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Technical Data Table of Contents Standards in the Valve Industry T - 2 Abbreviations &

Technical Data

Table of Contents

Standards in the Valve Industry

T - 2

Abbreviations & Terms used in the Valve Industry

T - 3

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

T - 4 - T - 9

Bolting Material ASTM Specifications

T - 10

Other Valve Shell Materials

T - 11

Alloys listed by Trademark

T - 12 - T - 15

Pressure Rating Method

T - 16

Cast equivalent wrought grades

T - 16

ASME Pressure- Temperature Ratings

T - 17 - T - 25

Flange Dimensions - Raised Face

T - 26 - T - 27

Ring Joint Flange Dimensions

T - 28

Flange Male-Female & Tonge. - Groove Facing Dimensios

T - 29

Butt Weld End Dimensios

T - 30

Hub and Clamp Ends

T - 31

Threaded End Dimensions

T - 32

Socket Weld End Dimensions

T - 32

Actuator sizing calculation for screw valves

T - 33

Bevel Gear Actuators

T - 34

Fluid Power Actuators

T - 35

Electric Motor Actuators

T - 36

NEMA Area Classification

T - 37

Chain Wheels

T - 38

Floor Stands

T - 38

Stem Extensions

T - 38

Equalizing Devices

T - 39

Impactor Handwheel

T - 39

By - Passes

T - 40

Drain & Bleed Connections

T - 41

Flow Formulation Using Cv Factors

T - 42

Flow Coefficients

T - 43 - T - 47

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Technical Data STANDARDS IN THE VALVE INDUSTRY

Technical Data

STANDARDS IN THE VALVE INDUSTRY

Material standards are developed by organizations as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the American Iron & Steel Institute (AISI), the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) and the American Society for Metals (ASM). Some materials are approved by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for their use in Boilers and Pressure Vesels.

The American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI) serves as the national coordinator for the majority of code and product standards related to the Valve and Fittings Industry.

Product standards are also developed and issued by individual user and/or manufacturing agencies such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), American Petroleum Institute (API) and the Manufactur- ers’ Standardization Society (MSS).

Procedural and safety standards are issued by ANSI, MSS and ASME.

Following is a partial list of codes and standards that have a direct bearing on the design and production of valves & fittings. The codes and stan- dards are interrelated as the following descriptions project:

ASME Boiler & Vessel Code Section I – Power Boilers Section ll – Material Specifications Section lll – Nuclear Power Plant Components Section V – Nondestructive Examination Section Vlll – Pressure Vessels Section IX – Welding and Brazing Qualifications

The above Codes (Sections I, lll & Vlll) cover construction requirements for Boilers, Pressure Vessels, and Nuclear Components that require Authorized Inspection Agency involvement. Section I and Vlll Codes relate to the boiler and pressure vessel proper and not to external piping. Section lll Code includes rules for nuclear components including piping. Section II, V and IX Codes cover material, nondestructive examination and welding requirements, respectively, for ASME construction.

ASME Codes for Pressure Piping ASME B31.1 – Power Piping ASME B31.3 – Process Piping ASME B31.4 – Liquid Transportation Systems for Hydrocarbons, Liquid Petroleum, Gas, Anhydrous Ammonia and Alcohols. ASME B31.5-92 – Refrigeration Piping

ASME B31.8-95 – Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Systems ASME B31.9 – Building Services Piping Systems ASME B31.11 – Slurry Transportation Piping Systems

The above are piping construction codes that include requirements for design, materials, fabrication, examina- tion, testing, inspection and components.

Valve Standards ASME B16.34 – Valves - Flanged, Threaded and Welding Ends API-600 – Steel Gate Valves, Flanged, and Buttwelding Ends API-602 – Compact Steel Gate Valves API-603 - Corrosion Resistant Gate Valves MSS-SP-99 – Instrument Valves MSS-SP-118 – Compact Steel Globe and Check Valves

Flanges, Fittings and Unions ASME B16.5 – Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings ASME B16.47- Large diameter Pipe Flanges ASME B16.11 – Forged Steel Fittings, Socket Weld and Threaded

Valve, Fitting, Flange and Union Details ASME B1.20.1 – Pipe Threads, General Purpose ASME B16.10 – Face-to-Face and End-to-End Dimensions of Ferrous Valves ASME B16.20 – Ring Joint Gaskets and Grooves for Steel Pipe Flanges ASME B16.25 – Buttwelding Ends MSS-SP-6 – Standard Finishes for Contact Faces of Pipe Flanges and Connecting End Flanges of Valves MSS-SP-25 – Standard Marking System for Valves, Fittings, Flanges andUnions MSS-SP-45 – Bypass and Drain Connection Standard

The above standards are detailed dimensional, marking, finish and bypass valve and fittings instructions for use in the manufacture of valves, flanges and fittings. The product standards normally refer to these standards for detailed instructions.

Inspection and Testing MSS-SP-61 – Pressure Testing of Valves API-598 – Valve Inspection and Test

NACE Standard MR-01-75 – Sulfide Stress Cracking Resistant Metallic Material for Oil Field Equipment

Chlorine Institute PAMPHLET #6 – Piping Systems For Dry Chlorine This publication is intended to provide useful informa- tion concerning the construction of chlorine piping systems including valves.

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Technical Data

Technical Data

Technical Data

AARH – Arithmetic Average Roughness Height

OD – Outside Diameter

 

AISI

– American Iron and Steel Institute

One-Piece Stem – An inseparable Stem and Disc

API

– American Petroleum Institute

made from one piece of metal.

ANSI – American National Standards Institute ASME – American Society of Mechanical Engi- neers

ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materi- als AWS – American Welding Society BB – Bolted Bonnet BHN – Brinell Hardness Number

OS&Y – Outside Screw and Yoke OWG – Oil, Water & Gas (See CWP) PN – Pressure Nominal (Metric) Psi – Pounds per square inch Psia – Pounds per square inch absolute Psig – Pounds per square inch gage P-T – Pressure-Temperature

Btu

– British Thermal Unit

Rc – Rockwell “C” RF – Raised Face

BWE – Butt Weld Ends

RH – Right Hand

C

or Cel – Celsius degrees

RMS – Root Mean Square Roughness Height

Cl

– Cast Iron

RS – Rising Stem

Cl

– Chlorine Institute

RTJ – Ring-Type Joint

CR 13 – 13% Chromium Stainless Steel CRES – Corrosion Resistant Steel

S – Steam

SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers

C

v – The number of U.S. gallons per minute of

SC – Swing Check Valve

SCFM – Standard Cubic Feet per Minute

water at 70°F which will flow through a valve at a pressure drop of one psi.

CWP – Cold Working Pressure

Sch. or Sched. – Schedule (Pipe Wall Thickness)

Screw Bonnet – Body and Bonnet Threaded

DN – Diameter Nominal (Metric)

Together SE – Screwed Ends

ELL

– Elbow

Seal Weld – Threaded Joint Back Welded for Seal

FAS

– Free Alongside Steamer

SS – Stainless Steel

F

or Fahr – Fahrenheit degrees

Stem Nut – Operating Nut

F

& D – Faced and Drilled

Stuffing Box – Packing Chamber

FF – Flat Face

STD – Standard Wall Thickness

FHF

– Full Hard Faced

Stop Check – A Check valve in which the closure

FLG – Flanged FOB – Free on Board

member can be mechanically closed. SWE – Socket Weld End

FTTG – Fitting

SWP – Steam Working Pressure

G – Gas

T – Tee Valve

gpm – Gallon per Minute HF – Hard Faced

HW – Handwheel

ID – Inside Diameter

INT – Integral

ISRS – Inside Screw Rising Stem

ISNRS – Inside Screw Non. Rising Stem Kg – Kilograms km – Kilometers LH – Left Hand MAV – Motor Actuated Valve

mm – Millimeter

MOV – See MAV

MSS – Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve & Fitting Industry NACE – National Association of Corrosion Engi- neers (Formerly NACE International) NPS – Nominal Pipe Size

NPT – National Standard Pipe Thread Taper

NRS – Non Rising Stem

Thd. – Threaded TIR – Total Indicator Reading UB – Union Bonnet W – Water Wedge – Gate WOG – Water, Oil and Gas (See CWP) WSP – Working Steam Pressure WWP – Working Water Pressure

XS – Extra Strong Wall Thickness XXS – Double Extra Strong Wall Thickness

Y – Wye Valve

Yoke Bushing – Operating Stem Nut Yoke Nut – Stem Nut

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Technical Data

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

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CCarbon Steel

 

-20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -50°F to 800°F -20°F to 700°F

     

A675

70 (1)

 

Carbon Steel

C-Si

A105

(2)

A216

WCB (2)

A515

70 (2)

A105

(2)

A672

B70 (2)

1.1

Carbon Steel Cold Temp. Service Fusion welded Steel

     

A696

C (2)

 

C-Mn-Si

A350

LF2 (2)

A516

70 (2)

A350

LF2 (2)

A672

C70 (2)

 

A537

Cl. 1

   
 

Carbon Steel Carbon Steel

C-Si

-20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -50°F to 650°F -100°F to 650°F -150°F to 650°F

       

A106

C

C-Mn-Si

A216

WCC (2)

 

1.2

Cold Temp. Service Low Temp. Service Low Temp. Service

A352

LCC

21/2Ni

A352

LC2

A203

B

31/2Ni

A 350

LF3

A352

LC3

AE203

A350

LF3

 

CCarbon Steel

 

-20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -50°F to 650°F -100°F to 800°F -150°F to 800°F

     

A675

65 (1)

 

Low Carbon Steel

C-Mn-Si

A516

65

 

A672

C 65

1.3

Cold Temp. Service Low Temp. Service Low Temp. Service

C-Si

A352

LCB

A515

65

A672

B 65

21/2Ni

 

A203

A

 

31/2Ni

A203

D

 

CCarbon Steel

 

-20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -20°F to 800°F -20°F to 1000°F

     

A675

60 (1)(2)(4)

 

Low Carbon Steel

C-Si

A515

60(2)(4)

 

A106

B (2) B 60 (2) C 60 (2)

1.4

 

A672

C-Mn-Si

A350

LF1 (2)

A516

60 (2)(4)

A350

LF1 (2)

A672

   

A696

B

 
 

High Temp. -1/2 Moly St.

C-1/2Mo

-20°F to 875°F -20°F to 875°F -75°F to 650°F

A182

F1 (3)

A217

WC1 (3)

A204

A (3)

A182

F1 (3)

A691

CM-70 (3)

1.5

   

A204

B (3)

   

Cold Temp. -1/2 Moly St.

A352

LC1

 
 

Carbon - 1/2 Moly St.

C-1/2Mo

-20°F to 875°F -20°F to 875°F -20°F to 875°F -20°F to 1000°F -20°F to 1100°F

       

A335

P1 (3)

A369

FP1 (3)

1.6

1/2Chrome-1/2Moly St.

1/2Cr-1/2Mo

A387

2 Cl.1 (3b) 2 Cl. 2 12 Cl. 1 (5)

A691

1/2Cr (3b)

A387

 

1Chrome-1/2Moly St.

1Cr-1/2Mo

A387

 

Carbon - 1/2 Moly St 1/2Chrome - 1/2 Moly St. 1/2Cr- 1/2 Mo-1Ni St. 3/4Cr - 1Mo-3/4Ni St.

C-1/2Mo

-20°F to 875°F -20°F to 1000°F -20°F to 1000°F -20°F to 1050°F

   

A204

C (3)

 

A691

CM-75

1/2Cr-1/2Mo

A182

F2

 

A182

F2

 

1.7

Ni-1/2Cr-1/2Mo

 

A217

WC4

 

3/4Ni-Mo-3/4Cr

A217

WC5

(1) Leaded grades Shall not be used.

(2) Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 800°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1000°F for short periods of time. (3) Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 875°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1000°F for short periods of time. (3b)Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 875°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1200°F for short periods of time.

(4) Not to be used over 850°F (5)Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 1100°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1200°F for short periods of time.

For services above 850°F only killed steels with not less than 0.10% residual silicon be used.

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Technical Data

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

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Designation

 

1Chrome-1/2Moly St.

1Cr-1/2Mo

-20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F

   

A387

12 Cl.2 (4)

 

A691

1CR (4)

 

A335

P12 (4)

A369

FP12 (4)

11/4Chrome-1/2Moly St.

11/4Cr-1/2Mo-Si

A387

11 Cl.1(4)

A691

11/4CR (4)

1.8

 

A335

P11 (4)

A369

FP11 (4)

21/4Chrome- 1Moly St.

21/4Cr-1Mo

A387

22 Cl.1(4)

A691

21/4CR (4)

 

A335

P22 (4)

A335

FP22 (4)

 

1Chrome-1/2Moly St.

1Cr-1/2Mo

-20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F

A182

F12 Cl.2 (4) F11 Cl.2 (4)

   

A182

F12 Cl.2 (4) F11 Cl.2 (4) B11 (4)

 

1.9

11/4Chrome-1/2Moly St. 11/4Chrome-1/2Moly St.

11/4Cr-1/2Mo-Si

A182

A387

11 Cl.2 (4)

A182

11/4Cr-1/2Mo

 

A217

WC6

 

A739

 

21/4Chrome- 1Moly St.

21/4Cr-1Mo

-20°F to 1100°F -20°F to 1100°F

A182

F22 Cl.3 (4)

A217

WC9

A387

22 Cl.2 (4)

A182

F22 Cl.3 (4) B22 (4)

 

1.10

     

A739

 

3Chrome- 1Moly St. Manganese-1/2Moly St.

3Cr-1Mo

-20°F to 1000°F -20°F to 875°F -20°F to 875°F -20°F to 875°F -20°F to 700°F

A182

F21 (5)

 

A387

21 Cl.2 (5)

A182

F21 (5)

 

Mn-1/2Mo

 

A302

A &

B (2)

 

1.11

Mn-Si-1/2Mo-1/2Ni St. Mn-1/2Mo-3/4Ni St. Carbon - Manganese St.

Mn-s1/2Mo-1/2Ni

A302

C (2)

Mn-1/2Mo-3/4Ni

A302

D (2)

C-Mn-Si

A537

CL2

 

5Chrome -1/2Moly St.

5Cr-1/2Mo

-20°F to 1200°F -20°F to 1200°F -20°F to 1200°F -20°F to 1200°F

   

A387

5 Cl.1 5 Cl. 2

 

A691

5CR

A387

A335

P5

1.12

 

A369

FP5

5Cr-1/2Mo-Si

A335

P5b

 

5Chrome -1/2Moly St.

5Cr-1/2Mo

-20°F to 1200°F -20°F to 1200°F

A182

F5a

A217

C5

 

A182

F5a

 

1.13

A182

F5

 

A182

F5

1.14

9 Chrome -1 Moly St.

9Cr-1Mo

-20°F to 1200°F

A182

F9

A217

C12

 

A182

F9

 

N/A (1)

9Cr-1Mo-V-N

9Cr-1Mo-V-N

-20°F to 1200°F

A182

F91

A217

C12A

 

A182

F91

A335

P91

(1) This material is not yet published in ASME B16.34-1996 (See the Pressure -Temperature Ratings on this Technical Data). (2) Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 875°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1010°F for short periods of time. (4) Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 1100°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1200°F for short periods of time. (5)Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged use above 1000°F. Max. Temp. Service of 1200°F for short periods of time.

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Technical Data

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

T- 6 Technical Data Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications When material permits the usage above 1000°F.

When material permits the usage above 1000°F. The flanged valves are limited to 1000°F.

 
     

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Type 304 Standard

18Cr - 8Ni

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

A182

F304

A351

CF8

A240

304

A182

F304

A312

TP304

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

     

A479

304

A358

304

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

 

A376

TP304

2.1

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

A430

FP304

304 High Temp. Service

18Cr - 8Ni

-20 to 1500°F

A182

F304H

A351

CF10

A240

304H

A182

F304H

A312

TP304H

-20 to 1500°F

     

A479

304H

A376

TP304H

-20 to 1500°F

 

A430

FP304H

 

Type 316 Standard

16Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo

-425(7) to 1000°F(2)

A182

F316

 

A240

316

A182

F316

A312

TP316

-425(7) to 1000°F(2)

   

A479

316

A358

316

-425(7) to 1000°F(2)

 

A376

TP316

-425(7) to 1000°F(2)

A430

FP316

18Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo

-425(7) to 1000°F(2)

A351

CF8M

 

2.2

316 High Temp.

Service

16Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo

-20 to 1500°F

A182

F316H

 

A240

316H

A182

F316H

A312

TP316H

-20 to 1500°F

   

A479

316H

A376

TP316H

-20 to 1500°F

 

A430

FP316H

18Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo

-20 to 1500°F

A351

CF10M

 

Type 317

18Cr - 13Ni - 3Mo

-20 to 1000°F

A182

F317

 

A240

317

A182

F317

A312

TP317

19Cr - 10Ni - 3Mo

-20 to 1000°F

 

A351

CG8M

     
 

304L (low carbon

18Cr - 8Ni

-425(6) to 800°F

A182

F304L

A351

CF3 (3)

A240

304L

A182

F304L

A312

TP304L

stainless Steels)

-425(6) to 800°F

     

A479

304L

 

2.3

316L (low carbon

16Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo

-425(7) to 850°F

A182

F316L

 

A240

316L

A182

F316L

A312

TP316L

stainless Steels)

-425(7) to 850°F

   

A479

316L

 

18Cr - 12Ni - 2Mo

-425(7) to 850°F

A351

CF3M (4)

 
 

Type 321 Standard

18Cr - 10Ni - Ti

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

A182

F321

 

A240

321

A182

F321

A312

TP321

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

   

A479

321

A358

321

2.4

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

 

A376

TP321

-425(6) to 1000°F(2)

A430

FP321

(2) At temperatures over 1000°F , use only when the carbon content is 0.04% or higher. Max. temperature service 1500°F (3) This material is classified in group 2.1 in ASME B16.34-1966, The ratings are higher than 304L but the temperature limits are the same. (4) This material is classified in group 2.1 in ASME B16.34-1966, The ratings are higher than 316L but the temperature limits are the same. (6) For Cryogenic application (7) For Cryogenic application. 316 & 316L shall meet requirements of low-temp in ASME B31.3, Paragraph 323.2 for LH2 Service.

T - 7

Technical Data

When material permits the usage above 1000°F. The flanged

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

valves are limited to 1000°F.

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321

High Temp. Service

18Cr - 10Ni - Ti

-20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F

A182

F321H

 

A240

321H

A182

F321H

A312

TP321H

2.4

     

A479

321H

A376

TP321H

 

A430

FP321H

 

Type 347 Standard

18Cr - 10Ni - Cb

-425(6) to 1000°F(7) -425(6) to 1000°F(7) -425(6) to 1000°F(7) -425(6) to 1000°F(7)

A182

F347

A351

CF8C

A240

347

A182

F347

A312

TP347

     

A479

347

A358

TP347

 

A376

TP347

A430

FP347

347

High Temp. Service

18Cr - 10Ni - Cb

-20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F

A182

F347H

A351

CF8C (1)

A240

347H

A182

F347H

A312

TP347H

2.5

       

A479

347H

A376

TP347H

 

A430

FP347H

Type 348 Standard

18Cr - 10Ni - Cb

-20 to 1000°F -20 to 1000°F

A182

F348

 

A240

348

A182

F348

A376

TP348

   

A479

348

A312

TP348

348

High Temp. Service

18Cr - 10Ni - Cb

-20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F

A182

F348H

 

A240

348H

A182

F348H

A376

TP348H

     

A479

348H

A312

TP348H

 

309

(Heat resistant

25Cr - 12Ni

-20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F -20 to 1500°F

 

A351

CH8 (1)

     

2.6

Stailess Steels)

A351

CH20 (1)

23Cr - 12Ni

 

A240

309S(1)(4)(5)

A312

TP309H

A182

F309H

A240

309H

A182

F309H

A358

309H

 

310

(Heat resistant

25Cr - 20Ni

-450(6) to 1500°F -450(6) to 1500°F -450(6) to 1500°F

A182

F310H

A351

CK20 (1)

A240

310S(1)(4)(5)

A182

F310H

A312

TP310H

2.7

Stailess Steels)

   

A240

310H

A479

310H

 
 

A479

310S

A358

310H

 

254

SMO (8)

20Cr - 18Ni - 6Mo

-20 to 750°F -20 to 750°F

A182

F44

A351

CK3MCuN

A240

S31254

A182

F44

A312

S31254

UNS

S31254

     

A479

S31254

A358

S31254

Duplex S31803

22Cr - 5Ni - 3Mo - N

-20 to 600°F -20 to 600°F

A182

F51

A995

4A (2)

A240

S31803

A182

F51

A789

S31803

2.8

     

A479

S31803

A790

S31803

Super-Duplex S32750

25Cr - 7Ni - 4Mo - N

-20 to 600°F -20 to 600°F -20 to 600°F

A182

F53

A995

6A (2)

A240

S32750

A479

S32750

A789

S32750

       

A790

S32750

25Cr-7.5Ni-4Mo-N-Cu-W

A351

CD3MWCuN (2)

 

(1) With Carbon content between 0.04 and 0.08. (2) The casting grades are not published in ASME B16.34 - 1966. The references are mentioned for convenience. (3) At temperatures over 1000°F, use only if the material is heat treated by heating to a minimum temperature of 2000°F. (4) At temperatures over 1050°F, only when grain size is not finer then ASTM 6. (5) For temperatures above 1000°F, use only if the material is solution heat treated at temperature specified, but not lower than 1900°F and quenched in water or rapidly cooling. (6) For Cryogenic application (7) At temperatures over 1000°F , use only if the carbon content is 0.04% or higher. Max temperature service 1500°F (8) This alloy is a proprietary trademark of Avesta Sheffield.

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Technical Data

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

When material permits the usage above 1000°F. The flanged valves are limited to 1000°F.

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Alloy 20

35Ni-35Fe-20Cr-Cb

-20 to 800°F -20 to 800°F -20 to 300°F -20 to 300°F (9)

B462

N08020

 

B463

N08020

B473

N08020

B464

N08020

3.1

     

B468

N08020

Obsolete Cast Alloy 20 New Cast Alloy 20 (8)

28Ni-19Cr-Cu-Mo

A351

CN7M

 

28Ni-19Cr-Cu-Mo

A990

CN3MCu

3.2

Nickel

99Ni

-423(5) to 600°F -423(5) to 600°F -423(5) to 600°F

B160

N02200

 

B162

N02200

B160

N02200

B161

N02200

     

B163

N02200

95Ni

A494

CZ100 (1)

 

3.3

Nickel low C

99Ni-Low C

-423(5) to 1200°F

B160

N02201

 

B162

N02201

B160

N02200

 
   

67Ni-30Cu

-423(5) to 900°F -423(5) to 900°F -20 to 900°F

B564

N04400

A494

M35-1(1)

B127

N04400

B164

N04400

B165

N04400

3.4

Monel 400

 

A494

M30C (1)

   

B163

N04400

67Ni-30Cu-S

B564

N04405

 

B164

N04405

 
   

72Ni-15Cr-8Fe

-430(5) to 1200°F -430(5) to 1200°F

B564

N06600

A494

CY40 (1)

B168

N06600

B166

N06600

B167

N06600

3.5

Inconel 600

       

B163

N06600

3.6

Incoloy 800

33Ni-42Fe-21Cr

-20 to 1500°F

B564

N08800

 

B409

N08800

B408

N08800

B163

N08800

3.7

Hastelloy B-2

65Ni-28Mo-2Fe

-425(5) to 800°F

B335

N10665

A494

N7M (1)

B333

N10665

B335

N10665

B622

N10665

 

Hastelloy C276 Chlorimet 3 (6)

54Ni-16Mo-15Cr

-425(5) to 1250°F -425(5) to 1250°F -425(5) to 1250°F -430(5) to 1250°F -430(5) to 1250°F

B574

N10276

 

B575

N10276

B574

N10276

B622

N10276

56Ni-19Mo-18Cr-2Fe

 

A494

CW-6M(3)

     

3.8

Cast Hastelloy C-276 (7) Hastelloy C-22 (2) Cast Hastelloy C-22

56Ni-16Mo-16Cr-2Fe

A494 or A990

CW-2M (1)

55Ni-21Cr-13.5Mo

B574

N06022

 

B575

N06022

B574

N06022

B622

N06022

59Ni-22Cr-14Mo-4Fe-3W

 

A494

CX2MW (4)

     

(1) The casting grade is not published in ASME B16.34-1966, the reference is mentioned for convenience. (2) This material is not yet published in ASME B16.34, because is new material. (3) The casting grade is not published in ASME B16.34 - 1966. Material considered as A494-CW6M (S Number) in ASME PVC. (4) The casting grade is not published in ASME B16.34 - 1966. Material considered as SA494-CX2MW (P Number) in ASME PVC. (5) For Cryogenic application (6) This is a Trademark of Flowserve (Durco 6W6M , UNS N30107) (7) This Alloy is considered the cast equivalent to Hastelloy C-276 and is aweldable alloy with NiCrMo-7 or NiCrMo-10 Filler Material. (8) This alloy is specially controlled to obtain weldability properties. Can be welded with AWS A5.4 and AWS A5.9 320LR (9) The specially controlled process of this alloy, provides castings with heat resistance near or equal to the wrought grades of alloy 20, that is to say 800°F , but this has not been stablished yet by ASME B16.34

T - 9

Technical Data

Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications

T - 9 Technical Data Valve Shell Material ASTM Specifications When material permits the usage above

When material permits the usage above 1000°F. The flanged valves are limited to 1000°F.

 
     

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Inconel 625

60Ni-22Cr-9Mo-3.5Cb

-430(8) to 1200°F

B564

N06625

A494

CW6MC (1)

B443

N06625

B446

N06625

 

Hastelloy B

62Ni-28Mo-5Fe

-425(8) to 800°F

B335

N10001

(FOR CASTING SEE GROUP 3.15)

B333

N10001

B335

N10001

B622

N10001

3.8

Hastelloy N

70Ni-16Mo-7Cr-5Fe

-20 to 1300°F

B573

N10003

B434

N10003

B573

N10003

 

Hastelloy C-4

61Ni-16Mo-16Cr

-425(8) to 800°F

B574

N06455

A494 or A990

CW2M (1)(9)

B575

N06455

B574

N06455

B622

N06455

Incoloy 825

42Ni-21.5Cr-3Mo-2.3Cu

-20 to 1000°F

B425

N08825

A494

CU5MCuC (1)

B424

N08825

B425

N08825

B423

N08825

3.9

Hastelloy X

47Ni-22Cr-9Mo-18Fe

-20 to 1500°F

B572

N06002

 

B435

N06002

B572

N06002

B622

N06002

3.10

JS-700

25Ni-47Fe-21Cr-5Mo

-20 to 650°F

B672

N08700

 

B599

N08700

B672

N08700

 

3.11

904L

44Fe-25Ni-21Cr-Mo

-20 to 700°F

B649

N08904

A351

CK3MCuN(5)

B625

N08904

B649

N08904

B677

N08904

AL-6XN (10)

46Fe-24Ni-21Cr-6Mo-Cu-N

-20 to 700°F

B564

N08367

A743,A744

CN-3MN

 

B691

N08367

B690

N08367

3.12

Hastelloy 20MOD

26Ni-43Fe-22Cr-5Mo

-20 to 800°F

B621

N08320

 

B620

N08320

B621

N08320

B622

N08320

Alloy G3

47Ni-22Cr-20Fe-7Mo

-20 to 800°F

B581

N06985

B582

N06985

B581

N06985

B622

N06985

   

49Ni-25Cr-18Fe-6Mo

-20 to 800°F

B581

N06975

 

B582

N06975

B581

N06975

B622

N06975

3.13

Alloy 31

Ni-Fe-Cr-Mo-Cu-Low C

-20 to 800°F

B564

N08031

B625

N08031

B649

N08031

B622

N08031

3.14

Hastelloy G

47Ni-22Cr-19Fe-6Mo

-20 to 1000°F

B581

N06007

 

B582

N06007

B581

N06007

B622

N06007

 

Alloy 800H

33Ni-2Fe-21Cr

-20 to 1500°F

B564

N08810

 

B409

N08810

B408

N08810

B407

N08810

3.15

Obsolete Cast Hastelloy B (6)

Ni-Mo

-425(8) to 1000°F

 

A494

N-12MV

     

Obsolete Cast Hastelloy C (7)

Ni-Mo-Cr

-425(8) to 1000°F

A494

CW-12MW

3.16

Alloy 330

35Ni-19Cr-11/4Si

-20 to 1500°F

B511

N08330

 

B536

N08330

B511

N08330

B535

N08330

(1) The casting grade is not published in ASME B16.34-1966, the reference is mentioned for convenience. (5) This material is classified in group 2.8 in ASME B16.34-1966. There is not equivalent casting grade to 904L, but many times the alloy CK3MCuN is used as a substitute of 904L alloy. (6) This casting is now considered as obsolete for many industries. The old Hastelloy B is now substituted by Hastelloy B-2 (Group 3.7) (7) This casting is now considered as obsolete for many industries. The old Hastelloy C is now substituted by Hastelloy C-276 (Group 3.8) (8) For Cryogenic applications (9) This Casting alloy similar to wrought alloy C-4, is also selected as a casting alloy similar to C-276 wrought alloy (10) This alloy is a proprietary trademark of Allegheny Ludlum Corporation

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Technical Data

Bolting Material ASTM Specifications

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Alloy & S.S. Bolting

A193

-)(2)(3

High Temp Boling (14)

A449

-)(7)(8

Carbon Steel Bolting

A307 B

-)(4)(5

Alloy Steel

Bolting

A453

-)(9)(10

Low Temp Bolting

A-)320

(2)(3)(6

Alloy Steel

Bolting Sp.

A540

--

Q & T Alloy Bolting

A354

--

17-4 PH Bolting

 

A564

630

(7)

Monel 400 Bolting (13)

B-164

(11)(12)(13)

Ni-Cr-Fe Alloy Bolting

B-408

(11)(12)(13)

Monel 400 Bolting (17)

B165

-)(11)(12

Alloy 20 Bolting (15)

B473

-)(11

Hastelloy B-2 Bolting (18)

B335

N10665

(11)

Hastelloy C-276 Bolting (16)

B574

N10276

(11)

Monel K-500 Bolting (17)(20)

B865

N05500

(11)

Hastelloy C-22 Bolting (16)

B574

N06022

(11)

Inconel 600 Bolting (19)(20)

B166

N06600

(11)

High Temp

PH Ni

Alloy

B637

N07718

(11)

 

High Temp

PH Ni

Alloy

A1014

N07718

(11)

GENERAL NOTES:

(a)

The user is responsible for assuring that bolting material is not used beyond the limits specified in the governing code or regulations.

(b)

ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section II material that also meet the requirements of the listed ASTM specification may also be used.

(c)

Material limitations, restrictions, and special requirements are shown on pressure-temperature tables.

NOTES:

(1)

Repair welding of bolting material is not permitted.

(2)

Where austenitic bolting materials have been carbide solution treated but not strain hardened, they are designated Class 1 or Class 1A in ASTM A193. ASTM A194 nuts of corresponding material are recommended.

(3)

Where austenitic bolting materials have been carbide solution treated and strain hardened, they are designated Class 2 in ASTM A193. ASTM A194 nuts of corresponding material are recommended.

(4)

For limitations of usage and strength levels, see ASME B16.34 para. 5.1.1.(Limited to 400°F)

(5)

Bolts with drilled or undersize heads shall not be used.

(6)

For ferritic bolting materials intended for service at low temperatures, ASTM A194 Gr. 4 or Gr. 7 nuts are recommended.

(7)

H1150 Condition Standard, H1150M for NACE MR075. Acceptable nuts for use with these quenched and tempered steel bolts are ASTM A194 Grade 2 and 2H. A194 Grade 2HM for NACE MR075.

(8)

Mechanical property requirements for studs shall be the same as those for bolts.

(9)

These are bolting materials suitable for high temperature service with austenitic stainless steel valve materials.

(10) Only Grades 651 and 660 shall be used. (11) Nuts may be of the same material or may be of compatible grade of ASTM A194. (12) Forging quality not permitted unless the producer last heating or working these parts tests them as required for other permitted condi- tions in the same specification and certifies their final tensile, yield, and elongation properties to equal or exceed the requirements for one of the other permitted conditions. (13) Maximum operating temperature is arbitrarily set at 500°F (260°C) unless material has been annealed, solution annealed, or hot finished, because hard temper adversely affects design stress in the creep-rupture temperature range. (14) With expansion Coefficients comparable to Austenitic Stainless Steels. (15) For Temperature Service up to 800°F (16) For Temperature Service up to 1250°F (17) For Temperature Service up to 900°F (18) For Temperature Service up to 800°F (19) For Temperature Service up to 1600°F (20) Non listed in ASME B16.34-1966.

Bolt Material

Nut Material

Temperature Range

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

 

Grade B7

Grade 2H

-20°F (-30°C) to + 1000°F (+538°C)

ASTM A320

ASTM A194

 

Grade L7

Grade 4

-150°F (-101°C) to + 1000°F (+538°C)

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

 

Grade B16

Grade 2H

-20°F (-30°C) to + 1100°F (+538°C)

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

 

Grade B8

Grade 8F

- 450°F (- 268°C) to + 1500°F (+ 801°C)

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

 

Grade B8 CL2

Grade 8F

- 450°F (- 268°C) to + 1000°F (+ 538°C)

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Technical Data Other Valve Shell Materials Titanium Alloys

Technical Data

Other Valve Shell Materials

Titanium Alloys

Common Names: CP Grade 2 Titanium Grade 2 UNS Number: R50400

Common Names: CP Grade 7 CP Grade 2 with Palladium Ti – Palladium UNS Number: R52400

General Information: Titanium Alloy Grade 2 is “unalloyed” titanium offering an excellent balance ofstrength and ductility. The material has good toughness and is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments. The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings.

General Information: Titanium Alloy Grade 2 with palladium is similar to Grade 2 but with improved resistance to general and localized crevice corrosion in a wide range of reducing acid environments, including chlorides.The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings.

Common Specifications:

Specification Product Form ASTM B265 (Grade 2) Strip, Sheet, and Plate ASTM B348 (Grade 2) Bars and Billets ASTM B381 (Grade 2) Forgings ASTM B367 (Grade 2) Castings AMS 4902 Sheet, Strip, and Plate AMS 4941 Welded Tubing AMS 4942 Seamless Tubing AMS 4951 Wire, Welding

Common Specifications:

Specification Product Form and Condition ASTM B265 (Grade 7) Sheet, Strip, and Plate ASTM B348 (Grade 7) Bar and Billet ASTM B381 (Grade 7) Forgings ASTM B367 (Grade 7) Castings ASME SB-265 Sheet, Strip, and Plate ASME SB-337 Pipe, Seamless and Welded ASME SB-338 Tube, Seamless and Welded ASME SB-348 Bar and Billet AWS A5.16 (ERTi-7) Weld Wire

ASME DESIGN CODE FOR TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOYS The ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII Divisions 1 and 2 set out maximum allowable stress values in tension up to 600ºF (315ºC) for ASTM Grades 1, 2, 3, 7, 9 12 and 16 in product forms covered by ASTM standards SB 265, 337 (now 861 and 862), 338, 348 and 381. Grades 1, 2, 3 and 12 are also approved for Division 1 under SB363 seamless and welded fittings

Nickel Aluminum Broze

UNS Number: C95800

General Information: Nickel Aluminum Bronze has been used extensively in sea water and fire protection systems for off shore platforms. Normally, the Nickel Aluminum Valves use Monel Trim. The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings.

Common Specifications:

Specification Product Form ASTM B150 - C63000 Rod, Bar and Shapes ASTM B148 - C95800 Castings

This material is not covered in ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. But normally can be used up to 600ºF (315ºC). The recommended trim is:

Stem: Monel K-500 (ASTM B865-N05500) Disc or wedge: Monel 400 (ASTM B164-N04400) Seat Ring: Monel 400 (ASTM B164-N04400)

Proprietary Alloys

There are many alloys developed for an specific application. Some of them have an associated UNS number, but others do not. Even when a UNS number is assigned to a Trademark alloy they may have some enhanced characteristics, due to a proprietary process, heat treatment or composition. Refer to the manufacturer data in order to obtain more updated informa- tion. In the following pages we show the most popular proprietary alloys listed by Trademark and Manufacturer Name. Xanik Valves can be furnished with proprietary alloys in shell materials, trim or overlays. Consult plant for availability of an specific proprietary material.

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Technical Data Alloys Listed by Trademark UNS Material UNS Material UNS Material A A A

Technical Data

Alloys Listed by Trademark

UNS

Material

UNS

Material

UNS

Material

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S20300

203

N08800

AL 332™ AL 344™ AL 400™ AL 403™ AL 409Cb™ AL 409HP™ AL 410™ AL 410HC™ AL 418™ Special AL 420™ AL 425 Mod™ AL 433™ AL 436S™ AL 439HP™ AL 440A™ AL 440C™ AL 441™ AL 441HP™ AL 467™ AL 468™ AL 4750™ AL 600™

R54520

Allvac® 5-2.5 Allvac® 6-2-4-2 Allvac® 6-2-4-6 Allvac® 6-4 Allvac® 6-4 ELI Allvac® 6-6-2 Allvac® 6-7 Allvac® 8-1-1 Allvac® 30, Ti CP-1 Allvac® 35N Allvac® 40, Ti CP-2 Allvac® 50, Ti CP-3 Allvac® 70, Ti CP-4 Allvac® Ti-17 Allvac® Grade 7 Allvac® Grade 12 Allvac® Grade 15-3-3-3 Allvac® 38-644 Allvac® 330 Allvac® 520 Allvac® 706 Allvac® 718-OP®

S30200

302

R54620

S30300

303

N04400

R56260

S30400

304

R56400

S30403

304L

R56402

S30900

309

S40930

R56620

S31000

310

R56700

S31600

316

R54810

S31603

316L

R50250

S32100

321

R30035

S34700

347

R50400

S41000

410

R50550

S41600

416

R50700

416F

S43035

R58650

S41800

418

R52400

S42000

420

R53400

S43000

430

R58153

S43020

430F

R58640

S44004

440C

N08330

AL630-17Cr 4Ni

 

K94800

N09706

N06600

N07718

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N06601

AL 601™

Allvac® 720

 

316LXN™

AL 610™

N07252

Allvac® M-252 Allvac® M-50 Nickelvac® A-286 Nickelvac® C 22 Nickelvac® C-276 Nickelvac® H-B-2 Nickelvac® H-X Nickelvac® K-500 Nickelvac® TJA-1537TM Nickelvac® 23 Nickelvac® 80 A Nickelvac® 400 Nickelvac® 600 Nickelvac® 601 Nickelvac® 606 Nickelvac® 625 Nickelvac® 690 Nickelvac® 800 Nickelvac® 800-H Nickelvac® 825 Nickelvac® 901 Nickelvac® C-263 Nickelvac® HC-276 Nickelvac® H-N Nickelvac® H-W Nickelvac® L-605

S31725

317LX™

AL 611™

T11350

S31726 317LXN™ N08367 AL-6XN® AL-6XN Plus™

N06625

AL 625™

S66286

N08800

AL 800™

N06022

N08810

AL 800H™

N10276

N08904 AL-904L™

N08811

AL 800AT™

N10665

S15500

AL 15-5™

N08825

AL 825™

N06002

S15700

AL 15-7™

K91470

ALFA I™

N05500

S17400

AL 17-4™

K91470

ALFA II™

R31537

S17700

AL 17-7™

N06625

ALTEMP® 625

N08020

N08020

AL 20™

N07718

ALTEMP® 718

N07080

AL 22-3™

S66286

ALTEMP® A-286

N04400

S44700

AL 29-4®

N06002