Dorothea Mccray Valves May 08th, 2019 - 14:11:54
Generally speaking, the valve for low-pressure and non-corrosive fluid is made of cast iron or cast copper. The high or middle-pressure is made of cast steel or forged steel. As for the valve used in the high-temperature or high-pressure, it will select the alloyed steel as the main material. Beside, stainless steel, plastics, chlorimet such as titanium alloy or lead alloy are applicable for the main materials of the valve used for the corrosive fluid.
A few more examples from Swagelok's incredibly large catalogue of Valves for every need include Bellows-seated Valves, made with 316L Stainless Steel constructions, with Swagelok tube fitting, weld, and VCR ® and VCO fitting ® ends. Other features include full pressure rating in either flow direction for system versatility, and that the Valves are easily purged to maintain clean operation. Another type of Valve manufactured by Swagelok is the Check Valve which allows fluid to flow in one direction only.
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An innovative manual pinch valve designed to meet the needs of industry, is one developed for the output of finely granulated materials, in particular dry lime mud. This specific material contains a dry matter content level of 65 to 90%. A manual operated sleeve valve is composed of an elasticized inner tube within a pressure chamber and can be used as an outlet from the pressurizing process. The material processing is by use of a control pinch valve and a sluice feed which is used to ensure a pressure lock. The sluice feed provides a designated minimum height of material within the valve. The establishment of a tightly packed line of finely granulated material in the valve provides a significant drop in pressure which acts as a pressure lock.
With the increase of the steam flow rate and pressure, the plug valve can not satisfy the number of steam admission and exhaustion at all. In order to solve the problem, people then invented the slide valve. In 1840, the check valve with threaded stem and the wedge gate valve with threaded stem become the great breakthrough in the valve field. The two valves did not only meet the requirement for pressure and temperature at that time but also initially satisfy the need for flow regulation. Later, because of the rapid development of power industry, oil industry, chemical industry and shipbuilding industry, all kinds of high or middle valves sprang up like mushrooms. What's more, after the Second World War, owning to the invention of new materials such as polymeric material, stainless steel, lubricating material, the old plug valve and butterfly valve gain the new application and the ball valve and diaphragm valve develop quickly.
The original principle of the operation of a valve was ingeniously basic. Operators were able to process the sometimes corrosive and abrasive water, generally caused by flooding, but the use of a "pinching" action that pressed down on a component now known as an elastomer sleeve, restricted the flow of water. This innovation was the foundation for the sophisticated Air operated Pinch Valves of today.