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BS5352:1981

UDC 62 1.840.03 : 6815.8.026

CONFlRMED NOVEMf3ER 1983

Specification for

Steel wedge gate, globe and check valves
50 mm and smaller for the petroleum,
petrochemical and allied industries

Sp6cification pour les vannes a coin, sphdriques et de retenue en acier de 50 mm
ou moins pour les industries du p&role, p&rochimiques et industries associ6es
Spezifikation ftir Stahlkeil-Absperr-, Durchgangs- und Regulierventile 50 mm und
kleiner, ftir die Erd61-, Erdiilchemie- und verwandte lndustrien

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BSS352: 1981

Contents
Foreword
Cooperating organrzattons

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Page

1
Back Covrnl

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Specification

Section six. Prepsrstion for despstch

Section one Gonor*)
1. scope
2. References
3. Defindion
4. Pressure classthcation
5. Pressure/temperature rating5
6. Nominal sizes
7. End types
8. lnformetton to be supplied by the purchaser

44. Oespatch preparation
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Appendices
A. Application to piping systems with flanges
in accordance with 8s 4504 : Part 1
8. Applrcation to piping systems with screw
threads rn accordance with 8s 2 1
C. Type test for bellows used in bellows seal
gate or globe valves
D. Details of butt-weld ends

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Section two. Dosign
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22.

Shell
Backseat face
Bolting
Direction of flow
Nameplate
Wedge
Disk and disk nut
Stem
Stuffing box
Yoke, yoke sleeve and yoke bush
Body seat and body seat ring
Handwheel
Bellows seal
Check valves

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Section three. Materials
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37.

Shell
Body seat ring
Body and bonnet/cover gasket
Wedge, disk, piston or ball
Yoke
Handwheel
Handwheel and yoke bush/sleeve retaining nut 8
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Yoke bush or sleeve
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Gland
8
Bellows
8
Trim
8
Stem packing
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Bolting
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Nameplate
10
Special applications

Section four. Marking
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General
Body markings
Identification plate marking
Additional markings
Omission of markings

Tables
1. Pressure/temperature ratings for class 800
screwed and socket-weld end valves
2. Pressure/temperature retings for bellows
seal valves
3. End type availability according to class and
size of valve
4. Minimum body and bonnet well thickness
(excluding pipe ends)
5. Minimum port diameter and seat bore
6. Minimum outside diameter or dimension
across flats of body ends
7. Minimum wear trevel
8. Minimum stem diameter for wedge gate valves
9. Minimum stem diameter for globe valves
10. Packing end stuffing boll diln5mion
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2. Typical wedge gate valve (inside screw)
3. Typical globe valve (outside screw)
4. Typical globe valve (inside screw)
5. Typical vertical ball check valve
6. Typical piston/ball check valve
7. Typical bellows seal wedge gate valve
8. Weld-end for connection to pipe of wall
thickness t of 4.8 mm to 22 mm inclusive

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or for low temperatures. Similarly.BS 5352 : 1981 Foreword This Britirh Standard her been prepared under the direction of the Mechanical Engineering Standards Committee and constitutes a revirron of BS 2996 : 1966 and BS 3808 : 1964. globe and check valves previously covered by BS 2995 and BS 3808. ‘NOTE. BS 14 14. The previous sections in BS 2996 and BS 3808 dealing with tests and inspection have not been included in this standard. BS 1600 or 8s 3600.. !I! This standard can also be used as a general guide where valves of material composition outside the scope of section three of this standard are required as. BS 6755 : Pan 1’. Apart from metrication. but the list of shell and trim materials has been extended and bellowsseal valves have been included. BS 2080 will be amended. The valves are basically the same.1. This new metric standard covers classes BOO and 1600 screwed and socket-weld end wedge gate. Valvsa specified in this standard are pnmanly Intended for inrrtallation as followe: (a) screw&ends. Amendments to BS 14 14. BS 2996 and BS 3808 are withdrawn on publication of this standard. (d) hngedends. 2 P e J Where valves are for use in piping systems using flanges in accordance with BS 4504 : Part 1 or screw-threads In accordance with BS 2 1 attention is drawn to appendix A and appendix B respectively. with flanges in accordance with BS 1660:Part2. (b) socket-weldends. In the preparation of this standard. Rmuirrmonu for final insputbn and suuppkrttantary instrocuon st rll nren of manulmure 0tovtwJy spOef(kd in 85 5146 : Pan 1 : 19M (now withdrawn1 should k statad bv the putchmer in hi8 enauity or odor. with pipes or fittings threaded In accordance with API Standard SB or ANSI 82. CerMcerion. (cl burr-we/den&. It ir the Intention that valves complying with the requirements of this standard shall be interchangeable as units with those of similar type produced by American manufacturers. elro classes 1 SO. The plug valves previously covered in BS 2995 will be included in the new metric version of BS 1670.-- r c 8 i g f E : ui p P . BS 1868 and BS 1873. which in turn has been modified for bore dimensions of sockets to allow use of pipe in accordance with 8s 3600 and BS 1600. Attention is drawn to the certrfrcetion facilities described on the inside back cover. BS 1888 and BS 1873 will delete references to size 40 mm and smaller. sections in BS 2995 and 8s 3808 dealing with dimensional sizes and tolerances of screwed and socket-weld end details have been omitted and cross references made to the appropriate sections of the new metric version of BS 3799. with plain end pipe in accordance with API Standard St_ BS 1600 or BS 3600.-. with plain end pipe in accordance with API Standard SL. . for use in highly corrosive services and environments. globe and check valves previously covered by 8s 3808. for example. H Acknowledgement is made to the American Petroleum Institute and to the American National Standards lnstnute for data used. 300. consideration has therefore been grven to the Iatast edition of API Standard 602..800 and 1600 flanged and butt-weld end wedge gate. as these are now the subject of a separate standard.

and reduced bore (compact).4 and table 1 1). Pressure classification This standard applies to valves of the following class ratings : (1) reduced bore. for use at temperatures up to 425 ‘C only. The following types of valve shall not be used at service temperatures exceeding 42 5 ‘C: (2) globe (straight angle or oblique pattern). For pressure/temperature ratings for valves supplied for use in piping systems with flanges in accordance with BS 4504 : Part 1 see AZ. compact (class BOO only).8S5352:1981 British Standard Specification for Steel wedge gate. 300. Screwed and socket-weld ends classes 800 and 1500 only. compact (class BOO only). and with screwed and socket-weld ends: 4. References The titles of the standards publications referred to in this standard are listed on page 20. 3. (2) standard bore. applicable to valves covered by this standard shall be in accordance with tables PE. (a) Wedge gete velves. rising stem. The pressure/temperature ratings 5. (f) Check valves. outside screw and yoke. welded or union cover: (b) inside screw globe and screw down check valves. with outside screw and yoke. 600. screwed. for valves with a lower body ratinQ. (2) standard bore. rising stem and handwheel. 2 - . NOTE 4. reference should be made to 8s 3351.1 General. ( 1) reduced bore. (2) ball type (for angle or horizontal flow). nominal size (DN). however. with bolted. inside screw.2). Service temperature refers to the temperature of the fluid in the line at the valve. with outside screw and yoke. in nominal sizes 50 mm (2 in) and smaller in classes 150. rising stem and handwheel.3). It isdesigneted by the letters ON followed by II number. globe stop and check valves with flanged. Inside screw valves are subject to a service temperature restriction (see 6. bolted or welded bonnet. There is. and 800 only). This British Standard specifies requirements for forged.the values specified in table 2 shall still apply.600.3 Bellows seal valves. globe and check valves 50 mm and smaller for the petroleum. with inside screw. bolted or welded bonnet and bolted gland. gland nut and plug or needle type disk. (2) standard bore. BOO. petrochemical and allied industries Section one. scope 2.1 to PE-12 of BS 1560 : Part 2 : 1970 for the particular shell material except that class BOO valves shall be in accordance with table 1. for use at temperatures up to 425 ‘C only: NOTE 1. bolted or welded bonnet and bolted gland: (1) reduced bore. Definition For the purposes of this British Standard the following definition applies. screwed or bolted gland. (cl Globe valves. (d) Globe valves. NOTE 3. rising stem and handwheel. (b) Wedgegete v8lv8s. (3) ball type (for vertical flow). The terms ‘vertical’. NOTE. ‘horizontal’ and ‘angle’ relate to the axis of the body ends. cast or bar stock steel wedge gate. NOTE. plug or needle type disk. screwed or bolted gland. plug or needle type disk: Pressure/temperature ratings 6. 150. a temperature restriction on certain trim materials (see 33. 52 Inside screw valves. socket-weld or butt-weld ends. A numerical designation of size common to all components in a piping system other than those designated by outside diameter or by thread size. BOO and 1600 of the following types. General 1. (1) piston type (for angle or horizontal flow).30 ‘C. bolted or welded bonnet. NOTE. 5. rising stem. including screw down check valves (straight angle or oblique pattern). service pressure rating of the valve in Ibf/in2. with outside screw and yoke. The pressure/temperature ratings for bellows seal valves shall be in accordance with table 2. Where valves complying with the requirements of this standard are to be used at service temperatures below . including screw down check velves (str8ight angle or oblique pattern). NOTE 2. NOTE. It is a convenient round number for reference purposes and is normally only loosely related to manufacturing dimensions. 1500. Valves with a bellows seal may be subject to reduced pressure/temperature ratings compared with standard valves (see 5. (e) Bellows-sealed valves: (1) wedge gate. rising stem.300. bolted or welded bonnet and gland nut. The number in these class ratings represents the primary (2Jstandard bore (class 1500 only). and reduced or standard bore. NOTE 5. (a) inside screw wedge gate valves. (1) reduced bore. bolted or welded bonnet. and are a minimum requirement for valves complying with the requirements of this standard and having a body rating in excess of the values specified in table 2.

The use of valves et temperatures where the creep strength might be the limiting criteria is subject to the establishment of a design life. iPrimary service pressure.C 9.B.C A B.BS 5352 : 1981 Table 1. C B. NOTE 2. End type availability according to class and size of valve Nominal sts.C A. C A.C . Prouun/temperaturo ratings for class 800 scrowod and sock&weld end valvbs 8uvhm tempronIm la S&mum non-ohoak hbm neel mowloo I muto rottew 'C eu >ar* rar* Mr* 13s 137 136 133 132 130 138 137 135 133 132 130 138 137 136 133 132 130 176 20 0 22 5 25 0 27 6 30 0 129 128 125 122 116 110 129 128 126 122 116 110 129 128 126 122 118 110 32 6 36 0 37 5 40 0 42 5 45 0 103 97 89 81 71 59 103 97 91 86 80 74 103 97 91 86 80 74 8 45 4 47 5 50 0 525 54 0 55t 47 34 22 15 73 68 63 5st 50 73 68 03 55t 60 l l bar = 1 O6 N/mm2 = 100 kPa. 6. c B. C 9. NOTE 1. Table 3.--B. NOTE 1.B.--- A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A B. The use of valves at temperatures where the creep strength might be the limiting criterion is subject to the establishment of a design life.C A.B. End types Table 3 specifies the types of ends available for each class and size of valve covered by this standard. A. C NOTE : A denotes ftanged ends and butt-weld ends. 9.C A. Preuun/tomporaturo ratlngr for bellow8 84wbl valve 'C -30t038 60 bal >sr 75 100 126 150 09 08 87 Be 96 94 176 20 0 22 6 25 0 27 6 30 0 93 91 90 87 83 79 32 35 37 40 42 46 76 71 87 03 59 66 6 0 5 0 5 0 46 4 47 6 50 0 52 5 64 0 160 55t 47 34 22 15 t Primary service pressure. 8uvtoo Y ?I ohremtum- i%metybdmwm ted -30t03 60 75 100 125 150 Tablo 2. $ Non-preferred size. DN 8 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 Class 150 1BW 300 600 BOB B. C B. The above pressure/temperature ratings are the minimum requirement and valves having ratings in excess of these may be obtained from individual manufacturers. NOTE 2. Nominal sizes Valves of the following nominal sizes are specified in this standard: 8 f’/ in) DNlO &in) DN15 (Xin) DN 20 Win) DN25 (1 in ) DN 32* (1% in) DN 40 (1 X in) DN 50 (2 in) DN 7.B. The above pressure/temperature ratings apply to the bellows sealing element and are a minimum requirement for valves complying with this standard: bellows ratings higher than the values listed above may be obtainable from individual manufacturers who should be consulted as to the maximum pressure/temperature ratings applicable to their particular product. B denotes screwed ends.

1 7. (1) Special material requirements for valves in highly corrosive environment or for low temperature service (see clause 37). l- ctou 1600 Stondwd bon Bundard bow nduoed bon mm mm mm 3.-.3 3.0 18.5 29.5).8 5. (b) Whether screwed.0 17. and type of facing (see 9. Information to be supplied by the purchasar Certain clauses of this standard permit alternalives and the purcheser may require features which depart from this stsndard. _-.1 7.. 9. The body end ports shall be circular. if above 400 “C.4.8 5. class rating and nominal size.1 Generel.-- Nominal size DN .5 _-. 25 32 40 50 .0 9.5 6.5 35. Shall 9.5 (Q) The body and bonnet/cover gasket type (see clause 25). Table 5.5 19. the minimum wall thickness of body and bonnet.1 4.5 8.6 and 9.7 7. (ml Whether any additional markings are required (see clause 41).4.3oo.600 and 800 -.0 3. The shell shall be designed lo resist Ihs maximum pressure ratings.3 4.. Minimum port diameter and seat bore . . (1) If flanged ends are required.0 18.0 18. Socket details shall comply with the requirements of BS 3799.0 11.5 15._ .3). or if the desiyn pressure is above 50 bar (see clause 34).1 6.6).0 14.__ _-..0 19.30 “C or above 400 “C.2 Socket-weldends.0 40..0 12.5 11.- 6.0 27. Socket-weld end valves shall have circular ends and end faces machined square to the axis. 9.0 36. (h) The bellows material (see clause 32).3 Screwed ends.0 9.1). (1) The body and bonnet/cover material (see clause 23).4).0 45.4. the following.1 Gene&.. -. tClassas 1 so. (k) Material for bonnet/cover bolting. 0 11.8 6. 3.. The ends shall project check valves (see clruee 43J.6 5.5 mm - mm - 6. The purchaser shall state in his enquiry and Saction two.0 3.0 30.0 12.5 F Classes 150.. flanged or butt-weld ends are required (see clause 7). Screwed-end valves shall be of an appropriate shape to facilitate tightening and shall have ‘(n) Whether a lower sea1 1ost leekage rate is required for either hexagonal or circular ends.0 23. and specify packing design temperature.5 35. 15 20 25 32 40 50 (e) Stuffing bon requirements for bellows seal valves (see clause 17). Wedge gate valves -~ T T Globe and check valves Clau 1600 Wedge gate valves T G lebo and cheek VOIVOS Standard bore Reduced bore Standard bore Reduced bore Standard bore Standard bore mm mm mm mm 6.0 12. or for other special operating conditions (see clause 35)._. Minimum body and bonnet wall thickness (excluding pipe ends) (2) If butt-weld ends are required.7).5 28.. The outside diameter or dimension across flats of body ends for all types of screwed-end and socket-weld end valves shall be not less than the minimum values specified in table 6 for classes 800 and 1500.- 4 . if required for operation at process design temperatures below .5 22.4 Body ends for screwed-end and socket-weld end valves (j) State if any special packing is required.5 29.. NCAM I P Mlnlmum kadv and bonne t wa ll thlokneu rho DN (3) If screwed ends are required. 9. to minimize corrosive and erosive effects. whether welded-on flanges are acceptable. (cl Whether a bolted or welded bonnet/cover is required (see 9.6 5. standard or reduced bore (see clauses l(4. 300. ooa end 800 8 10 id) Whether a particular form of disk is required (see clause 16). state the pipe schedule number or wall thickness.1 4. lo minimize pressure loss and purchase order.2 Body and bonnet wrll thiaknoas.2 6. 9. li) The nominal trim material (see clause 33).0 15. The port diameter and sea1 bore shall comply with the values specified in table 5.0 31.BS 5352:1981 8.0 5.8 6.1 5._.__ .0 _..0 37. Design 9. or a union nut for check valves (see 22. T --- Minimum port diameter and seat bore Globe needle ValVeS -.8 8. 9.0 23.0 9.0 30. With Ihe exception of pipe ends.0 17. measured at any point..8).0 12. and outside diameter (see clause 9.1 7. state form of thread required (see 9. mm 8 10 15 20 .0 46.’ clear of the body to permit the effective use of a pipe (0) Requirements for special packaging (see 44.6 4.0 9.0 38.0 32.0 6.5 7. shall be not lessthan that specified in table 4.3 Port diameter and seat bore. (a) Type. socket-weld.5 22. Table 4. 9. .

the mating flange between the body and bonnet/cover shall be of a suitable shape to provide adequate strength. NOTE.8 Attachment of bonnet/cover.7 Butt-weld ends. Not less than four bolts shall be used in any flange and no bolting shall be less than 10 mm (X in) diameter. The bonnet or cover shall be attached to the body by means ofeither: (a) bolting (see clause 11). or (b) if specified on the purchase order. Bolts. 9.5 End tlanges. Bonnet/cover flange bolting shall be of the stud or stud bolt type. Butt-weld ends shall conform to the details specified in appendix D. 9. The joint between body and bontaet/cover shall be of a type that confines the Qasket. and secured by a nut if required. For bonnet/cover attachment by bolting. welding complying with the requirements of BS 3351. 11. NOTE. 11. the purchaser shall state either: (a) the pipe schedule number and outside diameter. Direction of flow If check valves of the vertical or angle pattern are used. if agreed between manufacturer and purchaser. 14. Minimum outside diameter or dimonrion across flats of body ends Class 800 Class 1600 mm mm 22 25 32 38 45 55 62 75 38 45 55 62 75 80 12. BS 3692 or BS 4190 except that a square head. or (b) cast integral with the body. 11. End flanges shall comply with the requirements of BS 1660 : Part 2. provided that the minimum thickness shall be retained.l This clause ir concerned only with that boltinQ forming part of the valve and is not concerned with bolting for flanged connections between the valve and a pipelme or pipe fitting. 10. fora ring joint. Stud bolts and nuts shall comply with the requirements of BS 4882 except that any bolting smaller than # in shall be screwed in accordance with BS 2693 : Part 1 (UNC) or BS 4439 (metric) to the tolerance Qrade specified in BS 4882. The type of flange facing shall be specified by the purchaser and shall be one of the types shown in figure 1 of BS 1560 : Part 2 : 1970.6 Face-to-face and end-to-end dimensions. or. 9. any line with a slope (upward or downward) of 5 D or less is deemed to be horizontal. assuming that the pressure acts upon an area circumscribed by the outside periphery of the gasket or. Thread lengths rhsll comply with the requirements of BS 3799. (b) swing bolt having an integral eye mounted on a trunnion. or a pin passed through the eye and effectively secured. or (c) welded to the body. Studs need not be of the wrench fit type. 9.2 The working stress in bolting material for bonnet/cover flanges at the primary service pressures given in clause 6 shall not exceed 62 N/mm2. For the purposes of this standard. by drilling or pinning to the wall of a pressure-containing part. Studs shall comply with the requirements of BS 2693 : Part 1 or BS 4439 as regards dimensions and BS 4882 as regards materials. Backseat face A backseat face shall be provided for wedge gate and globe valve? 5 . Minimum outside diameter or dimension across flats of body ends Nominal size DN 8 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 T (e) headed bolt passed through a plain hole In the flange on the bonnet/cover neck. (d) stud bolts screwed into a tapped hole in the flange on the bonnet/cover neck and secured by a lock nut. End flanges shall be either: (a) forged. For screwed-end valves with hexagonal ends the across flats dimension shall be suitable for use with open-ended spsnnere complying with the requirements of BS 192. BS 1769. the flow shall be in the upward direction.1 unless otherwise stated by the purchaser.BS 5352:1981 wrench.3 Gland bolting shall be one of the followmg types: (a) hinged bolt secured by either a headed bolt passed through the eye and secured by a nut. For butt-weld ends. Globe valves shall be designed to be suitable for installation in either direction of flow but the preferred direction of flow for globe valves shall be from under the disk. The thread shall be in accordance with either API Standard 5B or ANSI 82. Bolting 11 . stud bolts and nuts shall be threaded metric or UNC and the dimensions of the threads shall comply with the requirements of BS 4882. The sharp outer edges of the seating surfaces shall be removed to prevent scoring of the body seating surfaces. BS 1768 (below 12 mm (‘/. or (b) the pipe wall thickness and outside diameter. side head and tee head bolts are acceptable. that the pressure acts through the pitch circle of the ring joint. Face-to-face dimensions for flanged-end valves and end-to-end dimensions for butt-weld end valves and ring-joint end valves shall conform to the dimensions specified in BS 2080. 9. Nameplate The nameplate shall be located on top of the handwheel. in) nominal size).9 Flanges between body and bonnet/cover. Wedge The wedge of wedge gate valves shall be of the solid type with integral or deposited faces. The attachment of flanges by other welding processes shall be the subject of agreement between the manufacturer and the purchaser. (c) stud bolt passed through a plain hole in the flange on the bonnet/cover neck and secured to the flange by two nuts. The welds of end flanges attached by butt welding shall comply with the requirements of BS 3351. forged or cast with the bonnet/cover. the side of the yoke or the side or top of the cover. 13. Table 6.

0 25 12.5 32 . Disk and disk nut The disk of globe valves shall be of either (a1 the flat-faced type.0 20. keyway or other suitable means. These minimum stem diameters may not be adequate for all seating designs. DN 8 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 Clanes 160. aD0 and BOO Standard bore Raduced bon mm mm 8.0 8.0 5.0 19.BS 5352:1981 17. shall be a8 specified in tables 8 or 9 for wedge gate and globe valves respectively. Minimum wear travel -.5 40 16.-- When assembled. The wedge shall be provided wlth a slot at the top to racelvo the button or teehaad of the stem. 16.5 16. stem materials and service conditions.0 17.6 1.0 I 6 i1 1 1 .0 6. Table 10. and shall be such that the disk cannot become detached in service. fitting into a slot in the top of the wedge to provide flexibility between the stem and wedge.0 CIOsa 1 soil Standard bore mm 12.0 16.0 12. the net area between the disk and the seat shall be at least equal to the area through the seat (see 9.0 12. NOTE.0 19.5 16.5 9. Retention shall be by an effective method. The minimum values of wear travel shall ba in accordance with table 7.5 11.0 Above 18. m 8. in the form of a teehead. measured where it passes through the packing. either loose or integral with the stem.5 14.5 Above 12.0 50 19. Stuffing box Tha wadge shall be Qulded in the body to pravrnt rotation and to ensura re-entry between the soots.5 15 9.5 16. the seating shall be on the stem or on the disk nut. The stem shall be such that the disk cannot become detached in service.5 16. When in the fully-opened position.5 19. For smaller stem diameters the choice of thread shall be at the option of the manufacturer.7 Stems on needle valves shall have the disk as an integral part or alternatively shall be such that the needle can articulate to permit correct alignment with the seat. Nomhul soot bore Jze MInImum wear trawl mm 8 10 16 20 25 32 mm 1 1 1 1 1.1 The minimum stern diameter.5 14.0 20.5 up to and including 12.5 Above 9.0 19.5 2 2 40 50 16.5 20 11.5 14.0 9. or (c) if specified by the purchaser.5 16.5up to and including 19.5 11.3oo. the needle-point type. The upper end of the stem shall be provided with positive and adequate location for mounting the handwheel. a square end.0 19.2 The stem shall have a bevelled.0 9.0 12.3 Stem threads shall be of ACME or other trapezoidal form for stem diameters 12 mm and above. Retention shall be by an effective method.0 8.5 16. for globe valves. 600 snd aoo Cleu 1 Boo 8 t M dwdbo 16.3). Standard bore Roducod born mm mm mm 7. Threaded or pinned connections between the stem and the wedge shall not be used. Nomlnal aI20 Minlmum stem diwnotar DN Cla8s. or the base of the stem turning in the wedge during operation of the valve.Q.5 Table 9.300.5 14. Minimum stem diameter for wedge gate valves 16. Stems for inside screw valves shall have an integral end in the form of a button which rotates during operation of the valve. mm 7.0 8 7.6 The design of the stem disk attachment on globe valves shall be such that the disk can articulate to permit correct alignment with the seat. spherical or flat seat machined on it to seat on to the backseat when the valve is fully opened or.0 up to and including 9. 16.6 Stems on gate valves shall have an integral end. Packing and stuffing box dimensions 16. Stem Table 8. the thrust point being’of radused form.4 On inside screw gate and all globe valves the stem shall be of sufficient length to ensure that the handwheel stands clear of the yoke when the valve is in the worn closed position. e. Where a disk nut is used it shall be securely locked in place. The stuffing box shall ba intagral with tha bonnet/cover and shall ba flat bottomad. The design of outside screw stems shall be such as to prevent the wedge leaving the stem.0 Nominal stem diameter Nominal packins width mm 2. Tsble 7.14. the thrust point being of radiused form.0 16.a 160. Tho relationship batwaen the stuffing box diameter and the sram dlamatar shall be such that the packing size specifiad in table 10 can be accommodated. or (bJ the plug type.0 7. the disk shall ba retained on the stem in such a way as to prevent any possibility ofh becoming detached in service. The depth of the stuffing box shall ba not la88 than six times the nominal packing width spactfied in table 10.5 3.0 19.5 11. Minimum stem diameter for globe valves Minimum stem dbmotor Jze 16.0 12.0 10 8.

Body seat and body seat ring 19. The yoke sleeve on wedge gate valves shall be machine finished on all contactsurfeces.3 Piston and ball guides.41 %. The yoke shall be either integral with the bonnet or screwed and secured effectively on to the bonnet. 19. Union joints shall be of the male and female type with a gasket k)C++F to be not greater than 0. 1 S. Bar stock materials for bodies and union nuts should be selected from BS 1502. (b) Verticelpattern. Shell The material for the body and bonnet/cover shall be specified in the purchase order and shall be selected from those listed in BS 1560 : Part 2. a hard faced deposit. 22. If union nuts are used they shall be of hexagonal or octagonal shape. so as to make an effective dashpot. as specified by the purchaser (see also 9. or (b) a separate insert. Tha cylindrical part shall fit Into tha shell or Q&e. When in the fully-opened poaition. The guide shall be located in position between the body and cover flanges. The dimension of the seat bore shall be as specified in table 5.22. 22.3. closed at its upper end and be provided with a metric tapped hole or other means to facilitate removal. The design shall be such that at the top end of travel of the ball a cushioning effect is obtained.1 Pisron ryw. The guide shall be correctly located relative to the body port by a dowel or other positive means. The seat ring in globe valves shall be screwed in and either shoulder-seated or bottom-seated and provided with lugs. The outer surface of the union nuts need not be machined.1 and 22. the net area between the seating face and the seat shall bs at least equal to the area through the seat. 22. 22. The handwheel shall be suitably marked with an arrow and the word ‘OPEN’ or ‘CLOSE’ or ‘SHUT (as appropriate) to indicate the operating direction of rotation. NOTE. for 222 Check mechanism. The design of piston and ball guides shall be as specified in 22. Piston-type check valves shall have an integral or separate guide of sufficient length10 ensure effective Quidance over the full length of piston travel.3. (a) 0. The bellows shall be attached to the bottom end of the stem and the body or bonnet by welding. which shall permit adequate flow when the ball is in the fully-opened position. If fitted.32 respectively. Check valves 22. with a bleedhole. (b) 0. NOTE. When in the fully-opened position the net area between the ball and the seat shall be at least equal to the area through the seat.1 Covers. l C and Mn are the carbon and manganese contents respectively. except that flat covers may be made from plate complying with the requirements of BS 1501 provided that it has the same nominal composition as the shell. Handwheel 20.22 Ball type.BS 5352 : 1981 18. The travel of the ball shall be limited by a grid or by other suitable means.32 8811 type. 19. in percent. 7 - . The design of the bellows and attachment shall be such that the valve head assembly is capable of a minimum cycle lie of 10 000 cycles for globe valves and 2000 cycles for wedge gate valves where one cycle is specified as fully open to fully closed to fully open.25 % maximum. 20. A single point contact shall notba used. 202 The handwheel shall be secured to the yoke sleeve or stem in such a way as to preclude loosening in service.1 Piston fype. the whole of the stem. For bolted cover valves the Quide shall be separate from the cover. The piston shall be of sufficient length to ensure its affective guidance over the whole distance of its travel. Materials 23. BS 1503 or 8s 970. The suitability of the bellows assembly design shall be demonstrated by means of prototype tests upon representative samples in accordance with appendix C.1 The handwheel shall be preferably of a spoked design with knobs or studs projecting beyond the outside diameter of the wheel to provide an effective grip.1 Body eeet The body seat shall be eIthK (al integral with the body shell. body or cover. The check mechanism shall either be of the piston type as specified in 222. carbon-manganese steels. Tho piaton shall be in the form of a cylinder. the body seat ring shall be secured in such a way that it cannot loosen in service. Globe valve stems shall be prevented from rotating by provision of a spline or similar arrangement. Bellows seal Except for the teeheed or button. the lower end of which ia shaped to form a sesting face. for 5 % chromium X % molybdenum steel. 21. (a) Horizonlal p8ttern. yoke sloove and yoke bush 16. 222. or (c) in the case of steel shells. Valves Shall be closed by turning the handwheel in a clockwise direction. for carbon and carbon-molybdenum steels.15 % maximum.2 Yoke sleeve. back seating arrangement and stem packing shall be isolated from the line medium by a flexible metallic bellows.8).1 Yoke. For union or welded cover valves the guide shall be integral with the cover. These check valves shall be provided with guides that shall be integral with either the seat.1 or of the ball type specified in 22. slots or a hexagon socket to facilitate removal. 16. 22. Valves shall be provided with bolted or Section three. These check valves shall be provided with a removable guide to locate the ball throughout its travel. All pressure-containing parts involved in welding operations shall have the carbon content restricted as follows : welded covers or union nuts.2 Body sect ring. Yoke.3 Yoke buah. The yoke bush on globe valves shall be either screwed or otherwise fitted into the yoke and locked in position.

i 1 I stem. disk. The wedge. (2) body seat surface. 33. the material shall be supplied in accordance with the general clauses of BS 1503 or BS 1506. or 33. (3) wedge seat surface. Wedge. 33. Trim 33.7 Finished stems shall have a hardness not less than 200 HB. either material shall be used for the body seat surface. The other material of the combination shall be used for the wedge.8 The steel supplier shall supply a certificate of compliance stating that the material conforms with the requirements of the standard. Graphite impregnated or coated packing shall not be used on valves with stainless steel shells or trim materials unless suitably inhibited. Yoke bush or sleeve The yoke bush or sleeve shall be of non-rusting metal having a suitable bearing qualrty and a melting point above 955 “C.ES5352 : 1981 24. 26. e. If carbon steel is used it shall be suitably protected against corrosion. 32. in the case of ball oh& vahres. Handwheel The handwheel shall be of steel. Disk-rotaimng nuts and grid plates shall be of a material not Inferior to that of the normal trim. Any yoke separate from the bonnet shall be of carbon steel (se0 also clause 37). 33.g. (2) ptston or ball seat surface.10 Diirential hardness between matin seatin surfaces other than CR 13/CR 13 shall be of the manufa 8 urers L ‘ s ndard (sea Table 11 for the materials affected). This does not preclude the purchaser specifying a particular packing. (c) check valves. as appropriate. Yoke 33. 8 .1 Tnm shall comprtse the following: (a ) wedge gate valve. or fb) starnloss stool tacketed asbestos. The bushing of a one-piece bushed gland or the gland proper of two-piece gland shall be made of a material having a melting point above 955 “C. and betwsen body seat and ball. The packing shall contain a suitable corrosion inhibitor.2 The trim matenal shall be selected from among those listed in table 1 1 under nominal trim symbols. 29. (2) body seat surface. (b) for other trims. 30.NAt4 (8) as specrfied In ES 3381. (3) disk seat surface.6 Seat surfaces shall have: (a) for trim with symbol CR 13. of not less than 56 HB. Stem packing specification Stabilized austenuic chromrum-nickel steel (titanium stabikzed) ES 1501-32tS12 Austenitic chromium-nickelmolybdenum steel (2X % molybdenum) ES 1501-316St2 A general purpose material suitable for the full pressure/temperature range of the valve shall be supplied. 33. Body and bonnet/cover gasket Tho body and bonnet/cover gasket shall bo either 0s 1501-347817 NA16 nn9rel-rronchromrum. t Known as lnconel600. CR1 3 and Cu-Ni. Handwheel and yoke bush/sleeve retaining nut The handwheel and yoke bush/sleeve-retaining nut shall be of a material having a melting porn1 above 955 “C. Typical material for bellows are as follows. The chemical composition and mechanical properties shall be in accordance with ES 970-3 10S24. Material Corresponding British Standard 34.5 The temperature limitations of certain trim material will restrict the pressure/temperature ratings of the valve to which they are fitted. molybdenum-coppmr alloys* BS 3072-NAl6 NA 14 mckel-chromrum-iron ekoyt BS 3072. 33. Body seat ring Unrtrbrkzed l uatonmc chromrumnickel rterl A body seat nng made of I) metsnal drfferent from 11s BS t601-304512 Stabihred aurtmnitrc chromium-nlckel soattng surface shell not be mfenor to the shell material. piston or ball shall have either integral or weld deposited seating surfaces.) not less than 205 N/mmz. disk. (4) disk nut. 33. (c) soft iron. disk. 33. IS specrfied.9 Material intended for the manufacture of stems shall have a yield stress (R. Any metallic part of the gasket shall have at least the same corrosron resistance as that of the shell. stool (niobium stabilrzedl 26. Grey cast iron shall not be used. (1) stem. Bellows Bellows material shall be selected such that the maximum service temperature is below the creep range. NOTE. 33. * Known as lncoloy 825. 33. (1) body seat surface. piston or ball (b) globe valves.3 If a combination trim. malleable iron or nodular Iron (see also clause 37). 27. a hardness of 256 HB minimum with a dffferance in hardness b&men mating body and wedge seat sutfaaaa in the case of wedge 9ets valves.4 Stems shall be wrought material. Any component with material drfferent from Its seating face and also its guides shall be of a material at least equal to that of the shell. the appropriate minimum hardness is given in Table 11. Gland A one-piece gland or any other gland flange shall be of steel.11 Where BS 970-3 1 OS24 is specified. NOTE. 28. piston or ball surface. The gasket shall be surtablo for the pressure/temperature rating of the valve. 31.

6) 13Cr 200 9s 1504 42oc29 A217-CA15 19-9 Ti 158Ti Cr-Ni-Ti 10-0 Ti Cr-Ni-Ti Ire0 note 3) Isee note 31 9s 1504 347c17 18-E Nb 19-8 Nb Cr-Ni-Nb 18-9 Nb Cr-Ni-Nb (see note 3) Is00 note 3) 0s 1504 347c17 lsee nors 41 A351-CFBC 1510-z 18-10-2 Cr-Ni-Mo 18-10-Z Cr-Ni-Mo free note 31 (see note 31 es 1504316C16 A351 -CFEM 25-20 2520 Cr-Ni 88-26-6 cr-co-w 25-20 Cr-Ni Isee note 3) (see note 31 HF _j zl%toto 61 13Cr CA13 end Cu-Ni (see 33.7.Table 11. 0 7 % maximum percent NOTE 5. No hardness mquoements spe&ed.91 Al92-F318 BS97 ge3 0s97031os24 1 (see 33.31 68-26-5 Co-Cr-W I Al 02-FBa Isee 33.7 and note 2) Manufacturer’s standerd with nickel 30 % minimum 200 BS 1504 (see nole 31 BS 307 1 NAl 42oc29 Ke 33.11 AlEI-F310 BS 97 bee 3 Al82-F68 95 97 (see 3 ftSl5 fsee3 ftS97 .3) 13Cr 13Cr Cu-Ni CR and 13Cr 250 (see 33.1) and 33. NOTE 4.7 and 33.10) 300 hloe 33.9 and 33. It is recommended.4 NOfE 2.9) Al92-F321 A 192-F347 BS 97 Isee 3 BSl5 8s 15 05970316516 Isee 33.7 and note 21 200 1751see33.7.901 13Cr 200 NOTE 1.10) 13Cr I 85970410521 A217CA15 BS97041OS21 bee 33.9 and note 21 I 9S 15034lOS21 Isee 33. Not appliceble for stems. in the case of material for seat surfaces.10) 70-30 vi-cu we note 31 0s 30 350 bee 33.9 and 33. 9s97041OS21 free 33.8) ES 15034lOS21 (see 33.see SS 15 I I 200 Al 92-Ffte ES 1504 42oc29 snd note 21 5s 15034lOS21 free 33.33.5 970347517 (see 33. the m substituted by htanium rrr tht! pruportron 5 * C mrnimum.33.rg3 (see 3 NOTE 3. A difforetttiel lurdrtw betweott soot swfaoa b ttof &f .7) A192-F8a SS97 .9) 0. By sgreement batten purchaser and manufacturer.9) 9s 1503347s31 (see 33.91 9s 1503321S31 (see 33.8 mnd note 21 9s t5034lOS21 Ire* 33. Vahm aim material 4 1 16 mm 6 a 0 7 10 Appmprlete metwiel soocifioe6ms wmbol Seat swfeces Csstln6s Isoe not5 1 I Sect urfsses U 66 4wi6n*aan CR13 13Cr 1660 33.10) Ni-Cu 70-30 Ni-Cu HF-Ni 78-l 1 Ni-Cr BS97 fsee3 0s 15 (see 3 BS97 (see 3 ES 15 elSl5 BS97032lS12 (see 33. that thrr valve mnnutacturers nrlviso Ihe Steel SuPPker the purpose for which the stenl is required and the seotintr aurhtr:o harrlnors to be irttarr:orl VI Ihu fmurhed par1 after fmal hear treatment.9 end 33.9) BS 1503316S31 Isee 33.7 and note 21 0s 15 free 3 A 192-F6a BS97 Isee 3 es 15 (see 3 350 (see 33. see 33.

(b) manufacturer’s name or trade mark. The test duration shall be 15 s for each test. for boltrng less than H in. 8S 5352. . (b) they are in accordance with BS 5383.1 Unless otherwrso spec~hotf rn the purchase order. R25L This identification shall be placed on the rim of both pipe end flanges or the bonnet/cover end flange of the body as applicable and on the outside periphery of the ring. or for low temperature servtce.__ CRl3-HF-CR13 or CR13 HF CR13 41. 36. Check valves: (1) piston or ball. Trim material shall be Indicated in the following order using the appropriate symbol from table 1 1. Nameplate The namoplats matonal and attachment shall be of corrosion-resrstant matertal to the manufacturer ’s standard. therefore. ‘Qction fiva. fb) Class ratmg (e. Bolting accordance with the requrremsnts 01 thr rtrndsrd The accuracy of ruch a clsrm 18 therefora l ulalv tha manufrcIursr’8 36. (g) Arrow to indicate direction of flow (globe and check valves only). 37. (a) they do not conflict with any of the markings specified in this standard. body and bonnet/cover boltrng metenal shall be: rerponrrbllrty. Gate valves: (11 stem. 36. Seat test leakage a rate A shall apply for ate and globe ValvOS including bellows sealed vafves and rate E shall apply for check valves (see BS 6755 : Part I). 39. i. and thet have interchangeability parts.5 (for the shell) or 1 . _~_.e. Identification plate marking Identification markings shall include the following: fa) The number of this British Standard. General -. e. this shall be so indicated. In the case of non-standard ring joints for body/bonnet flanges the flange and ring shall be marked RSpL. for bolting equal to or greater than % in.g.g. (c) Shell material identification. Examples of valve trim identrfrcation are: Section four. dimensions and material. Marking 38. le) Melt identification IS required on all pressure-containing steel castings in an unmachined location. bellows sealed valves.. The sequence of omission shall be: (a) nominal size. If a_ lower_seat test . fbl the manufacturer’s figure or number identifying the valve in all respects. ‘43. only be used for valves that are identicaltn design.. Omission of markings Where the size or shape of the valve body precludes the inclusion of all the required markings. The body marking shall state the following. for check valves this should be specified by the purcnaser rn tne enqurry or purchase order. (2) seat. Brass end slummrum ore accsptabla. (c) class rating.g. this shall be separate and distmct from the identification plate referred to rn clause 40. Special applications (c) Valve trim identificafion. Globe valves: (1) stem. 10 Bellows shall be tested in accordance with appendix C.. DN 15). Product prosawe testing All valves shall b prauure tested by the manufaotunr before dospatoh in acoordanoa with BB 6766 : Pan 1 and table 1 la of this standard. (2) wedge. (1) Pipe end flanges and body to bonnet/coverflanges grooved for ring joints and the rings to be used with them shall be marked with the corresponding ring number (e. the material specrficatron for all parts shall be subject to agreement betweon the purchaser and the manufacturer. NOTE. whichever is the lesser. NOTE 1. Additional markings Additional markings may be used at the option of the manufacturer or at the request of the purchaser provided that: la) Nommal size (e. (d) Manufacturer’s name or trade mark. The same figure or number shall. Tasting ’. tiertr HP2 4% m the cssa of cettihcrtton marks sdminrstarad by BSI or to tha epproprrrte authority for other certificrtton marks (a) ES 1506-62 1 A. (3) seat. the standard symbol specified in appendix D of BS 1560 : Part 2 : 1970. some of the markings may be omitted from the body provided that they are shown on the identification plate. j . If valves are specifrod for highly corrosrve services or onvrronments. i. Markmg BS 5352 on or In relation to a product is aclarm bv the manufacturer that the rxoduct has been manufactured in 42. Enqurnar as to the rvsrlebrlrty 01 third partv certiltcstron to rupport such clarmr should be eddressed to the Drrrctor. Mrylrndr Avsnur. (2) disk.g.leakage rate is required .BS5352: 1981 36. (3) seat. NOTE. (b) grsdo 87/2H of BS 4882.2 Unless otherwrse specified In the purchase order. detail. NOTE 2. This may be covered by a manufacturer ’s certificate unktss othetwise taquitad by the purchaser. Free-cutting carbon steals shall not be used. NOTE. 40.l (for the seat) times the manufacturer’s bellows rating. If on a plate. Thus identrfrcrtion may be used todetsrmrns the pressure/temperature rsting of the valve from the manufacturer’s technical data. Stem CR 13 WedgeHF or Seat CR 13 ___- Each valve shall be clearly marked with the body and rdentifrcatron plate markrng spocrfred in clauses 39 to 42. Body markings Body markings shall be integral with the body or on a plate securely fixed to the body. 300). .e. Brmsh Standards Inrtctutron. For bellows sealed valves the hydrostatic shell and seat test pressures shall be as specified in BS 6755 : Part 1 or 1. Hemel Hempstend. Where the valve is subject to special pressure/temperature limitations. material for gland and yoke bolting shall be steel of at least 430 N/mm? tensrle strength.

New table 1 la Insert the follow+g new table 1 la after clause 43. Required production pressure tests VIlV@ type C Backseat Scot LOW pr@8SU?O seat Hydrostrtlc Gate Globe Check Bellows sealed gate and globe L’ / . \/ d/’ J Hydrostatic Pnoumrtic Hydrostatk - d J d d . Table 1 la.

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except for austenitic stainless steel valves. !Q 13 a A5 ‘wed end Part ref.2 Unmachined external aurfeces shall be rust-proofed. which shallba left in their natural state I iI I 44.6 Body ends shall be suitably sealed to exclude forergn matter during transit end storage 44.4 Gate and globe vslver wedges and disks shall be rn the closed position when derpatched.1 After testing.BS6362:1081 Section six. prepared and suitably protected for despstch in such a way as to mmimize the possibility of deterioration during transit and storsge.6 When special packaging is necessary. the purchaser shall specify his requirements. Figure 1.3 With the exception of aurtentic stainless steel vetves. cleaned and dried. each valve shall be drained. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 9 Name of pan Yoke Gland packing Body/bonnet stud Body/bonnet nut Bonnet Body/bonnet gasket DodY Seat Wedge Item 8 may be welded or screwed to the yoke. 44. Preparation for deepatch 44. Deapatch pmperation 44. 44. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 9 IO l -weld end E&z I Name of part Sleeve nu Handwheel Nameplate Stem Sleeve t Gland nut Gland swing bolt Swing bolt retainer+ Gland Gland stud Part ref. 44. machined or threaded surfaces shall be coated with an easily removed rust preventive free BS 1133 : Section 6). Typical wedge gate valve (outside screw) 11 A .

BS5362 :1081 -weld end Scre Pan ml. Name of psrt Name 01 Part I Handwheel nut Handwheel Nameplate Stem Union gland nut Gland Gland packing Gland ring 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Bonnet Body bonnet studs Body/bonnet nuts Body/bonnet gasket Wedge Seat Bodv Figure 2. Part ref. Typical wedge gate valve (inside screw) .

Typical globe valve (outside screw) 13 . Nama ol Part 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Handwheel nut Handwheel Nameplate Stem Yoke bush nut Yoke bush Yoke Gland nut Gland swing bolt Gland I Parl ref.BS 6362: 1081 end Part raf. Figure 3. Name of Part 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Gland stud Swing bolt retainer* Gland packing Bonnet Body/bonnet gasket Disk Seat Body/bonnet studs Body/bonnet nuts BodY * Item 12 may be welded or screwed to the yoke.

I BS6362:1981 & kmwd end // / -- I Part ral. N*lWdPW t Handwhee l nut Handwhee l Na mep late Stem Un ion gland nut Gland Gland ing pack Gland ring I W&dod on fbnge end Part 1. Nmme d Part 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Bonne t Body /bonnet Body /bonnet Body /bonnet Disk Seat BodV stud nu t gasket Figure 4. Typical giobs valve (inside scre w) 14 l - .f.

BS6362:leSl dodonflangeend orQed/cast f ICtnQe end Socket-weld en Figure 5. Typical vertical ball check valve 1E .

Name oi Part 7 8 9 10 11 Ball guide Gasket Union cover Ball Body Figure 6. Typical piston/ball check valve 16 .BS6362:1081 ket-weld end Wblded on flange end Forged/cost flange end 9ody/cover stud Body/cover nut Piston guide Piston disk Part ref.

Typical bellows seal wedge gete valve 17 . Figure 7.BSS362:1081 It-weld end ‘wed end flange end Forged/cast flange end Psrt rsf. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 l I Part& Nsme of Part Sleeve nut Handwheel Nameplate Stem Sleeve 12 13 14 15 16 Gland packing Body /bonnet stud Body/bonnet nut Bellows cover Body/bonnet gasket Gland nut Gland swing Swing bolt retainer* Gland Gland stud Yoke 17 18 19 20 21 22 BodY Seat Wedge Sealing ring (top) Sealing ring (bottom) Bellows Nams of taart Item 8 may ha welded or screwad IO the Yoke.

PN 26). (2) nominal pressure rating and nominal size. Appendix B.5 with screw threads in accordance with BS 21 fKto2) A.4 Body end flanges A. Table 14. valves complying with the requirements of BS 5352 may be supplied for use in piping systems with screw threads in accordance with BS 2 1. Flange thicknesses shall be not less than those specified in BS 4504 : Part 1. If specified by the purchaser. Spot facing or back facing shall comply with the requirements of BS 1560 : Part 2. valves complying with the requirements of BS 5352 may be supplied for use in piping systems with flanges in accordance with BS 4504 : Part 1. the neck dimensions shall also comply with the requirements specified in BS 4504 : Part 1. The minimum outside diameter of the sealing face shall be in accordance with table 14. Valves in accordance with this appendix with flanges of the nominal pressure rating given in column 1 of table 12 shall have the same face-to-face dimensions as valves of the corresponding class given in column 2 end whose flanges are in accordance with BS 1660 : Part 2. This marking shall either replace or supplement the requirements of section four of this standard. diameter ot sealing face 8 10 15 20 25 32 40 50 (WI 6) (Xl WI (1) (1W (1%) (2) mm 18 22 26 32 39 49 55 68 A. A. When this is the case all the requirements of ES 6352 apply with the following qualifications. NOTE. as specified in the purchase order. valves shall be permanently marked with the appropriate nominal pressure rating (e. Pressure/temperature ratings for valves in materials other than those listed in table Al of BS 4604 : Part 1 : 1969 shall be as agreed between the purchaser and the manufacturer. Body end flange dimensions shall comply with the requirements of BS 4504 : Part 1 except that flange thicknesses may be the appropriate values from BS 1560 : Part 2.3 Finish of joint surface.4. When flange thicknesses comply with the requirements of BS 4504 : Part 1. This shall be as listed in clause 8 of this standard except that item (a) shall be extended by: (1) that valves are to comply with the requirements of this appendix. A. The supplementary marking shall appear on the rims of both body end flanges. The pressure/temperature ratings of valves with flanges in accordance with BS 4504 : Part 1 shall be in accordance with table Al of BS 4604 : Part 1 : 1969.7 Information to be supplied by the purchaur. A.1 Qenoral. Column 3 gives the applicable nominal size range. A. 18 . A. either taper or parallel.1 Dimensions.2 Preuuro/temperature ratings.3 Nominal pressure.6 Marking.42 Spot facing or back facing.nps DN (in) 16 10 25 150 150 300 40 300 II 151050 A.4. Nominal pressure. If specified by the purchaser. NOTE. BS 2 1 is technically equivalent to IS0 7/l. class rating and nominal size range 1 2 3 NO#Wl~l prossurm rating PN CkSS Nominal sire r.l General. When this is the case all the requirements of this standard apply with the following qualifications. The joint surface finish shall comply with the requirementa d BS 4604 : Part 1. fb) End faces of parallel-threaded valves shall have a smooth finish at right angles to the thread axis.g. (a) Screwed body ends shall have female threads complying with the requirements of BS 2 1. Minimum outside diameter of sealing face for valves with parallel threads in accordance with BS 21 Nominal size of thmad Thread desigMtion.Rp Minimum outsid. 8 Application to piping systems T~H d&ted’. class rating and nominal size range. When supplied for use in piping systems whose flanges are in accordance with BS 4604 : Part 1. Table 12. The dimensions given in table 14 comply with the requirements of IS0 1179.8SS352:1081 Appendir A Application to piping system8 with flanges in accordance with ES 4604 : Part 1 A.

The bellows shall be subjected to NDT examination on completion of the minimum number of cycles and shall show no sign of cracking.see table 151 r is the wall thickness of pipe Figure 8. or in a rig in which the bellows attachments simulate the actual design instellation. Weld-end fur connwtion to pipe of wall thicknear 4.6 A minimum of three bellows of each size and type shall be cycled to a minimum number of: (a) 10 000 cycles. 8. the angle 37.8 I L 0. 0. Weld-end bores shall be machined parallel for a distance of 1. (b) 2000 cycles.3 the drmenrions of butt-weld ends are specified rn table 16. Typlcal sectlens C. for wedge gate valves. C.6 f 2. C.8 mm to 22 mm inclusive Table 15. for globe valves. at the option of the manufacturer.6 ’shall not apply end wekt ends shall be finished to a slight chamfer or be square.BS B2 TWIT d&t&.88 listed in clause 8 of this standard except that item (b) shall be extended by: (1) that valves are to comply with the requirements of this appendix. 8.l The inside and outside surfaces of valve weld ends shall be machine finished overall. The outsides of weld-ends shall be run out in the manner indicated in figure 8 so that sharp angles and abrupt changes of slopes are avoided. C. NOTE 1. NOTE 2.8 I of . For end-to-end dimonsionr of bun-weld end valver aaa BS 2080.4 Cycling shall be carried out at ambient temperature and at the corresponding rated pressure. a hydraulic pressure test shall be carried out in accordance with clause 43 of this standard.5 of the nominal thickness 01 the pipe.5t and then run out as indicated in figure B without abrupt change of section. Regardless of tolerances specified for dimensions A and 8. For outride dlamoton and wall thicknesses of rtsnderd stool pipas see 8s 1600 : Pan 2. -0.D. This shall be.6 mm wall thickness. Appendix D Details of butt-weld ends . Appendix C Type test for bellowr used in bellows seal gate or globe valve8 6362:1081 02 For valves required to connect to pipe of less than 4. C2 Prior to the cycling test. (2) whether a parallel or tapered thread is required.3 Marking. Valves shall be clearly marked with the thread designation on each end of the valve. One complete cycle shall consist of movement of the bellows from the designed compressed condition to the designed extended condition and back to the designed compressed condition.4 Information to be supplled by the purchaser.3 The frequency of cycling is not to exceed one cycle per second. Dimensions of butt-weld ends Nomlnel ahe DN 15 20 25 32 40 50 A mm 23 28 35 44 50 62 Td*rClWX A 8 mm mm + 0.l The bellows shall be fatigue tested either by cycling a completely assembled valve head assembly. A is the outside diameter of weld end (see table 15) 6 is the inside diameter of pipe (for tolerance on B. the thickness of the weld end shall never be less than % 87.

1 Pipe threads (except Dryseal) ASTM A 182 Specification for forged or rolled alkv-steel pipe flanges. American Petroleum Institute and American Society for Testing end Materials standards (obtainable through BSI) API STD 58 Threading. 8S 1501 Plates Part 1 Carbon and carbon manganese steels.-- Specification for material marking and colour coding of metal pipes and piping system components in steel. 5crewI and nuts St551 pip5 fittings. -- .industrial _ . bltetr. application5 _ _. scmwed and socket-welding wedge gate valvu fcompact design). _ Nlckel-coppar alfoy casting5 Spacffkatkm for nickal and nickel sIloy5: shaet snd plate Specification for nickel and nickel allwr: bar Pfping systems for petroleum mflnefiesand petrochemical plants Metallic spiral wound gaskets for use whh flanges toBSlS00:Partsl and2 Specification for dimensksts and mauer per unit length of welded and seamless steel pipes and tubes for pressure purposes IS0 metric precirion hexagon bolts._ _ v .BSS362:1081 Standards publications referred to Pipe threads for tubas and fittings where pressure-tight joint5 are made on the thm5ds Open-ended wrenches (not including B. petroleum snd allied indUStrM8 Specification for steel forgings (including semi8S 1503 finished forged products) for pressure purposes Specification for steel casting5 for pressure BS 1504 purposes Steel pip5 flanges and flange fittings (nominal BS 1560 sizes X in to 24 in) for the petroleum industry Part 2 Metric dimensions Flanged end butt-welding end steel plug valves for 8S 570. petrochemical and allied industries Steel5 for fired and unfired pressure vessels.A.. . she5 2 in and smaller.r 20 . end-to-end and centre-to-end dimensions of flanged and butt-welding end steel valves for the petroleum. es4190 BS 4439 8s 4504 8S 4882 ~ -----r-. (flanged and butt-welding ends) for the petroleum. screws and nuts BS 1769 (UNC and UNF threads). and valves and parts for high temperature service ASTM A2 17 Specification for martensitic stainless steel and alloy steel castings for pre55ura-containing parts suitable for high temperature service ASTM A276 Specification for stainless and heat-resisting steel bars and shapes ASTM A35 1 Specification for austenitic steel castings for hightemperature service ASTM A479 Specifiition for stainless and heat-resisting steel barsandshapesforusainboibrsartdothar pmaauraVeasel5 le5tilIgdVafW5. the petroleum industry (excluding well-head and flow-line valves) Dimensions of steel pipe for the petroleum BS 600 industry Part 1 Imperial units Part 2 Metric unit5 Unified precision hexagon bolts. Imperial units 8S 1501-6 Steels for u5e in the chemical. for the petmleum industry IS0 metric Mack hexagon bolts. RderenCe is also made t0 the tOlloW8ng AIWJrbXn NatIOnal Standards Institute. . dimensions and tolemnces IS01179 Pipe connections for plain end steel and other metal tubas in . . Heavy series Steel check valves (flanged and butt-welding BS 1868’ ends) for the petrochemical and allied industries Steel globe and globe stop and check valves BS 1873. Metnc series Part 1 Ferrous Batting for ftanges and pmssum containing purpotes . including 550~ rteets capable of surface hardenintt by nltridino Part 3 Steels for ca5s hardening Part 4 Stainlou. screwed and socket-welding for the petrobum Industry Cast and for9ad steal ftanged. heat resisting and valve steel5 Part 6 C5rbon and rlloy spring steel5 for the manufacture of hot-formed spring8 Part 6 Sl metric values (for use whh 8S 970 : Parts 1 to S) Packaging code BS1133 S5cticm 0 Temporary protection of metal surface5 rgainst corrosion (during tranrport end storage) Steel wed90 gate valve5 fflanged and buttBS 1414 ’ welding ends) for the petroleum. forged fittings. tubing and line pipe threads API STD 5L Line pipe API STD 602*API Soecification for compact design carbon steel wedge gate valves for refinery use ANSI 82. ‘88 6786 BS 6383 * Referred to in foreword only. scmws and nuts Screwed studs for general purposes Flanges and bolting for pipes. gauging and thread inspection of casing. I. Imperial unit5 Pan 2 Atloy steels.. petrochemical and allied industries BS 2080 Face-to-face.w _r-. centre-to-face. Imperial units Part 3 Corrorion and heat resisting steel. Normal series Unified black hexabon bolts. nickel alloys and titanium el)oys Pipe thmads whom pressure-tight joints am made IS0 7/l on the threads Part 1 Designation. biro 8s 970 and forging5 P5rt 1 Carbon and carbon manganese steels including free cutting steals Pert 2 Direct h5rdening slloy rteelr. vahre and fittings. sbnl BS 192 Method for Brinell herdnou test BS 240 Port 1 Testing of metal5 Wrought rter~tr in the form of blooms. screws and nuts 8S 1768 (UNC and UNF threads). petrochemical and allied industries Screwed studs BS 2693 Part 1 General purpose studs 88 21 08 307 1 BS 3072 B’S 3078 B8 3361 B83381 8s 3800 8S 3692 BS 3799 8S 3808.

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