Pneumatic Tank Bottom Angle Valve,Y TYPE FLUSH

Description
FREE-Valve’s Pneumatic Tank Bottom Angle Valves are designed for the convenient and fast discharging the material or samples from the bottom of the reactor,drain or feed vessel .The valve can be welded or installed on the vessel through the flange at the bottom of the valve , tank bottom angle valves are most commonly installed on feeding of vessels or dead space free draining and pipelines.
Features
1.This Range of manual control tank bottom angle valve is manufactured in integrated structure.
2. Structures with disc opening into the tank and disc opening into the valve.
3. Available with 45°,50°,90° degree outlet angle in the body.
4. A rotation-resistant device is set up to ensure that the valve stem only has straight line motions and no rotation.
5.The protection plate makes for the outstanding erosion resistance and corrosion resistance of the valve body.
6.The sealing surface of the valve seat and the valve disc is made of over laying cemented carbide or painted with tungsten carbide. The auxiliary line sealing guarantee the reliability of the sealing performance.
7.Easy to realize the remote control or the local control with solenoid valve.
Technical Parameters
Flange connection ASME B16.5,GB/T9113
Design standard ASME B16.34
Pressure Range Class150~Class300
Size Range DN50~DN 350, NPS2 ~NPS14
Material carbon steel, stainless steel
Connection type Flange
Working Temperature ≤425℃
Operating Type Pneumatic, manual, electric
Sealing surface material Alloy
Pressure test GB/T13927, API598
Applications
FREE-Valve’s Pneumatic Tank Bottom Angle Valves are widely used in the petrochemical industry,alumina industry,steel industry,polymer,mining industry,the pharmaceutical and fine chemicals, and mineral processing industries.
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