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SAFETY-SEAL® Butterfly Valves

Butterfly Valve for Avoiding Electrostatic Charges

SAFETY-SEAL® valves are used in applications where corrosive, abrasive, and toxic media need to be handled and electrostatic charges must be avoided at the same time.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS

  • Provides accurate control
  • Offers reduced maintenance
  • Increases operational reliability
  • Long life
  • Reduces maintenance efforts

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions

  • 2” up to 24” / 5.08 cm up to 60.96 cm

Flange Connection

  • ASME B16.5 class 150 lbs (design RF/FF)
  • EN 1092 PN 10/16 (Design A/B) (Available upon request)

Face-to-Face Dimensions

  • ISO 5752 Table 5 short
  • ASME B16.10: 2” to 12” / 5.08 cm to 30.48 cm Table Narrow; 14” to 24” / 35.56 cm to 60.96 cm Table Wide
  • DIN EN 558-1 GR 20
  • MSS-SP 67: 2” to 12” / 5.08 cm to 30.48 cm Table Narrow; 14” to 24” / 35.56 cm to 60.96 cm Table Wide
  • API 609: 2” to 12” / 5.08 cm to 30.48 cm Category A; 14” to 24” / 35.56 cm to 60.96 cm Category B

Body Strength

  • DIN/EN 12516 T2 (DIN 3840)
  • Tested within the scope of the inspection body designate by Module H1

Operating Pressure

  • 2” to 12” / 5.08 cm to 30.48 cm: 232 psi / 16 bar
  • above 12” / 30.48 cm: 145 psi / 10 bar (depending on operating temperature)

Testing

  • EN 12266 P10
  • EN 12266 P11
  • EN 12266 P12 Leak rate A

Bodies

  • Water and Lug design with long neck for insulation

Vacuum

  • Up to 1 mbar abs. (depending on size and temperature)

Temperature Range

  • -40°F / -40°C up to 392°F / 200°C, depending on material

Head Flange

  • EN ISO 5211
  • NF E 29-402

Liner

  • Antistatic PTFE

APPLICATIONS

  • Corrosive
  • Abrasive
  • Toxic
  • Avoid electrostatic charges
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