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File Name: WKM & Demco Butterfly Valve Catalog (1-01)

A B L E

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O N T E N T S

DEMCO AND W-K-M


B U T T E R F LY V A LV E S
Features & Benefits
W-K-M DynaCentric High Performance
Butterfly Valves
DEMCO Butterfly Valves
DEMCO Butterfly Valves:
Styles And Accessories
Product Specifications: W-K-M DynaCentric
High Performance Butterfly Valves
How to Order
Trim Details
Pressure Temperature Ratings
Torque Values
Dimensional Data

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Product Specifications: DEMCO Butterfly Valves


Parts Detail and Trim
21
How to Order Valves
22
Base Numbers and Weights
24
Dimensional Data
25
How to Order
Handles
28
Worm Gear Operators
29
DR Piston Actuators
31
Electric Actuatyors
35
Diaphragm Actuators
36
Stem Extensions, Tees and Adapters
37
General Technical Information
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Standard Material Data
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Terms and Conditions
Trademark Information

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D Y N A C E N T R I C H I G H P E R F O R M A N C E B U T T E R F LY V

The high performance butterfly


valve that brings low cost and
light weight to high pressure
water, oil, steam, gas and slurry
applications.
W-K-M DynaCentric butterfly valves satisfy a wide range of industrial applications.
Available in carbon steel or stainless steel
as well as lug and wafer body styles, they
may be specified in sizes from 3" to 24"
and pressure classes up to 600, 3" to 12",
and up to class 300, 14" to 24".
Engineered for heavy duty, maintenance-free performance in a variety of
uses, the W-K-M DynaCentric High

W-K-M

A L V E S

Performance butterfly valve is most


commonly selected for the following
applications:
Chemical and petrochemical processing
Utilities
Pulp and paper
Oil and gas production
Fuel handling systems
Air conditioning and refrigeration
Marine
The DynaCentric butterfly valve
offers the high performance of ball and
gate valves with the low-cost, light-weight
benefits of a butterfly valve design. It is
ideal for handling water, oil, steam, gas
and slurries.

Positively retained stem


ruggedly constructed
from 17-4 PH condition
H1150 Double aged.

Features/Benefits
Two body styles
Flangeless wafer and threaded lug styles
are available.
Heavy duty eccentric disc
Its wide sealing area is designed to
reduce seat wear.
Thrust bearing/disc spacer
A corrosion resistant, single component
thrust bearing/disc spacer reduces body
wear and assures positive centering of
disc in the valve bore.
Internal stop
Prevents disc overtravel and seat damage.

Close tolerance flange alignment


holes in body help center valve in
piping and prevent wrong valve
from being installed.

Capscrews are outboard of lading


to prevent corrosion, and are
positioned compatible with all
flange gaskets including API 601
spiral wound types.

Combination thrust
bearing/disc spacer
reduces body wear,
and positively centers
disc in valve bore.

Lug body seat retainers


are designed to minimize
deflection, providing fullpressure, end- of-line
capabilities.

Heavy duty eccentric disc


with wide sealing area is
designed to reduce seat
wear.

Internal stop prevents


overtravel and seat
damage.

Low friction, high load journal


bearings provide low torque
operation. They require no
additional lubrication and are
highly resistant to solvents,
industrial chemicals, sludge
and dirt contamination.

Combination of three seat types


offers drop-tight sealing to 1480
psi, handling of ladings up to
1000F and fire-safe protection
in either direction of flow.
Body gasket provides
tight seal between seat
retainer and body.

Stem disc springs allow thermal


expansion and provide constant
grounding of disc/stem to body.

SD10225

Wafer style shown

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Three seat designs


The standard polymer seat (SO2) is
bi-directional with an extended pressure
responsive sealing lip.
The patented
fire-tested, bi-directional metallic seats
(FO2) provide a metal-to-metal pressure
responsive seal. Properly fitted with
metallic seats and high temperature seals,
DynaCentric valves have demonstrated
they are capable of providing fire-test
performance in accordance with API 607.
This unique design provides fire-test
capabilities regardless of flow direction.
Valves constructed of 316 stainless
steel and assembled with the proper trims
and Ni-Cr Alloy (UNS No. 6625) seats
(M03) are capable of handling temperatures to 1000F. MO1 seats are suitable
for temperatures to 750F.

SO2

FO2

Drop tight sealing to 1480 psi.


SO2 and FO2 seat designs provide drop
tight sealing: SO2 to 720 psi, FO2 to
1480 psi.
Disc design reduces seat wear
Precision machined from carbon steel or
alloy steels, the rugged valve disc is
designed for gradual engagement into
seat to prevent pinching or cutting.
Eccentric positioning of stem allows disc
to swing free of seat in open position,
reducing operating torque and wear.
Special surface coatings such as stellite
overlay are available for critical or severe
service conditions.

MO1/MO3

Offset from
center of valve

SPECIFICATIONS
Offset from center of seat

Seat retainer has many advantages


Lug body seat retainers are designed to
minimize deflection and provide fullpressure, end-of-line sealing capability.
Seat retainer capscrews for both wafer
and lug body designs are outboard of the
lading to prevent corrosion and positioned
so they do not interfere with flange gasket seals, including API 601 standard spiral wound gaskets. An additional body
joint gasket on metal seated valves
between seat retainer and body assures
zero leakage. Absolute containment of the
lading is assured under the most adverse
conditions of shock, vibration or line
stress.
Deep stuffing box for extended life
Deep stuffing box design includes
stainless steel fasteners as standard and
is available with TFE chevron or hightemperature compression packing for
long life and positive stem seal. Live
loaded packing assemblies and double
stuffing box with purge/monitor port
available upon special request for
critical applications.

Sizes

Standard Materials

3" - 24"

Body - carbon steel, stainless steel

Working pressures

Stem - 17-4 stainless steel

Up to 1480 psi

Disc - stainless steel

(3" - 12" ANSI Class 150, 300, 600)

Seat - SO2 - RTFE


FO2 - fire-safe
MO1/ MO3 - metal seat

Operating Temperatures

Positively retained stem prevents


blowouts
The tamper-proof design not only meets
but exceeds the requirements of ANSI
B16.34. The disc, disc pins and stem
design meet ASME requirements for
maximum torsional and bending stress.
Additional blowout prevention is provided, should stem or disc pin failure occur.

See page 7 for technical specifications.

(14" - 24" ANSI Class 150, 300)

W-K-M

A L V E S

Up to 1000F (538C)

Optional Materials

Body Styles

Seat/seal trims available for several

Flangeless wafer, threaded lug.

hundred ladings.

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DEMCO

U T T E R F L Y

Acclaimed as the most durable of


all resilient-seated butterfly valves
in the industry, this valve excels
in a wide variety of applications.
Cast in both wafer and tapped-lug patterns
in a wide variety of material choices,
Demco butterfly valves feature a one-piece
body for minimum weight and maximum
strength. The unique stem hole design in
the disc ensures a dry stem journal, and
the hard-backed seat (2" - 36") allows
ease of installation, reliable operation,
and is field-replaceable without special
tools. Demco butterfly valves are available in sizes 2" thru 48".

DEMCO

A L V E S

Engineered for long-term, maintenance-free performance, Demco butterfly


valves are commonly selected for a variety of applications spanning a wide range
of industries:
Chemical and petrochemical
Agriculture
Oil and gas drilling and production
Food and beverage
Water and waste water
Cooling towers (HVAC)
Power
Mining and materials
Dry bulk handling
Marine and government

Features/Benefits
Bi-directional sealing
This valve provides bi-directional sealing
at full-rated pressure with identical flowway from either face.
Integral flange seal
Molded into the edge of the seat is an
integral flange seal which accommodates
ANSI weld neck, slip-on, threaded and
socket flanges as well as stub end
type C flanges.
ANSI class 150 rating
Body rating is ANSI class 150 (285 psi
non-shock). Wafer body diameters are

Flatted double Dupper stem

Large flange top for ease of


power automation. (Full line of
actuation and accessories offered.)
Blowout proof stems
Bronze bearings

MSS SP-25 marking is standard.

Triple stem seal

Positively oriented disc

High flow disc

Hard backed
cartridge seat
(2" - 36")

One piece body


Wafer style shown

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U T T E R F L Y

designed to self-center in ANSI 150


flange patterns.
Multiple pressure ratings
Three drop tight pressure ratings are
offered for 2" to 12" sizes. Normally, 200
psi shutoff is used in butterfly applications.
However, 285 psi shutoff is optionally
available for higher pressure applications.
For smaller actuator sizing, 50 psi valves
offer reduced torque. 50 psi and 150 psi
drop tight pressure ratings are offered on
14" to 48" sizes. For minimum torque
where drop tight closure is not required,
throttling valves are available.

DEMCO

A L V E S

Dry stem journal eliminates


potential for leakage
The Demco disc is uniquely designed
with a continuous annular raised land
around the stem hole and disc edge which
presses into the seat flat at every angular
position. The resilient seat presses back
with a higher specific force than the line
pressure, preventing leakage to the stem.
In addition, two O-ring ribs are provided
in the seat stem bore creating a triple
stem seal.
In competitive stem seal designs
with boot seats, a seal is accomplished
by an interference squeezing on the
stem or an O-ring in the stem journal.
The potential for leakage behind the
seat is high. As the disc wipes the seat,
elongation of the stem seal area allows
leakage to collect behind the seat. This
condition is eliminated by Demcos dry
stem journal and hard-backed seat.

Hard-backed cartridge seat (2"- 36")


The Demco cartridge seat is constructed
by permanently bonding a resilient elastomer to a rigid backing ring. In addition
to superior sealing integrity, this design:
1) makes valve installation easier because
no special precautions are required for
disc position. This is especially advantageous when installing valves with fail
closed actuators; 2) eliminates high
torque and premature failure caused by
elastomer distortion as found in other
non-rigid seat designs; 3) simplifies seat

Hard-backed seat

SPECIFICATIONS

replacement because it is slip fitted into


the body, with no need for special tools.
Positively oriented disc
Proper orientation of the stem/disc
connection is assured by the rectangular
drive. In 2" - 24" size valves, the disc is
permitted to float on the stem to perfectly
center in the valve seat. This design
enhances drop tight sealing and prolongs
service life.
End-of-line service
Lug body valves may be used in end-ofline service, with downstream piping
removed. (Only weld neck or socket
flanges can be used for this service.)
Since upstream pressure is excluded
between the flange and the seat face by
the exclusive Demco flange seal, there is
no effective force to slide the seat downstream. Demco 2" - 12" Lug Butterfly
Valves are suitable for liquid service up
to 200 psi with downstream piping
removed (150 psi 14" - 36").
Lug body valves are recommended
for isolation of pumps, control devices
or other system components which may
need to be removed for repair or replacement. Lug valves are also suitable for
installation at points from which piping
expansion may proceed. Such valves
are normally blanked with blind flanges,
to protect the exposed seats, until new
piping is attached.

See page 21 for technical specifications.

Sizes

Operating Temperatures

2" - 48"

-30F to +300F (-34C to +204C)

Body type and style designations

depending on seat material selection

Long neck NE-C and NF-C: 2" - 48",

and application

wafer and lug 2" - 36", 42" - 48" flanged.

Standard Material Options

Short neck NE-I, NE-I Sanitary and NE-IT:

Bodies and discs: Iron, steel, stainless

2" - 12", wafer and lug.

steel and bronze

Notched NE-D: 2" - 12", wafer

Seats: Buna, EPT, Viton, Neoprene

Pressure rating

Stems: 416 SS, 316SS, Monel

2" - 12" 0 (Throttling), 50, 200 and 285 psi


14" - 48" 0, 50 and 150 psi

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This versatile valve comes in a


variety of styles to suit an even
wider range of applications. In
addition, a variety of quality
accessories are available to
further enhance its suitability
to the application.
Series NE-C Valve
Sizes 2" to 12", this series is a general
purpose valve with neck length designed
to provide full clearance of the valve top
over two inches of insulation on ANSI
150 pipe flanges; available in both wafer
and lug styles.
Series NE-I Valve
Sizes 2" to 12", it is suited for a wide
range of applications in many industries,
including food and beverage utilities and
process flow lines. This short neck design
is offered in a wide variety of body materials. The valves are designed for installation between ANSI 125/150 flanges.
Series NE-D Valve
Sizes 2" to 12", it is a short neck valve
with body notches to fit popular lightweight flange patterns, making it ideal for
bulk material handling and the transportation industry. Valves will also center in
ANSI 125/150 flanges.
Series NF-C Valve (14" - 48")
Sizes 14" to 36" are available in both
wafer and lug styles. The wafer body has
two drilled locator lugs at top and bottom
for ANSI 150 flanges. Bronze bearings
are installed on both stems for minimum
operating torque. 42" and 48" sizes are
available with flanged bodies.
Series NE-I Sanitary Valves
Sizes 2" - 12", it is similar to our Series
NE-I valve, but is exclusively designed to
meet the rigorous requirements of sanitary service in the food and beverage
industry. The body is available in bronze,
stainless steel, aluminum or electroless
nickel-coated ductile iron. FDA approved materials are used for all wetted
parts. Handle parts are bronze and stainless steel, permitting caustic washdown.
Other benefits include:
Demco dry journal stem seal

DEMCO

C C E S S O R I E S

system gives absolute assurance of sanitary butterfly valve construction.


Drilled passageways, a design originated by Demco, vent the entire interior
of the disc to atmosphere. No closed
chamber is provided for the culture of
undesirable organisms.
Discs are produced from investment
castings, smooth and non-porous. Stem
bosses are minimized for increased flow.
The projecting inner surface of the
resilient seat contacts and is compressed
by the mating flange to form a smooth
and uninterrupted flow way. This positive
seal between the innermost contact of the
seat and flange ensure aseptic conditions
after a piping flush.

Sanitary Features
B

Series NEI-T Teflon Valves


Because of the inert, aseptic non-stick
character of Teflon, Demcos NEI-T
Teflon-lined butterfly valve is ideal for
clean lines in food and beverage plants.
The Teflon seat consists of a virgin
Teflon liner overlaying and bonded to an
elastomer cushion (either Buna-N or EPT
are available) which provides resilience
for sealing. The Teflon liner extends over
the seat faces, completely covering and
sealing the resilient material from contact
with line fluids.
Exclusive design features of this
valve confine wetted parts to the disc and
seat. The stems and body are permanently
sealed from line fluids. The flow way
formed with adjacent piping is free of
traps to assure aseptic conditions when
the lines are flushed. The series NEI-T
also features the same vented disc and
stem design as the NE-I Sanitary valve.

Series NF-C 16"

Series NF-C 30"

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C C E S S O R I E S

Actuators
Demco Series DR pneumatic actuators
(A1) are available in double-acting or
fail-safe, spring return models. Series DR
actuators are compact, high-torque, piston
actuators. Series R diaphragm actuators
(A2) incorporate a heavy-duty, enclosed
rack-and-pinion linkage. Diaphragm actuators are suitable for low-pressure, pneumatic service. Electric actuators (A3) are
used when compressed air is not available
for pneumatic operations.
Handles and stem extensions
Three basic handle designs interchange
on any 2" to 12" valves: ten position
locking, two position locking and memory stop. Memory-stop handles provide
throttling which is infinitely adjustable
and can be set by a lock nut with memory-stop setting (adjustable open stop).
Handles are available in basic trim, corrosion-resistant trim and sanitary trim. Stem
extension are fabricated from carbon steel
parts and contained in a tubular housing.
Gaskets or O-rings seal the stem extension at top and bottom. These extensions
are fabricated to specified lengths.

A1

Demco NE-C wafer with


Series DR actuator.
B

Stem extension
with handle
on Series NE-I
butterfly valve

Gear operators
Demco weatherproof gear operators are
offered with a choice of handwheel,
chain-wheel, or square nut. The worm
gearing has self-locking set screws to
control open and closed positioning or
an optional adjustable memory stop for
balance return to a preset open
position after closing.

A2

Series R diaphragm actuator

A3

Electric actuator

Gear operator

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Standards and Compliance


DynaCentric valves comply with the following design and testing
standards: ANSI B16.5 (Steel Pipe Flanges and Flange Fittings);
ANSI B16.34 (Steel Valves); ANSI/FCI 70-2 (Control Valve
Seat Leakage); MSS-SP-6 (Standard Finishes for Pipe Flanges);
MSS-SP-25 (Standard Marking System for Valves); MSS-SP-55
(Quality Standard for Steel Castings); MSS-SP-68, API 609
(Butterfly Valves).

In addition, DynaCentric valves can be supplied to comply


with these standards: ANSI B31.1 (Power Piping); ANSI B31.3
(Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Piping); MSS-SP-61
(Pressure Testing of Steel Valves); and API 598 (Valve
Inspection and Testing); and API 607, fire-test specifications.
DynaCentric valves trimmed for sour gas service in accordance
with NACE MR-01-75 (latest issue) are available from W-K-M
in both carbon steel and alloy construction.

How to Order Example: std wafer carbon steel 3" Class 150 with handle: 03-A5110-02-S02-11/HL
X

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Size
Inches

Body
Group

03

Class

Material

Style

4"

04

1=150

1= CS

0 = Wafer

06

3= 300

2 = SS

10"

10

4 = CS/ENC

12"

12

5 = LCC

16"

16

18"

18

20"

20

24"

24

SS Disc
17-4 Stem

3 = CS21

08

14

CS Disc*
17- 4 Stem

1= Lug

8"

14"

6= 600

02

SS Disc
Ni-Cr 5
Stem

03

Ni-Cu 6
Disc &
Stem

04

SS Disc
316 SS
Stem2

05

SS Disc
HF-6 O/L7
17-4 Stem

06

01

Note: Valves with optional materials of construction are available on


application.
1 Controlled hardness carbon steel (H2S Service).
2 Valves equipped with 316 SS stems may require derating depending
on size and class. See page 11 for actual valve ratings.

Seal
Group

Packing
Group 4

TFE VEE

11

High Temp
Graphitized

13

Grafoil

14

TFE

S01

RTFE

S02

SS/ RTFE

3F023

NI-Cr 5 Alloy
(UNS No.
6625) / RTFE

F03

316 SS

M01

Bare Stem

00

Handle

HL

Handwheel
Worm Gear

WG

Chainwheel
Worm Gear

CH

3 Standard

seat for Class 600 valves.


packing adjustment studs and nuts are standard.
*Carbon steel discs (14" and larger consult factory).
5 Ref. inconel.
6 Ref. monel.
7 Ref. Stellite overlay
4 SS

Actuation

Ni-Cr 5 Alloy
(UNS No.
M03
6625)

SS Disc
HF-6 O/L7 07
Ni-Cr Stem5

Trim
Group

3"

6"

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Special Service Valves


Oxygen Service
DynaCentric valves provide the positive shut-off and tight
sealing necessary for gaseous oxygen service. Due to the risk of
explosion and fire inherent in such service, positive grounding
for the disc and stem with the Belleville disc springs is standard. Positive safeguards have been established in order to conform to the requirement that valves for oxygen service must be
completely free of oil, grease, combustible material, slag, metal
shavings, paint, rust or various fibers. All parts are cleaned in
solvent and carefully inspected under black light for contamination. After assembly and testing with Nitrogen, each valve is
individually tagged and sealed in a polyethylene bag. Valves for
such service may be supplied in any materials, but 316 stainless
steel or Ni-Cu Alloy (UNS No. 5500) are recommended.

High Temperature
DynaCentric valves for high temperature service are equipped
with a 316 stainless steel seat (M01), 316 stainless steel stem
bearings and high temperature seals. This seat/seal combination
is rated up to 750F in carbon steel bodies. Ni-Cr Alloy (UNS
No. 6625) seats (M03) and stainless steel bodies can be utilized
up to 1000F. Leakage rates for metal seated valves are within
the service limits of ANSI/FCI 70-2 Class IV. DynaCentric
valves furnished with this seat perform well in steam, hot oil
and heat transfer fluids.
Vacuum Service
The drop-tight sealing capabilities of DynaCentric valves
make them an excellent selection for vacuum service. S01,
S02, and F02 seat-seal codes are suitable for vacuum service
to 20 microns absolute. Inverted packing or purged stuffing
box configuration is available on request.

Steam Service
DynaCentric valves are ideally suited for applications in service
steam. Reinforced TFE seats (S02) with high temperature packing will handle steam to 100 psig saturation pressure. When fitted with 316 stainless steel seats with reinforced TFE inserts
(F02), the DynaCentric valve is suitable for steam to 125 psig
saturation pressures. The combination of rotary operation,
streamlined flow and positive shut-off can result in years of
maintenance-free service without the seizures on cool-down,
flashing or stem leakage associated with conventional gate or
globe valves.

Sour Oil and Gas Service


DynaCentric valves with sour gas trims are available for H2S
service in accordance with NACE MR-0l-75, latest issue.
Low Temperature Service
DynaCentric valves for temperatures to 50F are available
in both 316 stainless steel construction and low temperature
carbon steel.

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3"12" Class 150, 3"10" Class 300, 3" 8" Class 600 DynaCentric Valves
(Wafer style shown,
lug style available)

Publication TC1508

Standard Materials of Construction


Group

Item
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

BODY

Body
Seat Retainer
Seat Retainer Screw
Stem/Disc Spring
Stop Pin
Stop Pin Plug
Stem Bearing
Nameplate
Gland Retainer
Gland Retainer Stud
Gland Retainer Nut
Body Gasket

Carbon Steel

Stainless Steel

A516 Gr 70
A516 Gr 70
A193 Gr B7

A351 Gr CF8M
A276 Type 316
18-8 SS
18-8 SS
316 SS
316 SS
Teflon/316 SS
18-8 SS
Stainless Steel
18-8 SS
18-8 SS
See Note (2)
A564 Type 630,
H1150 + H1150
A351 Gr CF8M
A564 Type 630,
H1150 + H1150
316 SS
Carbon Steel
316 SS
316 SS
316 SS
See Note (1)
See Note (3)

Carbon Steel
TFE/Steel
Carbon Steel

13. Stem
14. Disc
16. Stem Pins
17. Disc Spacer
18. Stem Key*
19. Stem Retainer Pins
20. Packing Spacer
21. Gland Ring
22. Seat
23. Packing Set

TRIM

SEAL
PACKING

Note (1): Seat assemblies consist of the following:


TYPE S Class 150Virgin TFE (available in Class 150 only)
Standard Class 150 and 300Reinforced TFE
TYPE F Metal, Fire-Tested,
Class 150, 300 and 600 Stainless Steel with
Reinforced TFE Insert
TYPE MMetal, High Temperature
Class 150, 300 and 600 316 Stainless Steel with
316 Stainless Steel Insert

Carbon Steel
(H2S)
A516 Gr 70
A516 Gr 70

Carbon Steel

Note (2): Standard valves do not require body gaskets. FO2, fire tested
and high temperature, MO1/MO3, valves are equipped with
composite fiber body gaskets.
Note (3): Packing sets consist of the following:
TFE VEE
High temperature, graphitized
Grafoil
*Stem key for 8" valves and larger.
Hard Chrome Plated on FO2, MO1 and MO3 only.

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14"24" Class 150, 12" 24" Class 300, 10" 12" Class 600 DynaCentric Valves
(Lug style shown,
wafer style available)

Publication TC1508

Standard Materials of Construction


Group

Item
1. Body
2. Seat Retainer
3. Seat Retainer Screw
4. Stem/Disc Spring
5. Stop Pin (Internal Welded)
7. Stem Bearing
8. Nameplate
9. Gland Retainer
10. Gland Retainer Stud
11. Gland Retainer Nut
12. Body Gasket
25. Bottom Cover Plate
26. Bottom Cover Gasket
27. Bottom Cover Screw

BODY

Carbon Steel

Stainless Steel

A216 Gr WCC
A516 Gr 70
A193 Gr B7

A351 Gr CF8M
A276 Type 316
18-8 SS
18-8 SS
316 SS
Teflon/316 SS
18-8 SS
Stainless Steel
18-8 SS
18-8 SS
See Note (2)
Stainless Steel
Composite Fiber
18-8 SS
A564 Type 630,
H1150 + H1150
A351 Gr CF8M

Teflon/Steel
Carbon Steel

Carbon Steel
A193 Gr B7

13. Stem
A216 Gr WCC

14. Disc

16. Stem Pins


17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

SEAL
PACKING

Disc Spacer
Stem Key
Stem Retainer Pins
Packing Spacer
Gland Ring
Seat
Packing Set

Note (1): Seat assemblies consist of the following:


TYPE S Class 150 Virgin TFE (available in Class 150 only)
Standard Class 150 and 300 Reinforced TFE
TYPE F Metal, Fire-Tested,
Class 150, 300 and 600 Stainless Steel with
Reinforced TFE Insert
TYPE MMetal, High Temperature
Class 150, 300 and 600 316 Stainless Steel with
316 Stainless Steel Insert

A216 Gr WCC RC-22


A516 Gr 70 RC-22

Carbon Steel

Carbon Steel RC-22


A193 Gr B7

A564 Type 630,


H1150 + H1150
A564 Type 630,
H1150 + H1150
316 SS
Carbon Steel
316 SS
316 SS
316 SS
See Note (1)
See Note (3)

15. Lower Stem


TRIM

Carbon Steel
(H2S)

Note (2): Standard valves do not require body gaskets. FO2 fire tested,
fire safe and high temperature, MO1/MO3 valves are equipped
with composite fiber body gaskets.
Note (3): Packing sets consist of the following:
TFE VEE
High temperature, graphitized
Grafoil
Hard Chrome Plated on FO2, MO1 and MO3.
Electroless Nickel Plated.

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Seat-Seal Material Codes and Ratings


Material Codes
This chart is an abbreviated guide to the chemical resistance
and pressure-temperature limitations of seat-seal materials used
in DynaCentric valves. Complete ratings curves are shown

below. For additional information, please consult your


DynaCentric representative or the factory.

Seal
Code

Seat
Material

ANSI /FC I 70-2


Shutoff Class

S01

TFE

6 (VI)

Seats are virgin TFE. Use where lading contamination from glass
or other fillers is not desirable, such as in food service. Available in
Class 150 valves only. Temperature range is 50F to +400F. Drop tight.

S02

RTFE

6 (VI)

Seat material is TFE reinforced with inert materials for use at elevated
temperatures and pressures. Same chemical resistance as virgin TFE
except slightly affected by hot alkaline solutions. Suitable for saturated
steam to 100 psig. Temperature range is 50F to +500F. Drop tight.

F02

SS/RTFE

6 (VI)

Seat consists of stainless steel rings with a reinforced TFE insert.


Recommended trim for fire-test applications and for steam service to
125 PSI saturation. Temperature is 50F to +500F. Drop tight.

F03

Ni-Cr Alloy
(UNS No. 6625) /
RTFE

6 (VI)

Seat consists of Ni-Cr Alloy (UNS No. 6625) with a reinforced TFE insert.
Recommended trim for fire-tested applications and for steam service
to 125 psi saturations. Temperature range is 50F to +500F. Drop tight.

M01

316 SS

Recommended trim for saturated steam above 250 PSI, hot oils and
gases, and temperatures to 750F. Pressure/temperature range is same
as body rating. Meets ANSI/FCI 70-2.

M03

Ni-Cr Alloy
(UNS No. 6625)

Same as M01 but for temperatures from 750F to 1000F.

Service Application

*Standard leakage rate of metal seated valves is less than .005 ml/PSI/NPS.

Class V Shut-off can be furnished on request.

Pressure-Temperature Limitations
Seat ratings are based on differential pressures with the disc in
the fully closed position and refer to seat only. Body pressure/
temperature ratings appear on page 12.

STE

AM

1600

1400

MO1

P-PSI

1200

MO3
800

FO

600

SO

MAX. MO1

MAX.

1000

400

200

0
0

100

200

300

400

500

600

700

800

900

TEMPERATURE F

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Valve Body Pressure Ratings


Pressure/Temperature Ratings for DynaCentric
Valve Bodies with Standard Stems
Temp
F

Maximum Shut-Off Pressures for DynaCentric Valves


with 316 Stainless Steel Stems (CWP)

Class 150
CS
316 SS

Class 300
CS
316 SS

285

275

740

720

1480

1440

260
230

240
215

675
655

620
560

1350
1315

400
500
600

200
170
140

195
170
140

635
600
550

515
480
450

650
700
750

125
110
95

125
110
95

535
535
505

800
850
900

80
65
50

-20 to
100
200
300

950
1000

35
20

Class 600
CS
316 SS

Size (in)

P Max.316 SS Stems
Class 150

Class 300

Class 600

285

650

650

1240
1120

285

325

650

285

325

650

1270
1200
1095

1030
955
905

285

325

650

10

125

325

650

12

125

325

650

445
430
425

1075
1065
1010

890
865
845

14

125

325

16

125

325

415
405
395

830
810
790

18

125

325

20

125

325

24

125

325

385
365

Stem Material: ASTM A276 Type316; Cond. A.


30,000 Minimum Yield
75,000 Minimum Tensile

775
725

Stem Material: A564 Type 630, H1150 + H1150.


In accordance with ANSI B16.34.

Ratings shown above are maximum working pressure ratings for


the valve body at various temperatures. All pressures are PSIG.
Practical pressure limitations according to actual service conditions
are determined by the seat ratings shown on page 11.
These valve body ratings are based on the following material
specifications: CS-ASTM A516 Grade 70 and A216 Grade WCC
(NOTE: Carbon steel listed is not recommended for prolonged
usage above 800F.) 316 SS-ASTM A351 Grade CF8M.

Valves with 17-4 PH stems are only recommended up to a


maximum temperature of 650F. Ni-Cr Alloy (UNS No. 7718)
stems are required for temperatures above 650.
NOTE: Cold working pressures for the DynaCentric valves
equipped with 316 SS stems will be derated. See table above.
Ni-Cr Alloy (UNS No. 7718) or Ni-Cu Alloy (UNS No. 5500)
stems can be furnished for applications requiring high corrosion
resistance and full ANSI ratings.

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Valve Sizing Formulas


Proper valve selection is dependent on several factors for both
liquid and gas flow, as well as the physical limitations of the
valve as established by the manufacturer. The following information is presented for handy and quick reference.
The flow coefficient (C V) is the most universally accepted
measure of a valves capacity to handle flow. A dimensionless

For liquid service:


CV = Q L

Q L = CV

SG
P

CV =

P
SG

W = 2.1C V

P(P1 + P2)

For steam service (superheated):

CV

W(1 + 0.0007 TS )

QG

(1 + 0.0007 TS )

S GTR
P x P1
P x P1
S GTR

QG = 1360 CV

P1

These formulas are generally


accurate for gas flows where
P <
.1P1.

QG
1360 CV

For P > .1P1, consult factory


for assistance in sizing.

Cavitation
DynaCentric valves, because of their inherently high flow
capacities, have a greater tendency to cavitate at high pressure
drops. Cavitation occurs in liquids if the static pressure of the
flowing liquid decreases to a value less than the fluid under
pressure. This phenomenon can create accelerated wear and
deterioration of valves and piping as well as annoying noise and
vibration problems. To avoid cavitation in piping, the following
formula should be employed:

Pmax =

arrangement is often employed with DynaCentric valves where


the desired C V for the control valve results in a valve size that is
smaller than the line size.
Use the following equation to obtain the corrected flow
coefficients for the DynaCentric valve when installed in combination with reducers.

1.5 1
1+

0.33 (P1 P V).

CV R = CV R
d2
D2

890

( )
CV
d

Where:
CV = sizing coefficient determined by standard
calculations
d = nominal valve size, inches
D = line size, inches
C VR = corrected flow coefficient for valve between
reducers

Reducers
When valves are mounted between pipe reducers, a loss in
valve capacity occurs with an additional pressure drop across
the system due to contractions and sudden enlargements. This

R=

This formula can also be safely used where reducers are


employed.

valve flow coefficient


upstream pressure, psia
downstream pressure, psia
pressure drop P1 P 2, psi
gas flow rate, SCFH
liquid flow rate, U.S. gpm
specific gravity of fluid
temperature, R (460 + F)
steam superheat, F
flow rate, lbs/ hr
vapor pressure, psia

P(P1 + P2)

W = 2.1C V

1360

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

P(P1 + P2)

2.1

SGTR

P(P1 + P2)

For gas service:

P =

Cv
P1
P2
P
QG
QL
SG
TR
TS
W
Pv

W
2.1

CV =

CV =

Where:

For steam service (saturated):

( )
QL

P = S G

entity, C V is defined as the number of gallons per minute of


water at standard conditions (60F and 14.7 psia) which will
flow through a given flow restriction with a pressure drop of
1 psi. Once determined, the C V of a valve provides a capacity
index by which one is able to readily estimate the required size
of a flow restriction for controlling the fluid flow of any system.

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Series A5100, Class 150

Flow Characteristics (CV)


The practical control range of this type of valve occurs where
continuous throttling can be effected without significant loss of
accuracy or decrease in valve life.
The usable rangeability for DynaCentric valves is between
20 and 70 opening, resulting in a ratio of 10:1. In sizing the
DynaCentric valve for throttling applications, a full open C V
should be selected that is approximately 1.8 times the C V determined from calculations. Under normal flow conditions, this
selection will provide a valve opening of 50-60.
C V values equal the flow of water in U.S. gallons per minute
per 1 PSI pressure drop.

Typical Characteristic Curve

Disc Angle, Degrees Open

Valve
Size

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

14

31

54

81

115

144

169

180

31

66

117

176

250

312

367

400

85

180

317

476

677

846

995

1058

174

371

654

981

1395

1744

2049

2180

10

300

638

1125

1688

2401

3001

3526

3751

12

440

936

1651

2477

3523

4403

5174

5504

14

523

1110

1959

2939

4180

5225

6139

6531

16

659

1401

2473

3709

5276

6594

7748

8243

18

886

1883

3323

4985

7089

8862 10412 11077

20

1066

2266

3998

5998

8530 10662 12528 13328

24

1554

3302

5828

8741 12432 15540 18260 19425

Series A5300, Class 300


Disc Angle, Degrees Open

Valve
Size

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

14

31

54

81

115

144

169

180

31

66

117

176

250

312

367

400

85

180

317

476

677

846

995

1058

174

371

654

981

1395

1744

2049

2180

10

268

570

1005

1508

2145

2681

3150

3351

12

399

849

1498

2247

3196

3995

4693

4993

14

428

910

1606

2409

3426

4282

5032

5353

16

609

1295

2285

3428

4876

6094

7161

7618

18

848

1730

2983

4504

6303

7594

8379

8855

24

1290

2629

4534

6847

9580 11542 12738 15520

Series A5600, Class 600

Disc Angle, Degrees Open

Valve
Size

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

14

31

54

81

115

144

169

180

23

50

88

132

188

234

275

293

67

141

249

374

532

665

781

831

155

330

583

874

1243

1554

1826

1942

10

241

512

904

1356

1929

2411

2833

3014

12

336

714

1260

1890

2688

3360

3948

4200

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The Torque Values shown in these tables are net required operating torques for actuator sizing.
An appropriate safety factor is included for normal wet operating torque.

SO seats upstream - Valve torque (in.lb.)


3

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

0-50psi

155

348

728

1125

2154

3291

4277

6334

8129

11655

15770

100psi

190

395

660

1290

2430

3790

5050

7459

9533

13556

18540

200psi

250

490

1110

1800

2990

4790

6610

9740

12340

17297

24080

285psi

300

570

1330

1900

3460

5640

7930

11670

14726

20477

28790

300psi

315

590

1370

1950

3550

5790

8180

12010

15147

21038

29620

400psi

380

680

1630

2280

4100

6800

9720

14281

17955

24780

35160

500psi

445

780

1880

2610

4660

7800

11270

16551

20762

28821

40700

600psi

610

875

2140

2940

5220

8800

12820

18821

23570

32262

46240

700psi

575

970

2400

3270

5780

9800

14380

21092

26377

36003

51780

740psi

600

1020

2500

3400

6000

10200

15000

22000

27500

37500

54000

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

SO seats upstream - Valve torque (in.lb.)


3

0-50psi

155

348

728

1125

2154

3291

4277

6334

8129

11655

15770

100psi

200

419

911

1364

2563

4013

5380

7947

10131

14371

19714

200psi

291

561

1276

1841

3381

5458

7586

11174

14134

19743

27803

285psi

368

681

1587

2247

4077

6686

9462

13917

17536

24309

34308

300psi

381

702

1642

2319

4200

6903

9793

14401

18137

25114

35491

400psi

472

844

2007

2796

5018

8348

11999

17628

22140

30486

43379

500psi

563

986

2373

3274

5836

9793

14205

20855

26143

35858

51268

600psi

653

1128

2738

3751

6654

11237

16411

24082

30146

41230

59156

700psi

744

1289

3104

4229

7473

12582

18618

27309

34149

46601

67045

740psi

780

1326

3250

4420

7800

13260

19500

28800

35750

48750

70200

For severe service, additional safety factor should be added:


Dry gas or slurry................................1.25
Low Temperature.................................... 1.20
Emergency Shutdown...................... 1.60

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The Torque Values shown in these tables are net required operating torques for actuator sizing.
An appropriate safety factor is included for normal wet operating torque.
FO/MO seats upstream - Valve torque (in.lb.)
3

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

0-50psi

333

609

1389

2710

4422

6547

7728

9709

13116

18395

25623

100psi

366

694

1578

3035

5043

7595

8956

11218

15432

21289

29746

200psi

431

863

1957

3729

6286

9689

11412

14235

20063

27079

37991

285psi

487

1006

2278

4307

7343

11470

13500

16800

24000

32000

45000

300psi

497

1032

2335

4409

7530

11784

13868

17253

24695

32868

46237

400psi

562

1201

2714

5089

8774

13878

16325

20270

29326

38658

54482

500psi

528

1370

3092

5789

10016

15973

18781

23288

33958

44447

62728

600psi

693

1539

3470

5448

11259

18068

21237

26305

38589

50237

70974

700psi

759

1707

3849

7128

12503

20162

23693

29323

43221

56026

79219

740psi

785

1775

4000

7400

13000

21000

24675

30530

48074

58342

82515

800psi

824

1876

4227

7808

13746

22257

16

18

20

900psi

890

2045

4605

8488

14989

24351

1000psi

955

2214

4954

9167

16232

28446

1100psi

1021

2383

5382

9847

17476

28541

1200psi

1086

2552

5741

10527

18719

30635

1300psi

1152

2721

6119

11206

19962

32730

1400psi

1218

2890

8497

11888

21205

34824

1480psi

1270

3025

8800

12430

22200

36500

10

12

FO/MO seats downstream - Valve torque (in.lb.)


3

14

0-50psi

333

609

1389

2710

4422

6547

7728

9709

13116

18395

25623

100psi

383

733

1665

3211

5328

8051

9314

11660

15035

22135

30942

200psi

482

979

2218

4212

7134

11059

12485

15562

22023

29616

41579

285psi

567

1188

2687

5063

8672

13615

15181

18880

27070

35974

50621

300psi

582

1225

2770

5214

8943

14066

15856

19455

27961

37096

52216

400psi

682

1471

3322

6216

10751

17074

18828

23387

33899

44577

52854

500psi

781

1717

3875

7216

12560

20082

21999

27270

39837

52057

73491

600psi

881

1963

4427

8218

14358

23089

25171

31172

45775

59538

84129

700psi

981

2209

4979

9219

16177

26097

28342

35075

51713

67018

94765

740psi

1021

2308

5200

9620

16900

27300

29611

36638

54088

70011

98021

800psi

1080

2455

5531

10221

17985

29105

900psi

1180

2701

6084

11222

19794

32112

1000psi

1280

2947

6636

12224

21802

35120

1100psi

1379

3193

7188

13225

23410

38127

1200psi

1479

3440

7741

14227

25219

41135

1300psi

1579

3686

8293

15228

27027

44143

1400psi

1678

3932

8845

16230

28836

47150

1480psi

1758

4129

9287

17031

30283

49557

For severe service, additional safety factor should be added:


Dry gas or slurry................................1.25
Low Temperature.................................... 1.20
Emergency Shutdown...................... 1.60
High Temperature (6000 - 7000F)............ 1.30
Extended High Temp. (7500 - 10000F)..... 1.50

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Dimensional Data

Series A5100, Class 150, 285 PSI CWP* (inches)


Valve
Size

3
4
6
8
10
12

53/8
65/8
83/4
11
131/4
153/4

115/16
22/32
223/64
217/32
225/32
315/32

51/2
63/8
75/8
87/8
97/8
111/4

Valve
Size

3
4
6
8
10
12

1/4 Sq.
1/4 Sq.
5/16 Sq.

5/8

7/16

5/8

7/16

7/8
11/8
11/8
13/8

5/8

71/2
9
11
131/2
16
183/4

6
71/2
91/2
113/4
141/4
17

2
2
2
21/8
21/8
23/4

4
4
4
41/4
41/4
51/2

7/16

7/8

3/8-16

7/16

7/8

3/8-16

7/16

13/16

7/8
11/4
11/4
15/8

3/8-16

57/64

2
2
2
2
2

25/8
35/8
55/8
75/8
91/2
111/2

19/16
19/16
2

AA

EE

FF

GG

HH

5/8-11

4
8
8
8
12
12

63/8
71/4
81/2
10
11
123/4

21/4
21/4
21/4

31/2

3
3
3
31/2
31/2
55/16

13/32

11/32

13/32

11/32

13/32

11/32

9/16

9/16

75/8
115/8
81/2
131/8
93/4
153/4
119/16 1811/16
125/8
203/4
1413/16 243/4

41/64
49/64
49/64
57/64

5/8-11
3/4-10
3/4-10
7/8-9
7/8-9

*Pressure ratings are in accordance with ANSI B16.34 for group 1.1
carbon steel valves.

5/8
5/8

9/16
13/16

3/8-16
3/8-16
1/2-13

Weight-Lbs Weight-Lbs
Lug Body Wafer Body
20
35
55
83
125
175

16
25
35
57
90
150

Pressure ratings will vary with different body materials.

Series A5100, Class 150, 285 PSI CWP* (inches)


Valve
Size

14
16
18
20
24

17
191/4
211/2
235/8
281/8

321/32
49/64
41/2
5
61/16

Valve
Size

13/8
13/4
2
2
21/2

201/2
231/2
243/4
271/4
32

5/16

14
16
18
20
24

Sq.
Sq.
1/2 Sq.
1/2 Sq.
5/8 Sq.
3/8

11/64
11/64
19/64
19/64
117/64

4
4
4
4
4

183/4
211/4
223/4
25
291/2

37/16
37/16
43/4
43/4
43/4

67/8
67/8
91/2
91/2
91/2

7/8

1/2-13

1
1
1

13/4
13/4
2
2
2

1215/32
1419/64
1617/64
185/64
217/16

2
23/4
3
3
33/4

AA

EE

FF

GG

HH

11/16
11/16
11/16

1-8
1-8
11/8 -8
11/8 -8
11/4 -8

12
16
16
20
20

131/2
151/32
171/2
1813/16
20 3/4

103/4 159/16 2613/16


129/32 1713/16 305/8
141/2 2013/16 351/16
1513/16 227/16 383/32
173/4
243/4 4213/16

*Pressure ratings are in accordance with ANSI B16.34 for group 1.1
carbon steel valves.

31/2
425/32
1
4 /16
55/16
425/32 27/8 x 615/16
425/32 27/8 x 615/16
425/32 27/8 x 615/16

7/8

13/16

9/16

11/16

13/16

15/16

13/16

15/16

13/16

15/16

13/16

1/2-13

Weight-Lbs Weight-Lbs
Lug Body Wafer Body
230
360
455
570
890

170
270
330
390
640

Pressure ratings will vary with different body materials.

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W-K-M

Dimensional Data
Optional Flange Mounting
Bracket (Actuator Code-FG)

Note: Minimum pipe I.D. required for disc swing


clearance: Schedule 80 pipe or equivalent.

10" - 12" Class 300

10" - 12" Class 300

Series A5300, Class 300, 740 PSI CWP* (inches)


Valve
Size

3
4
6
8
10
12

53/8
65/8
83/4
11
131/4
153/4

115/16
23/32
223/64
225/32
31/32
315/32

51/2
63/8
75/8
87/8
107/8
121/4

75/8
81/2
93/4
119/16
147/16
161/2

115/8
131/8
153/4
1811/16
24
2731/64

49/64

65/8
77/8
105/8
13
151/4
173/4

2
2
2
21/8
23/4
23/4

4
4
4
41/4
51/2
51/2

7/16

7/8

3/8-16

7/16

7/8

3/8-16

7/16

13/16

7/8
11/4
15/8
15/8

3/8-16

11/16
19/64

2
2
2
2
4
4

25/8
35/8
55/8
75/8
91/2
111/2

19/16
2
23/4

Valve
Size

AA

EE

FF

GG

HH

3
4
6
8
10
12

1/4 Sq.
5/16 Sq.
3/8 Sq.

5/8

7/16

63/8
71/4
81/2
10
123/8
133/4

21/4
21/4
21/4

31/2
31/2

3
3
3
31/2
55/16
55/16

11/32
11/32

5/8

8
8
12
12
16
16

13/32

7/8
11/8
13/8
13/4

13/32

7/16

81/4
93/4
121/4
143/4
171/4
20

3/4-10

5/8

13/32

11/32

49/64
49/64
57/64

3/4-10
3/4-10
7/8-9

1-8
11/8-8

*Pressure ratings are in accordance with ANSI B16.34 for group 1.1
carbon steel valves.

5/8
13/16

9/16

11/16

9/16

11/16

9/16

3/8-16
1/2-13
1/2-13

Weight-Lbs Weight-Lbs
Lug Body Wafer Body
25
38
67
115
145
225

16
25
35
61
110
170

Pressure ratings will vary with different body materials.

Optional Flange Mounting


Bracket (Actuator Code-FG)

Note: Minimum pipe I.D. required for disc swing


clearance: Schedule 80 pipe or equivalent.
(18" - 24" 300 schedule XS only)

Series A5300, Class 300, 740 PSI CWP* (inches)


Valve
Size

14
16
18
24

171/2
191/4
22
291/8

45/8
59/32
513/16
71/4

135/8
145/8
165/32
195/8

Valve
Size

AA

EE

Sq.
Sq.
5/8 Sq.
7/8 Sq.

2
2
21/2
31/2

223/4
251/2
28
36

11/16

11/8-8
11/4-8
11/4-8
11/2-8

20
20
24
24

165/8
175/8
195/32
235/8

425/32
425/32
425/32

1/2

14
16
18
24

1/2

E
11/8-8
11/4-8
11/4-8
11/2-8

20
33
21
357/32
235/32 3837/64
2711/16 4815/32

11/16
11/16

1.25
1.50
1.56
1.38

4
4
4
4

201/4
221/2
243/4
32

43/4
43/4
43/4
6

91/2
91/2
91/2
12

1
1
1
11/2

2
2
2
3

3/4-10

1215/32
145/16
161/4
217/16

3
3
33/4
4

GG

HH

27/8 x 615/16 15/16


27/8 x 615/16 15/16
27/8 x 615/16 15/16
SEE ABOVE

13/16

*Pressure ratings are in accordance with ANSI B16.34 for group 1.1
carbon steel valves.

FF

13/16
13/16

Weight-Lbs Weight-Lbs
Lug Body Wafer Body
490
650
925
1625

290
360
480
930

Pressure ratings will vary with different body materials.

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W-K-M

Dimensional Data

Series A5600, Class 600, 1480 PSI CWP* (inches)


Valve
Size

3
4
6
8
10

53/8
67/8
9
111/2
131/2

115/16
23/8
229/32
321/32
421/32

51/2
63/4
9
97/8
12

75/8
87/8
113/4
133/8
163/8

115/8
137/8
1815/16
211/8
267/8

49/64

65/8
81/2
111/2
133/4
17

2
2
21/8
23/4
23/4

4
4
41/4
51/2
51/2

7/16

7/8

3/8-16

7/16

7/8

3/8-16

11/64
19/64
11/4-8 1.38

2
2
4
4
4

5/8

3/8-16

13/16

11/4
15/8
15/8

25/8
35/8
55/8
75/8
91/2

19/16
2
23/4

Valve
Size

AA

EE

FF

GG

HH

3
4
6
8
10

1/4 Sq.
5/16 Sq.
3/8 Sq.

5/8

7/16

63/8
75/8
101/8
113/8
131/2

21/4
21/4

31/2
31/2

3
3
31/2
55/16
55/16

11/32
11/32

8
8
12
12
16

13/32

11/8
13/8
13/4

13/32

5/8

81/4
101/2
135/8
161/8
191/2

3/4-10

7/8

57/64

7/8-9

1-8
11/8-8
11/4-8

*Pressure ratings are in accordance with ANSI B16.34 for group 1.1
carbon steel valves.

13/16

9/16

11/16

9/16

11/16

9/16

1/2-13
1/2-13

Weight-Lbs Weight-Lbs
Lug Body Wafer Body
25
53
85
165
329

16
30
52
105
225

Pressure ratings will vary with different body materials.

Series A5600, Class 600, 1480 PSI CWP* (inches)


Valve
Size

12

161/4

517/32

Valve
Size

Sq.

1/2

12

321/4

11/4-8 1.25

191/4

43/4

91/2

111/2

AA

EE

FF

GG

HH

21.75

11/16

11/4-8

20

27/8 x 615/16

15/16

13/16

1215/16 1937/64

*Pressure ratings are in accordance with ANSI B16.34 for group 1.1
carbon steel valves.

1515/16 425/32

Weight-Lbs Weight-Lbs
Lug Body Wafer Body
520

360

Pressure ratings will vary with different body materials.

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W-K-M

W-K-M DynaCentric Valves Manual Actuators


Worm Gear Actuators
Worm gear actuators are available as optional equipment, for
DynaCentric valves sizes 3" through 8". All larger size valves
require worm gear actuators or power actuation.

Handle operated valves, sizes 3" through 8", can be converted


in the field to worm gear operation. No modification is required to
accommodate the addition of the worm gear unit.

Dimensions (inches)

Weight (lbs)

Valve Size
and Class

F (Dia.)

G.O.

Mtg.

3" 150/300/600
4" 150/300
4" 600
6" 150/300
6" 600
8" 150/300
8" 600
10" 150
10" 300
10" 600
12" 150
12" 300
12" 600
14" 150
14" 300
16" 150
16" 300
18" 150
18" 300
20" 150
24" 150
24" 300

63/8
63/8
63/8
63/8
91/8
91/8
131/8
91/8
131/8
151/8
131/8
151/8
171/8
131/8
171/8
151/8
171/8
171/8
181/16
171/8
181/16
205/8

25/8
25/8
25/8
25/8
3
3
31/4
3
31/4
49/16
31/4
49/16
49/16
31/4
49/16
49/16
49/16
49/16
41/2
49/16
41/2
53/25

11/8
11/8
11/8
11/8
13/8
13/8
11/2
13/8
11/2
25/8
11/2
25/8
25/8
11/2
25/8
25/8
25/8
25/8
21/8
25/8
21/8
25/16

63/8
71/4
75/8
81/2
101/8
10
113/8
11
123/8
131/2
123/4
133/4
1515/16
131/2
165/8
151/32
175/8
171/2
195/32
1813/16
203/4
235/8

13/4
13/4
13/4
13/4
21/2
21/2
3
21/2
3
31/2
3
31/2
31/2
3
31/2
31/2
31/2
31/2
45/8
31/2
45/8
61/4

8
8
8
8
12
12
18
12
18
24
18
24
30
18
30
24
30
30
30
30
30
30

13
13
13
13
19
19
33
19
33
43
33
43
49
33
49
43
49
49
80
49
80
142

31/2
31/2
31/2
31/2
4
4
8
4
8
8
8
8
18
10
18
10
18
18
18
18
18
25

Handle Actuators
Valve Size
& Class

Dimensions (inches)
Handle
No.
A
B
C
D
E

Wt.
(lbs)

12 63/8
75/8
1
12 7 /4
81/2
5
18 7 /8
87/8
1
18 8 /2
93/4
1
18 10 /8 113/4
18 10
111/2

6
6
10
10
10
10

3" 150/300/600
4" 150/300
4" 600
6" 150/300
6" 600
8" 150

H-16
H-16
H-36
H-36
H-46
H-46

41/2
41/2
41/2
41/2
41/2
41/2

59/16
59/16
59/16
59/16
59/16
59/16

CAUTION: Handle operated valves should be installed with seat downstream. Handles should only be used up to the following differential
pressures:
3" valves to 400 psi
4" valves to 300 psi
6" valves to 150 psi
8" valves to 50 psi

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NE-C,

E R I E S

NE-I,

NE-D,

N E I - T,

2" 1 2 "

NE-D

Parts
Detail

Ref.
Component
Reqd
No.
Description
1
2
3
4
6
7
14
22
23
24

NE-I
NEI-T

NE-C

DEMCO

1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1

Material

Body
Seat
Disc
Upper Stem
Lower Stem
Spring Pin
Retainer
Top O-Ring
Stem O-Ring
Bearing

*
*
*
*
*
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Buna-N
Buna-N
Bronze

*See How to Order for material choices/styles.


Complete material specs on pages 43 and 44.
4 reqd. for throttling valves only.

How to Order (example: 6" NE-C, 200PSI, Wafer, Standard trim with handle 22124-1215311)
X X X X X

Base Part
Number

Body
Configuration

Body
Material*

Stem
Material

Disc
Material

Seat
Elastomer

Actuation

NE-C/NE-I/NEI-T
Wafer

Lug

NE-D
Wafer

NE - C (Longneck)
Ductile Iron (lug)

NE - C, NE - I
& NE-D

10 Position Lkg. 1(4)

Black Neoprene

32

Monel(6)

Hypalon(6)

33

Throttling
Mem./Stop

2(4)

NE - I & NE-I Sanitary

316 SS**

Ductile Iron
(NE-I, wafer only)

Monel(6)

Aluminum
Bronze

Viton(6)

34

Square Nut

Cast Iron (wafer)

NEI - T

Carbon Steel
(NE-I only)

Aluminum
(NE-I, wafer only)

ENC Coated
Ductile Iron

Stainless Steel

316 SS
2
Vented***
316 SS
Solid***

PVF Coated
6
Ductile Iron(1)

Alloy 20(2)

NE-I Sanitary
316 SS**

Peroxide Cured EPT 35

Ductile Iron
Nickel Plated 5

Alloy 20
(NEI-T only)

Aluminum Bronze 3

Carbon Steel

Hastelloy C
(NEI-T only)

Aluminum
(wafer only)

316 SS
Unpolished(3)

Stainless Steel

02

Peroxide Cured

Food Grade EPT

03
04
05

NE I-T

Fluorosteam

Sulfur Cured

316 SS/
PVF Coated
(NEI-T only)

316 SS
Tumbled(3)

01

Peroxide Cured
Buna-N

Gray Iron
(longneck wafer)

ETM-30230

NE I-T &
NE-I Sanitary

316 SS
Polished(3)
1

36
37

Food Grade EPT

Ductile Iron
WaferShortneck
LugLongneck

Natural Rubber
White Neoprene

Hastelloy C(6) 8

NE - D

Handle

**Standard coating is green enamel; other coatings available on request.


**17-4 PH SS for 8"-12" upper stem only.
***Except 17-4 PH upper 8" & 10".
1. 200 psi only.
2. Except 285 psi.
3. Polishedground to # 4 dairy finish, Tumbledvibratory finish to remove
as cast surface, Unpolishedas cast surface

31

316 SS

NEI - T

Buna-N

Ductile Iron

NE - C, NE - I & NE-D (7)

416 SS

Aluminum Bronze 3

Based on
valve series
and shut off
pressure.
See page 24.

NE - C, NE - I
& NE-D

Buna-N/Teflon(6)

31

Peroxide Cured
EPT/Teflon(6)

35

Sulfur Cured
EPT / Teflon(6)

05

2 Position Lkg. 6(4)


10 Position
Sanitary
(NEI-T only)

None

10 Position Lkg.
Corrosion
K
resistant
2 Position Lkg.
Corrosion
resistant

Throttling/
Mem. stop
Corrosion
resistant

Gear Operators(5)

NE -I Sanitary
All Seats Food Grade
Buna-N

31

Black Neoprene

32

Viton

34

EPT

35

White Neoprene

37

Hand Wheel

Crank
(2"-12" only)

Chain Wheel

Square Nut

Bare Shaft

Sulfur Cured EPT 05


4. When these options used with NE-I Sanitary butterfly valves, handles
will be bronze with SS parts and fasteners.
5. Gear operator recommended for 8"-12" sizes in all series.
6. See material trademark note on page 47.
7. Other seat options available (consult factory).

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NF-C,

E R I E S

1 4" 2 4"

DEMCO

Parts Detail

Ref.
No.

Reqd

Component
Description

Material

1
2
3
4
6
7
14
23
24
25

1
1
1
1
1
2
1

2
1

Body
Seat
Disc
Upper Stem
Lower Stem
Spring Pin
Retainer (Spacer)
Disc O-Ring
Upper Bearing
Lower Bearing

*
*
*
*
*
Stainless Steel
Steel
Buna-N
Bronze
Bronze

*See How To Order for material choices/styles. Complete material specs


on pages 43 and 44.
4 Reqd. for throttling valves only.
14"20" Retainer, 24" Spacer.

How to Order (example: 18" NF-C, 150PSI LUG, SS trim, Buna-N seat, WGO. 23822-512231A)
X X X X X

Base Part
Number

Body
Configuration

Body
Material*

Stem
Material

Disc
Material

Seat
Elastomer

Actuation

Wafer

Ductile Iron (lug)

416 SS

316 SS

Buna-N

Lug

Cast Iron (wafer)

316 SS

Monel

Black Neoprene

32

Gear Operators

Steel (lug)

Monel(2)

Hypalon(2)

33

Hand Wheel

Stainless Steel (lug)

Aluminum
Bronze

Viton

34

Chain Wheel

EPT

35

Square Nut

Bare Shaft

(2)

(2)

Nickel Plated
5
Iron

Based on
shut off
pressure.
See page 24.

PVF Coated
Ductile Iron(1)

31

None

*Standard coating is green enamel; other coatings available on request.


(1)150 psi only.
(2)See material trademark note on page 47.

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E R I E S

NF-C,

30" 48"

DEMCO

Parts Detail

Ref.
No.

Reqd

Component
Description

3
4
6
7
8
9
14
24
25
26
27

1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1

Body
Seat Hard-Backed
30"- 36"
Seat Elastomer Liner
42"- 48"
Disc150 psi
Upper Stem
Lower Stem
Disc Screw
Key
O-Ring
Spacer
Upper Bearing
Lower Bearing
Thrust Collar
Set Screw

28

Cap

29
30

4
4

Screw
Lockwasher

Material
*
*

*
*
*
18-8 SS
Stainless Steel
Buna-N
Steel
Bronze
Bronze
Bronze
18-8 SS
Duct Iron 30"- 36"
Cast Iron 42"- 48"
Carbon Steel
Carbon Steel

*See How to Order for material choices /styles.


Complete material specifications on page 43 and 44.

How to Order (Example: 42", 150 psi, bronze disc, EPT seat with Gear Op 24106-621435A)
X X X X X

Base Part
Number

Wafer

Lug

Flange
42"& 48"

Body
Configuration

Body
Material*

Stem
Material

Disc
Material

Seat
Elastomer

Gear
Operators

Ductile Iron
(Wafer or lug)

Cast Iron
(Flanged only)

416 SS

316 SS

Buna-N

31

Hand Wheel

316 SS

Monel

Black Neoprene

32

Chain Wheel

Monel

Aluminum
Bronze

Hypalon

33

Square Nut

Viton

34

Bare Stem

EPT

35

Ductile Iron
5
Nickel Plated
See Page 24

See material trademark note on page 47.

**Standard coating is green enamel;


other coatings available on request.

p23

U T T E R F L Y

DEMCO

A L V E S

Base Part Numbers/Weights


Series NE-C, 2" 12"*
Description

2"

21/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

10"

12"

22119
22225
22234
22243
5.8
8.0

22120
22226
22235
22244
7.0
9.9

22121
22227
22236
22245
7.7
10.7

22122
22228
22237
22246
11.4
17.0

22123
22229
22238
22247
14.7
24.5

22124
22230
22239
22248
17.6
28.5

22125
22231
22240
22249
28.5
43.5

22126
22232
22241
22250
47.9
65.9

22127
22233
22242
22251
71.0
98.5

Description

2"

21/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

10"

12

200 psi
285 psi
50 psi
Throttling
Iron, Steel, SS
Weight
(lbsbare stem)
Bronze
Wafer
Aluminum
Weight
Bronze
(lbsbare stem)
Steel, SS
Lug

22128
22252
22261
22270
4.9

22129
22253
22262
22271
6.4

22130
22254
22263
22272
6.9

22131
22255
22264
22273
10.2

22132
22256
22265
22274
13.7

22133
22257
22266
22275
16.4

22134
22258
22267
22276
28.4

22135
22259
22268
22277
44.8

22136
22260
22269
22278
66.8

4.7
2.8
6.8
7.0

6.2
3.4
8.7
8.9

6.7
4.1
9.5
9.7

9.9
5.9
15.7
16.0

13.4
8.7
23.1
23.5

16.0
10.8
27.0
27.5

28.0
18.2
42.0
42.5

44.3
30.4
64.4
64.9

66.3
47.2
96.8
97.5

200 psi
285 psi
50 psi
Throttling
Wafer
Weight
(lbsbare stem)
Lug

Series NE-I, 2" 12"*

Series NE-I, Sanitary, 2" 12"*


Description

2"

21/2"

3"

4"

200 psi
Weights

23150

23151

23152

6"

8"

23153
23154
23155
See chart above, NE-I, 2"12"

10"

12"

23156

23157

Series NE-D, 2" 12"*


Description

2"

21/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

10"

12"

200 psi
285 psi
50 psi
Throttling

22181
22279
22285
22291

22129
22253
22262
22271

22182
22280
22286
22292

22183
22281
22287
22293

22184
22282
22288
22294

22185
22283
22289
22295

22134
22258
22267
22276

22186
22284
22290
22296

22136
22260
22269
22278

4.9

6.4

6.9

10.2

13.7

16.4

28.4

44.8

66.8

Weight
(lbs-bare stem)

Wafer

Series NEI-T, 2" 10"*


Description

2"

21/2"

150 psi
Iron, Steel, SS
Weight
(lbs-bare stem)
Bronze
Wafer
Aluminum
Weight
Bronze
(lbs-bare stem)
Steel, SS
Lug

3"

4"

24680
4.9
4.7
2.8
6.8
7.0

6"

8"

24681
6.4
6.2
3.4
8.7
8.9

10"

24682
6.9
6.7
4.1
9.5
9.7

24683
10.2
9.9
5.9
15.7
16.0

24684
16.4
16.0
10.8
27.0
27.5

24685
28.4
28.0
18.2
42.0
42.5

24686
44.8
44.3
30.4
64.4
64.9

*Gear Operator recommended for 8"12" sizes.


See NE-C chart above for weights of Long Neck Wafer and Lug valves.

Series NF-C, 14" 24"


Description
150 psi
50 psi
Throttling
Wafer
Weight
(lbsbare stem) Lug

Series NF-C, 30" 48"


14"

16"

18"

20"

24"

23820 23821 23822 23823 23824


24440 24441 24442 24443 24444
24445 24446 24447 24448 24449
102
166
214
257
401
116
203
239
332
535

Description

30"

36"

42"

48"

150 psi
Weights

24141
C/F

24357
C/F

24106
C/F

24832
C/F

C / F = Consult Factory.

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DEMCO

A L V E S

Series NE- C, 2"12"

Dimensional Data (inches)


Size

2"
21/2"
3"
4"
5"
6"
8"
10"
12"

1.74
1.86
1.86
2.11
2.24
2.24
2.54
2.74
3.24

5.62
6.12
6.38
7.12
7.75
8.25
9.44
11.25
12.19

8.44
9.19
9.69
11.00
12.12
13.25
15.56
18.69
21.69

4.12
4.88
5.38
6.88
7.75
8.75
11.00
13.38
16.12

4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
6.00
6.00

3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
5.0
5.0
5.0

.408
.408
.408
.408
.408
.408
.533
.533
.533

4.75
5.50
6.00
7.50
8.50
9.50
11.75
14.25
17.00

5/8-11

4
4
4
8
8
8
8
12
12

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.38
1.38
1.38

.44
.44
.44
.44
.44
.44
.56
.56
.56

.625
.625
.625
.625
.838
.838
.838
.963
1.338

.375
.375
.375
.375
.500
.500
.500
.625
.750

5/8-11
5/8-11
5/8-11
3/4-10
3/4-10
3/4-10
7/8-9
7/8-9

Note: For general dimensions, see page 40.

Series NF- C, 14" 24"

Dimensional Data (inches)


Size

14"

3.00

16"

10.63 12.75

23.4

16.20
17.3*

5.00

.56

18.75

1-8
1*

12

2.00

2.25

.88

1.375

5/16 5/32

5.12

12.89

4.00

11.66 13.75

25.4

18.16
19.2*

5.00

.56

21.25

1-8
1*

16

2.00

2.25

.88

1.625

3/8 3/16

5.65

14.76

18"

4.50

12.96 14.75

27.7

20.35
21.4*

6.50

.81

22.75

11/8-7
11/8*

16

2.50

2.75

1.00

1.875

1/2 3/16

6.37

16.63

20"

5.00

13.97 15.75

29.7

22.63
23.6*

6.50

.81

25.00

11/8-7
11/8*

20

2.50

2.75

1.00

1.875

1/2 3/16

7.12

18.58

24"

6.00

16.19 19.00

35.2

27.31
28.3*

6.50

.81

29.50

11/4-7
11/4*

20

2.50

3.00

1.00

1.875

1/2 3/16

8.67

22.56

*Wafer valve dimension is the bottom figure.


Lug valve dimension is the top figure.

Note: For general dimensions, see page 40.

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A L V E S

Series NF- C, 30" 48"

Dimensional Data (inches)


Size

30" 6.50

21.2

C
23.0

44.2

8.00 .69 36.00 1 /4-7UNC 28

3.4

3.7

34.1

1.2 3.000 3/4 3/8 11.45 28.55 1.75


7/8 7/16

1.2 3.625

25.0

27.8

52.8

40.5 10.25 .81 42.75 1 /2-6UNC 32

28.9

31.5

60.4

53.0 10.25 .81 49.50 11/2-6UNC 32* 3.88 3.88 1.50 4.240 3/4 3/8 15.67 40.02 1.75 2.625
1

68.0

59.5 16.00 .81 56.00 1 /2-6UNC 36* 5.00 6.00 1.50 4.995

13.86 34.71 1.75

42" 9.88

34.8

4.4

36" 7.88

48" 10.81 33.2

4.0

11/4 5/8 18.29

46.15 1.625 2.75

*42" 36 holes total per side.


48" 44 holes total per side.
Note: For general dimensions, see page 40.

Series NE-D, 2" 12"

Dimensional Data (inches)


Size

2"
21/2"
3"
4"
5"
6"
8"
10"
12"

1.74
1.86
1.86
2.11
2.24
2.24
2.54
2.74
3.24

3.94
4.44
4.88
6.00
6.00
6.50
8.06
9.97
10.91

6.75
7.50
8.19
9.88
10.38
11.50
14.19
17.41
20.41

4.12
4.88
5.38
6.88
7.75
8.75
11.00
13.38
16.12

4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
6.00
6.00

3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
5.0
5.0
5.0

.408
.408
.408
.408
.408
.408
.533
.533
.533

4.27
5.31
4.91
7.03
7.56
9.16
11.72
13.72
16.62

3/8

4
4
6
6
6
8
8
8
12

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.38
1.38
1.38

.44
.44
.44
.44
.44
.44
.56
.56
.56

.625
.625
.625
.625
.838
.838
.838
.963
1.338

.375
.375
.375
.375
.500
.500
.500
.625
.750

3/8
3/8
1/2
1/2
1/2
5/8
5/8
1/2

Note: For general dimensions, see page 40.

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A L V E S

Series NE-I, NE- I Sanitary, 2"12"

Dimensional Data (inches)


Size

2"
21/2"
3"
4"
5"*
6"
8"
10"
12"

1.74
1.86
1.86
2.11
2.24
2.24
2.54
2.74
3.24

3.94
4.44
4.69
5.44
6.38
6.88
8.06
9.97
10.91

6.75
7.50
8.00
9.31
10.75
11.88
14.19
17.41
20.41

4.12
4.88
5.38
6.88
7.75
8.75
11.00
13.38
16.12

4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
6.00
6.00

3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
5.0
5.0
5.0

.408
.408
.408
.408
.408
.408
.533
.533
.533

4.75
5.50
6.00
7.50
8.50
9.50
11.75
14.25
17.00

5/8-11

4
4
4
8
8
8
8
12
12

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.38
1.38
1.38

.44
.44
.44
.44
.44
.44
.56
.56
.56

.625
.625
.625
.625
.838
.838
.838
.963
1.338

.375
.375
.375
.375
.500
.500
.500
.625
.750

5/8-11
5/8-11
5/8-11
3/4-10
3/4-10
3/4-10
7/8-9
7/8-9

Note: For general dimensions, see page 40.


*NE-I Sanitary 5" not available.

Series NEI-T, 2"10"

Dimensional Data (inches)


Size

2"
21/2"

1.74
1.86

3.94
4.44

6.75
7.50

4.12
4.88

4.00
4.00

3.25
3.25

.408
.408

4.75
5.50

5/8-11

4
4

1.00
1.00

.44
.44

.625
.625

.375
.375

3"
4"
6"
8"
10"

1.86
2.11
2.24
2.54
2.74

4.69
5.44
6.38
8.06
9.97

8.00
9.31
11.88
14.19
17.41

5.38
6.88
8.75
11.00
13.38

4.00
4.00
4.00
6.00
6.00

3.25
3.25
3.25
5.0
5.0

.408
.408
.408
.533
.533

6.00
7.50
9.50
11.75
14.25

5/8-11

4
8
8
8
12

1.00
1.00
1.25
1.38
1.38

.44
.44
.44
.56
.56

.625
.625
.838
.838
.963

.375
.375
.500
.500
.625

5/8-11

5/8-11
3/4-10
3/4-10
7/8-9

Note: For general dimensions, see page 40.

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U T T E R F L Y

A L V E

DEMCO

A N D L E S

How to Order ( X X X X X - 0 0 X )
XXXXX

00X

Base Part
Number

Trim
2 Position/10 Position Locking Handles

Infinite Throttling with Memory Stop Handle

Dimension

2"- 4"

5"- 6"

8"- 12"

Dimension

2"- 4"

5"- 6"

8"- 12"

Corrosion
Resistant

M
N

9.50
.85

11.00
1.07

15.00
1.13

M
N

9.50
.87

11.00
1.07

15.00
1.13

Sanitary

Description

2"- 4"

5"- 6"

8"

10"

12"

10 Position, Std, CR
2 Position, Std, CR
10 Position, Sanitary
2 Position, Sanitary
Throttling, Std/CR
Throttling, Sanitary
Square Nut, Std

24227
24232
22319
22324
24252
22329
23356

24228
24233
22320
22325
24253
22330
23357

24229
24234
22321
22326
24254
22331
23358

24230
24235
22322
22327
24255
22332
23359

24231
24236
22323
22328
24256
22333
22360

Standard

Infinite Throttling with Memory Stop Handle

2 Position/10 Position Locking Handle

Note: These throttling


plates and latch apply to
Sanitary Trim handles only.

Ref.
No.

Component
Description

5
Screw
8
Handle
10
Latch
11
Spring
12
Spring Pin
15 Throttle Plate
16
Lockwasher
19
Nut
20
Set Screw
25* Throttling Tab
26* Carriage Bolt
27*
Wing Nut
28*
Screw
29*
Nut

Material
Standard

Corrosion Resistant

Sanitary

Steel
Ductile Iron
Zinc Plated Steel
Spring Steel
Spring Steel
Zinc Plated Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel
Zinc Plated Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel

Stainless Steel
Ductile Iron
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel
Bronze
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel

Square Nut Handle


Component
Description

Material

Square Nut Hub


Throttle Plate
Screw
Set Screw
Screw
Lock Washer

Ductile Iron
Steel
Steel
Steel
Steel
Spring Steel

*For Throttling Memory Stop Handle only.

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E A T H E R P R O O F

E A R

DEMCO

P E R A T O R S

enclose a ductile iron gear and hardened steel worm supported


by bronze bearings. Standard external coating is green enamel;
white epoxy, coal tar epoxy and inorganic zinc primer available,
special order.

Manual worm gear operators are self locking in all positions.


Adjustment screws stop travel at open and closed positions.
Position indicator is standard on all models. Gearing is permanently lubricated. Gray iron weatherproof case and cover

How to Order, 2" 12" (Example: 6" Gear Operator with Handwheel 22622-21352)
X X X X X

Base Part
Number

Case
Material

Gear
Material

Actuation

Valve
Size

Configuration

Gray Iron

Ductile Iron

Description

2"4"

Crank

2" 4"

Handwheel

5" 6"

Chainwheel

8"

Square Nut

10"

None

12"

5"6"

Operator Base No.

8"

Standard

10"

22622

12"

22623

Additional Information
Chain Suffix = Length in Ft.*

4462-XXX

Weight (lbs. with handwheel)

11.0

17.0

17.4

17.4

*Chain Length (XXX) = 0 through 999 ft. (Chain ordered separately)

How to Order, 14 " 48"


X X X X X X X

X X

Base Part
Number

Gear Operator
Assembly Part Number
Gear Operator Less Actuation

09

Gear Operator With Handwheel

03

Gear Operator With Chainwheel

05

Gear Operator With Square Nut

06

Description

14"

16"

18"20"

24"

30"

36"

42"

48"

Operator Base No.

2060229

2060230

2060231

2060232

2060332

2060334

2060805

2060806

Chain Suffix = Length in Ft.*

4462-XXX

4463-XXX

Weight (lbs. with handwheel)

19.0

22.0

Additional Information
4463-XXX 19932-XXX 4463-XXX 19932-XXX
33.0

43.0

107.0

137.0

C /F

C /F

C /F

C /F

*Chain Length (XXX) = 000 through 999 ft. (Chain ordered separately)
C/F = Consult Factory

Valve Size

Gear Ratio

Turns/90 Rotation

Maximum Input Torque


46 ft.-lbs.

2" 6"

30:1

7.5

8" 12"

48:1

12

65 ft.-lbs.

14" 16"

48:1

12

65 ft.-lbs.

18" 20"

57:1

14 -1/4

98 ft.-lbs.

24"

60:1

15

164 ft.-lbs.

30"

316:1

79

104 ft.-lbs.

36"

240:1

60

174 ft.-lbs.

42"

360:1

90

147 ft.-lbs.

48"

C/F

C/F

C/F

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E A T H E R P R O O F

E A R

DEMCO

P E R A T O R S

Optional Handwheel

2" through 24" Valves

2" 24" Valves

Optional Square Nut

Optional Chainwheel
Valves with chainwheels should be installed upside down
as noted to ensure pipe clearance and allow visual contact
with the position indicator.

Dimensional Data (inches)


Valve Size

2" 6"*

1.8

1.8

3.8

8"10"

2.88 2.88 3.38 2.50 2.88 6.50 1.38 3.00

1.64 1.59 4.97

.9

2.3

M1

.623 1.00

.19

.63

.19

1.00

4.8

4.32

4.8

4.1

3.5

4.80

4.6

4.32 3.72 3.50 4.80 4.12

12"

2.88 2.88 3.38 2.50 2.88 6.50 1.38 3.00

.63

1.00

.19

5.02

4.32 3.72 3.50 4.80 4.12

14"

2.88 2.88 5.12 2.50 2.88 6.50 1.38 3.00

.63

1.25

.19

6.56

12

5.88 5.25 5.81 5.75 5.69

16"

2.88 2.88 5.88 2.50 2.88 6.50 1.38 3.00

.63

1.25

.25

11.00

18

7.69 6.38 9.12 8.69 6.75

18" 20" 3.12 3.12 7.12 3.00 3.12 7.69 1.50 3.25 1.00 1.25

.25

11.25

18

8.94 7.63 9.12 8.69 8.00

24"

3.44 3.44 5.28 3.63 3.25 8.38 1.63 3.56 1.00 1.25

.38

10.91

24

7.59 5.91 11.00 12.25 6.16

30"

4.56 8.88 4.52 4.63 4.63 11.08 2.00 4.44 1.00 1.25

.39

6.00 7.38 8.65

18

7.59 6.28 9.12 8.69 5.41

36"

5.88 9.12 4.56 6.25 5.88 14.50 2.31 5.00 1.00 1.25

.39

6.36 8.00 10.19

24

8.13 6.44 11.00 12.25 5.44

42"

5.88 9.12 5.50 6.25 5.88 14.50 2.31 5.00 1.00 1.25

.39

6.36 8.25

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

48"

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F

C/F = Consult Factory.


*DT-1 Gear operator dimensions became standard gear operator midyear 2000 (for old style DT-3, consult factory).

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DR S

E R I E S

I S T O N

Consult the factory for complete data sheets showing mounting configurations. Flatted stems are standard on 2"-12" Butterfly Valves
(NE-C, NE-I, NE-D), whereas 14"-48" NF-C utilize a keyed stem.
Series DR Actuators are available as Double-Acting or Spring
Return. Double-Acting is the most economical, requiring either air
or hydraulic pressure for opening and closing (fail last position).
Spring-Return Actuators use compression
Remove indicator
spring(s) to move valve in one direction,
for access to manual
override wrench flats
while air pressure moves it in the
opposite direction. Spring Return
Actuators are used when valves
must move to a predetermined
position upon air supply failure
(fail open or fail closed).

Demco Series DR Piston Actuators consist of two opposed pistons with integral gear racks which are coupled to a common central drive shaft to produce rotary motion.
In the basic unit, the Body, Pistons and End Caps are aluminum; the Central Drive Shaft is hard anodized, high performance Aluminum Alloy 70-75. The Fasteners are plated steel; the
Seals are Buna-N. All units are totally enclosed and use gaskets
for weatherproof operation. Carbon filled teflon guide bands support the pistons to eliminate metal-to-metal contact during actuator operation. As a result, piston o-rings designed for sealing are
not required to perform bearing functions.
Mounting the actuator to the valve for many popular sizes is
direct, requiring only a splined, aluminum stem adapter. Other sizes
may require the addition of an aluminum adapter plate, but still
make a closed coupled unit. Some sizes (mostly the larger valves)
will require the traditional steel brackets/coupling mounting kit.

Actuator Torque Output (in-lb), Double Acting

Double Acting Actuator for NE-C, NE-I, NE-D and NF-C


Butterfly Valves
Assembly Part Number
J024872-0

XX

Actuator
Orientation

Open

Actuator Size

DEMCO

C T U AT O R S

Supply Pressure (psi)

Actuator
Model

40

60

80

100

120

EDA40

204

310

416

513

620

EDA65

310

469

628

788

947

EDA100

460

699

929

1168

1398

EDA200

1009

1522

2044

2558

3071

EDA350

1761

2655

3549

4443

5337

EDA600

2986

4507

6028

7548

9069

EDA950

4458

6728

8997

11267

13537

EDA1600

7369

11121

14874

18626

22379

PDA2500

11825

17847

23869

29891

35912

PDA4000

19962

30127

40293

50458

60623

Valve Size

Orientation

EDA 40

01

See drawing

2"- 4"

EDA 65

02

See drawing

5" & 6"

EDA 100

03

8"

EDA 200

04

10"

EDA 350

05

12"

PDA 500

06

14"

PDA 700

07

16"

PDA 1100

08

18"

PDA 2500

09

PDA 4000

10

Orientation 0
Orientation
0

Close

Orientation 3
Orientation
3

Consult factory for complete data sheets with dimensional information.

Butterfly Valve Torques (except Series NE I-T)** Normal Wet Opening


Valve Size

2"

2-1/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

10"

12"

14"

16"

18"

20"

24"

30"

36"

42"

48"

285 psi Shut Off

225

326

510

765

1190

1530

2550

4125

7000

200 psi Shut Off

132

192

300

450

700

900

1500

2650

4500

150 psi Shut Off

50 psi Shut Off

108

108

192

264

450

550

1000

1800

3000

4500

6500

8400 10800 20000 30000 50000 79180 115000

Throttling*

72

72

90

108

144

180

350

700

1160

1660

2800

3400

5000

8400

7740 10280 12600 15600 30000 50000 67500 107000 155000

Butterfly Valve Torques (except Series NE I-T)** Three-Way Assemblies


Valve Size

2"

2-1/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

285 psi Shut Off

338

489

765

1148

1785

2295

3825

200 psi Shut Off

198

288

450

675

1050

1350

150 psi Shut Off

50 psi Shut Off

162

162

288

396

Throttling*

144

144

180

216

10"

12"

14"

16"

18"

20"

24"

30"

36"

42"

48"

6188 10500

2250

3975

6750

11610 15420 18900 23400 45000

675

825

1500

2700

4500

6750

9750 12600 16200 30000

288

360

700

1400

2320

3320

5600

6800 10000 16800

* When line velocity exceeds 15 feet per second, dynamic torque exceeds opening torque.
** For Series NEI-T Butterfly Valve torque requirement, consult factory.

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Spring Return Actuator ESA 500 through ESA 6 for NE-C,


NE-I, NE-D and NF-C Butterfly Valves

Actuator Orientation

Assembly Part Number


J024873-

Open

XX

Springs*

Actuator Size

Valve Size

Orientation

Spring Set 2

ESA 40

01

See drawing

2"- 4"

Spring Set 3

ESA 65

02

See drawing

5" & 6"

Spring Set 4

ESA 100

03

8"

Spring Set 5
(Standard)

ESA 200

04

10"

Spring Set 6

ESA 350

05

12"

ESA 600

26**

14"

ESA 950

27**

16

ESA 1600

28**

1820

* Select from
Torque Chart

Close

Orientation 0
Spring Close
(Stroke C & F)

Orientation 3
Spring Open
(Stroke D & E)

Actuator Torque Output (In.-Lb.)


Air Stroke Supply Pressure (psi)
Spring
Set No.

Actuator
Model

ESA40

ESA65

ESA100

ESA200

ESA350

40

60

80

100

Spring
Stroke

120

2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5

133
91

196
129

303
211

656
448

82
15

117
10

192
44

406
74

243
201
159

364
297
230

552
460
367

1201
994
786

193
125
58

285
178
71

441
293
144

952
619
287

312
270
227
185

466
398
331

709
616
523
430

1539
1331
1124

236
169
101
34

347
240
133

541
393
245
96

1165
832
500

422
380
338
296

634
567
499
432

957
865
772
679

2085
1877
1669

346
279
212
144

515
408
301
194

790
642
494
345

1710
1378
1045

491
448
406

735
668
601

1114
1021
928

2423
2215

389
322
255

576
470
363

891
743
594

1923
1591

117
176
234
293
351
186
279
372
465
558
258
387
516
646
775
579
868
1157
1447

73
110
146
183
220
117
175
234
292
351
161
242
323
402
484
362
542
723
904

6
2
3
4
5
6

1105
727

684
95

2053
1675
1296

1632
1043
454

916

2623
2244
1866

167

1991
1402
814

1461

3571
3193
2814
2436

713

2939
2350
1762
1173

2007

4141
3762
3384

1258

3299
2710
2121

1736
1025
1537
2049
2531
3074

1085
658
987
1317
1646
1975

* Consult factory for complete data sheets with dimensional information


** See page 33 for Actuator Torque Output for models ESA 600, 950, and 1600.

Spring Set Arrangement

C
F

CW -0.5

NOTE: This graphic for ESA


series only.

The actuator shaft


is shown rotated

91.5

C
Start

Air Stroke
E
Start

Spring Stroke
Spring Set #2
Mid Spring Only

D
End

D E
CCW 91

Pressure on Port "A"


Rotates shaft CCW.

0
90
Rotation
Counterclockwise
A

90
Rotation
Clockwise
Spring Set #4
Inner Spring
Outer Spring

B (Breather)

NOTE: This graphic also applies to models ESA 600, 900, and 1600 (torque
values on page 33).

Spring Set #3
Outer Spring Only

F
End

Spring Set #5
Mid Spring
Outer Spring

Spring Set #6
Inner Spring
Mid Spring
Outer Spring

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Spring Return Actuator PSA 500 through PSA 4004 for


NE-C, NE-I, NE-D and NF-C Butterfly Valves
Assembly Part Number
J024873-

Actuator Orientation

XX

Open

No. of Springs*

Actuator Size

Close

Valve Size

Orientation

8 Springs

500

06

See drawing

4"

10 Springs

750

07

See drawing

5" & 6"

12 Springs

1100

08

8"

14 Springs
(Standard)

2500

09

10"

4000

10

12"

4004

11

14"

16"

18"- 24"

* Select from
Torque Chart

Orientation 0
Spring Close
(Stroke C & F)

Orientation 3
Spring Open
(Stroke D & E)

Actuator Torque Output (In.-Lb.), Spring Return


Air Stroke Supply Pressure (psi)
Spring
Set No.

Actuator
Model

2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
8
10
12
14
8
10
12
14

ESA600**

ESA950**

ESA1600**

PSA2500

PSA4000

PSA4004

40

60

80

100

Spring
Stroke

120

1920
1296

2898
1986

4765
3245

7533
6460

11288

1183
193

1777
305

2988
579

3750
1731

3299

3531
2908
2287

5303
4391
3478

8741
7220
5699

13555
12482
11409
10336
21454
19282
17117

19156
16414

2794
1804
813

4182
2709
1237

6964
4554
2145

9772
7753
5734
3715
13465
9299
5133

11259
6542

5142
4520
3896
3276
2654
7708
6796
5883
4972
4059
12716
11195
9675
8153
6633

18504
17430
16357
31619
29451
27282
25114
29322
26579
23836
21093

4405
3415
2425
1435
444
6587
5114
3641
2168
696
10939
8530
6120
3710
1301

13775
11756
9737
23630
19464
15299
11133
21425
16708
11991
7273

6753
6131
5509
4887
4265
10113
9200
8289
7376
6464
16692
15171
13650
12129
10609

24525
23452
22379

39616
37447
35279
39487
36744
34001
31258

6017
5026
4036
3046
2055
8992
7519
6046
4573
3100
14914
12505
10095
7686
5277

19796
17778
15759

29630
25464
21298
31590
26873
22156
17439

8364
7742
7120
6496
5876
12518
11605
10694
9781
8869
20668
19147
17625
16105
14583

28401

47613
45444

46910
44167
41424

7628
6637
5647
4656
3666
11396
9924
8451
6978
5505
18890
16481
14071
11662
9252

21781

35629
31484

37038
32321
27604

1723
2584
3447
4308
5170
2562
3844
5126
6407
7688
4193
6289
8385
10481
12578
7558
9448
11338
13227
15596
19495
23395
27294
17661
22076
28491
30906

1083
1623
2165
2706
3247
1587
2381
3175
3968
4762
2646
3970
5293
6616
7939
3863
4629
5794
6760
7806
9758
11710
13661
9874
12343
14811
17280

* Consult factory for complete data sheets with dimensional information


C
F

NOTE: This graphic for PSA series only**

CW -0.5

Spring Arrangement

The actuator shaft


is shown rotated

91.5

C
Start

Air Stroke
E
Start

Spring Stroke

D
End

D E
CCW 91

Pressure on Port "A"


Rotates shaft CCW.

F
End

0
90
Rotation
Counterclockwise
A

90
Rotation
Clockwise

8 Springs

10 Springs

12 Springs

14 Springs

B (Breather)

** See page 32 for assembly part number and actuator graphic for the ESA 600, 900, and 1600.

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OS

Position Indicator Switches*


Position
Indicator
Position Indicator Switches are available to
Switch
provide an electrical contact closure at open
and closed positions, normally used for OnOff service. Independently adjustable SPDT
switch elements are arranged so that each end
of the valve travel is indicated by separate circuit closures.
E

weatherproof or NEMA 7 explosion-proof enclosures are available. Solenoid valves are available as 3-way valves for spring
return actuators or 4-way for double acting actuators. Four-way
solenoids are equipped with a push button manual override.
Exhaust metering valves are available to control opening and
closing speed of the butterfly valve.

OP

4-Way
Solenoid
Valve

Declutchable Manual
3-Way
Worm Gear Overrides Solenoid
Valve
Declutchable Manual Worm
Gear Overrides are available for
size 40 through 4004 DR actuators. Especially applicable to
spring return actuators, the handwheel can be engaged with a
special declutch lever to hold the valve in its last position until
the actuator is returned to automatic operation.

Positioners*
Pneumatic positioners are offered for modulating
service. The standard signal range is 3-15 psi, and
may be generated by temperature,
pressure or level controllers.
OPE
N

CL
OSE
D

OPE
N

Optional
Gage Block

CL
OSE
D

DEMCO

C C E S S O R I E S

Solenoid Valves*
Solenoid Valves are used to direct
supply air to the actuator to open and close the butterfly valve
at the command of an on/off electrical signal. Direct attachment
to the actuator through a manifold eliminates all external piping.
Pressure connections are 1/4 NPT. Standard voltage is 120
VAC; other voltages are available on special order. NEMA 4

Series DR Actuator Seal Kit


Seal Kits consist of all rubber seals, Declutch
Lever
bushings and guide bands required
to repair either double acting
Handwheel
or spring return actuators.

Manual
Override

Series DR Actuator Accessory Part Numbers


Actuator Size

E40 through E350

P500 through P4004

24877-021

24877-026

Valve Position Indicator Switch Assembly 2-SPDT.


Aluminum housing meets Nema 4, 6, 7, 8 & 9
Solenoid Valves for Double Acting Actuators

24495-004 (NEMA 4 120 VAC)


24495-007 (NEMA 7 120 VAC)

Solenoid Valves for Spring Return Actuators

24496-004 (NEMA 4 120 VAC)


24496-007 (NEMA 7 120 VAC)

Exhaust Metering Valves for Double Acting


Actuators with Solenoid Valve

5830-250 (2 Required)

Speed Control Valve Assembly for Spring


Return Actuators without Solenoid Valve

21604

Speed Control Valve Assembly for Spring


Return Actuators with Solenoid Valve

24876

Positioner Assembly, Pneumatic for Double


Acting Actuators 3 psi Close, 15 psi Open

2061835-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2061835-11-04 (Orientation 3)

2061836-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2061836-11-04 (Orientation 3)

Positioner Assembly, Pneumatic for Spring


Return Actuators 3 psi Close, 15 psi Open

2061837-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2061837-11-04 (Orientation 3)

2061838-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2061838-11-04 (Orientation 3)

Positioner Assembly, Electro Pneumatic for Double


Acting Actuators 4 MaDC Close, 20 MaDC Open

2139067-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2139067-11-04 (Orientation 3)

2139068-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2139067-11-04 (Orientation 3)

Positioner Assembly, Electro Pneumatic for Spring


Return Actuators 4 MaDC Close, 20 MaDC Open

2139069-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2139069-11-04 (Orientation 3)

2139070-12-04 (Orientation 0)
2139070-11-04 (Orientation 3)

Seal Repair Kit


Model No.

E40

E65

E100

E200

E350

P500

P750

2726023-01 2726023-02 2726023-03 2726023-04 2726023-05 17808-005 17808-006

Part No.

P1100

P2500

P4000

17808-007

17808-008

17808-009

Note: Declutchable manual override and dual stroke adjustment available for all actuators. Consult factory for pricing.
* Series DR Actuator auxiliary interface complies with NAMUR.
Consult factory for complete data sheets with dimensional information

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DEMCO

C T U AT O R S

Electric Actuators
Electric Actuators are particularly suitable for installation in
remote locations not provided with a pressurized air source.
Electric Actuators are fail in last position, and generally not
available as fail-safe.
Manual
Manual
Override
Override
Electric Actuators are powered
Model
Model
by a rugged high-torque, integral
10-90
100-800
reversible motor rated for 50%
duty cycle. All models feature

a disengageable manual override. Travel limit switches are set


at the factory for open and closed valve positions, and they can
also be used for end-of-travel light indication. Every unit has a
built-in thermal overload protector, an easily accessible, clearly
marked terminal strip, a visual
Manual Override
output shaft position indicator,
permanent lubrication, and can
be mounted and run in position.

Size 25 through 800

Size 1600 and 4000

Electric Actuator Part Number (order mounting assembly as separate part number, see table below)
XXXXX

XX

Model/Cycle Time (Sec.)

Voltage

Heater/Thermostat

10/10

03 100/16

45 250/16

65

10/30

07 100/30

47 250/30

67

25 Watt Heater/
1
70 Thermostat (3)

10/60

08 100/60

48 250/60

68

None

220 VAC /3 Ph
w/o Rev. Contactor(2) 6

50/10

23 160/8

52 800/30

77

50/30

27 160/16

55 800/60

78

440 VAC /3 Ph
w/ Rev. Contactor(2)

50/60

28 160/30

57 1600/55

16

90/5

31 160/60

58 4000/125 40

90/15

34 250/8

62

(1)

120 VAC/1 Ph

220 VAC /1 Ph(1)

220 VAC /3 Ph
w/o Rev. Contactor(2) 8

Enclosure & Brake


440 VAC /3 Ph
w/o Rev. Contactor(2) 9

Size

Number

10 through 800

2 SPDT(5)

4 SPDT

None

(4) Switches

are independently adjustable

(5) Standard

on sizes
100 through 800

Feedback Potentiometer
Ohm (1% Linearly)

NEMA 4 with Brake 3


(AC Only)
NEMA 7 with Brake 4
(AC Only)(6)

5065

Auxiliary Switches
15 amp/125 VAC (4)

1000

None

(1) 50%

Duty Cycle
Duty Cycle
(3) Recommended for outdoors, high humidity, low temperature, or modulating
(6) NEMA 7 models meet Classes I and II, Groups C-D-E-F and G requirements for hazardous locations.
(2) 25%

1600 through 4000

50651

Output Torque, Electric Actuators (Pounds-Inches) (1)


Actuator Size

Cycle Time
(In Seconds)

10

50

90

100

160

250

800

1600

4000

5
8
10
15
16
30
60
70
125

275
300
400
-

600
600
600
-

1000
1000
-

1500
1800
2500
-

1920
2000
2500
3000
-

3000
4000
5000
6000
-

10000
10000
-

21000
-

48000

Mounting Assemblies (2)


2"- 4"
5"- 6"
8"
10"
12"
14" through 30"

22903
22904
22905
22906
-

Valve
Size

22907
22908
22909
22910
22911
Consult Factory

22912
22913

Reduce torque output and increase cycle time 20% for 50 Hz operation
30 second minimum cycle time positioning service
(2) Consult factory for complete data sheets with dimensional information
(1)

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C T U AT O R S

DEMCO

Spring Diaphragm Actuators*


Spring Diaphragm Actuators have the characteristics of springreturn cylinders but are applicable to lower air supply pressures.
The larger area of the diaphragm as compared to a cylinder provides greater force from the same supply pressure. Demco Series
R diaphragm actuators for butterfly valves with drilled stems utilize a heavy-duty rack-and-pinion linkage to operate the valve.

Diaphragms are made with steel case and diaphragm plates,


Nylon-reinforced Buna-N diaphragm,
303 SS stem and Buna-N seals.
Rack-and-pinion components are
ductile
iron or
steel.

I A P H R A G M

Diaphragm Actuator Part Number


XXXXX

Actuator Orientation
Base Number

Service

From table
below

Air Pressure

Pneumatic

Diaphragm Size
DMC-35

DMC-50

DMC-80

DMC-80A

DMC-160A

DMC-160B

Valve Size

Orientation

3-15 psi

2"- 4"

20 psi

5" - 6"

1
5

30 psi

8"

40 psi

10"

12"

9
CCW

CCW

Close Counter-clockwise

Close Counter-clockwise

Open Counter-clockwise

Open Counter-clockwise

Diaphragm Actuator Assembly Part Numbers


Size

35

50

80

80A

160A

160B

Standard Actuator

23766-12xxx

23766-13xxx

23766-14xxx

23766-15xxx

23766-17xxx

23766-18xxx

Series R Diaphragm Actuator Torque Output (Inch-Pounds)


Supply Pressure, psi

DMC-35

DMC-50

DMC-80

DMC-80A

DMC-160A

DMC-160B

3-15

255

480

575

905

20

450

570

635

1605

30

545

705

1080

1890

2100

40

600

860

1800

3300

Series R Diaphragm Actuator Accessory Part Numbers


Without Visual Indicators
NEMA 4 & 4x Mechanical Switch

Weatherproof
Position Indicator
Switch Assemblies

NEMA 4 & 4x Proximity Switch

NEMA 4, 4x & 7 Mechanical Switch

Explosion Proof
Position Indicator
Switch Assemblies

NEMA 4, 4x &7 Proximity Switch

Positioner

3-15 psi....23099-011

With Visual Indicators

2-SPDT

23097-911

23097-111

2-DPDT

23097-921

23097-121

2-SPST

23097-931

23097-131

2-SPDT

23097-941

23097-141

2-SPDT

23098-911

23098-111

2-DPDT

23098-921

23098-121

2-SPST

23098-931

23098-131

2-SPDT

23098-941

23098-141

3-9 psi....23099-021

Filter Regulator

9-15 psi....23099-061

12826-001

Diaphragm Repair Kit

8417-102

8417-103

8417-104

8417-107

Note: Where a part number suffix contains an x (example: -xxx), the Assembly Part Number chart should be used to derive the desired option(s).
* Consult factory for complete data sheets with dimensional information

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Stem Extensions

E E S

A N D

Lengths from 3 inches to 16 feet are fabricated to order.


Torsional deflection of lengths over 16 feet requires special
design consideration and is available by special order only.

Fabricated from carbon steel or


stainless steel, stem extensions are
contained in a tubular housing.

How to Order, 2" 12"


X X X X X

DEMCO

D A P T E R S

How to Order, 14" 24"*

Base Part
Number

X X X

X X X X X

Length
(inches)

Base Part
Number

X X X 0 0

Length
(inches)

Description

2" 4"

5" 6"

8"

10"

12"

14"

16"

18" 20"

24"

Carbon Steel

23318

23319

23320

23321

23322

24529

24530

24531

24532

* Note: Consult factory for 30, 36", 42", 48" valve stem extensions.

Flanged Tees for 3 - way Butterfly Valve Assemblies


How to Order, Series 125 Cast Iron Flanged Tee
5 2 5 0

X X X

Base
Number

Size

2"

2-1/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

10"

12"

14"

16"

18"

20"

-008

-010

-012

-016

-020

-024

-032

-040

-048

-056

-064

-072

-080

3-way Adapter for Valves

Orientation

3-way adapter assemblies mechanically link two butterfly valves,


to close one while opening the other, with a single actuator.
Valves are commonly connected in this manner by assembling to
a flanged tee for diverting service.
3-way adapters for valves may be used with piston, cylinder,
diaphragm, or electric actuators, gear operators or manual handles.
How to Order, 14" 20"

How to Order, 2" 12"


X X X X X

XX

14165

Base Part
Number

Orientation

Valve Size

Base Part
Number

Established
at
Order Entry

See
Diagram

2"

6"

21/2"

8"

3"

10"

4"

12"

5"

XX

Orientation

Valve Size

14"

16"

18"

20"

See
Diagram

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DEMCO

N F O R M A T I O N

Pressure Rating
Three drop tight pressure ratings are offered for Demco
Butterfly Valves. Normally, 200 psi shutoff is used in butterfly
applications. However, 285 psi shutoff is optionally available
for higher pressure applications. For smaller actuator sizing, 50
psi valves offer reduced torque.
For minimum torque, throttling valves, which do not provide drop tight closure, are available.
Wafer valve connection

Vacuum Rating
Demco Butterfly Valves will seal against 10 microns of vacuum
(29.9 inches of mercury). For reduced torque and extended seat
life, 50 psi discs are recommended for the dry service conditions found in many vacuum applications.

Marking
Each valve is positively identified by marking and tagging
per MSS SP 25.

End-of-Line Service
Lug body valves may be used in end-of-line service, with
downstream piping removed. (Weld neck or socket flanges,
only, can be used for this service.) Since upstream pressure is
excluded between the flange and the seat face by the exclusive
Demco flange seal, there is no effective force to slide the seat
downstream. Demco Lug Butterfly Valves are recommended
for liquid service up to 200 psi with downstream piping
removed.
Lug body valves are recommended for isolation of pumps,
control devices or other system components which may need
to be removed for repair or replacement. Lug valves are also
suitable for installation at points from which piping expansions
may proceed. Such valves are normally blanked with blind
flanges, to protect the exposed seats, until new piping is
attached.

Actuation
Positive latch handles, worm gear operators and automatic
actuators are available and totally interchangeable on the
Demco valve.
The Demco top flange is dimensionally compatible with other
competitive butterfly valves. With optional utility top stem, the
Demco valve interchanges directly with competitive valves, allowing valve replacement without the need for new actuation.
Installation and Maintenance
Demco Butterfly Valves are bi-directional, with identical flowway from either face. To install, simply close the valve, insert
between flanges and make up with studs or cap screws. No regular maintenance or lubrication is ever required. Disassembly is
simple, for inspection or replacement of parts. Open the valve,
remove handle or actuator, remove tangential pins, pull out the
stems and push the disc and seat out of the body. Reassemble in
reverse order, with a small amount of general purpose non-hydrocarbon based lubricant on the outside of stems, seat and disc flats.
Steel or cast iron flanges of either raised or flat-faced type
are suitable for use with Demco Butterfly Valves. Plastic
flanges are subject to damage at installation by over-tightening
the bolting and may deflect or cup, resulting in flange leaks.
Refer proposed plastic flange installations to Demco Valve
Quotations Department for review and recommendation.
Throttling discs, with no seat interference, do not
provide a stem seal. Stem o-rings are provided for this
application. Flange gaskets assist the o-rings in 2"-12"
valves, and must be used with throttling discs, only.

Lug valve connection with downstream flange removed

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E N E R A L

E C H N I C A L

DEMCO

N F O R M A T I O N

This nomograph gives corresponding values for the parameters of


flow rate, valve size, disc angle and
pressure drop of Demco Butterfly
Valves in 1.0 specific gravity water
service at 68F.
The shaded portion of the nomograph represents line velocities
below 15 feet per second and is
normally used for valve sizing in
liquid applications.
Butterfly Valves are economical
throttling devices. Reliable throttling
can be attained at disc openings
from 25 to 70.
Sample Computation for Water
Water, with specific gravity of 1.0
and flow rate of 1200 gpm, through
6" Butterfly Valve. Required:
Pressure drop at full and 75 disc
opening.
Project horizontally from 1200
gpm to 6" valve curve. Project
vertically upward to full open valve
curve, then horizontally to read
0.35 psi pressure drop. Continue
upward projection to intersect 75
opening curve, then horizontally to
read 0.8 psi pressure drop.
Sample Computation for Air
Air, with density of 0.217 lbs./cu. ft.,
flow rate of 40,000 cu. ft./hr., through
5" Butterfly Valve. Required: Pressure drop through full open valve.
Disregarding change in gas condition by pressure drop across valve,
proceed from 40,000 cu. ft./hr., as in
liquid computation, to read 15 psi
pressure drop. Convert pressure
drop from water to air by multiplying
this value times the ratio of air-towater densities:
15 psi x 0.217 = 0.052 psi
62.4

To determine pressure drop for


any fluid, multiply value obtained
from the nomograph by the quotient
of the fluid density, in pounds per
cubic foot, divided by 62.4.

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E N E R A L

E C H N I C A L

DEMCO

N F O R M A T I O N

General Dimensions (inches), 2" 20"


Valve Size

Dimension
(Except Slip On)
A Schedule 40 Flange ID
(Slip On)
B Seal Diameter
C Raised Face Diameter
D Valve Body Diameter
E Seat OD
Threaded ANSI Socket & Slip On
F
Weld End, Lt. Wt. & ANSI
End-toGrooved
End
Socket, Lt. Wt.
GSeat ID
H Disc Chord*, Resilient Seated Valves
ANSI 150
J Outsideto-Outside
DEMCO Lt. Wt.
Resilient Seated-sq. in.
Throughput
Area
% Sch. 40 pipe
Number of Studs
Number of Cap Screws
Size of Studs or Cap Screws Threads per in.
Length of Studs
Length of Cap Screws

2"

21/2"

3"

4"

5"

6"

8"

10"

12"

14"

16"

18"

20"

2.07
2.44
2.65
3.62
4.12
3.12
33/4
63/4
65/8
23/4
21/4
1.467
3.25
2.75
2.33
70%
4
8

2.47
2.94
3.15
4.12
4.87
3.62
41/8
73/8
73/16
27/8
213/16
2.144
3.62
2.87
3.92
82%
4
8

3.07
3.57
3.78
5.00
5.37
4.25
41/4
73/8
71/8
27/8
35/16
2.743
3.75
2.87
5.93
80%
4
8

4.03
4.57
4.78
6.18
6.87
5.25
43/4
81/8
77/8
31/8
43/16
3.601
4.00
3.12
10.01
79%
8
16

5.05
5.66
5.84
7.31
7.75
6.31
51/8
91/4
815/16
31/4
51/16
4.582
4.12
3.25
14.98
73%
8
16

6.07
6.72
7.03
8.50
8.75
7.46
53/8
91/4
87/8
31/4
61/16
5.624
4.25
3.25
22.09
76%
8
16

7.98
8.72
8.96
10.62
11.00
9.43
61/16
109/16
103/16
39/16
715/16
7.428
4.81
3.56
39.43
79%
8
16

10.02
10.88
11.09
12.75
13.37
11.56
65/8
103/4
105/16
41/4
10
9.382
5.12
4.25
61.52
78%
12
24

12.00
12.88
13.09
15.00
16.12
13.56
75/8
121/4
1113/16
43/4
1115/16
11.35
5.75
4.75
89.54
80%
12
24

13.25
14.14
14.14
16.25
17.20
15.14
71/2
13

41/2
135/32
12.86
5.75
4.50
111.2
82%
12
24

15.25
16.16
16.16
18.50
19.27
17.04
9
14

51/2
157/32
14.72
6.87
5.50
150.5
85%
16
32

17.25
18.18
18.18
21.00
21.43
19.06
913/16
157/16

515/16
175/32
16.61
7.56
5.94
186.1
83%
16
32

19.25
20.20
20.20
23.00
23.60
21.08
1011/16
165/16

67/16
195/32
18.53
8.31
6.43
238.1
87%
20
40

-11 5/8"-11 5/8"-11 5/8"-11 3/4"-10 3/4"-10 3/4"-10

5/8"

5
11/2

51/2
11/2

51/2
11/2

53/4
13/4

DEMCO Butterfly Valves are designed to seal without flange gaskets


against flange faces with inside diameters between slip-on flange
bore and Schedule 40 weld neck flange bore.

61/2
13/4

61/2
2

7
21/4

-9

7/8"

71/2
21/4

-9

7/8"

81/4
21/2

1"-8

1"-8 11/8"-7 11/8"-7

81/4
21/2

10
31/4

101/2 113/4
31/2
4

*2"12" disc will open into Schedule 80 pipe ID.

General Dimensions (inches), 24" 48"


Valve Size

Dimension

24"

A Standard Flange ID
(Except Slip On)
B Seal Diameter
C Raised Face Diameter
D Valve Body Diameter
E Seat OD
FEnd-to-End Weld End,
ANSI
GSeat ID
H Disc Chord
J Outside-to-Outside,
ANSI
Number of Studs
Number of Cap Screws
Size of Cap
Screws -Threads per in.
Length of Studs
Length of Cap Screws
sq. in.
Throughput
Area
% std. pipe

30"

(1)

36"(1)

42"(1)

48"(1)

23.25 29.25 35.25 41.25 47.25


24.25 30.00 35.94 42.97 49.38
27.25

28.23 34.05 40.49

25.49 31.47 37.63 45.61 52.31


18.00 16.75 18.63 21.13 22.31
231/4 295/16 355/16 413/32 475/16
22.57 28.67 34.70 40.02 46.15
9.75
20
40

10.75 12.63 15.13 16.31


*
56

**
64

11/4"-7 11/4"-7 11/2"-6


121/2
4
352.4
88%

*
4
546
81%

**
4
800
82%

1079
81%

1447
83%

** 24 Studs 11/4 -8 131/2; 8 capscrews 11/4 -7 4.


** 28 Studs 11/2-8 16; 8 capscrews 11/2 -6 4.
32 Studs 11/2-8 18; 8 capscrews 11/2 -6 4.
36 Studs 11/2-8 191/2; 16 capscrews 11/2 -6 41/4.
(1)Dimensions are for ASME Class 150 Series A flanges.
Consult factory for MSS SP-44 flanges.

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E N E R A L

E C H N I C A L

DEMCO

N F O R M A T I O N

Flow Coefficients (Cv)


Degree
Open

Valve Size
2"

21/2"

3"

4"

90

145

225

325

590

1,125 1,950 3,250 5,000

80

115

175

260

510

1,000 1,650 2,725 4,300 6,050

75

95

135

215

410

830

1,350 2,200 3,600 5,000

6,700

9,500 12,100 15,000 21,000 31,500 48,000

70

70

105

160

305

625

1,030 1,750 2,750 4,050

5,100

7,100

9,200 11,500 16,500 25,500 39,500

60

53

83

125

235

490

800

4,100

5,100

7,100

8,700 11,750 18,000 28,000

50

27

42

63

120

250

410

700

2,200

2,650

3,700

4,600

6,100

9,700 15,000

40

17

26

38

73

155

250

420

670

1,000

1,300

1,700

2,300

2,800

3,800

6,000

9,200

30

15

22

42

88

145

250

390

550

750

900

1,250

1,600

2,200

3,500

5,300

25

10

15

28

60

98

170

260

380

500

650

900

1,125

1,500

2,300

3,500

5"

6"

10"

12"

1,150 1,600

24"

30"

36"

Pressure (max) = Interrupted velocity (fps) 58 psi/fps

Pressure drop is computed by rearranging the formula to:

In other words, pressure increases 58 psi for each foot per


second of interrupted pipe line velocity.
A pipe carrying fluid at 15 feet per second velocity will
have an instantaneous pressure increase of 870 psi under rapid
closure conditions.
The effects of water hammer are seen in a butterfly valve as
bent disc and stems, broken bodies or both.
Water hammer can be minimized or eliminated by slowing
valve closure time in accordance with the following formula:

Q2 x D
CV2 x 62.4

Sample Computations
What is the flow rate of water at ambient temperature through
a 4" butterfly valve 70 open when pressure drop across the
valve is 0.5 psi? (Density of water at 68F is 62.4 pounds per
cubic foot.)
P x 62.4
D

Time seconds =

0.5 x 62.4
D

= 305 x

20"

Water Hammer
Water hammer is a series of shocks in a piping system caused
by rapidly stopping the flow of fluid in that system. Although it
is difficult to measure pressure spikes caused by water hammer
shock with ordinary equipment, maximum obtainable pressures
caused by instantaneous valve closure can be approximated by
the following formula:

P x 62.4
D

Q = CV x

18"

8,100 11,500 14,300 18,000 25,000 38,000 60,000

1,300 2,150 3,100

Where:
Q = Gallons per minute of flow through the valve.
P = Pounds per square inch pressure drop across the valve.
D = Density of fluids in pounds per cubic foot.

P =

16"

7500 10,000 13,600 18,000 22,600 30,000 47,000 70,000

Cv values, given above, may be employed in the formula:


Q = CV x

14"

0.14 Q
S (P)

Where:
= 305

0.707

Q = 215.6 gallons per minute

What is the pressure drop across an 8" butterfly valve fully


open, flowing 2000 gallons per minute of solvent with a density
of 55 pounds per cubic foot?
P =

Flow in gpm.
Upstream pipe size in sq. ft.
Pressure rating of the valve in psi.

Generally, a closing time of 6 to 8 seconds is sufficient to


eliminate water hammer.

Q2 x D
CV2 x 62.4
(2000)2 x 55
(3250)2 x 62.4

 P = 0.33 pounds per square inch

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E N E R A L

E C H N I C A L

N F O R M A T I O N

Cavitation Data

output must meet or exceed the maximum torque requirement


of the valve.
Normal Wet Opening Torque requirements due to interference are tabulated below. Dry service will increase opening
torque significantly. Consult factory for dry service torque
requirements.
The disc of a butterfly valve, in partially opened condition,
is subject to lift forces from passage of fluid over its surfaces.
This effect is analogous to an airplane wing and results in an
unbalanced turning force on the disc. Dynamic torque is proportional to pressure drop through the valve and may become
significant in some applications.
Dynamic torque typically is a maximum at about 70 disc
opening. Under high differential pressure conditions, such
torque may exceed the design strength of stems, connections or
actuators. The curves at right may be used to calculate dynamic
torque for Demco Butterfly Valves and should be consulted in
any case where high differential pressure may occur during
operation of a valve.

Liquid flow is accelerated as it passes through a valve in such


a manner that pressure is decreased below the vapor pressure
and bubbles form. Immediately downstream of the valve,
velocity decreases while pressure increases and the bubbles
collapse causing noise and possible mechanical damage to the
valve and piping. This is called cavitation. Cavitation can
often be identified by the noise of the collapsing bubbles
which sounds like gravel flowing in the pipe.
Generally butterfly valves operate with high flow capacities and at low pressure differentials and are not particularly
susceptible to cavitation.
When butterfly valves are used as control valves, one can
assure that cavitation will not occur by applying the following
simplified formula:
Pmax = KC ( P 1 P V )

Where:
Pmax = Differential pressure across the valve.
KC

DEMCO

= Cavitation constant
(approximately .35 for butterfly
valves).

P1

= Inlet pressure (PSIA).

PV

= Vapor pressure of the flowing liquid


(PSIA).

Example:
What is the maximum pressure drop possible through a butterfly valve at 100 PSIG inlet pressure with water at 68F (.339
PSIA vapor pressure)?
Pmax = .35 (114.7 .339)
= 40.03 psi

Under the above conditions it is possible to take a 40.03 psi


pressure drop across the valve before cavitation will begin.

Torque
The torque (turning effort) required to operate a given butterfly valve is determined by two factors: friction of disc and seat
due to interference, and dynamic forces of flow through the
valve which tend to open or close the valve. Actuator torque
Normal Wet Opening Torque of Resilient Seated Butterfly Valves (In-Lbs)**
Valve Size

Description

21/2

285 psi Shutoff

225

326

510

765

1190 1530 2550

4125 7000

200 psi Shutoff

132

192

300

450

700

900

1500

2650 4500 7740 10280 12600 15600 30000 50000 67500 107000 155000

50 psi shutoff

108

108

192

264

450

550

1000

1800 3000 4500

6500

8400

10800 20000 30000 50000 70000

Throttling*

72

72

90

108

144

180

350

700

2800

3400

5000

10

12

16

18

20

24

30

36

42

48

1160 1660

** When line velocity exceeds 15 fps, dynamic torque will exceed


tabulated torque for throttling valves.
** Consult factory for dry torques.

14

8400

14"24": 250 psi shutoff (14"-24": 250PSIconsult factory).


14"24": 150 psi shutoff; 30"36": 150 psi shutoff.

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T A N D A R D

A T E R I A L

DEMCO

A T A

Bodies
Description

NE-C

NF-C
14-24

NF-C
30 & 36

Lug

Lug

Wafer/Lug

NF-C
42 & 48

NE-I

NE-D

Wafer

Wafer

NE-I
Sanitary

NEI-T

See page 21 for Assembly Part Number


A395 (60-40-18)

Ductile Iron

ENC Coated
A48 (Class 20)

Gray Iron

Wafer

Wafer/Lug
Wafer/Lug

Wafer/Lug

Wafer

A48 (Class 30)


A126 (Class B)

Wafer

Bronze

B148 (952)

C/F
Lug

Flange
Wafer/Lug

Wafer/Lug Wafer/Lug

Steel

A216 (WCB)

Wafer/Lug

Wafer/Lug

Stainless Steel

A351 (CF8M)

Wafer/Lug

Wafer/Lug Wafer/Lug

Aluminum

B179 (ZC-81A)

Wafer

Wafer

Wafer

NE-I
Sanitary

NEI-T

Discs
Description

NE-C

NF-C
14-24

NF-C
30 & 36

NF-C
42 & 48

NE-I

NE-D

NE-I

NE-D

NE-I
Sanitary

See page 21 for Assembly Part Number


Ductile Iron/
Nickel Plated

A536 (65-45-12)

Ductile Iron/
SS Edge

A536 (65-45-12)

Ductile Iron/
PVF Coated

A536 (65-45-12)

B148 (954)

Aluminum Bronze

B148 (955)
316 SS

A743 (CF8M)

Monel

QQ-N-288

Alloy 20,
29 NI-20 Cr

A743 (CN-7M)

Hastelloy C
61 NI-17 Mo-17 Cr

A494 (CW-2M)

Stems
Description

NE-C

NF-C
14-24

NF-C
30 & 36

NF-C
42 & 48

NEI-T

See page 21 for Assembly Part Number


416 SS

QQ-S-764-B

316 SS

AMS 5648 B

17-4 PH SS

AMS 5643

Monel

B164 (Class A)

Conforms to USCG Marine requirements as outlined in 46 C.F.R., part 56.


See material trademark on page 47.

Consult factory for special material requirements.

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T A N D A R D

A T E R I A L

DEMCO

A T A

Seats
VITON 1 is excellent at elevated temperatures and also in harsh
chemical environments. Viton is not suitable for hot water or steam.
+20F to +300F
Same as Fluoroelastomer

See pages 30 and 31 for seat material description and part number scheme for available options for different valve series.
Buna N is a general purpose elastomer compounded for maximum hydrocarbon or petroleum resistance.
0F to +180F
Same as Nitrile, Hycar 1, NBR

NATURAL RUBBER is generally superior to other elastomers


in abrasion resistance and is recommended for dry material
handling. Use in oils and solvents is not recommended.
30F to +150F

GENERAL SERVICE EPT is recommended for water service.


Resistance to saturated steam to 275F is excellent. EPT is suitable
in alkaline solutions. EPT is not suitable for oil or hydrocarbons.
Peroxide cured +20F to +275F

FLUOROSTEAM seats offer heat and chemical resistance to


hydrocarbons and hot water or saturated steam. Maximum temperature capability is dependent on fluid resistance, pressure
and flow rates.
+20F to +275F

FOOD GRADE EPT is formulated in compliance with FDA


guidelines published in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title
21, paragraph 177.2600. This material is suitable for food service, except milk and edible oils.
Peroxide cured +20F to +275F
Same as EPDM, Nordel1
Sulfur cured 30F to +225F

ETM30230 is compounded to combine many of the better


media properties of Buna-N, EPT or Neoprene for service in
hydrocarbons, gasoline, solvents, animal oils and vegetable oils
with a wide temperature range (30F to 230F). Abrasion
resistance is equal to Buna-N. Resistance to hydrogen sulfide
and carbon dioxide are superior to Buna-N.
30F to +230F

BLACK NEOPRENE complies with FDA guidelines and is


principally recommended for food and beverage service. It is
resistant to vegetable oils, brine and oxygen.
0F to +180F
Same as Polychloroprene, CPE

NEI-T TEFLON 1 SEAT is Buna-N, or EPT elastomer bonded


to a virgin TFE covering providing an inert, aseptic non-stick
surface which is excellent for sanitary food service applications.
0F to +250F

WHITE NEOPRENE offers chemical resistance comparable


to black neoprene but uses fillers other than carbon black to
provide white coloration. Physical properties are not as good as
black neoprene, and white neoprene should be used only when
black cannot be tolerated. Storage should be under low light
conditions to prevent discoloration.
0F to +180F

OTHER SEAT ELASTOMERS are available for special


applications. Consult factory.

HYPALON 1 is compounded for chemical resistance and is


excellent in acids and hydrocarbons.
0F to +180F
Same as CPE

1 See material trademark on page 47.

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Any repair work performed by Seller is warranted for one year from completion of such
repairs and applies only to work performed.
If, within these specified periods, Seller
receives notice from Buyer of any alleged
defect in or nonconformance of any product
or repair and if in the Sellers sole judgment
the product or repair does not conform or
is found to be defective in material or workmanship, then, Buyer shall, at Sellers request,
return the part or product F.O.B. to Sellers
designated plant or service location. Seller,
at its option and expense, shall repair or
replace the defective part or product, or
repay to Buyer the full price paid by Buyer
for such defective part, repair or product.
Any repayment of purchase price shall be
without interest.
Sellers warranty liability, including defects
caused by Sellers negligence, shall be limited
to such repair, replacement or refund, and
shall not include claims for labor costs, expenses of Buyer resulting from such defects, recovery under general tort law or strict liability or
for damages resulting from delays, loss of use,
or other direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages of any kind. Seller will not
be responsible for failures of products which
have been in any way tampered with or
altered by anyone other than an authorized
representative of Seller, failures due to lack of
compliance with recommended maintenance
procedures or products which have been
repaired or altered in such a way (in Sellers
judgment) as to affect the products adversely.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, STATUTORY OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
PARTICULAR PURPOSE WHICH EXCEED THE
FOREGOING WARRANTY.

9. NUCLEAR SALES:
The products sold hereunder are not designed
or manufactured for use in or with any atomic
installation or activity. If the Buyer or ultimate
user of these products intends to use them in
such an installation or activity, Sellers Nuclear
Terms of Sale shall be part of and control this
contract. Seller will furnish Buyer with a copy
of its Nuclear Terms of Sale upon request.

10. PATENT INFRINGEMENT:


Seller warrants that the use or sale of material
or apparatus sold or rented by it to Buyer
hereunder will not infringe United States
patents of others covering such material or
apparatus by itself, and hereby agrees to
indemnify Buyer against judgment for damages for such infringement of any such patent,
provided that Buyer shall, upon receipt of any
claim for infringement of any such patent or
threat of suit for such infringement or upon
the filing of any suit for infringement,
whichever comes first, promptly notify Seller
in writing and afford Seller full opportunity, at
its option and its own expense, to answer such
claim or threat of suit, assume the control of
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price.

than court-awarded judgments as aforesaid


Seller shall not be liable for any delays, loss of
use or for other direct, indirect, incidental or
consequential damages incurred by reason of
any such judgment. Seller does not warrant
that such material or apparatus (a) will not
infringe any such patent when not manufactured by or for Seller or when specially made
in whole or in part to the Buyers design specification and such infringement arises from
the inclusion of such specified design or (b),
if used or sold in combination with other
material or apparatus, or if used in the
practice of a process, will not, as a result of
such combination or use, infringe any patent
covering such combination or process; and
Seller shall not be liable for and does not
indemnify Buyer for damages or losses of any
nature whatsoever resulting from actual or
alleged patent infringement arising pursuant
to (a) or (b) above.

16. TRANSPORTATION CHARGES,


ALLOWANCES, CLAIMS:
All prices are F.O.B. Sellers plant or other
designated shipping point.
No freight is allowed unless stated in
Sellers quotation (if any) or in a written
contract which may exist between Seller and
Buyer at the time of shipment. If Sellers quotation or a written contract states that all or a
portion of freight is allowed, all prices are
F.O.B. Sellers plant or other designated shipping point, with most economical surface
transportation allowed. If the quoted or contractual price includes transportation, Seller
reserves the right to designate the common
carrier and to ship in the manner it deems
most economical. Added costs due to special
routing requested by the Buyer are chargeable
to the Buyer. Under no circumstances is any
freight allowance which is absorbed by Seller
to be deducted from the selling price. If the
quoted price or contract includes transportation, no deduction will be made in lieu thereof
whether Buyer accepts shipment at plant,
warehouse, freight station, or otherwise
supplies its own transportation. When sales
are made from the Sellers warehouse, Seller
reserves the right to charge either actual or
pro-rated freight from Sellers principle point
of manufacture to Sellers warehouse. Buyer
assumes risk of loss upon delivery to the carrier, regardless of who pays shipping costs.
Seller endeavors to pack or prepare all
shipments so that they will not break, rust or
deteriorate in transit, but does not guarantee
against such damage. Unless requested in
writing by the Buyer, no shipments are insured
by Seller against damage or loss in transit.
Seller will place insurance as nearly as possible
in accordance with Buyers written instructions
but in such case Seller acts only as agent
between the insurance company and the
Buyer and assumes no liability whatsoever.
Any claims for shipping loss, breakage or
damage (obvious or concealed) are Buyers
responsibility and should be made to the
carrier. All claims regarding shortages must be
made within thirty (30) days from receipt of
shipment and must be accompanied by the
packing list(s) covering the shipment.

11. SELLERS RIGHT TO


MANUFACTURE:
Seller in its sole discretion shall have the right
to manufacture the products provided hereunder as far in advance of its estimated shipping
schedule as it deems appropriate. Seller
expressly reserves the right to change or modify the design and construction of any product
in due course of Sellers manufacturing procedure without incurring any obligation or liability to furnish or install such changes, modifications or improvements to products previously
or subsequently sold.

12. ENGINEERING AND SERVICE:


Upon request, Seller will provide engineering
and/or technical information regarding its
products and their uses and, if feasible, will
provide personnel to assist Buyer in effecting
field installations and/or field service. Any such
information, service or assistance so provided,
whether with or without charge, shall be
advisory only. In that regard, neither Seller
nor Buyer assumes any liability for the acts or
omissions of the other party except as may be
provided in these terms.

13. LABOR STANDARDS:


Seller hereby certifies that these products were
produced in accordance with all applicable
requirements of Section 6, 7 and 12 of the
Fair Labor Standards Act as amended and of
regulations and orders of the United States
Department of Labor issued under Section 14
thereof.

17. CONSULAR INVOICES:


Consular fees for legalizing invoices, stamping
bills of lading, or other documents required
by the laws of any country or destination are
not included in quotations or selling prices. If
instructed in writing, Seller will make arrangements for consular documents and declarations
as agent of the Buyer, but Seller assumes no
liability whatsoever as a result of making such
arrangements. Seller assumes no responsibility
for any fines or other charges imposed due to
errors or incorrect declarations.

14. INSPECTION:
Unless otherwise agreed in writing, final
inspection and acceptance of products must
be made at Sellers plant or other shipping or
receiving point designated by Seller and shall
be conclusive except as regards latent defects.
Buyers representatives may inspect at the
Sellers plant or shipping point during working
hours prior to shipment in such manner as will
not interfere with operations.

18. INDEMNIFICATION AND


LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:

Title to the products sold hereunder passes


to Buyer upon payment of the full purchase

19. MODIFICATION, RESCISSION


& WAIVER:
The terms herein may not be modified or
rescinded nor any of its provisions waived
unless such modification, rescission or waiver
is in writing and signed by an authorized
employee of Seller at its office in Houston,
Texas.
Failure of Seller to insist in any one or
more instances upon the performance of any
of the terms and conditions of the contract or
the failure of Seller to exercise any of its rights
hereunder shall not be construed as a waiver
or relinquishment of any such term, condition,
or right hereunder and shall not affect Sellers
right to insist upon strict performance and
compliance with regard to any unexecuted
portions of this contract or future performance of these terms and conditions.
All orders must be accepted by an
authorized employee of Seller. The rights
and duties of the parties and construction
and effect of all provisions hereof shall be
governed by and construed according to the
internal laws of the State of Texas. Any disputes
which arise under this agreement shall be
venued in the District Court of Harris County,
Texas or in the Southern District of Texas.

A. INDEMNIFICATION:
Seller agrees to indemnify Buyer and hold
Buyer harmless against any claims, demands

15. TITLE:

or causes of action for property damage or


personal injury (including death) caused by
the negligent act or omission of any employee, agent or subcontractor of Seller and not
contributed to by the negligence of Buyer,
its employees, its agents or any third party.
Seller shall not be responsible for the acts and
workmanship of employees, agents, contractors
or subcontractors of Buyer or any third party,
nor for failure or malfunction of any tools,
materials, equipment, products, supplies,
facilities or devices not manufactured and
supplied by Seller. Buyer agrees to hold Seller
harmless from any and all losses, claims, or
damages arising from subsurface damage,
surface damage caused by subsurface damage,
loss of hydrocarbons and from pollution,
regardless of whether such damages, losses or
claims were caused by the negligence or sole
negligence of Seller, it being the intent of the
parties that this indemnity shall apply to property of Buyer or to that of any third party.
B. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY:
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SELLER BE
LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS,
LOSS OF USE OF EQUIPMENT OR OF ANY
INSTALLATION, SYSTEM OR FACILITY INTO
WHICH SELLERS EQUIPMENT MAY BE LOCATED OR AT WHICH SELLER, ITS AGENT OR SUBCONTRACTOR MAY BE PERFORMING WORK.
Sellers total responsibility for any claims,
damages, losses or liabilities arising out of or
related to its performance of this contract or
the products or services covered hereunder
shall not exceed the purchase price.

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N F O R M A T I O N

References in this catalog to registered trademarks or product


designations, which are owned by Cooper Cameron Corporation
are as follows:
Cameron
Demco
DynaCentric
DynaSeal
Foster
Pow-R-Seal
Saf-T-Seal
Thornhill Craver
Unibolt
W-K-M

References in this catalog to registered trademarks or product


designations, which are not owned by Cooper Cameron
Corporation are as follows:
Celcon
Delrin
Fluorel
Hastelloy
Hycar
Hydrin
Hypalon
Inconel
Monel
Nordel
Stellite
Teflon
Viton

Hoechst Celanese Corporation


E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company
Haynes International, Inc.
Hydrocarbon Chemical and Rubber Company
Zeon Chemicals USA, Inc.
E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
INCO Nickel Sales, Inc.
INCO Alloys International, Inc.
E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
Stoody Deloro Stellite, Inc.
E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company
E. I. Dupont De Nemours & Company

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USA
Cooper Cameron Valves
16500 South Main Street
Missouri City, TX 77489-1300
Phone: 281-499-8511
Fax: 281-499-6965
UK
Cooper Cameron Valves
Houstoun road
Livingston, West Lothian
Scotland, EH545BZ
Phone: 441-506-444-000
Fax: 441-506-441-320
Canada
Cooper Cameron Corporation
715-5th Ave. S.W. #600
Calgary, Alberta T2P 2X6
Canada
Phone: 403-261-2800
Fax: 403-262-5181
Mexico
Cooper Cameron de Mexico
S.A. de C.V.
Avenida Homero 1804,
Suite 403
Col. Chapultepec Morales,
11510 Mexico, D.F. Mexico.
Phone: 52-5-580-0296
Fax: 52-5-395-8669

Argentina
Cameron Argentina S.A.I.C.
Av. Antartida Argentina 2711
CC No. 2
2800 Zarate, Pica Buenos Aires
Phone: 54-487-22297
Fax: 54-487-23404
Singapore
Cooper Cameron (Singapore)
Pte. Ltd.
No. 2 Gul Circle
Jurong Industrial Estate
Locked Bag Service No. 3
Jurong Town Post Office
Singapore 2262
Republic of Singapore
Phone: 65-861-3355
Fax: 65-861-6197
France
Cameron France, S.A.
Plaine Sainte-Pierre
CS 620
34535 Beziers Cedex
Beziers, France
Phone: 33-467-111500
Fax: 33-467-111600

Other Locations
Austria
Australia
Brazil
Brunei
Chile
Congo
Egypt
England
Gabon
Germany
Hungary
Indonesia
Ireland
Japan
Malaysia
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Poland
Qatar
Russia
Saudi Arabia
UAE
Venezuela

COOPER CAMERON
VA LV E S
16500 South Main Street
Missouri City, TX 77489
281 499 8511
800 323 9160
www.ccvalve.com

Cooper Cameron Corporation, Cooper Cameron Valves Division Printed in USA 1/01 TC1461