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RESUN
CAST IRON
LUBRICATED PLUG VALVES

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Lubricated Plug Valves Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cylindrical Plug Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Port Styles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Straightway Valves
Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Rectangular Port, Regular Opening
200 PSI WOG, Threaded End, R-1430 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
200 PSI WOG, Flanged End, R-1431 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Rectangular Port, Venturi Pattern
200 PSI WOG, Flanged End, DV-151 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
300/400 PSI WOG, Flanged End, DV-251 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Rectangular Port, Full Pipe Area
200/400 PSI WOG, Threaded End, D-125/D-250 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
200 PSI WOG, Flanged End, (Short Pattern) D-126 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Round Port, Full Pipe Area
200 PSI WOG, Threaded End, D-450 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
200 PSI WOG, Flanged End, D-451 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Multi-Port Valves, Full Pipe Area
Configurations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Flow Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
3-Way Rectangular Port
200/400 PSI WOG, Threaded End, D-951/D-953 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
200 PSI WOG, Flanged End, D-952/D-954 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
4-Way Rectangular Port
200/400 PSI WOG, Threaded End, D-961 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
200 PSI WOG, Flanged End, D-962 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Speciality Plugs
Transflo Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Proportioning Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Steam-Jacketed Baseplate Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-25
Accessories
Dial Indicators, Pointers, Memory Stops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Wrenches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27-28
Wrench Locking Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
“Texas-Style” Locking Wrenches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
T-Handle Socket Wrenches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
High and Low Head Extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Chainwheels for Gear-Operated Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Sealant
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35-36
Sealants and Sealant Injection Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Engineering Data
Typical and Special Plug Valve Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Plug Port Areas and Percent of Full Pipe Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
Flow Coefficient Cv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Resistance to Flow-Feet of Straight Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Temperature/Maximum Non-Shock Service PSI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
Torque for Wrench-Operated Valves (Ft.-Lbs.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
How To Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Terms and Conditions of Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada
10906 FM 2920 3703 - 98th Street
Tomball, Texas, U.S.A. 77375 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6E 5N2
(800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659
(281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074

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Lubricated Plug Valves The Cylindrical Plug Valve

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manufacture and delivery of high quality products.
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through excellence in innovation and employee participation.
Employees are responsible for achieving the quality objectives established by R&M Energy Systems
by providing products and services that consistently meet specified requirements.

The RESUN plug valve, industry’s “Old Reliable,” is used Specific Advantages of the
in countless industrial and general utility applications. The RESUN Plug Valve:
following are a few major categories of the many specific
applications in which the RESUN valve provides reliable, • Rugged construction – Large RESUN plug valves
uninterrupted, leak-free service: can even shear a two-by-four board.
• Low cost
• Chemical and petrochemical processing • Readily available
• Petroleum gathering and distribution • Maximum port openings – Full pipe area is available
• Gas distribution systems to minimize turbulence, erosion and pressure drop.
• Water and wastewater • Ease of operation – Unlike the tapered plugs of
• Heating, air conditioning (HVAC) other plug valves, the RESUN cylindrical plug turns
• Food and beverage processing easily without binding or seizing, at the pressures
• Pulp and paper and temperatures within its operating limits.
• Paint, varnish, lacquer and ink • Minimum maintenance – Only a small initial charge
• Asphalt and other viscous materials of sealant is required with occasional recharging
• Cement and ore slurries for easy operation. The basic construction of the
Standard material for RESUN plug valves is a high ten- valve simplifies any service or parts replacement
sile cast iron made to RESUN specifications & in compli- which might become necessary.
ance with ASTM A-126 Class B standards. All specifica-
tions in this catalog are for valves of this material. See RESUN catalog CS for lubricated plug
RESUN plug valves can be supplied in ductile iron on valves manufactured in carbon steel.
special orders. R&M Energy Systems will consider any reasonable
UL, CGA, and AGA approval is available on valve mod- modification of the plug valve that makes it more appropri-
els so noted in this catalog when specified on the cus- ate to the needs of the customer.
tomer’s purchase order.

Round port, full-opening,
through-conduit RESUN plug
valves are ideal for slurries RESUN multi-port plug
or other services where only valves are available in
minimum flow restrictions can many flow plans for
be tolerated or where any blending and diverting
pressure drop is unacceptable. services.

R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada
10906 FM 2920 3703 - 98th Street
Tomball, Texas, U.S.A. 77375 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6E 5N2
(800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659
(281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074

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Lubricated Plug Valves The Cylindrical Plug Valve

The cylindrical plug of the RESUN valve turns easily plugs. And, since tapered plug valves often “lock up” and
on a film of sealant, providing a leak-free seal. This require re-lubrication each time the valve is to be cycled,
design permits maximum port openings through the plug, the RESUN valve requires only an occasional charge of
including full pipe area, a distinct advantage over tapered sealant to operate efficiently.

The Key to the RESUN Plug Valve’s Success:
its Cylindrical Plug Design
PRIMARY FEATURE- Excess sealant dis- SEALANT SCREW with giant
charges around stem, not in the line. With buttonhead fitting for injection
no pressure build-up; no contamination of of either bulk or stick sealant.
flow media or fouling of instruments.
HEAD GASKET gives tight
stem seal.
CYLINDRICAL PLUG- fits closely,
yet turns as easily as a shaft
in a journal bearing.

BODY is a one-piece casting. SEATING SURFACES are not
exposed to flow.

SPRING thrusts plug and TFE BASEPLATE seats tightly, is
head gasket against head seat. removable to permit disassembly.
(Larger valves have bolted top
cover plate).

COMPACT CONSTRUCTION
RESUN valve’s compact construction permits
installation in tight spaces. The valves install in any ori- Comparison of RESUN Cylindrical Plug Features
entation without special tools. with Conventional Tapered Plugs

RESUN Cylindrical Plug Tapered Plug
PROTECTED SURFACES
All wear surfaces are constantly supplied with Larger port open-
Restricted openings;
fresh sealant, protecting against corrosion and abra- ing, including full
pipe area. no full area.
sion. Even in the open position, seating surfaces are
protected from the flow media.
Will not bind; Can bind under
operates easily at large pressure dif-
MINIMUM MAINTENANCE all pressures and ferential and under
A minimum of regular maintenance (charging with temperatures high or low tem-
sealant) will keep a RESUN plug valve in top operat- within its stated perature. At higher
ing condition for long periods. If necessary, the valves limits. pressures, must be
can be disassembled, cleaned and reassembled jacked-up to turn.
quickly and easily. There are no dead pockets where
Requires only May require lubri-
sealant and contaminants can accumulate or solidify. occasional lubri- cation before each
cation for easy operation.
TIGHT HEAD SEAL operation.
A specially contoured TFE head gasket, backed up Lower consistent Inconsistent high-
by sealant and spring pressure, creates a tight head torque, smaller, er torque requires
seal. The lubricity of the TFE contributes to the ease of less expensive difficult adjust-
operation. actuator and less ments and larger,
maintenance. more expensive
actuator.

R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada
10906 FM 2920 3703 - 98th Street
Tomball, Texas, U.S.A. 77375 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6E 5N2
(800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659
(281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074

R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . The standard wrench-operated valve consists of only five parts plus body and baseplate. trouble- free operation without maintenance other than periodic servicing with sealant.D. Venturi port pattern valves utilize the principles of streamlined flow allowing a reduction in port size while minimizing pressure drop. U. Available in valves 6" and larger. Round port. bulk and operating torque at a minimum. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . Texas. 4 Lubricated Plug Valves Port Styles Rectangular ports are available in both 100% port area and regular port designs. and for service where virtually no pressure drop can be tolerated. Alberta. 100% ports are round-cornered and proportioned to pro- vide full flow with minimum turbulence. This design keeps price.A.S. 100% opening. 77375 Edmonton. Simplicity Design simplicity contributes to long. This unrestricted flow is an absolute “must” if the piping system is to be internally scraped or pigged to maintain I. styles and flow patterns.98th Street Tomball. With a memory stop and indicator plate. Multi-port valves for blending and diverting services are available in several pressures. Regular ports less than 100% opening are pre- ferred where price is the prime factor and where pressure drop and pattern of flow are less criti- cal. they are ideal as balancing valves. through-conduit RESUN valves provide unrestricted flow and are ideal for slurries and heavy viscous mediums.

U. 200 to 800 psi WOG. 1/2" to 4" sizes. 77375 Edmonton.Round Port: 5" size up-Venturi. of gearing. 200. RECTANGULAR PORT ROUNDED PORT FLANGED FLANGED Short and long pattern.500 psi WOG: 6" size up. TOP-ENTRY CONSTRUCTION Bolted cover plate standard. 400 psi WOG: 10" size up. 5 Straightway Valves Configurations RECTANGULAR PORT ROUNDED PORT THREADED THREADED Wrench and worm gear Wrench and worm gear operated. 400 psi WOG: 8" size up. RECTANGULAR PORT TOTALLY ENCLOSED VENTURI WORM GEAR OPERATORS Flanged configuration. compact worm Wrench and worm gear gear operators are totally operation. 150 to 400 psi enclosed for protection WOG.A. 150 to 500 psi WOG.S. 6" to 30" sizes. Alberta. operated. sizes.98th Street Tomball. 1/2" to 4" 200 psi WOG. and full pipe area. Full pipe area: 200. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Wrench and worm gear wrench and worm gear operation. Low-torque. Multi-port: 6" size up. and full pipe area. regular opening 200 psi WOG. regular opening operated. Texas. 1" to 18" sizes. 1" to 12" sizes. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .

S. Texas.A. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 6 Straightway Valves Valve Components Bottom-Entry Components Top-Entry Components Coverplate Sealant Screw Body with Giant Sealant Screw Buttonhead Fitting with Giant Head Gasket Buttonhead Fitting Double Ball Double Ball Check Valve Check Valve Head Gasket Plug Plug Body Baseplate Spring Baseplate Body Sealant Plug Bottom Support Fitting Baseplate Spring Baseplate R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Alberta. 77375 Edmonton.98th Street Tomball. U.

Rectangular Port Valves R-1430 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 A End-to-end 37/8 37/8 37/8 5 5 53/4 63/4 71/2 9 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 17/8 17/8 17/8 21/8 23/8 25/8 31/8 31/4 41/4 J Extreme Width of Body 21/2 21/2 21/2 25/8 23/4 33/8 41/4 5 61/4 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 35/8 35/8 35/8 35/8 35/8 37/8 5 51/4 65/8 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 57/8 57/8 57/8 57/8 53/4 61/8 71/4 71/2 101/8 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 13/8 13/8 13/8 13/8 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 Wrench A A A A A A C C F Wt.S.R-1430 Wrench-Operated Upon Request Dimensions -Regular Opening. Threaded End Rectangular Port. 7 200 PSI WOG. (lb. 77375 Edmonton. Regular Opening R-1430 125 PSI SWP Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel Gasket: Glass Filled TFE K N G H J M A Fig. Alberta. Texas. U.98th Street Tomball.) 4 4 4 5 6 9 15 21 40 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .A. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .

R-1431 Fig. (lb. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts. Regular Opening R-1431 125 PSI SWP Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 Upon Request Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel Gasket: Glass Filled TFE Body Sealant Fitting: Commercial Steel T (8".R-1431 WGA Wrench-Operated Worm Gear-Operated Dimensions -Regular Opening. Texas. 77375 Edmonton. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .A. U.S.) 6 10 10 20 28 38 66 87 96 158 248 387 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 13 13 14 161/4 183/4 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 11 11 11 121/4 123/4 S Center of Port to Center of WGA Shaft 7 7 715/16 103/8 135/4 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 29/16 29/16 31/8 47/8 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 12 12 16 16 Flanges are drilled to ANSI B. No deduction for valves faced only. N K K G G J F C J F C M R H H D D W B B Fig.16.1 Class 125 Cast Iron Flange Standard unless otherwise specified. 10" & 12" only). 8 200 PSI WOG-Flanged End Rectangular Port. and Size of Bolts 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-5/8 4-5/8 4-5/8 8-5/8 8-3/4 8-3/4 8-3/4 12-7/8 12-7/8 F Diameter of Bolt Circle 31/8 31/2 37/8 43/4 51/2 6 71/2 81/2 91/2 113/4 141/4 17 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 35/8 37/8 35/8 37/8 5 51/4 65/8 71/2 71/2 81/2 103/4 131/4 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 57/8 61/8 53/4 61/8 71/4 71/2 101/8 107/8 107/8 117/8 141/8 165/8 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 13/4 13/4 13/4 2 N Height of Square of Stem 13/8 11/8 11/8 1 1/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 17/8 17/8 17/8 21/8 23/8 Wrench A A A A C C F H-24 H-24 H-30 H-36 K-36 Wt.98th Street Tomball. Alberta. Rectangular Port Valves R-1431 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 B Face-to-Face Flanged 51/2 6 61/2 7 71/2 8 9 10 101/2 111/2 13 14 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 17/8 25/8 23/8 25/8 31/8 31/4 41/4 51/8 51/8 61/8 75/8 93/4 J Extreme Width of Body 21/2 37/8 3 4 43/4 51/2 67/8 71/2 71/2 10 12 131/2 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 41/4 45/8 5 6 7 71/2 9 10 11 131/2 16 19 D Thickness of Flanges 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 15/16 15/16 1 11/8 13/16 11/4 E No.

(lb.) 110 213 324 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 149/16 159/16 163/16 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 101/8 101/8 101/8 S Center of Port to Center of WGA Shaft 7 77/8 9 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 29/16 31/8 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 12 16 Flanges are drilled to ANSI B.A. Flanged End T Materials of Construction K N Body: ASTM A 126 Class B G K Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B S Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Cover Plate: ASTM A 126 Class B F C Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 F C Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel H Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial H Steel D Gasket: Glass Filled TFE D *Bolts: Steel A 193 Grade 5 B *Body Sealant Fitting: Commercial Steel B (Also Available on 10" Size) *Plug Bottom Rest: Commercial Steel *Applicable only to top entry designs J J M R Fig.16.5 16 D Thickness of Flanges 1 15/8 13/16 E No.DV-151 W Wrench-Operated 6"-10" 200 PSI WOG 125 PSI SWP Dimensions -Venturi Pattern. U.1 Class 125 Cast Iron Flange Standard unless otherwise specified.S. Texas.98th Street Tomball.DV-151 WGA Worm Gear-Operated Fig. Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Rectangular Port Valves DV-151 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 6 8 10 B Face-to-Face Flanged 151/2 18 21 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 51/8 61/8 67/8 J Extreme Width of Body 91/2 113/8 133/8 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 11 13. Alberta. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . No deduction for valves faced only. 9 Rectangular Port. Venturi Pattern DV-151 200 PSI WOG. 77375 Edmonton. and Size of Bolts 8-3/4 12-7/8 12-7/8 F Diameter of Raised Face 91/2 117/8 141/4 WRENCH OPERATED G Center of Port to Top of Stem 71/2 81/2 91/8 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 107/8 117/8 121/2 M Width of Square of Stem 13/4 13/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 17/8 17/8 17/8 Wrench H-24 H-30 H-36 Wt.

R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . 10 Rectangular Port. No deduction for valves faced only. Alberta. (lb.S.98th Street Tomball.) 151 256 389 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 149/16 159/16 163/16 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 101/8 101/8 131/8 S Center of Port to Center of WGA Shaft 7 81/4 10 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 31/8 45/8 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 16 16 Flanges are drilled to ANSI 250 PSI Cast Iron Flange Standard unless otherwise specified.DV-251 WGA Worm Gear-Operated Fig. U. Flanged End T Materials of Construction K N Body: ASTM A 126 Class B K Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B G Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B S *Cover Plate: ASTM A 126 Class B F C Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 F C Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel H Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel H Gasket: Glass Filled TFE D *Bolts: Steel A 193 Grade 5 D *Body Sealant Fitting: Commercial Steel B (Also Available on 10" Size) B *Plug Bottom Rest: Commercial Steel *Applicable only to top entry designs J J M R Fig. Venturi Pattern DV-251 300/400 PSI WOG.A. Texas. Rectangular Port Valves DV-251 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 6 8 10 B ★Face-to-Face Flanged Raised Face 163/8 19 223/8 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 51/8 61/8 67/8 J Extreme Width of Body 93/8 113/8 131/2 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 121/2 15 171/2 D ★Thickness of Flanges 17/16 15/8 17/8 E No. ★ Includes 1/16" raised face. Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . and Size of Bolts 12-3/4 12-7/8 16-1 F Diameter of Raised Face 95/8 117/8 141/8 WRENCH OPERATED G Center of Port to Top of Stem 71/2 81/2 91/8 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 107/8 117/8 121/2 M Width of Square of Stem 13/4 13/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 17/8 17/8 17/8 Wrench H-24 H-30 H-36 Wt.DV-251 W Wrench-Operated 6"-10" 400 PSI WOG 250 PSI SWP Dimensions -Venturi Pattern. 77375 Edmonton.

Rectangular Port Valves D-250 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 A End to End 37/8 37/8 37/8 5 5 6 63/4 71/2 10 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 21/8 21/8 21/8 23/8 25/8 31/8 31/4 41/4 51/8 J Extreme Width of Body 21/2 21/2 21/2 25/8 3 41/4 5 61/4 71/2 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 35/8 35/8 35/8 35/8 37/8 5 51/4 65/8 71/2 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 57/8 57/8 57/8 57/8 61/4 71/4 71/2 101/16 1015/16 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 13/8 13/8 13/8 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 17/8 Wrench A A A A A C C F H-24 Weight 4 4 5 7 8 14 20 34 63 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .A. Texas. U. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . Rectangular Port Valves D-125 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 A End to End 37/8 37/8 37/8 5 5 6 63/4 71/2 10 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 21/8 21/8 21/8 23/8 25/8 31/8 31/4 41/4 51/8 J Extreme Width of Body 21/2 21/2 21/2 25/8 3 41/4 5 61/4 71/2 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 35/8 35/8 35/8 35/8 37/8 5 51/4 65/8 71/2 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 57/8 57/8 57/8 57/8 61/4 71/4 71/2 101/16 1015/16 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 13/8 13/8 13/8 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 17/8 Wrench A A A A A C C F H-24 Weight 4 4 4 7 8 12 18 34 61 Dimensions -Full Pipe Area.S. 11 Rectangular Port.98th Street Tomball.D-250 H Wrench-Operated M 400 PSI WOG 250 PSI SWP A Dimensions -Full Pipe Area. Full Pipe Area D-125/D-250 200/400 PSI WOG-Threaded End Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel Upon Request Gasket: Glass Filled TFE K N G Fig. Alberta.D-125 Wrench-Operated 200 PSI WOG 125 PSI SWP J Fig. 77375 Edmonton.

and Size of Bolts 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-5/8 4-5/8 4-5/8 8-5/8 8-3/4* 8-3/4* 8-3/4* 12-7/8* 12-7/8* F Diameter of Bolt Circle 31/8 31/2 37/8 43/4 51/2 6 71/2 81/2 91/2 113/4 141/4 17 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 35/8 37/8 37/8 5 51/4 65/8 71/2 81/2 91/8 127/8 151/8 16 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 57/8 61/8 61/8 71/4 71/2 10 107/8 117/8 121/2 161/4 181/2 193/8 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/8 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 13/4 13/4 27/16 3 3 N Height of Square of Stem 13/8 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 17/8 17/8 17/8 27/8 33/8 33/8 Wrench A A A C C F H-24 H-30 H-36 L-48 M-60 M-72 Wt.A.98th Street Tomball. 125 PSI SWP Cast Iron Flange Wedge Gate Valves (Std.) 7 12 13 24 33 50 78 120 170 341 465 553 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 149/16 159/16 161/16 1913/16 223/16 23 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 101/8 101/8 101/8 131/8 131/8 131/8 S Center of Port to Center of of WGA Shaft 615/16 713/16 815/16 1211/16 149/16 1511/16 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 29/16 31/8 45/8 45/8 411/16 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 12 16 16 16 16 Valves 2"-12" interchange with API Pipeline Valve Standard 6-D.1 unless otherwise †Has some reduction in port area.D-126 WGA B Wrench-Operated Worm Gear-Operated Dimensions -Full Pipe Area.S. (lb. Full Pipe Area D-126 125 PSI SWP Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Gasket: Glass Filled TFE Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B *Cover Plate Bolts: Steel A 193 Grade 5 Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Body Sealant Fitting: Commercial Steel *Cover Plate: ASTM A 126 Class B (Also Available on 6" Size) Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 *Plug Bottom Rest: Commercial Steel Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel Upon Request Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel *Applicable only to top entry designs T K N K G J F S J F C M C D H H W D Fig. B16. Alberta. for cap screws or studs. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts. Texas. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .16. 175 PSI class. and with ANSI *Includes 4 tapped holes this size on each flange.D-126 B Fig. Flanges are drilled to ANSI 125 PSI Cast Iron Flange Standard ANSI B. No deduction for valves faced only. U. 2 at top and 2 at bottom. Rectangular Port Valves D-126 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY TOP ENTRY SIZE 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 † 12 † B Face to Face Flanged 1 5 /2 6 61/2 7 1 7 /2 8 9 10 101/2 111/2 13 14 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 21/8 25/8 25/8 31/8 31/4 41/4 51/8 61/8 67/8 91/8 107/8 117/8 J Extreme Width of Body 21/2 313/16 313/16 41/4 5 61/4 71/2 93/4 103/4 131/2 151/2 161/2 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 41/4 45/8 5 6 7 71/2 9 10 11 131/2 16 19 D Thickness of Flanges 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 15/16 15/16 1 11/8 13/16 11/4 E No. 12 200 PSI WOG-Flanged End-(Short Pattern) Rectangular Port.10). 77375 Edmonton. specified.

U. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . Full Pipe Area D-450 125 PSI SWP Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel Gasket: Glass Filled TFE K N G J M H A Fig.) 4 4 6 12 13 26 36 54 101 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Round Port Valves D-450 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 A End to End 35/8 35/8 41/4 51/4 51/2 71/2 8 81/2 111/2 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 2 2 21/8 25/8 21/2 33/8 35/8 41/8 51/4 J Extreme Width of Body 21/2 21/2 31/8 41/8 43/8 6 65/8 71/4 101/4 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 33/8 33/8 33/8 37/8 37/8 51/8 53/8 61/4 71/8 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 55/8 55/8 55/8 61/8 61/8 73/8 75/8 95/8 101/2 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 11/8 11/8 1 1 1 13/8 15/16 17/8 17/8 Wrench A A A A A C C F H-30 Weight (lbs. Texas.A. Alberta. 13 200 PSI WOG-Threaded End Round Port.D-450 Wrench-Operated Dimensions -Full Pipe Area. 77375 Edmonton.S.98th Street Tomball.

Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts.1 unless otherwise specified. 77375 Edmonton.S. U. (lb. 14 200 PSI WOG-Flanged End Round Port.16.98th Street Tomball.) 9 15 18 35 43 66 118 320 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 143/8 17 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 10 131/8 S Center of Port to Center of of WGA Shaft 75/16 97/8 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 45/8 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 16 Flanges are drilled to ANSI 125 PSI Cast Iron Flange Standard ANSI B. Full Pipe Area D-451 125 PSI SWP Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Gasket: Glass Filled TFE Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Cover Plate Bolts: Steel A 193 Grade 5 *Cover Plate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Body Sealant Fitting: Commercial Steel Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 *Plug Bottom Rest: Commercial Steel Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel *Applicable only to top entry designs T N K K G S F C J J M F C H H R D D B B W Fig. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .D-451 Fig.A. Round Port Valves D-451 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY TOP ENTRY SIZE 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 6 B Face to Face Flanged 51/2 6 6 /2 7 /2 81/4 1 1 9 12 18 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 21/8 25/8 25/8 33/8 33/8 41/8 51/4 67/8 J Extreme Width of Body 31/2 41/8 43/8 6 7 81/4 101/4 141/2 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 41/4 45/8 5 6 7 71/2 9 11 D Thickness of Flanges 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 15/16 1 E No. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .D-451 WGA Wrench-Operated Worm Gear-Operated Dimensions -Full Pipe Area. and Size of Bolts 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-5/8 4-5/8 4-5/8 8-5/8 8-3/4 F Diameter of Bolt Circle 31/8 31/2 37/8 43/4 51/2 61/2 71/2 91/2 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 33/8 33/4 37/8 51/8 51/2 63/8 71/4 10 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 53/8 53/4 57/8 81/8 83/8 101/8 11 141/4 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 17/8 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 27/16 N Height of Square of Stem 1 1 1 13/8 15/16 17/8 17/8 211/16 Wrench A A A C C F H-30 L-48 Wt. Texas. No deduction for valves faced only. Alberta.

98th Street Tomball. 4-way/4-port 180˚ Turn . Pressure on the closed port will inhibit the valve’s sealing ability and may lead to leakage. Transflo plugs.3-way/3-port 1"-8".3-way/3-port 360˚ Turn . 3-way/3-port. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .3-way/2-port. NOTE: P-LOW must be substantially lower than P-HIGH. have wider-than-standard ports to prevent cut-off between flow positions. Consult the factory for additional information.3-way/3-port 360˚ Turn .S. 3-way/3-port 360˚ Turn . Threaded 90˚ Turn . Consult factory for pricing.3-way/3-port* *Any multi-port with WGA and 180˚ or 360˚ rotation will require a special gear.3-way/3-port 21/ 2"-4". Texas.3-way/2-port. flanged 180˚ Turn . 3-Way valve. 4-Way 4-Port Transflo Plug The RESUN multi-port valves are designed and recommended for service as depicted. 15 Multi-Port Valves Configurations In blending and diverting services. Flanged 90˚ Turn . Proportioning plugs permit flow to be proportioned between two outlets. 3-way/3-port.3-way/2-port. 3-way/3-port. 4-way/4-port 4-Way valve. U. 4-way/4-port 180˚ Turn . Flanged 90˚ Turn . and in many flow plans.3-way/2-port. flanged Standard Types. 125 psi SWP Wrench-Operated 1/ 2"-2". Sizes and Pressures Multi-Port Full Pipe Area Valves 200 psi WOG. 3-way/3-port. threaded 4-Way valve. 77375 Edmonton. 4-way/4-port 3-Way 2-Port 3-Way 3-Port 180˚ Turn . Alberta. 400 psi test. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 3-way/3 port and 4-way/4 port types.3 way/2 port.3-way/3-port* 360˚ Turn .3-way/3-port Worm Gear-Operated 4"-8". threaded 3-Way valve. They come in 3-way/2 port. piping and maintenance costs. available in all multi-port designs. RESUN multi-port valves boost efficiency and reduce valving.A. Threaded 90˚ Turn .

A. Texas.98th Street Tomball.) Plug Baseplate Spring Body Plug Bottom Rest Baseplate Spring Baseplate Body Sealant Baseplate Fitting R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Alberta. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .S. 77375 Edmonton. U. 16 Multi-Port Valves Components Bottom-Entry Components Top-Entry Components Sealant Screw Stop Ring with Buttonhead Fitting Coverplate Body Head Gasket Sealant Screw with Buttonhead Double Ball Fitting Check Valve Double Ball Check Valve Head Gasket Stop Ring Plug (Stops are integral with stem in some valves.

U. Details available on request. rectangular port design in a flow positions (See page 28). 180º Turn. 90º Turn. 4 Positions POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 POSITION 4 FLOW PLAN 10 FLOW PLAN 11 3-Way. 180° Turn FLOW PLAN 12 FLOW PLAN 13 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . 3-Port. 3 Positions POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 FLOW PLAN 5 FLOW PLAN 6 FLOW PLAN 7 3-Way.98th Street Tomball. 3 Positions 3-Way. They are manufac. have wider than standard ports to prevent cut-off between tured in the full pipe area. 90º Turn. 3 Positions 3-Way. 4-Port. 4-way/2-port and 4-way/3-port are avail- Round port valves are also available in a limited num. from 1/2" through 12". 3.A. 90 º Turn. 90º Turn. 180º Turn.S. 3-Port. 3-Port. 3-Port. ber of sizes. 3-Port. 2 Positions 4-Way. 2 Positions POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 FLOW PLAN 8 FLOW PLAN 9 3-Way. 180º Turn. 90º Turn. 3-Port. 2-Port. 3-Port. 180º Turn. 2 Positions 3-Way. 2 Positions POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 3-Way/2-Port. Without Stop Ring. Standard Flow Plans FLOW PLAN 1 FLOW PLAN 2 3-Way. 90º Turn. 77375 Edmonton. 3-Port. able. Alberta. 17 Multi-Port Valves Flow Plans Standard Sizes and Types RESUN multi-port valves come in 3-way/2-port. 3-Port. and 4-way/4-port types. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 2 Positions 3-Way. Consult factory. Texas. as 3-way/4-port. 3 Positions POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 POSITION 1 POSITION 2 POSITION 3 FLOW PLAN 3 FLOW PLAN 4 3-Way. Transflo plugs way/3-port. Special configurations such complete range of sizes. 2 Positions 3-Way.

D-951/D-953 200 PSI WOG 400 PSI TEST .250 PSI SWP 2 1/2" .125 PSI SWP 2 1/2" .3" Sizes Fig. 77375 Edmonton.3" Sizes M N K G H A Dimensions -Multi-Port Full Pipe Area Valves (3-Way Valves) D-951. Full Pipe Area D-951/3 200/400 PSI WOG-Threaded End Materials of Construction Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B Steel Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 Gasket: Glass Filled TFE Fig. U.S.) 5 5 8 15 15 24 35 57 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .A. Texas. 18 3-Way Rectangular Port. D-953 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 A End to End 35/8 35/8 43/8 53/4 53/4 63/4 71/2 81/4 H Center of Port to Bottom of Stem 21/8 21/8 25/8 31/4 31/4 31/2 41/8 51/4 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 33/8 33/8 31/2 41/4 41/4 55/8 57/8 71/2 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 53/8 53/8 51/2 61/4 61/4 83/8 87/8 111/4 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 11/8 11/8 11/8 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 Wrench A A A A A C C F Weight (lbs. D-951/D-953 400 PSI WOG 800 PSI TEST . Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .98th Street Tomball. Alberta.

A.8 Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel *Plug Bottom Rest: Commercial 17-7 Steel Fig. Full Pipe Area D-952/D-954 200PSI WOG-Flanged End Fig.7. Wrench Operated K N M K Flow Plan 9 Fig.8" Sizes.) 12 20 38 52 84 152 215 412 691 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 151/2 167/16 191/16 2115/16 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 101/8 101/8 131/8 131/8 S Center of Port to Center of of WGA Shaft 81/16 91/2 1113/16 143/8 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 31/8 45/8 411/16 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 16 16 16 Flanges are drilled to ANSI 125 PSI Cast Iron Flange Standard ANSI B. Worm Gear-Operated D Flow Plan 9 B D B Dimensions -Multi-Port Full Pipe Area Valves (3-Way Valves) D-952.4 1/2 of B Fig. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . 13 1" .8" Sizes.6. D-954 WGA dimension 90˚ Turn. Texas.3. 3-way/3-port* T 200 PSI WOG 200 PSI WOG 400 PSI TEST .8" Sizes.125 PSI SWP R 4" . 3-way/3-port* Double Ball Check Valve: *Applicable only to top entry 200 PSI WOG 200 PSI WOG Commercial Steel designs 400 PSI TEST .8" Sizes.2. 3-way/3-port* 200 PSI WOG 200 PSI WOG 400 PSI TEST . 19 3-Way Rec.125 PSI SWP 400 PSI TEST .98th Street Tomball. D-954 180˚ Turn. Worm Gear-Operated Flow Plan 10 Flow Plans 1.1 unless otherwise *Any multi-port with WGA and 180˚ or 360˚ rotation will specified.8" Sizes. 3-way/2-port* 360˚ Turn. Wrench Operated Flow Plans 12.8" Sizes.125 PSI SWP 200 PSI WOG H 1" . Wrench Operated 1" .2. D-952 Fig.125 PSI SWP 400 PSI TEST . 3-way/2-port 90˚ Turn.16. Alberta.8" Sizes. 3-way/2-port 180˚ Turn. D-954 G S 90˚ Turn.125 PSI SWP H Flow Plans 5. (lb.125 PSI SWP 400 PSI TEST .S. 3-way/3-port Fig. 77375 Edmonton. Consult factory for pricing.4 W Fig.7. Wrench Operated 400 PSI TEST . D-954 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY TOP ENTRY SIZE 1 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 8 B Face to Face Flanged 61/2 63/4 9 10 111/2 14 14 17 20 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 25/8 31/4 31/2 41/8 51/4 6 73/8 81/2 101/4 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 41/4 5 6 7 71/2 9 10 11 131/2 D Thickness of Flanges 7/16 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 15/16 15/16 1 11/8 E No. Worm Gear-Operated *Cover Plate: ASTM A 126 Class B Commercial Steel Flow Plan 10 Flow Plans 5. Wrench Operated 4" .6. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . No deduction for valves faced only. D-954 WGA 200 PSI WOG 360˚ Turn. 3-way/3-port Body: ASTM A 126 Class B *Cover Plate Bolts: Steel A 193 200 PSI WOG 200 PSI WOG Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Grade B5 400 PSI TEST . D-954 Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel 180˚ Turn. and Size of Bolts 4-1/2 4-1/2 4-5/8 4-5/8 4-5/8 8-5/8 8-3/4 8-3/4 8-3/4 F Diameter of Bolt Circle 31/2 37/8 43/4 51/2 6 71/2 81/2 91/2 113/4 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 31/2 41/4 53/8 57/8 71/2 81/2 93/8 12 147/8 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 51/2 61/4 83/8 87/8 111/4 121/4 131/8 161/4 191/8 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 11/4 1 13/4 13/4 13/4 27/16 3 N Height of Square of Stem 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 2 2 3 35/8 Wrench A A C C F H-30 H-36 L-48 M-60 Wt. Port.3. 3-way/3-port* F C F C 400 PSI TEST .125 PSI SWP 400 PSI TEST .125 PSI SWP Gasket: Glass Filled TFE 1" . D-952 Fig.125 PSI SWP Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Body Sealant Fitting: 1" .8" Sizes.8 4" . Worm Gear-Operated 4" . D-952 WGA Fig. 3-way/2-port 180˚ Turn.8" Sizes. U.125 PSI SWP Flow Plans 12. D-954 WGA Materials of Construction 90˚ Turn. require a Special Gear. Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts. D-952 WGA Fig. 13 Flow Plans 1.

Texas. U.125 PSI SWP 2 1/2" . D-961 Materials of Construction 90˚ Turn. 77375 Edmonton. 4-way/4-port Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel 400 PSI WOG Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel 800 PSI TEST . Full Pipe Area D-961 200/400 PSI WOG-Threaded End Fig.) 51/2 51/2 9 16 16 25 35 58 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .S.250 PSI SWP Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B Gasket: Glass Filled TFE 2 1/2" .98th Street Tomball.3" Sizes. 20 4-Way Rectangular Port.3" Sizes.A. D-961 90˚ Turn. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . Flow Plan 11 Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 Fig. Alberta. 4-way/4-port 200 PSI WOG 400 PSI TEST . Flow Plan 11 M N K G H A Dimensions -Multi-Port Full Pipe Area Valves (4-Way Valves) D-961 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY SIZE 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 A End to End 35/8 35/8 43/8 53/4 53/4 63/4 71/2 81/4 H Center of Port to Bottom of Stem 21/8 21/8 25/8 31/4 31/4 31/2 41/8 51/4 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 33/8 33/8 31/2 41/4 41/4 55/8 57/8 71/2 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 53/8 53/8 51/2 61/4 61/4 83/8 87/8 111/4 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 N Height of Square of Stem 11/8 11/8 11/8 11/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 Wrench A A A A A C C F-18 Weight (lbs.

Texas. and Size of Bolts 4-1/2 4-5/8 4-5/8 4-5/8 8-5/8 8-3/4 8-3/4 F Diameter of Bolt Circle 37/8 43/4 51/2 6 71/2 91/2 113/4 STEM DATA G Center of Port to Top of Stem 41/4 53/8 57/8 71/2 81/2 12 147/8 K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 61/4 83/8 87/8 111/4 121/4 161/4 191/8 M Width of Square of Stem 15/16 11/4 11/4 13/4 13/4 27/16 3 N Height of Square of Stem 11/8 13/8 13/8 17/8 2 3 35/8 Wrench A C C F H-30 L-48 M-60 Wt.8" Sizes. No deduction for valves faced only. 21 4-Way Rectangular Port. (lb.125 PSI SWP Baseplate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Cover Plate Bolts: Steel A 193 Grade 5 11⁄ 2" . Full Pipe Area D-962 200 PSI WOG-Flanged End Fig. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . D-962 WGA 90˚ Turn. 4-way/4-port Body: ASTM A 126 Class B Double Ball Check Valve: Commercial Steel 200 PSI WOG Plug: ASTM A 126 Class B Gasket: Glass Filled TFE 400 PSI TEST .16.) 24 44 58 93 172 401 698 WORM GEAR-OPERATED K Clearance to Remove Lubricant Screw 151/2 191/16 207/16 R Center of Port to Handwheel Face 101/8 131/8 161/8 S Center of Port to Center of of WGA Shaft 81/16 1115/16 143/8 T Center of Plug Stem to Center of WGA Shaft 29/16 45/8 411/16 W Diameter of WGA Handwheel 12 16 16 Flanges are drilled to ANSI 125 PSI Cast Iron Flange Standard ANSI B.8" Sizes. 77375 Edmonton. D-962 Materials of Construction 90˚ Turn.125 PSI SWP T 4" .A. Alberta. U. 4-way/4-port 200 PSI WOG 400 PSI TEST . Wrench-Operated *Cover Plate: ASTM A 126 Class B *Body Sealant Fitting: Commercial Steel Flow Plan 11 Baseplate Spring: Stainless Steel 17-7 *Plug Bottom Rest: Commercial Steel Sealant Screw: Commercial Steel *Applicable only to top entry designs Fig.S. Worm Gear-Operated Flow Plan 11 K N M K G S R F C F C H H D D B W B Dimensions -Multi-Port Full Pipe Area Valves (4-Way Valves) D-962 DESCRIPTION BOTTOM ENTRY TOP ENTRY SIZE 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 6 8 B Face to Face Flanged 63/4 9 10 111/2 14 17 20 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 31/4 31/2 41/8 51/4 6 81/2 101/4 L Diameter of Sealant Stick 3/8 3/8 3/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 FLANGE DATA C Diameter of Flanges 5 6 7 71/2 9 11 131/2 D Thickness of Flanges 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 15/16 1 11/8 E No.1 unless otherwise specified. Bolt holes are drilled 1/8" larger than bolts. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .98th Street Tomball.

To order. which have wider-than-standard ports to pre- vent cut-off between flow positions. 22 Speciality Plugs Transflo Plugs Transflo Plugs Transflo plugs. Texas. 3-Way/3-Port POSITION 1 TURNING POSITION 2 TURNING POSITION 3 Transflo. 3-Way/2-Port POSITION 1 TURNING POSITION 2 Transflo. Transflo. 4-Way/4-Port POSITION 2 TURNING POSITION 1 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . specify Transflo plug. U. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .S. are available for 3-way/2- port and 3-way/3-port valves in all flow plans.A. Alberta. in addition to usual ordering information. 77375 Edmonton.98th Street Tomball.

but of full round construction tion. The quarter-section design tion.S.A. 77375 Edmonton. U. Texas. method of operation and right-hand or left-hand permits flow to be proportioned between two outlets. To order. The proportioning plug turns 90˚. proportioning plug. Right-Hand Flow Plan 7 INLET NORMAL OPERATING POSITION MIXING POSITION BYPASS POSITION Proportioning Plug. Alberta. specify valve size. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .98th Street Tomball. It is available for all Proportioning Plug. pressure. end connec- above and below the ports. 23 Speciality Plugs Proportioning Valves Proportioning Plugs The proportioning plug is a quarter-section plug at 3-way valves in either right-hand or left-hand construc- the level of the body ports. Left-Hand Flow Plan 5 INLET NORMAL OPERATING POSITION MIXING POSITION BYPASS POSITION R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .

13-17) C Distance between Pipe Taps 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 21/2 21/2 21/2 31/2 31/2 — — — D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 43/4 43/4 43/4 71/8 71/8 — — — H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 315/16 315/16 315/16 41/4 41/2 41/4 43/4 55/16 61/8 63/4 7 75/16 79/16 — — — Pipe Thread 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 Round Port (see Valve Detail . specify size and figure number of standard valve and add “WITH STEAM-JACKET BASEPLATE. 200 & 400 PSI (see Valve Detail .A. chocolate or wax at flowing consis- tency. DESCRIPTION 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12* Regular Opening and Venturi THD FLG (see Valve Detail . 19-20) C Distance between Pipe Taps 2 2 2 2 2 2 21/2 21/2 21/2 — 31/2 — — — — — D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 4 4 4 4 4 4 43/4 43/4 43/4 — 71/8 — — — — — H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 315/16 315/16 41/8 49/16 49/16 45/8 53/16 51/2 57/8 — 511/16 — — — — — Pipe Thread 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 — 3/4 Multi-Port (see Valve Detail . paste. 24 Lubricated Plug Valves Steam-Jacketed Baseplate Valves RESUN steam-jacket baseplates permit a constant supply of steam or hot oil to be circulated to maintain viscous substances such as asphalt. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .” When valves are ordered complete with steam-jacketed baseplates. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .pgs.98th Street Tomball. yet is lighter and requires less space than a side jacket and is available for all standard valves including multi- ports.pgs. 24-27) C Distance between Pipe Taps 2 2 2 2 — 2 2 21/2 21/2 — 31/2 31/2 — — D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 4 4 4 4 — 4 4 43/4 43/4 — 71/8 71/8 — — H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 31/4 31/4 47/16 55/16 — 55/16 59/16 61/16 71/8 — 71/4 8 — — 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 — 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 — 3/4 3/4 — — Pipe Thread *Regular Opening †Add weight of Standard Valve to obtain total weight of Steam-Jacketed Valve.pgs. 77375 Edmonton.S. The large area baseplate conducts heat with maximum efficiency. 18) C Distance between Pipe Taps — — 2 2 — 2 2 2 2 — 21/2 21/2 21/2 31/2 31/2 31/2 D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate — — 4 4 — 4 4 4 4 — 43/4 43/4 43/4 71/8 71/8 71/8 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve — — 315/16 315/16 — 31/4 41/2 51/8 515/16 — 61/8 7 7 75/16 83/4 1013/16 Pipe Thread — — 1/2 1/2 — 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 — 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4 3/4 3/4 Full Pipe Area. please specify the application.pgs. 8-12. To order. U. Texas. tar. Alberta.

8-12. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 13-17) C Distance Between Pipe Taps 6 6 6 D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 97/8 12 12 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 12 143/8 153/4 Pipe Thread 3/4 3/4 3/4 Wt. 25 Lubricated Plug Valves Steam-Jacketed Baseplate Valves H DESCRIPTION 6 8 10 12 Full Pipe Area. (lb.A. Short Pattern (see Valve Detail .pgs. 77375 Edmonton. (lb.pgs. Alberta.pgs.98th Street Tomball. (lb.) + 35+ 50+ Multi-Port D (see Valve Detail .pgs.) + 35+ 50+ 50+ Round Port (see Valve Detail . 19-20) H C Distance Between Pipe Taps 6 6 D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 97/8 12 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 95/8 113/8 Pipe Thread 3/4 3/4 C Wt. U. (lb.) + 35+ 35+ 35+ Full Pipe Area (see Valve Detail . 18) C C Distance Between Pipe Taps 6 6 6 D D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 97/8 97/8 97/8 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 113/4 135/8 145/8 Pipe Thread 3/4 3/4 3/4 Wt. 24-27) C Distance Between Pipe Taps 6 6 D OD of Steam-Jacket Baseplate 97/8 12 H Center of Port to Bottom of Valve 111/8 113/4 Pipe Thread 3/4 3/4 Wt. Texas.S.) + 35+ 50+ *Regular opening only R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .

1" through 8" and full area valves. pointer and memory stop. Memory Stops Dial Indicators. Texas.S. Pointers and Memory Stop Accessories Dial indicators. 1/2" through 6". pointers and memory stops for balancing are available on regular opening. To order a valve with dial indicator. U.” to other required valve components. Alberta.98th Street Tomball. POINTER AND MEM- ORY STOP. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . add “WITH DIAL INDICATOR. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Pointers. 26 Lubricated Plug Valves Dial Indicators.A. 77375 Edmonton.

please furnish the appropri- ate information from this catalog section. 48. C. U. 60 48 48. etc. (lb. 24.A.) for your valve.S. Standard and One-Way Standard types A.98th Street Tomball. 72 A 1 Cold 111/16 111/16 129/32 Diameter of Wrench Handle D Rolled (11/4 Std.) 41/2 81/2 71/2 20 M Effective Wrench Head 51/2 67/8 63/4 91/4 B Length (Inches) M Wrench Square 113/16 21/32 217/32 33/32 Standard Lengths Available Effective Wrench Length 24. Texas. 30. Handle Steel Pipe) Pipe) Pipe) M D B A R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Consult dimensions table to find the standard wrench des- ignation (A. (lb. Alberta. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . (11/2 Std. Handle not fur- nished unless specified. A (Inches) 36 36. One way wrenches are designed to fit M the valve in only one position. F. 60.) 1 2 41/2 A Effective Wrench Length (Inches) 7 12 18 M Wrench Square 31/32 19/32 125/32 STANDARD WRENCH-HEAD FOR SIZES OVER 3 INCHES Type H K L M Wrench Head Wt. STANDARD AND ONE-WAY A Standard A C F One-Way A1 C1 F1 Wt. C and F are one-piece wrenches for valve sizes up to and including 3" full pipe area. 77375 Edmonton. 27 Wrenches and Accessories Wrenches To order wrenches. (11/4 Std. H. 30.

Alberta. (For multi-ports. C. 30. use a lock- Wt. **For same valves as standard wrench H. These are for Wrench Head straightway valves only. valve is Type A-3* C-3* F-3* H-3** operated without removal of wrench. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . U.S. 77375 Edmonton. A M D B A R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . (lb.) Effective Wrench Head 51/2 B Length (Inches) M Wrench Square 31/32 19/16 125/32 125/32 Standard Lengths Available Effective Wrench Length 7 12 18 24. 28 Wrenches and Accessories Wrenches Standard Lock Wrenches STANDARD LOCK WRENCHES Designed for locking and sealing in either open or closed position.) 11/2 3 6 61/2 ing/sealing device.98th Street Tomball. On removal of lock or seal. F respectively. 36 A (Inches) 1 Cold Diameter of Wrench D Rolled Handle M Steel * For same valves as standard wrenches A. Texas.A.

98th Street Tomball. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Please order by type number. VALVE TYPE REGULAR FULL ROUND OPENING VENTURI PIPE AREA PORT VALVE SIZE DEVICE TYPE NO. Plug stem must be machined.3/4 L-50 L-50 L-50 1 L-50 L-50 L-51 11/4 L-50 L-50 L-61 11/2 L-50 L-51 L-61 2 L-51 L-52† L-63 21/2 L-52 L-53 L-63 3 L-53 L-54† L-65 4 L-54 L-55 L-66 5 L-55 6 L-55 L-55 L-57† L-67 8 L-58 10 L-57R L-57 12 L-58 * Device cannot be applied in field on these valves. U. 29 Wrenches and Accessories Wrench Locking Device For locking and sealing in either open or closed position. Alberta.A. Texas.S. 3" and 4" 800 psi valves. † No locking device available for 6" 500 psi valves and 2". (INCHES) 1/2 . Remove to operate valve. Separate wrench required. 77375 Edmonton. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .

most full pipe area positioned and locked. 500 200. U. 400 200. 400.A. Alberta. 400. 3/4.) 11/2 11/2 3 3 6 A–Effective Wrench Length (inches) 7 7 12 12 18 M–Wrench Square 31/32 31/32 19/32 19/32 125/32 Not available for D-450 or D-451. 400.S. 11/4 11/4. 11/2 2 21/2 3. 77375 Edmonton. Available for prevent accidental operation when wrench is properly regular opening valves through 4". R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Wrench is M A Padlocked Operating Valve “TEXAS-STYLE” LOCKING WRENCH Wrench Type No. 30 Wrenches and Accessories “Texas-Style” Locking Wrench Double-locking wrench has heavy-duty stops which removed and turned over to operate valve. 11/4. The wrench is used for locking valves through 3". (lb. 500 200. 500 200. Texas. 1. A-4 A-41 C-4 C-41 F-4 Regular Opening – Valve Size 1.98th Street Tomball. Please order by type number. 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 Full Pipe Area – Valve Size 1/2. and sealing in either open or closed position. 400 Wt. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 4 Working Pressure PSI WOG 200.

) Regular Opening Adapter A-4 — Adapts 2" 10* S-41 A-4* Multi-port. 400 PSI) S-41 A-4* wrench socket to 3" valve 14* Venturi (200.11/2 Round Port In the Table to the right. 1-2 Regular Opening tled “Socket Wrench No.) Adapter A-5 — Adapts 2" 12* Venturi (200. 400. catwalks. Opening 8* Full Pipe Area (200. 500 PSI) 3-5 Round Port Multi-port. no Full Pipe Area (200. the proper wrench for use S-11 A-1 Multi-port directly on the valve stem is listed in the column enti. Wrench sockets are integral. 6 Venturi Multi-port.) 12 13 19 19 20 22 25 *Standard **Pipe Size †Special STEEL SOCKET OR SOCKET SOCKET C B SIZE. 400. Alberta. use S-52 Special wrench and listed adapter where torque/service conditions permit wrench operation. WRENCH NO. S-11 S-21 S-31 S-51* S-51† S-41 S-61 Socket Wrench D A Handle Length (Inches) 18 24 36 36 48 48 60 WELD 4' D Diameter of Drive** 11/4 1 11/2 11/2 11/2 2 2 d Diameter of Wrench** 1 1 1 1 11/2 11/2 11/2 E Wt. Full Pipe Area (200. S-51 with 2" square 2 . If mechanical advantage is required. etc.) wrench socket to 11/4" Round Port valve stem. are available with integral handle or with handle socket Socket No. Full Pipe Area G 1/2 . 6* S-41 A-4* Multi-port. C Available Stem 11/4 11/2 21/4 21/2 21/2 21/2 31/2 Engagement A E ID of Socket Diameter 111/16 111/16 115/16 115/16 115/16 225/64 225/64 F Square Corner to Corner 23/16 21/2 33/8 41/16 41/16 43/4 59/16 d G Stem Square 31/32 19/32 125/32 21/32 21/32 217/32 3 3/32 T-Handle Wrench no. 12* Full Pipe Area (200 PSI) 12 Regular Opening S-51 (Spec. 400 PSI) 10 Venturi (500 PSI) S-51 (Spec. listed in 21/2 -3 Regular Opening the right-hand column of this table. 31 Wrenches and Accessories T-Handle Socket Wrenches T-handle socket wrenches for operation of valves T-HANDLE SOCKET WRENCHES located under flooring. Opening wrench socket to 27/16" 10* Full Pipe Area S-61 A-5* valve stem. grating. 400 PSI) S-41 A-4* valve stem. 500 PSI) adapter is required.” If this wrench is used. F ADAPTER NO. Regular Opening 10 S-31 A-3 Venturi (200.21/2 Round Port S-21 A-2 socket. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . they B Socket Height 21/8 23/8 3 37/8 37/8 47/16 59/16 can also be supplied separately. S-10 S-20 S-30 S-50 S-50 S-40 S-60 for sliding handle. *On this size valve. Reg.A. Opening Adapter A-2 — Adapts 2" 6 Full Pipe Area (500 PSI) S-51 (Spec. TYPE WRENCH INCHES 3-51 AND NO. 400 PSI) S-61 A-5* stem.S. (lb. Reg. Full Area Regular Opening Adapter A-3 — Adapts 2" 8 Venturi S-31 A-3 wrench socket to 13/4" Multi-port. 77375 Edmonton. can be employed to operate a wide range of Multi-port valves when used with the correct adapter.98th Street Tomball. Texas. Reg. 400 PSI) valve stem. Full Area Adapter A-1 — Adapts 2" 4. wrench S-51 (Standard or Special) may be used on worm gear operator. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . U. 6 Regular Opening S-31 A-3 wrench socket to 15/16" Full Pipe Area (200. Wrench No.

state dimension R. (illustration 2) state FLOOR LINE desired dimension S. If valve is not buried. Required diameter of valve box shaft is 51/4". beneath flooring. fabricated to the The low head extension consists of an extended customer’s requirements. 32 Wrenches and Accessories High and Low Head Extensions High head and low head extensions. A standard wrench or T-handle socket page 35. State figure number of valve. sion which fits the operating stem and an extended T-handle socket wrench is ordered separately (see sealant screw. Dimension M = 2" square on all wrench- operated valves with stem square of 2" or smaller. facilitate the operation and sealant screw with sealant fitting. Texas. HIGH HEAD EXTENSION 3. U. or in other locations socket wrench which slips over the extended sealant difficult to access. Valves using the low servicing of RESUN wrench-operated valves installed head extension are operated by a hollow T-handle underground. centerline of valve to groundline. valve stem. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . centerline of valve to exact end of extension. screw and fits a 2" square stem adapter attached to the The high head extension consists of a tubular exten. HIGH HEAD EXTENSION 2.) wrench is applied to the top of the high head extension to operate the valve. 2. LOW HEAD EXTENSION HIGH HEAD LOW HEAD To order extensions: 1. If valve is buried and protected by valve box (illustration 1 and 3). Alberta.S. 27/16" square when valve stem is 27/16" square. H High and low head extensions are shipped completely assembled. but is to be 3" operated from above through a grating. etc. 3. R&M Energy Systems does not supply valve boxes. 1.A. Allow minimum clearance of 3" for sealant screw between extension and floor line.98th Street Tomball. from a platform. 77375 Edmonton. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .

200 PSI Full Pipe Area. • With valve-specify valve figure number and add wheels permits easy installation or removal when valves “WITH WORM GEAR OPERATOR AND CHAINWHEEL. Formula for Estimating W1 Chain Length for Worm Gear-Operated Valves L=Chain length required. S=Distance from centerline of valve to centerline of worm gear shaft. chain. Full Area S 81/16 91/2 1113/16* 143/8 181/8 195/8 *150 psi in 14" through 30" sizes. • For valve already in service-specify chainwheel Coated lock link pattern chain is supplied with chain. S 71/8 87/16 1013/16 139/16 1513/16 1615/16 Long Pattern. use this for- mula: L=[(H1-4')+S]2+4'3" CHAINWHEEL DIMENSIONS Valve Type Valve Size 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 Regular Opening S 7 7 715/16 103/8 131/4 Full Pipe Area.” are already installed. H1 Chainwheel Size and Number S RESUN’s standard Chainwheel no. Alberta. To order a chainwheel: wheels can be furnished. Texas. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . and chain only and advise handwheel rim diameter. †1115/16" 4-way/4-port valves. Use formula provided for cal. H1=Distance from floor to centerline of valve. S 615/16 713/16 815/16 123/8 1411/16 1713/16 181/2 2015/16 Long Pattern. 77375 Edmonton. S 615/16 713/16 815/16 1211/16 149/16 1511/16 Short Pattern Full Pipe Area. culating length of chain required. U. 200* PSI S 7 77/8 9 1215/16 147/8 153/8 181/16 197/16 219/16 2315/16 Venturi.S. S 77/8 113/16 Long Pattern. 33 Wrenches and Accessories Chainwheels for Gear-Operated Valves To facilitate gear operation of overhead valves. 400 PSI Full Pipe Area. 4 has 22" 4" diameter and a 5/0 chain size. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . To estimate chain length for worm gear-operated valves. • State length of chain desired. 400 PSI S 7 81/4 10 127/8 1413/16 157/8 171/4 185/8 203/4 Round Port S 75/16 9 97/8 1113/16 147/8 171/16 Multi-port. The design of RESUN chain. wheel in the sizes shown. 500 PSI Venturi.A.98th Street Tomball.

salt solutions and aqueous solutions. wet fuel gases. gasoline. Alkalies 104-G Cartridges glycols. Numbers with suffix G are gun grade. Numbers without suffix G are stick grade. Alcohols and Tan col dehydration units. dyes. with service categories listed for their suitability. Also suitable for liquid hydrocar. UL. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Resistant to water. hot water. Sewage. *food and Hydrocarbons pharmaceutical applications as determined suitable by user. Alkalies 58-G Cartridges 0 to 350˚F butadiene. styrene and cumene. seawater. propylene. butane. 104W Sticks -20 to 400˚F Same as 104 except thinner consistency for use in envi. oils and waxes. or Bulk 101 Sticks -20 to 450˚F Air and natural or manufactured gas. Ketones 103-G Cartridges bons and aqueous solutions. Alberta. available in cartridges and bulk. Natural or Air or Bulk manufactured and liquefied petroleum gases. Lowest operating torque at extremely low temp. organic acids. propane. sludge and cold water services. *Food products should be determined satisfactory at the discretion of the user. or Bulk 104 Sticks 0 to 450˚F Multi-purpose sealant for petroleum solvents. 34 Sealant Specifications Sealants are shown by number. benzene. Strong Amines Brown aviation and jet fuels. Salt solutions. Hydrocarbons 24-G Cartridges 0 to 225˚F or Bulk 58 Sticks 0 to 385˚F Petroleum fuels. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 77375 Edmonton. Silicone free. Will not seal as well as 104 104W-G Cartridges at higher temperatures. Silicone free. Hydrocarbons 62-G Cartridges -20 to 225˚F approved. toluene. crude distillates. U. 101-G Cartridges strong chemicals.S. alco. same as 104 Green ronments below +10˚ F.A. Texas. glycerine and glycols. Best sealant at high pressure. salts. Air or Bulk 62 Sticks -15 to 250˚F Natural and manufactured gas. air and non-corrosive Liquid Black gases. dilute acids and alkalies. fuels and Strong Amines Green oils. or Bulk 375 Cartridges -15 to 250˚F Extra soft lubricant for freeing hard operating valves on Black or Bulk water and gas services. Liquid Cream hols. caustic and strong chemicals. Silicone free. xylene. Also useful for Liquid White or Bulk food products. 103 Sticks -20 to 400˚F Special purpose sealant for natural gas service and gly. SEALANT FORMS TEMPERATURE SUITABLE FOR UNSUITABLE FOR COLOR NUMBER AVAILABLE RANGE 24 Sticks 0 to 250˚F Aqueous solutions of alkalies. tar or pitch.98th Street Tomball. steam asphalt. vegetable oils and fatty acids. ammonia liquors. kerosene.

. 101 Cottonseed Oil.... Paper Industry..................... 24.. 101 Flue Gas........................ consult factory........ 101 Castor Oil...................................................... 24................. 101 Crude Oil................... 101 Distillate.......................................... 24.103.......... 58............. 101 Coke Oven Gas................................. 101 Ethyl Alcohol (Ethanol)......... 104 Drip Cocks Gas............. 24............ 24........................ 101 NOTE: Bold type indicates recommended sealant considering chemical compatibility...................................... 24... 24............... 104 Barium Hydroxide..................62...... 101 Carbolic Acid (Phenol Solution).............. 24......... 101 Doctor Solution and Gasoline........................... 103 Coal Tar Solvents.. 101 Clay Slips........................ Operating pressure able to contact your local RESUN representative or the 5.................................................... 58....... 101 Calcium Salt Solutions........... 58................................ 24...... 101 Air........................................ 4...................... 101 Gas Odorizers..................... 24...................... Low Aromatic............ 101 Glauber’s Salt......... 101 Electrolytic Cell Liquor................................................. 24........... 24.. 103 Gas Liquor (Ammonia Liquor)........ 101 Butadiene.............................. 24.......S... 103 Ammonium Chloride......................... 104 Acetaldehyde............ 24 Dyes..................................... 24.. 24........... 101 Copper Sulfate........................ 24........... 24........... 103 Coal Tar Oils... 24.. 58.......... Name or description of flow medium detailed description of service categories............ 103............ 24......... 103 Chrome Tanning Solutions. 103....................................................................... 103.......... 58......... 24............ Absorption Oil...................................... 101 Fatty Acids and Water............................. 24... 103............................. 101 Fruit Juices............. 101 Animal Oils........ 58.....................................101........ 103 Ammonium Hydroxide.. 104 Acetylene Gas.... 104 Gas................ 101 Ammonium Salt Solutions.. 101 Formic Acid...................... 103... 24....................... 101 Bulk Stations........................ 103 Fatty Acids.. 104 Gin........................... 24................... 58............... 24.... 24.. 104 Gas Fuel Lines..... 101 Aluminum Chloride............................. 101 Chestnut Extract........................ 58..... 103... 58.... 58.......... 1. 58...... 24.. 104 Drip Oil.... 24............. 101 Alums............................ 24.... 101 Barium Chloride................. 101 Ethanolamine.............................. 103 Citric Acid....... 58..................................... 58.................................. 103 Aluminum Resinate..98th Street Tomball................... 24.................... 104 Bicarbonate of Soda........ 58......103... 101 Calcium Hypochlorite... 101 Gas. 24.............. Sealant specifications........ 24... 24.......... 104 Gasoline.. 101 Emulsions......... 24... 101 Fuming Sulfuric Acid..................................................... 103............................. 103 Gasoline................. Petroleum.. 101 Caustic Soda (Sodium Hydroxide)............. 103 Aluminum Salt Solutions.... 58........ 24................... 24.. 58........................................................... 24............. 101 Aromatic Solvents........................... 24......... 62................................. 77375 Edmonton.. 101 Caustic Cell Liquors. Texas...... 101 Barium Salt Solutions. 104 Drilling Mud...... 101 Ethyl Acetate...... 101 Gas Lifts.. 24......................... 101 Drinking Water.............. 101 Cellulose Acetate........... SERVICE SEALANT NO............... 101 Alcohols Methyl or Ethyl......................................................... 24. 101 Denatured Alcohol..... 103 Chlorinated Solvents............... 58................... 24............................................... 58.............. 62............... 24... 101 Cement Slurries..... 24............................ Texas.......................................................................... 103 Blood Plasma.. 62.... 104 Food Products................................................................... 101 Corn Oil... 104 Dyes.... 104 Gas Drips........... 103 Crude Oil and Brine......... 24........ 101 Boiler Blow-Off (Steam)................... it is advis............. 58.......................................................... 101 Chlorinated Paraffin.........................................103......................................... 104 Benzene (Benzol)....... 24.... 101 Cutting Oils...................................... 58............. 101 Condensate.................................................................................... 101 Benzaldehyde (Tincture)............. should be consulted for high and low tempera... High Aromatic............... 103 Ferrous Chloride......................... 24.................. 62............................ Anhydrous........................................................................... 101...... 24........... 103............................... 101 Gas Oil...................................... 101 Aniline Oils-Hydrocarbon.. 62............ For extreme pressures or temperatures................................................................... 103. 101 Downtherm SR-1........................ 24........ 58.......................... 104 Coal Gas........... 24......... 103 Ethylene Glycol... 24....................................101... 101 Amyl Acetate............ 58.................... 24................................ Gas or Liquid...................... 24............ 58............................................................. 24.................................................................. 101 Casein Paints............................................................................ 24. 58.................. 24... 101 Benzoate of Soda........ 24.................. 101 Ferrous Sulfate............101............................. 101 Ethane Gas..... Whether stick or gun injection is preferred SERVICE SEALANT NO.. 101 Ferric Chloride.............................. 103........... 24... 101 Calcium Sulfate............................................... 58........................... 24........ 101 Ethylene Dibromide............................. 24........................................ 101 Asphalt Paints............................. 103 Cumene........... 58.......................... 101 Downtherm E. 103... 58..................... 58.... please furnish the following as a guide to sealant selection............... 58......................................................... 103.. 58........ 24........ 104 Acetic Acid........................ 24...................... 58......... 104 Acetate Solvents.......................... 58............. 58............................. 103 Blast Furnace Gas...................................... 101 Elaine Red Oil.......................... 101 Acetone............................................................................ 103 Ferric Sulfate......................................................................................................... 24............... 58.. 103. 58....... 24.............. 101 Boiler Feed Water.... 101 Cellosolve Solvents... 24.......... Refinery.. 104 Calcium Chloride........................ 58.. Size and description of valve ture limitations of the suggested sealants and a more 2...... 103 Brake Fluid............................ 101 Carbon Tetrachloride..... 101 Filter House Lines. 103 Boric Acid................................................. 24.... 24.......... 24......... 24.................................... 58.. 101 Diethanolamine...................... U.............. 101 Arsenic Trichloride.................................... 24....... 24. 62......... 101 Coconut Oil... 24.... 101. 58............................. 103 Bunker Oils (Fuel Oils). 103. 24............. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 ....... 101 Acetic Anhydride..... Gas or Liquid................................... 58...... 24....................... 101 Epoxies. 101 Gallic Acid........... 62........................................ 104 Borax....... When requesting chemical resistance of RESUN sealants and may be used sealant recommendations..... 24...... 103 Ammonia Saturators.................. 101 Cyanide Solutions... 62.......................................... 103 Ferric Nitrate...................................................... 24................. 24...................... 101 Blue Gas...... 24.... 103....... 58............ 101 Bright Stock Petroleum........... 103 Butyric Acid.... 24.... 101 Cresylic Acid (Cresol)..................... 103........... 101 Corn Syrup(Glucose)................................. 103.... 24......A.......................... 24............... 58... 24................... 103.... 58................. 62........ SERVICE SEALANT NO. 101 Carbon Dioxide Gas or Liquid... 101 Fluosilic Acid.................................... 24.................................... 24.............................. 58........... 103 Ammonia Recovery Lines.............. 101 Ether Petroleum... 101 Carbonic Acid (Carbon Dioxide Solution)............. 101 Alcohols Higher..................................................... 24........ 103 Ammonia Gas or Liquid................................. 103 Benzine (Petroleum Ether).................... Alberta......... 101 Phosphate......................... 101 Alkalies.............................. 24................... 24.......... 104 Ethyl Benzene.......... 58..................... 62.......... 3............. 101 Gelatin...... 58.............. 101 Glacial Acetic Acid.............. 103............................................ 103 Acrylonitrile............................................................................. 104 Aqueous Solutions............. 24...... 104 Aluminum Sulfate................. 101 Asphalt Emulsions................................. 103 Calcium Hydroxide........................................ 101 Barytes................... 24........................................................... 24.................... 101 Ethylene Dichloride........... 58. 24....... 101 Carbon Monoxide Gas.......................... 58.............................. 103......... 103 Acid Sludge............. 101.................................. 58................ 101 Black Liquor......... Water Soluble.................................... 101 Brines... 101 Dichlorethylene...... 58................... 101 Doctor Solution (Sodium Plumbite). 24...................... 103........ 101....... 24............... 24.... 104 Bleach Liquor (Calcium Hypochlorite). 104 Aluminum Acetate..................... 101 Ammonium Phosphate............................ 101 Asphalt .... information: page 41................ 101 Amyl Chloride............................................. 101 Coal Washers.... 103...... 101 Barium Carbonate.. 58... 24............................... 104 Formaldehyde................... 58......................... Natural......................................... 103........................................... 101 Diesel Fuel................... 101 Ammonium Sulfate Liquor...... 24....................... Refinery............. 35 Sealant Selection Guide This table is intended as a general indication of the manufacturing plant in Tomball..... 58.......... 101 Ammonia Liquor......................... 101 Caustic Potash (Potassium Hydroxide)......... 103............................. 24..... 101 Arsenic Acid..... 24............... 101 Aniline Oils-Aqueous............................................. 24....... 104 Dextrin............. 101 Fusel Oil (Crude Amyl Alcohol)..... 24.... 101 Butane.......... 24. 101 Chlorobenzene.... 58............................................... 101 Aniline...... 101 Continuous Treators............. 24.......... 24........ 101 Ethylene Gas...................... Manufactured..... 24......... 58... 101 Ethyl Chloride Gas or Liquid. 101 Copper Solution...................... 58...... 101 Carbon Disulfide........................................ 24...... 24.. 101 Epsom Salts..................... 24...... Oil Soluble................ 103 Flavoring Extracts................... 101 Benzaldehyde (Pure).......... 24...................... 101 Ammonium Sulfate..... 58........ 24.............. 101 Foamite Lines........................... 103.............. 24............. 104 Benzoic Acid.. 24..... 101 Agitator Draw-off.......................... 58.. 104 Bituminous Paints.............................................................................. 101 Sulfate........................ 104 Dry Cleaning Fluid............ 103..... 101 Amyl Alcohol........ 101 Ethers...... 24...... 101 Corrosive Gases.......................................................................... 24.......................................................104 Ammonium Nitrate.............104 Chromic Acid. 58.. 101 Fuel Oil.................................. 103............... 103........... Operating temperature or high and low temperature In cases not covered by a recommendation........... 103 Fish Oil............ 58........ 24................. 101 Furfural.......... 24........... 101 Beer.................. 24......................... 101 Dextrose............. 24....................................... 24..... 24..... 101 Fertilizer Solutions-Nitrate................... 24................ 24............... 101 Creosote Oil............ 103........... 101 Casing Head Gas................... Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 ........ 24....................... 103....................... 103 Ethylene Oxide......................................... 103 Acetylene Generator Waste... 101 Freon............... 24....... 104 Barium Sulfate... 24........

103.............103. 58........ 103................................. 101 Sewage.... 24.................... 24.............. 101 Tallow... 58........................................... 104 Potassium Sulfate.... 101 Logwood Extract....... 24..... 24.............................. 101 Pyridine.... 103....................................... 103... 58......................................................... 104 Phenol. 101 Wax Emulsions............ 101 Monoethanolamine.... 101 Varnish......... 62. 24.......................................................................................................... 101 Naphtha Filter House... 24.................. 24.................................................... 77375 Edmonton............... 104 Tall Oil. 101 Sulfur Trioxide................................ 101...................................... 36 Sealant Sealant Selection Guide SERVICE SEALANT NO............................................. 103 Water Glass (Sodium Silicate).. 101 Vacuum Services................ 101 Silicone Fluids..................... 101 Oil Tar... 104 Phosphoric Acid........................................... 104 Sodium Bisulfate............................... 24.............. 101 Sour Wash..... 103..... 24.............. 58................ 101..................... 62....... 101 Methyl Chloride............................ 101 Synthetic Tannins.......................................... FL5* Soy Bean Oil.............. 24... 104 Ucon Fluids.... Molten.................. 24...................... 101 Salicylic Acid........... 101 Lime Solutions.......... 101 Sodium.......................... 24......................... 24............. 24................... 24................... Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 ............ 24............................ Paper Industry.............................................................. 104 Sodium Silicate.......................... Crude........ 58........................ 24....................................... 58............ 104 Oxalic Acid............................. 104 Grease. 101 Sulfuric Acid (Fuming)................................... 24...... 101 Tankage Rendering Plants.................... 103...... 104 Sulfonated Oils...... 24....................... 24............... 24............................ 24................... 58.................. 24.. 58..................... 101 Viscose.............. 101 Rosin (Pine Resin).... 103 Manufacture Gas............. 24....... 104 Hydraulic Oil....... 101 Low Temperatures........ 24. 103....................................... 101 Mercenzing Solutions............. 101 Perchlorethylene... 101 Oleo Oil...................... Latex Base....... 101 Paper Stock............................ Slurries.............. 24............ 24................ 58....................... 58................. 103 Mineral Oil............... 24............ 101 Phosphorus......................................................... 103 Molasses.. 58 Rubber Solvent................................................ 101 Residium............................................... 101 Zinc Sulfate. 24.... 62............. 101 Nitrogen Solutions (Ammonium Nitrate)... 101 Oil and Water Mixtures..................................................................... Petroleum........ 24.. 101 Mercury........................................................ 58. 103............................................... SERVICE SEALANT NO........................... 104 Slop............ Glaze Liquid Ceramic.................................... 58............... 58........................................... 24............................. 103.......... 104 Palm Oil and Water................ 104 Sodium Phosphate................ 101 Pulp Lines............ 62.......................... 24..... 101 Glycerine (Glycerol).............. 101 Tall Oil (Fatty Acids)....................................... 58... 101 Xylene (Xylol). 104 Petroleum Oil................................101.. 24..... 24... 103..................................................... 24... 101 Naphthalene...... 101 Pyrogallic Acid.................. 103............................................................ 24.... 103 Vegetable Dyes........... 101 Wash Oil....... 103............... 24................. 58......... Solutions or Suspensions................... 24.............................................. 104 Menhaden Oil...................................... 24..................... 104 Tar Acid (Phenol)..................... 103 Mercuric Chloride...... 101 Tetraethyl Lead.............. 104 Trisodium Phosphate............... 24................................................ 24....................... 58........................ 103.................... Spent Soap Lye........................ 58..... 101 Tung Oil.................................... Paper Industry........... 58............................. 58.......................... 101 Wort Beer............. 24........................... 101 Polyethylene................ 101 Methane Gas...........................101.. 24............................ 58....... 24. 24.............. 24............................................................. 24.... 24.......... 104 Paint....................................... 58 Safflower Oil................................ 24........... 62............................................................ 58........ 101 Quenching Oil.... 101 Sulfite Liquors................103... 101 Glucose..... 101 Octane............ 101 Waste Pickle Liquor........... 104 Tricresyl Phosphate.......................................... 24.................... 24.............. 101 Naphtha Condensers......................... 104 Stearic Acid.................. 101 Linseed Oil.... 103 Magnesium Salt Solutions. 101 Lignin Liquor......... 58...... Alberta............ 62. 101 Heptane.................... Coke Plant...A...... 58... 24............... 101 Strontium Nitrate.... 104 Magnesium Chloride.............. 24. 101 Naphtha.... 24.... 24......................................... 101 Sodium Phenolate..... 103 Hydrocyanic Acid...... 58....................................... 58 Syrup........... 24.................... FL5* Lactic Acid........... 58... 24.. 101 Potash (Potassium Carbonate).... 24.......................... 58................................. 101 Pitch..............................................101.................................................. 24. 58....... 101 Soda Liquor........... 101 Whiskey.... 24............................. 101 Vinegar............. 24............. Refinery........ 24................................. 101 Lithium Chloride.................... Paper Industry...................... 101 Spent Acid.... 24..... 104 Peanut Oil............................ 101 Vat Dyes...................................................................... 24............................................................ 24................ 24.................................................................. 58.. 24........................................................................... 101 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). 101 Licorice Extract.............................. 101 Industrial Gas Lines.... 101 Hydrogen Sulfide (Sour Gas).................. Molten.......... 103............ 24......................... 58.................... 101 Nitromethane....... 58................................... 58...... 103.... 24.............................................................. 24................. 103....... 101 Organic Hydrocarbon Solvents... 24........... 58...... 24.................. 103................. 101 Nitre (Potassium Nitrate)................................ 104 Sulfur.. 101 Vinylidene Chloride...... 24...................... 104 Slurries (Water).............................................. 62............. 24......................... 101 Producer Gas............ Paper Industry..... 101 Quebracho Extract......................................... Woolen Mills............. 62...................... 24..... 101 Prussic Acid............. 104 Sea Water.................. 101 Vegetable Tannins...... 24.................................................................. 24..................... 101 Potassium Salt Solutions................ 24..................................................................................... 24..................... 104 Steam......... 104 Maleic Anhydride.......... 24....................................... 101 Road Oil..................................................... 24.................................. 101 Hydrochloric Acid.. 101 Kerosene.............................................................................................................. 101 Hemlock Extract...... 24............ 103................................................ 101 Potassium Hydroxide.......... 24................ 58..... 24. 24.... 24...... 58. 104 Sodium Chloride............................ 104 Scouring Liquor.......... 104 Sulfate Liquors...... 58. 24............................................................ Oil Base.... 101 Starch Solutions..... 104 Sulfur................ 24.............................. 101 Sugar Solutions.............. 24.......... 101 Shock Absorber Fluid................... 101 Raw Gas Lines............. 58................................ 103..... 24. 24................... 58 Sodium Carbonate....101..................................104 Rapeseed Oil...................... 24.. Paper Industry...................... 24. 24... 104 Potassium Nitrate........................... 101 Propylene...... Sodium Hypochlorite................................ FL5* Paraffin Oils.... 24.................... 101 Pickling Acids......................... 101 Oil.....................................104 Roofing Tar.............................. 24... 103.. Refinery.............. 24................. 62........ 58.............. 58...................... 101 Synthesis Gas........... Gas or Liquid......................... 101 Red Oil (Oleic Acid).......................................... 24................................... 103 Mineral Spirits.............. 103.. 101 Road Tar...........................................................104 Lead Arsenate...................... 58.............................. 103...... 101 Glue.................... 24... 24................................. Gas or Liquid... 103.... 24... 104 Sewage Gas... 101 Stoddard Solvent........ 24........................... 103.............. 24................ 101 Soluble Oils.... 58............... 24.................................................................. 101 Palm Oil........................ 24.............. 58.............. 101 Turpentine..... 101 Whiskey Mash.......... 58........... 101 Methyl Ethyl Ketone..... 62.................... 24.98th Street Tomball............ 104 Propane........... 101 Helium Gas............. 101 Lye Solutions................................................................................... 24....... 24.. 101 Toluene (Toluol)............ 58 Soap Solutions............................................................... 101 White Liquor.......... 101 Vegetable Oils & Water................... U.... 24.............. 101 Heat Exchanger Oil...................103...................... 101 *Consult Factory for sealant description and pricing............... 103..................... 101 Pine Resin.............. 24...... 24........................... 104 Lubricating Oil.......... 101 Triaryl Phosphate.... 101 Hot Water................... 58.......... 24..... 101 Wine................. 101 Tar Oil (Creosote)...... 62.... 101 Sodium Borate............... 24.................... 58................... 101 Oil of Vitriol............... 24.. 24............................................... 24........... 101 Sweet Water....................... 24.............. 24................................. 24...................... 101 Zinc Chloride.......... 101 Wood Pulp. 103............... 101 Sulfuric Acid.... 101 Oleum (Fuming Sulfuric Acid). 58................ 58........... 104 Hydrogen Chloride (Anhydrous)........... 104 Triethanolamine............. 101 Wool Scouring Liquors......................................... 101 Paraffin.......................... 101 Vegetable Oils................................ 103............. 101 Trichlorethylene.................... 101 Lard.. Sodium Bicarbonate.......................................... 103.......................... 101 Waxes......................................................................................................... 24.......... 101....... 101 Solvent Naphtha Coal Tar....... 101 Iso-Butane.......... Texas...................... 24....................... 101 Tannic Acid.... 104 Sulfur Chloride......... 101 Shellac......... 101 Oil.......... 101 Hexane... 58...... 103.......... 104 Petroleum Ether...... 104 Sodium Sulfate.................. 58........................ 24. 101 Nickel Plating Solutions.... Brewery........ 101 Milk............... 101 Heavy Oil Coke Plant......... 58............... 101 Nitro Benzene...... 24.................. 103.......... 101 Mine Water............................ Except Acetone......... 58. 101 White Water......... 58.. 103. 58..... 24. 101 Water Softener......................................... 101 Hydrogen Peroxide Dilute..... 103....................104 Soda Ash (Sodium Carbonate)............ 101 Loading Racks. 24... 24..... 24................................. 103.................... 103. 58........................................ 104 Oleomargarine....103........................ 101 Wood Alcohol (Methyl Alcohol)...... 104 Green Liquor... Petroleum.......... 101 Sour Gasoline............. 103 Methyl Alcohol (Methanol)......... 103.................S........... 101 Water Gas................................. 103 Manganous Sulfate.................... 101 Mud Pump Lines........................ 24....... 101 Salt Cake (Sodium Sulfate)............................... 24.................................... 101 Olive Oil............................................................................................................. 104 Paint Thinner....... 103.. Petroleum.......................................... 24.......................................... 58 103............. 58.......................... 24.......... 24........... 58 Sal Ammoniac (Ammonium Chloride)............. 103................. 103............................. Petroleum................................................................... 101 Sulfurous Acid....................................... 103............. 103 Monochlorbenzene.......... 58... 101 Palmitic Acid.............. 101 Hydrofluoric Acid..... 101 Muriatic Acid....... 101 Grain Alcohol (Ethyl Alcohol).............. 24..................... 101 Stannic Chloride.. 101 Nitric Acid.. 103........ 103............................... 58............ 101 Light Oil Coke Plant... 101 Tar.................... 101 Pentane......................................................................... 101 Ketones................ 24................................................. 104 Sludge Acid........... 103............................................................................... 104 Tempering Oil................................................. 101 Jet Fuel............... 58....................... 24....................... SERVICE SEALANT NO..................... 104 Sodium Salt Solutions................................................... 24... 58.............................. 103..................... 24.................. 24... 24.............. 24................................................ 101 Mash Distillery........ 101 Gypsum (Calcium Sulfate).............. 101 Iso-Octane......................... 24.... 104 Magnesium Sulfate............................. 58. 101 Pyroligneous Liquors........... 101 Printing Ink............................................... 101 Transformer Oil....... 101 Methylene Chloride.................................. 101 Malt Syrup (Maltose).................................. 24.............104 Paint................................................ 103..................... 101 Salt (Sodium Chloride)..... 103................................ 24........................ 24...................... 104 Tartaric Acid............... 24... 104 Polyisobutylene........................ 101 Natural Gas.................. 24.... 24.... 24. 103.................................................... 101 Trichloracetic Acid................... 101 Tanning Liquors............................ 101 Nitrogen Gas........... 104 Sulfur Monochloride........... 103......................... 24........................ 101 Potassium Chloride.................. 58..... 103........ 24....... Textile Industry. 101 Glycols....... Paper Industry...... 103 Sulfur Dioxide............... 101 R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 ................................... 101 Styrene Monomer... 58................... 101 Vinyl Chloride.......... 101 Phthalic Anhydride..... 58... 103 Magnesium Hydroxide.................. 101 Petrolatum...... 101 Soda Pulp............................. 101 Latex................................................................................ 58........................ 101 Water...... 101 Oleic Acid................... 103 Sodium Hydroxide.................................................................... 58 103........ 101 Milk of Lime.............. 101 Hydrogen Gas.......... 103.............................

Number of cartridges 2. tube filled with gun 1-pt.. Gun grade comes in gun cartridges and in bulk. Proper servicing procedure and use sizes and may be preferred for smaller sizes if many of the correct RESUN sealant for the application is valves are in service. operation at low temperatures and with large valves. Grease Gun No. U. 1/2 gal. (pages 41-43) 1. For use with grease grade sealant for use with and 5-gal. essential if maximum operating efficiency and longest Stick grade is especially suitable for high pressure or life are to be obtained from your RESUN valves. 013867 (Hose extra) Body Sealant Screw Combination Sealant Screw Buttonhead Fitting R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . with grease gun No. cans. 1/2". 141/2 oz.S.. Sealant number Specify: 2. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . and bulk. 1-qt. 1. Number of boxes (See 2. 135860 sealant injections to gun without installation of a separate fitting. If desired. Alberta. Size of stick include suffix G with (pages 41-43. Grease gun servicing is standard for the largest for specific ladings. 4 per box.. 013867. Size of can of sticks per box) 3. these sealants can be injected with a screw-primed grease gun. 5/8" diameter. Number of boxes number) Include suffix G with 3. high temperature services. For use Specify: gun No. Gun grade sealants are relatively soft. SCREW-PRIMED GREASE GUN New Style Old Style An extra heavy-duty lever gun for both gun and stick grade SPECIFY: 1. Texas. 37 Sealant Forms and Injection Equipment High-quality RESUN plug valve sealants are formulated valves. Quantity Part No.98th Street Tomball. Stick Stick and Gun Sealant Injection grade comes in sticks. Sealant number (select from 2. Part number sealants. Stick sealant injection is usually considered most con. 2. 138047. 1-gal. permitting easier RESUN sealants come in stick grade and gun grade. Sealant number 1.A. gun sticks. venient with small numbers of valves or widely separated MANUAL AVAILABLE ON REQUEST Sealant Forms and Injection Equipment STICKS: GUN STICKS: GUN CARTRIDGE: BULK: 3/8". Size of stick (pages 41-43) (pages 41-43. combined with giant COUPLER buttonhead fitting. Bulletin LPM) 3. 77375 Edmonton. 1. Size of cartridge number) Bulletin LPM for number 3. is standard on RESUN For use with grease gun. Number of cans Combination STANDARD (12" LONG) Sealant Screw HOSE WITH BUTTONHEAD The sealant screw. plug valves allowing conversion from stick Part No. convenient lengths. 11/4" x 9". Sealant number Specify: Specify: 138047 or 013867.

Additional details of the modifications and illustrations are service for a period of no less than five years. heavy stem may be advisable. or the specific application so that the valve can be modified. those with the greatest port width are preferred for minimum turbulence and In services where product tends to build up on the pressure drop. All multi-port valves shall steam-jacketed baseplate considerably increases its be of the rectangular port type. 013867. molten sulfur service grease gun RESUN No. service intended. range of applications. Contact between the plug. Off the shelf it is suited for a wide on liquid sludge lines shall have full or nominal pipe size variety of applications. Full area straightway. Where these valves are used. But we don’t stop there. there may be a to similar installations which have been in satisfactory nominal charge for a particular plate number.it may be advisable to cal floating type. except where valves to ice relief holes can be drilled in the plug. or approved equal. Valves shall be so constructed that excessive sealant pressure cannot be built up.98th Street Tomball. plug. The various port openings. one wrench is to be supplied for every four valves. When ordering.A. Plate Numbers Application Description full area multi-port and round port valves 5" and larger. For wrench-operated valves. the area ports. Straightway valves to be used on occasions when a slight change in design will solve a gas lines may be of the reduced port (regular opening) customer’s problem such as the following: type. are in convenient manifolds or groups. it is important to specify these plate numbers One year’s supply of proper RESUN sealant for each ser. Plugs of all valves shall be of the cylindri. These special where indicated on the plans. Port openings in straightway shall be either number of sealants available and the easy addition of a rectangular or round in shape. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Texas. in which case. balancing ports. Listed All gear-operated valves shall be equipped with giant below are the more frequently used plate numbers and a buttonhead fittings and shall be properly charged with description of the type of applications for which they were sealant recommended by the valve manufacturer for the designed. U. valves versatile valve made. or equal. rectangular port valves 6" and larger. modifications are referred to as Plate Numbers. who can demonstrate the reliability of his valves by pointing Depending on the nature of the modification. regular opening valves 8" and larger.S. available from R&M Energy Systems’ plant. but that the excessive In services where sand or other fine slurries pass sealant will be automatically and visibly discharged to the through the valve it may be advisable to eliminate the atmosphere around the neck of the plug when predeter. Several modifications have been developed in order to Extensions or chainwheels with chain are to be supplied better accommodate these applications. In services where high torque is predictable an extra- and/or the coil spring. 38 Engineering Data Typical and Special Plug Valve Specifications All plug valves shall be of the lubricated plug type as The RESUN Lubricated Plug Valve is probably the most manufactured by R&M Energy Systems. through the sealant. the liquid or gas being transported. at least one wrench is to In services where water trapped in the valve may turn be supplied for each size and type. There are inal pipe size area ports. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 77375 Edmonton. shall have giant buttonhead fittings in the valve bodies 537 Freeze holes for low temperature located in such a manner as to assure proper sealant 1084 Slurry service 1086 Abrasive slurry service (w/o short lube injection at all times. sealant gun shall be complete with 12" hose and coupler. Grease gun sealant injection shall grooves) be used with the contractor furnishing one high pressure 1189 Asphalt service.as in asphalt or chocolate. mined sealant pressures are exceeded. Alberta. the line seat reduce the diameter of the plug. will insure that the customer will get the best RESUN valve for Valves used shall be of a type made by a manufacturer the application. and shall have full or nom. and the head seat is maintained by resilient pressure. This vice shall be furnished by the contractor.

33 113.03 2.28 % of Full Area 287 164 100 60 70 60 73 66 61 66 46 40 64 42 40 Full Area. Inches 131/4 151/4 Std.03 29.10 % of Full Area 100 100 100 108 100 100 108 100 100 100 100 100 100 Multi-Port Full Area 9/16 9/16 11/16 7/8 7/8 13/16 13/8 19/16 21/8 21/2 31/4 41/8 Port Size x x x x x x x x x x x x 31/32 31/32 11/4 25/16 25/16 27/8 33/8 43/4 6 8 9 121/8 Port Area.53 % of Full Area 170 100 97 135 100 100 97 97 98 98 98 97 *Threaded valves 200 and 400 PSI *Full area short pattern ▲ Flanged end valves 200 and 400 PSI. Inches 1/2 3/4 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 8 10** 10 12** 12 14 OD 16 OD 18 OD 20 OD I D Of Pipe. 13. In.44 48. 200. In. Sq.31 .22 20. 13.24 55.03 ▲ % of Full Area 287 164 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 87** 100 70** 100 93 100 Venturi.89 .89 .66 78.89 1.87 51. Pipe Area.49 4.96 78.53 .03 29.84 7. U. Canada T6E 5N2 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 Plug Port Areas and Percent of Full Pipe Area . . 200. Sq. Sq.86 1. In.42 4.24 68. 400 PSI 29/16 3 33/4 5 5 61/8 Port Size x x x x x x 51/4 63/4 8 101/2 14 131/4 Port Area.S. .03 45.96 39 % of Full Area 46 40 38 44 50 43 (800) 654-5603 10906 FM 2920 Venturi.89 .03 78.49 4.10 137.24 % of Full Area 46 40 38 44 40 40 48 39 Round Port Port Size 19/32 27/32 11/32 17/16 15/8 21/16 29/16 31/16 41/16 61/16 81/16 10 12 Port Area.22 20. Sq.06 78.53 . threaded valves 500 PSI (800) 661-5659 3703 .09 128.22 20.89 .31 .78 50. .20 12.03 33.03 3.01 28.37 12. Sq.66 13.22 13.78 50.55 .09 199.89 .78 50.85** 78. In. 77375 Port Size x x x x x x x 51/4 63/4 8 101/2 121/2 131/4 161/2 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 Port Area. Sq.66 13.07 3.09 113.66** 78. 500 PSI 29/32 29/32 29/32 * 11/32 15/16 x19/16 15/16 119/32 2 29/16 3 33/4 5 5 61/8 5 71/2 71/2 101/8 Port Size x x x _________ x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Engineering Data 11/8 11/8 11/8 11/32 x13/16 ▲ 2 211/16 31/16 315/16 51/4 63/4 8 101/2 14 131/4 16 153/8 173/8 20 Port Area.89 1.52 19. Sq.96 28.44 2. In.04 3.66 7.66** 113.62 2.84 7.54 113.44 * _____ 2.89 182.98th Street R&M Energy Systems Canada Edmonton.16 7.22 20.86 1.24 68.50 2. Texas.61 72. In.34 5.03 3.10** 113.54 .39 12.36 4. Alberta.03 3.03 29.73 20. .17 2.84 2.85 113.A.79 7.65 Regular Opening 29/32 29/32 29/32 29/32 15/16 11/32 15/16 119/32 2 29/16 3 31/2 31/2 Port Size x x x x x x x x x x x x x 11/8 11/8 11/8 11/8 19/16 2 211/16 31/16 315/16 51/4 63/4 91/2 13 Port Area. In.60 28.89 50. Size. 400. 500 PSI R&M Energy Systems 29/16 3 33/4 5 45/8 55/8 7 Tomball. .

45th Avenue Tomball.S.450 2.A.250 1.050 1. Canada T6E 5C5 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .400 Round Port 96 170 260 450 660 1.100 1. INCHES 8 10 12 14 16 STRAIGHTWAY Regular Opening 1.600 4.800 4.600 4.000 4. INCHES 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 STRAIGHTWAY Regular Opening 53 66 98 155 270 340 520 Full Pipe Area. Long Pattern 72 130 170 260 390 640 1.400 MULTI-PORT.100 Full Pipe Area.000 Round Port 7.400 12. 40 Engineering Data *Flow Coefficient Cv THREADED VALVES SIZE.000 17. FULL AREA Straight Run 43 72 94 160 230 350 600 940 1. Short Pattern 62 110 150 250 340 560 940 1.200 6.600 Full Pipe Area.200 11.350 90˚ Turn 22 45 54 90 130 200 350 540 760 FLANGED VALVES SIZE. INCHES 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 STRAIGHTWAY Regular Opening 56 69 100 160 280 350 520 650 740 Venturi 840 Full Pipe Area. Texas. Short Pattern 3. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 9830 .000 4. 77375 Edmonton. Alberta.700 2.100 1.000 14.600 Full Pipe Area. FULL AREA Straight Run 42 70 90 155 220 340 580 90˚ Turn 26 44 58 94 140 220 370 FLANGED VALVES SIZE. U.900 2. 200 PSI 58 105 140 210 320 520 860 Full Pipe Area.250 *Flow of water @ 60˚ F in gallons per minute at a pressure drop of one pound per square inch.600 Venturi 1. Long Pattern 4. 500 PSI 64 120 155 240 350 580 980 Round Port 82 150 220 360 520 820 1.900 3. FULL AREA Straight Run 2.100 MULTI-PORT.500 MULTI-PORT.400 9. 400.400 90˚ Turn 1.

8 5.0 88.7 2.5 4.5 9.0 27.2 4.5 .2 8.0 8.1 1.6 .0 – – – – 90˚ Turn 6.4 3.0 4.2 5.7 2.9 7.1 1.9 1.3 1.3 14.2 2.9 10.8 5.5 3. 200 PSI 1.7 .7 .0 56.6 6.0 52.0 – – – – R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 .0 – – MULTI-PORT FULL AREA Straight Run 2. Alberta.8 9.7 9.6 3.0 94.1 6.0 104.5 21.0 40.4 2.9 4. 500 PSI 1.5 2. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 .0 17.1 28.5 17.0 14.8 5.0 140.7 4.1 Round Port .8 8.0 – – Venturi 42.0 20.1 Round Port .0 2.3 90˚ Turn 6.2 11. INCHES STRAIGHTWAY Regular Opening 1. Long Pattern .0 104.5 13.4 3.0 10.0 11.8 . FULL AREA Straight Run 2. Short Pattern 1.5 8.0 MULTI-PORT.0 133.9 1.2 1.5 20.6 11.2 14.3 1.S.6 2.9 3.7 8.6 27.9 17.8 14.5 1.2 Full Pipe Area.5 4. Texas.A. 400.2 2.7 42.7 4.5 16.7 3.0 3. U.0 – – Full Pipe Area.7 3.8 2.4 5.0 96. 77375 Edmonton.2 1.1 3.8 2.5 3. 41 Engineering Data Resistance to Flow-Feet of Straight Pipe THREADED VALVES SIZE. INCHES 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 STRAIGHTWAY Regular Opening 1.1 1.6 .4 1.8 .98th Street Tomball.8 FLANGED END VALVES 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 SIZE.0 Full Pipe Area.9 Full Pipe Area.3 4.0 32.5 12.0 14.2 4.5 5.4 2.5 6.8 1.1 5.0 77.

S. Maximum Non-Shock Service (PSI) TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK SERVICE PRESSURE.P. 77375 Edmonton. Cast Iron 211/16 31/16 39/16 43/16 415/16 511/16 65/16 615/16 85/16 911/16 115/16 141/16 167/16 1815/16 211/16 F Diameter of Bolt Circle 2 21/2 27/8 35/8 41/8 5 51/2 63/16 75/16 81/2 105/8 123/4 173/4 161/4 221/2 Number of Bolts 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 16 16 20 20 Diameter of Bolts 5/8 5/8 3/4 5/8 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 1 11/8 11/8 11/4 Diameter of Bolt Holes 3/4 3/4 7/8 3/4 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 1 11/8 11/4 11/4 13/8 1/16" raised face is included in the minimum thickness for all sizes of Class 250 cast iron and 300 lb. S. Cast Iron Flange Standard ANSI 300-lb. PSIG FAHRENHEIT CATALOG RATING (WOG) -20º to 150ºF 150 200 300 400 500 800 200º 135 190 280 372 460 — 250º 125 175 260 345 415 — 300º 110 165 240 315 375 — 350º 100 150 220 288 335 — 400º — 140 200 270 290 — 450º — 125 — 250 250 — *The Code for Pressure Piping.1 — 1955. Steel Flange Standard DESCRIPTION NOMINAL PIPE SIZE SIZE 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 C Diameter of Flange 47/8 51/4 61/8 61/2 71/2 81/4 9 10 11 121/2 15 171/2 201/2 23 251/2 D Thickness of Flange 11/16 3/4 13/16 7/8 1 11/8 13/16 11/4 13/8 17/16 15/8 17/8 2 21/8 21/4 E Diameter of Raised Face. limits the use of cast iron pipe. S. to a temperature of 300ºF. Steel Flange Standard DESCRIPTION NOMINAL PIPE SIZE SIZE 1 11/4 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 C Diameter of Flange 41/4 45/8 5 6 7 71/2 81/2 9 10 11 131/2 16 19 21 231/2 D Thickness of Flange 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 13/16 15/16 15/16 1 11/8 13/16 11/4 13/8 17/8 E Diameter of Raised Face 2 21/2 27/8 35/8 41/8 5 51/2 63/16 75/16 81/2 105/8 123/4 15 161/4 181/2 F Diameter of Bolt Circle 31/8 31/2 37/8 43/4 51/2 6 7 71/2 81/2 91/2 113/4 141/4 17 183/4 211/4 Number of Bolts 4 4 4 4 4 4 8 8 8 8 8 12 12 12 16 Diameter of Bolts 1/2 1/2 1/2 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 5/8 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 7/8 1 1 Diameter of Bolt Holes 5/8 5/8 5/8 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 7/8 7/8 1 1 11/8 11/8 1/16" raised face is included in the minimum thickness of 150 lb.98th Street Tomball. Drilling templates are in multiples of four. Class 125 cast iron flanges. with bolt holes straddling the center lines. Bolt holes on steel flanges are spot faced. Flange Dimensions and Drilling Templates Classes 125 lb. U. Cast Iron. 300 lb. with bolt holes straddling the center lines. Texas. Classes 250 lb. Bolt holes on cast iron flanges are not spot faced. Drilling templates are in multiples of four. Cast Iron Flange Standard ANSI 150-lb. steel Bolt holes of 150 lb. R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . Steel D D 1/16 F E F C C ANSI 125-lb. Cast Iron.P. Alberta.P. American Standard ASA B31. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . 150 lb.P. S. S. 42 Engineering Data Temp. steel flanges are not faced.A.P. flanges are not spot faced. S. Class 125 cast iron flanges have plain face. Steel D D 1/16 1/16 E E F F C C ANSI 250-lb. steel flanges. (ºF) vs. above or below ground for oil. oil vapor and refinery gas.

end connections. Locking wrenches. PSI 0 100 200 0 100 200 300 400 500 0 100 200 0 100 200 300 400 500 0 100 200 0 100 200 1/2 3 41/2 6 3 41/2 6 3 41/2 6 8 10 12 3 41/2 6 4 6 8 3/4 3 41/2 6 3 41/2 6 3 41/2 6 8 10 12 3 41/2 6 4 6 8 1 3 41/2 6 3 41/2 6 3 41/2 6 8 10 12 5 8 11 6 91/2 13 11/4 3 41/2 6 6 91/2 13 6 91/2 13 17 21 25 7 13 19 8 16 24 11/2 4 6 8 6 91/2 13 6 91/2 13 17 21 25 8 16 24 8 16 24 2 6 91/2 13 7 13 19 7 13 19 26 33 40 15 30 45 14 30 45 21/2 7 13 19 12 22 32 12 22 32 43 54 65 25 50 75 20 41 62 3 12 22 32 20 41 62 20 41 62 86 110 134 34 72 110 34 72 110 4 20 41 62 40 83 126 40 83 126 174 222 270 66 146 226 70 160 250 5 40 83 126 40 83 126 174 222 270 66 146 226 66 146 226 314 402 105 255 405 105 255 405 6 40 83 126 66 146 226 314 402 490 90 225 360 90 225 360 510 660 820 170 405 640 190 470 750 8 66 146 226 90 225 360 510 660 820 190 470 750 190 470 750 1050 1350 1675 275 825 1375 335 925 1510 10 105 255 405 190 470 750 1050 1350 1675 225 560 895 400 1000 1600 2250 2900 480 1610 2740 570 1610 2650 12 135 330 525 225 560 895 1250 1605 1960 245 610 975 600 1600 2600 3750 4800 750 2650 4550 1150 3400 5650 14 400 1000 1600 2250 2900 3650 660 1770 2880 4060 5240 16 600 1600 2600 3750 4800 1200 3600 6000 8500 11000 Information based on average conditions under specific conditions. If power actuator required. and c.S. and 4. Size (line size) f. d. Alberta. torque shown may vary 2 to 1 either way.) VALVE TYPE FULL PIPE AREA. MULTI- SIZE REGULAR THREADED FULL PIPE AREA PORT VENTURI ROUND PORT INCHES OPENING AND SHORT LONG PATTERN FULL AREA PATTERN LINE PRESSURE. Texas. working pressure. socket “T” wrenches. R&M Energy Systems may supply the valve standard in respect to materials.A. Locking and sealing devices for wrench- 5. Transflo plugs for multi-port valves In addition. 180° Turn stop and port positions for presence of corrosive or abrasive elements will 3-way/2-port valves also aid in filling your order. Canada T6E 5N2 (800) 654-5603 (800) 661-5659 (281) 351-2222 • Fax: (281) 351-6557 (780) 437-6316 • Fax: (780) 435-3074 . etc.98th Street Tomball. 77375 Edmonton. if the order does not specify other wise. How To Order RESUN® Plug Valves All requirements should be stated at the time of purchase with the understanding that. information as to type of installation. Other special requirements. The following information is required: e. U.-Lbs. 43 Engineering Data Torque for Wrench-Operated Valves (Ft. Figure number or double-end chain wrenches for wrench- 3. Steam-Jacketed baseplates 1. High and low head extensions and water-tight gear housing R&M Energy Systems R&M Energy Systems Canada 10906 FM 2920 3703 . temperature. Dial indicator for standard straightway valves b. like: operated valves a. state details wrench adapters (page 30) h. flow medium. Chainwheels for worm gear-operated valves 2. Material of construction (If other than operated valves standard) g.

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CANCELLATIONS infringement of patents for products which are produced to buyer’s 7. 11. performed in the repair operation.B. at any time within such periods.1 All orders are subject to final acceptance by ROBBINS & MYERS ENERGY 8. or to delays to carriers or of subcontractors or in receipt the buyer shall be specifically authorized in writing by R&M ENERGY of materials.4 It is understood that the liability of R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS discount are concerned.5 Prices subject to change without prior notice. 3.S. DESIGN R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS. or to delays occasioned by or arising in connection with SYSTEMS. Point of Origin.1 Orders accepted by R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS are not subject to specifications and buyer shall assume all responsibility for and save cancellation by customer except with the consent of R&M ENERGY seller harmless from any and all damages.1 The seller shall not be liable for any damage or costs for any 7. shall be advisory only. Any additional R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS’ plant and shall be conclusive except as or different terms proposed by customer are not acceptable unless regards latent defects. R&M shipment requested by customer. Seller reserves the right to place a MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS. freight allowance and 10. unless otherwise stated in writing. Governmental acts and regulations. INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS’ control.2 Change orders and/or “add on” supplements are subject to additional F. . ACCEPTANCE 1. Use.3 All orders are subject to any Federal. against loss or damage occasioned by such cancellation. GENERAL 8. 10. 3.1 All shipments are F. fires. of such repairs and applies only to materials furnished and work turing process will be borne by Customer unless otherwise stated in writing.O.3 If.P. at its option.1 Upon request. whether with or therein are subject to change without notice after thirty (30) days from the without charge.2 If additional information or drawing approval is required. The above supersedes all “Terms & Conditions of Sale” prior to 8/98. warranty shall be binding upon R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS in respect 3. place of manufacture or repair or other R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS billings commensurate with the cost and will receive individual designated shipping point. 13. including stress corrosion or any other cause of labor troubles. floods. 6. ment. any warranty applicable thereto shall become null and void. and in respect to repair work for a period of 60 days from completion 3. Such are in U.2 R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS warrants that all products manufactured Every Sales. 44 R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS TERMS & CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. POINT 9.5 This warranty does not cover deterioration by corrosion or aging of to change due to delays resulting from strikes.O. ENERGY SYSTEMS. R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS Point of Origin or other 9. cost.2 Customer’s representatives may inspect at the plant during working SYSTEMS L. WARRANTY right to invoice customer for any and all finished material ready for ship. riots or civil commotion. or work done on said products by other accidents. non-metallic parts. promise of ship- ment will date from receipt of same. 5. 2. war or war failure other than defects in workmanship and materials. 13. 5. expressly agreed to in writing by R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS. and buyer agrees to hold R&M date of quotation unless specifically stated otherwise on the quotation.2 Prices are F.1 THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES. insurance in workmanship and material when these products are used within the charges and other comparable charges to be borne by customer.6 Unless repairs to. PRICES installation and/or field service. shall repair or exchange such item.7 R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS does not warrant the performance of any character as those herein specifically enumerated) beyond R&M ENERGY elastomer subjected to severe service due to temperature and/or SYSTEMS’ reasonable control.1 Acceptance of buyer’s order is expressly conditional upon buyer’s 8. ENGINEERING AND SERVICE 2. differences with workmen. sabotage.1 R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS reserves the right to make changes in design and/or materials without notice. conditions. availability of materials and capacity at the time and are expressly subject 10.B. explosions or 10. service charge on past due accounts at the highest rate permitted by law. or assistance so provided.2 Such information service.O. 4. alterations of. acts of God.1 All quotations are made for prompt acceptance and any terms quoted 9.B. INSPECTION 13. (DBA and hereinafter referred to as R&M ENERGY SYSTEMS).

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