ASTM A182 F304L Angle Type Globe Valve, 90 Deg, 2 IN, 900 LB

ASTM A182 F304L Angle Type Globe Valve, 90 Deg, 2 IN, 900 LB

Key Specifications / Features

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As a distinguished 90 Degree Angle Globe Valve Manufacturer, we offer a specialized solution featuring a Right T Pattern design for precise fluid control. Crafted with precision, our valve boasts a 2-inch size, DN50 specifications, and is designed to operate seamlessly at Class 900 LB and PN150. Manufactured from high-grade ASTM A182 F304L, our globe valve meets the stringent standards of API 602 and BS 5352, ensuring durability and optimal performance.

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Detail Information

Name: Stainless Steel Globe Valve-Angle Type
Media: Oli, Gas, Water
Size: 2 Inch, DN50
Pressure: Class 900 LB, PN150
Material: ASTM A182 F304L Stainless Steel
Temperature Of Media: -54℃ To 232℃
Feature: 90 Degree Angle Globe Valve, right angle globe valve

Product Range

Normal diameter: 1/4 - 24 Inch (DN8-DN600)
Pressure range: Class 150-2500 LB (PN16-PN420)
Body Material: Carbon steel, Stainless steel, Alloy steel
Standard: API 602, BS 5352, GOST, JIS, DIN, ISO
Power: Manual, Pneumatic, Solenoid, Electrical Actuated
End connection: BW, Flanged
Operation: Handwheel, Gearbox, Electric, Pneumatic
Working temperature: -29℃ - +560℃

ANGLE PATTERN GLOBE VALVES DESIGN is a modification of the basic Tee Pattern Globe valve. The ends of this Globe valve are at an angle of 90 degrees, and fluid flow occurs with a single 90 degrees turn. They have a slightly lower coefficient of discharge than wye-pattern Globe valves. They are applied in periods of pulsating flow because of their capability to handle the slugging effect of this type of flow.

The Angle pattern globe valve is a modified version of the "T" - Pattern Globe valve with an inlet and outlet at right angles. When fitted at a change in piping direction, this valve eliminates a bend and has the advantage of a smaller pressure drop than a conventional "T" pattern globe valve. Angle valves have the same stem, disc and seat ring design features as the globe valve. The fundamental difference between the two is that the fluid flow through the angle valve makes a 90° turn. These valves offer less resistance to flow than a globe valve with an elbow which it would replace. An angle valve reduces the number of joints in a line, in addition to saving installation time. They are also used in applications that have periods of pulsating flow because of their capability to handle the slugging effect of this type of flow.

 

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