Design Standard: EN 13709, DIN EN 12516-1
Size Range: DN50 to DN600 (2” to 24”)
Pressure Range: PN 10 to PN160
End Connections: Flanged FF, RF, RTJ, Butt Weld
Flanged End Dimensions: EN 1092-1
Butt Weld End Dimensions: EN 12627
Face to Face Dimensions: EN 558-1
Inspection and Testing: EN 12266-1, ISO 5208
Body Materials: 1.4301, 1.4306, 1.4401, 1.4404, 1.0619, 1.7357, 1.4552, 1.4107
Trim Materials: 1#, 5#,8#,10#,12#,16#
Packing materials: graphite, graphite with inconel wire, PTFE
Operation: Handwheel, bevel gear, bare stem, electrical, pneumatic
NACE MR 0175
Chesterton 1622 low emission stem packing
Low Fugitive Emission as per API 624 or ISO 15848
Bare stem with ISO mounting pad
Our gate valves are designed, produced and test stirctly as per DIN and related standard in our API, ISO certified workshop, our ISO 17025 lab is able to do the testings PT, UT, MT, IGC, chemical analysis, mechanical testings. All the valves are 100% tested before dispatch and warranty for 12 month after installaion. Painting can be custom appointed as per client requests, such as JOTUN, HEMPEL.
Globe valve is a multi-turn and uni-directional valve, valve should be installed as per the flow direction which is indicated on the valve body. DIN standard globe valve has different body appearance from the BS 1873/API 623 globe valves, can’t be judged easily from the phsical valves. Unlike ball and gate valves, The flow pattern through a globe valve involves changes in direction, resulting in greater flow restriction, and a large pressure drop, as media moves through the valve internals, so it’s suggested to be used for pipelines where it is desired to reduce the media pressure when going through a valve.
Shut-off is accomplished by moving the disc against the fluid, rather than across it, this reduces wear and tear on the closure. Other than on-off purpose, globe valves can also be used as throttling flow control, as the disc is a swivel plug shape.
Globe valves are widely used for oil , natural gas, LNG, petrolumn, refining, chemical, mining, water treatment, pulp and paper, power plant, nuclear, etc.