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Cangzhou Hengjia Pipeline Co.,Ltd
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Types

There are five general body styles of ball valves: single body, three-piece body, split body, top entry, and welded. The difference is based on how the pieces of the valve—especially the casing that contains the ball itself—are manufactured and assembled. The valve operation is the same in each case.

 

In addition, there are different styles related to the bore of the ball mechanism itself.

 

Ball valves in sizes up to 2 inch generally come in single piece, two or three piece designs. One piece ball valves are almost always reduced bore, are relatively inexpensive and generally are throw-away. Two piece ball valves are generally slightly reduced (or standard) bore, they can be either throw-away or repairable. The 3 piece design allows for the center part of the valve containing the ball, stem & seats to be easily removed from the pipeline. This facilitates efficient cleaning of deposited sediments, replacement of seats and gland packings, polishing out of small scratches on the ball, all this without removing the pipes from the valve body. The design concept of a three piece valve is for it to be repairable.

 

Full port

A full port or more commonly known full bore ball valve has an over-sized ball so that the hole in the ball is the same size as the pipeline resulting in lower friction loss. Flow is unrestricted but the valve is larger and more expensive so this is only used where free flow is required, for example in pipelines which require pigging.

 

Reduced port or reduced bore

In Reduced port (more commonly known as reduced bore) ball valves, flow through the valve is one pipe size smaller than the valve's pipe size resulting in flow area being smaller than pipe.

 

V port

A V port ball valve has either a 'v' shaped ball or a 'v' shaped seat. This allows for linear and even equal percentage flow characteristics. When the valve is in the closed position and opening is commenced the small end of the 'v' is opened first allowing stable flow control during this stage. This type of design requires a generally more robust construction due to higher velocities of the fluids, which might damage a standard valve. These can be referred to as a type of control valve but are typically not as accurate as a balancing valve, needle valve, globe valve, or pressure regulating valve.

 

Cavity filler

Many industries encounter problem with residues in the ball valve. Where the fluid is meant for human consumption, residues may also be health hazard, and when where the fluid changes from time to time contamination of one fluid with another may occur. Residues arise because in the half open position of the ball valve a gap is created between the ball bore and the body in which fluid can be trapped. To avoid the fluid getting into this cavity, the cavity has to be plugged, which can be done by extending the seats in such a manner that it is always in contact with the ball. This type of ball valve is known as Cavity Filler Ball Valve.

 

There are a few types of ball valves related to the attachment and lateral movement of the ball:

 

Trunnion

A trunnion ball valve has additional mechanical anchoring of the ball at the top and the bottom, suitable for larger and higher pressure valves (say, above 10 cm and 40 bars).

 

A floating ball valve is one where the ball is not held in place by a trunnion. In normal operation, this will cause the ball to float downstream slightly. This causes the seating mechanism to compress under the ball pressing against it. Furthermore, in some types, in the event of some force causing the seat mechanism to dissipate (such as extreme heat from fire outside the valve), the ball will float all the way to metal body which is designed to seal against the ball providing a somewhat failsafe design.

 

Manually operated ball valves can be closed quickly and thus there is a danger of water hammer. Some ball valves are equipped with an actuator that may be pneumatically, hydraulically or motor operated. These valves can be used either for on/off or flow control. A pneumatic flow control valve is also equipped with a positioner which transforms the control signal into actuator position and valve opening accordingly.

 

Multiport

Schematic 3 way ball valve: L-shaped ball right, T-shaped left

Three- and four-way have an L- or T-shaped hole through the middle. The different combinations of flow are shown in the figure. It is easy to see that a T valve can connect any pair of ports, or all three, together, but the 45 degree position which might disconnect all three leaves no margin for error. The L valve can connect the center port to either side port, or disconnect all three, but it cannot connect the side ports together.

Multi-port ball valves with 4 ways, or more, are also commercially available, the inlet way often being orthogonal to the plane of the outlets. For special applications, such as driving air-powered motors from forward to reverse, the operation is performed by rotating a single lever four-way valve. The 4-way ball valve has two L-shaped ports in the ball that do not interconnect, sometimes referred to as an "×" port.

 

Materials of construction

Balls for alloy ball valves

Ball for a titanium ball valve

Body materials may include, but are not limited to, any of these materials:

 

Stainless steel

Brass

Bronze

Chrome

Titanium

And many more

There are many different types of seats and seals that are used in ball valves as well. Each has specific applications they are good for due to the chemical compatibility, pressures, and temperatures. 

DIN Ball Valve

1.Technical Specification

Design:

DIN3357/EN12516

Face to Face:

DIN3202/EN558-1

(DN15-150 F4; DN200 F5)

Flanges:

DIN 2533/EN1092-2

Test:

DIN 3230/EN12266


2.Main Parts and Materials

Material

Part

Material

Part

Material

Body

GG25/GGG40

Nut

Steel

Disc

SS304/316

Handwheel

GGG40

Bonnet

GG25/GGG40

Stem

2Cr13

Packing

PTFE

Seat

PTFE

Gasket

PTFE

Bolt

Steel


3.Dimensions

  Size

PN16

L

D

D1

b

N-φ

Weight/KG

15

115

95

65

14

4-14

20

120

105

75

16

4-14

25

125

115

85

16

4-14

32

130

140

100

18

4-18

40


140

150

110

18

4-18

50

150

165

125

20

4-18

65

170

185

145

20

4-18

80

180

200

160

22

8-18

100


190

220

180

24

8-18

125

325

250

210

26

8-18

150

350

285

240

26

8-18

200

400

340

295

30

12-23

250

450

405

355

32

12-27