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Isolation & Control Butterfly Valves

ISOLATION & CONTROL BUTTERFLY VALVES Batley Valve

Weir Valves & Controls

The key to the success of Weir Valves & Controls is


our capability to deliver engineering solutions that
add value to the customers process. We offer a total
package of products to meet end-to-end project
requirements. Using our own analysis and
configuration system, we will design and deliver the
optimum valves and controls solution to protect the
value of the production process.
A rigorous programme of information management
means that the division is able to take a more
anticipatory role in defining the future needs and
expectations of the market by fully utilising the
organisation's critical resources to provide whole
process isolation and control valve solutions for the
global Energy sector.
With a comprehensive range of engineered valve
products Weir Valves & Controls have developed an
extensive global installed base and expertise across
a wide range of industry sectors:

Power Generation
General Industrial
Oil & Gas Production
Refining
Petrochemical
Chemical
Pulp & Paper
Desalination

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Batley Valve ISOLATION & CONTROL BUTTERFLY VALVES

Quality assurance Batley Valve


Weir Valves & Controls operates quality programmes Established in 1964, the Batley Valve range of
to cover the full scope of their activities. designs and sizes is extensive and is probably the
Comprehensive quality systems have been most comprehensive of any butterfly valve
developed to serve the power, oil and gas and manufacturer. Although we do manufacture a
industrial markets which they serve. standard range of butterfly shut-off valves our main
The company holds approvals to: production is in the application of butterfly valves
for the automatic control of fluids and gases. This
ASME Section III N, NPT, NV incorporates our complete range of valves adapted
ASME Section I V with various pneumatic and electric actuators
suitable for accepting a signal from a control panel
ASME Section VIII code UV or computer.
BS EN ISO 9001:1994 Our company employs a team of experienced
NF EN ISO 9001 engineers to comply with the special requirements
necessary to service the field of high technology
API Q1 TO API LICENCES API 6D (6D-0182) AND
process control. In addition, we manufacture valves
API 6A (6A-0445)
to suit our clients specific requirements in respect of
API 526 design, size and material selection.
TUV - AD MERKBLATT WRD HP 0

CONTENTS
6A-0445
6D-0182
Product range & applications 4
The Quality systems have been approved for the
supply of products to meet the requirements of the Concentric Vane 5
Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) and compliance
modules A,D1,H,B&D have been applied in Standard Control BV10000 6-8
categories I through IV respectively.
Trimming & Light Duty Valves 9
The company is committed to compliance with
legislation and has an established environment and Ledgeseat BV14000 10
health and safety policy.
Spoolseal BV16000 11-13
An ongoing commitment to customer care is met
through the process of continuous improvement Batseal BV18000 14-16
and the further development of our systems and
Steadseal BV20000 17-19
processes towards meeting ISO 9001:2000.
Valve testing facilities Hyperseal BV22000 20-23

All pressure containing items are hydrostatically Firesafe Hyperseal BV24000 24-27
tested, seat leakage tested and functionally tested.
In addition, gas, packing emission, cryogenic and Metalseal BV26000 28-31
advanced functional testing can be arranged. Tricentric BV28000 32-36
Material testing facilities
Varidiff Vane BV30000 37-39
Non-destructive examination by radiography,
ultrasonics, magnetic particle and liquid Refractory Lined Valve BV32000 40
penetrant.
Vulcanised Rubber Lined BV34000 41-42
Chemical analysis by computer controlled direct
reading emission spectrometer. Cryogenic Hyperseal BV36000 43-46

Mechanical testing for tensile properties at CV Values 47


ambient and elevated temperatures, bend and
hardness testing. Charpy testing at ambient, Adjustable Pneumatic Trip Valves 48-50
elevated and sub-zero temperatures.
Valve sizing 51-60
Further technical information can be obtained from
our Web site: http://www.weirvalve.com

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PRODUCT RANGE AND APPLICATIONS Batley Valve

Flexibility of Design Selection of a control valve for service applications


involves a number of factors which should be
Generally, the valve body is rated at full line
considered to determine the most economical
working pressure, although trims can be down
option available:
rated when circumstances dictate.
Flow rate
An extensive range of body and trim options -
Pressure range; Inlet, Outlet, Drop Design
Special trims and materials are available for
Temperature
specific requirements.
Level of shut-off required
Full range of packing and bearing designs to suit Valve configuration;
various temperatures and fluids, even severe End Connection Style, Size, Rating
service applications. Material selection
Method of operating valve
Actuator control requirements
Noise level, cavitation predictions
Special requirements; Hazardous area,
paint specification, certification
The process and application information necessary
to fully specify the size, type and material of
construction of a valve is very important. The
omission of these aspects could lead to incorrect
Wafer Lugged Flanged Butt-Weld Clamp Hub Wafer Connection selection of a control valve for a particular
Connection Connection Connection Connection
requirement.
Actuation of our full range of valves can be via
manual operators such as hand levers and
gearboxes or full automation can be achieved
through the use of diaphragm, piston (rotary or
linear), electric, electro/hydraulic and hydraulic
Design Type Class Size Leak actuators.
Series No. Valve Type Body Connection ANSI Range Duty Rate
Options Rating mm ANSI All actuators can be fitted with a range of
BV10000 Standard Control Wafer, Lugged, 150-2500 50-2000 Control II
accessories such as positioner (E/P or P/P), limit
BV12000 (Swingthrough) Flanged, switches, solenoids, position transmitter, filter
BV14000 Clamped, regulators and trip valves.
Butt-Weld
BV16000 Spoolseal Wafer, 150-300 50-600 Control/ T.S.O. Batley Valves sophisticated research and
Lugged Isolation development department serves to develop and
BV18000 Batseal Wafer, 150 50-600 Isolation VI improve existing products which comply with
(PTFE Lined) Wafer Lugged
changing requirements of industries.
BV20000 Steadseal Wafer, 150-300 100-3500 Control/ T.S.O.
Lugged, Isolation Do not hesitate to contact our Applications
Double Flanged
BV22000 Hyperseal Wafer, 150-900 50-1200 Control/ VI
Engineers for solutions to your technical problems.
Lugged, Isolation Applications
Flanged
Clamped Our experience of applications include:
BV24000 Firesafe Wafer, 150-300 50-1200 Isolation VI
Wafer Lugged, (Certified) Catalytic cracker acid gas control valves
Double Flanged Flare stack control
BV26000 Metalseal Wafer, Lugged, 150-2500 50-1200 Control/ IV
Firewater ring main control
Double Flanged, Isolation or
Butt Weld V Overboard dump control
BV28000 Batley Tricentric Wafer, 150-600 80-900 Control/ T.S.O. Brine blowdown control
Lugged, Isolation Jetty loading valves
Flanged Seawater drain and re-circulation
BV30000 Varidiff Trim, Wafer/Lugged, 150-600 100-1200 Control/ II
Optional Flanged Double Flanged Anti-Cavitation
Cooling water re-circulation
Downstream Low-Noise Distillate to culvert valves
Diffuser Subsea template mud mat valves
BV34000 Vulcanised Wafer, 150 50-3500 Isolation T.S.O. Geothermal steam/brine control
Rubber-Lined Wafer Lugged,
Metering skid flow balancing valves
Flanged
BV36000 Cryogenic Wafer, 150-900 50-1200 Control/ VI
Lugged, Isolation
Flanged,
Clamped

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Batley Valve CONCENTRIC VANE

Actuation any Vane


type, size or
manufacture The streamlined shape provides minimum
resistance to flow and the swing-through design
requires no seating torque.
Spindle - Generally one-piece spindles are provided
in valves up to 200mm and two stub spindles
250mm upwards.
Temperatures
o o
-200 C to 1000 C Blank End Gasket and Plate
Ratings ANSI 150
to ANSI 2500,
NP6 to NP400 or
A non-asbestos flat gasket, supported with a
equivalent stainless steel cover.
Double Gland
Pressure
Drops up to
150 bars
For shafts up to 35mm diameter up to (51bar) blank
dependant ends are plate or plug arrangement. Above these
upon size sizes and pressures or when outboard bearings are
fitted a conventional gland arrangement is provided
at the blank end of the valve.
Inboard Bearings
Bore Size
50mm to These are inserted into the valve body at a point
above
2000mm closest to the vane to provide maximum support.
Vane Pins
Vibration-proof taper pins.
Gland Follower
A one-piece packing follower provides uniform
support to the packing rings.
Gland Packing

Body and Trim Moulded packing rings selected to suit the flow
in Cast Iron to media would generally be teflon based. Lubricated
Stainless Steels
to Duplex to and purged glands are available.
Titanium

Blank End Plate Arrangement

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STD CONTROL BV10000, STD CLASS 150LB VALVES WAFER/LUGGED Batley Valve

Description
BATLEY STANDARD Butterfly Control Valves are
designed to control the flow of liquids and gases
where a complete tight shut-off is not essential. The
'swing-through' vane which has no contact with
the valve body enables the valves to be used with
high pressures and a wide range of temperatures.
Sizes vary from 50mm up to 2000mm with body
ratings up to ANSI Class 2500. Temperatures from
minus 200C to 1000C, line pressures in excess of
300 bars and closed pressure drops up to 150 bars
can be handled, depending upon valve size and
construction.
For throttling control, 60 degree vane rotation is
normally used and 90 degree vane rotation for
on/off service.
Actuation of the valves can be with diaphragm,
piston (rotary or cylinder), electric or manual with
accessories such as positioners (pneumatic/electric),
fail safe (open/close/stay put) transmitters,
transducers, limit switches, air sets and solenoid
valves.
The Batley Standard butterfly valve has a basic
'equal percentage' characteristic but this is only
true between the 10 and 60 open position.
Beyond these points the characteristic deviates
rapidly from the ideal and is not considered suitable
for control purposes.
A contoured vane can be supplied with equal
percentage characteristics over 10 - 90 travel.
All Batley control valves are mechanically set to
operate between the closed and 60 open position
whilst on/off valves are set to travel for the full 90
movement. The rangeability of the Batley control Angle from closed Angle from closed
valve operating between the 10 and 60 positions
is approximately 33:1
Pressure Class
ASME 150 - 2500
PN10 - 400
Size Range
50 - 2000mm
Temp Range
196C - 1000C
Body Type
Materials
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged,
Clamped & Butt-welded
Cast Iron Carbon Steel Stainless Steel Duplex St. St. Aluminium Bronze

Body EN1561-GJL-250 A216 WCB A351 CF8M A890 4A EN1982-CC333G


Vane EN1561-GJL-250 A216 WCB A351 CF8M A890 4A EN1982-CC333G
Shaft 316 / 431 SS 17-4 PH SS 17-4 PH/316 SS UNS 31803 Monel
Bearings Steel/PTFE Steel/PTFE 316/PTFE PTFE Bronze/PTFE
Packings PTFE/Graphite PTFE/Graphite PTFE/Graphite PTFE PTFE
Gland Follower St. Steel St. Steel St. Steel St. Steel St. Steel

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Batley Valve STD CONTROL BV10000, STD CLASS 300LB VALVES WAFER/LUGGED

Dimensions
L D E C All Valves can be supplied drilled to suit
most flange standards.
K
Face to Face dimensions are based on Class
G
F A shaft sizes & steel/PTFE bearings.
M
a.
di
For Valves with larger shaft sizes, please
A

30 45
H dia. -.025 consult Batley Valve for face to face

J dia.
B -.075
di dimensions.
a.
P dia. -.01
-.0E
Dimension G = 3mm for all valve sizes.
Alternative gland
2 keyways stud position
N wide x O deep
Dimension C2 is for double flanged
4 Holes S dia. off Saw cut in line bodies and conforms to BS 5155 short
ctrs. T P.C.D. with vane pattern.
None standard face to face dimensions can
be offered on special request.

Class 150

Nominal Bore A B C1 C2 D E F H J K L M N O P S T Weight


Wafer Flanged

50 50 92 50 108 102 95 30 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 8


65 65 105 50 112 117 115 30 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 10
80 80 124 50 114 124 120 30 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 11
100 100 152 50 127 137 133 30 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 12
125 125 184 50 127 159 142 30 108 172 19 102 25 5 2.5 15 13 136 16
150 150 207 50 140 175 161 30 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 18
175 175 229 50 140 186 171 30 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 21
200 200 261 60 152 210 190 30 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 25
225 225 286 60 152 223 215 30 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 31
250 250 324 70 165 241 236 32 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 39
300 300 375 70 178 286 280 32 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 48
350 340 426 70 190 312 306 32 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 68
375 365 448 70 190 318 300 32 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 79
400 390 483 75 216 343 336 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 85
450 440 540 75 222 362 364 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 102
500 490 584 90 229 400 398 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 136
550 540 630 90 229 422 422 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 154
600 590 692 100 267 460 445 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 175
700 690 790 100 292 533 510 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 210
750 740 845 100 292 558 555 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 255
800 790 905 100 318 550 540 34 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 284
900 890 985 100 330 615 620 34 108 172 22 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 300
1000 990 1110 110 410 660 630 34 108 172 22 102 25 12 8 40 13 136 380
1200 1190 1328 120 470 787 790 34 108 172 22 102 25 12 8 40 13 136 550

All dimensions in millimetres

Class 300

Nominal
Bore A B C1 C2 D E F H J K L M N O P S T Weight
Wafer Flanged

50 50 92 50 150 108 125 37 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 9


80 80 124 50 180 124 120 37 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 11
100 100 157 50 190 156 176 37 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 13
125 125 186 50 200 172 192 37 108 172 19 102 25 5 2.5 15 13 136 17
150 150 216 60 210 203 225 40 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 20
200 200 270 70 230 222 240 40 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 38
250 250 324 80 250 292 315 43 108 172 19 102 25 6 3.5 30 13 136 44
300 300 394 70 270 298 320 43 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 54
350 337 426 70 290 343 365 43 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 73
400 390 483 75 310 375 400 43 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 91
450 432 534 110 330 420 445 43 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 110
500 480 584 90 350 438 460 43 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 147
600 684 692 100 390 508 525 43 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 190

All dimensions in millimetres

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STANDARD CONTROL BV10000 Batley Valve

Sizing & Selection


Flow Coefficients CV (US GPM) - Standard Class 150/300lb Valves

Valve Size Angle of Opening


mm ins 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

50 2 0.6 2.3 7.9 16.2 29 49 77 120 168 188


80 3 1.3 5.2 17.7 36.3 65 108 172 270 378 424
100 4 2.3 9.2 31.6 65 117 193 307 480 680 750
125 5 3.8 14.4 50 101 182 302 480 750 1050 1180
150 6 5.3 21 71 145 262 435 690 1080 1510 1700
175 7 7.3 28 97 198 357 592 940 1470 2060 2300
200 8 9.5 37 127 260 467 775 1230 1920 2690 3000
225 9 12.0 47 160 327 591 980 1555 2430 3400 3800
250 10 14.8 58 198 405 730 1210 1920 3000 4200 4700
300 12 21 83 284 582 1049 1739 2760 4320 6050 6800
350 14 27 105 361 740 1330 2205 3500 5500 7650 8500
375 15 31 122 420 860 1550 2570 4080 6300 8800 9900
400 16 36 140 479 982 1767 2930 4650 7200 10100 11300
450 18 45 177 608 1243 2242 3717 5900 9200 12900 14400
500 20 56 216 743 1520 2740 4542 7210 11200 15500 17500
550 22 74 263 904 1850 3336 5531 8780 13600 19000 21400
600 24 88 314 1080 2210 3982 6602 10480 16300 22800 25500
700 28 115 429 1473 3000 5430 9010 14300 22170 31000 34700
750 30 127 495 1700 3480 6270 10395 16500 25800 36000 40000
800 32 142 565 1940 3950 7170 11890 18870 29400 41000 45900
900 36 186 720 2470 5000 9120 15120 24000 37200 52000 58500
1000 40 225 910 3090 6210 11490 19050 30000 46000 64300 72400
1200 48 335 1290 4430 9000 16340 27090 43000 67000 94000 105000

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Batley Valve TRIMMING VALVE AND LIGHT DUTY VALVE BV 12000

Trimming Valves
Batley Valve introduced the Trimming Valve for use
on low pressure gas duties, where once the
optimum flow conditions have been determined
the valve is locked into the ideal trimming
position via the clamping nut on the hand lever,
but can be repositioned should flow conditions
change.
The valves are normally manufactured from heat
resistant cast iron, but other materials are available
on special request.
Valves are manufactured specifically to suit BS4504
NP6 flanges but can be used between higher rated
connections provided the body is carefully
centralised before tightening up the flange bolts.

Light Duty Valves


The Batley Light Duty LD Butterfly Valve was
primarily designed for use in low pressure hot water
systems by the heating and ventilation industry to
avert flow through unfired boilers. The LD valve
can also be utilised as a zone valve, where small
leakages in the closed position are permissible.
The type LD valve is available in size range of
50mm to 600mm to suit BS4504 NP10 to NP16
flange drillings (other drillings available on request).
The bodies and vanes are manufactured from cast
iron (BS1452 GR260) and are of a wafer pattern
design.
Traditionally the LD valves are used with small
electric actuators and can be supplied with
adaptors or brackets and linkage to suit any of the
electric motors normally associated with the
heating and ventilation industry.
Pressure Class
ASME 150
Size Range
50mm to 600mm
Temperature Range
-196C to 1000C
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped & Butt Welded
Materials
All castable materials, Carbon Steel,
Stainless Steel, Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy,
Inconel, Monel, Titanium, etc.
Options/Features
Low Pressure HVAC

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LEDGESEAT BV14000 Batley Valve

On services where the leakage through the


Standard Valve is greater than can be tolerated, a
ledgeseat can be incorporated in the valve to
reduce the leakage to approximately one-third of
that of a Standard Control swing-through valve at
ambient temperature.
This design is generally limited to 5psi pressure
drop and is particularly useful where high
temperatures and low pressure gases are involved
and soft seated shut-off valves are not suitable.
It should be noted that the ledge reduces the bore
and may affect the flow capacity.
The Ledgeseat Valve is available in sizes of 50mm to
2000mm and temperatures up to 1000C.
Pressure Class
ASME 150
Size Range
50mm to 2000mm
Temperature Range
-196C to 1000C
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped & Butt Welded
Materials
All castable materials, Carbon Steel,
Stainless Steel, Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy,
Inconel, Monel, Titanium, etc.
Options/Features
Reduced Leakage

For CV values refer to factory.

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Batley Valve SPOOLSEAL BV16000

Description
Rubber lined butterfly valves
SPOOLSEAL butterfly control valves incorporate the
use of a replaceable rubber liner for body protection.
The valves are normally supplied complete with our
own manual, diaphragm, cylinder or electric
actuators, but other types may be offered on
request.
Maximum Pressure Ratings
Bubble tight shut-off up to 10 Bars depending upon
valve size
Pressure Class
ASME 150 to 300
Size Range
50mm to 600mm
Temperature Range
-40C to 140C
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged
Materials
All castable materials, Carbon Steel,
Stainless Steel, Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy,
Inconel, Monel, Titanium, etc.

Materials

Packing Cover Spindle


Zinc plated steel. Normally made from S17400 Stainless Steel or 316
Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel Vanes. Other
materials such as Aluminium Bronze, Monel, Alloy
Packing 20 and Ferralium are available.
This secondary seal is a viton O Ring, acting
as a back-up to the primary seal which is
incorporated in the liner. It also prevents Vane Pins
ingress of dirt from the atmosphere. are supplied in 431 Stainless Steel for standard
applications, 316 Stainless Steel with Stainless Steel
Vanes and other materials to suit special services.
Body The split end of the taper pin is opened out to
Solid ring type accurately machined for liner prevent any possibility of working loose.
retention, vane and spindle alignment. This
ensures positive shut- off combined with
lower reliable seating torques. The ring Vane
thickness is in excess of the British Standard Standard materials for 250mm and larger, are cast
and ANSI code ratings. The body is normally iron to BS1452 grade 260, cast steel to ASTM-A216
cast in iron to BS1452 grade 260 and steel to grade WCB and Stainless Steel to ASTM-A351 grade
ASTM-A216 grade WCB. Other materials such CF8M whilst smaller valves are supplied with
as Bronze, Aluminium Bronze and Stainless Stainless Steel AS7M - A351 grade CF8M vanes as
Steel etc., can be supplied. standard. Iron and steel vanes are nickel plated as
standard with other coatings available on request.
Vanes can also be supplied in Aluminium Bronze,
Inboard Bearings Alloy 20, Monel and other castable materials. The
PTFE-faced, self lubricating bearings are fitted streamlined shape provides minimum resistance to
to provide the high loading, low friction flow and the swing through action prevents
requirements of the Spoolseal Valve. damage to the liner should the valve overtravel.

Blank End Gasket Liner


High quality, non asbestos flat gasket. Snap-in type which locks into a body recess and is
available in various grades of rubber. The liner
includes moulded-in primary O ring 1 which
Blank End Cover prevents leakage along the spindle and in addition
Zinc-plated steel. an O ring 2 moulded to the liner hub which acts to
prevent leakage passing behind the liner. For valves
on vacuum service the liner is chemically bonded or
vulcanised to the body.

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SPOOLSEAL BV16000 Batley Valve

Dimensions

Lever operated Up to 100mm 125mm and above

D 60 E D U

V
B

B
W

C face tp face W

Bare shaft

L D E C

F
4 Holes S dia. off
G
M ctrs. T P.C.D.

B

H .25
-.75

J
Lever Operated

A

U V W X Weight kgs
P -.01
-.0E K 105 64 171 171 5.0
105 64 171 171 5.0
105 64 171 171 5.0
2 keyways 110 86 261 261 8.0
N wide x O deep 110 86 261 261 8.0

Nominal Bore A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P S T Weight kgs

50 51 92 57 102 95 10 3 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 5.0


80 75 124 57 124 120 10 3 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 7.5
100 100 152 57 137 133 10 3 67 127 13 102 25 5 2.5 15 11 95 9.5
125 126 184 57 159 142 10 3 108 172 19 102 25 5 2.5 16 13 136 12.5
150 151 207 57 175 161 12 3 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 13
200 199 261 63.5 210 190 12 3 108 172 19 102 25 6 3 20 13 136 19.5
225 225 296 76 223 215 12 3 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 27
250 248 324 76 241 236 12 3 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 32.5
300 295 375 76 286 280 12 3 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 37.5
350 336 435 76 312 306 12 3 108 172 19 102 25 8 3.5 30 13 136 53
375 362 457 84 320 315 14 3 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 60
400 387 483 84 343 336 14 3 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 72.5
450 441 533 84 362 364 14 3 108 172 19 102 25 10 4 35 13 136 80
500 492 584 97 400 398 14 3 108 172 19 102 25 12 4 40 13 136 95
600 582 692 109 470 452 14 3 108 172 22 102 25 12 4 40 13 136 160

All dimensions in millimetres

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Batley Valve SPOOLSEAL BV16000

Y
Z

A1

B1 C1

Gearbox Operated

Nominal Max. Weight


Size Pressure Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 kgs

150 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8


200 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8
225 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8
D1 250 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8
300 10 78.5 35 52 86 181 254 9
350 10 78.5 35 52 86 193 305 10
375 10 78.5 42 67 86 219 305 12.5
400 5 78.5 42 67 86 219 305 12.5
400 10 78.5 42 67 86 230 356 13.5
450 5 78.5 42 67 86 262 457 15
450 10 78.5 50 89.5 99 279 457 23
500 10 78.5 50 89.5 99 279 457 23
600 5 78.5 50 89.5 99 279 457 23

Flow Coefficients cv

Valve size Angle of opening (Cv)


mm Ins 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

50 2 0 2.3 8.0 16.5 30 50 79 122 171 192


80 3 0 4.9 16.6 34 61 101 161 253 354 398
100 4 0 9.2 31.6 65 117 193 307 480 680 750
125 5 0 14.5 50 102 183 304 484 756 1058 1190
150 6 0 21 71 146 264 438 695 1087 1520 1710
200 8 0 37 126 259 465 771 1224 1910 2677 2985
225 9 0 47 160 327 591 980 1555 2430 3400 3800
250 10 0 58 196 402 724 1200 1905 2976 4170 4660
300 12 0 82 279 572 1032 1710 2714 4248 5950 6690
350 14 0 104 357 731 1314 2179 3460 5435 7560 8400
375 15 0 121 417 853 1537 2550 4050 6250 8730 9820
400 16 0 139 475 974 1753 2907 4615 7145 10020 11210
450 18 0 177 609 1246 2247 3725 5910 9220 12930 14430
500 20 0 217 746 1526 2751 4560 7240 11245 15560 17570
600 24 0 310 1065 2180 3928 6512 10340 16080 22490 25150

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BATSEAL (PTFE LINED) BV18000 Batley Valve

Description
BATSEAL Butterfly valves incorporates the use of PTFE to obtain
maximum corrosion resistance for both shut off and control of
line fluids.
Maximum Pressure Ratings
Bubble tight shut-off up to 10 Bars depending upon operating
temperature.
Pressure Class
ASME 150
Size Range
50mm to 600mm
Temperature Range
0C to 150C
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged
Materials
All castable materials, Carbon Steel,
Stainless Steel, Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy,
Inconel, Monel, Titanium, etc.

Materials

External Gland Seal


A Viton seal is used to prevent ingress of dirt
or corrosive gases from the atmosphere and
acts as a secondary gland.

Bearings Disc and Spindle


Self lubricated PTFE faced Glacier Du Bearings Normally manufactured as a one piece unit. Sizes
combines low friction with high load up to 300mm are of 17/4 PH Stainless Steel and
bearings properties. coated with Teflon FEP. Sizes 350mm and larger
are of 316 Stainless Steel and E-CTFE coated.
Alternative materials such as Titanium, Monel,
Lining Back Up Hastalloy, Duplex Steels, Ferralium, Alloy 20 and
Resilient silicone rubber back up strips uncoated Stainless Steels are available on request.
between body and lining ensure positive
contact with disk at all times. Lining
Moulded Teflon FEP (sizes 350mm and above are
Body virgin PTFE) liner protects the body from the line
The split wafer type body which make the fluid.
integral vane and spindle possible is normally
manufactured in Ductile Iron. Cast Steel or Spindle Seal
Stainless Steel are alternative materials if
specially requested. On sizes up to 300mm. A Stainless Steel Tapered
plug backed up by a resilient silicone rubber ring
ensures positive contact and sealing between
Blank End Plate lining, disc and spindle. Titanium can be an
A Steel Blank end plate and PTFE gasket seals alternative material if specially requested. Sizes
off the blank end of the valve. 350mm and larger have a PTFE "O" ring.

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Batley Valve BATSEAL (PTFE LINED) BV18000

Dimensions

Lever operated Bare shaft

E D S To suit
requirement
s D E 4 Holes L dia. C
off ctrs. M
P.C.D.
T P F

G -0.25
H

-0.75

A

B

H


A
V


J
K -0.01
-0.05
2 keyways
C Face to face
N wide x O deep.
22mm long 3mm into Lever Operated
spindle.

S T V Weight kgs

32 64 171 2
32 86 261 2.5

Nominal bore A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Weight kgs

100 100 152 52 137 133 3 108 172 20 20 13 136 6 3 14.5

To suit requirements
150 150 207 56 175 161 3 108 172 20 25 13 136 8 3.5 20
200 200 261 60 210 190 3 108 172 20 25 13 136 8 3.5 30
250 250 324 68 241 236 3 108 172 20 30 13 136 8 3.5 46
300 300 375 78 286 280 3 108 172 20 35 13 136 10 4 58
350 340 426 78 312 306 3 108 172 20 40 13 136 12 4 101
400 390 483 102 343 336 3 180 172 20 45 13 136 14 4 116
450 440 540 102 362 364 3 165 230 22 50 17 190 14 4 131
500 490 584 102 400 398 3 165 230 22 50 17 190 14 4 157
600 590 692 102 460 455 3 165 230 22 60 17 190 18 4.5 212
All dimensions in millimetres

Sizing & Selection


Torque Table Pressure - temperature parameter
10

Valve size Spindle size Spindle material Maximum Pressure Total torque
mm mm Drop @ 0 (bars) lbs/ins 8

100 20 S17400 10 635


PRESSURE BAR

150 25 S17400 10 1642 6


200 25 S17400 10 2019
250 30 S17400 10 3226
300 35 S17400 10 5389 4

350 40 S31600 10 7657


400 45 S31600 10 10317 2
450 50 S31600 10 14060
500 50 S31600 10 17485
600 60 S31600 10 27636 0
50C 100C 150C
TEMPERATURE
A safety factor as recommended by the actuator manufacturer should be applied
Body lining PTFE or Teflon FEP

Disc/Spindle coating Teflon FEP - Valve size up to 300mm


Disc/Spindle coating E-CTFE - Valve size over 300mm
Disc/Spindle coating Uncoated - All valve sizes
PTFE - Polytetrafluoroethylene
FEP* - Fluorinated Ethylene Problene
E-CTFE - Ethylene Chlorotrifluoro - Ethylene TEFLON *
*Registered Trade Mark of Du Pont De Nemours.

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BATSEAL (PTFE LINED) BV18000 Batley Valve

Y
Z

A1

B1 C1

Gearbox Operated

Nominal Max. Weight


Size Pressure Y Z A1 B1 C1 D1 kgs D1

150 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8


200 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8
225 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8
250 10 78.5 35 52 86 169 203 7.8
300 10 78.5 35 52 86 181 254 9
350 10 78.5 35 52 86 193 305 10
375 10 78.5 42 67 86 219 305 12.5
400 5 78.5 42 67 86 219 305 12.5
400 10 78.5 42 67 86 230 356 13.5
450 5 78.5 42 67 86 262 457 15
450 10 78.5 50 89.5 99 279 457 23
500 10 78.5 50 89.5 99 279 457 23
600 5 78.5 50 89.5 99 279 457 23

Flow Coefficients cv

Valve size Angle of opening (Cv)


mm Ins 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

100 4 0 9 30 63 114 188 299 448 615 684


150 6 0 21 70 143 259 429 681 1037 1435 1600
200 8 0 36 125 255 458 760 1207 1847 2562 2860
250 10 0 58 198 405 730 1210 1920 3000 4200 4700
300 12 0 82 281 576 1038 1720 2731 4230 5907 6604
350 14 0 103 353 724 1300 2156 3422 5136 7053 7850
400 16 0 137 468 959 1725 2860 4539 6870 9450 10529
450 18 0 172 590 1207 2177 3609 5729 8539 11684 12991
500 20 0 212 729 1490 2687 4454 7070 10510 14360 15960
600 24 0 310 1065 2178 3925 6508 10330 15230 20720 23000

16 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve STEADSEAL BV20000

Description Pressure Class


The Batley Steadseal Valve incorporates a rubber seal ASME 150 to 300
clamped to the vane edge and is designed to ensure
Size Range
a uniform 360 seal contact in the closed position.
The double eccentric action moves the vane into 150mm to 3500mm
and out of the bodyseat with the minimum of wear
Temperature Range
and seating torque. This valve is particularly suitable
where both tight shut off and control is required. 30C to 200C
Our range covers ratings up to NP16 to BS5155 Body Type
Wafer Long and Double Flanged in sizes from
Wafer, Lugged,
150mm to 3500mm on request.
Flanged, Clamped
For on/off service the valves can be operated
Materials
manually with a worm and quadrant gearbox or
remotely operated by pneumatic piston (rotary or All castable materials,
cylinder), hydraulic or electric actuators. Carbon Steel,
Stainless Steel,
On flow control service we can supply with
Duplex, Super Duplex,
pneumatic positioning actuators suitable for a 3-15
Hastalloy, Inconel,
psi air signal or a 4 to 20 MA electrical signal.
Monel, Titanium, etc.
Accessories could include air fail safe, air fail fix,
solenoid valves, limit switches and filter regulators.

Materials
Body Bodyseat
Normally manufactured in high-grade cast We provide a stainless steel seat in the body
iron to BS1452 Grade 250 to a flangeless ring for general applications but for strictly non-
type design. Alternative materials could be corrosive services such as clean air, we coat
cast steel, stainless steel, aluminium and the body bore with an anti-corrosive surface
aluminium bronze. The valve is suitable for treatment.
through-bolt mounting between flanges to
BS4504, BS10, BS1560, ANSI or DIN.
Resilient Seal
A high-quality nitrile rubber sealing ring is
Vane firmly attached to the vane edge with a steel
The vanes streamlined design improves the clamping ring fixed with stainless steel
flow line, reduces the head loss and is setscrews and tab washers which ensure that
manufactured in high-grade cast iron to the setscrews do not work loose in service.
BS1452 Grade 250 or cast steel to ASTM-A216 Alternative seals in viton, butyl, neoprene
Grade WCB depending upon pressure and ethylene propylene can be supplied
requirements. Stainless steel, aluminium and depending on service conditions with
aluminium bronze are alternatives to suit clamping rings to suit the vane material.
corrosive applications.
Gland
Bearings At the drive end of the valve a conventional
PTFE -faced self lubricating Glacier DU gland arrangement with a one piece gland
bearings are normally fitted and adequately follower in stainless steel provides uniform
provide for the high loading, low friction support to the packing material. Moulded
requirements of the butterfly valve. packing rings selected to suit the flowing
media would generally be teflon based. At
the blank end of the valve a non asbestos flat
Spindles gasket is supported with zinc-plated steel
Two stub spindles on larger sizes and cover.
through-spindles on smaller sizes are firmly
secured to the vane with stainless steel pins.
Testing
The spindles are sized to suit the service and
pressure requirement in either stainless steel The body is hydraulically tested in accordance
17-4 Ph or 316. with BS5155 and the seat is usually tested
pneumatically for tight shut-off against the
specified working pressure in the normal
direction of flow. When shut-off is specified in
the reverse direction of flow, the valve can be
tested up to approximately half of the rated
For CV values refer to page 47. maximum pressure.

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STEADSEAL BV20000 Batley Valve

Materials
Seal Materials
NOTES: Intermittent operating temperature means The table opposite represents the most common
peaking above the maximum continuous materials of construction but it should be noted that
temperature for one to two minutes occasionally other materials and combinations of the above
but not on an hourly/daily frequency. materials can be supplied.
The Rubber Selection table should only be used for For use on corrosive media cast iron and carbon
general guidance and full details of temperatures, Steel bodies can be supplied with a number of
line fluids, pressures, frequency of operations, different linings for protection, the most common of
velocities and vacuum conditions etc., should be which are given below:
included with your enquiry to ensure that the
Glass Flake Coating, Rubber lining both soft
correct seal selection is recommended.
(neoprene) or hard (ebonite), Xylan resin bonded
PTFE, Fusion bonded epoxy.
Temperature Range C
Seal Materials General Service Continuous Intermittent
In some circumstances valve bodies may be
Min Max Max supplied in a fabricated mild steel construction in
lieu of cast iron or cast carbon steel.
Nitrile Water, sea water, oils, - 30 + 100 + 120
natural gas
Neoprene Some freons, oxygen, - 30 + 100 + 120
Cast Iron Carbon Steel 316 St Steel Al. Bronze
some chemicals and solvents
Butyl Water, air, acetone, esters - 30 + 100 + 110 Body BS 1452 Gr 250 ASTM A216 WCB ASTM A351 CF8M BS 1400 AB2
Ethylene Propylene LP Steam, hot water, - 40 + 120 + 140 Vane BS 1452 Gr 250 ASTM A216 WCB ASTM A351 CF8M BS 1400 AB2
ketones, ester, alcohols Shaft 17-4 PH/316 SS 17-4 PH/316 SS 17-4 PH/316 SS Monel K500
Viton Gasolines, fuels, oils, solvents, - 15 + 200 Seal Nitrile/EPDM Nitrile/EPDM Nitrile/EPDM Nitrile/EPDM
aromatic hydrocarbons.
NOTE - Not steam

Dimensions
To suit actuator
T D C1
Nominal bore Lifting
holes
A B C1 C2 D E
Wafer Flanged

150 * 76 140 205 175



200 * 89 152 235 207 B

250 * 114 165 275 237
300 * 114 178 320 285

350 * 127 190 347 312


A

Saw cut in
400 * 140 216 375 340 line with
450 * 152 222 390 377 4 Tapped or vane
500 * 152 229 470 437 through
Mounting to suit locating holes
600 * 178 267 480 490 actuator to suit mating
700 * 229 292 515 528 flange drilling
750 * 229 292 540 562
800 * 241 318 575 607
900 * 241 330 620 681
1000 * 300 410 685 731 To suit actuator
E D C2
1050 * 300 410 715 755
1200 * 350 470 813 860
1400 * 390 530 890 950
1600 * 440 600 1040 1110
1800 * 490 670 1160 1220

B

2000 * 540 760 1280 1360



A
No
m
* Dimension B will be to suit the dimensions of the .b
or
e Saw cut in
mating flanges.
line with
vane
Dimension F is dictated by the design shut off Mounting to suit
pressure when the valve is in the closed position. actuator

Feet can be
Alternative face to face dimensions can be supplied, supplied if
such as AWWA C504, MSS SP67 or to the customers required

special requirements.

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Batley Valve STEADSEAL BV20000 SERIES LD LIGHT DUTY

Description
The Light Duty series of Steadseal butterfly valve was designed
for use on low pressure gas, maximum 0.5 bar and at
temperatures up to 50C.
This design is widely used in the iron and steel industry for
both blast furnace and coke oven gas control and isolation. Its
light duty construction and low pressure duty means that a
very economical size of actuator can be used which makes the
valve ideal for automatic control using either pneumatic or
electric actuation.
When fitted with a Viton seal ring the valve is suitable for use
on dirty gas service.

Materials

18 19 15 12 13 23 22 Item No. Description


1 5
1 Body
2 Seat Ring
3 Retainer
4 Seal
5 Vane
6 Clamping Ring
7 Sealing Ring
8 Screw
9 Tab Washer
10 Spindle
11 10 20
16 17 14 21 11 Vane Pin
7 12 Vane Spacer
13 Bearing
14 Gland Ring
15 Packing
3
16 Gland Follower
17 Stud
18 Nut
2
19 Spring Washer
6 20 Blank Plate
4
21 Gasket
9 8
22 Screw
23 Springwasher

T D C1 Dimensions
Lifting
holes

Nominal bore
A B C1 C2 D E F
B

Wafer Flanged

F
600 590 692 102 445 457 35

A

700 691 800 102 510 531 35


Saw cut in
line with 750 741 845 102 556 556 35
4 Tapped or vane 800 798 905 102 570 574 35
through 900 897 1010 102 622 632 35
Mounting to suit locating holes
actuator to suit mating
flange drilling

For CV values refer to page 47.

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HYPERSEAL BV22000 Batley Valve

Description
The seal design and valve geometry combine to
ensure a uniform 360 seal contact in the closed
position and the double eccentric action moves the
disc into and out of the seat with the minimum of
wear and seating torque.
The valves are fully rated to ANSI class 150lb and
300lb in sizes up to 1000mm with sizes above on
request. A combination of the full rated ANSI class
300lb body and the economical class 150lb trim
with a maximum pressure differential of 285 PSI
makes a more competitive valve for reduced service
conditions.
Standard valves can be drilled to suit most
international flange standards up to class 300lb and
special valves can be manufactured with bodies
drilled to suit flanges up to ANSI class 2500lb.
Lugged and fully flanged designs can be offered on
request.
90 on/off action allows for fast operation when
necessary and the low torque characteristics are an
economic advantage in power operation. When SEAL
TEFLON

fitted with a suitable positioning actuator, the valve


can perform a dual purpose of modulating control
and shut off.
Normal direction of flow
Shut-off Pressures
In the closed position without pressure there is a
Up to 1400psi (100 bar)
slight interference between the disc and the seat.
Pressure Class The stainless steel support ring prevents any
outward movement of the teflon seat, so retaining
ASME 150 to 900
the sealing force. The seat is designed to move
Size Range slightly in the direction of flow, this allows the
pressure access to the back of the seat, thus making
150mm to 1600mm
the seal progressively tighter as the pressure
Temperature Range increases.
50C to 220C Any slight deflection on the disc in the case of very
high pressures, increases the tightness and shut off
Body Type
potential.
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped & Butt Welded
Materials SEAL
TEFLON

All castable materials, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel,


Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy, Inconel, Monel,
Titanium, etc.
Reverse direction of flow
In the closed position without pressure there is a
slight interference between the disc and the seat.
The stainless steel support ring prevents any
outward movement of the seat, so retaining the
sealing force. The seat is designed to move slightly
in the direction of flow, this allows the pressure
access to the back of the seat, thus making the seal
progressively tighter as the pressure increases.
Any slight deflection of the disc in the case of very
high pressures, would tend to reduce the tightness
but the pressure behind the seat compensates to
For CV values refer to page 47. maintain the shut off.

20 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve HYPERSEAL BV22000

Flanged bearing Flanged bearing


Preferred
direction of flow
Body
Disc thrust
Spindle Gland packings spacer Disc spacer
Disc pins Blank end plug

Steel retainer Seal Seal back up ring


Gland follower Gland support
Disc
ring

Materials

Component Carbon Steel 316 ST Steel AL-Bronze Duplex

Body A216 WCB A351 CF8M BS1400 AB2 A890 4A


Disc A216 WCB/A351 CF8M A351 CF8M BS1400 AB2 A890 4A
Shaft 17-4PH/316 SS 17-4PH/316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Pins 316 316 Monel 25 CR Duplex
Gland Follower St Steel St Steel St Steel St Steel
Gland Studs, St Steel St Steel St Steel St Steel
Nuts & Washers
Gland Packings PTFE PTFE PTFE PTFE
Gland Ring 316 SS 316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Bearings 316/PTFE 316/PTFE Bronze/PTFE PTFE
Disc Spacers 316 SS 316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Blank End Plug Carbon Steel 316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Seal Retainer Carbon Steel 316 SS Al-Bronze 25 CR Duplex
Seal Back Up Ring 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 25 CR Duplex
Seal R-PTFE R-PTFE R-PTFE R-PTFE

Alternative materials include: LCB, Monel, LG-2, Alloy 20, 316L, Titanium, Hastalloy, Inconel and super duplex.

Technical Standards
Design: API 609, BS 5155, MSS SP68
Pressure Testing: API 598, BS 6755 Part 1, FCI 70-2
Wall Thickness: ANSI B16.34
Face To Face Dimensions: BS5155, API 609, DIN 3202, ISO 5752
Quality Assurance: ISO 9001

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HYPERSEAL BV22000 Batley Valve

Dimensions
Double Flanged Wafer/Lugged
To suit
To suit actuator Disc rotation
actuator D E
E D clockwise

3mm K holes J
Spigot tapped
L Minimum allowable
F inside pipe bore for

A
disc clearance
A

b
H
b

or
or
e

e
M
of

of
re
ta

re
H

B

in

ta
B
er

in

er
G G

dia locating
spigot for actuator Spindle end marked
C2 Note: Alternative seal retainer available to suit in line with disc
spiral wound gaskets. C1
Sizes up to 1400mm on request. Face to face
Butt weld body designs available on request.

50 - 1000mm Class 150lb

Valve size A B C1 C2 D E F G H J K L M
Wafer Flanged

50 44 95 43 108 95 70 12 67 44 11 4 M8 49
80 69 129 47 114 120 95 15 67 44 11 4 M8 74
100 90 160 52 127 143 120 15 67 44 15 4 M10 96
125 117 186 56 140 165 145 20 67 44 15 4 M10 120
150 140 212 58 140 205 180 20 108 66 16 4 M12 143
200 189 270 64 152 238 210 25 108 66 16 4 M12 194
250 233 328 72 165 260 255 30 108 66 18 4 M16 240
300 284 383 81 178 300 285 35 108 66 18 4 M16 288
350 327 426 92 190 310 325 35 108 66 18 4 M16 317
400 377 474 102 216 320 340 40 108 66 32 4 M16 363
450 426 534 114 222 370 350 45 108 70 32 4 M20 409
500 472 590 127 229 418 410 45 165 97 17 8 M16 455
600 567 692 154 267 490 510 60 165 103 - - - 547
700 667 800 172 292 560 580 70 165 103 - - - 647
750 725 857 180 292 590 610 80 200 123 - - - 705
800 770 914 190 318 610 620 80 200 123 - - - 750
900 845 1025 241 330 620 630 90 200 123 - - - 835
1000 945 1120 241 410 630 640 100 200 123 - - - 925

50 - 1000mm Class 300lb

Valve size A B C1 C2 D E F G H J K L M
Wafer Flanged

50 44 95 43 150 95 70 12 67 44 11 4 M8 49
80 69 129 47 180 120 95 15 67 44 11 4 M8 74
100 90 160 52 190 143 120 20 67 44 15 4 M10 96
125 117 186 56 200 165 145 20 67 44 15 4 M10 120
150 140 212 58 210 205 180 25 108 66 16 4 M12 143
200 189 270 64 230 238 210 30 108 66 16 4 M12 194
250 233 328 72 250 260 255 35 108 66 18 4 M16 240
300 284 383 81 270 300 285 40 165 66 18 4 M16 288
350 317 412 127 290 354 360 50 165 97 36 4 M16 317
400 363 469 146 310 386 410 60 165 103 17 8 M16 363
450 409 533 160 330 418 440 65 165 103 17 8 M16 409
500 455 584 165 350 450 480 70 165 103 17 8 M16 455
600 547 692 181 390 515 560 80 165 103 22 8 M16 547
700 647 800 220 430 580 590 90 165 103 - - - 647
750 705 857 241 430 610 620 100 200 123 - - - 705
800 745 914 260 470 630 640 110 200 130 - - - 750
900 825 1022 270 510 655 665 120 220 130 - - - 825
1000 925 1085 270 550 680 690 130 220 130 - - - 925

Dimensions shown as on application. API 609 face to Face dimensions for 300lb valves available on request.

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Batley Valve HYPERSEAL BV22000

Sizing & Selection


Torques for Sizing Actuators - Inch-Pounds
(R - P.T.F.E. Seat)
Actuator selection is dependent upon a number of variable
factors such as pressure drop across the valve, seat and
bearing friction torques, cryogenic temperatures and flowing
media. The figures in the following table are based on
standard valves and materials working in normal service
conditions. A safety factor as recommended by the actuator
manufacturer should be applied. Consult Batley Valve for
cryogenic torque figures.

50 - 1000mm Class 150/285 DP

Valve dia. Spindle dia. Pressure drop across valve in closed position (psi)
50 100 150 200 285

50 12 97 101 105 109 116


80 15 200 211 221 232 250
100 15 363 386 408 430 469
125 20 631 681 731 781 867
150 20 833 905 977 1049 1171
200 25 1570 1733 1895 2058 2335
250 30 2422 2716 3010 3304 3803
300 35 3159 3669 4178 4687 5553
350 35 4325 5001 5676 6351 7499
400 40 6397 7422 8447 9472 11215
450 45 8164 9636 11107 12579 15080
500 45 10375 12158 13940 15722 18752
600 60 15843 19319 22795 26271 32180
700 70 22162 27895 33628 39361 49107
750 80 25873 33455 41038 48621 61511
800 80 30161 38831 47502 56173 70913
900 90 40903 52454 64005 75557 95194
1000 100 50452 67191 83930 100669 129125

50 - 1000mm Class 300/740 DP

Valve dia. Spindle dia. Pressure drop across valve in closed position (psi)
300 400 500 600 740

50 12 117 125 134 143 154


80 15 385 312 338 364 401
100 20 535 595 655 714 798
125 20 882 982 1082 1182 1322
150 25 1346 1526 1706 1885 2137
200 30 2600 2991 3382 3772 4319
250 35 4206 4892 5577 6263 7222
300 40 6163 7327 8491 9655 11285
350 50 9594 11523 13452 15381 18052
400 60 14794 17870 20945 24021 28327
450 65 19650 23901 28152 32402 38535
500 70 25463 31008 36553 42098 49861
600 80 40297 49566 58835 68104 81081
700 90 60777 75519 90261 105003 109091
750 100 72528 94239 113195 132152 158691
800 110 93206 117051 140895 164739 198121
900 120 121946 152749 183553 214357 257482
1000 130 164461 207983 251504 295026 355956

316 shafts cannot be used without increasing size

For CV values refer to page 47.

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FIRESAFE HYPERSEAL BV24000 Batley Valve

Description
In 1964 BATLEY was probably the first UK
manufacturer of high pressure butterfly shut off valves
incorporating a PTFE (Teflon) seal. This valve is now
known as a high performance butterfly valve. With
over thirty years experience the present Hyperseal
valve has developed into a highly efficient valve for
control and isolation duty.
The seal design and valve geometry combine to
ensure a uniform 360 seal contact in the closed
position and the double eccentric action moves the
disc into and out of the seat with the minimum of
wear and seating torque.
Due to the increased demands of the petrochemical &
offshore industries the Hyperseal was developed into a
Firesafe design which incorporates a metal
secondary seal which will maintain a positive shut off
in the event of the primary PTFE seal being destroyed
in a fire.
The range of valve sizes in 150lb & 300lb are certified
to BS 6755 part 2. The valves are fully rated to ANSI
Class 150lb and 300lb in sizes up to 1000mm with
larger sizes available on special request. 300lb rated
valves can also be supplied with 150lb rated trim to
provide a more economical package.
All valves can be supplied with alternative flange
drillings such as BS 4504 PN 10/16/25 & 40, JIS, BS10,
with others on special request.
Special valves can be supplied with higher rated bodies
up to ANSI Class 2500lb but fitted with lower rated
trim, this is particularly useful on control applications
where the full shut off pressure is not required.
The Firesafe Hyperseal provides an economical
package for both actuated on/off and control
applications when fitted with a suitable operator.
The valve can be supplied with Wafer, Lugged and
Double Flanged bodies and incorporating full and
reduced bore sizes to suit the application.
Pressure Class
ASME 150 to 300
Size Range
150mm to 1600mm
Temperature Range
50C to 220C
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped & Butt Welded
Materials
All castable materials, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel,
Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy, Inconel, Monel,
Titanium, etc.

For CV values refer to page 47.

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Batley Valve FIRESAFE HYPERSEAL BV24000

Flanged bearing Flanged bearing


Preferred
direction of flow
Body
Disc thrust
Spindle Gland packings spacer Disc spacer
Disc pins Blank end plug

Steel retainer Seal Seal back up ring


Gland follower Gland support
Disc
ring

Materials

Component Carbon Steel 316 ST Steel AL-Bronze Duplex

Body A216 WCB A351 CF8M BS1400 AB2 A890 4A


Disc A216 WCB/A351 CF8M A351 CF8M BS1400 AB2 A890 4A
Shaft 17-4PH/316 SS 17-4PH/316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Pins 316 316 Monel 25 CR Duplex
Gland Follower St Steel St Steel St Steel St Steel
Gland Studs, St Steel St Steel St Steel St Steel
Nuts & Washers
Gland Packings PTFE PTFE PTFE PTFE
Gland Ring 316 SS 316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Bearings 316/PTFE 316/PTFE Bronze/PTFE PTFE
Disc Spacers 316 SS 316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Blank End Plug Carbon Steel 316 SS Monel 25 CR Duplex
Seal Retainer Carbon Steel 316 SS Al-Bronze 25 CR Duplex
Seal Back Up Ring 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 25 CR Duplex
Seal R-PTFE R-PTFE R-PTFE R-PTFE
Firesafe Seal 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS 25 CR Duplex
Alternative materials include: LCB, Monel, LG-2, Alloy 20, 316L, Titanium, Hastalloy, Inconel and super duplex.

Technical Standards
Design: API 609, BS 5155, MSS SP68
Pressure Testing: API 598, BS 6755 Part 1, FCI 70-2
Wall Thickness: ANSI B16.34
Face to Face Dimensions: BS5155, API 609, DIN 3202, ISO 5752
Quality Assurance: ISO 9001
Firesafe: BS 6755 Part 2

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FIRESAFE HYPERSEAL BV24000 Batley Valve

Dimensions
Double Flanged Wafer/Lugged
To suit
To suit actuator Disc rotation
actuator D E
E D clockwise

3mm K holes J
Spigot tapped
L Minimum allowable
F inside pipe bore for

A
disc clearance
A

b
H
b

or
or
e

e
M
of

of
re
ta

re
H

B

in

ta
B
er

in

er
G G

dia locating
spigot for actuator Spindle end marked
C2 Note: Alternative seal retainer available to suit in line with disc
spiral wound gaskets. C1
Sizes up to 1200mm on request. Face to face
Butt weld body designs available on request.

50 - 1000mm Class 150lb

Valve size A B C1 C2 D E F G H J K L M
Wafer Flanged

50 44 95 43 108 95 70 12 67 44 11 4 M8 49
80 69 129 47 114 120 95 15 67 44 11 4 M8 74
100 90 160 52 127 143 120 15 67 44 15 4 M10 96
125 117 186 56 140 165 145 20 67 44 15 4 M10 120
150 140 212 58 140 205 180 20 108 66 16 4 M12 143
200 189 270 64 152 238 210 25 108 66 16 4 M12 194
250 233 328 72 165 260 255 30 108 66 18 4 M16 240
300 284 383 81 178 300 285 35 108 66 18 4 M16 288
350 327 426 92 190 310 325 35 108 66 18 4 M16 317
400 377 474 102 216 320 340 40 108 66 32 4 M16 363
450 426 534 114 222 370 350 45 108 70 32 4 M20 409
500 472 590 127 229 418 410 45 165 97 17 8 M16 455
600 567 692 154 267 490 510 60 165 103 - - - 547
700 667 800 172 292 560 580 70 165 103 - - - 647
750 725 857 180 292 590 610 80 200 123 - - - 705
800 770 914 190 318 610 620 80 200 123 - - - 750
900 845 1025 241 330 620 630 90 200 123 - - - 835
1000 945 1120 241 410 630 640 100 200 123 - - - 925

50 - 1000mm Class 300lb

Valve size A B C1 C2 D E F G H J K L M
Wafer Flanged

50 44 95 43 150 95 70 12 67 44 11 4 M8 49
80 69 129 47 180 120 95 15 67 44 11 4 M8 74
100 90 160 52 190 143 120 20 67 44 15 4 M10 96
125 117 186 56 200 165 145 20 67 44 15 4 M10 120
150 140 212 58 210 205 180 25 108 66 16 4 M12 143
200 189 270 64 230 238 210 30 108 66 16 4 M12 194
250 233 328 72 250 260 255 35 108 66 18 4 M16 240
300 284 383 81 270 300 285 40 165 66 18 4 M16 288
350 317 412 127 290 354 360 50 165 97 36 4 M16 317
400 363 469 146 310 386 410 60 165 103 17 8 M16 363
450 409 533 160 330 418 440 65 165 103 17 8 M16 409
500 455 584 165 350 450 480 70 165 103 17 8 M16 455
600 547 692 181 390 515 560 80 165 103 22 8 M16 547
700 647 800 220 430 580 590 90 165 103 - - - 647
750 705 857 241 430 610 620 100 200 123 - - - 705
800 745 914 260 470 630 640 110 200 130 - - - 750
900 825 1022 270 510 655 665 120 220 130 - - - 825
1000 925 1085 270 550 680 690 130 220 130 - - - 925

Dimensions shown as on application. API 609 face to face dimensions for 300lb valves available on request.

26 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve FIRESAFE HYPERSEAL BV24000

Sizing & Selection


Torques for Sizing Actuators - Inch-Pounds
(R - P.T.F.E. Seat)
Actuator selection is dependent upon a number of variable
factors such as pressure drop across the valve, seat and
bearing friction torques, cryogenic temperatures and flowing
media. The figures in the following table are based on
standard valves and materials working in normal service
conditions. A safety factor as recommended by the actuator
manufacturer should be applied. Consult Batley Valve for
cryogenic torque figures.

50 - 1000mm Class 150/285 DP

Valve dia. Spindle dia. Pressure drop across valve in closed position (psi)
50 100 150 200 285

50 12 107 110 115 119 126


80 12 220 231 241 252 270
100 15 393 406 438 460 499
125 20 681 731 781 831 917
150 20 903 975 1047 1119 1241
200 25 1700 1863 2025 2188 2465
250 30 2622 2916 3210 3504 4003
300 35 3409 3919 4428 4937 5803
350 35 4675 5351 6026 6610 7850
400 40 7010 8110 9150 10080 11900
450 45 8910 10300 11900 13300 15800
500 45 11300 13100 14900 16700 19700
600 60 17100 20600 24000 27500 33500
700 70 23800 29100 34900 40600 50400
750 80 27800 35400 43100 50600 63600
800 80 32300 40900 49700 58300 72900
900 90 43900 55500 67100 78900 98200
1000 100 57500 74200 91000 110000 138000

50 - 1000mm Class 300/740 DP

Valve dia. Spindle dia. Pressure drop across valve in closed position (psi)
300 400 500 600 740

50 12 127 135 144 153 164


80 15 305 332 358 384 421
100 20 565 625 685 744 828
125 20 932 1032 1132 1232 1372
150 25 1416 1596 1776 1955 2207
200 30 2730 3130 3520 3900 4450
250 35 4400 5100 5780 6470 7430
300 40 6420 7580 8750 9950 11600
350 50 9950 11950 13850 15750 18500
400 60 15400 18600 21600 24700 29100
450 65 20400 24700 28900 33100 39300
500 70 26500 32100 37600 43000 50900
600 80 41500 50800 60100 69400 82300
700 90 62400 77200 91900 106700 110100
750 100 74100 96400 115200 135200 161000
800 110 95300 119200 143000 167000 201000
900 120 125000 155900 186700 217500 260000
1000 130 171000 213500 257900 355000 362000

316 shafts cannot be used without increasing size

For CV values refer to page 47.

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METALSEAL BV26000 Batley Valve

Description
The seal design and valve geometry combine to
ensure a uniform 360 seal contact in the closed
position and the double eccentric action moves the
disc into and out of the seat with the minimum of
wear and seating torque.
The valves are fully rated to ANSI class 150lb and
300lb in sizes up to 1000mm with sizes up to
1600mm on request. The range of 300lb valves can
be offered with 150lb rated trim to give a more
economical solution for applications only requiring
a shut off pressure of up to 285 psi but with a 300lb
rated body.
All valve sizes can be drilled to suit most
international flange standards up to 300lb and
special valves can be manufactured with Bodies
drilled to suit flanges up to ANSI Class 2500lb.
The 90 action of the valve allows for fast operation
when used or on/off duty and fitted with a powered
operator. When fitted with a suitable actuator and
positioner the valve can perform the dual function
of modulating control and isolation.
The Metalseal design lends its self for use on higher
temperatures and abrasive service where a PTFE seal
would not be acceptable. The valve is supplied to
ANSI Class IV leakage as standards and with ANSI
Class V, MSS SP61 & API 5 on special request.
The valve can be supplied with a range of hard
surface deposits for the seat & seal such as hard
Chrome plating, Stellite & Tungsten Carbide.
Pressure Class
ASME 150 to 2500
Size Range
T

150mm to 1600mm Reverse Flow Direction

Temperature Range In the closed position the seal retaining ring


prevents the seal ring from moving away from the
-196C to 900C
pressure and so maintaining the sealing force
Body Type between the seal and disc. As the line pressure
increases the disc will deflect slightly to help
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped & Butt Welded
maintain the seat leakage within the required
Materials standard.

All castable materials, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel,


Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy, Inconel, Monel,
Titanium, etc.

Normal Flow Direction


In the closed position the line pressure will deflect
the seal in the direction of the valve body thus
maintaining the sealing forces between the seal and
disc. This movement allows the required seat
leakage to be maintained within the required
For CV values refer to page 47. standard.

28 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve METALSEAL BV26000

Flanged bearing Flanged bearing


Preferred
direction of flow
Body
Disc thrust
Spindle Gland packings spacer Disc spacer
Disc pins Blank end plug

Steel retainer Seal Seal back up ring


Gland follower Gland support
Disc
ring

Materials

Component Carbon Steel High Temp Carbon Steel 316 St. Steel

Body A216 WCB A352 WC6/WC9 A351 CF8M


Disc, See Note 1 A216 WCB/A351 CF8M A351 CF8M A351 CF8M
Shaft See Note 2 See Note 2 See Note 2
Pins 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS
Gland Follower St Steel St Steel St Steel
Gland Studs, Nuts St Steel St Steel St Steel
& Washers
Gland Packings PTFE/Graphoil PTFE/Graphoil PTFE/Graphoil
Gland Ring 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS
Bearings 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS
Disc Spacers 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS
Blank End Plug Carbon Steel Carbon Steel 316 SS
Seal Retainer Carbon Steel 316SS 316 SS
Seal Back Up Ring 316 SS 316 SS 25 CR Duplex
Seal Gasket Graphite Graphite Graphite
Seal 316 SS 316 SS 316 SS

Alternative materials include: LCB, Monel, LG-2, Alloy 20, 316L, Titanium, Hastalloy, Inconel and super duplex.

1. All discs are hard chromium coated.


2. Shaft materials are chosen to suit the design pressure and
temperature of the valve. Standard materials are as follows:
Up to 400C - 17-4ph & 316
401 to 600C - 316, Monel, Nitronic 50/80, Inconel 625
601 to 800C - 37/18 ss
Technical Standards
Design: API 609, BS 5155, MSS SP68
Pressure Testing: API 598, BS 6755 Part 1, FCI 70-2
Wall Thickness: ANSI B16.34
Face to Face Dimensions: BS 5155, API 609, DIN 3202, ISO 5752
Quality Assurance: ISO 9001

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METALSEAL BV26000 Batley Valve

Dimensions
Double Flanged Wafer/Lugged
To suit
To suit actuator Disc rotation
actuator D E
E D clockwise

3mm K holes J
Spigot tapped
L Minimum allowable
F inside pipe bore for

A
disc clearance
A

b
H
b

or
or
e

e
M
of

of
re
ta

re
H

B

in

ta
B
er

in

er
G G

dia locating
spigot for actuator Spindle end marked
C2 Note: Alternative seal retainer available to suit in line with disc
spiral wound gaskets. C1
Sizes up to 1200mm on request. Face to face
Butt weld body designs available on request.

50 - 1000mm Class 150lb

Valve size A B C1 C2 D E F G H J K L M
Wafer Flanged

50 44 95 43 108 95 70 12 67 44 11 4 M8 49
80 69 129 47 114 120 95 15 67 44 11 4 M8 74
100 90 160 52 127 143 120 15 67 44 15 4 M10 96
125 117 186 56 140 165 145 20 67 44 15 4 M10 120
150 140 212 58 140 205 180 20 108 66 16 4 M12 143
200 189 270 64 152 238 210 25 108 66 16 4 M12 194
250 233 328 72 165 260 255 30 108 66 18 4 M16 240
300 284 383 81 178 300 285 35 108 66 18 4 M16 288
350 327 426 92 190 310 325 35 108 66 18 4 M16 317
400 377 474 102 216 320 340 40 108 66 32 4 M16 363
450 426 534 114 222 370 350 45 108 70 32 4 M20 409
500 472 590 127 229 418 410 45 165 97 17 8 M16 455
600 567 692 154 267 490 510 60 165 103 - - - 547
700 667 800 172 292 560 580 70 165 103 - - - 647
750 725 857 180 292 590 610 80 200 123 - - - 705
800 770 914 190 318 610 620 80 200 123 - - - 750
900 845 1025 241 330 620 630 90 200 123 - - - 835
1000 945 1120 241 410 630 640 100 200 123 - - - 925

50 - 1000mm Class 300lb

Valve size A B C1 C2 D E F G H J K L M
Wafer Flanged

50 44 95 43 150 95 70 12 67 44 11 4 M8 49
80 69 129 47 180 120 95 15 67 44 11 4 M8 74
100 90 160 52 190 143 120 20 67 44 15 4 M10 96
125 117 186 56 200 165 145 20 67 44 15 4 M10 120
150 140 212 58 210 205 180 25 108 66 16 4 M12 143
200 189 270 64 230 238 210 30 108 66 16 4 M12 194
250 233 328 72 250 260 255 35 108 66 18 4 M16 240
300 284 383 81 270 300 285 40 165 66 18 4 M16 288
350 317 412 127 290 354 360 50 165 97 36 4 M16 317
400 363 469 146 310 386 410 60 165 103 17 8 M16 363
450 409 533 160 330 418 440 65 165 103 17 8 M16 409
500 455 584 165 350 450 480 70 165 103 17 8 M16 455
600 547 692 181 390 515 560 80 165 103 22 8 M16 547
700 647 800 220 430 580 590 90 165 103 - - - 647
750 705 857 241 430 610 620 100 200 123 - - - 705
800 745 914 260 470 630 640 110 200 130 - - - 750
900 825 1022 270 510 655 665 120 220 130 - - - 825
1000 925 1085 270 550 680 690 130 220 130 - - - 925

Dimensions shown as on application. API 609 face to face dimensions for 300lb valves available on request.

30 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve METALSEAL BV26000

Sizing & Selection

50 - 1000mm Class 150lb Valve Torques at 200C (lbf/in) 50 - 1000mm Class 300lb Valve Torques at 200C (lbf/in)

Valve dia. Shaft size Closed pressure drop position psi G Valve dia. Shaft size Closed pressure drop position psi G
50 100 150 200 285 300 400 500 600 740
50 12 116 120 124 128 135 50 12 140 145 153 162 173
80 15 262 273 283 294 310 80 15 344 370 396 423 460
100 20 446 475 505 535 586 100 20 595 655 714 774 858
125 20 636 686 736 786 870 125 20 890 986 1090 1190 1230
150 20 1010 1080 1150 1220 1340 150 25 1500 1670 1860 2030 2280
200 25 1820 1990 2150 2310 2590 200 30 2860 3240 3630 4020 4570
250 30 2820 3110 3410 3710 4210 250 35 4600 5300 5900 6660 7600
300 35 4250 4760 5270 5780 6650 300 40 7200 8400 9500 10700 12300
350 35 5680 6360 7100 7700 8850 350 50 10900 12800 14800 16700 19400
400 40 7600 8620 9640 10670 12410 400 60 16300 19400 22500 25600 29800
450 45 9800 11290 12760 14230 16730 450 65 21600 25900 30200 34400 40400
500 45 12590 14600 16500 18500 21900 500 70 28000 33000 38000 44000 52000
600 60 18500 21900 25300 28800 34700 600 80 43000 52000 61000 71000 84000
700 70 23200 28100 33100 38000 46300 700 90 63000 78000 92000 106000 130000
750 80 27000 33600 40000 46900 58200 750 100 78000 97000 126000 134000 160000
800 80 32000 39600 47100 54700 67600 800 110 96000 120000 142000 166000 200000
900 90 40800 51000 61000 71500 89000 900 120 122000 154000 183000 210000 260000
1000 100 49500 62000 75100 87000 109100 1000 130 167000 210000 250000 305000 350000

50 - 1000mm Class 150lb Valve Torques at 400C (lbf/in) 50 - 1000mm Class 300lb Valve Torques at 400C (lbf/in)

Valve dia. Shaft size Closed pressure drop position psi G Valve dia. Shaft size Closed pressure drop position psi G
50 100 150 200 300 400 500
50 12 165 171 177 50 12 185 195 204 215
80 15 380 398 415 80 15 450 468 503 538
100 20 607 648 688 100 20 798 810 891 972
125 20 853 920 987 125 20 1167 1187 1320 1454
150 20 1340 1440 1530 150 25 1800 2010 2240 2480
200 25 2410 2620 2840 200 30 3490 3790 4330 4840
250 30 3710 4110 4510 250 35 5190 6110 3120 7950
300 35 5600 6280 6960 300 40 8090 9620 11180 12700
350 35 7450 8350 9250 350 50 11700 14300 16900 19500
400 40 9960 11300 12700 400 60 17100 21000 25100 29200
450 45 13000 14900 16900 450 65 22500 28300 33900 39600
500 45 15800 17700 19700 500 70 28900 32400 38500 44600
600 60 24200 28800 33400 600 80 44500 56800 69200 81600
700 70 31700 39300 47000 700 90 63600 83200 101000 121000
750 80 36900 47000 57100 750 100 78600 103000 127000 153000
800 80 44300 56000 67500 800 110 97800 129000 160000 192000
900 90 56000 71000 86000 900 120 123000 163000 203000 245000
1000 100 71200 93600 115000 1000 130 166000 223000 282000 340000

Metalseal
Correct material selection can accommodate operating temperatures up
to 900C.

Torques for Sizing Actuators -


Inch-Pounds (316 SS Seat)
Actuator selection is dependent upon a number of
variable factors such as pressure drop across the valve,
seat and bearing friction torques, cryogenic
temperatures and flowing media. The figures in the
following table are based on standard valves and
materials working in normal service conditions. A
safety factor as recommended by the actuator
manufacturer should be applied. Consult factory for
cryogenic torque figures.

For CV values refer to page 47.

BV 3-0406 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection 31
TRICENTRIC BV28000 Batley Valve

Description
The TRICENTRIC range of quarter turn metal seated
butterfly valves was developed in response to the
increased demand from industry for a high
performance rotary valve that could offer zero
leakage with a metal seat.
The unique geometry of the metal to metal sealing
system means that there is no rubbing between the
seat and seal with contact made only at the point of
final closure of the valve.
This design eliminates rubbing and premature wear
between the seal & seat, this gives the valve seal an
extended life compared to other designs and
removes the need to hard face the seat area for non
abrasive duty.
The valves can be supplied in a range of sizes from
3 to 96 and in ratings 150 to 900lbs. All valves
can be supplied in either Wafer, Lugged or Double
Flanged designs.
The 90 degree action of the valve allows for fast and
economical operation of the valve by Pneumatic,
Electric, Hydraulic and Gearbox actuators. When the
actuator is supplied with a suitable positioning
device the valve can form the dual function of a
control and isolation valve.
The valves are supplied as firesafe to API 607 4th Seat contact does not occur until the disc is seated closed.
edition as standard. On opening, the seal lifts cleanly off the seat at all points
The unique construction of the TRICENTRIC valve allowing long life and quality sealing for many cycles.

make it the ideal solution for cryogenic applications


on temperatures down to -200C.
The double flanged design of valve is fully
compliant with the API 609 5th edition, this
incorporates a disc position indicator, bearing
protectors and a blow out proof shaft.
Double flanged valves can be supplied with ANSI
B16.10 face to face dimensions so the direct
replacement of gate valves can be offered.
Features Guaranteed Tight Seal
1. The Shaft is offset from the disc centreline. Conducted by an Independent Test Laboratory, the
Prussian Blue Seat Test above clearly demonstrates
2. The shaft is located behind the disc mounted
TRICENTRICs superior, leak-tight, positive seal.
seal element.
Dye applied to the disc produces seating line
3. The cone axis is offset from the disc centreline. contacts only-with absolutely no rubbing or wear.
The non-jamming seating of TRICENTRIC valves
Pressure Rating
remain bubble tight after 50,000 cycles, as tests
Class 150 300 600 have proven.

32 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve TRICENTRIC BV28000

Materials

ANSI Class 150 - 3 - 36, ANSI Class 150 - 3 - 12,


ANSI Class 600 - 6 - 12

Item Description Carbon Steel 316 Stainless Steel

* Valve Body Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel/


A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
with Integral Seat with Integral Seat
* Disc Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel
A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
* Clamp Ring Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel/
A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
52 Laminated Seal 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
Metal/Gasket Klinger C-4400 (or Eq.) Klinger C-4400 (or Eq.)
* Fastener 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Lockwasher Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
* Cover Plate Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel
A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
58 Metal O - Inconel 600 Inconel 600
Ring
* Hex Head 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
Cap Screw
59 Annular Key A312 TP 316 A312 TP 316
60 Bearing Set Carbon or Metal Carbon or Metal
* Shaft 17-4PH Double H1150 17-4PH Double H1150
A564 T.630 A564 T.630
* Spiral Pin 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Parallel Keys 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
64 Packing Set John Crane 287-1/ John Crane 287-1/
Graphoil Graphoil
* Packing Gland Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel
A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
* Stud 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Hex Nut 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Parallel Keys Carbon Steel C-1045 Carbon Steel C-1045

Other materials available on request. *Consult factory for spare parts ordering information.

ANSI Class 300 - 14 - 24

Item Description Carbon Steel 316 Stainless Steel

* Valve Body Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel/


A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
with Integral Seat with Integral Seat
* Disc Carbon/Steel 316 Stainless Steel
A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
* Clamp Ring Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel/
A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
52 Laminated Seal 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
Metal/Gasket Klinger C-4400 (or Eq.) Klinger C-4400 (or Eq.)
* Fastener 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Lockwasher Stainless Steel Stainless Steel
* Hex Head 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
Cap Screw
59 Annular Key A312 TP 316 A312 TP 316
60 Bearing Set Metal Metal
* Shaft 17-4PH Double H1150 17-4PH Double H1150
A564 T.630 A564 T.630
* Spiral Pin 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Parallel Keys 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
64 Packing Set John Crane 287-1/ John Crane 287-1/
Graphoil Graphoil
* Packing Carbon Steel/ 316 Stainless Steel
Gland (2) A216 GR WCB A351 GR CF8M
* Stud 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel
* Hex Nut 316 Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel

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TRICENTRIC BV28000 Batley Valve

Dimensions

Class 150

3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 36

A 878 1058 13 1538 1838 21 221316 25516 2738 30116 351116 41316 481316
B 712 9 11 1312 16 19 21 2312 25 2712 32 3834 46
C 178 218 214 212 21316 3316 358 4 412 5 6116 658 8
D 3
4 7
8 118 114 112 158 134 2 214 212 3 3 312
E 4 8 8 8 12 12 12 16 16 20 20 28 32
F 5
8 -11 5
8-11 3
4-10 3
4-10 1
8 -9 1
8 -9 1-8 1-8 118 -8 118-8 114-8 114-8 112-8
G 6 712 912 1134 1414 17 1834 2114 2234 25 2912 36 4234
H 514 634 858 1018 1314 16 1758 2018 2112 2334 2818 3334 4014

Class 300 Class 800

3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 36 6 8 10 12
A 1334 1512 18 21 2212 2414 3134 3412 3834 3914 461516 A 2114 2414 2634 2738

Consult factory

Consult factory
B 818 938 1218 1434 1714 20 2258 2514 2738 30 3512 B 14 1612 20 22
C 178 218 2516 278 314 358 458 514 578 614 718 C 3116 4 458 512
D 3
4 7
8 114 112 158 134 214 212 234 3 312 D 114 112 158 134
E 8 8 12 12 16 16 20 20 24 24 24 E 12 12 16 20
F 3
4-10 3
4-10 3
4-10 7
8 -9 1-8 118 -8 118-8 114-8 114-8 114-8 112-8 F 1-8 118 -8 114-8 114-8
G 658 778 1058 13 1514 1734 2014 2212 2434 27 32 G 1112 1334 17 1914
H 534 7 934 12 1418 1612 1878 21 2318 2512 3014 H 934 12 1418 1612

Lugged valve
A C

B
D

Flow

E Number of bolts
F Bolt size
G Bolt circle

Wafer valve
A C

H
D

F Bolt size
G Bolt circle

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Batley Valve TRICENTRIC BV28000

Class 150 Class 300

4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24
A 1112 1612 1978 2234 2512 2638 29 3138 3414 40 A 13 1612 1978 2234 2512 3134 3412 3734 3914 461516
B 9 11 1312 16 19 21 2312 25 2712 32 B 10 1212 15 1712 2012 23 2512 28 3012 36
C 9 1012 1112 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 C 12 1578 1612 18 1934 2212 24 26 28 31
D 5 512 6 612 7 712 812 834 9 1012 D 5 512 6 612 7 712 812 834 9 1012
E 8 8 8 12 12 12 16 16 20 20 E 8 12 12 16 16 20 20 24 24 24
F 5
8 3
4 3
4 7
8 7
8 1 1 118 118 114 F 3
4 3
4 7
8 1 118 118 114 114 114 112
G 712 912 1134 1414 17 1834 2114 2234 25 2912 G 778 1058 13 1514 1734 2014 2212 2434 27 32

Class 600 A
C

6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

A 21 4
1
24 4
1
26 4 27 8 39 4 44 2 50 4
3 7 3
53 1 3
57
B 14 1612 20 22 2314 27 2914 32 37
C 22 26 31 33 35 39 43 47 55 B
D 8.27 9.06 9.84 10.63 11.42 12.20 12.99 13.78 15.35
E 12 12 16 20 20 20 20 24 24
F 1 118 114 114 138 112 158 138 178
G 1112 1334 17 1914 2034 2334 2534 2812 33

E Number of bolts ANSI B16.10


F Bolt size
G Bolt circle

Weights - Wafer/Lugged

ANSI Style 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 36
Class

150 Wafer 20 29 42 65 96 150 200 270 330 450 735 960 1680
150 Lugged 32 37 50 75 115 175 230 330 385 545 850 1125 1910
300 Wafer 35 49 70 130 170 240 410 540 730 800 1400
300 Lugged 40 57 92 160 240 300 520 680 900 1200 1800
600 Wafer 89 170 226 328 Consult factory
600 Lugged 116 208 311 443 ISO 5752

Weights - Doubled Flanged

4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

150
300
600
65
95
136
95
130
243
150
180
396
208
295
596
322
450
776
428
790
1203
547
1040
1624
636 725
1340 1560
2012 2396
1165
2480
3738
} ISO 5752

150
300
85
117
117
166
172
230
238
385
403
562
532
790
672
1040
831 920
1340 1560
1425
2480 } ANSI B16.10

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TRICENTRIC BV28000 Batley Valve

ANSI Class 150 ANSI Class 300

4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24
A 7
8 118 114 112 158 134 2 214 212 3 A 7
8 114 112 158 134 214 212 234 3 312
B 412 5 512 512 738 738 738 738 738 738 B 5516 51116 718 718 718 7 7 7 7 7
C 7
8 1716 178 11316 258 258 212 2916 238 2516 C 16164 234 23564 2116 258 112 11116 1916 112 134
D 1
4 1
4 1
4 3
8 3
8 3
8 1
2 1
2 5
8 3
4 D 1
4 1
4 3
8 3
8 3
8 1
2 5
8 5
8 3
4 7
8
E 114 114 114 114 2 2 2 318 318 318 E 1 1 134 2 2 3 3 4 4 4
F 5 5 5 5 614 614 614 634 634 634 F 5 5 614 614 614 934 934 934 934 934
G 3
8-16 3
8-16 3
8-16 3
8-16 1
2-13 1
2-13 1
2-13 5
8-11 5
8-11 5
8-11 G 3
8-16 3
8-16 3
8-16 1
2-13 1
2-13 5
8-11 5
8-11 3
4-10 3
4-10 3
4-10

Double Flanged ANSI Class 150

B E
4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24

A 7
8 1 4
1
1 2
1
1 8
5
1 4
3
1 4
3
2 2 4
1
2 2
1
378
C B 21116 258 314 4 334 412 4 334 4 738
C 1 178 11316 218 212 234 23/16 2916 238 258
D 1
4 1
4 3
8 3
8 3
8 3
8 1
2 1
2 5
8 3
4
E 118 134 134 214 2 212 334 318 338 338
D F 412 6 634 5 814 9 10 12 14 14
A F sq G 1
2-13 3
8-16 3
8-16 3
4-16 1
2-13

ANSI Class 300

4 6 8 10 12

A 8
7
114 112 158 134
G-Bolt B 21116 258 314 4 334
C 1 178 11316 218 212
D 1
4 1
4 3
8 3
8 3
8
E 1 8
1
134 134 212 2
E F 412 6 634 614 814
G 1
2-13 3
8-16 3
8-16 1
2-13 1
2-13

C
D
F
A

Sizing & Selection


CV Values

ANSI 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 36
Class

150 188 343 930 1812 2750 3900 5515 8440 11285 14092 20587 33700 50570
300 137 255 616 1152 1875 2794 3915 5247 6796 8560 12803 Consult factory
600 296 744 1450 2125 2730 4217 6487 8874 11071 16188

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Batley Valve VARIDIFF VANE BV30000

Description
The Batley Varidiff trim was developed in the early
1970s in response to an increased demand for a low
cost solution to the problems of cavitation and noise
generated by conventional butterfly valves due to
their inherent high pressure recovery.
The Varidiff trim, see Figure 1 on page 38, which
incorporates two hemi-spherical control elements on
opposite sides of the vane and ends of the face of
the vane, significantly reduces the pressure recovery
particularly at low openings i.e. 0 to 30 degrees. In
terms of the pressure recovery factor which is used
to determine the pressure at the vena-contracta, a
value of 0.9 is achieved at openings below 30
degrees compared with 0.7 for a standard vane.
Figure 3 on page 38, gives a comparison between
the static pressure recovery between a standard
vane and a varidiff vane.
Although the varidiff offers lower pressure recovery
at openings up to 30 degrees it is sometimes
necessary to complement the vane with an integral
baffle either fitted into the valve body or optionally
supplied loose. As the valve opens above 30
degrees the pressure drop is broken down across
the vane and the baffle plate which results in a
reduction in pressure recovery.
The varidiff trim can be incorporated within both
the swing through range and the Hyperseal range of
valves. The flow characteristic is equal percentage
with a turn down in excess of 100:1. Due to the low
dynamic torque a stable mode of operation is
maintained for openings between 5 and 80 degrees.
Applications
The Varidiff trim has been used successfully on a
number of demanding applications where the use
of standard butterfly valves had resulted in severe
operational problems, and premature failure of the
valve. One such application is back pressure control
on overboard dump lines in the offshore industry.
Other applications include firewater ring system
control valve, brine blowdown control, jetty loading
valves, sea-water drain and re-circulation, cooling
water circulation, and distillate to culvert valves. In
addition to the above liquid service applications it
has also found use on steam vent headers, and gas
pipelines, for low noise requirements.

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VARIDIFF VANE BV30000 Batley Valve

Materials

Part Description Carbon Steel Ali-bronze Duplex St. St.

Body ASTM A216 WCB BS1400 AB2C ASTM A890 Gr4A


Vane ASTM A351 CF8M BS1400 AB2C ASTM A890 Gr4A
Spindle 17/4 PH Monel 25% Duplex St. St.
Split taper pin 17/4 PH Monel 25% Duplex St. St.
Sealing ring (*) Glass Filled P.T.F.E. Glass Filled P.T.F.E. Glass Filled P.T.F.E.
Spindle bearing 316 + P.T.F.E. Bronze + P.T.F.E. P.T.F.E.
Packing set P.T.F.E. / Graphoil P.T.F.E. / Grap P.T.F.E /Graphoil
Gland Follower St. Steel St. Steel St. Steel
Alternative material options available on request.
(*) Used on tight shut-off applications.

Figure 1. Sectional view of valve fitted with Varidiff vane and baffle plate

Vane pin
Body
Gland follower Flow Blank end plate

Spring washer
Bearing Spring washer
Nut

Spindle

Packing Gasket Screw


Stud

Gasket
Retaining screw Varidiff vane Integral outlet
baffle plate

Figure 2. Wafer style valve with Swingthro Varidiff vane

Spindle Nut Spring washer Gland follower Packing Gland ring Varidiff vane Bearing

Body Vane pin Gasket Blank end Screw


plate

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Batley Valve VARIDIFF VANE BV30000

Figure 3. Static pressure recovery Sizing & Selection

Swing Through Varidiff CV Values Class 150lb

Valve Size Valve opening


mm 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10

100 400 320 220 152 100 64 40 20 7


125 625 500 344 237 156 100 63 31 12
150 899 719 495 341 224 144 90 44 17
200 1599 1279 880 607 399 256 160 79 29
250 2498 1998 1374 949 624 400 250 124 46
300 3598 2878 1979 1366 898 576 360 178 66
350 4621 3696 2542 1755 1154 739 463 229 85
400 6080 4863 3344 2309 1518 973 609 301 112
450 7739 6189 4257 2939 1933 1238 775 383 142
500 9598 7676 5279 3645 2397 1535 961 475 177
600 13915 11129 7654 5284 3475 2226 1393 689 256
700 19032 15221 10469 7227 4753 3044 1905 942 350
750 21890 17507 12041 8313 5466 3501 2192 1083 403
800 24948 19953 13723 9474 6230 3991 2498 1234 459
900 31663 25323 17416 12024 7907 5065 3170 1567 583
1000 39179 31334 21551 14878 9783 6267 3922 1939 721
1200 56607 45273 31137 21496 14135 9055 5667 2801 1042
Figure 4. Typical Varidiff characteristic curve

CV Values For Hyperseal Varidiff Class 150lb

Valve Size Valve opening


mm 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10

100 221 177 122 84 55 35 22 11 4


125 353 282 194 134 88 56 35 17 6
150 662 529 364 251 165 106 66 33 12
200 1205 964 663 458 301 193 121 60 22
250 2030 1624 1117 771 507 325 203 100 37
300 3016 2412 1659 1145 753 482 302 149 56
350 3808 3046 2095 1446 951 609 381 188 70
400 5059 4046 2783 1921 1263 809 506 250 93
450 6455 5163 3551 2451 1612 1033 646 319 119
500 7818 6253 4300 2969 1952 1251 783 387 144
600 11436 9146 6290 4343 2856 1829 1145 566 211
700 16167 12930 8893 6139 4037 2586 1619 800 298
750 18710 14964 10292 7105 4672 2993 1873 926 344
800 21395 17111 11768 8125 5343 3422 2142 1059 394
Figure 5. Comparison between cavitation coefficient for Varidiff and 900 25336 20263 13936 9621 6327 4053 2537 1254 466
Standard Vane
1000 33043 26427 18176 12548 8251 5285 3308 1635 608
Please note that the Cvs shown above are for guidance only as Cvs will change dependent
on shaft size and the design of the Varidiff trim, which can vary with the required duty.

Recommended Maximum Velocities For Liquid Service

Valve Size Body Material


ins mm Carbon steel 316 + Duplex Ali-bronze
ft/sec m/sec ft/sec m/sec ft/sec m/sec

4-12 100-300 30 9 30 9 20 6.1


14-24 350-600 18 5.5 18 5.5 14 4.3
Above Above 12 3.6 12 3.6 9 2.7
24 600

Recommended maximum velocities for gas/vapour service

Valve Size Max. Inlet Max. Outlet Max. Outlet Mach No. for required noise level
ins mm ft/s m/s ft/s m/s >95 dBA <95 dBA <85 dBA

4-12 100-300 200 61


14-24 350-600 100 30 350 107 0.3 0.25 0.2
Above Above 80 24
24 600

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REFRACTORY LINED VALVE BV32000 Batley Valve

Since its formation the Batley Valve Company has


specialised in butterfly valves for control of hot
gases. Our experience of Refractory Lined Valves has
been for gases at temperatures up to 1200C with
low or negligible pressure. All the valves are
designed to meet the clients specifications and sizes
can be manufactured to suit most pipeline bores
and flanges.
For temperatures of 1000C and above, or where
higher pressures are involved special valves such as
a water cooled design may be the solution that
Batley Valve can offer.
Materials of construction can vary considerably
depending upon temperature, pressure,
temperature fluctuation, flowing media, particularly
in respect to oxidising or sulphurous atmospheres
and clients own specifications.
The valve body is traditionally of a wafer design and
manufactured from fabricated steel or cast steel
(ASTM A216 GR WCB), incorporating where
possible our standard patterns. The body can be
drilled to suit the clients pipe flanges. We
recommend that the refractory cement lining is
accurately cast into the body in our works to avoid
problems on-site or in service.
Where the flowing media is dirty or dust laden and
there is a possibility of internal bearing seizure, the
valve may be designed to incorporate outboard
bearings.
Pressure Class
ASME 150 to 2500
Size Range
100mm to 2000mm
Temperature Range
Up to 1200C
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped
Materials
All castable materials, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel,
Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy, Inconel, Monel,
Titanium, etc.

For CV values refer to factory.

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Batley Valve VULCANISED RUBBER LINED BV34000

Description The vulcanised rubber lined butterfly valve


The Batley range of Vulcanised rubber lined butterfly incorporates a liner that is bonded to the valve
valves was developed in response to industries body. This allows the valve to have higher closed
request for a high quality low cost valve for use on differential pressures from full vacuum up to 20 bar
corrosive line fluids such as seawater and brine. The g and the potential for higher fluid velocities up to 8
design is such that the body and shaft material is metres per second (dependent on valve size).
fully isolated from the line fluid and as such lower The vulcanised/moulded liners can be supplied in a
specification materials such as Cast Iron & Carbon range of materials the most common being
Vane Steel can be used in lieu of the more expensive AL Neoprene, EPDM and Nitrile (Buna N). These cover
Bronze and Stainless Steel. a range of temperatures from -30 to +140C.
Rubber lining
Due to the flexible design the valve can be supplied The valve body incorporates a small raised spigot
to suit all common flange standards such as BS 4504 that prevents the body liner from being over
PN2.5 to 40, ANSI 125 TO 300LB, JIS, DIN and BS 10, compressed during installation.
Vulcanised rubber we can also supply valves to suit all international
lined body standards for face to face Pressure Class
dimensions such as BS 5155, ASME 150 to 300
AWWA C504, API 609, DIN
and ISO with special non- Size Range
standard dimensions available 50mm to 2800mm
on special request.
Temperature Range
The valve has a wide range of
applications in many industries -40 to 140C
and in particular it has found Body Type
favour in the Iron and Steel,
Electrical Generation, Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped
Desalination and Marine Materials
Industry.
All castable materials, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel,
The valve is ideally suited to Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy, Inconel, Monel,
the dual role of process Titanium, etc.
isolation and control and as
such can be fitted with a wide
range of manual and powered
operators.
Materials

Rubber Selection Table

Temperature Range C
Seal Materials General Service Continuous Intermittent
Min Max Max
Nitrile Water, sea water, oils, natural gas - 30 + 100 + 120
Neoprene Some freons, oxygen, some chemicals and solvents - 30 + 100 + 120
Ethylene Propylene LP Steam, hot water, ketones, ester, alcohols - 40 + 120 + 140
EPDM W.R.L. Approved for potable water - 40 + 120 + 140

Standard Materials of Construction

Cast Iron Carbon Steel Stainless Steel Duplex Stainless Steel Aluminium Bronze

Body EN1561-GJL-250 A216 WCB A351 CF8M A890 4A EN1982-CC333G


Vane EN1561-GJL-250 A216 WCB A351 CF8M A890 4A EN1982-CC333G
Shaft 316 / 431 SS 17-4 PH SS 17-4 PH/316 SS UNS 31803 Monel
Bearings Steel/PTFE Steel/PTFE 316/PTFE PTFE Bronze/PTFE
Packings PTFE/Graphite PTFE/Graphite PTFE/Graphite PTFE PTFE
Gland Follower Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Stainless Steel

The table above represents the most common materials of construction but it should be noted that other materials and combinations of the above materials can be supplied.
For use on corrosive media Cast Iron and Carbon Steel vanes can be supplied with a number of different coatings, the most common of which are shown below:
Glass Flake Coating, Rubber lining both soft (neoprene) or hard (ebonite), Xylan resin bonded PTFE, Fusion bonded epoxy.
In some circumstances valve bodies may be supplied in a fabricated mild steel construction in lieu of Cast Iron or Cast Carbon Steel.

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VULCANISED RUBBER LINED BV34000 Batley Valve

Dimensions Sizing & Selection


Flow Coefficients CV (US GPM) - Standard Class 150/300lb Valves

Nominal bore
A B C1 C2 D E Valve Size Angle of Opening
Wafer Flanged mm ins 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
50 * 43 108 95 102 50 2 0.6 2.3 7.9 16.2 29 49 77 120 168 188
80 * 46 114 120 124 80 3 1.3 5.2 17.7 36.3 65 108 172 270 378 424
100 * 52 127 133 137 100 4 2.3 9.2 31.6 65 117 193 307 480 680 750
150 * 56 140 205 175 125 5 3.8 14.4 50 101 182 302 480 750 1050 1180
200 * 60 152 235 207 150 6 5.3 21 71 145 262 435 690 1080 1510 1700
250 * 68 165 275 237 175 7 7.3 28 97 198 357 592 940 1470 2060 2300
300 * 78 178 320 285 200 8 9.5 37 127 260 467 775 1230 1920 2690 3000
350 * 92 190 347 312 225 9 12.0 47 160 327 591 980 1555 2430 3400 3800
400 * 102 216 375 340 250 10 14.8 58 198 405 730 1210 1920 3000 4200 4700
450 * 114 222 390 377 300 12 21 83 284 582 1049 1739 2760 4320 6050 6800
500 * 127 229 470 437 350 14 27 105 361 740 1330 2205 3500 5500 7650 8500
600 * 154 267 480 490 375 15 31 122 420 860 1550 2570 4080 6300 8800 9900
700 * 229 292 515 528 400 16 36 140 479 982 1767 2930 4650 7200 10100 11300
750 * 229 292 540 562 450 18 45 177 608 1243 2242 3717 5900 9200 12900 14400
800 * 241 318 575 607 500 20 56 216 743 1520 2740 4542 7210 11200 15500 17500
900 * 241 330 620 681 550 22 74 263 904 1850 3336 5531 8780 13600 19000 21400
1000 * 300 410 685 731 600 24 88 314 1080 2210 3982 6602 10480 16300 22800 25500
1050 * 300 410 715 755 700 28 115 429 1473 3000 5430 9010 14300 22170 31000 34700
1200 * 350 470 813 860 750 30 127 495 1700 3480 6270 10395 16500 25800 36000 40000
1400 * 390 530 890 950 800 32 142 565 1940 3950 7170 11890 18870 29400 41000 45900
1600 * 440 600 1040 1110 900 36 186 720 2470 5000 9120 15120 24000 37200 52000 58500
1800 * 490 670 1160 1220 1000 40 225 910 3090 6210 11490 19050 30000 46000 64300 72400
2000 * 540 760 1280 1360 1200 48 335 1290 4430 9000 16340 27090 43000 67000 94000 105000

* Dimension B will be to suit the dimensions of the mating flanges.


Dimension F is dictated by the design shut off pressure when the valve is in the closed position.
Dimensions C1/C2 are to BS 5155
Alternative face to face dimensions can be supplied, such as AWWA C504, MSS SP67 or to the customers special requirements.

Wafer valve Lugged valve

To suit actuator To suit actuator


E D C1 E D

Lifting
holes

B B

A A
Saw cut
in line
with vane Mounting to
Mounting to suit actuator suit actuator
4 Tapped or
through 4 Tapped or
locating holes through
to suit mating locating holes
flange drilling to suit mating
flange drilling
Double Flanged
To suit actuator
E D C2

Saw cut in
line with
Mounting to vane
suit actuator
Feet can be
supplied if
required

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Batley Valve CRYOGENIC HYPERSEAL BV36000

Description
In 1964 BATLEY was probably the first UK
manufacturer of a double offset high performance
butterfly valve incorporating a PTFE seal. By 1970
we had developed and manufactured our first valve
for cryogenic service, ever since we have embarked
on a mission to improve both the design and cost
effectiveness of the Cryogenic High Performance
Butterfly Valve.
In 1999 Batley launched its third generation
cryogenic seal. A pressure energised modified PTFE
seal that gives exceptional sealing at both low &
high pressures due to the metal energising ring
which exerts a preload onto the vane seat area even
at the lowest of pressures where other pressure
energised seals fail to perform.
The valves can be supplied in a range of body styles,
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged and Butt Weld. Fully rated
valves can be offered up to ANSI 600lb (PN100) in
sizes from 2 (50mm) to 64 (1600mm). Valve
bodies can also be supplied in ratings up to ANSI
2500lb (PN400) for special applications.
The valve is offered as standard with a cryogenic
sealing tightness that exceeds that of BS 6364
1984/98, verified test results are available for
inspection by our clients.
Shut-off Pressures
Up to 1400psi (100 bar)
Pressure Class
ASME 150 to 900
Size Range

Cryogenic Hyperseal 150mm to 1600mm


Temperature Range
Vane
-196 to 220C
Seal
Body Type
Wafer, Lugged, Flanged, Clamped & Butt Welded
Materials
Energising spring All castable materials, Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel,
Clamping ring Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastalloy, Inconel, Monel,
Titanium, etc.

Capscrew
Spring washer

For CV values refer to page 47.

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CRYOGENIC HYPERSEAL BV36000 Batley Valve

27 25 3 13 12 2 4 1 14 18 19 20 21 23

28 26 5 15 17 16 24 22

10 11 7 6

Materials

Item No. Description Material Qty

1 Body ASTM A351 CF8M St.St. 1


2 Vane ASTM A351 CF8M St.St. 1
3 Spindle 316 St.St. 1
4 Split Taper Pin 316 St.St. 3
5 Clamping Ring 316 St.St. 1
6 Sealing Ring Modified P.T.F.E. 1
7 Spring Elgiloy 1
10 * Capscrew BS6105 A2-70 St.St. 8
11 * Springwasher 316 St.St. 8
12 Vane Spacer 316 St.St. 2
13 Bearing Metaloplast MP3 2
14 Bonnet ASTM A351 CF8M St.St. 1
15 Spiral Wound Gasket St.St./Graphite 1
16 Screw BS4882 MB8M St.St. 8
17 Springwasher 316 St.St. 8
18 Bearing Metaloplast MP3 1
19 Gland Ring 316 St.St. 1
20 Packing Braided P.T.F.E. 6
21 Gland Follower 316 St.St. 1
22 Stud BS6105 A2-70 St.St. 4
23 Nut BS6105 A2-70 St.St. 4
24 Springwasher 316 St.St. 4
25 Blank End Plate 316 St.St. 1
26 Gasket St.St./Graphite 1
27 Screw BS6105 A2-70 St.St. 8
28 Springwasher 316 St.St. 8

* Depends on valve size

Alternative materials include: LCB, 316L, Duplex & Super Duplex.


Technical Standards
Design: API 609, BS 5155, MSS SP68
Pressure Testing: API 598, BS 6755 Part 1, FCI 70-2
Wall Thickness: ANSI B16.34
Face to Face Dimensions: BATLEY STANDARD
Quality Assurance: ISO 9001

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Batley Valve CRYOGENIC HYPERSEAL BV36000

Dimensions

50 - 900mm Class 150lb (PN16)

Valve size A B C D E F G H

50 44 95 43 565 70 726 164 203


80 72 129 47 565 95 726 164 203
100 90 158 53 565 115 726 164 203
125 117 186 58 565 145 826 164 203
150 140 216 58 665 160 826 164 203
200 190 270 70 790 200 958 209 254
250 235 324 80 790 240 958 232 356
300 280 381 90 880 245 1048 232 356
350 330 413 127 930 315 1108 260 457
400 380 470 140 930 330 1108 325 457
450 426 540 152 930 365 1139 445 356
500 472 590 152 930 420 1139 445 457
600 567 692 178 1058 485 1312 476 457
700 647 795 200 1058 590 1312 476 457
750 725 860 235 1185 620 1412 476 457
800 770 914 235 1185 630 1412 541 457
900 884 1030 241 1385 650 1423 541 457

50 - 900mm Class 300lb (PN40)

Valve size A B C D E F G H

50 44 95 43 565 70 726 164 203


80 72 129 47 565 95 726 164 203
100 90 158 53 565 115 726 164 203
125 117 186 58 565 145 826 164 203
150 140 216 58 665 160 840 209 254
200 190 270 70 790 205 966 249 305
250 235 324 80 790 240 966 325 457
300 284 381 90 880 275 1100 325 457
350 327 414 165 930 365 1110 445 356
400 377 470 180 930 382 1110 445 356
450 426 540 190 930 430 1130 476 457
500 472 590 200 930 470 1130 541 457
600 567 692 210 1058 520 1428 585 457
700 647 795 250 1058 590 1584 585 457
750 726 860 270 1185 644 1584 585 457
800 745 914 285 1185 690 1840 700 457
900 825 1030 300 1385 744 1840 700 457

All dimensions are in mm. Face to face dimensions for double flanged bodies are
BS 5155 short pattern.

E H

A
B

Gearbox complete with


padlockable flanges and
padlock
D to gland underside
C Face to face
F

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CRYOGENIC HYPERSEAL BV36000 Batley Valve

Sizing & Selection


Torques for Sizing Actuators - Inch-Pounds (Modified
P.T.F.E. Seat)
Actuator selection is dependent upon a number of variable
factors such as pressure drop across the valve, seat and
bearing friction torques, cryogenic temperatures and flowing
media. The figures in the following table are based on
standard valves and materials working in normal service
conditions. A safety factor as recommended by the actuator
manufacturer should be applied.

50 - 1000mm Class 150lb Full Rated

Valve dia. Closed pressure drop position psi G


50 100 150 200 285

50 146 152 159 164 174


80 300 317 332 348 375
100 545 579 612 645 704
125 947 1021 1096 1171 1300
150 1249 1357 1465 1574 1756
200 2355 2599 2842 3087 3502
250 3633 4074 4515 4956 5704
300 4738 5503 6267 7030 8330
350 6487 7501 8514 9526 11250
400 9600 11130 12670 14210 16830
450 12250 14460 16660 18870 22600
500 15600 18300 20900 23600 28100
600 23800 28900 34200 39400 48300
700 32300 41800 50500 59100 73700
750 38900 50200 61600 72900 92300
800 45300 58300 71300 84300 106400
900 61400 78700 96000 113400 142800

50 - 1000mm Class 300lb Full Rated

Valve dia. Closed pressure drop position psi G


300 400 500 600 740

50 176 188 201 215 231


80 427 468 507 546 601
100 802 892 982 1071 1197
125 1323 1473 1623 1773 1983
150 2019 2289 2559 2827 3210
200 3900 4486 5028 5658 6478
250 6309 7338 8365 9390 10840
300 9250 10990 12740 14480 16930
350 14400 18790 20180 23080 27080
400 22200 26800 31440 36040 42500
450 29500 35900 42300 48600 57800
500 38200 46500 54900 63200 74800
600 60400 74400 88400 102100 121600
700 91200 113400 135100 158100 163700
750 108900 141500 169800 198500 238100
800 139800 175600 212800 247400 297300
900 182900 229200 276800 322500 387000

Valve sizes up to 1800mm on request.

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Batley Valve CV VALUES

Sizing & Selection


CV values for (class 150) - Vane Angle
Nominal bore 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 This section provides the CV values for the following
products:-
50 89 73 55 40 28 18 11 5 3
80 226 185 140 102 70 45 27 14 7
100 402 330 249 181 125 80 48 24 12
page
125 642 526 398 289 199 128 77 39 19
150 1204 987 746 542 373 241 144 72 36
200 2190 1796 1358 986 679 438 263 131 66 Steadseal BV20000 17
250 3690 3026 2288 1661 1144 738 443 221 111
300 5483 4496 3399 2467 1700 1097 658 329 164
350 6924 5678 4293 3116 2146 1385 831 415 208 Hyperseal BV22000 20
400 9199 7543 5703 4140 2852 1840 1104 552 276
450 11736 9624 7276 5281 3638 2347 1408 704 352
500 14215 11656 8813 6397 4407 2843 1706 853 426 Firesafe Hyperseal BV24000 24
600 20792 17049 12891 9356 6446 4158 2495 1248 624
700 29395 24104 18225 13228 9112 5879 3527 1764 882
750 34019 27896 21092 15309 10546 6804 4082 2041 1021 Metalseal BV26000 28
800 38900 31898 24118 17505 12059 7780 4668 2334 1167
900 46066 37774 28561 20730 14280 9213 5528 2764 1382
1000 60079 49265 37249 27036 18624 12016 7209 3605 1802 Cryogenic Hyperseal BV36000 43

CV values for (class 300) - Vane Angle


Nominal bore 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10

50 89 73 55 40 28 18 11 5 3
80 226 185 140 102 70 45 27 14 7
100 383 314 237 172 119 77 46 23 11
125 642 526 398 289 199 128 77 39 19
150 1147 941 711 516 356 229 138 69 34
200 2086 1711 1293 939 647 417 250 125 63
250 3515 2882 2179 1582 1090 703 422 211 105
300 5222 4282 3238 2350 1619 1044 627 313 157
350 5885 4826 3649 2648 1824 1177 706 353 177
400 7819 6412 4848 3519 2424 1564 938 469 235
450 9976 8180 6185 4489 3093 1995 1197 599 299
500 12083 9908 7491 5437 3746 2417 1450 725 362
600 17673 14492 10958 7953 5479 3535 2121 1060 530
700 24986 20489 15491 11244 7746 4997 2998 1499 750
750 28916 23711 17928 13012 8964 5783 3470 1735 867
800 33065 27113 20500 14879 10250 6613 3968 1984 992
900 39156 32108 24277 17620 12138 7831 4699 2349 1175
1000 51067 41875 31662 22980 15831 10213 6128 3064 1532

Recommended Duty
On/Off: 0-90
Control: 0-70

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ADJUSTABLE PNEUMATIC TRIP VALVES XT-5, XT-6, XT-7 Batley Valve

Installation & Maintenance Instructions for Description


Trip Valves
Batley Valve XTV Trip Valve Range has been
Installation designed to be fully adjustable, compact, rugged,
and give a quick response to changes in pilot
These valves can be mounted in any orientation.
pressure. For use on fail-safe systems, venting
Clean all pipe lines to remove any dirt or foreign
systems, on off applications etc. They can be
matter before installation. Apply sealing compound
mounted in any orientation and have many
or tape to the male threads of the fittings to be
interchangeable parts.
connected to the valves, making sure no compound
or tape can enter the orifice of the fittings.
Installation should be so as moisture cannot enter
the vent holes but do not block these holes.
Adjustment
The trip valves will be factory tested but not set to
any specific trip pressure unless called for. Once
installed adjustment to the trip pressure can be
made by the adjusting screw (key no. 8) by turning
this clockwise the trip pressure will increase and by
turning it counter-clockwise the trip pressure will
decrease.
After final adjustment is made be sure to tighten the
locknut (key no. 9) to avoid accidental movement of
the adjusting screw.
Maintenance
To replace diaphragms (key nos 16 & 17) it is Specification
necessary to remove screws (nos 10 & 11) but first
Port Sizes - 14 NPS. FEMALE
slackening off the adjusting screw (no. 8). If it is also
Pilot Sizes - 18 NPS. FEMALE
necessary to replace the cartridge assembly (no. 7)
Max Pressure 120 PSI.
the two countersunk head screws in the diaphragm
Temperature Range - 20C to + 80C.
base (no. 2) must be removed. The cartridges can
Trip Pressure Adjustable between 0 and 110 PSI.
then be removed by allowing a small quantity of
low pressure air into the lower parts of the block. Materials
When re-assembling the cartridge seats and seals
Block - Aluminium
should be lightly coated with silicon grease.
Spring Housing - Aluminium
Diaphragm Housing - Aluminium
Cartridge Assembly - Aluminium/Brass/Buna N
Springs - Plated Steel
Diaphragms - Reinforced Rubber
Fastening - Stainless Steel
Alternative materials such as Stainless Steel or
Non-Copper specifications are available enabling
extension of operating temperature range down
to -40C at intermitent operation, not continuous.

48 Weir Valves & Controls First choice for process protection BV 3-0406
Batley Valve ADJUSTABLE PNEUMATIC TRIP VALVES XT-5, XT-6, XT-7

XTV-6 for Double Acting Actuators XTV-5 for Spring Return Actuators
a) Airfail stay put
30 For this application port C is fitted with a plug.
When the pilot air is applied ports A to B are
75
opened allowing air to flow in either direction.
C
B
A When the pilot pressure drops to the pre-
determined trip pressure, the action of the internal
Vent Pilot (a)
130 spring moves the cartridge and blocks the A to
B path leaving the actuator in its last controlled
position.
C
B
C b) Venting
A
A B
By not plugging port C this valve can be used to
vent off the air in the actuator.
50 (b)

30
a) Airfail stay put
For this application ports C and F are fitted with 75

plugs. When the pilot air is applied ports A to B


and D to E are connected allowing air to flow in
either direction through the block. Vent Pilot
130
When the pilot pressure drops to the pre-
determined trip pressure, the action of the springs
C
actuate the cartridge and blocks off all ports leaving B B
C
A
the actuator in its last position prior to the fall in A
F F
pressure. E E
D D
b) Airfail extend or retract
50 sq
(a) (b)
For this application ports B and E are connected
to the top and bottom connections of the actuator.
The main supply is fed through the ports A and
XTV-7 for Double Acting Actuators with
D in alternate succession. A separate supply
Manual Override
(possibly from a volume tank) to be piped into C
or F dependent upon airfail action required. This valve is exactly as XTV-6 but with the additional
feature of being able to equalise the pressure in
When the pilot pressure is applied ports A to B
both sides of the actuator if a manual override
and D to E are connected allowing the air to
facility is fitted. This saves the necessity to
flow through in either direction.
disconnect the actuator when the actuator is
When the pilot pressure drops to the pre- required to be operated with the main air still
determined trip pressure the action of the springs connected. It also, on the airfail stay put system,
actuate the cartridge and the ports A to B and allows you to fix the actuator in any position after
D to E are blocked. The ports B to C and the pilot air has tripped the valve.
E to F are opened allowing the separate supply
through to the actuator. C A F D

A D
C A F D B E

65

B E

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ADJUSTABLE PNEUMATIC TRIP VALVES XT-5, XT-6, XT-7 Batley Valve

XTV-5
Item No. Description

1. Block
2. Diaphragm Base
8
3. Diaphragm Cover
30 max. 4. Spring Housing
9 5. Disc
14 4 6. Plunger
75
5 13 7. Cartridge Assembly*
125
11 10 8. Adjusting Screw
9. Locknut
16 17 Vent 1
8 NPS
pilot 10. Capscrews
3 6 11. Capscrews
2
1
4 NPS
1 12. Countersunk Head Screws
4 NPS
1
C 13. Spring Retainer
12 7
B 14. Spring*
1
4 NPS
15
A 15. Spring*
16. Diaphragm*
17. Diaphragm*
2 Mounting holes in base
M5 x 10 deep on 30 ctrs.
50 * Recommended Spare Parts

XTV-6
Item No. Description

1. Block
2. Diaphragm Base
8
30 max. 3. Diaphragm Cover
9 4. Spring Housing
14 4 5. Disc
75 6. Plunger
5 13
125 7. Cartridge Assembly*
11 10
8. Adjusting Screw
16 17 Vent 8 NPS
1
9. Locknut
pilot
3 6 C F 10. Capscrews
2 1
11. Capscrews
12. Countersunk Head Screws
7 B E 13. Spring Retainer
15 4 NPS
1 14. Spring*
A D
ports 15. Spring*
16. Diaphragm*
4 Mounting holes in base 17. Diaphragm*
50 sq.
M5 x 10 deep on 36 sq. ctrs.
* Recommended Spare Parts

XTV-7
Item No. Description

1. Block
8 2. Diaphragm Base
30 max.
9 3. Diaphragm Cover
4 4. Spring Housing
14
75 5. Disc
5 13 6. Plunger
125
11 10 7. Cartridge Assembly*
16 17 Vent 1
8 NPS 8. Adjusting Screw
3 6 C F
pilot 9. Locknut
10. Capscrews
2 1
11. Capscrews
7 B E 12. Countersunk Head Screws
18 15 13. Spring Retainer
4 NPS
1
A D
21 ports 14. Spring*
20
15. Spring*
19 16. Diaphragm*
22 50 sq. 65 max. 17. Diaphragm*
18. Diaphragm*
19. Equalising Base
20. Capscrews
21. Equalising Disc
22. Equalising Screw
When ordering a spares kit, which includes all items marked *please specify the number *Recommended Spare Parts
SKTVT000(5), (6) or (7) plus the serial number of the unit.

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Batley Valve VALVE SIZING

Description Nomenclature
Selection of a butterfly valve for a particular Unit Description Imp Metric
application can either be straightforward or involve Cv Valve Flow Coefficient U.S. units U.S. units
consideration of several factors. Problems such as Cvr Valve/Reducer Flow Coefficient U.S. units U.S. units
cavitation, flashing, erosion, choked flow, viscous Kv Valve Flow Coefficient S.I. units S.I. units
effects, and noise generation together with the Km Valve Pressure Recovery Factor
selection of a valve that gives the desired control Kmr Valve/Reducer Pressure Recovery Factor
performance all have to be considered in the d Valve Bore Size inches mm
specification of the valve. It should be noted that D Pipe Bore Size inches mm
incorrect specification of a valve could lead to major F Pipe/Reducer Correction Factor
problems and costly delays during the Ki Coefficient of Incipient Cavitation
commissioning and operation of processing plants. K1 Inlet Loss Coefficient
K2 Outlet Loss Coefficient
This Sizing manual provides the step by step KTOT K1 + K2
procedures used during the selection process, Kin Inlet Head Loss
covering methods for evaluating whether cavitation P1 Upstream Pressure p.s.i.a Bar A
would occur, valve capacity, pipework correction, P2 Downstream Pressure p.s.i.a Bar A
velocity calculation and noise level prediction. p Pressure Drop Across Valve p.s.i Bar
ps Sizing Pressure Drop p.s.i Bar
The information required to size a valve for liquid
Plimit Limiting Pressure Drop for Critical Flow p.s.i Bar
and gas/vapour flows are detailed below.
Pvr limit Limiting Pressure Drop across Valve/Reducer p.s.i Bar
Information given in bold is the absolute minimum
T1 Inlet Temperature F C
information required to specify a valve. However, it
W Mass Flow Rate lb/hr kg/hr
is preferable for all the information to be supplied
v Fluid Velocity ft/sec m/sec
for the complete operating range the valve is SPL Sound Pressure Level dBA dBA
expected to operate under. SPLT Pipe attenuation dB dB
Liquid flows
Liquid Flows
Flow rate CI Cavitation Index p.s.i Bar
Inlet pressure PC Thermodynamic Critical Pressure p.s.i.a Bar A
Pressure drop/outlet pressure PV Vapour Pressure of Fluid (at flowing temperature) p.s.i.a Bar A
Operating temperature PVC Supercooled Vapour Pressure p.s.i.a Bar A
Vapour pressure G Specific Gravity
Critical pressure Q Volume Flow Rate U.S. gall./minm3/hr
Specific gravity (if not given assume 1) B Liquid Noise Efficiency Term
SPLp/(P1-PV) Liquid Noise Vane Correction dB dB
Note - vapour pressure is required for cavitation
C Liquid Noise Bulk Flow Factor
and flow capacity calculation.
Gas/Vapour Flows Gas/Vapour Flows
Q Volume Flow Rate Sft3/hr Nm3/hr
Flow rate
MW Molecular Weight
Inlet pressure
Fk /1.4
Pressure drop/outlet pressure EF Expansion Correction Factor
Inlet temperature Z Compressibility Factor
Molecular weight (assume 28.97 if not given) Ratio a Speed of Sound Ft/sec m/sec
of specific heats (if not given assume 1.4) G Specific gravity of gas relative to air = MW/28.97
Compressibility (if not given assume 1) M Mach Number
General Information C Gas/Vapour Noise Bulk Flow Factor
SPLSN Trim Attenuation Factor db dB
Process fluid XT Valve Pressure Recovery Factor
Design pressure and temperature XTR Valve/Reducer Pressure Recovery Factor
Closed valve pressure differential R Gas Constant
Inlet and outlet line sizes, and pipe schedule
Acceptable noise limits Greek Characters
Valve fail action (open/close) Pipe Reducer Angle Degrees Degrees
Leakage Class Fluid Density lb/ft3 kg/m3
Normal valve operation (normally modulating or Specific Volume ft3/lb m3/kg
normally closed).

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Liquid Sizing Equations Ideally, a CV calculation should be performed at maximum,


normal and minimum operating flow rates. This will ensure
The sizing procedures detailed in the following sections are
that both the rangeability and maximum flow rates can be
dependant on the valve vane style. In these procedures an
achieved.
engineer would generally start with the standard vane design
(swing through) and depending upon pressure drop, Procedure
cavitation, flashing, or sound pressure level a higher duty vane
(a) Calculate the supercooled vapour pressure
design and/or baffles maybe selected. The starting point for
the vane selection is the determination of the cavitation index.
Cavitation Index
The cavitation index (CI) indicates the potential of the flow to
cavitate under a certain set of operating conditions. CI should
(b) Evaluate the limiting pressure drop, corresponding to the
be used to select a vane style that will eliminate any potential
occurrence of critical flow, from equation below. Refer to
of the flow to cavitate.
Table 1 for values of Km or if the valve opening is known
Procedure refer to Figure 2 for Ki x Km
The equation below should be used to calculate the cavitation
index. Read the values of Km and Ki for the vane style selected
from Table 1 below.
(c) Set the valve sizing pressure drop, ps. If the pressure
CI = p _ KiKm(P1 _ Pv)
drop across the valve is less than or equal to the limiting
pressure drop then the flow is termed normal and the
Note - when the ratio of calculated to design CV has been sizing pressure drop should be set to
determined the corrected value of Km (see Figure 2, page 4)
should be used in the above formula.
A positive value indicates possible cavitation damage; the
higher the value the greater the potential of cavitation If the pressure drop is greater than the limiting pressure
damage. In most cases cavitation should be eliminated since drop then the flow is critical and the sizing pressure drop
its occurrence can not only cause damage but it can also should be set to
result in unstable control due to the fluctuating forces acting
on the vane, and high noise levels.
Valve Flow Coefficient Liquid Flows
The valve flow coefficient is used to determine the valve size (d) Calculate the valve flow coefficient using the appropriate
required to provide the capacity for a particular flow rate at a equation below.
specified pressure drop. Having determined the calculated CV IMP
the available design CV values should be referenced and a
design CV selected to give a suitable valve opening. The
selected design CV will fix the minimum valve size by volume
requirement. However, other factors such as line size and flow
velocity must also be considered in the selection of the valve
size and design CV.

Table 1
by weight

Trim Style KI Km

Standard Vane 0.85 0.5


Varidiff Vane 0.95 0.64
SI
Baffle Plate 0.95 0.95

by volume

by weight

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(e) Select the design CV and valve size. For design CV values Pipe-work Configuration
refer to the appropriate catalogue. Ideally, for a standard
In the event of a valve being fitted into larger diameter pipe-
vane a design CV should be selected so that under
work by using expansions and reducers an additional pressure
normal operating conditions the valve operates between
loss will be introduced. This in some cases can lead to the
30 and 50 degrees open, and for maximum conditions
requirement for a larger design CV and/or valve size. The
upto 60/70 degrees depending on the vane type. For a
following procedure details the steps required to calculate the
Varidiff vane this can be extended to 85 degrees opening.
pipe-work correction.
(f) Once the valve opening is known the correct value of Km
Procedure
should be read from Figure 2 for the vane style selected.
1. Calculate the combined Cv of the valve and reducer using
Figure 2 - Pressure Recovery Factor the procedure detailed previously. The value of the valve
flow coefficient thus calculated should be equated to Cvr
2. Determine the pipe-work correction factor, F, by using the
equations detailed below

IMP

SI

(g) Re-calculate the limiting pressure drop using (b) and


repeat steps (c) to (e). Also re-check the cavitation index
calculation.
(h) Should any pipe-work corrections be required then see the Where the sum of the inlet/outlet losses can be
next sections. The calculation procedure presented here is determined from
the first step in determining the pipe-work correction If <40
factors.
Note - The alternative metric sizing coefficient KV can be
determined from CV by using the following conversions,
If >=40

bar

3. Evaluate the Valve/Reducer Pressure Recovery Factor

kg/cm2 IMP

SI

Where the head loss Kin can be calculated from

If <40

If >=40

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4. Calculate the limiting pressure drop. Liquid Noise Prediction


The sound pressure level generated by a liquid flow through a
butterfly control valve can be calculated from the following
If the pressure drop across the valve is greater than the
expression:-
limiting pressure drop then the flow is critical and

If the pressure drop is less than the limiting pressure drop


This gives the sound pressure level (dBA) at a listening
the flow is normal and
(measurement) point 1 m along the downstream pipe from
the valve exit and 1 m from the pipe surface. Spherical free
field radiation is assumed with a tolerance band of +0 dBA /-
5. Calculate the corrected valve flow coefficient using
5dBA. The prediction technique does not account for the
effects of poor piping configuration. It is good practice on
IMP
potentially noisy applications to have a good length of
by volume
straight pipework before and after the valve.

Efficiency of conversion of p into turbulent noise.


As the pressure drop is increased the velocity across
by weight the vane also increases leading to higher velocity
fluctuations.
SI
This term, referred to as the cavitation correction,
by volume
accounts for the cavitation performance of the trim.
Higher levels of noise will be predicted as cavitation
develops.
by weight
Bulk flow noise factor accounts for the contribution
of the valve flow coefficient to the overall noise. As
CV increases so does the energy dissipated through
Liquid Velocity Calculation
the valve. C varies depending on vane style and flow
(a) Calculate the flow velocity using the appropriate equation coefficient.
below.
Pipe attenuation (transmission loss through the pipe
wall).
IMP by volume

by weight Table 4a - Bulk Flow Factor Standard Vane

Calculated Cv C
SI by volume <5000 15
5000 to 10000

by weight
10000 13.5

(b) Compare the calculated flow velocity with the Table 4b - Bulk Flow Factor Varidiff Vane
recommended limits; see Table 3 (below).
Calculated Cv C
(c) If the fluid velocity is within the limiting value then the <5000 14
valve size selected is satisfactory. 5000 to 10000

10000 12.5
Table 3 - Recommended Maximum Velocities for
Liquid Service

Valve Size Body Material


ins mm Carbon Steel 316 +Duplex Ali-bronze
ft/sec m/sec ft/sec m/sec ft/sec m/sec

4-12 100-300 30 9 30 9 20 6.1


14-24 350-600 18 5.5 18 5.5 14 4.3
Above 24 Above 600 12 3.6 12 3.6 9 2.7

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Procedure Gas/Vapour Sizing


(i) Determine the pressure drop factor, B, from Table 5. The valve flow coefficient (CV) is used to determine the valve
size required to provide the capacity (and control) for a
Table 5
particular flow rate at a specified pressure drop. A CV
Calculated Cv C
calculation should be performed at maximum, normal and
minimum operating conditions to ensure both rangeability
Concentric 20
and maximum required capacity of the valve can be achieved.
Eccentric 20
Varidiff 19 The design CV should be selected to give suitable valve
Baffle plate 17 opening at normal operating conditions.
(a) Determine the compressible flow coefficients, XT. Refer to
(ii) Determine the bulk flow factor, C, from Table 4.
Table 6 (page 8) for values and XT if the opening is known
(iii) Determine whether the flow is normal, cavitating, see Figure 7 (page 8).
or flashing.
(b) Determine the limiting pressure drop corresponding to the
If And occurrence of choked flow using the equation below

Then the flow is cavitating.


(iv) If P > P1 - Pv the flow is flashing, proceed to step (vi). (c) Set the valve sizing pressure drop, PS
(v) Cavitating Flows If the pressure across the valve is less than the limiting
pressure drop then the flow is termed normal and the
sizing pressure drop should be set to

where
If the pressure drop is greater than the limiting pressure
drop then the flow is choked (sonic flow occurs across the
vane) and the sizing pressure drop should be set to
(vi) Flashing Flow (P2<Pv)

(d) The next stage in the calculation procedure is to calculate


the Expansion Correction Factor (EF). This takes into
(vii) Pipe Attenuation, SPLT refer to Table 12. account the expansion of the fluid as it passes through the
valve.
(viii) Calculate predicted noise level using the appropriate
equation below. The expansion correction factor can be determined either
by using the following equation.
SI units

IMP units Note that the minimum value of EF =1.


(f) If the volumetric sizing equations based on volume flows
at reference conditions are used then the Compressibility
Factor (Z) is required. It should be noted that some gases
have very low values and therefore this can have a
significant effect on the calculated Cv. If compressibility is
unknown then use Z=1.
(g) Calculate specific volume using
IMP

SI

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(h) The valve flow coefficient (CV) can be calculated using the Table 6 - Xx Factor
appropriate equation below.
Valve type Xx
(i) Flow by weight
Standard Vane 0.415
IMP Varidiff Vane 0.53

Figure 7 - Compressible Pressure Recovery Factor

SI

(ii) Flow by volume at Standard reference conditions


(T=15.6 C (60F), P=1,013 bar A (14.7 psia)).

IMP

SI

Table 8 - Gas/vapour Velocity Equation


(iii) Flow by volume at Normal reference conditions
(T=() C (32 F), P=1.013 barA (14.7 psia)).
Expression for Velocity Internal Pressure Volume Molecular Temp. Mass specific
mean velocity valve flow rate weight flow rate volume
IMP ft/sec inches - - - - lb/hr ft3/lb

m/s mm - - - - kg/hr m3/kg

ft/sec inches p.s.i.a. Nft /hr


3
- R - -
SI m/s mm bar A Nm3/hr - K - -

ft/sec inches p.s.i.a. - lb/lb mol R lb/hr -

(iv) Flow by volume at actual operating conditions m/s mm bar A - kg/kg mol K kg/hr -

IMP
Table 9 - Recommended Velocity Limits

Valve size Maximum inlet Maximum outlet Maximum outlet Mach no. for
required noise level
SI ins mm ft/s m/s ft/s m/s >95 dBA <95dBA <85dBA

4-12 100-300 200 61


14-24 350-600 100 30 350 107 0.3 0.25 0.2
Above 24 Above 600 80 24
(i) Select the valve design CV and valve size by making
reference to the appropriate valve data sheet. Generally, a
design CV should be selected so that the valve is between
30 to 50 degrees open under normal operating
conditions. For maximum flows the valve opening is
limited to 60 or 70 degrees open depending on vane
design. However, for the Varidiff vane the valve opening is
limited to 85 open.
(j) Determine the valve opening and read the correct value of
XT from Figure 7 (opposite).
(k) Re-calculate the limiting pressure drop using (b) and
repeat steps (c), (d), and (h) and (i).

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Gas/Vapour Velocity Noise Prediction Technique for Gas/Vapour Flows


On gas/vapour duties there is a strong argument for checking The formula for predicting valve noise, presented below, may
the fluid velocity in the valve body inlet and outlet sections. If be used for valves of differing vane designs, provided that the
these velocities exceed the maximum recommended limits, appropriate correction factors are used. It is applicable to the
problems can arise such as instability, high noise levels and flow of compressible fluids for normal and choked flow
possible vibration problems conditions.
Factors Influencing Velocity Limits The following procedure details the necessary steps to
perform the sound pressure level prediction for gas/vapour
Velocity limits are based on the following factors.
flows for control valves only.
1. Ensuring the frequency of the inlet turbulence is different
The information required is:-
to the natural frequency of the vane.
Process Data/Calculated
2. Energy conversion considerations.
Inlet pressure
3. The outlet velocity levels are limited by a requirement for Outlet pressure
velocity levels to be less 0.3 of sonic and also energy Operating CV
dissipation. For low noise operation further limits are Molecular weight
given. Temperature
Velocity Calculations Valve/Pipe Details
Valve style
(a) The inlet and outlet velocities can be determined by
Vane style
utilizing the appropriate equations in Table 8 (page 8).
Size and schedule of pipework
(b) Compare the calculated flow velocity with the Design Cv
recommended limits presented in Table 9 (page 8).
This formula gives the SPL in dB(A) at a listening point
(c) If the velocities are outside these limits then a larger valve 1m along the pipework and at a distance of 1m from the pipe
size should be considered. surface. The formula assumes spherical free field radiation with
a tolerance band of +0 / -5 dBA. The prediction technique
It should be noted that there is no exact dividing line
does not account for poor piping configuration. On
between a correct solution and a solution that will
potentially noisy applications it is good practice to have a
definitely cause problems. Consequently, when checking
good run of piping before and after the valve.
the velocity limits some flexibility is allowed.
The overall predicted SPL is built up from a number of
IMP contributory effects, these can be simply described as

Efficiency by which power dissipated


across the valve is converted into
SI acoustic energy.

(d) In addition to the velocity limitation, there is also an outlet Contribution to SPL of noise generated
Mach number limit based on the required noise level. The by shock wave/ turbulence interaction.
fluid sonic velocity can be calculated from the expressions
below. Bulk flow contribution.

Corrections for acoustic velocity.

By referring to Table 9 the minimum noise level that can Pipe wall attenuation.
be predicted for the corresponding Mach number can be
determined. Valve vane design factor, accounts for
attenuation produced by different vane
designs.

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Procedure
1. Calculate the operating CV. 5. Calculate P/P1
2. Calculate the valve pressure ratio P1/P2. In the case of Read valve vane attenuation value, SPLSN, from
valves with baffle plates downstream P2 should be Figure 11 (below).
intermediate pressure i.e. pressure before the baffle plate
6. For pipe size and pipe schedule determine the pipe
system.
attenuation SPLT from Figure 12 (Page 11).
3. If P1/P2< 2 then A=10 + 5 P1/P2.
7. Substitute the values into the appropriate SPL formula
Otherwise use A=20 below to calculate the predicted SPL in dBA.
4. Read the value of C from Figure 10 (below). Note - Noise calculation for baffle plates is outside the
scope of this document.

Figure 10 - Flow Coefficient Correction factor

15
14
Correction Factor, C

13
Flow Coefficient

12
11
10
9
8
7
6

0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000

Valve Flow Coefficient

Figure 11 - Flow Coefficient Correction factor

IMP

SI

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Table 12 - Pipe Wall Attenuation, SPLT

Pipe Size Pipe Schedule


in mm 5 10 20 30 40 STD 80 120
1 25 -7.75 -5.75 -3.75 -1.75 0.25 0.25 5.25 7.25
1.12 40 -7.6 -5.6 -3.6 -1.6 0.4 0.4 5.4 7.4
2 50 -7.5 -5.5 -3.5 -1.5 0.5 0.5 5.5 7.5
3 80 -7.2 -5.2 -3.2 -1.2 0.8 0.8 5.8 7.8
4 100 -7 -5 -3 -1 1 1 6 8
6 150 -6.5 -4.5 -2.5 -0.5 1.5 1.5 6.5 8.5
8 200 -6 -4 -2 0 2 2 7 9
10 250 -5.5 -3.5 -1.5 0.5 2.5 2.5 7.5 9.5
12 300 -5 -3 -1 1 3 2.5 8 10
14 350 -4.5 -2.5 -0.5 1.5 3.5 2.5 8.5 10.5
16 400 -4 -2 0 2 4 2.5 9 11
18 450 -3.5 -1.5 0.5 2.5 4.5 2.5 9.5 11.5
20 500 -3 -1 1 3 5 2.5 10 12
24 600 -2 0 2 4 6 2.5 11 13
36 900 1 3 5 7 9 2.5 - -
40 1000 2 4 6 8 10 2.5 - -
48 1200 4 6 8 10 12 2.5 - -
60 1500 7 9 11 13 15 2.5 - -
72 1800 10 12 14 16 18 2.5 - -
78 2000 12 14 16 18 20 2.5 - -

Velocity

Metre per second Foot per second


m/s ft/s

1 3.208
0.3048 1

Torque

Newton Kilogram force Pound force Pound force


Metre Nm metre Kgf m foot lbf ft inch lbf in

1 0.102 0.7376 8.8508


9.8067 1 7.2330 86.7962
1.3558 0.1383 1 12
0.113 0.0115 0.0833 1

Pressure and Liquid Head

Kilogram force per Pound force per Atmospheres Inch of Inch of


square centimetre square inch water in mercury in
Bar Kgf/cm2 Lbf/in2 atm H2O Hg

1 1.0197 14.5038 0.9869 401.463 29.530


0.9807 1 14.2233 0.9878 393.701 28.959
0.0689 0.0703 1 0.0609 27.68 2.036
1.0133 1.0332 14.6959 1 406.782 29.9213
0.0025 0.0025 0.0361 0.0025 1 0.0734
0.0339 0.0335 0.4911 0.0334 13.5951 1

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Volumetric Flow Rate

Litre per Litre per Cubic Metre Cubic Foot Cubic Feet UK gallon US gallon US barrel
second minute per hour per hour per minute per minute per minute per day
l/s l/s m3/hr ft3/hr ft3/min UK gal/min US gal/min US barrel/d

1 60 3.6001 127.136 2.1189 13.1986 15.8508 543.456


0.0167 1 0.0600 2.1189 0.3532 0.22 0.2642 9.0576
0.2778 16.666 1 35.3147 0.5886 3.6662 4.4029 150.956
0.0079 0.4719 0.0283 1 0.1067 0.1038 0.1247 4.2746
0.4719 28.316 1.6990 60 1 6.2288 7.4805 256.475
0.0758 4.546 0.2728 9.6326 0.1605 1 1.201 41.1754
0.0631 3.7853 0.2271 8.0208 0.1337 0.8327 1 34.2857
0.0018 0.1104 0.0066 0.2339 0.0039 0.0243 0.0292 1

Specific Gravity of Liquid Temperature conversion


Acetic Acid 100% 1.05
C
o
F
o
C
o
F
o o
C F
o

Ammonia 100% 0.62


Benzene 0.88 -40 -40 90 194 220 428
Carbon Tetrachloride 1.60 -35 -31 95 203 225 437
Hydrochloric Acid 45% 1.48 -30 -22 100 212 230 446
Kerosene 0.80 -25 -13 105 221 235 455
Methanol 100% 0.79 -20 -4 110 230 240 464
Nitric Acid 95% 1.50 -15 5 115 239 245 473
Octane 0.7 -10 14 120 248 250 482
Pentane 0.63 -5 23 125 257 255 491
Propyl Alchohol 0.8 0 32 130 266 260 500
Sodium Hydroxide 25% 1.27 5 41 135 275 265 509
Sulphuric Acid 100% 1.83 10 50 140 284 270 518
Petrol (Gasoline) 0.65-0.80 15 59 145 293 275 527
Water 1.0 20 68 150 302 280 536
Sea Water 1.025 25 77 155 311 285 545
Turpentine 1.1-1.2 30 86 160 320 290 554
35 95 165 329 295 563
40 104 170 338 300 572
45 113 175 347 305 581
Molecular Weight of 50 122 180 356 310 590
Gases/Vapours 55 131 185 365 315 599
60 140 190 374 320 608
65 149 195 383 325 617
Symbol Mw 70 158 200 392 330 626
75 167 205 401 335 635
Air - 28.97
80 176 210 410
Ammonia NH3 17.03
85 185 215 419
Carbon Dioxide CO2 44
Carbon Monoxide CO 28
Chlorine Cl2 70.91
Ethylene C2H4 28.03
Helium He 4
Hydrogen H2 2
Hydrogen Sulphide H2S 34.08
Methane CH4 16.03
Methyl Chloride CH3 Cl 50.48
Nitrogen N2 28.02
Nitrous Oxide N2O 44.02
Oxygen O2 32
Steam H2O 18
Sulphur Dioxide SO2 64.06
Natural Gas - 17.4

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