Correct installation of the butterfly valve

1, the installation position, height, import and export direction must meet the design requirements, the connection should be firm and compact 0.2), all kinds of manual valves installed on the insulation pipe, the handles must not be downward.
2, the valve must be visually inspected before installation, the nameplate of the valve should comply with the current national standard “General Valve Mark” GB 12220. For valves with a working pressure greater than 1.0 MPa and a shut-off function on the main pipe, the strength and tight performance tests shall be carried out before installation, and shall be used after passing the test. In the strength test, the test pressure is 1.5 times the nominal pressure, the duration is not less than 5 minutes, and the valve casing and the packing should be qualified without leakage. In the rigorous test, the test pressure is 1.1 times of the nominal pressure; the test pressure shall meet the requirements of GB 50243 in the duration of the test, and the leakage of the valve sealing surface shall be qualified.

The wafer type butterfly valve is one of the most common types of valves in industrial pipelines. The structure of the wafer type butterfly valve itself is relatively small. Just put the butterfly valve in the middle of the flanges at the two ends of the pipeline, and use the double stud bolts to pass through the pipeline flanges and pairs. Clip-on butterfly valves lock the fluid medium in the line. Wafer-type butterfly valves are especially suitable for places where space is limited or where the distance between pipes is short. When the butterfly valve is in the fully open position, the thickness of the butterfly plate is the only resistance when the medium flows through the valve body, so the pressure drop generated by the valve is very low. Small, so it has better flow control characteristics.

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