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Technical Data for: HBE Recirculation Valves
Technical Data for:
HBE Recirculation Valves

Automatic Recirculation Valves

One Step Centrifugal Pump Minimum Flow Protection

HPM Series

Step Centrifugal Pump Minimum Flow Protection HPM Series ENGINEERING Inc. 205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI
Step Centrifugal Pump Minimum Flow Protection HPM Series ENGINEERING Inc. 205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI

ENGINEERING Inc.

205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI 49093 USA

Phone: 616-279-2035

Fax: 616-278-6745

Centrifugal Pumps Require Protection

If you use centrifugal pumps for any liquid-boiler feed water, condensate, or process fluids, a significant investment has been made in the pump, driver and related controls. Minimum flow protection is vital upon pump start up and low demand conditions. If reliable protection does not exist, the following unfavorable effects can interfere with the performance and reliable operation of the pump.

The liquid’s temperature will rise due to friction and hydraulic losses within the pump. Figure 2a illustrates the temperature rise in relationship to the H-Q curve. The curve indicates that at or near the best efficiency point, the temperature rise is minimal and not significant to the pump operation. The

process flow removes the generated heat from the pump. The temperature increases as the flow through the pump is reduced. Frictional and hydraulic losses generate heat, while the quantity of fluid to which this heat is transmitted is reduced. The rise in temperature results in the formation of vapor. The elevated temperature / vapor pressure of the liquid results in problems ranging from damaged seals and bearings to complete failure of the rotating element.

Internal recirculation within the pump, often termed incipient recirculation, can cause a form of cavitation leading to impeller damage. Internal recirculation is illustrated in Figures 2b and 2c.

High specific speed pumps have power curves which rise as the flow reduces. If adequate flow is not maintained, motor overload will result.

Internal recirculation occurs within this operating area

H-Q Curve Capacity Minimum Flow for Thermal Protection Minimum Flow Head
H-Q Curve
Capacity
Minimum Flow
for Thermal
Protection
Minimum Flow
Head

for Stable

Operation

Figure 2b

H-Q Curve Pumping Temperature: 250°F Specific Gravity: 0.943 2200 40 2000 35 1800 30 1600
H-Q Curve
Pumping Temperature: 250°F
Specific Gravity: 0.943
2200
40
2000
35
1800
30
1600
25
1400
20
1200
15
1000
10
Temperature Rise
800
5
600
0
400
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
Total Head (ft.)
Temperature Rise ( ° F)

Capacity (GPM)

Typical characteristic curve of a multistage centrifugal pump illustrating temperature rise versus capacity.

Figure 2a

Entering Flow Recirculating Flow
Entering Flow
Recirculating Flow

Pump impeller section illustrating the recirculation of liquid at the inlet during operation at low flows.

Figure 2c

Minumum Flow Protection Methods

Centrifugal pumps can be protected by one of three methods:

Continuous Recirculating System

The desired minimum flow volume is recirculated regardless of the system demand for fluid. Fixed orifices reduce the pressure before discharging. Continuous recirculating provides reliable pump protection, however, it is very inefficient and costly. The pump and driver must be sized to allow for the additional flow that is recirculating even when the flow demand rate exceeds the required minimum flow. See Figure 3a.

Instrument Controlled System

Recirculating occurs only when the process flow demand drops below the required minimum flow rate. Instrument controlled systems eliminate the inefficient and costly to operate constant recirculating systems. However, the necessary system components; check valve, flow meter, pressure reducing valve and related piping result in a considerable expense to purchase, install and maintain. See Figure 3b.

HBE Automatic Recirculating Valves

The automatic recirculating valve performs all flow sensing, bypass pressure reduction, reverse flow protection and modulating recirculating flow in an integral three port valve. The valve performs the same function of an instrumented system without the multitude of components, piping connections and system design expense. The valve is flow operated and does not require any air or electricity to operate. See Figure 3c.

To

Process Mainline Fluid Control Source Valve Bypass Pressure Breakdown Orifice Mainline Check Valve
Process
Mainline
Fluid
Control
Source
Valve
Bypass Pressure
Breakdown Orifice
Mainline
Check
Valve

Pump

Continuous Recirculation System (very wasteful of energy)

Figure 3a

To

Process Mainline Fluid Control Source Valve Breakdown Orifice Bypass Control Valve Solenoid Valve FIC
Process
Mainline
Fluid
Control
Source
Valve
Breakdown
Orifice
Bypass
Control
Valve
Solenoid
Valve
FIC
Mainline
Check
Flow
Valve
Meter

Pump

Conventional Multi-Component System (many components to install and maintain)

Figure 3b

To

Process Mainline Control Valve HBE Engineering Combination Fluid Recirculation and Source Check Valve Anti-Flash
Process
Mainline
Control
Valve
HBE Engineering
Combination
Fluid
Recirculation and
Source
Check Valve
Anti-Flash
Valve

Pump

HBE Engineering System (simple, energy efficient and reliable)

Figure 3c

HBE HPM Automatic Recirculation Valve ANSI Class 600-2500

Introduction

The HPM Series Automatic Recirculation Valve was developed for high pressure centrifugal pump protection. Popular applications include boiler feed water, petroleum fluids, and steel mill hot strip descale water.

The HPM provides economical and reliable protection against low and reverse flow. By combining the functions of main line check valve, flow sensing element, bypass flow control, bypass

pressure reduction, pulsation dampener and bypass line check valve, the valve eliminates at least seven components necessary with a conventional system. The valve operates without air or electric power and is easily installed with three connections.

Principle of Operation

The valve is installed on or close to the pump discharge, just as an ordinary check valve would be. Upon pump start- up and without process demand, the

bypass is completely open, recirculating the necessary minimum flow. Once process demand starts, the spring loaded disc is lifted and held in position by flow demand. Until main flow demand exceeds recommended minimum flow, the valve will modulate. As the main flow demand increases beyond recommended minimum flow, the bypass will close and all flow will go to the process.

One Valve–Many Functions

4 1 2 3 5
4
1
2 3
5

The HPM Series Automatic Recirculation Valve is the one valve that provides at least five essential functions.

Following are those functions:

1. Check Valve Disc prevents reverse flow and positions

the bypass for open, closed or modulating flow by detecting the process flow demand.

2. Bypass modulates open when main flow demand falls below the recommended minimum pump flow. Multiple stage pressure reduction prevents flashing/cavitation.

3. Flow Straightener eliminates turbulent discharge. Fluid exits valve as a spray rather than a jet. Reduces erosive wear on downstream piping.

4. Integral Pulsation Dampener protects system from waterhammer if sudden changes in flow demand occur.

5. Integral Check Valve in bypass prevents reverse flow when bypass is routed into a common return line.

Materials of Construction

Pos.

Description

   

Material

Specification

01

Lower Body

 

A105 Carbon Steel

ASME A 105 ASME A 105 ASME A 105 ASTM A 582 AISI 302 ASTM A 582 ASTM A 276 ASME A 105

02

Upper Body

A105 Carbon Steel

03

Valve Stem Guide

A105 Carbon Steel

04

Guide Bolt

416

Stainless Steel

06

Spring

302

Stainless Steel

07

Check Valve

416

Stainless Steel

08

Liner

304

Stainless Steel

09

Bypass Branch

A105 Carbon Steel

10

Vortex Housing

 

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A 582

11

Control Head

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A 582

12

Vortex Plug

431

Stainless Steel

MIL-S-18732D

13

Lever

431

Stainless Steel

MIL-S-18732D

14

Pivot Pin

316

Stainless Steel

AISI 316

15

Vortex Bushing

431

Stainless Steel

MIL-S-18732D

16

Piston

431

Stainless Steel

MIL-S-18732D

21

Vortex Plate

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A 582

23

Flow Straightener

431

Stainless Steel

MIL-S-18732D

25

Guide Pin

 

316

Stainless Steel

AISI 316 ASTM A 193-B7 ASTM A 193-B7 ASTM A 194-2H ASTM A 194-2H

26

Stud

A193-B7 Steel

27

Stud

A193-B7 Steel

28

Hex Nut

A194-2H Steel

29

Hex Nut

A194-2H Steel

30

O-Ring

+

 

31

O-Ring

 

+

32

O-Ring

+

33

O-Ring

+

33.1

Glyd-Ring

Filled PTFE

34

O-Ring

+

34.1

Glyd-Ring

Filled PTFE

35

O-Ring

+

35.1

Glyd-Ring

Filled PTFE

36

O-Ring

+

>>>

Recommended spare parts.

 
 

Provided as "complete bypass assembly". + Application Dependent For other body materials available, contact HBE with your service conditions.

Pos.

Description

   

Material

Specification

10

Bypass Bushing

 

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A582

11

Control Head

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A582

13

Lever

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A582

14

Pivot Pin

316

Stainless Steel

AISI 316

15

Crank Arm

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A582

16

Control Brushing

416

Stainless Steel

ASTM A582

23

Flow Straightener

431

Stainless Steel

MIL-S-18732D

25

Guide Pin

 

316

Stainless Steel

AISI 316

27

Stud

A193-B7 Steel

ASTM A-193-B7

29

Hex Nut

A194-2H Steel

ASTM A-194-2H

30

O-Ring

+

31

O-Ring

 

+

36

O-Ring

+

>>>

Recommended spare parts. Provided as "complete bypass assembly". + Application Dependent

 
 

02

03

26

28

04

30

08

07

06

01

03

Dependent     02 03 26 28 04 30 08 07 06 01 03 HPM 600

HPM 600 lb.-2500 lb.

34 16 25 31 29 27 36 09 34.1 11 33 35 13 14 21
34
16
25
31
29
27
36
09
34.1 11
33
35
13 14
21
15
11
32
12
10
23
33.1
35.1

HPM 600 lb.-2500 lb. Bypass Detail

25 36 13 14 15 16 11 31 10 23
25
36
13
14
15
16
11
31
10
23

LPM 150 lb.-300 lb. Bypass Detail

Dimensions, Weights and Flow Ratings

S L H
S
L
H
 

Valve Size

Max. Main Flow

Max. Bypass Flow

Bypass

Weight

 

Dimensions

 

Main

Bypass

ANSI

GPM

M

3 h

GPM

M

3 h

Max. Cv

Lbs.

Kg.

L

L

H

H

S

S

   

(in)

(mm)

(in)

(mm)

(in)

(mm)

   

150

       

2.9

42

17

7-7/8

200

2-5/16

75

6-1/8

155

300

2.9

70

32

10–1/4

260

3-9/16

90

7-1/2

190

1-1/2

1 600

150

34

60

14

1.3

70

32

10–1/4

260

3-9/16

90

7-1/2

190

900

1.1

70

32

11-13/16

300

4-516

110

7-7/8

200

1500

0.9

95

43

12-3/16

310

4-3/4

120

8-7/16

215

   

150

       

3.7

59

27

9-1/16

230

3-9/16

90

6-7/16

163

300

3.7

90

41

11-13/16

300

4-1/2

115

7-5/16

185

2

1 600

220

50

60

14

2.7

106

48

11-13/16

300

4-5/16

110

7-5/8

193

900

1.7

106

48

13-3/8

340

5-1/8

130

8

203

1500

1.6

130

59

13-3/4

350

5-1/8

130

9-3/16

233

   

150

       

6.8

92

41

11-7/16

290

4-5/16

110

6-7/8

174

300

6.8

132

59

13-3/8

340

4-15/16

125

7-13/16

199

2-1/2

1-1/2

600

330

75

150

34

3.5

152

68

13-3/8

340

4-15/16

125

8-11/16

220

900

2.6

152

68

14-15/16

380

5-1/2

140

9-1/16

230

1500

2.4

196

88

15-3/4

400

5-11/16

145

9-13/16

250

   

150

       

10.1

114

51

12-3/16

310

4-1/2

115

7-13/16

200

300

10.1

163

73

14-15/16

380

5-1/2

140

8-11/16

220

3

1-1/2

600

500

114

150

34

5.2

185

83

14-15/16

380

5-1/2

140

9-7/16

240

900

4

185

83

16-1/8

410

5-7/8

150

9-13/16

250

1500

3.5

268

121

17-11/16

450

6-1/2

165

10-13/16

275

   

150

       

12.3

178

80

13-3/4

350

4-15/16

125

8-5/16

211

300

12.3

246

111

16-15/16

430

6-1/8

155

9-7/16

240

4

2

600

900

204

250

57

8.5

277

125

16-15/16

430

6-1/8

155

10-1/2

266

900

5.6

277

125

17-11/16

450

6-5/16

160

11

280

1500

5.2

431

200

20-1/2

520

7-1/2

190

11-13/16

300

   

150

       

21.7

268

121

15-3/4

400

5-5/16

135

10-1/2

266

300

21.7

400

180

19-11/16

500

6-7/8

175

11-7/16

290

5

2-1/2

600

1100

250

400

91

11

455

205

19-11/16

500

6-7/8

175

12-3/16

310

900

9.5

455

205

20-11/16

525

7-5/16

185

12-3/16

310

1500

6.5

638

287

25-9/16

650

9-1/4

235

13-7/16

341

   

150

       

31

398

179

18-7/8

480

6-1/2

165

12-1/2

318

300

31

601

270

21-5/8

550

7-1/2

190

12-5/8

320

6

3

600

2000

454

550

125

14

636

286

21-5/8

550

7-1/2

190

13-3/16

335

900

12

636

286

23-1/16

585

7-7/8

200

13-3/4

350

1500

10

977

440

27-9/16

700

9-13/16

250

15-15/16

405

   

150

       

51

774

348

23-5/8

600

7-7/8

200

15

381

300

51

1027

462

25-9/16

650

8-7/16

215

15-13/16

402

8

4

600

3300

749

900

204

22

1102

496

25-9/16

650

8-7/16

215

15-15/16

405

900

20

1102

496

26-9/16

675

8-7/8

225

15-15/16

405

1500

16

1727

783

33-7/16

850

11-5/8

295

18-11/16

475

   

150

       

86

1355

615

28-3/4

730

9-7/16

240

19-1/2

495

300

86

1571

712

30-1/2

775

10-1/4

260

20-1/4

515

10

6

600

4400

999

1230

279

35

1813

822

31-1/2

800

10-5/8

270

20-1/2

520

900

25

1885

855

31-1/2

800

10-5/8

270

20-1/2

520

1500

22

2825

1281

38-3/8

975

13

330

22-7/16

568

   

150

       

116

2825

1281

33-7/16

850

11

280

20-7/8

530

300

116

3265

1481

35-1/2

902

11-13/16

300

21-11/16

551

12

6

600

6600

1498

1900

431

55

3771

1710

41-3/8

1051

14-3/16

360

25-9/16

649

900

35

3920

1778

41-3/8

1051

14-13/16

360

25-9/16

649

1500

30

5876

2665

45-1/4

1149

15-3/4

400

27-9/16

700

 

Flow ratings are based on 60° F water with specific gravity of 1. Contact HBE for 2500 lb. valve data and applications with flows higher than 12" rating. Dimensions ± 1/8". Dimensions are the same for Flanged and BWE.

 

Start Up Internals

One of the most common means of valve damage is start up debris. Regardless of how clean the system is, weld pearls, wear ring particles and other items seem to end up inside control valve internals and damage seating surfaces enough to cause premature leakage.

Take the risk out of start up operations by using start up bypass internals. These factory installed internals take the place of the standard operating internals and

Pump Run Out Protection

The internals are field adjustable if flow changes are required.

After completion of start up the internals are easily removed and replaced with operating internals.

provide continuous flow during start up and flush out any debris.

continuous flow during start up and flush out any debris. Start Up Internal Detail Normally pump

Start Up Internal Detail

Normally pump protection valves are limited to minimum flow protection; however, severe damage can occur to the pump and driver by exceeding the intended operating range of the pump.

Damage due to excessive flow can be eliminated by designing a “Maxi-Flow” as an addition to the standard minimum flow valve.

Excessive flow protection is achieved by installing an insert with a row of orifice holes into the main valve body. During normal main flow operation the fluid passes through the holes with a minimal pressure head loss. In addition a special disc is provided which has a sleeve around the diameter with a row of orifice holes.

The disc is at full lift when the forward

flow reaches the maximum desired flow rate. At full lift the orifice holes in the body insert and disc line up stopping additional flow.

Maximum flow protection prevents exceeding the steam drum desired water level if the drum level control valve failed open in boiler feed service. For process fluids and sea water in which pipe corrosion is a concern the maximum flow protection provides run out protection if piping leaks occur from corrosion.

maximum flow protection provides run out protection if piping leaks occur from corrosion. Run Out Protection

Run Out Protection Detail

How to Order and Specify

The centrifugal pump shall be protected by the HPM Model

automatic recirculation valve which is completely self-

contained and fully automatic via flow activation.

The valve protects the pump from reverse flow and prevents

overheating during low process demands.

Operation of the valve bypass will be modulating so the sum

of the main and bypass flow will never be less than the

minimum flow requirement of the pump.

Valve design will incorporate a radial split body spring assisted

check valve disc and multi-stage vortex plug bypass assembly.

Materials of construction will consist of a A-105 forged carbon

steel body housing with stainless steel internals. If service

conditions dictate other materials are available such as stainless

steel, low temperature steel and other alloys.

The valve will be designed to operate without flashing or

cavitation occurring during bypass operation. Any necessary

accessories such as orifices or anti-flash valves will be provided

by HBE to prevent flashing or cavitation in the bypass piping.

Required Application Data

Main Flow Minimum Maximum Normal Minimum Pump Flow

Pump Discharger Pressure @ Normal Flow Bypass flow Shut off

Bypass Backpressure

Temperature

Normal

Maximum

Liquid

*

*

*

(* if other than water)

Specific Gravity

Vapor Pressure

Viscosity

GPM (m 3 /hr) GPM (m 3 /hr) GPM (m 3 /hr) GPM (m 3 /hr)

PSIG (kpa)

PSIG (kpa)

PSIG (kpa)

PSIG (kpa)

° F ( ° C) ° F ( ° C)

psia

centipoise

Valve Model Legend

HPM-24-150-XXXX

( ° C) psia centipoise Valve Model Legend HPM-24-150-XXXX Model Designation LPM - Low pressure modulating

Model Designation LPM - Low pressure modulating automatic recirculating valve with forged body housing. 150 and 300 lb. ANSI Class. HPM - High pressure modulating automatic recirculating valve with forged body housing. 600, 900, 1500 and 2500 lb. ANSI Class.

Size Code

04

= 1"

20

= 5"

06

= 1.5"

24

= 6"

08

= 2"

32

= 8"

12

= 3"

40

= 10"

16

= 4"

48

= 12"

Quote/Order

File Number

Pressure

Class Code

015

= 150

030

= 300

060

= 600

090

= 900

150

= 1500

250

= 2500

The example translated is an HPM model, 6” - 1500 lb. flanged

valve with an HBE file locator number. A written description

of the material of construction and end connections follows this

model number.

construction and end connections follows this model number. ENGINEERING Inc. 205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI

ENGINEERING Inc.

205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI 49093 USA

8

Phone: 616-279-2035

Fax: 616-278-6745

ENGINEERING Inc. T echnical Data Anti-Flash Valve Usage The HBE Anti-Flash Valve Model AFV is
ENGINEERING Inc. T echnical Data Anti-Flash Valve Usage The HBE Anti-Flash Valve Model AFV is

ENGINEERING Inc.

Technical Data

Anti-Flash Valve

Usage

The HBE Anti-Flash Valve Model AFV is provided specifically to eliminate damage to the recirculation valve and bypass piping from flashing and cavitation.

How It Works

The Anti-Flash Valve functions as a variable orifice to assure the pressure of the downstream liquid does not fall below the vapor pressure after exiting the recirculation valve.

Applications

Applications which require Anti-Flash

Valves include boiler feed, condensate, and certain process fluids which bypass to a low or negative pressure vessel. Modulating recirculation valves can run partially open for extended periods of time during low process demands. The Anti-Flash Valve provides back pressure lost from reduced piping friction and assures a flashing/ cavitation condition does not occur.

Typical Installation

Installation

The Anti-Flash Valve is a wafer design

and is installed between flanges of the bypass piping size and ANSI rating. Installed adjacent to the return vessel the Anti-Flash Valve will assure protection of the entire bypass system.

4 Return 4 Vessel Size Return Pipe for 15 ft./sec. or Less Velocity 1 Use
4
Return
4
Vessel
Size Return Pipe for 15
ft./sec. or Less Velocity
1
Use Long Radius Bends
2 3
for Return Piping
3
1
1
2 3
1.

Pressure Gauge (Optional)

Common Return

Individual

System for 2 or

Return

3. Isolation Valve

More Valves

4. Anti-Flash Valve

2. Check Valve (Not Required for HPM Valves)

Materials of Construction and Dimensions

Pos.

Qty.

Description

 

Material

01

 

1 Body

A105 Carbon Steel

02

1 Guide Bushing

416

Stainless Steel

03

1 O-Ring

(Application Dependent)

03.1

1 Glyd-Ring

Filled PTFE

04

1 Seat Bushing

416

Stainless Steel

05

1 Disk

416

Stainless Steel

06

1 Spring

302

Stainless Steel

07

1 Flow Straightener

431

Stainless Steel

08

1 O-Ring

(Application Dependent)

09

1 Wear Ring

Filled PTFE

1 Snap Ring

300

Series Stainless

10

Steel

11

 

1 Insert

316

Stainless Steel

12

1 O-Ring

(Application Dependent)

Dimensions (mm)

AFV

 

A

 

B

Size

In. (mm)

In. (mm)

2

3.62

(91.95)

4

(101.6)

3

5.00

(127)

6

(152.4)

4

6.19

(157.2)

6

(152.4)

6

8.5 (215.9)

10 (254)

02 09 10 08 12 01 07 A 06 03 03.1 05 04 11 08
02
09
10
08
12
01
07
A
06
03
03.1
05
04
11
08
B
Serrated-Spiral Finish
Both Ends

HBE Anti-Flash Valve

How the Anti-Flash Valve Works

When the inlet pressure reaches the set point, the disk will slide back compressing the
When the inlet
pressure reaches
the set point, the
disk will slide back
compressing the spring
AFV Sealing
Surface
Inlet
Outlet
Inlet
Outlet
Flow
Flow
Flow
Flow
AFV Closed
No Recirculation Flow
AFV Modulating
Partial Recirculation Flow
AFV Fully Open
Full Recirculation Flow
Recirculation Flow AFV Fully Open Full Recirculation Flow ENGINEERING Inc. 205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI

ENGINEERINGInc.

205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI 49093 USA

Phone: 269-279-2035

Fax: 269-278-6745

HP3M0602

ENGINEERING Inc. T echnical Data Multiple Stage Orifice Usage The multiple stage orifice Model MSO
ENGINEERING Inc. T echnical Data Multiple Stage Orifice Usage The multiple stage orifice Model MSO

ENGINEERINGInc.

Technical Data

Multiple Stage Orifice

Usage

The multiple stage orifice Model MSO

is provided for high pressure reduction applications which require accurate flow volume with quiet operation without flashing or cavitation.

How It Works

The orifice operates similarly to many high pressure drop control valves except it operates in a fixed open

position. The fluid is directed into a vortex flow across multiple stages which progressively reduces the pressure. The multiple stages result in the fluid not falling below vapor pressure. The outlet of the orifice is a multi hole flow straightener, which directs the fluid as a laminar spray, preventing damage to downstream piping.

Applications

In general, any high pressure fixed flow requirement. Specific examples include: centrifugal pump minimum flow protection, warm up lines, strainer blow off and control valve bypass.

Typical Installations

Warm Up

Orifice

To

Process Control Start Up Valve Orifice Block Valve Automatic Recirculation Valve Fluid Source Block
Process
Control
Start Up
Valve
Orifice
Block
Valve
Automatic
Recirculation
Valve
Fluid
Source
Block
Anti-Flash
Valve
Valve

Pump

To

Process

Control

Valve

Start Up Orifice Fluid Warm Up Source Orifice Minimum Flow Bypass Pressure Breakdown Orifice Mainline
Start Up
Orifice
Fluid
Warm Up
Source
Orifice
Minimum Flow
Bypass Pressure
Breakdown Orifice
Mainline
Check
Valve

Pump

Materials of Construction and Dimensions

Pos.

Qty.

Description

 

Material

01

 

1 Body

A105 Carbon Steel

10

1 Vortex Housing

416

Stainless Steel

17

1 Orifice Bushing

416

Stainless Steel

18

1 Vortex Insert

431

Stainless Steel

19

1 Linkage

416

Stainless Steel

20

1 Pin

316

Stainless Steel

23

1 Flow Straightener

431

Stainless Steel

24

1 Snap Ring

316

Stainless Steel

31

1 O-Ring

(Application Dependent)

32

1 O-Ring

(Application Dependent)

36

1 O-Ring

(Application Dependent)

Size

L

1"

5"

1-1/2"

6-1/2"

2"

7-1/2"

2-1/2"

8-1/2"

3"

10-1/2"

4"

12-1/2"

6"

18-1/8"

Contact HBE for larger sizes.

24 17 01 20 19 31 32 18 10 36 23 L Serrated-Spiral Finish Both
24
17
01
20
19
31
32
18
10
36
23
L
Serrated-Spiral Finish
Both Ends

HBE Multiple Stage Orifice

Required Application Data

Fluid

Temperature

Inlet Pressure

Piping Size & Rating

Outlet Pressure

Flow Required

Size & Rating Outlet Pressure Flow Required ENGINEERING Inc. 205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI 49093

ENGINEERINGInc.

205 Portage Avenue, Three Rivers, MI 49093 USA

Phone: 269-279-2035

Fax: 269-278-6745

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