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Pneumatically Actuated Stainless Steel Ball Valves 2-Piece

BV2HG Series Pneumatically Actuated Stainless Steel Ball Valves 2-Piece

BV2HG-PNEU
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Attributes

Maximum Operating Pressure
Valve: 1/4"-2" 1000 PSI WOG at 65°F
Valve: 2 1/2"-3" 800 PSI WOG at 65°F
Actuator: 120 PSI
Size
1/4"-3"
Material
Body, end and balls: CF8M Stainless Steel
Stem: 316 Stainless Steel
Style
Pneumatically Actuated
Seat
RTFE
Seal
PTFE
Temperature Range
Valve: 1/2"-2" -40°F to 350°F (-40°C to 177°C)
Valve: 2 1/2"-3" -40°F to 325°F (-40°C to 163°C)
Actuator: -40°F to 200°F (-40°C to 93°C)

Details

Available Options

A wide variety of options are available: spring return (normally closed) and double acting actuators, switches, solenoids, positioners, etc.

Features

  • Valve has RTFE seats and PTFE seals, a blow-out proof stem, live-loaded stem packing and an ISO5211 mounting pad
  • Rack and Pinion actuator has a hard anodized aluminum body, nickel plated anti-blowout pinion, Nitrile Rubber O-rings and NAMUR mounting.
  • Actuator is tested to one million cycles and it features bi-directional stops for ±5º travel adjustment and visual position indication.
  • 80 PSI plant air is required
  • For spring return actuators must note fail position

Safety Notes

  • Even though there are torque safety factors built into our automated ball valve packages, actual service conditions must also be considered when selecting the proper product for the appropriate application.
  • Severe service conditions such as dirty water, dirty air, all slurries, raw sewage water, oils, and other viscous fluids can have a dramatic affect in raising the torque requirements of ball valves as much as 75% and therefore larger actuators may be required. Please consult Dixon when dealing with these types of applications.

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