Sanitary clamped butterfly valve
Product Name: Stainless steel butterfly valve
Valve Body Material: SS304/SS316L 1.4404/1.4301,
Seal Material: Silicon / EPDM / FKM / HNBR
Max Working Pressure: 10Bar
Max. Working Temperature: 120 degree C
Availably Size: DN10-DN300, 1/2"-12"
Availably Connection: Clamp / weld / thread/ weld thread/ flange
Availably Standard: 3A/DIN/SMS/RJT/ISO/IDF
Operated: Manual, Pneumatic, Electric
Control: Sensor, C-TOP, C-top controller(AS-I)
Handle application: Two-position handle, three-position handle, four-position pull handle, multi- position plastic handle and multi-position stainless steel handle
Application scope: Dairy, food, beverage, pharmacy, cosmetic, Chemical, etc
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The stem transmits motion from the handle or controlling device to the disc. The stem typically passes through the bonnet when present. In some cases, the stem and the disc can be combined in one piece, or the stem and the handle are combined in one piece.
The motion transmitted by the stem may be a linear force, a rotational torque, or some combination of these (Angle valve using torque reactor pin and Hub Assembly). The valve and stem can be threaded such that the stem can be screwed into or out of the valve by turning it in one direction or the other, thus moving the disc back or forth inside the body.[ambiguous] Packing is often used between the stem and the bonnet to maintain a seal. Some valves have no external control and do not need a stem as in most check valves.
Valves whose disc is between the seat and the stem and where the stem moves in a direction into the valve to shut it are normally-seatedor front seated. Valves whose seat is between the disc and the stem and where the stem moves in a direction out of the valve to shut it are reverse-seated or back seated. These terms don't apply to valves with no stem or valves using rotors.