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Butterfly valve

There are numerous factors to consider when selecting a butterfly valve. You can select from single or double offset, non-wetted or actuated, and many other options. However, when selecting one, it is best to consult a professional.

Single-offset butterfly valves

The butterfly valve's body has traditionally been designed to fit between two pipe flanges. In a variety of ways, the seat and disc are bonded or interleaved. Metal to metal, polymer to metal, or a rubber-backed cushion can be used for the seat.

China butterfly valve are built to withstand high pressures. They are most commonly used in food, beverage, and dry bulk handling applications. They are also employed in oil and gas drilling. They provide zero leakage shutoff. Because of their lightweight profile and low cost, they are frequently preferred over other valve designs.

When a butterfly valve is fully open, the disc is designed to create little resistance. This results in little turbulence and a low pressure drop.

The butterfly valve is also notable for its zero-leakage shutoff function. Its ability to provide such a sealing mechanism is thought to extend valve life. Butterfly valves, unlike other valve designs, do not need to be pigged. They are instead intended to provide long-term, maintenance-free performance.

A butterfly valve's disc is concentric with the valve body, which aids in sealing. This is accomplished through the use of an interference fit between the seat and the disc. The seat and disc can be separated by up to 85 degrees.

Why choose Alpine Flow Butterfly valve?

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