Ve-Ball a segmented ball valve which features a patented contoured segmented V-notch ball. The V-notch ball produces an equal-percentage flow characteristic allowing for wide rangeability and a broad control range. The segmented ball also provides a non-restrictive flow path through the valve allowing for high capacity flows. The Vee-Ball valve features a variety of seals to allow for excellent shutoff and shearing between the ball and seal upon closure. Options include noise/cavitation reduction trim, high nickel alloy and titanium bodies.
V-Ball control valves give you unlimited control valve options in quarter turn valves. V-ball control valves are a cost-effective option instead of costly linear control valves. V-ball control valves can be ordered with optional metal seats for higher temperature environments. Is a flanged valve for throttling or on-off operation for many different applications in the process industries.
The splined drive shaft of the Vie-Ball combines with a variety of power and manual actuators to provide reliable, high-performance throttling or on-off operation for many different applications.
U-ideal self-operated actuators provide control for a wide variety of pressure regulation applications. Coupled with an easy control valve, these actuators can be either self-operated (using process pressure as a signal), or remote-operated. Typical industrial applications include pressure control of water, steam, oil, gas, and other fluids.
A Gas pressure relief(K type), no need of filter.
B Gas pressure regulator(B type), no need of filter.
C Liquid pressure relief(K type), in need of filter for unclean liquid.
D Liquid pressure regulator(B type), in need of filter for unclean liquid.
E Steam pressure relief(K type), in need of condenser, and filter is recommended.
F Steam pressure regulator(B type), in need of condenser, and filter is recommended.
|Nominal Pressure||PN1.0~10.0MPa ANSI 150~600lb|
|Flow Characteristic||Quick open|
|Leakage||Soft Sealing||ANSI Class VI|
|Pressure Adjusting Range||0.25~4000KPa|