 6 0.1 26.70 0.5 43.70 7.5 3.36 0.4 6.2 32.87 0.30 0.94 1 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .8 86.65 0.49 0.83 x 17.67 2.7 15.4 5. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.48 10.40 0.0.70 0.30 0.97 7 0.7 38.70 3.60 0.8 8.00 2.34 17.50 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.3 57.00 Flow = 17.90 0.2 99.85 0.63 0.05 15.52 0.90 7.38 0.64 9.0 22.69 0. 2000.44 0.45 0.78 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 3.68 15.40 0.93 1.55 8.8 4.20 0.5 7.96 0.53 0.88 0.39 0.16 3.51 0.7 57.1 65.10 0.84 0.13 12.80 0.98 3” 1.4 46. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.80 0.02 4.5 20. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.97 1.

Stafford. a Continental Disc company. MODEL 1301A 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. The Model 1300A has a self draining housing body and drip rings to protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing.5 oz/in2 to 12 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356).VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1300A ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 12” Vacuum settings 0. The Model 1300A helps to provide increased fire protection and safety. Flow curves for vacuum relief are provided. This feature of the Model 1300A reduces the possibility of tank damage. Metal-to-metal. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Intake relief necessary under working conditions is achieved by a spring or weight loaded pallet. Modular construction ■ VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1300A is used when vacuum relief is the only requirement. Buna-N. MODEL 1300A SPECIAL FEATURES Model 1300A offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. TX. stainless steel and other materials. MODEL 1300A GROTH. USA 320 . Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. Valve size must be selected to perform required vacuum relief under operating and thermal conditions. Groth Corporation. This design also avoids vacuum buildup due to binding or clogging of the vent. carbon steel. every Model 1300A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Viton ® and other seating diaphragms can be provided when required.

/cm ) (0. TX.P. Set Vacuum Spring Loaded Min. change model number. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® M = Metal-to-Metal Z = Special 1 5 T 0 0 1300A Weight Loaded 1301A Spring Loaded 02" Thru 12" Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 1 3 5 6 7 Z 0 0 A Include model number and setting when ordering. Size Max.3 gm/cm2) *0. Setting vs. For special options. Set Vacuum Weight Loaded Max. Vac. Lbs. Stafford.3 gm/cm ) 2 281/2” (724) 151/2” (393) 317/8” (810) 141/2” (368) 81 (37 kg) 10” (250 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. 150# A. 316 SS Pallet. ‡ On spring loaded valves.SPECIFICATIONS A BB B C Specifications subject to change without notice.3 gm/cm2) (2. Set Vacuum Weight Loaded Max. in. Setting Min.S.† for Min.S. Wt. setting. Groth Corporation. Fiberglass dimensions on request. consult factory. Ship. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm and no other options.I.† A Length (mm) B Height (mm) BB Height (mm) C Width (mm) Approx. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED 12 PSIG SPRING LOADED 2 171/4” (438) 95/8” (244) 197/8” (505) 9” (229) 32 (14 kg) 6” (150 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. (Aluminum) 2” (50 mm) 12 oz/in2 (52. Max. *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0. F. /cm ) 231/2” (597) 117/8” (301) 27” (686) 12” (305) 61 (28 kg) 8” (200 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. USA .84 kg. on aluminum and R. 1 3 = = = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special 0 2 1 321 NOTES 1 EXAMPLE Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. drilling compatibility. = Working Pressure. set weights-Consult Factory. Certified dimensions available upon request. * Stainless steel guides and stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies.F./sq.N. a Continental Disc company. Vac. W. include steam pressure / temperature. Indicates a 2" Model 1300A with Aluminum Body and Seat. When ordering steam jacket.P. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. W.F.20 gm. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer.P.3 gm/cm2) 371/4” (946) 215/8” (549) 42” (1067) 19” (483) 165 (75 kg) † W.7 gm/cm ) 2 115/8” See TPD2 for Vacuum Settings and MAWP (295) 67/8” (174) 14” (356) 6” (152) 15 (7 kg) 3” (80 mm) 11 oz/in2 (48.3 gm/cm ) 2 331/4” (845) 185/8” (473) 377/8” (962) 161/2” (419) 121 (55 kg) 12” (300 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.3 gm/cm ) 2 153/4” (400) 73/4” (196) 161/4” (413) 73/4” (197) 21 (10 kg) 4” (100 mm) 11 oz/in2 (48. S.5 oz.

6 188 327 493 12” 129 138 182 195 222 238 256 274 334 384 427 465 516 587 646 697 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.45 0.94 1.76 0.98 7 0.0 115 200 302 57. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.91 0.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1300A Set Vacuum (Ps) In WC 0.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.0 97.2 37.6 49. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.46 0.64 0.0 12.52 0.05 6.69 0.87 1.91 0.60 0.58 1. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf . a Continental Disc company.60 3. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1300A 4 In WC set vacuum [Ps] 7 In WC flowing vacuum [Pf] 1.78 0.83 0.6 34.66 0.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 4.68 0.70 0.95 1 0.65 0.64 0.96 3 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.380 SCFH Groth Corporation.95 2 0.4 3” 10.79 0.0 85.42 0.82 0.5 55.6 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 16.77 0.6 14.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.1 46.6 25. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.3 11.54 0.75 0.9 158 276 415 80.43 0.00 2. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.00 2.80 0.68 0.82 0.89 0.2 14.00 3.92 0.6 91.53 0.1 74.1 157 237 47.61 0.9 22.0 15.89 0.16 1.66 0.88 0.8 125 218 329 64.78 0.78 6.00 6.44 0.93 8.84 0.87 x 74.85 0.0 15. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.99 8 0.96 4 0.86 0.71 0.67 0.58 0.0 129 194 41. TX.80 0.90 0.57 0.92 0.77 0. Stafford.33 10.000 SCFH % OV = [(7 .62 5.0 37. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.87 Flow = 0.93 0.63 0.12 8.3 129 24.0 20.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.61 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.99 9 0.1 17.4 17.93 0.9 120 181 34.0 Oz/Sq In 0.88 0.85 0.5 15. 2000. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.70 0.00 Flow = 74.7 30.3 65.00 10.8 104 157 29.50 0.0 25.47 4.50 0.87 0.81 0.46 0.51 0.7 60.59 0.94 0.72 0.66 11.47 0.6 59. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.62 0.31 3.8 51.97 6 0.55 0.0 20.52 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.50 1.7 103 180 272 53.74 0.0 12.0 34.49 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3.59 0.6 17.90 0. USA 322 .0 30.6 17.73 0.10 8. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.6 64.70 5.73 2.00 1.5 91.84 0.8 68. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.46 4.97 5 0.2 52.56 0.0 14.70 9.000 = 64.6 138 27.4 21.3 174 304 457 86.0 139 242 365 72.00 1.5 90.72 0.86 0.7 19.73 0.00 8.1 41.4 23. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.81 0.56 0.2 112 169 31.48 0.0 18.8 21.63 7.9 26.73 2.75 0.

45 0.58 0.87 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.49 0.53 0.45 0.60 0.16 4. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.89 0.56 0.6 13.72 3” 0.9 12” 3.75 0.29 0.0 61.0 12.96 1.56 0.45 7.81 10.46 1.1 14.34 2. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.61 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .40 10.7 2.16 1.98 1.84 0.81 0.46 0.88 1.59 0.73 0.32 1. a Continental Disc company.66 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.3 14.51 0.53 0.96 2. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.810 NCMH 323 Groth Corporation.49 3.85 0. 2000.36 8.81 0.28 0.91 5.72 0.89 0.70 7.31 0.73 0.60 9.17 2.26 2.73 4. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.00 1.64 8.20 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.67 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.57 0.90 0.5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 0.94 0.88 0.46 0.66 0.45 1.80 0.91 0.5 16.72 0.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.58 0.26 4.47 0.52 0.38 5.70 0.64 1.24 0.69 0.95 2 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.00 Flow = 2. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.96 4 0.52 6.13 0.87 Flow = 0.77 0.56 3.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.62 3.64 0.96 3 0.35 9.80 12.08 3. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.7 17.41 6.97 5 0.95 1 0.83 1.93 0.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1300A Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.3 73.1 24.0 29.80 3.74 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.88 0.39 0.66 0.86 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.54 12.86 0.93 0.62 5.44 0.72 8.09 1. Calculate over-vacuum 3.42 0.16 1.70 0.22 13.5 18. Stafford.23 5.1 10.05 4.6 22.59 0.2 19.85 0.83 0.76 0.08 5.07 7.58 3.75 11.98 7 0.04 6.32 4.3 2.5 27.2 19.07 2.54 0.52 0. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.90 0.6 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.79 0.4 36.48 0.46 0.8 49.92 0.61 0.82 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.86 0.08 1.65 0.91 0.48 6.81 3. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1300A 100 mm WC Set Vacuum [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.14 9.78 0.65 1.34 0.87 x 2.81 0.71 2.62 0.53 0.04 1.91 0.68 0.42 3.37 0.4 12.55 0.97 6 0.91 6.68 1.48 2. USA .29 9.53 4.78 0.94 1.74 0.92 0.65 5.75 0.75 0.57 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.44 0.69 0.90 8.43 0.84 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.88 0.63 0.90 7.62 0.99 8 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.82 0.77 0.68 0.60 0.25 1.64 0.42 0.71 0.90 8.080 NCMH % OV = [(175 .44 5.44 0. TX.99 9 0.50 0.48 0.080 = 1.9 2.80 0.75 7.49 1.15 4.8 11.

58 0.29 0.0 19.44 0.47 0.33 0.6 197 323 495 51.88 0.56 0.50 >3. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.50 .71 0.5 52.81 0.83 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.70 0.1 20.32 0.84 0.90 0.2 16.50 2.3 203 333 511 52.9 120 197 302 31. TX.0 21.80 0.52 0.9 136 223 342 35.86 0.2.43 0.66 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .67 0.69 0.92 0.3 76.0] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.65 0.00 3.94 1 0.8 91.93 1.000 SCFH % OV = [(3.76 0.9 55. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed. Read “C” factor from table 4.7 62. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.48 0.50 0.7 16.97 2 6 0.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1301A Set Vacuum (Ps) PSIG 1.85 0.68 0.92 0.98 8 0.000 = 137.99 9 0.55 0.83 x 166.82 0.76 0.75 2.96 0.25 2.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.7 156 256 393 42.30 1. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. Calculate over-vacuum 3.75 3.63 0.7 131 215 330 34. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.5 PSI 12” 422 442 460 478 495 511 548 582 613 641 667 691 713 732 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.0 166 272 417 44.80 0.20 1.00 1.1 15.78 0.4 126 206 316 33.53 0.5 15. a Continental Disc company.67 0.10 1.90 0.5 59.6 68.50 1.95 0.00 2.2 83.39 0.8 14.51 0.49 0.27 0.64 0. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.780 SCFH Groth Corporation.83 0.4 183 300 460 48.35 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.40 1. USA 324 .2 57.3 80.7 23.75 0.9 22.36 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.1 21.38 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.25 3.87 0.8 18. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.9 174 286 439 46.77 0.8 208 342 525 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 3.83 Flow = 0.0)/2.89 0.72 0.72 0.62 0.45 0.96 0.61 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve. 2000.5 PSIG flowing vacuum [Pf] 1. Stafford.59 0.42 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.30 0.79 0.9 86.40 0.0 145 239 366 39.82 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1301A 2 PSIG set vacuum [Ps] 3.91 0.4 24.54 0.4 89.87 0.50 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 13.85 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.7 190 312 478 49.0 73.0 141 231 355 36.97 7 0.00 Flow = 166. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.57 0.0 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 30.60 0.74 0.73 0.9 64.

96 0.86 0.58 5.12] x 100 = 42% “C” = 0.61 0.44 2.56 0.0 15.44 0.55 0.14 4.00 8.53 9.93 15. USA .20 5.22 0.50 0.27 2.24 2.41 0.3 18.80 0.17 .35 2.69 0.58 0.2 19.52 5. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1301A 0.5 1.40 0.64 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.6 1.3 1. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1301A Set Vacuum (Ps) BarG 0.15 1.83 10. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.61 0.08 13.2 21.27 5.66 0.87 0.43 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.60 0.79 0.69 7.72 0.3 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 0.97 7 0.90 0.55 0.54 2.00 Flow = 4.24 >0.30 0.41 8.96 0.41 2.56 0.35 0.4 1.14 8.6 19.53 0.74 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.62 14. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.36 0.16 0.16 6.87 12.28 8.27 14.73 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.89 0.82 0.81 0.90 0.32 0.18 0.99 9 0.492 NCMH 325 Groth Corporation.90 1. TX.54 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.67 0.05 9. 2000. a Continental Disc company.17 0.82 0.07 4.98 8 0.8 1.39 0.33 0.14 0.21 12.17 BarG Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.84 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .8 20.93 1.48 0.60 0.85 0.11 1.94 1 0.14 11. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.55 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.75 0.63 0.1 1.63 0.45 0.77 0.5 14.49 0.06 1.38 0.38 5.07 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 42% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 40 and column 2 “C” factor at 42% OV = 0.10 0.38 2.77 8.68 0.71 0.4 1.43 11.42 0.530 NCMH % OV = [(0.20 2.78 0.48 0.44 13.53 7.59 0.24 BARG Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.72 0.88 13.67 6.70 11.85 7.1 1.0 1. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.66 13.20 0.53 0.530 = 2.2 17.12 0.91 0.99 4.49 5.15 0.47 0.92 0.0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.33 5.13 0.88 0.11 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.92 4.6 1.55 x 4.19 0.6 17. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.8 16.31 2.51 0.0 18.83 4.80 0.67 0.51 0.86 9.85 0.70 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 0.62 0.57 0. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.44 5.83 0.4 15. Calculate over-vacuum 3.52 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.27 0.97 2 6 0.9 19.76 0.58 0.6 1.12 BarG Set Vacuum [Ps] 0.76 0.92 0.55 3. Stafford.29 0.64 0.6 1.87 0.49 2.70 0.9 1.66 0.96 12.24 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 2” 0.95 0.65 0.65 9.12)/0.35 7.68 0.55 Flow = 0.

5 oz/in2 to 12 PSIG Available in aluminum (type 356). TX. Viton ® and other seating diaphragms can be provided when required. Metal-to metal. This design also avoids vacuum buildup due to binding or clogging of the vent. MODEL 1360A MODEL 1361A 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. The Model 1360A may be side mounted on the tank body or piped in. Intake relief necessary under working conditions is achieved by a spring or weight loaded pallet in the valve housing. Stafford. stainless steel. GROTH. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. The Model 1360A reduces the possibility of tank damage and provides increased fire protection and safety. Superior performing Teflon® 1 seating diaphragms are standard to minimize sticking caused by resinous vapors and atmospheric moisture. MODEL 1360A SPECIAL FEATURES Model 1360A offers Groth’s special “cushioned air” seating. Buna-N. fiberglass and other materials VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1360A is used when vacuum relief is the only requirement. every Model 1360A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Groth Corporation. Valve size must be selected to meet required vacuum relief under operating and thermal conditions. Flow curves for vacuum relief are provided. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. The Model 1360A has a self draining housing body and drip rings to protect seating surfaces from condensate and freezing.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Model 1360A ■ ■ ■ Sizes 3” through 14” Vacuum settings 0. a Continental Disc company. carbon steel. USA 330 .

change model number. *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0.F. TX. W. Vac. W. USA . Set Vacuum Spring Loaded 2 Min. on carbon steel and stainless steel alloys.F. Set Vacuum Weight Loaded Max. 16 oz/in2 set with spacer. a Continental Disc company. (Aluminum) 3” (80 mm) 11 oz/in 8 ” 5/8 9 ” 1/4 7 ” 1/2 5 1/2 ” (140) 16 1/4 ” (413) 12 (6 kg) (48. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. drilling compatibility F. A Length (mm) B Height (mm) C Width (mm) E (mm) BB Height (mm) Approx. 150# R. Fiberglass dimensions on request. = Working Pressure.0 gm/cm ) 2 6” (150 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70.3 gm/cm ) 2 24 3/4 ” (629) 29 1/4 ” (742) 21” (533) 15” (381) 48 3/4 ” (1238) 118 (54 kg) W. set weights-Consult Factory.84 kg. Stafford. Setting † Min.3 gm/cm ) 2 20 3/4 ” (527) 25 3/4 ” (654) 19” (483) 12 1/2 ” (318) 45 3/8 ” (1153) 83 (38 kg) 14” (350 mm) † 16 oz/in2 (70.S.SPECIFICATIONS A B BB C E Specifications subject to change without notice.5 oz. /cm ) (0.20 gm.3 gm/cm ) 2 18” (457) 21 1/4 ” (539) 16” (406) 10 3/4 ” (273) 38” (965) 71 (32 kg) 12” (300 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 1360A Weight loaded 1361A Spring loaded 03" Thru 14" Pallet Material Seat Material * Body Material 1 3 5 6 7 Z 6 0 A Include maximum working pressure. Wt. When ordering steam jacket.F. Certified dimensions available upon request. Vac. * Stainless steel quides and stems are standard with aluminum and carbon steel bodies. Set Vacuum Weight Loaded Max. Size Flange Max. and no other options. Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.P. Stainless steel seats standard with carbon steel bodies. Groth Corporation. S./sq. include steam pressure / temperature. on aluminum and R.5 oz/in2 WEIGHT 2LOADED See TPD2 for Vacuum Settings and MAWP 10” (254) 11 1/2 ” (292) 9” (229) 6” (152) 19 3/4 ” (502) 17 (8 kg) 11” (279) 14 ” 1 } 4 11” (279) 6 1/2 ” (165) 24 5/8 ” (626) 23 (10 kg) (2. ‡ On spring loaded valves. 1 3 = = = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special 0 3 1 1 5 T 0 0 O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket S = Spacer H = Steam Jacket and Spacer Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special 331 NOTES 1 EXAMPLE Indicates a 3" Model 1360A with Aluminum Body and Seat. Setting vs. † Max. /cm ) (362) 8” (200 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. 316 SS Pallet.3 gm/cm ) 2 *0. in. setting. Include model number and setting when ordering. for Min. Lbs.P. For special options. consult factory.3 gm/cm ) 2 14 1/2 ” (368) 17 3/4 ” (451) 13 1/2 ” (343) 8 1/2 ” (216) 32 3/4 ” (832) 42 (19 kg) 10” (250 mm) 16 oz/in2 (70. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm .P.2 gm/cm ) 2 (219) (235) (191) 4” (100 mm) 13 oz/in2 12 PSIG SPRING LOADED VACUUM 2 (57. Ship.

44 0. Stafford.64 0.0 12.1 80. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.01 8. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .77 0.42 0.67 0.4 136 29.60 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.0 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 6” 8” 10” 12” 27.61 11.0 98.5 38.76 0.3 114 197 271 59.6 14.65 0.00 10.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.300 = 1.3 29.84 0.43 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.49 0.72 0.73 2.46 0.16 1.47 0.00 1.88 0.66 0.2 43.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.6 107 146 39.81 0.94 0.70 0.91 0.1 36. Read “C” factor from table 4.00 6.91 0.300 SCFH % OV = [(7 .75 0.31 3.89 0.74 0.8 23.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1360A Set Vacuum (Ps) In WC 0.93 8.68 0.87 0.80 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.92 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.4 59.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.5 27.88 0.57 0.66 0.46 0.0 171 297 407 92.0 49.78 0.1 20.0 15.9 20.3 12.93 0.00 1.00 2.82 0.61 0.58 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.50 0.78 0. 2000.52 0.84 0.97 6 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2. TX.4 4” 14.00 8.93 0.3 149 258 354 83.63 0.48 0.0 30.62 5.72 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0. USA 332 . If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.99 9 0.82 0.8 14.2 86.60 3.81 0.78 6.99 8 0.0 53.96 4 0.89 0.69 0.87 1.73 2.62 0.9 26.00 2.87 x 59.3 190 330 452 101 207 359 492 111 230 398 546 127 261 453 621 140 288 499 684 151 311 538 738 14” 182 195 257 276 314 337 361 388 472 542 603 657 728 829 913 985 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.56 0.75 0.98 7 0.97 5 0.1 13.61 0.0 Oz/Sq In 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1360A 4 In WC set vacuum [Ps] 7 In WC flowing vacuum [Pf] 1.00 Flow = 59.59 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.5 40.47 4.4 25.4 99.86 0.92 0.3 31.9 140 192 42.0 20. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.45 0.3 74. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.46 4. a Continental Disc company.95 2 0.73 0.56 0.4 44.52 0.3 122 212 291 72.64 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.00 3.59 0.8 15.68 0.83 0.73 0.87 Flow = 0.90 0.9 32.51 0.9 151 207 48.85 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.70 0.58 1.9 61.90 0.71 0.0 25.80 0.86 0.95 1 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.9 17.94 1.6 28.50 1.96 3 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3.591 SCFH Groth Corporation.9 171 235 51.4 17.55 0.50 0.8 22.66 11.54 0.8 15.85 0.53 0.3 80.5 106 184 252 55.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 3” 8.1 67.77 0.79 0.8 57.

83 0.5 27. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.90 0.86 0.79 10. Stafford.61 0.44 2.5 27.63 0.47 0.90 1.4 23.58 5.48 0.73 0.70 9.52 0.56 9.3 3.30 1.89 0.02 1.1 15.87 x 1.53 0.45 0.24 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 6” 8” 10” 12” 0.0 16.32 9.60 0.62 0.06 8.99 9 0.3 73.35 9.46 0.08 2.97 6 0.96 4 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3.53 0.58 0.7 17.14 7.59 0.55 0.66 3.65 1.8 3.90 0.78 10.80 3.88 0.78 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .31 12.07 1.4 2.85 3.51 0.49 7.1 4.94 1.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1360A Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 22 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 375 500 625 750 mb 2.06 2.4 20.92 0.98 7 0. 2000.1 24.63 0.84 0.56 0.68 0.81 0.444 NCMH 333 Groth Corporation.02 4.75 0.92 8. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.93 0.82 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.75 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.7 14” 5.16 4.43 1.0 13.2 15.77 1.81 6.98 1.7 2.42 0.660 = 1. a Continental Disc company.21 4” 0.6 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.0 61.77 0.76 0.86 0.23 0.58 0.50 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.97 5 0.64 13.56 0.2 16.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.05 1.61 0.63 0.8 12.95 2 0.91 0.1 20.67 0.88 2.91 8.66 0.95 1 0.81 5.74 0.6 22.0 19.54 0.76 0.78 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1360A 100 mm WC Set Vacuum [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.67 0.89 2. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.06 14.88 0.42 5.23 1.42 0.45 5. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.46 0.71 0.78 0.43 4.90 7.84 1.12 6.44 0.22 9.42 11.82 0.99 8 0.43 0.3 14. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.94 0.52 0.22 8.88 0.70 0.96 3 0.93 0.12 7.70 5.5 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 3” 0.2 25.18 2.55 7.69 0.59 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. USA .49 0.2 19.0 2.49 1.6 18.91 0.18 4.62 2.87 0.92 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.71 0.22 12.29 11.70 15.80 0.70 0.6 2. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.81 0.80 0. TX.77 12.61 9.21 5.85 0.2 14.13 1.97 5.2 2.34 0.79 0.89 0.66 0.72 0.87 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.65 0.16 1.64 0.77 0.87 Flow = 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.16 7.57 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.72 0.41 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.7 17. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.660 NCMH % OV = [(175 .78 8.8 49.78 1.81 0.4 36.37 1.84 0.73 0.74 0.48 0.32 4.0 29. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.4 3.1 13.64 0.00 Flow = 1.80 12.85 0.12 1. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.9 17.41 10.68 0.

94 1 0.2 27.8 30. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.2 131 296 486 747 77.00 Flow = 116.0 137 311 511 785 80.75 3.50 .96 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.33 0.50 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 3” 22.1 35.0 116 264 433 665 70.0 90.5 PSI 14” 689 720 748 775 801 825 880 928 971 1009 1042 1070 1095 1115 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.99 9 0.85 0.89 0.93 1.6 103 234 385 591 63. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.75 2.82 0. 2000.83 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.000 = 96. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OV = 0.5 140 317 520 799 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 3.69 0.65 0. a Continental Disc company.0 97.75 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1361A 2 PSIG set vacuum [Ps] 3.74 0.000 SCFH % OV = [(3. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.92 0. TX.00 1.39 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .48 0.63 0.92 0.00 3.2 204 336 516 54.27 0.82 0.20 1.8 126 287 471 723 75.51 0.3 134 304 500 767 79.83 x 116.72 0.67 0.57 0.30 1. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.38 0.85 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula.64 0.95 0.67 0.90 0.84 0.49 0.6 23.81 0.1 122 276 453 696 72.4 196 322 494 52.32 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.4 31. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. Read “C” factor from table 4.5 25.90 0. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.52 0.76 0. USA 334 .VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1361A Set Vacuum (Ps) PSIG 1.73 0.86 0.59 0.87 0.45 0.53 0.42 0.4 26.0)/2.280 SCFH Groth Corporation.58 0.30 0.8 213 349 536 56.71 0.55 0.76 0.61 0.36 0.29 0.56 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.91 0.0 93.47 0.68 0.8 100 227 374 574 59.66 0.98 8 0.80 0.35 0.0] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.79 0.62 0.1 35. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.25 2.8 33.5 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 49.1 34.83 Flow = 0.6 24.70 0.83 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.00 2.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.43 0.10 1.97 7 0. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%.88 0.50 >3. Stafford.77 0.96 0. Calculate over-vacuum 3.97 2 6 0.50 2.9 36.60 0.54 0.40 0.78 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.44 0.50 1.2 220 362 556 57.25 3.5 110 250 411 631 67.8 86.5 PSIG flowing vacuum [Pf] 1.80 0.87 0.0 28.2.72 0.50 0.40 1.

33 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.93 13.4 2.73 8.6 2.84 0.7 1.2 2.81 0.0.12)/0.21 15.83 0.76 0.67 0.76 0.72 0.9 23.9 2.74 9.62 14.23 3.86 8.92 0.96 0.47 0.87 0.55 Flow = 0.89 0.56 0.85 3.76 14. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.96 0.97 9.9 29.61 0.45 0.94 0.7 30.24 >0.39 0.9 27. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 42% Over-vacuum at intersection of row 40 and column 2 “C” factor at 42% OV = 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-vacuum.17 BarG Flowing Vacuum [Pf] 1.54 0.0 19.60 0.50 0.58 0.46 2.79 0.73 0.17 .06 9.72 11.3 2.64 0. Use linear interpolation if the set vacuum is not listed.12 13.12 0.99 9 0.74 0.4 1.44 0.39 14. If allowable over-vacuum is more than 100%. Stafford.71 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-vacuum according to the following example.32 0. Calculate the percentage over-vacuum by the following formula. Read flow capacity at set vacuum from table 2.80 8.6 24.49 0.200 = 1.86 0.38 0.4 20.07 3.63 0.18 0.97 2 6 0.3 22.31 7.7 1.91 0.66 0.41 7. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-vacuum directly from the table above.15 3.99 1. 2000.7 22.9 18.4 27.77 0.19 0.87 0.01 14.71 2.85 0.01 1.96 0.98 8 0.81 0.84 0.77 0.30 0.90 0.75 0.48 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OV = [(Pf .42 0.50 7.3 25.27 0.0 30.98 0.9 21. TX.66 0.91 3.78 3.72 12.12] x 100 = 42% “C” = 0.86 0.16 0.36 0.0 16.52 0.93 1.VACUUM RELIEF VALVE Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 1361A Set Vacuum (Ps) BarG 0.2 1.34 4.40 0.14 0.80 0.66 8.15 0.5 17.9 26.82 0.9 2.89 0.90 0.12 BarG Set Vacuum [Ps] 0.29 0.91 0.58 8.3 20.7 2.06 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 14” 1. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std. a Continental Disc company. Calculate over-vacuum 3.07 0.6 20.97 7 0.35 0.70 0.92 0.2 32.29 3.3 29.20 7.88 0.4 CONSULT FACTORY FOR VACUUM SETTINGS GREATER THAN 0.09 7. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-vacuum is less than 100%.17 0.85 0.96 3.00 11.24 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-vacuum (Double Set Vacuum) 3” 0.11 3.53 5.80 0.26 11.200 NCMH % OV = [(0.6 19.94 1 0.82 0.78 0.04 1.65 0.95 0.3 18.24 BARG Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.1 21.760 NCMH 335 Groth Corporation.53 0.7 31.59 0.8 2. USA .57 0.55 0.4 28.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.19 3.50 12.55 “C” Factor Table %OV 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.47 13.67 0.43 0.02 3.20 0. For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.13 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.6 1. Read “C” factor from table 4.1 23.62 0.00 Flow = 3.30 13.11 0.69 0.72 0.96 6.55 x 3. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 6” Model 1361A 0.68 0.10 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.22 0.51 0.

every Model 5000 Series is factory inspected to meet all critical requirements and special needs. TX. Weather hoods are easily removable for inspection of vent and wire mesh screen. MODEL 5100 SPECIAL FEATURES Model 5000 Series are built of corrosion resistant materials throughout. a Continental Disc company. Stafford. stainless steel and other materials High flow capacity FREE VENTS Model 5000 Series are designed to be used on tanks containing non-volatile liquids and on vent pipe extremities. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. USA 350 . MODEL 5000 GROTH. MODEL 5000 MODEL 5100 Groth Corporation.FREE VENTS Model 5000 ■ ■ ■ Sizes 2” through 12” Available in carbon steel. Groth Free Vents offer efficient flow capacity for the protection of the tank. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. A wire mesh screen prevents foreign matter from entering the tank or pipe opening.

EXAMPLE 5 0 0 0 0 2 3 O Indicates a 2" Model 5000 with Carbon Steel and no options. For special options. consult factory. Wt. a Continental Disc company. Size* Flange AA Width (Metric) 2” (51 mm) 101/4” (260) 67/8” (175) 8 (4 kg) 2” (51 mm) 91/2” (241) 53/8” (137) 11 (5 kg) 3” (76 mm) 141/2” (368) 91/4” (235) 20 (9 kg) 3” (76 mm) 111/2” (292) 513/16” (148) 14 (6 kg) 4” (102 mm) 183/4” (476) 113/8” (289) 35 (16 kg) 4” (102 mm) 13” (330) 65/16” (160) 18 (8 kg) 6” (152 mm) 267/8” (683) 1511/16” (398) 70 (32 kg) 6” (152 mm) 17” (432) 73/8” (187) 28 (13 kg) 8” (203 mm) 351/8” (892) 201/8” (511) 135 (61 kg) 8” (203 mm) 191/2” (495) 91/4” (235) 42 (19 kg) 10” (254 mm) 433/8” (1102) 24” (610) 235 (107 kg) 10” (254 mm) 231/2” (597) 105/8” (270) 60 (27 kg) 12” (305 mm) 517/8” (1318) 287/16” (722) 350 (159 kg) 12” (305 mm) 251/2” (648) 111/8” (283) 95 (43 kg) * Larger sizes available on special application. Lbs. (CS / SS) Approx. MODEL 5100 BB Height (Metric) Approx.SPECIFICATIONS A AA B BB MODEL 5000 Size* Flange A Width (Metric) B Height (Metric) Specifications subject to change without notice. Stafford. Certified dimensions available upon request. Wt. 351 Groth Corporation. USA . Lbs. Ship. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 5000 5100 O = No Options Z = Special Options 02" Thru 12" Body Material 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 SS Z = Special NOTES Include model number when ordering. Ship. TX.

2 70. 3.2 85.7 18.6 12.8 23.9 31. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.9 14.7 84.0 48.3 31.73 2.3 23.1000 Standard Cubic feet per Hour 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 0.inches W.1 51.0 20.47 4.7 18.8 34.7 3.1 43.6 14.2 23.67 8.2 56.4 97.6 70.3 46.5 89.0 22.9 56.5 24.FREE VENTS Model 5000 Flow Capacity Tank Pressure In W.6 25.2 19.2 121 140 157 192 221 248 271 293 313 332 349 366 382 78.7 17.0 80.1 93.7 14.31 3.3 49. a Continental Disc company. USA 352 .3 20. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.78 8. Oz/Sq In 2” Air Flow .5 63.72 5.C.17 9.1 26.34 10.7 7.5 49.5 28. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.9 99. 2.66 11.4 17.9 25. 12” 10” 8” Air Flow 1000 STD cubic feet per hour 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Pressure .0 28.6 40.62 5.2 111 135 156 192 221 247 303 349 390 427 461 493 523 551 577 603 112 159 194 224 275 317 354 434 501 560 613 662 707 750 790 828 864 1.5 57.9 16.2 28.6 40.8 40.44 10.16 1.7 21.34 4.4 111 128 143 156 169 180 191 201 211 220 49. Stafford.1 74.58 1. Groth Corporation. TX.9 21.8 36.5 12.0 35.7 54.4 32.6 79.9 90.4 12.78 6.1 69.C.

23 6.59 4.59 0.61 1. TX.6 24.65 0.37 5.82 10.07 5.62 8.80 14.11 3.69 0.54 3. a Continental Disc company.55 0.30 1.51 0.3 24.51 0.80 0.42 0.45 4.90 7.27 2.23 0.41 3.2 18.80 1.40 5.38 6.36 0.39 1.20 8” 1.29 0.0 13.27 0.81 4.24 2.77 1.96 7.38 1.74 5. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.03 1.30 0.36 0.1000 Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 3” 0.52 1.20 3.66 5.millimeters H2O 353 Groth Corporation.0 61.9 21. USA .87 1.59 4” 0.97 2.92 1.58 0.74 6” 0.50 2.97 2.0 13. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.2 16.3 1.7 10” 2. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.14 1.94 6.8 49.39 6.19 0.79 9.21 0.39 4.1 15.9 12” 3.8 98.72 Air Flow .3 73.13 0.35 9.41 0.94 2.50 0.30 7.22 1.72 8. Air Flow 1000 cubic meters per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Pressure .12 1.38 2.46 5.9 14.6 19.15 4.81 11. 2.2 23.10 2.0 12.2 14.7 17.41 2.96 12.22 8.66 0.94 4.45 1.62 0.62 2.01 1.1 22.59 1. 3.39 1.36 0.46 6.11 3.7 19.21 6.01 4.95 8. Stafford.0 110 123 135 147 2” 0.13 1.32 9.FREE VENTS Model 5000 Flow Capacity Tank Pressure mm H2O 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 375 500 625 750 875 1000 1125 1250 1375 1500 mb 2.63 0.41 5.47 0.38 1.3 10.5 36.79 3.09 0.5 16.91 9.5 85.7 15.71 0.50 9.16 0.

1000 Standard Cubic feet per Hour 3” 6.9 31.6 32. a Continental Disc company.1 66.5 40.5 32.5 18.6 12.73 2.92 4.C.68 10.4 132 161 186 227 262 292 355 407 452 491 527 559 589 616 641 665 1.1 23.6 29.2 23.63 10. 12” 10” Air Flow 1000 STD cubic feet per hour 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Vacuum .6 12.0 28.6 14.1 47.62 5.0 45.1 19.31 3.FREE VENTS Model 5000 Flow Capacity Tank Vacuum In W.8 34.2 26.1 91.47 4.inches W.3 58.4 69. 2.0 55.2 34.3 19.2 14.58 1.0 6” 23.4 63. Stafford.2 21.53 6. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation. 3.3 82.5 36.7 16.78 8.9 66.4 59.9 18.80 5.6 38.3 100 116 129 157 180 200 217 233 247 260 272 284 294 10” 65.78 3. 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Oz/Sq In 0.3 71.9 112 130 158 182 203 247 284 315 343 367 390 411 430 447 463 12” 93.76 7.6 41.5 72.4 14.1 13.4 17.3 75. TX.7 74.4 90.66 11. Groth Corporation.5 4” 10. USA 354 .0 25.9 17. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.6 17.7 2” 2.1 19.5 104 115 125 134 143 150 157 164 169 8” 41. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.6 29.0 43.11 8.4 57.C.16 1.5 14.8 33.9 40.6 15.3 42.1 26.9 51.8 Air Flow .79 8.3 20.

67 0.4 12.0 8.4 9.30 0.41 0.7 4.54 2.0 61.33 1.9 9.5 5.3 3.96 2.millimeters H2O 355 Groth Corporation.88 2.52 0.7 13.75 0.34 0.1000 Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 3” 0.04 2.6 7.7 8.77 1.17 0.7 16.83 0.6 13. TX.8 3.92 3.30 0.03 1.47 0.87 1.0 8.7 19.59 0.3 7.30 0.7 7.2 10.0 11.6 4.95 1.43 1.11 6” 0.42 0.6 24.72 0.34 0. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.48 0.51 0.24 3.3 73.13 0.0 11. Stafford.23 4.6 2.6 3.24 0.38 0. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.63 1.8 98.5 85.4 7.78 4.5 4. Air Flow 1000 cubic meters per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Vacuum .0 7.90 0.52 3.6 17.60 4. 3. a Continental Disc company.01 4.42 0.6 4.65 0.3 10” 1.77 8” 1.8 14.54 0.0 2.3 2.1 6.56 1.4 5.18 1.6 12.56 Air Flow .7 1.2 1.2 6.49 0.09 2.8 2.8 49. USA .13 1.3 18.13 1.FREE VENTS Vacuum Relief Capacity Model 5000 Tank Vacuum mm H2O 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 375 500 625 750 875 1000 1125 1250 1375 1500 mb 2. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.1 5.6 10.4 8.97 1.16 0.0 18.8 15.44 0.54 0. 2.19 0.24 0.29 1.83 0.67 1.08 1.5 5.6 3.42 4.2 3.0 8.22 0.1 12.08 0.9 7.6 6.5 36.3 11.92 1.11 0.1 5.8 14.16 1.22 4” 0.0 110 123 135 147 2” 0.0 12” 2.

47 4.8 56.3 55.6 14.4 55.5 64.35 6.5 26. Stafford.6 61.FREE VENTS Model 5100 Flow Capacity Tank Pressure In W.3 20. Groth Corporation.1 26.66 11.8 101 106 110 6” 32.5 78.9 20.9 31.55 7.4 95.3 20.16 1.5 97. 3.6 27.31 3.0 28.8 14.62 5. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.6 20.4 64.32 11.8 28.3 24. USA 356 .3 84. a Continental Disc company.4 112 138 159 178 217 251 281 307 332 354 376 396 415 433 10” 88.8 25.56 9. 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Oz/Sq In 0.7 35.6 125 154 177 217 251 280 343 396 442 484 523 559 592 624 654 683 12” 127 180 220 254 311 359 402 492 568 634 695 750 801 850 895 938 980 1.0 71.2 41.6 58. 12” 10” 8” Air Flow 1000 STD cubic feet per hour 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Pressure .3 26.inches W.0 14.7 2” 3.1 4” 14.78 8.2 23.5 45.C.7 22.2 79.9 29.78 5.2 37.1 52.1 64.6 90.C.3 32.58 1.7 12.6 16. 2.5 49.4 16.4 23.4 45. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.1 40.8 34.9 18.4 91.8 79.73 2. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.3 23.5 45. TX.26 10.2 Air Flow .1000 Standard Cubic feet per Hour 3” 8.7 102 125 145 162 177 191 204 217 228 239 250 8” 56.4 17.

5 36.18 0.70 0.47 4. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.64 11.41 0.23 2.6 11.82 Air Flow .2 12” 3.7 16.1 11.87 4.65 1.58 2.09 6. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.05 6.FREE VENTS Model 5100 Flow Capacity Tank Pressure mm H2O 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 375 500 625 750 875 1000 1125 1250 1375 1500 mb 2.0 17.1000 Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 3” 0.91 1. USA .90 1.06 7.4 27.84 2.17 1.75 0.73 1.4 19.23 2.67 0.32 10.20 2.71 0.14 1.4 13.53 4.41 0.5 85.04 1.0 10.57 0.57 0.88 3.38 1. Stafford.11 7.57 5.97 3. Air Flow 1000 cubic meters per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Pressure -millimeters H2O 357 Groth Corporation.30 0.88 8.0 110 123 135 147 2” 0.23 0.10 7.35 9.80 14.11 6” 0.5 1.90 7.75 10.8 49.74 3.14 8.58 0.5 21.47 1.01 2.73 7.66 0.1 22.98 6.07 4.33 0.80 4” 0.58 2.63 9.47 0.63 0.38 2. 2.5 18.34 0.74 0.2 10” 2.29 1.7 12. 3.8 16.15 0.99 1.9 25. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.42 6.31 4.8 19.1 12.6 17.6 14.47 0.45 4.1 11.19 7.04 7.99 6.21 0.02 8” 1.81 0.40 0.3 73.49 3.6 24.7 19.28 1.78 0.54 2.7 15.56 1.0 61.3 13.11 0.53 0. TX.16 3.2 26.69 2.56 1.52 4.98 5.55 4.74 6.5 23.8 98.27 1. a Continental Disc company.26 0.38 5.87 9.82 2.58 1.80 2.

0 25.62 5.0 65.6 82.3 20.2 37.6 114 127 138 148 157 165 173 180 186 8” 45.4 46.58 1.5 35. TX.28 6. Groth Corporation.0 21.5 29.1 76.9 40.3 18.47 4.56 9.2 52.3 20.2 32.0 23.16 1.2 63.4 16.9 31.5 6” 26.06 4.6 14.1 17.8 16.5 111 127 142 173 198 220 239 256 272 286 300 312 323 10” 71.49 11.6 13.4 81.4 79.4 37.inches W.09 7.5 56.1 78.4 17.8 Air Flow .1 28.6 101 124 143 174 201 224 272 312 347 377 404 429 452 473 492 510 12” 103 145 177 205 250 288 321 390 448 497 541 580 615 648 678 705 731 1.3 19.1 26.4 64.66 11.8 21.5 90. USA 358 .73 2. 1 2 3 4 6 8 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 Oz/Sq In 0.4 69.1 61.C.0 45. 3.4 20.55 11. Stafford.FREE VENTS Model 5100 Flow Capacity Tank Vacuum In W.4 18.3 42.3 14.32 5. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.2 23. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.31 3.2 21.6 16.4 44.72 9.8 34. 2.78 8.0 50.C. Air Flow 1000 STD cubic feet per hour 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Vacuum .2 47. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.7 2” 3.3 32. a Continental Disc company.8 4” 11.2 44.5 36.4 73.1000 Standard Cubic feet per Hour 3” 6.8 99.7 73.6 13.0 28.44 8.

8 49.88 4.80 2. Flow measurement accuracy verified by an independent research organization.54 0.15 0.45 4.53 0.0 12.7 19.79 0.0 110 123 135 147 2” 0.84 3.02 1.33 0.1000 Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 3” 0.5 36.09 9.65 8.71 1.1 12.30 1.54 3.millimeters H2O 359 Groth Corporation.52 0.12 0.28 1.33 0.78 9.38 0.5 85.35 4” 0.25 8” 1. USA .21 2.17 0.58 1.42 0.57 0.48 4.06 5.59 0. 2.49 0.06 8.0 61.89 4.24 0.19 0.65 8.21 3.56 0.91 1.06 2.04 1.29 7. Flow facility and equipment comply with API 2000.46 0.85 5.24 1.3 17.25 1.02 11.65 0.21 7.7 13.08 4.65 4.11 3.8 14.56 3.72 0.3 13.58 3.84 1. Air Flow 1000 cubic meters per hour at 0°C 12” 10” 8” 6” 4” 3” 2” Tank Vacuum .FREE VENTS Model 5100 Flow Capacity Tank Vacuum mm H2O 25 50 75 100 150 200 250 375 500 625 750 875 1000 1125 1250 1375 1500 mb 2.18 6.10 10” 2.07 1.6 24.78 9.95 2.86 5.1 19.30 2.06 2.64 6.33 0.80 3.6 1.01 2.19 1.99 5. Flow capacity is based on actual tests and certified by Groth Corporation.75 7.6 11.8 98.99 4.27 1.13 1.41 4.3 73.90 5.79 2.3 18.61 Air Flow .80 14.9 20.59 0.3 12” 2.4 12.37 0. Stafford.42 1.74 1.47 1.72 7.6 14. a Continental Disc company.0 15.01 4. 3. TX.27 0.16 4.2 19.90 7.15 2.32 6” 0.2 16.45 0.00 1.27 0.46 0.43 8.35 9.82 0.24 2.57 6.74 10.91 1.21 0.09 0.02 8.

a Continental Disc company. TX. every Model 6000 Series is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. GROTH. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Stafford. USA 360 . stainless steel. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery.GAUGE HATCH Model 6000 ■ ■ Sizes 4” through 10” Constructed in aluminum. The Model 6100 incorporates a positive cover hold down which assures a premium tight seal on tanks with internal pressures up to 3 PSIG. carbon steel. Available in free lift or lock downcover Designed to assure uniform seating ■ ■ GAUGE HATCH Model 6000 Series provide access for gauging or obtaining product samples from storage tanks. MODEL 6100 MODEL 6000 Groth Corporation. This model permits the use of both hands during gauging or sampling. The Model 6000 also provides pressure relief as emergency venting. Groth’s special “cushioned-air” seating or metal-to-metal seatings available. Gravity will close the cover upon removal of pressure on the foot treadle. Model 6100 offers lock down capability. Gasketed covers are recommended on tanks with high pressure settings. and additional materials. MODEL 6100 SPECIAL FEATURES Model 6000 Series is designed with a serrated foot treadle surface to avoid foot slippage when opening.

(Aluminum) 7 (3 Kg) 6” (152 mm) 121/2” (318) 8” (203) 10 (5 Kg. Size 4” (102 mm) A Width (Metric) 10” (254) B Height (Metric) 6” (152) Approx.N. consult factory.S. 361 Groth Corporation. a Continental Disc company. change model number to 6100. Certified dimensions available upon request. drilling compatibility. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.S. carbon steel and stainless steel alloys. F. Lbs. on aluminum.I.F.) 8” (203 mm) 15” (381) 8” (203) 13 (6 Kg) 10” (254 mm) ‡ 173/4” (451) 9” (229) 17 (8 Kg) When gauge hatch includes the lock down feature. USA .SPECIFICATIONS B B A A Specifications subject to change without notice. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 6000 6100 04" Thru 10" Material 1 3 5 Z = = = = Aluminum Carbon Steel 316 SS Special Include model number when ordering. † 150 # A.N.I. O = No Options Z = Special Options D = Drilled 150 # A. TX. Teflon® 1 Diaphragm. Drilled Flange and no other options. For special options. Ship Wt. Stafford. U = Undrilled Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® M = Metal-to-Metal Z = Special 1 T D 0 NOTES EXAMPLE 6 0 0 0 0 4 Indicates a 4" Model 6000 with Aluminum material.

TX. Available in free lift cover Set 2 oz/in2 in free lift design 150# ANSI Flat Face drilled flange GAUGE HATCH Model 6200 provides access for gauging or obtaining product samples from storage tanks.GAUGE HATCH Model 6200 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Low Cost Design Size 8” Constructed in aluminum (type 356) with Buna-N seat insert. Stafford. The Model 6200 also provides pressure relief as emergency venting. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. MODEL 6200 Groth Corporation. every Model 6200 is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Optional seals are available. MODEL 6200 SPECIAL FEATURES Models 6200 will stay in the full open position which will permit the use of both hands during gauging or sampling. Units are mass produced in type 356 aluminum cover and base with a BunaN seat insert. USA 370 . GROTH. a Continental Disc company.

N.S. Certified dimensions available upon request. Lbs. Teflon seal not available NOTES Include model number when ordering. change model number to 6300. USA . Stafford. consult factory. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 6200 08" O = No Options Z = Special Options Material 1 = Aluminum Diaphragm Material (Seat): B = Buna-N* (Insert) V = Viton® * Buna-N is Standard.SPECIFICATIONS B A Specifications subject to change without notice. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. TX. Ship. For special options. (kg) 10 (5) ‡ When gauge hatch includes the lock down feature. 371 Groth Corporation. a Continental Disc company. EXAMPLE 6 2 0 0 0 8 1 B 0 Indicates a 8" Model 6200 with Aluminum material. † 150 # flat face A. drilling compatibility. Buna-N insert. Size 8” (200) A Width (mm) 131/2” (343) B Height (mm) 31/2” (89) Approx.I. Wt.

2050A Emergency Pressure Relief Valves • 2100 Emergency Pressure Relief Valves • 2400A.SECTION 4 EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVES 2000A. 2450A Emergency Pressure Relief Valves • 2500A Pilot-Operated Emergency Relief Valves • .

5 . a Continental Disc company. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. A restraining cable connects the head and flange and also serves as a grounding cable. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. MODEL 2050A (PRESSURE & VACUUM) SPECIAL FEATURES Model 2000A is built of corrosion resistant materials throughout.16 oz/in2 Vacuum settings 0. every Model 2000A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. ” 20” and 24” Pressure settings 1. As excessive pressure builds up. fiberglass and other materials Easy access manway combined with emergency relief. Stafford. USA 400 .5m Groth Corporation. 2002. GROTH. MODEL 2050A 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. The valve protects the tank against rupture or explosion that could result from excessive internal pressures caused by fire.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 2000A ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 16. MODEL 2000A (PRESSURE) ■ EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 2000A is designed to provide emergency relief capacity beyond that furnished by the normal operating pressure relief valve on the tank.4 oz/in2 Available in carbon steel. then reseats when over pressure has been dissipated. Removable stops can be provided which restrict the lift of the cover. June. Model 2000A relieves.qxd. Groth’s special Teflon ® 1 “cushioned air” pallet and peripheral guiding insures proper alignment and integrity of seating.5 . MODEL 2000A Section 4:400-423. 2. stainless steel. etc. TX. Model 2050A incorporates a vacuum breaker.

5 oz/in2 (2. (kg) (At min.1 oz/in2 (9.S. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 2000A Pressure only 2050A Pressure/vacuum 16" 20" 24" * Material 3 5 6 7 Z = = = = = Carbon Steel 316 SS Vinyl Ester Resin Furan Special NOTES Include model number and setting when ordering. setting) 16” (400 mm) 2. Size* Max. Vacuum Setting is 4 oz.9 oz/in2 (8.8 mbar) 23 1/2 ” (597) 11” (279) 62 (28) 20” (500 mm) 1.I.I. Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. (kg) (At min.N.9 mbar) 16 oz/in2 (69 mbar) 27 1/2 ” (699) 11” (279) 88 (40) 24” (600 mm) 1. * Seat material on Carbon Steel base is 316 S. TX.50 oz/in2 (6.5 mbar) 32” (813) 11” (279) 114 (52) MODEL 2050A Minimum Setting Pressure Vacuum Weight Loaded Spring Loaded Specifications subject to change without notice. For special options. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. 650 drilled Diaphragm material (seat) B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special T 1 J 0 EXAMPLE 1 A 2 0 5 indicates a 20" Model 2000A with 316 SS Material. ANSI 150# Drilled./sq.80 oz/in2 (7. Ship.6 oz/in2 (11. Steam Jacket and no other options.2 mbar) ▲ 32” (813) 17 3/4 ” (451) 120 (55) * 150# A. 401 Groth Corporation.S. Max. USA . or API 650 drilling compatibility.2 mbar) 23 1/2 ” (597) 17 3/4 ” (451) 69 (31) 20” (500 mm) 2. in. Weight Lbs. setting) 16” (400mm) 1. Certified dimensions available upon request. Ship. A Width (mm) B Height† (mm) Approx.S. When ordering steam jacket.2 mbar) 8 oz/in2 (34. Weight Lbs.I. consult factory. Settings Pressure▲ Weight Loaded A Width (mm) BB Height Closed (mm) Approx.N. weld overlay 2 0 0 0 O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket 1 = A. 150# drilled 2 = A. Stafford. Certified dimensions available upon request. Fiberglass dimensions on request. Maximum pressure setting on 16” size = 4 oz/sq.1 mbar) 0. a Continental Disc company.SPECIFICATIONS MODEL 2000A Size* Minimum Pressure Setting Weight Loaded Maximum Pressure Setting Weight Loaded Specifications subject to change without notice.60 oz/in2 (6. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm.5 mbar) 27 1/2 ” (699) 17 3/4 ” (451) 95 (43) 24” (600 mm) 1.P. “Caution” — See IOM when mounting to API 650 flange. in. include steam pressure/temperature.

86 0.73 1.89 0.81 0.8 12. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.85 0. USA .00 2.99 7 0.98 1. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.83 0.95 0.19 3. TX.9 8.76 0.82 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf . Calculate flow capacity “C” Factor Table .91 0.90 0.91 0.00 Type Flow = 829.84 0.74 0.86 0.31 4.87 0.92 0. Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure/Vacuum) 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 2050 16” Pressure 20” Pressure 24” Pressure All Vacuum Only 65 Use 91 “C” Factor 422 668 970 Chart 454 718 1043 on 487 771 1120 129 Page 412 524 829 1204 for 545 862 1252 Vacuum Flow 585 926 1345 597 944 1371 157 689 1090 1583 180 843 1334 1937 973 1539 2236 1087 1720 2498 1190 1883 2735 1284 2033 2952 1372 2172 3154 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.550 SCFH 2000A 2050A ✔ ✔ ✔ 402 Pressure Vacuum Groth Corporation.99 5 0.0 27.88 0.93 4.91 0.90 0.93 0.95 0.85 0.72 0.80 0.98 2 0.99 4 0.97 0.72 0. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 20” Model 2000A 4 In WC set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC flowing pressure [Pf] 1.00 17.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.50 * 1.60 1.98 1 0.73 3.2 14.Pressure Only %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.75 0.97 0. consult factory for other settings.70 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.000 = 787.46 2.94 0.96 0.75 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.73 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table. 2000.50 5.88 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.98 3 0.74 0.99 6 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure. Note: Vacuum capacity is modified using the “C” factor on page 412.82 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.0 20.95 x 829.96 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.7 16.92 0.33 2.98 1.95 0.79 0.77 0.00 1.94 0.77 0.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2000A Set Pressure/Vacuum (Ps) In WC Oz/Sq In 0.71 0. a Continental Disc company.92 0.94 0.00 13.97 0.90 0.78 0.0 24.96 0.79 0.93 0.89 0.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .95 0.4 6.89 5.97 0.93 0.00 2. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.00 * 6.87 0.00 * 2.93 0.87 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.80 0.81 0.00 * 10.94 0.00 * 4.0 * Standard vacuum settings. Calculate over-pressure 3.76 0.92 0.95 Flow = 0.93 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.91 0.99 8 0.78 0.00 9 0.83 0.96 0. Stafford.73 0.94 0.91 0.95 0.84 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.97 0.96 0.92 0. Vacuum flow rating applies only to Model 2050A.3 10.90 0.71 0.95 Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.50 3.

86 0.5 27.1 * Standard vacuum settings. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.Pressure Only %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.3 33.6 38.93 0.08 for 20.81 0.76 0.96 0.77 0.94 0. TX.93 0.98 1.95 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.9 176 17.94 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.96 0.98 1.88 0.8 Vacuum Flow 23.83 0.16 44 4. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 20” Model 2000A 100 mm WC Set Pressure [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.74 0.90 0.91 0.8 53.6 * * * * * Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure/Vacuum) 1000 Standard Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 2050 16” Pressure 20” Pressure 24” Pressure All Vacuum Only 1.94 0.95 x 23.42 413 19.94 0.90 0.00 9 0.4 35.98 3 0.5 67.96 0.9 56.91 0.92 0.97 0.70 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.94 0. consult factory for other settings.99 4 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.6 250 24.9 4.9 5.63 Chart 14.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.95 0.5 43.82 0.91 0.92 0.73 0.2 29.3 200 19.97 0.71 0.4 350 34. Read “C” factor from table 4. a Continental Disc company.135 NCMH 2000A 2050A ✔ ✔ ✔ Pressure Vacuum 403 Groth Corporation.91 0.93 0.9 44.95 Flow = 0.76 0.77 0. 2000.73 0. Vacuum flow rating applies only to Model 2050A. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .7 3.97 0.00 Type Flow = 23. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.9 82.82 0.87 0.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2000A Set Pressure/Vacuum (Ps) mm WC mb 22 2.58 “C” Factor 13.72 0.86 0. Stafford. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.97 0.95 0.91 0.75 0.89 0.80 132 12.99 6 0.84 0.84 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.8 700 68.31 88 8.98 2 0.83 Use 2. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.300 NCMH % OP = [(175 . Note: Vacuum capacity is modified using the “C” factor on page 413.4 89.78 0.74 0.8 51. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.5 30.9 47.97 0.5 63.9 75.78 0.2 500 49.100)/100] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.8 61.85 0.98 1 0.80 0.300 = 22.75 0.63 100 9.99 7 0.99 5 0.2 36.87 0.92 0.90 0.93 0.5 32.3 400 39.88 0.96 0.9 31.8 21.79 0.80 0. USA .72 0.5 40.81 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.7 23.9 26.3 58. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.95 “C” Factor Table .96 0.93 0.90 0.85 0.71 0. Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.83 0.8 38. Calculate over-pressure 3.0 600 58.99 8 0.95 0.89 0.92 0.95 0.92 0.4 46.5 300 29.4 25.8 32.8 on Page 16.79 0.

etc. Stafford. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. It is designed with independently adjustable springs which load the cover and keep the valve tightly sealed until emergency relief is required. Model 2100 relieves. a Continental Disc company.” 20” and 24” Pressure settings 1 .15 PSIG Available in carbon steel. MODEL 2100 SPECIAL FEATURES Model 2100 is built of corrosion resistant materials throughout. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. Model 2100 features Viton® seating to insure a tight seal. GROTH. stainless steel and other materials Unique design – spring loaded cover EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 2100 is designed to provide emergency relief capacity beyond that furnished by the normal operating pressure relief valve on the tank. Model 2100 is designed to be self-closing. USA 410 . Groth Corporation. The Valve protects the tank against rupture or explosion that could result from excessive internal pressures caused by fire. As excessive pressure builds up. then reseats when the overpressure has been dissipated. TX.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE ■ ■ ■ ■ Model 2100 Sizes 16. every Model 2100 is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs.

2 1 0 NOTES 3 5 8 Z = = = = Carbon Steel 316 SS Hastelloy Special O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket 1 = A. ANSI 150# Drilled.) (At max. * Seat material on Carbon Steel base is 316 Stainless Steel weld overlay.03 bar) 36 ” 3/4 23” (584) 335 (152) 500 (227) (933) 24” (600 mm) 40 ” 3/4 27” (686) 420 (190) 670 (304) (1035) * 150# A.S. a Continental Disc company. 411 Groth Corporation. or API 650 drilled Flange option HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.SPECIFICATIONS Specifications subject to change without notice.N. For special options. When ordering steam jacket.P. TX. 150# drilled 2 = A.) 16” (400 mm) 36 ” 3/4 23” (584) 310 (141) 490 (223) (933) 20” (500 mm) 1 PSIG (69 mbar) 15 PSIG (1. set.I. Steam Jacket and no other options. Stafford. Viton® Seat O-Ring.N. 650 drilled O-Ring Material (Seat)# B = Buna-N V = Viton® Z = Special 5 V 1 J 0 EXAMPLE 0 2 0 indicates a 20" Model 2100 with 316 SS Material. Size* Flange (Metric) Minimum Setting Pressure Spring Loaded Maximum Setting Pressure Spring Loaded A Width (mm) B Height (mm) Approx. # Teflon O-ring not available. consult factory. drilling compatibility.S.I. Shipping Weight Lbs. set. include steam pressure/temperature. Certified dimensions available upon request. (kg) (At min.I. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 2100 16" 20" 24" * Material Include model number and setting when ordering. USA .

modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.76 0.98 8 0.93 1.36 0.27 0.95 0.73 0.49 0.55 0.60 0.69 0.97 2 6 0.53 0.877. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.87 0.89 0.84 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.80 0.42 0. a Continental Disc company.97 7 0.00 9.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.67 0.61 0.40 0.75 0.00 5. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.557.83 x 1. TX.96 0.86 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.0 13.87 0.92 0.71 0.82 0. Stafford.72 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.62 0.43 0.0 15.77 0.00 4. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .82 0.83 Flow = 0.85 0.72 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.67 0.64 0.76 0.81 0. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.92 0.54 0.63 0.29 0.85 0.00 7.99 9 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.00 8.0 14.59 0. Calculate flow capacity Flow = 1.79 0.00 Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 20” Model 2100 4 PSIG set pressure [Ps] 7 PSIG flowing pressure [Pf] 1.910 SCFH Groth Corporation.68 0.90 0.33 0.78 0.47 0.0 11.50 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.83 0.58 0. USA 412 .30 0.35 0.66 0.96 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.39 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.0 12.32 0.877.74 0.94 1 0.88 0.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .56 0.48 0.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2100 Set Pressure (Ps) PSIG 1.91 0.38 0.51 0.00 3.44 0.00 10. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.000 = 1.90 0.00 6.57 0.0 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 16” 609 857 1045 1201 1337 1458 1568 1669 1763 1851 1934 2012 2087 2158 2226 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 20” 952 1340 1633 1877 2089 2278 2450 2608 2755 2893 3022 3145 3261 3372 3478 24” 1371 1930 2352 2704 3009 3282 3529 3757 3969 4167 4353 4530 4697 4857 5010 Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.52 0.45 0.80 0.00 2.65 0.70 0.

3 87.9 64.7 BarG Flowing Pressure [Pf] 1.50 0.73 0.5 51.95 0.83 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.85 0.62 0.39 0.60 0.49 0. Calculate flow capacity Flow = 64.92 0.9 41.70 0.3 60.69 0.900 = 53.65 0.55 0.67 0.33 0.2 24” 39.89 0.6 99.36 0.72 0.7 33.8 29.10 0.64 0.68 0.98 8 0.7 . Calculate over-pressure 3. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .1 48.0. Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.867 NCMH 413 Groth Corporation.6 58.2 25.50 0.9 68. a Continental Disc company.70 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.25 0.5 84.4)/0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.78 0.5 63.76 0.8 74.77 0.4 46.90 0.90 0.71 0.4 BarG Set Pressure [Ps] 0.93 1.30 0.6 94.52 0.5 81.67 0.99 9 0.00 Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 20” Model 2100 0.43 0.83 Flow = 0.38 0.1 75.53 0.8 56.1 66.9 47.6 72.90 1.900 NCMH % OP = [(0.30 0.45 0.5 43.66 0.29 0.5 93. TX.45 0.2 38.85 0.8 33.4 78.51 0.60 0.92 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.86 0.48 0.94 3 4 5 •••Consult Factory••• 0.2 53.2 50.4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.61 0.40 0.1 36. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.55 0.3 98.20 0.72 0.84 0.97 2 6 0.4 1000 Standard Cubic Meters per Hour at 0°C 20” 27.56 0.75 0.82 0. Stafford.3 89.35 0.07 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.88 0.74 0.44 0.57 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.96 0.97 7 0.58 0.6 104 108 113 121 129 136 143 Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. USA .80 0.40 0.80 0.80 0.1 40.63 0. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.87 0.9 46.83 x 64.82 0.76 0.59 0.00 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure) 16” 17.96 0. Read “C” factor from table 4. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.87 0.47 0.9 57.6 60.79 0.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2100 Set Pressure (Ps) BarG 0.8 21.42 0.83 0.15 0.91 0.32 0.35 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.54 0.94 1 0.81 0.27 0.

etc.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 2400A ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Sizes 16”. Model 2450A incorporates a vacuum breaker.5 . Counter weights are available for lower settings. MODEL 2400A (PRESSURE) SPECIAL FEATURES Series 2400A is built of corrosion resistant material throughout. Series 2400A is designed to be self-closing. every Series 2400A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. 20” and 24” Pressure settings 1. then reseats when over pressure has been dissipated.8 oz/in2 Vacuum settings 0. MODEL 2400A GROTH. As excessive pressure builds up. Series 2400A relieves. stainless steel and other materials Easy access manway combined with emergency relief MODEL 2450A PRESSURE/VACUUM EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Series 2400A is designed to provide emergency relief capacity beyond that furnished by the normal operating pressure/vacuum relief of valve on the tank. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. TX. Stafford.4 oz/in2 Hinged with lift stop for positive reseating Available in carbon steel. USA 420 . THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Groth Corporation. The valve protects the tank against rupture or internal pressures caused by fire exposure. a Continental Disc company. MODEL 2450A 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. Groth’s special Teflon® 1 “cushioned air” pallet provides integrity of seating.5 .

Weight Lbs. Size * Maximum Setting Pressure Weight Loaded A Width (mm) B Height (At max. ANSI 150# Drilled. Vacuum Setting is 4 oz.5 mbar) 28 3/4 ” (730) 11” (279) 22 1/2 ” (572) 98 (45) 24” (600 mm) 1. 421 Groth Corporation. Ship. A Width (mm) Closed BB Height (mm) Open Approx.8 oz/in2 (7. Steam Jacket and no other options. USA .N.0 oz/in (8.6 mbar) 23 1/2 ” (597) 20 1/2 ” (521) 72 (33) 20” (500 mm) 1. in.2 mbar) 8 oz/in2 (34.5 oz/in2 on special application.6 mbar) 23 1/2 ” (597) 24 1/2 ” (622) 79 (36) 20” (500 mm) 2./sq.I. Minimum pressure setting 1.5 oz/in2 (2.3 mbar) 33 1/4 ” (845) 24 1/2 ” (622) 124 (56) MODEL 2450A Standard Setting Size * Pressure †** Weight Loaded Vacuum Spring Loaded Maximum Setting Pressure▲ Weight Loaded Specifications subject to change without notice. 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 SS Z = Special O = No Options Z = Special Options O = No Jacket J = Steam Jacket 1 = A. Ship. (kg) (At min. Max. Weight Lbs. * Seat material on a carbon steel base is type 316 Stainless Steel weld overlay. or API 650 drilling compatibility. consult factory.0 oz/in2 (8. include steam pressure/temperature. When ordering steam jacket. setting) (mm) Closed Open Approx.7 oz/in2 (7. Certified dimensions available upon request. in.6 mbar) † 2 ▲ 33 ” 1/4 27 ” 1/2 130 (59) (845) (699) * 150# A.7 oz/in2 (11. Maximum pressure setting on 16” size = 4 oz/sq. For special options. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. “Caution” — See IOM when mounting to API 650 flange.I.5 mbar) 28 3/4 ” (730) 18 1/2 ” (470) 26” (661) 105 (48) 24” (600 mm) 2. Fiberglass dimensions on request.I.8 mbar) 8 oz/in2 (34. Stafford. **Minimum pressure setting 1.SPECIFICATIONS MODEL 2400A Standard Setting Pressure Weight Loaded † Specifications subject to change without notice. (kg) (At min.3 oz/in (9.0 oz/in on special application.S. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. 150# drilled 2 = A.N. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL OPTIONS 2400A Pressure only 2450A Pressure/vacuum 16" 20" 24" * Material NOTES Include model number and setting when ordering. setting) 16” (400 mm) 2.P. 650 drilled Diaphragm Material (Seat) B = Buna-N T = Teflon® 1 V = Viton® Z = Special 5 T 1 J 0 EXAMPLE 2 4 0 0 A 2 0 indicates a 20" Model 2400A with 316 SS Material.S. setting) 16” (400 mm) 2. TX.9 mbar) 0. Certified dimensions available upon request. a Continental Disc company. Teflon® 1 Seat Diaphragm.

Note: Vacuum capacity is modified using the “C” factor on page 412.78 0.000 SCFH % OP = [(7 .99 8 0.85 0.96 0.96 0. Vacuum flow rating applies only to Model 2450A.50 5.95 0.82 0.00 6.90 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.75 0.92 0.80 0.81 0. Stafford.90 0.90 0.9 8.94 0.550 SCFH 2400A 2450A ✔ ✔ ✔ 422 Pressure Vacuum Groth Corporation. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.88 0.74 0.84 0.90 0.91 0.50 1.60 1.92 0. USA .98 1. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.75 0.89 0.73 3.78 0.83 0.71 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.97 0.85 0.94 0.73 0.83 0.31 4.4)/4] x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.00 2. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.94 0.98 3 0.00 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure/Vacuum) 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 2450 16” Pressure 20” Pressure 24” Pressure All Vacuum# Only 65 Use 91 “C” Factor 422 668 970 Chart 454 718 1043 on 487 771 1120 129 Page 412 524 829 1204 for 545 862 1252 Vacuum Flow 585 926 1345 597 944 1371 157 689 1090 1583 180 843 1334 1937 973 1539 2236 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.73 1.79 0.96 0.98 1.86 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 20” Model 2400A 4 In WC Set pressure [Ps] 7 In WC Flowing pressure [Pf] 1.00 13.70 0. a Continental Disc company.99 6 0.00 4.77 0.97 0.92 0.84 0.97 0.00 Type Flow = 829.00 2.76 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.73 0.93 4. 2000.00 10.92 0.93 0.19 3. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.88 0.86 0.95 0. Calculate flow capacity Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2400A Set Pressure/Vacuum (Ps) In WC Oz/Sq In 0.96 0. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.72 0.93 0.91 0.94 0.92 0.77 0. TX.74 0.00 2.89 0.89 5.99 5 0.98 1 0.99 4 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.82 0.72 0.76 0.00 9 0.81 0.46 2.97 0.94 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%. Calculate over-pressure 3.95 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0.00 1.93 0.91 0.95 0. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed. Read “C” factor from table 4.99 7 0.95 0.000 = 787.80 0.95 0.50 3.95 Flow = 0.87 0.87 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula. # Other vacuum settings available on special order.96 0.71 0.91 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .79 0.33 2.93 0.93 0.91 0.95 x 829.4 6.87 0.97 0.98 2 0.

96 0. Read “C” factor from table 4.5 43.97 0.78 0. consult page TPD1 or your Groth Representative.97 0.7 3.95 0.84 0.5 63.88 0.8 on Page 16.75 0.9 4.90 0.77 0.73 0.90 0.300 NCMH % OP = [(175 .80 0. modify the flow capacity using the appropriate “C” factor from the table.99 6 0.93 0. Note: Vacuum capacity is modified using the “C” factor on page 413.72 0. 2000.80 132 12.80 0.6 250 24.95 0.94 0.91 0.3 Air Flow Capacity at 100% Over-pressure (Double Set Pressure/Vacuum) 1000 Standard Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 2450 16” Pressure 20” Pressure 24” Pressure All Vacuum# Only 1.76 0.97 0. Stafford.74 0. Calculate over-pressure 3.72 0.8 38.31 88 8.4 351 34.4 25.98 1 0.75 0. based on actual tests conducted in compliance with API Std.8 53. Use linear interpolation if the set pressure is not listed.2 36.7 23. a Continental Disc company.63 Chart 14.96 0. Calculate the percentage over-pressure by the following formula.83 0.93 0.91 0. Flow measurement accuracy has been verified by an independent testing laboratory.99 8 0.94 0.9 5.300 = 22. Calculate flow capacity Type Flow = 23.08 for 20. Read flow capacity at set pressure from table 2.8 32.81 0.42 413 19.87 0.81 0.70 0. If allowable over-pressure is more than 100%.82 0.95 0. Pf = Flowing pressure Ps = Set pressure % OP = [(Pf .85 0.91 0.97 0.95 x 23.87 0. (Ref: Page TPD1) If the allowable over-pressure is less than 100%.93 0.95 0.8 Vacuum Flow 23.97 0.94 0.Ps)/Ps] x 100 Calculate flow capacity at less than 100% over-pressure according to the following example.71 0.100)/100]x 100 = 75% “C” = 0.9 31.83 0.63 100 9.00 1.5 27.9 26.90 0.135 NCMH 2400A 2450A ✔ ✔ ✔ Pressure Vacuum Groth Corporation.96 0. TX.93 0.96 0.3 33.95 Flow = 0.99 4 0.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Model 2400A Set Pressure/Vacuum (Ps) mm WC mb 22 2.91 0.9 176 17. Read the flow capacity at 100% over-pressure directly from the table above.95 “C” Factor Table %OP 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 0. Flow capacity values listed above are based on full open valves at 100% over-pressure.98 1.58 “C” Factor 13. USA .92 0.3 58.79 0.84 0. # Other vacuum settings available on special order.89 0.96 0.91 0.5 40.99 7 0.89 0.77 0.92 0.86 0.90 0.94 0.92 0.83 Use 2.98 3 0. Vacuum flow rating applies only to Model 2450A.92 0. Note that all pressures are gage pressure expressed in the same units of measure.78 0.74 0.3 200 19.71 0.9 44.94 0.98 1.8 21.00 9 0.79 0.73 0.5 300 29. Example—Flow Capacity Calculation 20” Model 2400A 100 mm WC Set pressure [Ps] 175 mm WC Flowing pressure [Pf] 423 Example—To find “C” factor from table: Read “C” factor for 75% Over-pressure at intersection of row 70 and column 5 “C” factor at 75% OP = 0.98 2 0.16 44 4.9 47.85 0.88 0.86 0.93 0.99 5 0.76 0.2 Flow capacity is certified by Groth Corporation.82 0.92 0.95 0.5 30.

C. GROTH. MODEL 2500A SPECIAL FEATURES Model 2500A is designed to assist in meeting the requirements of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments as best available control technology. etc. carbon steel. This pilotoperated valve with large actuator is the only proven way to insure the necessary sealing force to meet the requirement. Furan. MODEL 2500A Groth Corporation.24” (Consult factory for other sizes) ANSI 150# and API 650 drilling Full lift by 20% overpressure Trim available in 316 SS or Hastelloy C Standard FEP Diaphragm Pressure settings 5” W. Stafford. then reseats when overpressure has been dissipated. The Valve protects the tank against rupture or explosion that could result from excessive internal pressures caused by an external fire. As excessive pressure builds up. a Continental Disc company. to 6 PSIG Pilot Operated PILOT OPERATED EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 2500A is designed to provide emergency relief capacity beyond that furnished by the normal operating pressure relief valve on the tank. i. USA 430 . every Model 2500A is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. TX.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Model 2500A ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Documented compliance to EPA’s Method 21 testing (<500 ppm) Derakane.e. THE CAPABILITY COMPANY As with all Groth products. Model 2500A is designed to be self-closing. ethylene dichloride. 316 SS and other body materials available Available in flange sizes 18” . The Model 2500A is built of corrosion resistant materials throughout which allows it to be used in severe service environments. Unit provides the capability to meet the leakage rate requirement of 500 ppm or less. methylene chloride. Model 2500A relieves.

(1402 Pilot) Max. Center Line (Metric) 21” (533) Ship.C. TX. 8 = Hastelloy C-276 Trim 5 = 316 S. Trim and Pilot.5mbar) (508 mm) (0. Setting Pressure 5” W.S. ** See Techincal Section (page TS4) “PILOT OPERATED VALVES .C. Size* 12” W. HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. For special options. Stafford. or API 650 drilling available. Body Material 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = Stainless Steel 6 = Derakane 7 = Furan Z = Special 2 5 0 0 A Actuator (Weatherhood) 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 S. 316 S. no other options. Z = Special EXAMPLE 2 0 6 5 5 V Indicates a 20" Model 2500A with Derakane body. Wt. Viton® soft goods.Modes of Failure”. 431 Groth Corporation.SPECIFICATIONS Specifications subject to change without notice. 280 (127 kg) (12. Setting Pressure A Width (Metric) 36” (914) C Height (Metric) 40” (1016) Approx. Certified dimensions available upon request.41 bar) 6 PSIG 20” 24” (610 mm) (29. a Continental Disc company. Consult factory for special settings. Lbs. USA .9 mbar) 39” (991) 42” (1067) 23” (584) 350 (159 kg) 42” (1067) 441/2” (1130) 24” (610) 450 (204 kg) * 150 # A.S.I.S. (standard) 18” (457 mm) Min.S. consult factory. H = Hastelloy C-276 Z = Special SOFT GOODS OPTIONS L = Low Pressure Pilot 0 = No Special Options Z = Special Options Soft Goods (“O” rings)* B = Buna-N E = EPR V = Viton® K = Kalrez Z = Special * Teflon diaphragms 0 2500A 16” 18” 20” 24” NOTES Include model number when ordering.N. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL Pilot 5 = 316 S.S.

40 Air Flow Capacity at 20% over-pressure (1.3 74.0 39.0 16.6 57.8 12 6.2 x Set Pressure) 1000 Standard Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 16” 18” 20” 24” 10.4 14. Stafford.1 65.7 26.2 50.8 31.2 23.6 43.8 23.5 92.7 18.0 4.5 8 4.7 29.6 25.2 x Set Pressure) 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 16” 18” 20” 24” 366 468 583 850 401 513 639 931 463 592 737 1075 517 662 824 1202 566 725 903 1316 654 836 1042 1519 731 935 1165 1698 800 1024 1276 1859 859 1211 1479 1704 1899 2075 1099 1550 1893 2180 2430 2655 1371 1935 2365 2726 3041 3324 1997 2816 3439 3960 4415 4823 Model 2500A Air Flow Capacity at 20% over-pressure (1.6 23.4 34.4 37. a Continental Disc company.EMERGENCY PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE Emergency Pressure Relief Capacity Set Pressure (Ps) In WC Oz/Sq In 5 2.20 0. USA 432 .8 117 134 Groth Corporation.1 16.4 13.8 24.7 11.7 64.07 0.9 16 9.3 35.8 41.0 5.1 95.8 52.5 14.0 68.7 29.9 30.9 PSIG 1.1 16.4 45.10 0.6 24 13.2 13.15 0.9 80.5 29.2 20 11.4 18.0 6.1 20.8 20.1 46.6 10 5.1 20.2 22.2 52. TX.0 3.6 37.1 26.9 6 3.7 57.0 2.1 48.5 33.3 57.1 36.0 83.0 Set Pressure (Ps) mbar mm WC 12 122 15 153 20 204 25 255 30 306 40 408 50 510 60 612 Barg 0.30 0.6 18.

SECTION 5 TEST STANDS .

Manual or Automatic Clamping Compressor and Air Receiver ■ .VALVE TEST STANDS ■ ■ ■ Pressure/Vacuum Relief Valve Test Stand Pilot Valve Test Stand Pneumatic/Hydraulic Pressure Relief Valve Test Stand .

SERIES 200 TEST STANDS Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valve ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ STANDARD Pressure/Vacuum testing Dial gages Flowmeters Manometers Pressure vessel directly under test flange for smooth regulated pressure or vacuum Heavy steel construction SS tubing Mounting adapters and gaskets included MODEL 210 OPTIONS ■ Digital gages ■ Skid mounted SERIES 200 TEST STANDS The Groth Series 200 test stand contains all valves and gages necessary to accurately verify settings for both pressure and vacuum conditions. Groth can also provide the following: • Optional digital interface — critical valve data can be captured with appropriate software • Optional digital pressure gauges feature data logging capability and a serial interface for data downloading • Units designed to meet your specific requirement • Start-up assistance The final inspection of any new or repaired valve is an actual test in accordance with approved standards and codes. easy to use. We welcome you to visit our Stafford. the standard models below offer the user many years of trouble-free operation. this vast experience led us into the venture of manufacturing valve test equipment.1 . the Groth name has been synonymous with the repair. To do this. MODEL 220 Groth Corporation. where will be pleased to demonstrate various models of test stands under actual conditions.INTRODUCTION Since 1960. The Series 200 is designed to assist in meeting the requirements of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments. inexpensive to maintain — included with these principles. Simple in design. Seat leakage is monitored using flow meters rangng from 0. a Continental Disc company. Texas facility. manufacture or testing of valves. you need the best available test equipment. Stafford. USA 502 .100 SCFH. TX.

503 Groth Corporation.200 LB TEST SYSTEM SPECIFICATION Valve size range = MAWP = Test Pressure = 2" . select proper model number MODEL # CLAMPING GAGES OTHER 210 220 1 = Flange bolting (220) 3 = Hydraulic clamps (210) 1 = Dial 2 = Digital 3 = Both 0 = No Special Options Z = Special Options EXAMPLE Specifications subject to change without notice.24" 30 psig 12 PSI Vacuum to 15 PSI Pressure 66" UTILITY REQUIREMENTS Compressed Air = 36" 80 . digital and dial gages. a Continental Disc company. 2 1 0 3 3 0 Indicates a Model 210. hydraulic clamps. Stafford. USA .600 LB Model 220 Depth 32" Weight 1. and no other options. TX.150 psig 1/2" nominal line size 100/115/230 VAC Single Phase 50/60 Hz 10 Amp Electric Power = 58" HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.SPECIFICATIONS Model 210 Depth 43" Weight 1.

Contact Groth Corporation for current drawings and layouts.07% ■ Custom designed to meet your needs PILOT VALVE TEST STAND Note: MODEL 160 Dome Simulation Vessel not shown in above picture. a Continental Disc company. Groth Corporation. The ability to perform in house pilot operated relief valve setting and testing will enable the individual plant to expedite the process and retain complete control of records. USA 504 .PILOT VALVE TEST STAND STANDARD ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Easy setup and installation 4" dial test gages Up to 1500 psi test pressure SS tubing and valves Moisture removal filter Dome simulation vessel Tank simulation vessel OPTIONS ■ Digital gages with precision of 0. The Groth Pilot Valve Test Stand is used to set and test the pilot valve independent of the main pressure relief valve. Stafford. TX. The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments mandate leak testing of all pressure relief valves to insure that leakage rates are within acceptable levels. Detailed specifications are available from Groth Products Group.

20 PSIG 15 . with manometers. 505 Groth Corporation. a Continental Disc company.1500 PSIG 11" UTILITY REQUIREMENTS Compressed Air or Nitrogen — Model 150 — Model 160 Electric Power (Digital Gages) = = = 150 PSI 2000 PSI 100/115/230 VAC Single Phase 50/60 Hz 5 Amp HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. low pressure testing.SPECIFICATIONS 43" 34" TEST SYSTEM SPECIFICATION Test Pressure — Model 150 Test Pressure — Model 160 = = 2” WC . TX. USA . and no options. select proper model number MODEL # GAGES OTHER 150 Low pressure testing 160 High pressure testing 1 = Manometers (used only for IN WC) 2 = Dial 3 = Digital 4 = Dials and Digital 1 5 0 1 0 0 = None Z = Other EXAMPLE Indicates a Model 150. Specifications subject to change without notice. Stafford.

a Continental Disc company.Pneumatic / Hydraulic Bolt on Unit Manual or Automatic Clamping STANDARD ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Easy setup and installation 6" dial test gages 1/2" thru 10" valve mountings Up to 2000 psi test pressure SS tubing & valves 360 degree accessibility SERIES 100 — PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE TEST STAND All Groth pressure relief valve test stands combine extremely high accuracy with maximum productivity in testing and determining set pressure. Mounting of valves is quick and safe with either flange bolting.07% ■ High pressure compressor and air receiver ■ Skid mounted Groth Corporation. OPTIONS ■ Manual or hydraulic clamping with safety interlock ■ Digital gages with precision of 0. Stafford.SERIES 100 TEST STANDS Pressure Relief Valve . manual or automatic clamping. Groth provides various options to meet your testing needs. Test stand construction is robust and is based on almost forty years of relief valve assembly and testing. TX. USA 506 . The test stands have easy to read dial or digital pressure gauges.

Single stump 120 Pneumatic & Hydraulic. Pneumatic SRV test stand. Digital gages. TX. a Continental Disc company. Single stump 111 Pneumatic & Hydraulic. USA . Manual clamps. 507 Groth Corporation.SPECIFICATIONS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Valve size range = 1" 2500# through 10" 150# flanged 1/2" through 1-1/2" threaded 15-2750 psig 15-2750 psig Water 62" UTILITY REQUIREMENTS/CONNECTIONS High Pressure Air Low Pressure Air Electric Power = = = 3000 psig 60 . 1 1 0 2 2 0 Indicates a Model 110. Stafford. select proper model number MODEL # CLAMPING GAGES Weight: Depth 33" Single Stump Dual Stump — — 1250 lb 2000 lb OTHER 110 Pneumatic.150 psig 1/2" nominal size 100/115/230 VAC Single Phase 50/60 Hz 5 Amp 20-60 psig Air Test Pressure Water Test Pressure = = = 72" 36" 98" HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. and no other options. Dual stump 1 = Bolt On 2 = Manual clamps 3 = Hydraulic clamps 1 = Dial 2 = Digital 3 = Both 0 = None Z = Other EXAMPLE Specifications subject to change without notice.

Each unit is designed to provide a substantial volume of high pressure air when needed.e. TEFC motor Nema 4 A. higher pressures). Standard compressors and air receivers will test valves up to 2000 psig. USA 508 .COMPRESSOR and AIR RECEIVER STANDARD ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Compressor generates 5 CFM @ 3000 psig 5 hp. Upon request. Groth Corporation. All components and adapters are included. motor starter Automatic On/Off pressure switch Low oil level switch Automatic condensate drain Model 140 Note: Compressor and Bottle Rack can be modified to meet your specific needs (i.L. a Continental Disc company. This eliminates the long waiting period if a low volume compressor supplies air directly to the valve test stand. COMPRESSOR AND AIR RECEIVER Groth’s test stands are designed for high and low pressure testing. SPECIAL FEATURES All Compressor units are completely self contained. Contact Groth for additional information including dimensions and layouts. Stafford.T. Groth can furnish a compressor system for your testing needs. TX.

SPECIFICATIONS

38"

SPECIFICATIONS
Compressor = 5.6 CFM @ 3000 - 5 H.P. 7.0 CFM @ 6000 - 7.5 H.P. 9.0 cu. ft. 1850 SCF @ 3000 psi

6"

Receiver (6 Bottles)

=

UTILITY REQUIREMENTS
Electrical Power = 208/230/460 VAC Single Phase/3 Phase 50/60 Hz

60"

Weight 1,900 LB
15" (TYP) 70"

HOW TO ORDER
For easy ordering, select proper model number MODEL # NO. OF BOTTLES MAX PRESSURE OPTIONS

140

03 06 09 12

3000 PSI 6000 PSI

0 = No Options 1 = Air Dryer Z = Special

EXAMPLE

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2

3

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Indicates a compressor with 12 bottles and a maximum pressure of 3000 psi. (as shown in picture on front)
Specifications subject to change without notice.

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13650 N. Promenade Blvd. Stafford, Texas 77477
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(281) 295-6800 (281) 295-6999

www.grothcorp.com

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Section 5:TestStndBrc.qxd, April 2006, PDF

SECTION 6 PILOT OPERATED RELIEF VALVES
Series 1660A Pilot Operated Valves • Series 1400 Pilot Operated Valves • Series 1500 Pilot Operated Valves •

992.PILOT OPERATED RELIEF VALVE a Continental Disc Company SERIES 1660A Model 1660A U.163.S. Patent No.S.648 Model 1401E U.471 Model 1402 U. 5. Patent No. 5.499. Patent No. 5.449 ■ Premium seat tightness to set pressure ■ Snap or modulating valve action ■ Provides ability to meet “Clean Air Act” requirements .S.

vacuum may be created when pumping out or decreasing temperature. The volume rate of venting depends upon the tank size. thereby reducing product loss and cost of processing emissions. a gas blanketing regulator and a pilot operated emergency pressure relief valve. See API Standard 2000 for the procedures to determine venting requirements. Storage tanks are pressurized when liquid is pumped in and compresses the existing vapor or when increasing temperature causes increased evaporation or expansion of existing vapor. vapor must be allowed to escape or enter the tank at a specified pressure or vacuum. The Groth Series 1660A Pilot Operated Valve is available in the following configurations: RELIEF SERVICE PRESSURE VACUUM 1660A 1661A 1662A 1663A ✔ ✔ ✔ ACTUATED PILOT ✔ OPERATED DIRECT ✔ PILOT ✔ OPERATED See pages 603.INTRODUCTION Typical Tank Installation Figure 1 Pressure and/or vacuum relief valves are used on liquid storage tanks and other process vessels or systems to prevent structural damage due to excess internal pressure or vacuum. High operating pressures reduce evaporation and total venting volume. a Continental Disc company. the pumping rate and the temperature. The pilot operated relief valve has two principal advantages over other types of relief valves: 1) It is bubble tight to set pressure. Stafford. A tank may also have provisions for emergency pressure relief due to fire exposure and/or an inert gas blanket in the vapor space. These characteristics permit an operating pressure nearer to the maximum allowable working pressure of the tank. TX. A typical tank installation is shown in Figure 1 which includes a pilot operated pressure/vacuum relief valve. USA . volatility of the contents. 2) It is fully open at less than 10% above set pressure. 604 and 611. Conversely. To prevent damage. 601 Groth Corporation.

Film seat design meets EPA Method 21 APPLICATIONS LOW PRESSURE STORAGE TANKS The Groth Model 1660A Pilot Operated Valves can meet seat tightness requirements of environmental regulations. a Continental Disc company. Pilot operated relief valves—both pressure valves and vacuum valves—are extremely well suited for such services. such as when gas blanketing is used.0" W. NATURAL GAS Some natural gas production facilities require large volume relief capacities at low pressures and pilot operated valves are ideal for these applications. as well as other uses. often require accurate relief for both pressure and vacuum. TX. or 316 S. to 15 PSIG Temperature Range from -323° F to 300° F Designed for Easy Maintenance Minimal Spare Parts Requirements • • • • • • • Inherent Backflow Prevention ISO 9001 Certified Manufacturing Process Easily Adjustable Blowdown Snap Action or Modulating Pilot Premium Seat Tightness to Set Pressure. USA 602 . When the relief valve is installed downstream of a pressure reducing valve. the modulating mode can prevent destructive interaction between the two valves. Tight pilot operated valves with snap action are the safest devices known.C. Stafford.FEATURES • • • • • • Sizes 2” through 12” Full Pipe Bore Seat Nozzle Standard Pressure Settings from 2. CRYOGENIC STORAGE TANKS Leaking pressure relief valves on low temperature tanks cause unsafe freezeups. Modulating valves must not be used on cryogenic service. AIR SEPARATION PLANTS Pilot operated valves prevent the accidental loss of gases when used in both low pressure process and storage applications. Standard Body Materials are Aluminum. even when the operating pressure is close to the set pressure. Carbon Steel. Groth Corporation. AIR BLOWERS Air blowers for conveyor systems and waste water treatment plants.S.

pressure acting under the main valve pallet will open the valve and relieve the over-pressure condition. Because of the area ratio. As tank pressure decreases to the pilot valve reseat pressure. the main valve pallet lifts quickly to full open. The adjustable orifice or blowdown needle (4) affects the closing of the pilot valve. This flow results in a pressure drop in the upper dome (B). In modulating service. TX. USA . For snap-action operation. the force acting upward on the pilot valve sense diaphragm overcomes the downward spring force. This design provides “inherent back-flow prevention” when the discharge header pressure exceeds tank pressure.DESIGN AND FUNCTION Model 1660A . Blowdown can vary from zero for modulating operation to 10% for snap-action operation. No additional hardware is required for this protection. the pallet assembly is tightly closed against the seat. Adjustment of the blowdown needle (4) can provide either “snap action” or “modulating” pilot valve operation. Tank pressure is applied both on top of the actuator diaphragm and below the main valve seat area. Stafford. The main valve remains open (and flowing) as long as the tank pressure is higher than the pilot valve set pressure. the pilot valve closes allowing tank vapors to flow back into the upper dome (B). the downward force is greater than the opening force and results in a tight main valve seat. As a result. a Continental Disc company. When tank pressure reaches set pressure. the pallet will lift sufficiently to maintain set pressure regardless of the flow rate up to the rated capacity of the valve at the specified set pressure. As the upper dome pressure rises. Closed Condition Open Condition 603 Groth Corporation. The effective area of the actuator diaphragm (1) is significantly larger than the pallet seat area (2). The pilot valve begins to flow through the seat (6) to the breather port (3).Pressure Relief Pilot Actuated The function of the pilot valve (A) is to control pressure in the main valve actuator (B) or upper dome of the main valve. NOTE: The actuator diaphragm (1) is not attached to the support plate (5) unless vacuum relief or Low set 1402 pilot is specified.

A bypass line with a check valve is used to apply pressure to the upper dome.Direct Actuated Vacuum relief is provided by attachment of the actuator diaphragm to the pallet/support plate assembly. Open Condition—Direct Actuated Model 1662A . Closed Condition A 7 9 3 10 B 8 1 CAUTION: See Technical Section TPD3 for Modes of Failure. Main valve internal pressure under the actuator diaphragm (1) opens the main valve. Stafford. TX. pressure setting and materials of construction. The vacuum cracking pressure is approximately 1. The valve opens when the tank vacuum acting on the actuator diaphragm overcomes the weight of the pallet assembly. Another check valve prevents pressure discharge from the pilot vent.7" to 3. The vacuum sense lines (9 & 10) connect the spring chamber breather port and the pilot valve exhaust port to the main valve total pressure pickup as shown.0” WC.0 . so backflow prevention is not provided by this valve. and is determined by the weight of the pallet assembly and related components. NOTE: Backflow pressure relief prevention is provided for pilot operated vacuum relief valves in case positive system pressure can occur.DESIGN AND FUNCTION Model 1661A Pressure Relief . This provides pressure and vacuum protection with a single main valve and a single pilot valve. At set vacuum the pilot valve opens and the upper dome is reduced to tank vacuum.2. The valve remains open and flowing until the system reaches the pilot valve reseat pressure. Full open flow is achieved in the 1. The diaphragm is attached by a second actuator support plate (8) for vacuum operated valves. USA 604 . a Continental Disc company. The diaphragm is attached by the upper support plate (8).Pilot Actuated Vacuum Relief .5" WC range. Below set vacuum the spring force is greater than the lift created by tank vacuum above the sense diaphragm (7) so both the pilot valve and the main valve will remain closed.Vacuum Relief Pilot Valve Actuated Operation of a Pilot Actuated Vacuum Relief Valve is similar to pressure relief except for the physical connections between the pilot and main valve. The vacuum applied to the area differential between the actuator diaphragm (1) and the pallet seat area (2) provides the lifting force. Atmospheric pressure is applied under the boost and sense diaphragms and in the upper dome (B) through the breather port (3). depending on valve size. Open Condition Groth Corporation.

a Continental Disc company. see section A-A on pg. 5.S. Film Seat Detail U. PATENT NO. USA .ASSEMBLY Model 1660A Pilot Operated Relief Valve NOTE: Pilot Valve is rotated 90° to show blowdown needle and exhaust port. TX.648 605 Groth Corporation. 607.499. Stafford.

Film Seat Nut. Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. Spindle Rod. Hex Jam Retainer Plate. Pipe Housing. Lower Pickup. Tube Nut. Locking Seat. 3. Spindle Spindle Bearing. Stafford. 4. Groth Corporation. Pressure Tube Connector Body Diaphragm. Consult factory for material options not listed above. Pipe Guide. Lower Actuator Tubing Nut. O-Ring Pallet. Hex Jam Cap. Lock Plug. Flat AL AL SS SS SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS AL 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS SS SS SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS SS SS SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS Elastomer material options are specified by the soft goods option in the part number. a Continental Disc company. Hex Skt Flt Hd Nut.ASSEMBLY Model 1660 Pilot Operated Relief Valve ` Item 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 Description Pilot Nipple. Diaphragm Bolt. Upper Actuator Rivet Plate. Actuator Housing. Ring. Actuator Cap Spindle. Film Seat Screw. Film Seat Plate. Spindle-Upper Connector. Body Gasket. refer to the “How to Order Section” on page 615 of this catalog. Hex Washer. TX. Hex Washer. Hex Jam Washer. O-Ring O-Ring Retainer. Snap Ring Materials of Construction Aluminum Carbon Stainless Steel Steel SS 316 SS AL SS AL 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS AL 316 SS 316 SS PTFE 316 SS 316 SS See Note 3 Teflon® FEP 4 AL 316 SS 316 SS AL Teflon® FEP 4 AL 316 SS 316 SS AL 316 SS 316 SS AL AL See Note 1 SS SS 316 SS CS SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS PTFE 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS CS Teflon® FEP 4 CS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS See Note 1 SS SS 316 SS 316 SS SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS PTFE 316 SS 316 SS See Note 3 Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS CF8M (316 SS) Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316SS 316 SS See Note 1 SS FILM SEAT COMPONENTS (ITEMS 1-27 ARE SAME AS ABOVE) 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 1. Spindle Stud/Nut (not shown) Insert. Jackscrew Retainer. Lock Seat. Film Jackscrew Bushing. USA 606 . 316 SS Seat Insert Optional. 2.

Stafford.163.471 607 Groth Corporation. TX. USA . a Continental Disc company. 5. PATENT NO.S.ASSEMBLY Model 1401E Pilot Valve U.

Lock Washer Screw. Actuator Bolt. Spring Spring Vent. Stem Bushing. Spring Bonnet Nut. Adjustment Screw Screw. Diaphragm-Lower Diaphragm. Lock Diaphragm. Consult factory for material options not listed above. Lower O-Ring Disc. Actuator Housing Bolt Hex Nut. Body Gasket. Body Body Qty. Diaphragm-Upper Gasket.ASSEMBLY Model 1401E Pilot Valve Materials of Construction All 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS (Note 2) Plastic 316 SS 316 SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS PTFE 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS Note 1 Note 1 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS Note 1 316 SS 316 SS Note 1 304 SS 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS Teflon® FEP 4 Teflon® FEP 4 316 SS Item 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 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 1. Hex Case. 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 12 12 12 1 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 Elastomer material options for the pilot valve(s) are specified by the soft goods designation in the “How to Order Section” section on page 615 of this catalog. TX. Hex Bonnet. Description Cap. Swage Plate. 17-7 PH SS or Chrome Vanadium for Set Pressure greater than 8 PSI. Central Spacer. Stem O-Ring O-Ring Guide. Spring Spacer. Adjustment Nut. 3. Blowdown Nut. Stafford. USA 608 . Actuator Spacer. a Continental Disc company. Spring Button. Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation Groth Corporation. Blowdown O-Ring Needle. 4. Hex Screen. Filter Bushing. Hex Washer. 2. Support-Upper Plate. Hex Washer. Support-Lower Case. Seat Gasket. Hex Jam Stem Nut. Breather Bolt.

If the tank is pressurized. a patented “Conical Film Seat” is available with Groth Pilot Operated Valves. 609 Groth Corporation. Part 60. This is accomplished with an independent pressure source. a Continental Disc company. Pilot exhaust piped to discharge header The exhaust port of the pilot valve may be piped to the outlet body to avoid any vapor emission to the atmosphere. block valve and check valve is provided for field testing the pilot valve pressure setting. This unique design will avoid fugitive emissions and will exceed the requirements of “Method 21” in the EPA Regulation. An electric solenoid valve can be provided for remote blowdown control. CFR 40. Manual Blowdown A manually controlled block valve is provided to allow the upper dome pressure to be bled to atmosphere or a process vapor discharge system. the check valve prevents back flow into the tank during testing. Note: Field test connection shown is for a pressure relief valve. improve serviceability or expand the capabilities of a pilot operated relief valve. releasing the dome pressure will open the main valve. Field test connections for vacuum and pressure/vacuum relief are also available.OPTIONS The following options are frequently utilized to reduce vapor emissions. Field Test Connection A 1/2” NPT(F) connection. TX. Conical Film Seat To provide maximum tight shut-off. USA . Stafford.

(Tubing/Fittings provided by others. Remote sense is recommended for applications that have entrained particulates. TX. • 316 SS Body. For applications where inlet piping losses are significant. Groth Corporation. a remote sense connection will assure that the main valve will open fully at the specified pressure regardless of inlet piping pressure loss. The standard filter is equipped with a 35 micron stainless steel screen that can be easily cleaned. USA 610 . Model 1900 Check Valve The 1900 Check Valve can also be used in non-relief valve applications such as for corrosive service or low cracking pressure.25" WC Cracking Pressure • Teflon® FEP 1 film & Viton® or Kalrez® O-Ring • 1/4" NPT(F) Connections (straight through body) 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.OPTIONS Remote Sense Normally Pilot Operated Relief Valves have a total pressure pickup in the main valve inlet. Note that the valve sizing must take into account the reduced flow because of the inlet pressure drop.) Pilot Supply Filter An auxiliary filter for the pilot supply line is recommended for services with an unusual amount of foreign particulates. Cover and Fasteners • 0. a Continental Disc company. Stafford.

the low temperature does not a ffect valve operation or valve seat tightness. Model 1660A Series Cryogenic Services • • • • • Tested and proven reliable below minus 300° F. Dual pilot valves allow a single relief valve to provide independent settings for pressure and vacuum. Groth Corporation. Backflow prevention protection is not available if the discharge header pressure exceeds tank pressure. Stafford. Two Groth Model 1900 Check Valves provide isolation of the pressure and vacuum functions. Tight shut-off with patented conical film seat No freeze-up for safe operation. Snap action at lowest temperatures. a Continental Disc company. and rated capacity is achieved at 10% over-pressure. With the incorporation of a Teflon® FEP 1 diaphragm and aluminum or 316 SS seat materials. Tight shut-off and dependable service is assured. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.C. The valve is closed within the set pressure range specified and opens above the positive pressure setting and below the vacuum setting. USA 611 . All Teflon® 1 diaphragms The Groth Series 1660A pilot operated valves are designed to provide the safest and most reliable operation for Cryogenic service.OPTIONS Model 1663A Dual Pilot Operated Pressure and Vacuum Relief Valve The Model 1663A will be required for pilot operated pressure and vacuum relief when the vacuum setting is greater than the direct actuated vacuum setting of the Model 1661. TX. Minimum vacuum setting for Model 1663A is 3" W.

197°C to 150°C Vacuum Settings ***3" WC to 12 PSIG 7.323°F to 300°F .5” WC (8.5 mb to 0. ** Model 1402 pilot required for settings less than 7" WC [17.12" **2" WC to 15 PSIG 5. It is used for pressure relief only and is available with all applicable materials and options shown on pages 608-610.2 mb]. The pilot valve pressure setting is adjustable throughout the range of 2.0 mb to 1.0" to 8. The Model 1402 pilot valve functions as a 4-way valve and the main valve is supplied with a double acting actuator.0" WC (depending on valve model.323°F to 300°F .0 BarG CARBON STEEL 2" .6 mb) Groth Corporation. the pilot exhausts the upper chamber and pressurizes the lower chamber.0" WC.0 mb to 1. Stafford.20°F to 300°F .12" **2" WC to 15 PSIG 5.0 BarG ***3" WC to 12 PSIG 7.197°C to 150°C * Model 1402 pilot required for settings less than 3" WC [7. The action is modulating and non-flowing (the pilot only emits vapors while the main valve actuator is being exhausted).5 mb]. a Continental Disc company.5 mb to 0.5 mb to 0.29°C to 150°C STAINLESS STEEL 2" . Below set pressure. At set pressure. *Patent Protected Model 1402 Low Set Pilot Operated Relief Valve TECHNICAL DATA MATERIAL OPTION Sizes Pressure Settings ALUMINUM 2" . USA 612 .12" *2" WC to 15 PSIG 5. *** Direct acting vacuum [Model 1661A] achieves rated capacity at 3. size and materials of construction). applying sufficient upward force to overcome the weight of the valve stem assembly.83 BarG .0 mb to 1.0 BarG ***3" WC to 12 PSIG 7. the pilot uses tank pressure to pressurize the upper chamber of the actuator and vents the lower chamber.OPTIONS The Model 1402 Pilot Valve lowers the effective pressure range of all Groth Pilot Operated Valves to 2.83 BarG Temperature Limits .83 BarG . TX.

4 35.1 43.3 45.6 14.2 91.6 41.0 19.2 82.9 65.5 2 8” 102 10” 161 12” 232 Actual setting depends on size.48 11.1 58.0 61.73 9.3 15.93 9.9 116 142 165 184 227 262 294 311 447 557 654 742 824 976 1117 1249 1375 1436 129 182 223 258 289 356 412 462 488 702 875 1027 1165 1294 1533 1754 1961 2159 2255 12” 185 262 322 372 417 512 594 666 702 1011 1260 1478 1677 1863 2207 2525 2825 3109 3247 Model 1662A.7 33.9 24.9 29.62 5.0 19.9 26. Stafford.9 44.4 46.2 45.6 95.9 27.4 40.1 26.00 16.0 105 129 150 168 177 255 318 373 424 471 557 638 713 785 820 81.CAPACITY Model 1660A.3 38. a Continental Disc company.47 4.7 17.8 81.8 23.0” WC 613 Groth Corporation.5 29.00 10.0 20.0 17.00 25.7 66.4 83.66 7.7 29.2 37.00 4.9 41.00 15.46 7.9 46. 1661A.8 66.2 27.3 81.4 3” 12.3 94.1 65.5 89.6 43.00 8.00 25. USA .7 43.00 6.0 104 114 131 146 163 171 237 284 320 349 370 386 100 115 141 163 182 199 229 255 285 299 415 498 561 610 648 675 157 181 222 256 285 312 360 401 447 470 652 781 881 959 1018 1060 12” 226 261 319 368 411 450 518 578 644 676 938 1125 1268 1380 1466 1527 Model 1661A Direct Actuated Valve Vacuum Relief Capacity Air Flow Capacity at 3.1 106 127 143 155 165 172 57.7 37.00 20. 1663A Pilot Operated Valve Pressure Relief Capacity Set Pressure (Ps) In WC 2.0 114 142 166 189 210 248 284 318 350 366 46.2.31 3.0 72.66 11.4 54.7 Oz/Sq In 1.41 10.8 95.3 17.9 57.5” WC (2 oz/in ) vacuum 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 2” 3” 4” 6” 6.27 11.8 12.1 74.00 20.5 36.2 41.6 20.00 6.5 19.1 17.78 6.0 .00 PSIG 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 15 Air Flow Capacity at 10% Over-pressure 2” 5.0 73.00 PSIG 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Air Flow Capacity at 10% Over-vacuum 2” 6.00 4.0 79. material and pallet type and varies from 1.3 99.69 9.73 2.3 65.0 12.0 Oz/Sq In 1.5 76.8 75.6 14.9 96.00 10.7 65.1 13.6 58.47 4.6 49.8 37.6 93. TX.1 109 121 144 164 184 202 211 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 20.00 8.78 8.2 33.82 15.62 5.3 50.1 33.1 20.16 2.3 1000 Standard Cubic Feet per Hour at 60° F 4” 6” 8” 10” 25.9 80.7 29.3 15. 1663A Pilot Operated Valve Vacuum Relief Capacity Set Vacuum (Ps) In WC 3.4 3” 14.00 12.31 3.

06 2. material and pallet type and varies from 1.38 7.9 33.31 0.2 44.6 29.44 0.10 2.92 2.3 20.44 0.24 1.35 1.46 0. USA 614 .3 16.17 5.27 0.7 14.19 0.78 4.20 0.41 9.31 7.33 2.5 28.15 0.38 1.63 1. a Continental Disc company.67 1. 1661A.52 8.8 Model 1661A Direct Actuated Valve Vacuum Relief Capacity Air Flow Capacity at 50 mm WC (5.3 40.8 23.76 1.61 5.0 16.4 26.42 0.5 84.02 1.3 15.93 1.80 14.40 8.35 9.32 mb 7.87 8.95 9.69 0.00 Air Flow Capacity at 10% Over-pressure 2” 0.6 12.69 0.02 10.88 2.5 39.04 3.24 5.4 12.85 5.6 17.19 1.3 19.6 51.91 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.7 18.08 4.0 58.35 0.8 16.1 21.04 1.75 Actual setting depends on size.54 5.60 0.7 20.33 4.49 0.4 32.40 0.85 2.30 4.5 29.7 19.69 3.8 4.07 8.84 0.20 1.69 3.2 49.0” WC Groth Corporation.24 6.8 20.34 2.8 3” 0.72 6.90 2.54 0.31 0.61 0.6 24.35 0.30 4.7 13.15 9.60 0. 1663A Pilot Operated Valve Pressure Relief Capacity Set Pressure (Ps) mm WC 50 100 150 200 300 400 500 600 Bar g 0.29 1.22 6.06 2.6 69.8 55.16 0.69 0.50 0.23 2.97 1.38 8.6 32.04 1.63 5.08 4.8 14.38 0.25 9.7 18.54 9.90 2.6 14.70 19.20 0.99 5.07 0.2 42.10 0.05 2.2 19.21 4.7 25.12 1.33 4.3 2.63 4.33 2.3 16.10 9.4 45.49 0.05 1.20 0.0 30.18 9.89 3.20 1.42 0.55 4.80 0.35 3.9 11.00 3.34 1.4 14.0 58.22 10.30 0.53 1.34 1.1 29.80 14.2.0 35.65 1.70 0.60 0.60 0.34 2.75 2.20 2.61 1.17 8.4 39.4 91.10 0.75 5.40 7.6 79.4 35.4 3.20 3.93 2.70 8” 2.0 mb) vacuum 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 2” 3” 4” 6” 0.41 7. Stafford.7 17.9 18.84 0.27 0.31 3.76 1.8 21.48 2.3 31.75 6.2 37.40 0.74 0.90 1.50 0.40 3.25 5.6 11.5 48.1 12” 6.8 12.5 12” 5.19 1.3 1.90 9.28 3.2 58.23 10.8 56.7 19.49 2.95 1.96 11.93 7.4 Model 1662A.7 65.22 0.8 3” 0.1 2.7 14.62 3.77 0.0 18. 1663A Pilot Operated Valve Vacuum Relief Capacity Set Vacuum (Ps) mm WC 75 100 150 200 250 300 400 500 600 Bar g 0.2 49.39 2.0 15.49 0.39 8.3 38.58 0.9 13.94 7.8 24.11 1.64 10.70 5. TX.54 0.CAPACITY Model 1660A.30 0.3 23.4 39.69 mb 4.39 8.4 11.46 1.9 74.49 5.27 6.09 1.95 4.34 6.5 46.68 1.22 0.53 7.50 10.77 10.94 1000 Normal Cubic Meters per Hour at 0° C 4” 6” 8” 10” 0.68 4.04 1.95 10.07 0.85 1.0 .62 7.68 12” 6.26 4.52 9.50 Air Flow Capacity at 10% Over-vacuum 2” 0.7 11.7 22.6 63.5 29.38 7.01 5.44 15.69 5.98 10” 4.85 1.65 3.

75" (375) 21. EXAMPLE 1 6 6 0 A 0 6 3 V R S O ® O R O Indicates a 6” Model 1660A (pressure relief only) with carbon steel body and “O-Ring” seat using Viton soft goods with snap action pilot with remote pilot sense connection and no specials.S.75" 36.75" (552) (660) (711) (800) (889) 11. FEP Film only.31" 6.00" (254) (305) (356) (457) (510) 56 80 21.00" 31. 615 Groth Corporation. Certified dimensions available upon request. USA Section 6:1660 Brch. Diaphragm material for main valve (actuator and film seat) and Pilot Valve are only available in Teflon® FEP 1. Steel 5 = S. 5. a Continental Disc company. APPROX.00" 19. Kalrez O-rings in Pilot Valve (see page 605-8).50" 16.00" (279) (343) (406) (483) (597) 4.00" 18. 2. Refer to BOM on pages 606 and 608. 2. SIZE INLET (50 mm) (80 mm) (100 mm) (150 mm) (200 mm) (250 mm) (300 mm) A OUTLET (80 mm) (100 mm) (150 mm) (200 mm) (250 mm) (300 mm) (400 mm) (mm) B (mm) C (mm) D (mm) E (mm) (Aluminum) 2” 3” 4” 6” 3” 4” 6” 8” 11.qxd.75" (298) 19.25" 25. 300 Series Pilot is standard (see page 608).50" (190) 2.00" 14. 2002. June.50" 4.50" (546) 9.5m . TX.SPECIFICATIONS A B C DIA D E Specifications subject to change without notice.00" (203) 45 18.00" (152) Lbs (kg) 30 (14) (20) (25) (36) 14. Stafford.00" (457) (540) (648) (806) (927) 21.53" (64) 8. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL SOFT GOODS (see notes 1-4) TYPE OPTIONS O = No Special Options Z = Special Options 1660A 1661A 1662A 1663A 02 03 04 06 08 10 12 = = = = = = = 2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” Main Valve 1 = Alum 3 = C.00" (102) (110) (135) (169) (203) 10.65" 8.00" 20.75" (70) 6.32" 5.50" 35.50" 26.00" 28.00" 12. PTFE is not available.00" (229) 2. SHIP WT. 4. O-ring material is specified by soft goods selection.00" 23.75" (502) 7.10" 8” 10” 130 (59) (77) 10” 12” 12” 16” 170 230 (104) HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.50" 31. 3.00" 13. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. B E V K Z = = = = = Buna-N EPR Viton® Kalrez® Special M = Modulating S = SnapAction Seat R = “O” Ring (see note 4) F = Film Seat (see note 5) O B R 2 O H T 2 O F L 2 = = = = = = = = = = = = No Blowdown or Remote Sense Manual Blowdown Remote Sense Both Blowdown and Remote Sense No Pilot to Hdr or Test Connection Pilot Exhaust Piped to Dischg Header Field Test Connection Both Pilot to Hdr & Test Connection No Filter or Low Set 1402 Pilot Pilot Supply Filter Low Set 1402 Pilot Both Filter and Low Set 1402 Pilot NOTES 1.

THE CAPABILITY COMPANY Groth manufactures a complete line of tank protection equipment and is the number one company in this field. The Groth 1400 Series valves provide safe. Model 1430 Model 1460 . Blowdown may be adjusted to requirements between 0 and 10% of set pressure. which translates into profit. Model 1400 Model 1420 GROTH. Several advantages are obtained over the traditional type. The Models 1400 and 1420 incorporate a vacuum breaker. For example. the process pressures may be closer to the set pressure than would be considered prudent and safe with the traditional valve. Inventory is maintained to insure rapid delivery. Additionally. This reduces the need for a large over-pressure and saves product. dependable and accurate low pressure and/or vacuum protection. greater conservation is obtained due to minimum product loss which in turn provides increased profits. every 1400 Series valve is factory inspected and tested to meet your critical requirements and special needs. Full flow is attained at no more than 10% over-pressure.PILOT OPERATED VALVES a Continental Disc Company SERIES 1400 Patent Protected Pilot operated valves are used to replace weight loaded or spring loaded valves in many applications to increase efficiency and reduce evaporation losses. As with all Groth products.

• Modulating action conserves product since valve opening is proportional to overpressure. • Remote or manual blowdown available.C. • Setting range covers all atmospheric and low pressure storage tanks. TX. a Continental Disc company. • Remote pilot sensing option allows the pilot to sense the true system pressure.FEATURES AND BENEFITS MODEL 1400 SERIES Pilot operated valves for atmospheric and low pressure storage tanks FEATURES BENEFITS PILOT OPERATED • Ease of precision settings. • Noise is reduced since the valve only opens fully when required. T0 12 PSI • There is a size to meet your relieving capacity requirements without the need of expensive oversizing. • Main valve remains tight to set pressure. STAINLESS STEEL. • Groth pilot operated valves have more capacity for your money. TO 15 PSIG VACUUM SETTINGS 1/2 OZ. • Full open at less than 10% overpressure. • Only the pilot needs to be set. • Wide range of materials to meet most corrosive media and temperature applications at the lowest possible cost. EXTRA TIGHT SEAL FULL FLOW SNAP ACTION OR MODULATING ACTION SOFT SEATED TOP ENTRY CHOICE OF ALUMINUM. USA . OR SPECIAL MATERIALS FOR THE MAIN BODY. ♦ Requires 1402 Pilot for minimum settings • Wide setting range to meet your design requirements. • Reduces maintenance costs since the valve can be completely serviced without removal from its mounting. Stafford. CARBON STEEL. • Lower profile and weight than spring operated models for high settings. 651 Groth Corporation. SIZES 2" THROUGH 12" HIGH CAPACITY DESIGN PRESSURE SETTINGS ♦ 2" W. • Soft seats seal tight to conserve product and minimize valve wear which improves reliability. • Direct Acting or Pilot Operated Vacuum relief available.

The amount the main valve opens depends on the system overpressure. When the system pressure rises to the pilot set point due to an over-pressure condition. until full open is obtained at approximately 10% over-pressure. using system medium and pressure. Stafford. the wider the main valve opens. automatically controls the actuator pressure to either open or close the main valve depending on the pressure setting of the pilot vs. the pickup point is directly on the vessel and usually close to the valve inlet. the valve will return to its normal closed position as described in Figure 1. After the excess pressure has been relieved and the system pressure is again below the set point of the pilot. (In applications where nothing is permitted to discharge directly into the atmosphere. the main valve will open. a Continental Disc company. it opens the pilot seat to allow flow through the pilot and out to the atmosphere. the net force is downward which will press the pallet against the seat and thus keep the main valve closed. the pilot discharge may be plumbed to the main valve outlet for channeling to a collection header. the upward force in the pilot sense chamber will overcome the downward spring force to lift the pilot stem. The greater the overpressure. As the stem lifts. the actual system pressures. TX. While the pilot and main valve are closed. System medium and pressure is sensed at the pickup fitting just above the inlet flange. there is no bleed to the atmosphere. In the case of remote sensing. Since the actuator has a larger area than the seat pallet. USA 652 . Groth Corporation. When the actuator pressure decreases to a point where the upward force on the seat pallet is greater than the downward force of the actuator. Notify the vendor if this is the situation in case compensating adjustments need to be made. Under normal system operating conditions. The medium and pressure is then channeled to the pilot inlet and is redistributed to the sense chamber and to the actuator. the same pressure is acting downward against the actuator and upwards against the seat pallet.) The flow through the pilot and adjustable orifice will cause a pressure drop downstream of the orifice which in turn causes the pressure in the actuator to drop. The pilot valve.OPERATION The pilot operated valve is a self-contained system which does not require any external power or pressure source.

USA .CONFIGURATIONS FIELD TEST CONNECTION (Backflow Prevention Included) PILOT DISCHARGE TUBED TO MAIN VALVE OUTLET MANUAL OR REMOTE BLOWDOWN Remote Pickup for Pilot MODEL 1900 CHECK VALVE The 1900 Check Valve can also be used in non-relief valve applications such as for corrosive service or low cracking pressure. 653 Groth Corporation. a Continental Disc company. Cover and Fasteners • 0. • 316 SS Body. Stafford. TX.25" WC Cracking Pressure • Teflon® 1 film & Viton® or Kalrez® O-Ring • 1/4" NPT(F) Connections (straight through body) 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation.

6 0.6 1.0 6.0 1.87 1.47 in2) 1980 3296 4738 5864 6826 7683 8466 9193 9875 10520 11136 13887 16281 18449 20460 22354 24156 25885 27552 29168 30473 31642 32761 33834 12" (112.51 in2) 814 1355 1985 2481 2907 3286 3632 3952 4252 4535 4803 5992 7004 7900 8636 9304 9921 10497 11037 11548 12033 12495 12937 13360 8" (49.0 13.4 1.0 9.2 1.65 in2) 1418 2360 3457 4321 5062 5722 6324 6882 7404 7897 8365 10434 12197 13759 15039 16203 17278 18280 19222 20111 20955 21760 22529 23266 10" (78.4 0.0 10.35 in2) 353 587 860 1075 1259 1423 1573 1712 1842 1964 2081 2595 3034 3422 3741 4030 4298 4547 4781 5002 5212 5413 5604 5787 6" (28. TX.00 3.976 in2) 76.8 1.8 1.8 2.8 2.976 in2) 84.0 3.7 141 207 259 303 343 379 413 444 473 501 625 731 825 901 971 1036 1096 1152 1205 1256 1304 1350 1395 3" (7.0 13.00 2" 78 84 111 119 145 167 203 233 260 3" 172 183 242 260 317 365 445 510 567 4" 267 287 377 403 493 568 692 795 883 6" 578 622 817 877 1070 1233 1502 1717 1917 8" 1008 1083 1422 1527 1867 2150 2617 3000 3333 10" 1518 1632 2150 2300 2817 3233 3950 4533 5033 12" 2150 2300 3033 3250 3967 4567 5567 6400 7117 For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.0 2" (2.9 128 184 228 265 299 329 357 384 409 433 540 633 717 795 869 939 1006 1071 1134 1195 1254 1308 1351 3" (7.013 in2) 200 333 488 610 715 808 893 972 1046 1115 1182 1474 1723 1943 2124 2289 2440 2582 2715 2841 2960 3074 3182 3286 4" (12.51 in2) 737 1227 1764 2183 2542 2861 3152 3423 3677 3917 4146 5171 6062 6869 7618 8323 8994 9638 10259 10860 11363 11799 12216 12616 8" (49.6 0.2 0. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.2 0.0 14.0 8. USA 654 .73 2.00 8.6 1.00 4.0 4. Stafford.0 11.7 in2) 2809 4675 6720 8318 9682 10898 12008 13039 14006 14922 15795 19697 23092 26168 29021 31707 34263 36715 39080 41372 43189 44847 46433 47953 TABLE II Model 1420/1460 SCFM Air Capacity @10% Over-pressure and 60°F VALVE SIZE TABLE III Vacuum Flow Capacity Model 1400/1420 SCFM Air Capacity @100% Over-pressure and 60°F Vacuum Setting In.0 VALVE SIZE (ORIFICE SIZE) 2" (2.0 9.2 1.0 5.65 in2) 1268 2111 3035 3756 4373 4922 5432 5889 6325 6739 7133 8896 10429 11818 13106 14319 15474 16581 17649 18684 19535 20284 21001 21689 10" (78.0 7.00 1.07 0. WC 0.013 in2) 181 302 434 537 625 704 775 842 904 964 1020 1272 1491 1690 1874 2047 2212 2371 2523 2672 2816 2956 3082 3183 4" (12.0 1.0 7.00 6.0 4.SIZING TABLES Tables are provided to allow you to select the proper size valve for your application.47 in2) 2241 3730 5464 6830 8000 9040 9995 10877 11702 12481 13221 16491 19277 21745 23769 25608 27307 28891 30379 31785 33119 34390 35606 36772 12" (112.0 12.0 15.0 6.00 10.0 12.07 0. Pressure Setting psig 0.0 3.0 11.0 8. a Continental Disc company.35 in2) 320 532 764 946 1101 1239 1366 1483 1593 1697 1796 2240 2626 2976 3300 3605 3896 4175 4444 4705 4958 5177 5360 5535 6" (28. It is suggested that API Standard 2000 be utilized to obtain the required flow capacity.4 0.0 10.0 5. Groth Corporation.4 1.0 14.0 15.7 in2) 3218 5356 7847 9809 11490 12989 14355 15621 16807 17925 18988 23685 27685 31231 34137 36778 39218 41494 43631 45650 47566 49392 51138 52812 TABLE I Model 1400/1430 SCFM Air Capacity @10% Over-pressure and 60°F VALVE SIZE (ORIFICE SIZE) Pressure Setting psig 0.

5 27.0 38.1 79.3 15.3 75.2 94.9 3" (7.7 20.6 52.5 94.3 26.5 72.2 89.6 35.6 67. 655 Groth Corporation.5 24.1 15.51 in2) 23.2 35.8 30.51 8.3 106 114 120 125 131 136 140 145 149 153 158 166 6" (28.5 30.7 31.3 41.9 112 133 163 187 208 For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.1 60.8 34.4 19.7 54.3 56.9 25.2 31.69 3.33 13. TX.0 15. USA .57 7.8 81.6 49.5 32.4 58.0 71.3 84.0 116 167 206 240 270 384 473 549 617 678 746 810 871 929 986 1041 1094 1147 1198 1237 1272 1306 1373 TABLE II Model 1420/1460 NCMM Air Capacity @100% Over-pressure and 0° C TABLE III Vacuum Flow Capacity Model 1400/1420 NCMM Air Capacity @100% Over-pressure and 0° C VALVE SIZE Vacuum Setting mbarg 2 3 4 5 7 10 15 20 25 2" 2.2 89.7 107 126 142 202 250 290 326 359 395 428 458 481 504 525 545 564 582 600 617 633 666 10" (78.6 35.5 30.3 50.8 55.4 87.1 63.1 4" (12.2 52.42 7.6 30.7 84.1 72.3 30.6 68.8 38.4 43.2 23.4 32.5 13.9 16.51 12.84 8.47 in2) 65.80 5. VALVE SIZE (ORIFICE SIZE) Pressure Setting mbarg 5 10 20 30 40 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 2" (2.1 84.26 12.8 30.0 46.0 79.8 86.30 7.5 116 143 167 187 206 227 246 263 276 289 301 313 324 334 345 354 364 383 8" (49. It is suggested that API Standard 2000 be utilized to obtain the required flow capacity.4 39.2 35.0 37.2 70.0 43.41 10.3 14.9 94.0 28.17 4.2 25.4 28.2 61.6 21.0 39.8 33.5 22.7 43.8 62.81 7.46 4.15 10.51 in2) 21.24 3.47 in2) 57.77 7.5 27.6 20.5 135 169 198 224 320 395 459 516 568 625 676 723 761 796 829 861 891 920 948 975 1001 1053 12" (112.65 in2) 37.7 25.4 98.56 5.8 6" 16.9 16.2 73.10 3.87 5.4 64.93 6.2 19.0 70.6 39.5 70.6 4" 7.2 81.5 23.1 77.7 117 145 169 191 271 334 387 435 478 526 571 614 655 695 734 771 808 845 873 897 921 969 12" (112.9 18. a Continental Disc company.20 2.3 34.88 6.8 60.2 18.57 8.6 36.65 6.2 60.0 106 112 118 124 130 136 142 147 151 158 6" (28.4 92.9 25.9 101 124 144 162 178 196 213 229 244 259 273 287 301 314 325 335 343 361 8" (49.7 33.9 22.0 14.1 99.7 74.1 77.5 17.3 93.2 36.0 17.3 55.13 6.0 77.09 4.7 91.9 36.8 13.4 62.0 28.49 10.6 52.1 108 122 174 214 248 279 306 337 366 393 420 445 470 494 518 541 559 575 591 621 10" (78.47 3.8 13.35 in2) 9.6 27.0 31.0 52.4 115 132 147 12" 60.5 85.1 15.93 10.5 10" 42.1 50.4 80.7 53.8 48.50 5.8 34.013 in2) 5.6 13.9 44.65 in2) 41.1 17.013 in2) 5. Stafford.2 74.35 in2) 10.6 83. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.1 67.976 in2) 2.7 82.7 97.7 3" (7.SIZING TABLES Tables are provided to allow you to select the proper size valve for your application.5 21.8 43.1 4" (12.0 63.6 62.5 11.1 16.9 8" 28.9 133 195 243 285 322 460 567 659 741 816 897 971 1039 1093 1143 1191 1237 1280 1322 1362 1401 1438 1512 TABLE I Model 1400/1430 NCMM Air Capacity @100% Over-pressure and 0° C VALVE SIZE (ORIFICE SIZE) Pressure Setting mbarg 5 10 20 30 40 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 550 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 1000 2" (2.7 in2) 93.48 9.8 92.2 23.8 87.9 23.58 3" 4.976 in2) 2.7 in2) 82.8 50.6 20.1 81.7 76.

**2" WC minimum set with 1402 Pilot (see 1660 Brochure). MAX.16 mb) SEE TPD3 (165) 271⁄2" (699) 81⁄2" (216) 191⁄2" (495) 301⁄4" (768) 40 (18 KG) (.5 oz/in2 15 PSIG (1. SHIP WT. SHIP WT.5 oz/in2 15 PSIG (1. MAX. **2" WC minimum set with 1402 Pilot (see 1660 Brochure). **MIN.828 BarG) (17.C.16 mb) SEE TPD3 (100 mm) 0.5 mb) 6" (150 mm) 8" (200 mm) (2.035 BarG) 12 PSIG 7" W. LBS * 30 (14 KG) 2" (50 mm) 4 ⁄4" 3 25 ⁄2" 1 7" (178) 13 ⁄2" 1 271⁄2" (699) (121) (648) (178) 3" (80 mm) (100 mm) 53⁄4" (146) 261⁄2" (673) 73⁄4" (197) 173⁄4" (451) 29" (737) 35 (16 KG) 0. Certified dimensions available on request. Certified dimensions available on request. a Continental Disc company. Groth Corporation. 4" 6" (150 mm) (. SIZE INLET OUT. 121⁄2" (318) 281⁄2" (724) 61⁄2" (165) 61⁄2" (165) 8" (203) 191⁄4" (489) 311⁄2" (800) 91⁄2" (241) 50 (23 KG) 163⁄4" (425) 321⁄4" (819) 81⁄2" (216) 81⁄2" (216) 101⁄4" (260) 261⁄2" (673) 361⁄2" (927) 123⁄4" (324) 70 (32 KG) 8" (200 mm) 10" (250 mm) 201⁄2" (521) 363⁄4" (933) 93⁄4" (248) 103⁄4" (273) 113⁄4" (298) 321⁄2" (826) 421⁄4" (1073) 151⁄4" (387) 90 (41 KG) 10" (250 mm) 12" (300 mm) 201⁄4" (616) 383⁄4" (984) 101⁄4" (260) 121⁄2" (318) 133⁄4" (349) 373⁄4" (959) 461⁄2" (1181) 18" (457) 125 (57 KG) 12" (300 mm) 14" (350 mm) 273⁄4" (705) 423⁄4" (1086) 11" (279) 15" (381) 143⁄4" (375) 423⁄4" (1086) 521⁄2" (1334) 205⁄8" (524) 150 (69 KG) *Approximate weight of aluminum Model 1420. **MIN. MIN.035 BarG) 12 PSIG 4" 6" 7" W. A (METRIC) B (METRIC) G (METRIC) AA (METRIC) BB (METRIC) APPROX.SPECIFICATIONS Model 1420 Model 1460 Model 1400 Model 1430 MODELS 1420 and 1460 Specifications subject to change without notice. LBS * 35 (16 KG) 2" (50 mm) 3" (80 mm) 10 ⁄2" 1 23 ⁄2" 1 4 ⁄8" 1 5 ⁄2" 1 7" (178) 14 ⁄2" 1 26 ⁄2" 1 7" (178) (267) (597) (105) (140) (368) (673) 3" (80 mm) 4" (100 mm) (150 mm) 111⁄2" (292) 251⁄2" (648) 5" (127) 6" (152) 71⁄2" (191) 18" (457) 283⁄4" (730) 81⁄8" (206) 40 (18 KG) (.C. STANDARD SETTINGS PRESSURE VACUUM MAX. Stafford. MIN.17.828 BarG) 61⁄2" (2. USA 656 . SIZE STANDARD SETTINGS PRESSURE VACUUM MAX. A (mm) B (mm) D (mm) E (mm) G (mm) AA (mm) BB (mm) DD (mm) APPROX. MODELS 1400 and 1430 Specifications subject to change without notice. TX.5 mb) 81⁄2" (216) 291⁄2" (749) 101⁄2" (267) 261⁄2" (673) 34" (864) 50 (23 KG) 8" (200 mm) 93⁄4" (248) 321⁄2" (826) 113⁄4" (298) 311⁄2" (800) 40" (1016) 65 (30 KG) 10" (250 mm) 113⁄4" (298) 341⁄2" (876) 133⁄4" (349) 37" (940) 433⁄4" (1111) 95 (43 KG) 12" (300 mm) 123⁄4" (324) 361⁄2" (927) 143⁄4" (375) 401⁄2" (1029) 48" (1219) 125 (57 KG) *Approximate weight of aluminum Model 1400.

1402 pilot valve available for modulating service only. Teflon® FEP1 Diaphragms and Gaskets with Viton® O-rings. 2.S. 5. 2. EXAMPLE NOTES 1 4 3 0 0 6 3 5 V S O O R O O Indicates a 6" Model 1430 with carbon steel body and 316 SS trim using viton soft goods. Z = Special Modulating Snap Action (see note 7) O B R 2 O H T 2 O F L 2 = = = = = = = = = = = = No Blowdown or Remote Sense Manual Blowdown Remote Sense Both Blowdown and Remote Sense No Pilot to Header or Test Connection Pilot Exhaust Piped to Discharge Header (see note 8) Field Test Connection Both Pilot to Header and Test Connection No Filter or Low Set 1402 Pilot Pilot Supply Filter Low Set 1402 Pilot Both Filter and Low Set 1402 Pilot (see note 7 & 8) 1. 4. (see note 6) 1 = Aluminum V = Viton® 3 = C. Teflon FEP Diaphragms and Gaskets. Stafford. Pilot Exhaust Piped to Discharge Header is not available w/1402 pilot valve. 2002.5m . USA Section 6:1400 Brch. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL SOFT GOODS TYPE (see note 3) OPTIONS O = Z = (see note 2) No Options Special Options 1400 1420 1430 1460 02 03 04 06 08 10 12 = = = = = = = 2" 3" 4" 6" 8" 10" 12" Main Valve Trim B = Buna-N E = EPR 1 = Aluminum K = Kalrez® 5 = 316 S.S. M = Carbon and Stainless Steel Valves include 316 SS Trim. ® 1 Kalrez O-rings. 657 Groth Corporation. 8. see 1660 Brochure for pilot valve details. (see note 5) Z = Special ® 1 T = Teflon FEP Body Matl. June. 7. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. a Continental Disc company. 6. S = 300 Series Pilot is standard.HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.qxd. snap action with remote pilot pickup and no options. Steel Z = Special 5 = 316 S. Pilot will only exhaust vapors in the dome. 3. See 1660 Brochure for details on 1401E or 1402 Pilot Valves. TX. ® 1 Diaphragm material for main actuator and pilot valve are only available in Teflon FEP .

PILOT OPERATED VALVES a Continental Disc Company Series 1500 Model 1500 Air Operated Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valves Relief to atmosphere design Model 1530 Air Operated Pressure Relief Valve Relief to atmosphere design Model 1520 Air Operated Pressure / Vacuum Relief Valves Pipe-away design Model 1560 Air Operated Pressure Relief Valves Pipe-away design ■ ■ ■ ■ Severe service application Premium tight seal Snap Acting Instrument air operated .

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or special materials for the main body. • Wide setting range to meet your design requirements. Full flow is obtainable at set point and the snap acting feature provides immediate efficiency. T0 12 PSI (Model 1500 and 1520 ONLY) Air operated valves are used to replace weight loaded.C. • Remote pilot sensing from pressure switch. a Continental Disc company. the pressure switch coupled with a solenoid valve and using plant instrument air instead of corrosive product vapor provides a bubble tight seal in the valve. PRESSURE SETTINGS 5" W. This valve provides greater conservation due to minimum product loss which in turn add to the profits at the bottom line. TX. • Full open at set point • Snap acting for immediate efficiency • Soft seats seal tight to conserve product and minimize valve wear which improves reliability. remote sensing is provided by the pressure switch. the use of clean air greatly reduces maintenance time when compared with the pilot operated valve. translating into profit. USA 672 . • Weight or spring loaded valve. size for size. The Groth 1500 Series group provides safe. Stafford. • Reduces maintenance costs since the valve can be completely serviced without removal from its mounting. additionally. The air operated valve increases valve efficiency and reduces evaporation losses. the standard valve may incorporate a vacuum breaker when desired.FEATURES AND BENEFITS SERIES 1500 Air operated valves for atmospheric and low pressure storage tanks FEATURES BENEFITS AIR OPERATED • Use instrument air or N2 • Non-corrosive and non-pluggng • Lower profile and weight than spring operated models for high settings. • Remote or manual blowdown available. This reduces the requirement for large overpressure and saves product. • Groth air pilot operated valves have higher capacity. EXTRA TIGHT SEAL FULL FLOW SNAP ACTION SOFT SEATED TOP ENTRY CHOICE OF Aluminum. • Main valve remains tight to set pressure. By using the air operated valve. Fiberglass (FRP). Groth Corporation. than most other relief valves. TO 15 PSIG VACUUM SETTINGS 1/2 OZ. a range of pressure and vacuum requirements may be easily set. • Setting range covers all atmospheric and low pressure storage tanks. SIZES 2" THROUGH 12" HIGH CAPACITY DESIGN • There is a size to meet your relieving capacity requirements without the need of expensive oversizing. • Wide range of materials to meet most corrosive media and temperature applications at the lowest possible cost. Carbon Steel. dependable and accurate low pressure and/or vacuum on your storage tank. You get more capacity for your money. spring loaded and pilot operated valves in severe application where polymerization and crystallization may take place and plug as well as corrode the control orifices.

This releases the pressure on the valve actuator allowing the main valve seat pallet to move up thereby venting the tank. The 1530 is a pressure only valve that discharges to atmosphere. Full open position is achieved as low as 5” WC pressure or vacuum in some cases. when the pressure in the tank reaches the set point a signal is sent to the solenoid valve which is de-energized and the plant air is cut off and exhausted. the pressure switch energizes the solenoid valve which is then energized to open. a pressure switch and a three-way solenoid valve. 673 Groth Corporation. 1530. a Continental Disc company. 1520. The 1500 discharges to the atmosphere and 1520 has an outlet flange for pipe-away applications. The 1560 may be used for pressure or vacuum for pipe-away applications. 1560 and 1580. When the air pressure is removed the valve is forced open by the process pressure or vacuum. TX. The system is composed of the air operated valve. Stafford. All valves are held in the closed position by low pressure plant air. USA . This is the normal configuration but if desired or necessary more than one switch or solenoid valve may be used. In a similar manner the reverse takes place when the set point pressure is reached when the valve is open. This opening permits the line to open and plant instrument air enters the actuator forcing the main valve seat pallet to move down closing the valve which eliminates the tank vapor flow. the 1500 and 1520 are combination pressure/vacuum valves. Placement on the tank for the pressure switch and placement of the solenoid valve may be located to meet your requirements.OPERATION The 1500 Series air operated valve is available in five basic models: the 1500. The pressure switch is attached to the tank or vessel and connected to the solenoid valve which controls the instrument air or N 2 line. The pressure switch is adjusted to the desired valve set point.

7 in2) 4675 6720 8318 9682 10898 12008 13039 14006 14922 15795 19697 23092 26168 29021 31707 34263 36715 39080 41372 43189 44847 46433 47953 TABLE II Model 1520/1560 SCFM Air Capacity @10% Over-pressure and 60°F VALVE SIZE TABLE III Vacuum Flow Capacity Model 1500/1520 SCFM Air Capacity @100% Over-pressure and 60°F Vacuum Setting In. USA 674 .2 1.4 0.0 VALVE SIZE (ORIFICE SIZE) 2" (2.0 6.0 8.0 5.51 in2) 1355 1985 2481 2907 3286 3632 3952 4252 4535 4803 5992 7004 7900 8636 9304 9921 10497 11037 11548 12033 12495 12937 13360 8" (49.0 15.00 2" 78 84 111 119 145 167 203 233 260 3" 172 183 242 260 317 365 445 510 567 4" 267 287 377 403 493 568 692 795 883 6" 578 622 817 877 1070 1233 1502 1717 1917 8" 1008 1083 1422 1527 1867 2150 2617 3000 3333 10" 1518 1632 2150 2300 2817 3233 3950 4533 5033 12" 2150 2300 3033 3250 3967 4567 5567 6400 7117 For an equivalent size fiberglass valve.0 6.2 1.8 2.65 in2) 2360 3457 4321 5062 5722 6324 6882 7404 7897 8365 10434 12197 13759 15039 16203 17278 18280 19222 20111 20955 21760 22529 23266 10" (78.0 7.0 11.6 0.0 8. Pressure Setting psig 0.7 in2) 5356 7847 9809 11490 12989 14355 15621 16807 17925 18988 23685 27685 31231 34137 36778 39218 41494 43631 45650 47566 49392 51138 52812 TABLE I Model 1500/1530 SCFM Air Capacity @10% Over-pressure and 60°F VALVE SIZE (ORIFICE SIZE) Pressure Setting psig 0.SIZING TABLES Tables are provided to allow you to select the proper size valve for your application.35 in2) 587 860 1075 1259 1423 1573 1712 1842 1964 2081 2595 3034 3422 3741 4030 4298 4547 4781 5002 5212 5413 5604 5787 6" (28.0 5.0 3.0 15.4 0.2 0.00 3.0 10.0 13.0 3.2 0.4 1.00 10.0 13. TX.8 1.0 14.35 in2) 532 764 946 1101 1239 1366 1483 1593 1697 1796 2240 2626 2976 3300 3605 3896 4175 4444 4705 4958 5177 5360 5535 6" (28. reduce tabulated capacities by 32%.47 in2) 3730 5464 6830 8000 9040 9995 10877 11702 12481 13221 16491 19277 21745 23769 25608 27307 28891 30379 31785 33119 34390 35606 36772 12" (112.00 1.0 12.0 4.51 in2) 1227 1764 2183 2542 2861 3152 3423 3677 3917 4146 5171 6062 6869 7618 8323 8994 9638 10259 10860 11363 11799 12216 12616 8" (49.013 in2) 333 488 610 715 808 893 972 1046 1115 1182 1474 1723 1943 2124 2289 2440 2582 2715 2841 2960 3074 3182 3286 4" (12.0 9.0 7. Groth Corporation.0 1.013 in2) 302 434 537 625 704 775 842 904 964 1020 1272 1491 1690 1874 2047 2212 2371 2523 2672 2816 2956 3082 3183 4" (12.8 1.8 2.976 in2) 141 207 259 303 343 379 413 444 473 501 625 731 825 901 971 1036 1096 1152 1205 1256 1304 1350 1395 3" (7.00 4.0 11.4 1.0 10.0 14.6 1.6 1. a Continental Disc company.00 6.87 1.976 in2) 128 184 228 265 299 329 357 384 409 433 540 633 717 795 869 939 1006 1071 1134 1195 1254 1308 1351 3" (7. Stafford. WC 0.65 in2) 2111 3035 3756 4373 4922 5432 5889 6325 6739 7133 8896 10429 11818 13106 14319 15474 16581 17649 18684 19535 20284 21001 21689 10" (78. It is suggested that API Standard 2000 be utilized to obtain the required flow capacity.00 8.6 0.0 4.47 in2) 3296 4738 5864 6826 7683 8466 9193 9875 10520 11136 13887 16281 18449 20460 22354 24156 25885 27552 29168 30473 31642 32761 33834 12" (112.0 9.0 12.0 1.0 2" (2.73 2.

MAX.75 kg) 2" (51 mm) 10 oz/in 12 oz/in 15 PSIG (1.5 gm/cm ) 2 2 8" (203 mm) 9 3/4 " (248) 23 1/2 " (598) 31 1/2 " (800) 31" (788) 60 (27.75 kg) (70. SIZE INLET OUT.75 kg) 2 17 3/4 " 23 1/4 " 21 1/2 " 27 3/4 " 25 1/4 " (641) 8 1/2 " (216) (61.3 gm/cm ) 2 2 12" (254 mm) *Approximate weight of aluminum Model 1500. A (metric) B (metric) D (metric) E (metric) AA (mm) BB (mm) DD (mm) APPROX. MODELS 1500 and 1530 Specifications subject to change without notice.7 gm/cm ) 2 14 oz/in 16 oz/in 16 oz/in 16 oz/in 2 8 1/2 " (216) 20 1/2 " (521) 26 1/2 " (673) 25" (636) 45 (20.9 gm/cm ) 2 2 5 1/2 " (140) 14 1/2 " 17 1/2 " (368) (673) 7" (178) * 35 (13.3 gm/cm ) 2 2 (260) 120 (54.7 gm/cm ) 2 1/2 oz/in2 (2. SHIP WT.75 kg) 10" (254 mm) 12" (305 mm) 293⁄4" (756) 10 ⁄4" 1 18" (457) 5/8 (70. MIN. 123⁄4" (324) 27 1/2 " (699) 40 1/2 " (1029) 39" (991) 120 (54. Certified dimensions available on request.5 gm/cm ) 2 2 8 1/2 " (216) (273) (318) " 26 1/2 " 27 1/2 " 12 (324) 1/4 65 (29. MIN. USA . a Continental Disc company.2 gm/cm ) (340) (451) (546) 2 5" (127) (52.05 kg/cm ) 2 2 4 3/4 " (43.75 kg) (52. Certified dimensions available on request.2 gm/cm ) SEE TPD3 4" 6" (152 mm) 12 oz/in (.9 gm/cm ) 2 2 (121) 16 1/2 " (420) 13 1/2 " (343) 18 1/2 " (471) 3" (76 mm) (102 mm) 2 5 3/4 " (146) 17 3/4 " (445) 17 3/4 " (451) 20" (508) 30 (13.2 gm/cm ) 2 11 1/2 " 14 1/2 " (292) (318) (368) (420) (496) (591) (705) 4 1/8 " (105) (43.SPECIFICATIONS Model 1520 Model 1560 Model 1500 Model 1530 MODELS 1520 and 1560 Specifications subject to change without notice.3 gm/cm ) 2 " 42 3/4 " 43 1/2 " 20 (524) 145 (66.75 kg) 3" (76 mm) 4" (102 mm) 12 1/2 " 16 1/2 " 1/2 oz/in2 13 3/8 " 19 1/2 " (2.75 kg) 12" (305 mm) 14" (356 mm) 28 3/4 " (730) 333⁄4" (858) 11" (279) (70.75 kg) (61. LBS * 25 (11.3 gm/cm ) 2 2 " 10 3/4 " 32 1/2 " 33 1/4 " 15 (387) 12 1/2 " 37 3/4 " 37 1/2 " 15" (381) (1086) (1106) 85 (38.17. STANDARD SETTINGS PRESSURE VACUUM MAX.75 kg) 3 oz/in (52.3 gm/cm ) 2 675 Groth Corporation. Stafford. LBS 2" (51 mm) 3" (76 mm) 10 oz/in 12 oz/in (13.25 kg) *Approximate weight of aluminum Model 1520.75 kg) 15 PSIG (1.5 mb) 2 2 6 1/2 " (165) 18 1/2 " (471) 19 1/2 " (495) 21 1/4 " (540) 35 (15. MIN. SIZE STANDARD SETTINGS PRESSURE VACUUM MAX.75 kg) (70.7 gm/cm ) 2 2 6 1/2 " (165) 19 1/4 " 22 1/2 " 9 1/2 " (241) 3/4 45 (20. TX. MAX.3 gm/cm ) 2 2 10" (250 mm) 113⁄4" (298) 25 1/2 " (648) 37" (940) 34 3/4 " (833) 90 (40.05 kg/cm ) 3 oz/in (102 mm) (152 mm) 2 4" 6" (152 mm) 6" 8" (203 mm) 12 oz/in 14 oz/in 16 oz/in 16 oz/in 16 oz/in 2 6 1/2 " (165) 2 (52.7 gm/cm ) 2 6" (152) 18" (457) (489) (673) (826) (959) 19 3/4 " (502) (572) (699) (845) (953) 8 1/8 " (206) 35 (15.75 kg) (70. MIN.75 kg) 8" (203 mm) 10" (254 mm) 9 3/4 " (248) (70. A (METRIC) B (METRIC) AA (METRIC) BB (METRIC) APPROX. SHIP WT.

3. a Continental Disc company. all other are stainless steel. Aluminum body will include stainless steel and/or aluminum trim. Carbon steel and stainless steel body wil include stainless steel trim. EXAMPLE 1 5 3 0 0 6 ® 3 5 V O O Indicates a 6" Model 1530 with carbon steel body and 316 SS trim using Viton soft goods with factory supplied pressure switch and solenoid. Groth Corporation.HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering. Stafford. select proper model numbers MODEL # SIZE MATERIAL SOFT GOODS OPTIONS 1500 1520 1530 1560 02” thru 12“ Trim Body Material 1 = Aluminum 3 = Carbon Steel 5 = 316 S.S. USA 676 . 6 = Vinyl Ester Resin 7 = Furan Z = Special B E V T Z = = = = = Buna-N EPR Viton® Teflon® FEP 1 Special O = No Options Z = Special Options 1 = Factory supplied pressure switch 2 = Factory supplied solenoid valve 3 = Both 1 and 2 above NOTES 1. 2. 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. Aluminum and carbon steel will include carbon steel actuator housing. TX.

qxd.a Continental Disc Company 13650 N. USA Section 6:1500 Brch. 2002. Promenade Blvd.5m . June. Texas 77477 tel fax (281) 295-6800 (281) 295-6999 www. a Continental Disc company. TX. Stafford.grothcorp.com 677 Groth Corporation. 2. Stafford.

SECTION 7 BLANKET GAS REGULATORS Series 3011 Blanket Gas Regulators • .

021 and 5.931.5”WC Bubble tight shut-off Setting range from 0.238.0”WC All stainless steel construction Compact design .5”WC to 8.188 FEATURES Balanced chambers for accurate performance Single stage regulation .200 PSI to 0.BLANKET GAS REGULATORS Series 3011 3011H cutaway shown Patented US 5.

8 13.57.0 1.0 1.1.5 0.7 2.5 .2 20.2 1. • API Standard 2000 • EPA Publication AP-42 • NFPA 69 .0 1.2 1.0 2. This is done for the following reasons.8 0.0 .5 2.0 1. MODEL # SPRING RANGE 3 4 5 MAX SUPPLY PSI BAR 200 200 200 13. • Reduce hydrocarbon emissions during normal breathing.2 2.10. • Setting range is from 0.8. modulating valves with a patented force multiplying linkage.0 SET PRESSURE MBAR 1.5” WC .) • Compact size and weight.5.3 13.1515100 200 150 50 3011L 3011H 1 pressure service weight 21lb / 10kg MAWP 8 PSI / 0.5 8. a Continental Disc company.7 .3011 SERIES Both the 3011L and 3011H gas blanket regulators provide a controlled gas environment in storage tanks for the following applications.5 5. Stafford.4 3011L 3011H 702 Groth Corporation.8 13.4 6.0 pressure service weight 33lb / 15kg MAWP 2 PSI / .0 8.5 .0 5.5 2. • Elimination of a potentially flammable mixture by maintaining either an inert or fuel rich environment.5 BAR 50 100 150 200 200 200 3. • Minimize tank corrosion.9 10.40.0 .8 13.5 .7 2.7 5.2 .2.5 3. select the lighter spring MODEL SELECTION Use 3011H when set pressure range overlaps.36.7 16.8 MIN SETTING IN WC MBAR 0.2. TX.0 3.5 1. • Adjustable flow capacity (5-100%) • Available for vacuum service (consult factory) Benefits of storage tank blanketing are recognized by the following government regulations and industrial standards.1.0 SUPPLY PRESSURE (PSI) 51101.5 1. • Prevent product contamination.8 3.7 5.0 8. Groth gas blanket regulators have the following features: • Direct acting. • Wide selection of elastomer seal materials.5 1.7 1.0 2.5 6.5 3.5 MAX SETTING IN WC MBAR 0.5 6.7 1.0 1.3 13.9 10.14 BAR 3011L SET PRESSURE IN WC 0.7 3.8 13.0 . • Balanced forces acting on piston (setting is not affected by supply pressure.8.0” WC (Consult factory for other settings) • NPT (F) or ANSI flange connections.Standard on Explosion Prevention Systems • OSHA Part 1910.0 3.5 2. • Refineries • Chemical & Petrochemical Plants • Liquid Bulk Storage Terminals • Pulp & Paper Plants The blanket gas is controlled at a defined pressue (or vacuum) level and is used to exclude air from the tank.0.0 2.3.106 28 3 11 25 10 35 26 2 9 1 4 27 26 13 42 19 20 17 36 32 33 34 5 21 22 23 24 18 29 30 15 43 Figure 1: Cross-section of 3011H SPECIFICATIONS Please note when spring ranges overlap.20 3011H 2 3 4 5 6 SUPPLY PRESSURE (BAR) 3. USA .7 16. • Prevent product evaporation.

Hex Bolt.66 11.ASSEMBLY 31 37 6 7 38 39 12 40 14 37 41 8 8 BILL OF MATERIALS Item Name 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 32 33 34 35 Body Bonnet.52 6. Guide ring O-Ring. USA . Hex Spring Material 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS Nylon Nylon Tygon® 316SS 316SS 316SS Alum PVC 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 316SS 28 3 11 10 35 26 2 25 9 1 4 13 42 19 20 27 26 17 SOFT GOODS KIT 36 16 32 33 34 5 21 22 23 24 18 29 30 15 43 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Gasket.07 2.34 0. Lower actuator Piston Retainer. Stafford. Pop Pin. a Continental Disc company. the orifice selector sleeve (12) is factory set at 100% capacity. Unless otherwise specified.03 1.69 1. Actuator Spacer. Actuator Diaphragm. Actuator linkage Nameplate Vent Vent connector Nut. For restricted flow. Piston guide Plate. Lock Bolt.0 12. Actuator Roll.38 2.28 9. multiply the table values by the appropriate orifice selection percentage. Orifice selector Screw. NITROGEN SCFH 5800 8800 11500 14000 18900 23600 28200 32600 41300 50100 58800 67500 76300 85000 93700 NCMH 164 249 326 397 535 669 799 924 1170 1419 1666 1912 2161 2408 2654 NATURAL GAS 0.6 SG SCFH 7400 11300 14600 17900 24000 30000 35800 41500 52600 63700 74800 85900 97000 108100 119200 NCMH 210 320 414 507 680 850 1014 1176 1490 1805 2119 2433 2748 3062 3377 703 Groth Corporation. Pressure adjustment Sleeve. Hex Washer. Actuator Teflon FEP ® 1 Viton® Viton® SS SS Viton® Viton® ® * * * * 1 Teflon FEP Figure 2: Cross-section of 3011L *See Soft Goods selection for available materials 1 Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. Actuator linkage Bracket.14 5. Lock Nut. Bonnet Button.45 4.76 3. Adjustment acrew Housing. Hex Washer.Locking screw Diaphragm.8 CARBON DIOXIDE SCFH 4600 7100 9200 11200 15100 18800 22500 26000 33000 40000 47000 53900 60900 67900 74900 NCMH 130 201 261 317 428 533 637 737 935 1133 1331 1527 1725 1924 2122 Table shows flow capacity for a regulator set at 100% full open. Roll pin Rivet. FLOW CAPACITY SUPPLY PRESSURE PSI 5 10 15 20 30 40 50 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 BAR 0. Actuator linkage Arm. TX.4 13. Upper actuator Housing. Lift O-Ring. Actuator linkage Arm. Diaphragm support Bracket. O-Ring piston seat Retainer. Sleeve locking Ring. Retaining Stop.90 8. Piston O-Ring. Spring Screw. Diaphragm Adapter. Hex Bolt. Actuator linkage Roller. Piston seat Ring. Spring Cap.

0 1" NPT(F) (TYP) 1" 150# FLANGE (TYP) OUTLET 1. Viton®elastomers.63 OUTLET INLET INLET 6.5” WC and no special requirements.0 3. • For special options.0” WC to 1. TX.0 Figure 3: 3011H Figure 4: 3011L HOW TO ORDER For easy ordering.75 1" NPT(F) (TYP) 11. select proper model number MODEL # INLET OUTLET MATERIAL SOFT GOODS ORIFICE SELECTION SPRING RANGE OPTIONS 3011L 3011H 3041L 3041H NOTES Inlet Outlet N = 1” NPT(F) F = 1” 150# Flg Z = Special Body Material 5 = 316 SS • Include model number when ordering.88 8.0 3. full capacity orifice. Stafford. • See flow table for available sizes. a Continental Disc company. USA .0 1" 150# FLANGE (TYP) 11. set pressure range from 1.N = Chemraz® = EPDM = Viton® = Special • Consult factory for regulators with vacuum settings (3041L and 3041H).5 Ø14.63 1.13. • Actuator diaphragm is only available in Teflon® FEP1. consult factory. Orifice Selection 1 = 100% 2 = 75% 3 = 50% 4 = 25% 5 = 20% 6 = 15% 7 = 10% 8 = 5% Spring Range Options Select from O = No Special Options Spring Z = Special Options Range Table EXAMPLE 1 3 0 1 1 H N 5 V 1 2 O Indicates a Model 3011H Regulator with 1” NPT body connections. Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont Corporation. 316 SS construction. B C E V Z Soft Goods = Buna .75 20.0 1/2" NPT(F) SENSE PORT 1/2" NPT(F) SENSE PORT Ø19. 704 Groth Corporation.

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beyond the limits of the table. Required flow. use the following formula: Fn = [ (Pn . 2x Maximum set pressure shown in the table for all other valves. TX.36 16” 1. use the following formula: 2.Pl) ] sqrt (Pa/Pmax) * Fmax = CF 3. Flow at allowable pressure. Pmax = Note: All pressures are gage pressure.qxd.25 20” 2. which will permit the quick determination of flow and pressure quantities that are between the stated flow capacities shown on the flow tables or beyond those included on the tables. “C” factor must then be applied. To approximate flow through a larger unit. Maximum flow shown in the table.25 Pl Flow verification can be provided by Groth Corporation. we are providing the following formulas and information. Stafford. shown on table Pmax = Fmax = CP = = Pa Fr = = (Fr2/Fmax2) * Pmax = CP allowable pressure [vacuum].Fl) (Ph . Ph CF 4.78 18” 2. Pressure at required flow. PDF Groth Corporation.Pl) X (Fh . To determine flow at a pressure (vacuum) beyond the limit of the flow capacity table.00 30” 6. use the following formula: + Fl Pn Fn Ph Fh Pl Fl = = = = = = Set pressure to be interpolated Flow corrected to correspond to the new set pressure Pn Next higher set pressure shown on table above Pn Flow at Ph . shown on table Next lower set pressure shown on table below Pn Flow at Pl . April 2006.ADDITIONAL DATA FOR USE WITH GROTH'S FLOW TABLE TPD1 In response to the many requests for an easy reference. To obtain flow capacities that are in between stated flow capacities on the chart. a Continental Disc company. These formulas assume that the valve is full open (100% overpressure) INTERPOLATION ON FLOW TABLES 1. To determine pressure [vacuum] at a flow beyond the limit of the flow capacity table. if applicable. beyond the limits of the table. USA TPD1 . multiply the 12” unit capacity (at the desired flow pressure) by the following constants: Pn Size Constant 14” 1. Maximum tank pressure or pressure drop shown in the table for flame arresters and free vents. Fl Fn Fh Section 8:TPDs.78 24” 4.

2 1.2 1. and the heavier machined plate pallets required for high working pressures may not permit low vacuum settings. USA TPD2 .8 1. ◊Consult factory for MAWP >30 PSIG. Stafford.50 15 15 12 12 5 5 5 2 Size (inches) 2” 3” 4” 6” 8” 10” 12” Stamped Pallet Minimum Maximum Vacuum Tank Setting Pressure [oz/in2] [psig] 1. However. Groth Corporation.2 3.5 oz/in setting. a Continental Disc company.STANDARD SETTINGS AND MAXIMUM TANK WORKING PRESSURE TPD2 1200A SERIES VALVES Due to the modular construction of Groth pressure/vacuum relief valves.3 1. the light weight formed pallets required for low vacuum settings may not withstand the high working pressures.5 2.50 0.4 2.1 25 25 20 20 15 15 15 Machined Pallet Minimum Maximum Vacuum Tank Setting Pressure [oz/in2] [psig]◊ 1.0 1. 1300A and 1360A valves based on the dead weight of each pallet assembly.1 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 *Some sizes require non-ferrous components to achieve 0.50 0.2 3. TX. vacuum relief valves may withstand tank working pressures as high as 100 psig (special construction required).50 0. The following table defines the minimum vacuum setting as a function of the maximum tank working pressures for Models 1201B.50 0.50 0.9 1.50 0. Table 1 — Minimum Vacuum Settings versus Maximum Tank Working Pressure Spun Pallet Minimum* Maximum Vacuum Tank Setting Pressure [oz/in2] [psig] 0.2 1. internal components can be utilized which permit settings as low as 0. 1221B.5 oz/in2 and as high as 15 psig.3 1. Similarly.

the actuator will be vented to the valve outlet. Therefore. if a part of the system fails which prevents the supply of tank vacuum to the valve actuator above set pressure.PILOT OPERATED VALVE/ MODES OF FAILURE TPD3 A pilot operated pressure relief valve uses tank pressure acting on the actuator diaphragm to hold the valve closed. the mode of failure is “Fail open. Therefore. Groth Corporation. USA TPD3 . the actuator will be vented to the valve outlet. Therefore. while tank pressure acting on the pallet attempts to force it open. actuator pressure will be vented to atmosphere through the failed diaphragm. In this case.] fails which prevents the pilot from holding tank pressure. the pilot valve will not open. while tank vacuum acting on the pallet attempts to hold it closed. etc. additional emergency or safety vacuum relief valves should be provided for tank protection in case of an operating valve failure. The reliability of molded Teflon diaphragms has been proven by accelerated cycle tests under maximum over-pressure conditions. the valve actuator pressure will be vented and tank pressure on the pallet will force the valve open.” When a Model 1402 Pilot Valve is used to provide additional opening force at low tank pressure. If any part of the pilot operated system fails. etc. seat/seal. for example: • If the actuator diaphragm fails. and will continue to direct atmospheric pressure to the actuator above set pressure. the mode of failure may be “Fail-closed.” A pilot operated vacuum relief valve uses tank vacuum acting on the actuator diaphragm to force the valve open. the failure of either the pilot valve diaphragm or the valve actuator diaphragm will prevent pressurizing the actuator. the valve will open prematurely. • If a pilot valve component [spring. TX. • If the pilot valve diaphragm fails. If a pilot valve component [spring. However. it is good tank protection practice to use pilot operated vacuum relief valves or Model 1402 pilot valves under operating conditions. The pilot directs tank pressure into the valve actuator below set pressure and atmospheric pressure into the actuator above set pressure. for example: • If the actuator diaphragm fails. tank vacuum acting on the pallet will hold the valve closed indefinitely.] fails which allows the pilot to supply tank vacuum to the actuator. the weight of the valve stem assembly will tend to hold the valve closed. The pilot valve directs atmospheric pressure into the valve actuator below set pressure and tank vacuum into the actuator above set pressure. However. • If the pilot valve diaphragm fails. a Continental Disc company. the actuator will be vented to atmosphere. Stafford. seat/seal. The valve may not achieve full open flow capacity until tank pressure reaches 4-7" WC.