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Pneumatic Actuated Butterfly Valve

Pneumatic Actuated Butterfly Valve Manufacturer in USA

SVR Global is the top Pneumatic actuated butterfly valve manufacturer in USA. Our best quality valves are supplied to oil and gas industries, chemical industries and mining industries in Alabama, Texas and California. Pneumatic Actuated Butterfly Valves are widely recognized for their ability to regulate fluid flow, whether it be stopping it altogether or initiating it.
These valves are particularly effective in low-pressure situations, and can handle substantial volumes of liquid, gas, and even fluids that are laden with suspended particles. What makes them so useful is their capacity to convert the power of compressed gas into mechanical motion. Their operational dependability and efficiency are well-known, and they are also incredibly cost-effective in terms of maintenance.

•Pneumatic actuator: The pneumatic actuator is the device that converts air pressure into mechanical motion to open and close the valve.
•Butterfly valve: The butterfly valve is the main component that controls the flow of fluid or gas through the system.
•Valve body: The valve body is the main housing of the valve and contains the butterfly valve and pneumatic actuator.
•Stem: The stem connects the butterfly valve to the pneumatic actuator and transfers motion from the actuator to the valve.
•Disc: The disc is the circular plate that is attached to the stem and rotates to control the flow of fluid or gas through the valve.
•Seats: The seats are the surfaces against which the disc seals, preventing fluid or gas from flowing through the valve.
•Flanges: The flanges are the end connections of the valve body and allow the valve to be bolted to the pipeline.
•Positioner: The positioner is a device that senses the position of the valve and provides feedback to the controller.
•Solenoid valve: The solenoid valve is a device that controls the flow of air to the pneumatic actuator.
•Limit switches: The limit switches are devices that sense the open and closed positions of the valve and provide feedback to the controller.

•Chemical industry
•Oil & gas industry
•Petrochemical industry
•Technical gases industry
•Energy industry
•LNG & LPG industry
•Textile industry
•Petroleum industry

•Chemical processing and manufacturing plants.
•Water treatment plants and wastewater treatment facilities.
•Oil and gas pipelines and processing plants.
•Power generation plants.
•Mining and mineral processing.
•Pulp and paper processing.
•Marine and offshore applications.
•Fire protection systems.
•Compressed air systems.

•Precise and reliable flow control.
•Fast actuation and response times.
•Simple and compact design.
•Cost-effective solution for moderate pressures and temperatures.
•Easy to install and maintain.
•Low maintenance requirements.
•Can be used for both on/off and modulating applications.
•Can be operated remotely.
•Provides high flow rates with low pressure drop.
•Can handle high viscosity fluids.

Body material: Cast iron, Ductile iron, Stainless steel (SS316, SS304, CF8), Carbon steel, carbon steel, WCB, WCC, WC6, LCB, LCC, LF2, WC9, Duplex steel (F51, F53, 5A, 6A).
Class: 150-300. PN10 – PN40.
Size: 2”-72”.
Connection type: Flanged, Lug type, Wafer type.
Disc: CF8M, SS316L, CF8, Cast iron, Carbon steel, Ductile iron.
Operation: pneumatic actuated.
Configuration of a Pneumatic Actuator:
Torque – 3 – 9000 nm
Operating pressure- 8 Bar
Port Connection-NPT1.4”
Mounting Base-ISO5211
Temperature–20°C – +80°C