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VALVE COMPANY

FLOATING & TRUNNION


BALL VALVES

FAF Valve Company manufacturing facilities established on 10.836 m2 total area

ISO 9001:2000 QUALITY CERTIFICATE

ROSTEHNADZOR CERTIFICATE

Kazan / ANKARA

GOST RUSSIA QUALTY CERTIFICATE

TSE QUALITY CERTIFICATE

CERTIFICATE

TSE QUALITY CERTIFICATE

We manufacture valves...

FAF IN BRIEF
FAF Valve Company is the fastest growing Turkish valve producer located in the capital Ankara. The company
has been founded in 1986, covering an area of 10,836 m2 including factory structural area of 5022 m2. Our
product range covers every area of the water, oil, gas and sewage industries. Our markets are Spain, Italy,
Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Bosnia, Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Iran, Georgia,
Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., Bahrain, Qatar, Bangladesh and Malaysia. In all these markets FAF brand name evokes
reliability, high-level quality, good after sales service and reasonable pricing in peoples mind. We consider
our clients as partners and work as a team. This is one of the most important reasons of our success and the
motive of our continuous improvement.
We have established a quality assurance system based upon ISO9001:2000. We certified our valves with CE
for European market, GOST-R for Russia, Ukr-Sepro for Ukraine, PZH hygiene and Inig oil&gas certificate for
Poland, ADWEA approval for U.A.E. and many other local certificates for countries in which we are working.
We are producing the valves according to both European and American standards. FAF can meet the specifications of API 6D in production of valves which are basically used in pipeline projects. We are fully equipped
with quality control and test machines and human resources who are seriously following the requirements
of the observed certificates. Excellent mechanical processing equipments and modern test devices ensure
the reliability and stability of our product quality. Most importantly, we know that the success greatly depends on human resources and thats why in FAF you will find highly qualified, sophisticated professionals
in your service.
We know the three golden rules of successful business and turned them into our advantage: Competitive
price, fast delivery and high-level of quality. FAF is now exporting its products to 20 countries and adding
new partners continuously. Every year our R&D is adding new range of valves into our product family. We
never stop moving forward. We invite you to experience Quality Through Design.

FLOATING BALL VALVE


PRODUCT FEATURES

Design Features
Design and manufacture according to API6D
Standards in compliance with ASME B16.34
Flange connection: ASME B16.5
Face-to-face dimensions: ASME B16.10
Test and Inspection: API 598 & API 6D

Product Features
Side Entry, Split Body Design
Full Bore/Reduced Bore
Quarter-turn operation and1position locking device
Fire Safe & Anti-Static Design
Blow-out Proof Stem
Operation: Handle, Gear, Pneumatic, Electric Actuator

Application
Suitable for use on pipelines of Class 150 to Class 600; PN16 to PN100
Natural gas, steam, oil products, chemicals, cold and hot water, urban construction

STRUCTURAL FEATURES

Fire-Safe Design
In case of fire, the nonmetal packing or seat (non-fireproof material) will
be burnt, considerable medium leakage may possibly cause fire spread.
Here, the fire protection structure functions to prevent medium from
mass leakage. As shown in the figure, once the seat is burnt, the ball will
directly contact the metal face on valve body, thus to prevent medium
leaking out from the burnt seat. The design of fire protection and

antistatic structure shall conform to the requirements of API607.

Fire Safe Structure

Anti-Static Device
When operating the valve, friction between the ball and the nonmetal seat, like PTFE will produce electrostatic charge that
can be accumulated on the ball. To prevent static spark, an antistatic device is placed on the valve to derive the electric
charge accumulated on the ball from the static channel between the ball and the stem, or between the stem and valve
body.
Blow-out Proof
When medium passes through the valve, the pressure in valve body may
possibly push the stem out , or when the valve is in repair, if there is
pressure in the middle cavity, the stem or medium seems to easily fly out
upon disassembling the valve, which can cause injuries to human beings.
To prevent these possibilities, a dummy club is placed at the lower part
of the stem. In this way, even if there is fire, packing and thrust bearing
are burnt or packing is damaged due to other causes, the pressure of
medium in valve body will make the dummy club of valve stem in close
contact with the upper seal face of valve body, thus to prevent medium
leaking out from the damaged packing position.
Full and Reduced Bore

Blow-out Proof Structure
We have ball valves of full and reduced bore to meet users different
Stem Anti-static Device
needs. Full bore ball valves have the same inside diameter as that of
pipeline, with the lowest fluid resistance for the convenience of cleaning
the pipeline. While reduced-bore ball valves weighs only 70% of the full bore ball valve with the same caliber, a saver cost
and price, and its fluid resistance coefficient is only 1/7 of that of the globe valve with the same caliber, so that reduced
bore valves are widely used abroad.
Valve Locking Device
To prevent mis-operation, fully opened or closed position of valve can
be locked up, especially when valves are not allowed to be opened or
closed by technical process. To prevent mis-operation by other persons,
it seems very important to have valve position locked up. Thereby,
locking hole locating tab is designed if requested by users to meet the
technological requirements of users.

Locking Device

FLOATING BALL VALVE


PARTS AND MATERIALS

Body

Gasket

Bolt

A-216 WCB

A351 CF8, CF8M; CF3, CF3M


PTFE;RPTFE

A193 B7

A193 B8, B8M

Seat

Ball

A105 + HCr/ENP

PTFE;RPTFE
A351 CF8, CF8M; CF3, CF3M

Flange

A-216 WCB

A351 CF8, CF8M; CF3, CF3M

Nut

A 194 2H

A 194 8M

Packing

Spring

10

Stem

11

Washer

A-182 F6A

INCONEL750
A-182 F6A

A-182 F304,316
PTFE

12

Bearing

13

Gland

A-216 WCB

GRAPHITE;PTFE
A351 CF8, CF8M; CF3, CF3M

14

Gland Flange

A-216 WCB

A351 CF8, CF8M

15

Gland Bolt

A-193 B7

A-193 B8, B8M

16

Lock Plate

A-216 WCB

17

Handle

A-216 WCB

18

Segment

St37

DIMENSIONS AND PRODUCT DATA

Dimension Table
ANSI

DN

mm

15

20

25

40

50

65

NPS

L
Class
150

L
Class
300

L
Class
400 - 600

80

100

125

150

200

in

1/2

3/4

RF

108

117

127

165

BW

140

152

165

190

216

241

283

305

381

457

521

59

63

75

95

107

142

152

178

252

272

352

1/2

178

1/2

190

203

229

356

394

457

M0

130

130

160

230

230

400

400

650

1050

1050

1410

RF

140

152

165

190

216

241

283

305

381

403

502

BW

140

152

165

190

216

241

283

305

381

457

521

59

63

75

95

107

142

152

178

252

272

342

M0

130

130

160

230

230

400

400

650

1050

1050

1410

RF

165

190

216

241

292

330

356

406

BW

165

190

216

241

292

330

356

406

59

63

75

95

142

154

184

209

M0

160

160

230

400

400

400

650

650

Torque Values (Nm)


NPS

1/2

3/4

1 1/2

2 1/2

Class 150

11

16

25

50

65

125

250

410

700

Class 300

12

26

38

60

120

160

280

600

950

1550

Class 400

15

30

50

90

140

240

350

540

Class 600

19

35

68

130

190

360

460

770

in

1/2

3/4

1 1/2

2 1/2

Reduced Bore

19

45

125

165

270

350

550

670

765

1890

Full Bore

25

50

100

270

490

950

1160

2200

3800

5100

9300

Cv

FULL BORE TRUNNION MOUNTED BALL VALVE


PRODUCT FEATURES

Design Features
Design and manufacture according to API6D
Standards in compliance with ASME 16.34
Flange connection: ASME B16.5
Face-to-face dimensions: ASME B16.10
Test and Inspection: API 598 & API 6D

Product Features
Full Bore/Reduced Bore
Quarter-turn operation and position locking device
Fire Safe & Anti Static Design
1
Blow-out Proof Stem
Double Block & Bleed
Dual seat with sealant injection
Operation: Handle, Gear, Pneumatic, Electric Actuator

Application
Suitable for use on pipelines of Class 150 to Class 2500; PN16 to PN420
Natural gas, steam, oil products, chemicals, cold and hot water, urban construction

STRUCTURAL FEATURES

First Aid of Seal


The valve is designed with an auxiliary seating emergency system, as
shown in the figure. In case of soft seal damaged, or failure of seal in an
emergency circumstance, emergency seal may be affected by injecting
in sealant through auxiliary sealing system. If needed, emergency seal
assembly can be used to rinse and lubricate the seating area. Plus, valve
stem can also be designed with an auxiliary emergency sealing system.
Fire-Safe Design
Plant fires have become an increasingly serious concern due to the
installation of a greater number of soft seated valves in place of
conventional metal seated valves in many refineries and plants. In case
of fire, the nonmetal packing or seat (non-fireproof material) will be
burnt, considerable medium leakage may possibly cause fire spread.
Here, the fire protection structure functions to prevent medium from
mass leakage. As shown in the figure, once the seat is burnt, the ball will
directly contact the metal face on valve body, thus to prevent medium
leaking out from the burnt seat.

Seating Auxilary Seal

Anti-Static Device
When operating the valve, friction between the ball and the nonmetal seat, like PTFE will produce electrostatic charge that
can be accumulated on the ball. To prevent static spark, an antistatic device is placed on the valve to derive the electric
charge accumulated on the ball from the static channel between the ball and the stem, or between the stem and valve
body.
Blow-out Proof
When medium passes through the valve, the pressure in valve body
may possibly push the stem out , or when the valve is in repair, if there
is pressure in the middle cavity, the stem or medium seems to easily fly
out upon disassembling the valve, which can cause injuries to human
beings. To prevent these possibilities, a dummy club is placed at the
lower part of the stem. In this way, even if there is fire, packing and
thrust bearing are burnt or packing is damaged due to other causes, the
pressure of medium in valve body will make the dummy club of valve
stem in close contact with the upper seal face of valve body, thus to
prevent medium leaking out from the damaged packing position.
Middle Flange Leak-tight structure
The connection between valve body and the left body is sealed by gasket.
To prevent seal leakage resulted from fire, high temperature or vibration
etc, the valve body is designed metal to metal contacted, thus to form up
seal flange to ensure leak tightness.

Blow-out Proof Structure


Stem Anti-Static Device
Middle Flange Leak-tight Structure

FULL BORE TRUNNION MOUNTED BALL VALVE


STRUCTURAL FEATURES

Valve Locking Device


To prevent mis-operation, fully opened or closed position of valve can be locked
up, especially when valves are not allowed to be opened or closed by technical
process. To prevent mis-operation by other persons, it seems very important to
have valve position locked up. Thereby, locking hole locating tab is designed if
requested by users to meet the technological requirements of users.
Double Block and Bleed
Each seat of the valve can separately cut off the medium at both inlet and outlet of
the valve to perform double block functions. When the valve is closed, body cavity
and two of the body ends can be blocked with each other even if both the inlet
and outlet are under pressure, when the medium left in the body cavity might be
bled through the relief valve.
Discharge Device
If requested by users or by the system, discharge valve may be mounted on the
body of ball valve. In case the two ends of valve have been sealed, the pressure
in valve will be released through the discharge valve on the body. Besides the
function of double block and bleed, this discharge device also functions to rinse
and blow-out the deposits inside valve body.

Locking Device

Discharge Device

Actuators
Valves with DN150 and higher diameters should be provided with actuators. Actuators are in three types: Gearbox; Pneumatic
& Electrically operated. Appropriate choice for particular operations shall be advised according to users requirements. The
actuators are also available for DN150 and lower diameter valves.
Self Relieving
Seat is designed in such a way that the differential area A = C - B has greater
force than the spring load. In the reverse pressure direction (pressurized
from the cavity), the single piston effect seat will relieve pressure when the
reverse load overcomes the spring force and pushes the seat away from the
ball. P>P1

Self Relief

Single Piston Effect


As line pressure increases, the seat differential area A = C - B creates a piston effect
forcing the seat against the ball. Piston effect force is greater than body cavity and
reverse pressure (P1> P). Consequently a tight seal comes into effect on the contact
circle.
Single Piston Effect

PARTS AND MATERIALS

A351
CF8, CF8M; CF3,
CF3M

16

Bottom
Cover

A-216 WCB

A351
CF8, CF8M;CF3, CF3M

17

Cover Bolt

A193 B7

A193 B8, B8M

18

Spring

INCONEL750

19

Spring
Retainer

A105 + HCr/ENP

PTFE

20

Gasket

GRAPHITE

A-216 WCB

A351
CF8, CF8M;CF3, CF3M

21

O-ring

Viton

22

Seat
Retainer

23

Seat

24

Ball

A105 + HCr/ENP

A351
CF8, CF8M ;CF3,CF3M

25

Ball Ring

A105 + HCr/ENP

A351
CF8, CF8M; CF3, CF3M

26

O-ring

27

Body Bolt

A193 B7

A193 B8, B8M

Body

A-216 WCB

Gasket

Stem Bearing

A-182 F6A

A-182 F304 316

Key

A-182 F6A

A-182 F304 316

Stem

A-182 F304 316

A-182 F304 316

Gasket

Gland

GRAPHITE;PTFE

A105 + HCr/ENP

A351
CF8, CF8M; CF3,CF3M

Gland Flange

A-216 WCB

A351
CF8, CF8M;CF3, CF3M

Gland Bolt

A-193 B7

A-193 B8, B8M

10

Segment

St37

11

Lock Plate

A-216 WCB

12

Handle

A-216 WCB

13

Relief Valve

14

Gasket

GRAPHITE

28

Flange

A-216 WCB

A351
CF8, CF8M; CF3,CF3M

15

O-Ring

PTFE;RPTFE

29

Nut

A194 2H

A-194 8M

A-216 WCB

A351
CF8, CF8M;CF3, CF3M

PTFE;RPTFE

PTFE;RPTFE

FULL BORE TRUNNION MOUNTED BALL VALVE


DIMENSIONS AND PRODUCT DATA

Class 300

Class 150
L

Weight (Kg)

Weight (Kg)

d
DN

NPS

RF

WE

RJ

RF

WE

DN

NPS

RF

WE

RJ

RF

WE

50

178

216

191

49

12

11

50

216

216

232

49

15

11

65

2 1/2

191

241

203

62

16

15.3

65

2 1/2

241

241

257

62

24

18

80

203

283

216

74

22

21.3

80

283

283

298

74

30

22

100

229

305

241

100

35

34

100

305

305

321

100

55

45

125

356

381

125

58

55.4

125

381

381

125

87

69

150

394

457

406

150

74

72

150

403

403

419

150

118

98

200

457

521

470

201

205

201

200

502

502

517

201

255

225

250

10

533

559

546

252

322

310

250

10

568

568

584

252

370

330

300

12

610

635

622

303

460

447

300

12

648

648

664

303

533

493

350

14

686

762

699

334

576

536

350

14

762

762

778

334

640

600

400

16

762

838

775

385

864

814

400

16

838

838

854

385

1030

930

450

18

864

914

876

436

1280

1210

450

18

914

914

930

436

1542

1402

500

20

914

991

927

487

1600

1500

500

20

991

991

1010

487

2100

1900

600

24

1067

1143

1080

589

3540

3000

600

24

1143

1143

1165

589

3430

2860

650

26

1143

1245

633

3930

3240

650

26

1245

1245

1270

633

4340

3620

700

28

1245

1346

684

4500

3710

700

28

1346

1346

1372

684

4960

4140

750

30

1295

1397

735

5370

4530

750

30

1397

1397

1422

735

5950

4960

800

32

1372

1524

779

5940

4870

800

32

1524

1524

1553

779

6760

5640

850

34

1473

1626

830

6615

5305

850

34

1626

1626

1654

830

8280

6900

900

36

1524

1727

874

7540

6010

900

36

1727

1727

1756

874

9640

8040

1000

40

1753

1956

976

9320

7400

1000

40

1930

1930

976

11730

9680

1050

42

1855

2083

1020

14450

12150

1050

42

2032

2032

1020

16300

13700

1200

48

2134

2388

1166

19200

16000

1200

48

2388

2388

1166

20160

16800

1350

54

1312

1350

54

1312

1400

56

2388

2388

1360

29400

24500

1400

56

2642

2642

1360

30860

25720

1500

60

2540

2540

1458

36000

30000

1500

60

2946

2946

1458

37800

31500

Class 400

Class 600
L

Weight (Kg)

Weight (Kg)

d
DN

NPS

RF

WE

RJ

50

292

292

295

1/2

330

330

80

356

356

100

406

406

125

457

150

495

200

250
300

d
RF

WE

DN

NPS

RF

WE

RJ

RF

WE

49

23

19

50

292

292

295

49

35

29

333

62

35

27

65

1/2

330

330

333

62

38

31

359

74

49

39

80

356

356

359

74

55

45

410

100

91

71

100

432

432

435

100

102

78

457

125

127

87

125

508

508

125

160

120

495

498

150

192

152

150

559

559

562

150

232

182

597

597

600

201

355

285

200

660

660

664

201

390

310

10

673

673

676

252

640

530

250

10

787

787

791

252

710

590

12

462

762

765

303

880

730

300

12

838

939

841

303

960

790

350

14

826

826

829

334

1100

910

350

14

889

889

892

334

1700

1490

400

16

902

902

905

385

1540

1310

400

16

991

991

994

385

1970

1720

450

18

978

978

981

436

1960

1640

450

18

1092

1092

1095

436

2180

1830

500

20

1054

1054

1060

487

2800

2210

500

20

1194

1194

1200

487

3250

2770

600

24

1232

1232

1241

589

3930

3280

600

24

1397

1397

1407

589

4880

4030

650

26

1308

1308

1321

633

4990

4160

650

26

1448

1448

1461

633

5830

4840

700

28

1397

1397

1410

684

5700

4760

700

28

1549

1549

1562

684

6700

5610

750

30

1524

1524

1537

735

6840

5700

750

30

1651

1651

1664

735

7450

6210

800

32

1651

1651

1667

779

7770

6480

800

32

1778

1778

1794

779

8470

7060

850

34

1778

1778

1794

830

9510

7930

850

34

1930

1930

1946

830

10360

8640

900

36

1880

1880

1895

874

11080

9240

900

36

2083

2083

2099

874

12080

10070

1000

40

976

1000

40

2337

2337

976

1520

12850

1050

42

1020

1050

42

2387

2387

1020

18180

15150

1200

48

1166

1200

48

2540

2540

1166

25260

21050

1350

54

1312

1350

54

1312

1400

56

1360

1400

56

2667

2667

1360

38670

32230

1500

60

1458

1500

60

2950

2950

1458

47360

39470

65

Class 900
DN

50

65

80

100

125

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

500

600

650

700

750

800

850

900

1000

1050

1200

1350

1400

NPS

2 1/2

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

26

28

30

32

34

36

40

42

48

54

56

1500
60

RF

368

419

381

457

610

737

838

965

1029

1130

1219

1321

1549

1651

1753

1880

2032

2159

2286

2410

2515

2620

2820

2930

WE

368

419

381

457

610

737

838

965

1029

1130

1219

1321

1549

1651

1753

1880

2032

2159

2286

2410

2515

2620

2820

2930

RJ

371

422

384

460

613

740

841

968

1038

1140

1232

1334

1568

1674

1775

1902

2054

2188

2315

2438

2540

49

62

74

100

150

201

252

303

322

373

423

471

570

617

665

712

760

808

855

959

1003

1155

1337

1438

RJ

50

75

92

146

339

640

960

1330

1640

2240

2770

3740

5560

7070

8070

9680

11000

13470

15700

20040

23620

32830

44086

55210

WE

40

60

70

109

264

540

800

1110

1370

1910

2310

3120

4640

5880

6730

8070

9170

11230

13090

16700

19690

27360

28981

46308

10

FULL BORE TRUNNION MOUNTED BALL VALVE


DIMENSIONS AND PRODUCT DATA

Class 1500
L

Weight (Kg)

DN

NPS

RF

WE

RJ

50

368

368

371

49

50

RJ

WE
40

65

2 1/2

419

419

422

62

75

60

80

470

470

473

74

117

82

100

546

546

549

100

216

150

150

705

705

711

144

532

414

200

832

832

841

192

870

677

250

10

991

991

1000

239

1467

1132

300

12

1130

1130

1146

287

2270

1777

350

14

1257

1257

1276

315

3240

2589

400

16

1384

1384

1407

360

4645

3782

450

18

1537

1537

1559

371

6035

4812

500

20

1664

1664

1686

416

8077

6555

600

24

1943

1943

1972

498

12357

9900

650

26

2048

2048

2077

540

14179

11409

700

28

2148

2148

2176

584

16314

12422

750

30

2251

2251

2281

625

19466

14586

800

32

2346

2346

2380

670

25728

19993

850

34

2450

2450

2454

720

31416

24766

900

36

2556

2556

2590

762

38328

30478

The torque ratings listed below are for the reference to


choose a drive device. The properties of medium, trims and
valve open frequency shall be considered as extra factors. For
instance, valves with corrosion-resistant trims to deal with
clean and lubricating mediums, their torque may be lowered
by 20%. However, to deal with stringent mediums like slurry,
granular medium and oxygen, the torque may be increased by
50%. The operating torque of drawing-down valves is subject
to the corresponding diameter to their neckings.

Torque Values (Nm)


Diameter

Class 2500
L
DN

NPS

RF

WE

RJ

50

451

451

454

65

2 1/2

508

508

80

578

100

150

200
250

Weight (Kg)
RJ

WE

42

93

70

540

52

152

578

584

62

215

162

673

673

683

87

385

322

914

914

927

131

830

755

1022

1022

1038

179

1435

1105

10

1270

1270

1292

223

2220

1720

ANSI Class

DN

in

150

300

600

900

1500

2500

50

57

99

168

228

390

589

80

122

212

360

512

831

1577

100

192

335

572

946

1524

1965

150

544

912

1784

2934

5501

200

274

1250

2177

4116

7215

11786

250

10

832

1736

3093

5910

11128

13222

300

12

1105

2388

4282

10137

16103

20075

350

14

1502

3224

7458

14141

24518

400

16

1946

5139

9310

18866

29630

450

18

3164

6194

14639

22400

34392

500

20

3793

7826

20011

28544

40918

550

22

4769

9454

24785

42427

600

24

5695

12958

31226

43276

65351

650

26

7529

14394

35184

47580

700

28

8693

15620

38987

52486

750

30

9832

18703

41832

56210

800

32

11172

21030

45199

60849

850

34

12494

31558

48401

65244

900

36

21148

34170

52262

70355

40

22987

39115

60197

300

12

1422

1422

1445

265

3050

2370

1000

350

14

1540

1540

1569

241

3350

2610

12050

42

26059

42414

65496

48

28149

71868

118938

400

16

1567

1567

1596

276

5375

4397

1200

450

18

1825

1825

1854

311

5800

4870

1350

54

42776

91238

144342

56

70276

108550

169230

60

85654

122820

216270

500

20

1875

1875

1904

343

8612

7035

1400

600

24

2257

2257

2286

413

12747

10875

1500

11

The table below is the flow coefficient of fixed ball valve. Cv stands for the American gallons flowing through the valve per
minute under 1 pound / inch 2 (0.006894757MPa) pressure drop + 60F (+16C) water

Cv
2

50

80

100

150

200

150

500

1350

2500

5300

10500

300

500

1350

2500

5300

10500

600

500

1350

2500

5300

10500

900

500

1350

2500

5300

10800

1500

330

1350

2500

4167

8013

2500

301

743

1460

2603

5370

10

12

14

16

18

ANSI Class

250

300

350

400

450

150

17500

26300

31850

43300

57300

300

17500

26300

30050

41700

55370

600

17500

26300

28400

38150

50950

900

17500

26300

26803

36705

48703

1500

13309

17073

24276

33215

43402

2500

8631

12503

20

22

24

26

30

500

550

600

550

750

150

74500

89700

112300

128300

179300

300

72300

85350

109150

123050

171200

600

65600

77600

98150

114050

158900

900

62504

86252

102940

140093

1500

55931

32

34

36

40

42

800

850

900

1000

1050

150

199750

225000

258300

323000

343000

300

187700

214900

243500

309000

340000

600

175000

196500

226300

28500

309000

900

159420

181137

226033

48

54

56

60

1200

1350

1400

1500

150

480500

300

460300

600

438500

900

12