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Vendor Data Book

Alfa Laval S.A. (Argentina)


P.O. No.: 0000010115-1
C.O. No.: C000007078

February 2015
Lobestar® Shear/Mixer
Part No.: V VE-U-6S-M4

Unit No(s): J4502-00-01

Alfa Laval S.A. (Argentina)

February 2015

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Alfa Laval Vortex Shear-Mixer
An advanced mixing solution that reduces additive waste, mixing time and cost

The mixing of chemical additives into drilling mud is a Features


critical process that can have a significant impact on the • Simple robust design, no moving parts
overall time and cost of drilling a well. However, mud
mixing commonly receives less attention than other • Low maintenance with easy to replace
drilling processes because of its perceived simplicity. internals
Most often, this leads to the selection of low-cost, • Highest product addition rate of any venturi
low-tech, out-dated mud mixing equipment that does mud hopper
not promote additive waste reduction, and is not fully • Easily handles difficult to mix mud additives
capable of keeping pace with other drilling processes on
today’s modern drilling rig. • Reduces product waste

The Alfa Laval Vortex Shear-Mixer is an advanced, yet • Highly customizable to fit specific rig
simple mixer that vastly outperforms traditional mud applications
mixing hoppers. The shear-mixer is nearly impossible • High quality materials of construction
to plug and has the highest additive loading rate of any
venturi style mixer.
It also features a number of exclusive advantages that The Radial Premixer sub-component of the system is
lead to abundant cost savings – related to both chemical used to “pre-wet” chemical additive particles, preventing
additives and time, including: clumps of additive particles from appearing in the
• Dynamically shears chemical additives into the fluid mixed fluid as fish eyes or microgels. Fluid is passively
diverted from the primary inlet of the shear-mixer to the
• Pre-wets difficult to mix additives such as bentonite or Radial Premixer where a swirling flow pattern is created,
polymers generating a vortex of air and fluid. This vortex disperses
• Prevents the formation of fish eyes or microgels additive particles evenly into a low pressure, swirling
eye of fluid, effectively pre-wetting them before they are
• Equipped with easily replaceable inserts
sheared into the drilling mud by the Lobestar Mixing
Working Principle Nozzle.
Drilling mud is pumped at a high rate through the Basic equipment
replaceable Lobestar Mixing Nozzle® insert – found inside
The Alfa Laval Vortex Shear-Mixer consists of a single or
the Lobestar Mixing Eductor® sub-component
dual suction port Lobestar Mixing Eductor with a Radial
of the shear-mixer. The resulting pressure drop across
Premixer. The basic configuration includes a heavy duty,
the nozzle creates a high velocity fluid stream and
stainless steel, parabolic, table top hopper with support
generates an incredibly strong vacuum for maximum
legs. The entire assembly is mounted on a skid base for
solid or liquid additive loading. The Lobestar Mixing
easy transport and placement, and the standard inlet
Nozzle produces multiple jet streams, each of which
and discharge connections are grooved end piping with
consists of a core with oscillating vortex rings that
grooved style couplings. The typical shear-mixer size for
expand into overlapping plumes. This flow pattern results
drilling applications is 6” or 4” and is dependent on the
in a highly energized fluid boundary layer, promoting
rig mud system volumes or the desired mud processing
turbulent, dynamic fluid shearing, rapid hydration of
rate.
additives, and uniform dispersion. The specialized
diffuser insert found downstream of the nozzle helps Additional equipment
recover the maximum amount of available pressure
• Feed pump
lost across the nozzle. This allows the mixed fluid to be
transported greater distances and up higher elevations
through the piping, downstream of the mixer, and back
to the mud pits.

Technical data
Operating pressure range 92 – 231 feet of head
Operating temperature rating* -40oF – +135oF (-40oC – +57oC)
Estimated weight* 450 lbs ( 204 kg)
Maximum hydraulic feed rate* 600 gpm (136 m3/hr)
* Based on most standard model configuration. Differently configured or sized units will have different values
Product dimensions
Lobestar Shear/Mixer, Single Suction
®

SMK-6-M3 Quick Tune Up Kit - 6" Shear/Mixer - Single SucƟon (4.5 pounds) 4-6 MONTH
Item Part Number Item Description Quantity U/M
1 E-U-6A NOZZLE, 6" LOBESTAR NOZZLE 2.00" ORIFICE 1 EA
2 VG-T6 GASKET, 6" VIC Gasket 4 EA

SMK-6-M2 Tune Up Kit - 6" Shear/Mixer - Single SucƟon (40.0 pounds) 6 MONTH
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Item Part Number Item Description Quantity U/M
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1 E-U-6A NOZZLE, 6" LOBESTAR NOZZLE 2.00" ORIFICE 1 EA
2 VG-T6 GASKET, 6" VIC Gasket 5 EA
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3 VG-T4 GASKET, 4" VIC Gasket 2 EA
3 4 VT-BF-4-300-M1 VLV BFLY 4" VIC SERIES 300 W/ INDEX HNDL 1 EA
5 V V-BV-2(G) VLV BALL ASSY 2" NPT SS 2.5 lbs. 1 EA
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6 0-30-LF GAUGE, VACUUM 0-30 PSI Vacuum Gauge 1 EA
7 0-100-LF GAUGE, PRESSURE 0-100 PSI Liquid Filled 1 EA
16 8 ED-6 DIFFUSER, 6" VORTEX URETHANE 1 EA

18 5 9
10 12
SMK-6-M1*** Overhaul Kit - 6" Shear/Mixer - Single SucƟon (130 pounds) 9-12 MONTH
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20 10 Item Part Number Item Description Quantity U/M
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9 10 1 E-U-6A NOZZLE, 6" LOBESTAR NOZZLE 2.00" ORIFICE 2 EA
17 2 VG-T6 GASKET, 6" VIC Gasket 3 EA
3 VG-T4 GASKET, 4" VIC Gasket 2 EA
19 9
7 4 VT-BF-4-300-M1 VLV BFLY 4" VIC SERIES 300 W/ INDEX HNDL 1 EA
16 5 V V-BV-2(G) VLV BALL ASSY 2" NPT SS 2.5 lbs. 1 EA
8 6 0-30-LF GAUGE, VACUUM 0-30 PSI Vacuum Gauge 1 EA
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7 0-100-LF GAUGE, PRESSURE 0-100 PSI Liquid Filled 1 EA
8 ED-6 DIFFUSER, 6" VORTEX URETHANE 1 EA
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14 2 9 GC-2SS-M4 COUPLING 2" GRV 316 SS 3 EA
10 VG-T2 GASKET, 2" VIC Gasket 2 EA
6 11 GC-4SS-M4 COUPLING 4" GRV 316 SS 2 EA
2 12 NIPPLE-GXT-2X2SCH80 NIPPLE, GRV X NPT, 2" X 2" S80 - 304SS 1 EA
14 13 NIPPLE-TXT-2X2 NIPPLE, NPT X NPT, 2" X 2" 304 SS 1 EA
2 1 14 GC-6SB-M4 COUPLING 6" GRV 316 SS BOLTED 3 EA
15 PMB-6-U BODY, PREMIXER TANGENTIAL 6" URETHANE 1 EA
16 TRICLMP-SS-6 TRICLAMP 6" SS 2 EA
14 17 GSK-TC-6 GASKET, 6" BUNA TRI-CLAMP 4 EA
18 TMN-I-4 NOZZLE, 4" TANGENTIAL INNER (ANNULAR) for PREMIXER 1 EA
TMN-O-6*** NOZZLE, 6" OUTER URETHANE For PREMIXER
2 19 1 EA
TMN-O-4*** NOZZLE, 4" OUTER URETHANE For PREMIXER
14 20 NIPPLE-GXT-2X2-M1 NIPPLE, SPECIAL 2” 1 EA

***SMK-6-M1-6 uses TMN-O-6


***SMK-6-M1-4 uses TMN-O-4 ***Please Verify type of connecƟon (4" or 6") of Premixer boƩom to Eductor to determine which overhaul kit to order.

PL-004-D
Installation Instructions for Lobestar® Shear/Mixer
Lobestar Mixing and Shearing Eductor Unit Model No.: V VE-U-6S with 6" Housing; 6" Nozzle
Insert and 6” Diffuser/Pressure Recovery Tube

Installation:
1. Survey piping. For maximum performance downstream of the Eductor, piping should have as
few elbows as possible; this should be taken into consideration when designing the piping
system and retrofitting older systems.
2. Downstream pipe should always be as large as or larger than the pipe diameter of the
MIXING EDUCTOR.
3. Maintain Minimum FT/HD.
4. Install the Eductor on a level flat surface.
5. Secure skid base to deck.

Installation Considerations:
1. Inspect the Alfa Laval Vortex Inc. equipment prior to installation, compare the equipment to
the drawings provided.
2. Check to see that the pressure side of the centrifugal pump is connected to the Nozzle end of
the Eductor.
3. The pipe or hose size should be as large as or larger than the model size of the Eductor.
Model V VE-U-6 has a 6" discharge. The downstream pipe must be 6" or larger.
4. Avoid placing obstructions in the downstream pipe. Valves, elbows or any reduction in pipe
diameter will cause a reduction in stream line flow and efficiency loss.
5. When installing elbows or valves in the downstream pipe, the first elbow or valve must be at
least (6) six pipe diameters from the discharge end of the Eductor. Example a 6” Eductor will
have a 36” extension before installing the first elbow or valve.
6. Verify that the pump chosen for this service is sized properly for the intended density of the
slurry, that it will deliver the minimum pressure energy required to maintain a high velocity
stream from minimum to maximum viscosity.
7. If installed, proper venting of the Surge Tank is required during Eductor operation, failure to do
so will cause low product induction and may cause the Surge Tank to collapse, it is critical that
the system have unobstructed vent piping sized properly to prevent a buildup of vacuum in the
Surge Tank.
8. All fasteners should be installed with an anti-seize compound to prevent galling of the
stainless steel components.
9. When installing Victaulic gaskets always thoroughly clean them. Spray them with WD 40 (or
equivalent) after cleaning and prior to installation.
10. Make sure that the grooved pipes and Victaulic couplings fit securely. The Victaulic valves
should clamp flush to one another without pinching the gasket.
11. If installed, inspect the Hopper and insure that no foreign objects are in the Hopper or throat
after installation.

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Lobestar Mixing Eductor Operational Guide:
The Lobestar Shear/Mixer is a Venturi device designed on the Bernoulli Principle of "when velocity is high
pressure is low and inversely when pressure is high, velocity is low".

In operation, a centrifugal pump is used to deliver the pressure energy to the Lobestar Shear/Mixer. The
pressurized liquid is converted into a high velocity stream as it passes through the converging shape of the
Nozzle. The resulting high velocity stream generates a low-pressure region around the issuing jet stream
producing a strong suction. Powders, granular materials and other chemical additives dosed in through the
Hopper are drawn-in by the suction and pre-wet under a high "G" force generated in the Radial Premixer.
The slurry then enters the mixing chamber of the Lobestar Eductor to be dynamically sheared and
dispersed. The blended slurry travels through the diffuser (pressure recovery tube) to gradually convert the
high velocity back into pressure at the Eductor discharge with as efficient pressure recovery as possible.

The Lobestar Shear/Mixer has no moving parts. The four (4) major components of the Lobestar
Shear/Mixer are: (1) Hopper, (2) Valve, (3) Radial Premixer, and (4) Lobestar Mixing Eductor. The
Lobestar Mixing Eductor is composed of: (1) Nozzle, (2) Suction Inlet, (3) Mixing Chamber and a (4)
Conical Diffuser.
The orientation of the Lobestar Shear/Mixer is an important consideration for suitable performance. The
direction of flow is from the Nozzle inlet end to the Diffuser discharge end. The pressure line (hose or
pipe) from the centrifugal pump is connected to the Nozzle end of the Eductor. The Diffuser end of the
Eductor is connected to the downstream hose or pipe that is routed to the active fluids system.
The Lobestar Shear/Mixer is designed around a streamline flow stream. A streamline flow is based on a
constant uninterrupted flow. This means that any downstream obstruction will decrease the Eductor
efficiency.

Before Operation:
1. Make sure that there are no valves closed downstream from the SHEAR/MIXER. Start at the
pit and work your way back to the SHEAR/MIXER.
2. Close all of the suction and RADIAL PREMIXER valves, on a single suction model close the
Hopper suction and RADIAL PREMIXER valves.
3. If installed, check the gauges for visibility.
4. If installed, inspect the site glasses for cleanliness and visibility.
5. Visually verify that all fittings and flanges appear to be tight.

Operation:

1. Start the centrifugal pump to pressurize the mixer and begin stream line flow, you must
always follow your company safety procedures for protective equipment and clothing use.
2. Check inlet for proper pressure and vacuum.
3. Prior to mixing or hydration of materials, it is always a good operational choice to take
advantage of the Shear/Mixers ability to clean itself internally, proceed by slowly opening the
RADIAL PREMIXER valve to 100% allow the system to re-circulate in a closed loop for 15
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minutes, the additional high volume flow will clean the mixing chamber of the Eductor.
4. After the cleaning operation is complete, close the RADIAL PREMIXER inlet valve.
5. When the vacuum (22” – 29” HG) is achieved, open Hopper feed valve to mix sack material
(NOTE IT IS NORMAL FOR VACUUM TO FALL TO 0 INCHES HG DURING OPERATION)
the Hopper suction will be very strong, keep hands away from the suction throat of the
Hopper.
6. With the Hopper suction valve open, look into the Hopper throat. Adjust the RADIAL
PREMIXER flow to develop a strong vortex in the RADIAL PREMIXER.
7. The RADIAL PREMIXER should always be used while mixing chemicals and Bentonite
through the Hopper.
8. The RADIAL PREMIXER should be closed when not in use.
9. When Mixing Barite from a Surge Tank, use the above cleaning procedure then close the
Radial Premixer inlet valve prior to opening the Surge Tank suction valves.
10. When using the Lobestar Shear Mixer with a surge tank; ensure that the radial premixer valve
and hopper valve are both in the closed position. First open the 4” suction valve nearest the
Lobestar Shear Mixer. Next, slowly open the 6” valve under the surge tank. Vacuum in the
Lobestar Shear Mixer will vary constantly from 0” to 29” during mixing operation; observe the
site glass to see your conveying rate. When mixing is complete, first close the 6” surge tank
suction valve then close the 4” suction valve on the Lobestar Shear Mixer. Operating the
valves in the correct order allows the delivery line to stay clear and prevent dry material from
clogging within the system.
11. It should be noted that Viscosity over 750 centipoises will significantly reduce suction flow,
care must be taken when hydrating Gel so that the Eductor maintains stream line flow, DO
NOT FORCE FEED THE EDUCTOR allow the suction to control the rate and amount of feed.
12. When shutting down the mixing or hydrating operations, you MUST always CLOSE THE
EDUCTOR SUCTION VALVES PRIOR TO STOPPING THE PUMP OR CLOSING ANY
VALVE DOWNSTREAM OF THE EDUCTOR. This will prevent back flow into the Surge Tank
or Hopper.

Trouble Shooting:

1. Problem: Hopper back-flow.


Answer: (1) Restriction in the discharge line, (2) Valve partially closed on feed end, (3)
Insufficient pump pressure, (4) Viscosity too high, fluid stall.

2. Problem: Valve hard to open.


Answer: (1) Clean Mixer Hopper after mixing product, (2) Hand grease valve rubber gaskets, (3)
Before installing Victaulic gaskets, spray with WD 40 or equivalent.

3. Problem: Loss of suction.


Answer: (1) Insufficient pump pressure, (2) Plugged or partially plugged nozzle, (3) High
viscosity, (4) Partially plugged lines down stream.

4. Problem: Premixer not performing.

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Answer: (1) Insufficient pump pressure, (2) Plug or partially plugged nozzle, (3) High viscosity, (4)
Partially plugged lines down stream.

Safety Tips:
1. Always wear eye protection while mixing and proper PPE for chemical additions.

2. Hopper suction has strong vacuum - care should be taken when mixing chemical,
keep hands away from suction throat of hopper.
3. Do not exceed maximum pressure of 120 psi.
4. NEVER! Close a valve down-stream from Mixer, while feed pump is running.

Preventative Maintenance Procedures:


LONG STORAGE PERIOD
Spray heavy coating of WD 40 (or equivalent) on all carbon steel surfaces for protection against severe
seawater environment.

All non-metal parts such as urethane are non-corroding and should not need any surface protection.

Before applying oil coating and storing wash down equipment with fresh water and use soapy
water to clean internals, and then proceed with oily protective coating.

RECOMMENDED REPLACEMENT SCHEDULE FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE

The LOBESTAR® JET NOZZLE, PREMIXER BODY and DIFFUSER are constructed in high density,
high abrasion resistant urethane. Inspections of these parts, for wear, should be done every 3
(three) months for optimum performance. Refer to the Vortex Ventures, Inc. website for the Spare
Parts listing at www.vortexventures.com.

Questions and Answers about the Lobestar Mixing Eductor:

1) What is an Eductor?

An Eductor is a pump without moving parts. An Eductor is principally synonymous with a jet pump. They
operate on the conversion of pressure energy into velocity to produce a low-pressure region.

2) How are they used?

They are used for the conveyance, compression and mixing of liquids, gases and solids when a gaseous
or liquid medium serves as the motive or primary force.

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3) What components make up an Eductor or Jet Pump?

A. Motive nozzle. B. Induction passage (suction).


C. Mixing chamber. D. Diffuser (pressure recovery tube).

4) How does the LOBESTAR MIXING EDUCTOR differ from a conventional Eductor?

“LOBESTAR” MIXING EDUCTOR differs by using a unique three-dimensional nozzle. The nozzle orifice
configuration has a circular core with elliptic shaped lobes around the radius of the circular core. This
nozzle geometry generates a coherent turbulent flow pattern that energizes the boundary in the diffuser
section of the Eductor, providing efficient pressure recovery and intimate mixing in a short time to length
scale.

5) How is the efficiency of an Eductor/Jet Pump determined?

A. Vacuum/inlet pressure ratio. B. Pressure recovery.

6) What is the maximum solids-to-liquid concentration that can be expected?

Several pounds of solids per gallon liquid depending on the flow characteristics, bulk density and
required solubility.

7) What type of valve is used with an Eductor?

Slide gate, ball and butterfly valve are suitable. If powdered polymers are mixed, slide gate valves are
recommended to avoid passage obstruction. Valves should never be used for dosing or metering control.

8) Why is a valve needed?

A valve is necessary to prevent flow-back caused from blockage or high pressure-drop that may cause
"stall" in the downstream flow. It is used in start-up and shut down to prevent surges. It is also needed
where the discharge line is at a higher elevation than the Eductor.

9) What effect does viscosity of the motive liquid have on the performance of the Eductor?

The lower the viscosity is, the greater the vacuum. Viscosity over 750 centipoises will significantly reduce
the suction flow. The vacuum can control the rate of induction of feed and mix.

10) In what ways can an Eductor be fed?

A. Manual dosing. B. Volumetric feeder.


C. Pneumatic feeder. D. Mechanical conveyer.

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11) Can slurry be re-circulated after mixing?

Yes. Remember, the higher the viscosity becomes the lower the suction will be if powder is continued to
be fed into the system.

12) What important factors should be considered in successfully operating an Eductor?

A. Matching a pump to the size Eductor to be used.


B. Minimize downstream elbows in the piping.
C. Discharge pipe should always be as large as or larger than the diameter of the Eductor.
D. Survey piping for restrictions or possible blockage.

13) What is the importance of a centrifugal pre-wet chamber?

A. The centrifugal force imparted on the mixture prevents lumping and "fisheyes".
B. Maintaining a level of liquid on the induction inlet (suction) that will create a water seal, reducing air
entrainment. When powders or solids are added through the suction port, free air is entrained into the
mixture. The entrained air bubbles in the mixture will continually expand as the pressure gradient
through the pipe approaches atmospheric, causing larger bubbles that will effectively limit suction flow
rate

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Spare Parts List

Model No.: V VE-U-6S-M4

Item Quantity Part Number Description

1 1 GC-2SS-M4 COUPLING 2" GROOVED SNAP STYLE 304SS

2 2 VG-T2 2" VICTAULIC GASKETS, (SPARE), 3.7 lbs.

3 1 E-U-6A NOZZLE, 6" LOBESTAR NOZZLE 2.00" ORIFICE

4 1 ED-6 DIFFUSER, 6" VORTEX URETHANE

5 1 PMB-6-U BODY, PREMIXERTANGENTIAL 6" URETHANE

6 1 TMN-I-4 NOZZLE 4” TANGENTIAL INNER (ANNULAR)

7 1 TMN-O-6 NOZZLE, 6" PREMIXER OUTER URETHANE

8 1 TRICLMP-SS-6 TRICLAMP 6” SS

9 1 GSK-TC-6 GASKET, 6” BUNA TRI-CLAMP

10 1 GC-6SB-M4 COUPLING 6" GROOVE BOLT STYLE 304SS

11 3 VG-T6 6" VICTAULIC GASKET

12 1 VT-BF-4-300-M1 VLV BFLY 4” VIC SERIES 300 W INDEX HNDL

13 1 GC-4SS-M4 COUPLING 4" GROOVED SNAP STYLE 304SS

14 1 VG-T4 4" VICTAULIC GASKET

15 1 0-30-LF GAUGE, VACUUM 0-30 PSI VACUUM GAUGE

16 1 0-100-LF GAUGE, PRESSURE 0-100 PSI LIQUID FILLED

17 1 V V-BV-2(G) TRICLAMP 6" SS


NIPPLE-GXT-2X2-
18 1 NIPPLE, GRV X NPT 2” X 2” S80-304SS
SCH80
19 1 NIPPLE-TXT-2X2SCH80 NIPPLE, NPT X NPT, 2" X 2" 304SS S80

20 1 NIPPLE-GXT-2X2-M1 NIPPLE, GRV X NPT, 2" X 2" SPECIAL


Limited Warranty and Liability

VORTEX VENTURES warrants all standard LOBESTAR® SHEAR/MIXER products manufactured and furnished by it to be
free of defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment from SELLER. SELLER warrants
all parts, fittings and accessories manufactured by SELLER to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of
one year from the date of shipment from SELLER’S factory. THESE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING
TERMS, CONDITIONS, LIMITATIONS, AND EXCLUSIONS:

SELLER’S obligation under the warranty as described herein shall be enforceable only if BUYER installs, uses and maintains
SELLER’S products, parts, fittings, and accessories in accordance with generally accepted operating practices within the
applicable and appropriate industry.

SELLER’S obligation under the warranty as described herein shall not apply to any products, parts, fittings, and accessories
which (a) have been repaired or altered outside of SELLER’S factory unless by a SELLER’S factory repair person or authorized
warranty service personnel; or (b) have been subjected to misuse, negligence, fire, accident, act of war or God.

SELLER’S obligation under the warranty as described herein shall not be enforceable unless and until BUYER has paid for all
such products, part, fittings and accessories in full.

SELLER’S obligation under the warranty as described herein shall not be enforceable where BUYER’S use of SELLER’S
product is in violation of federal, state or local laws or regulations.

EXCLUSIONS OF WARRANTIES AND LIMITATIONS OF BUYER’S REMEDIES: BUYER and SELLER hereby expressly agree
that BUYER’S sole and exclusive remedy against SELLERS shall be for the repair or, at the SELLER’S option, replacement of
any product, part, fitting or accessory that, upon SELLER’S examination, is found to SELLER’S satisfaction to have been
defective when shipped from SELLER’S factory, and only then if; (a) BUYER, notifies SELLER in writing of the defects and
SELLER receives such notification within the warranty period; and (b) BUYER, within thirty (30) days of such notification, either
at SELLER’S option: (I) properly tenders such product, part, fittings or accessory to SELLER for inspection; or (ii) properly
disposed of such product, part, fitting or accessory in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
BUYER expressly agrees that no other remedy (including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damages for lost profits,
lost sales, injury to persons or property, or any other incidental or consequential loss)
shall be available to BUYER. THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED IN THIS PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER
WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

MERGER CLAUSE: THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SELLER’S SOLE WARRANTY. SELLER’S sales
representative may have made oral statements about the product, parts, fittings, or accessories. Such statements do not
constitute warranties, shall not be relied on by BUYER, and are not part of the contract for sale. The entire warranty is embodied
in this writing. This writing constitutes the final expressions of SELLER’S warranty, and it is a complete and exclusive statement
of the terms of that warranty. SELLER’S warranty and liability as stated herein cannot be altered or enlarged except by a writing
signed by an officer of SELLER.
Final Drawing(s)
Final Inspection Report(s)
ITP Router(s)
OEM Data Sheet(s)
CARBON STEEL PIPE - GROOVED VALVES 08.20
VIC®-300 MasterSeal™ Butterfly Valves
SERIES 761

Vic®-300 MasterSeal™ butterfly valves are designed for pressures ranging from vacuum to
300 psi/2065 kPa and for bi-directional, dead end services to full working pressure. The valve
GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK 10-POSITION HANDLE
features a patented seat design that assures full 360° sealing. The pressure-enhanced seat HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP
compresses to form a larger seating area as the pressure increases. The seat design also
­contributes to the low breakaway torque capabilities of the MasterSeal valve.
Available in 2 – 12”/50 – 300 mm sizes the valve is offered with a standard ISO mounting
flange to accept most gear and power actuators. Vic-300 MasterSeal butterfly valves
2 – 6”/50 – 150 mm are offered with a 10-position handle that may be configured for infinite
variable service with memory lock stop and is pad-lockable. Sizes 8”/200 mm valves are
available with a lever lock handle that may be configured for infinite variable service with memory stop and is padlockable. 2 – 12”/50 – 300 mm
sizes are available with a gear operator and can easily be configured into three way assemblies. Vic-300 Masterseal butterfly valves accommodate
2”/50 mm of insulation. An additional 2” neck extension is available when more than 2”/50 mm of insulation is needed. A 4½”/120 mm long Hand
Wheel Input Shaft Extension is available for valve sizes 2 – 8”/50 – 200 mm and a 3½”/90 mm long Hand Wheel Input Shaft Extension is available
for 10 – 12”/25 – 300 mm valve sizes. Note: Hand Wheel Input Shaft Extensions are not for use with Chain Wheels.
Available seats include EPDM for water services to +250°F/+121°C. Vic-300 MasterSeal valves are also offered with permanently lubricated Nitrile
material that is recommended for oil, air, and gas services. For specific material specifications on varied services please request ­publication 05.01.
For dry gas service, Victaulic recommends the lubricated nitrile option. Valves with standard disc and EPDM seat are UL classified to ANSI/NSF 61.
Victaulic also offers a tamper resistant option for 2 – 8”/50 – 200 mm size Vic-300 MasterSeal butterfly valves.
NOTES:
A padlockable valve refers to those valves which can be padlocked to lockout equipment for preventing inadvertent valve operation. When used in
conjunction with an appropriate lockout/tagout systems, multiple padlocks may be used. The valve may be padlocked either fully open or fully closed.
A tamper resistant option is meant to deter theft, vandalism or other malicious activity. The handles and associated components are assembled with
tamper resistant fasteners which are designed for one time assembly. Attempts to defeat the padlock by partial disassembly of the valve will likely
result in evidence of such activity. The valve may be padlocked either fully open or fully closed.

FEATURES
33- -Drive
DriveHub
Hub
1 Disc – Electroless nickel coated ductile iron.
77- -ISO 11 - Thermal Barrier
Optional: ISOMounting
MountingFlange
Flange
• Aluminum Bronze
• Stainless Steel
2 Seat – Patented pressure enhanced rubber 44- -Seals
Seals
seat design
10
10- -Seal
SealCartridge
Cartridge
3 Drive Hub – Designed to accept nearly all
types of actuation 66- -Stem
Stem 99- -Rectangular
Rectangular
4 Stem Seals – Prevents leakage of media. Drive
Drive
5 Upper and Lower Stem Bearings – Helps 88- -Grooved
GroovedEnd
End
Body
Body
maintain constant low torque values for the life
of the valve.
6 Stem – Blow out proof design utilizing stain- 22- -Seat
Seat
less steel.
7 ISO 5211 Mounting Flange – Accepts ISO
standard actuators 55- -Upper
Upperand
and
• 2 - 8"/50 – 200 mm are flange size F07 Lower
LowerBearings
Bearings
• 10 - 12”/250 – 300 mm are flange size F10
8 Grooved End Body – Reduces the weight of
11- -Disc
Disc
the valve and makes it easier to install.
9 Rectangular Drive – Positive rectangular
drive eliminates fasteners in the flow stream.
Design prevents replacement errors.
10 Seal Cartridge – Patented seal cartridge
houses stem seals.
11 Thermal Barrier - Reduces condensation on
gear operators when installed in chilled water
applications.

JOB/OWNER CONTRACTOR ENGINEER


System No.___________________________ Submitted By_________________________ Spec Sect_____________ Para___________
Location_ ____________________________ Date ________________________________ Approved_ ___________________________
Date ________________________________

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CARBON STEEL PIPE - GROOVED VALVES 08.20
VIC®-300 MasterSeal™ Butterfly Valves
SERIES 761

GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK 10-POSITION HANDLE


HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS Body: Ductile iron conforming to ASTM A-536, grade 65-45-12

End Face, 2 – 6"/50 – 150 mm: Ductile iron conforming to ASTM A-536, grade 65-45-12

Seal Retainer, 8 – 12"/200 – 300 mm: Ductile iron conforming to ASTM A-536, grade 65-45-12

Coating: Black alkyd enamel

Disc: Ductile iron (standard) conforming to ASTM A-536, grade 65-45-12, with electroless nickel
coating conforming to ASTM B-733

Optional:
• Aluminum bronze, Grade C95500
• Stainless steel conforming to ASTM A-351, Grade CF8M

Seat: (specify choice)*

• Grade “E” EPDM


EPDM (Green color code). Temperature range –30°F to +250°F/–34°C to +121°C.
Recommended for cold and hot water service within the specified temperature range plus a
variety of dilute acids, and many chemical services. UL Classified in accordance with ANSI/NSF
61 for cold +86°F/+30°C potable water services. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PETROLEUM
SERVICES.

• Grade “T” Lubricated Nitrile


Nitrile (Orange color code). Temperature range –20°F to +180°F/–29°C to +82°C.
Recommended for petroleum products, air with oil vapors, oil-free gas, vegetable and mineral
oils within the specified temperature range. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR HOT WATER SERVICES
OVER +150°F/+66°C OR FOR HOT DRY AIR OVER +140°F/+60°C.

• Grade “O” Fluoroelastomer


Fluoroelastomer (Blue color code). Temperature range +20°F to +300°F/–7°C to +149°C.
Recommended for many oxidizing acids, petroleum oils, halogenated hydrocarbons, lubricants,
hydraulic fluids, organic liquids. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR HOT WATER SERVICES.

* Services listed are General Service Recommendations only. It should be noted that there are ser-
vices for which these seals are not recommended. Reference should always be made to the latest
Victaulic Gasket Selection Guide for specific service recommendations and for a listing of services
which are not recommended.

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VIC®-300 MasterSeal™ Butterfly Valves
SERIES 761

GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK 10-POSITION HANDLE


HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS Stems: (Standard) 416 stainless steel conforming to ASTM A-582

• Optional*: 17-4PH stainless steel conforming to ASTM A-564

Stem Seal Cartridge: (Standard) C36000 brass

• Optional*: 17-4PH stainless steel conforming to ASTM A-564

Bearings: Fiberglass with TFE lining

Stem Seals: Furnished in same materials as seat

Stem Retaining Ring: Carbon steel

Handle: Lever Lock

• For sizes 8"/200 mm - Painted ductile iron conforming to ASTM A-536, grade 65-45-12, with
carbon steel latch plate and carbon steel zinc plated fasteners
- For sizes 8"/200 mm - Infinitely variable, padlockable and includes memory stop. Optionally
available with tamper-resistant hardware.

• For sizes 10 – 12"/250 – 300 mm - Painted ductile iron conforming to ASTM A-536, grade
65‑45‑12, with carbon steel handle extension and carbon steel zinc plated fasteners.

Handle: 10 Position

• For sizes 2 – 6"/50 – 150 mm - Zinc plated carbon steel handle with zinc plated carbon steel latch
plate and carbon steel zinc plated fasteners, infinately variable, padlockable and includes memory
stop. Optionally available with tamper-resistant hardware.

Gear Operator with options below:


• Handwheel with memory stop
• Handwheel with chainwheel
• 2" square nut
• Thermal Barrier

* Contact Victaulic for available material combination options.

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CARBON STEEL PIPE - GROOVED VALVES 08.20
VIC®-300 MasterSeal™ Butterfly Valves
SERIES 761

GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK 10-POSITION HANDLE


HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

DIMENSIONS

Bare
Approx.
Size Dimensions – Inches/millimeters Wgt. Ea.
Valve Valve
Actual with with 10-
Nominal Outside A Bare Lever Position
Size Diameter End to Valve Handle Handle
In./mm In./mm End B C D E F G H J K L M N P Q-Key Lbs./kg Lbs./kg Lbs./kg
2 2.375 3.21 3.25 1.44 1.81 3.81 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 0.88 0.32 0.43 3.5 6.0 4.4
— — —
50 60.3 81.5 82.6 36.6 46.0 96.8 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 22.4 8.0 11.0 1.6 2.7 2.0
2 1/2 2.875 3.77 4.00 1.77 2.10 4.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 0.88 0.32 0.43 5.0 7.5 5.9
— — —
65 73.0 95.8 101.6 45.0 53.3 108.0 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 22.4 8.0 11.0 2.3 3.4 2.7
3.000 3.77 4.00 1.77 2.10 4.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 0.88 0.32 0.43 5.0 7.5 5.9
76.1 mm — — —
76.1 95.8 101.6 45.0 53.3 108.0 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 22.4 8.0 11.0 2.3 3.4 2.7
3 3.500 3.77 4.50 1.77 2.35 4.50 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 0.88 0.32 0.43 6.0 8.5 6.9
— — —
80 88.9 95.8 114.3 45.0 59.7 114.3 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 22.4 8.0 11.0 2.7 3.9 3.1
4 4.500 4.63 5.50 2.18 2.88 5.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 0.89 0.43 0.59 9.3 11.8 10.8
— — —
100 114.3 117.6 139.7 55.4 73.2 133.4 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 22.6 11.0 15.0 4.2 5.4 4.9
4.250 4.63 5.50 2.20 2.88 5.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 0.89 0.43 0.59 9.3 11.8 10.8
108.0 mm † — — —
108.0 117.6 139.7 55.8 73.2 133.4 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 22.6 11.0 15.0 4.2 5.4 4.9
5 5.563 5.88 6.30 2.58 3.34 6.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.12 0.50 0.75 16.8 20.0 18.8
— — —
125 141.3 149.4 160.0 65.5 84.8 158.8 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 28.5 12.7 19.1 7.6 9.1 8.5
5.250 5.88 6.30 2.58 3.34 6.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.12 0.50 0.75 16.8 20.0 18.8
133.0 mm † — — —
133.0 149.4 160.0 65.5 84.8 158.8 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 28.5 12.7 19.1 7.6 9.1 8.5
5.500 5.88 6.30 2.58 3.34 6.25 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.12 0.50 0.75 16.8 20.0 18.8
139.7 mm — — —
139.7 149.4 160.0 65.5 84.8 158.8 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 28.5 12.7 19.1 7.6 9.1 8.5
6 6.625 5.88 7.30 2.58 0.42 3.83 6.75 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.12 0.50 0.75 20.0 23.2 22.0
— —
150 168.3 149.4 185.4 65.5 10.6 97.3 171.5 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 28.5 12.7 19.1 9.1 10.5 10.0
6.250 5.88 7.30 2.58 0.42 3.83 6.75 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.12 0.50 0.75 20.0 23.2 22.0
159.0 mm † — —
159.0 149.4 185.4 65.5 10.6 97.3 171.5 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 28.5 12.7 19.1 9.1 10.5 10.0
6.500 5.88 7.30 2.58 0.42 3.83 6.75 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.12 0.50 0.75 20.0 23.2 22.0
165.1 mm — —
165.1 149.4 185.4 65.5 10.6 97.3 171.5 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 28.5 12.7 19.1 9.1 10.5 10.0
8 8.625 5.33 10.00 2.33 1.47 0.80 5.00 8.00 2.17 0.13 0.34 2.756 1.30 0.88 0.188 x .88 34.3 37.5
— —
200 219.1 135.4 254.0 59.2 37.4 20.3 127.0 203.2 55.2 3.3 8.6 70.0 33.0 22.2 4.78 x 22.35 15.6 17.0
10 10.750 6.40 12.25 3.00 1.81 1.41 6.13 9.75 2.76 0.13 0.43 4.016 2.25 1.25 0.312 x 1.88 72.0 84.0
— —
250 273.0 162.6 311.2 76.2 45.9 35.8 155.7 247.7 70.1 3.3 11.0 102.0 57.2 31.8 7.92 x 47.75 32.7 38.1
12 12.750 6.50 14.25 3.00 2.80 2.30 7.13 10.75 2.76 0.13 0.43 4.016 2.24 1.25 0.312 x 1.88 88.0 100.0
— —
300 323.9 165.1 362.0 76.2 71.0 58.4 181.1 273.1 70.1 3.3 11.0 102.0 56.9 31.8 7.92 x 47.75 39.9 45.4
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NOTE: 2 – 8”/50 – 200 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F07; 10 and 12”/250 and 300 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F10.
P H
View A-A P View B-B
Mounting Flange for Mounting Flange for
N 2 – 6"/50 – 150 mm 8 – 12"/200 – 300 mm M
Valve shown in Q Key Valve shown in
open position open position
L
4xK J
4xK
L MOUNTING FLANGE RECESS
N
A A B B

G G

F F
E
C D B C
A D B
A
BARE VALVE BARE VALVE
2 – 6”/50 – 150 MM SIZES 8 – 12”/200 – 300 MM SIZES

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CARBON STEEL PIPE - GROOVED VALVES
IPS IPS
CARBON
CARBON
STEEL
STEEL
PIPEPIPE
- GROOVED
- GROOVED
VALVES
VALVES
08.20
08.20
08.20
IPS CARBON STEEL PIPE - GROOVED VALVES
VIC®-300 MasterSeal™
MasterSeal™
MasterSeal™ Butterfly Butterfly Valves
ButterflyValves
Valves
® SERIES 761
VIC VIC
-300-300
®
MasterSeal™ Butterfly Valves
VIC®-300

GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK 10-POSITION HANDLE


HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

GEARGEAR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR LEVER
LEVER
LOCKLOCK
HANDLE
HANDLE 10-POSITION
10-POSITION
HANDLE
HANDLE
GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK HANDLE 10-POSIT

DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
With Handle DIMENSIONS
WithWith
Handle
Handle
With Handle Approx.
Size Dimensions – Inches/millimeters Wgt. Ea. Approx.
Approx.
Size Size DimenDsiim
onesns–ioInsch–eIsn/m
chilelism
/meitlelirm
s eter s Wgt. Ea.
Wgt. Ea.
App
Actual Size Dimensions – Inches /millimeters Wgt
Nominal ActualActual Outside Valve with
Nominal
Nominal Size Outside
Outside Diameter AActual Bare Valve Lever Handle Valve Valve
with with
Size SizeIn./mm Diameter
Diameter In./mmA A End toOutside
End T-R U Lbs./kg Bare Valve Valve Lever Lever
Bare Lbs./kg HandleHandle
In./mmIn./mm In./mmIn./mm Nominal
End toEndEndto End R-R R-R S S T-R T-R U U Z Z Lbs./kg
Lbs./kg Lbs./kg
Lbs./kg
2 2.375 Size Diameter
3.21 A7.00 1.57 3.5 6.0 Bare Valve
2 2 50 2.3752.375 60.33.21In./mm
3.21 8.50 8.50
In./mm
81.5 1.63 1.63
End to End
177.8 7.10 7.10
R-R 39.91.67 1.67
S T-R 3.5 3.5 U 2.7 6.0 6.0Z Lbs./kg
—1.6 —
50 50 6 0. 3 6 0. 3
81.5 821.5 215.9 22.375
15.9 41.4 43.21
1.4 180.3188.50
0. 3 42.4 41.63
2. 4 1.6 11.67
.6 2.7 2.7
2 1/2 2.875 3.77 7.00 1.57 5.0 7.10 7.5 —
3.5
2 ½ 2 ½ 65 2.8752.875 50
73.03.77 3.77 8.50
95.8 6 0. 3
8.50 81177.8
1.63 1.63 .5 215.9
7.10 7.10 39.91.67 41.4
1.67 180.3 42.43.4
5.0 5.0 7.5 7.5 1.6
—2.3 —
65 65 73 . 0 73 . 0 95. 8 295½. 8 215.9 22.875
15.9 41.4 43.77
1.4 180.3188.50
0. 3 42.4 41.63
2. 4 2.3 21.67
.3 3. 4 3. 4
3.000 3.77 7.00 1.57 5.0 7.10 7.5 —
5.0
76.1 mm 3.0003.000 65 73 . 0 95177.8
.8 215.9 41.4 180.3 42.43.4 2. 3
76.1 mm
76.1 mm 76.13.77 3.77 8.50
95.88.50 1.63 1.63 7.10 7.10 39.91.67 1.67
—2.3 —
5.0 5.0 7.5 7.5
76.1 76.1 95. 8 95. 8 215.9 23.000
15.9 41.4 43.77
1.4 180.3188.50
0. 3 42.4 41.63
2. 4 2.3 21.67
.3 3. 4 3. 4
3 3.500 76.1 mm 3.77 7.00 1.57 6.0 7.10 8.5 —
5.0
3 3 80 3.5003.500 88.93.77 3.77 8.50
95.8 76.1
8.50 95177.8
1.63 1.63 .8 215.9
7.10 7.10 39.91.67 41.4
1.67 180.3 42.43.9
6.0 6.0 8.5 8.5 2. 3
—2.7 —
80 80 88.9 88.9 95. 8 935. 8 215.9 23.500
15.9 41.4 43.77
1.4 180.3188.50
0. 3 42.4 41.63
2. 4 2.7 21.67
.7 3.9 3.9
4 4.500 4.63 8.50 1.64 9.3 7.10 11.8 —
6.0
4 4 100 4.5004.500 80
114.34.63 4.63 8.50 88.9
8.50
117.6 95215.9
1.63 1.63 .8 215.9
8.60 8.60 41.71.74 41.4
1.74 180.3 42.45.4
9.3 9.3 11.8 11.8 2 .7
—4.2 —
10 0 10 0 114.3 114.3 117.6 1147.6 215.9 24.500
15.9 41.4 44.63
1.4 218.4218.50
8 .4 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 4. 2 41.74
.2 5. 4 5. 4
4.250 4.63 8.50 1.64 9.3 8.60 11.8 —
9.3
108.0 mm † 4.2504.250
108.0108.0
mm †mm † 108.04.63 14.63
00 8.50 114.3
8.50
117.6 117215.9
1.63 1.63 .6 215.9
8.60 8.60 41.71.74 41.4
1.74
—4.2 —
218.4 4 4.5.4
9.3 9.3 2 11.8 11.8 4. 2
108.0108.0 117.6 117.6 215.9 24.250
15.9 41.4 44.63
1.4 218.4218.50
8 .4 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 4. 2 41.74
.2 5. 4 5. 4
5 5.563108.0 mm † 5.88 12.00 1.64 16.88.60 20.0 —
9.3
5 5 125 5.5635.563 141.35.88 5.88 149.408.0
14.00 1
14.00 11304.8
1.63 1.63 7.6 215.9
12.10 12.10 41.71.74 41.4
1.74
—7.6 —
218.4 4 4. 29.1
16.8 16.8 20.0 20.0 4. 2
125 125 141.3 141.3 149.41459.4 355.635.563
55.6 41.4 45.88
1.4 307.3314.00
07.3 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 7.6 71.74
.6 9.1 9.1
5.250 5.88 12.00 1.64 16.812.10 20.0 —
16.8
133.0 mm † 5.2505.250 5.88 15.88
25 14.00 141.3
14.00 14304.8
1.63 1.639.4 355.6
12.10 12.10 41.4 307.3 4 4. 29.1 7.6
133.0133.0
mm †mm † 133.0 149.4 41.71.74 1.74
—7.6 —
16.8 16.8 20.0 20.0
133.0133.0 149.4149.4 355.635.250
55.6 41.4 45.88
1.4 307.3314.00
07.3 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 7.6 71.74
.6 9.1 9.1
5.500133.0 mm † 5.88 12.00 1.64 16.812.10 20.0 —
16.8
139.7 mm 5.5005.500
139.7139.7
mm mm 139.75.88 5.88 149.433.0
14.00 1
14.00 14304.8
1.63 1.639.4 355.6
12.10 12.10 41.71.74 41.4
1.74
—7.6 —
307.3 4 4. 29.1
16.8 16.8 20.0 20.0 7.6
139.7139.7 149.4149.4 355.635.500
55.6 41.4 45.88
1.4 307.3314.00
07.3 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 7.6 71.74
.6 9.1 9.1
6 6.625 139.7 mm 5.88 12.00 1.64 20.012.10 23.2 —
16.8
6 6 150 6.6256.625 168.35.88 5.88 14.00 139.7
14.00
149.4 14304.8
1.63 1.639.4 355.6
12.10 12.10 41.71.74 41.4
1.74 307.3 4 410.5
20.0 20.0 .2 23.2 23.2 7.6
—9.1 —
150 150 168.3168.3 149.41469.4 355.636.625
55.6 41.4 45.88
1.4 307.3314.00
07.3 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 9.1 91.74
.1 10.5 10.5
6.250 5.88 12.00 1.64 20.012.10 23.2 —
20.0
159.0 mm † 6.2506.250
159.0159.0
mm †mm † 159.05.88 15.88
50 149.468.3
14.00 1
14.00 14304.8
1.63 1.639.4 355.6
12.10 12.10 41.71.74 41.4
1.74
—9.1 —
307.3 4 410.5
20.0 20.0 .2 23.2 23.2 9.1
159.0159.0 149.4149.4 355.636.250
55.6 41.4 45.88
1.4 307.3314.00
07.3 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 9.1 91.74
.1 10.5 10.5
6.500159.0 mm † 5.88 12.00 1.64 20.012.10 23.2 —
20.0
165.1 mm 6.5006.500 159.0 14304.8
9.4 355.6 41.4 307.3 4 410.5
.2 9.1
165.1 165.1
mm mm 165.15.88 5.88 14.00 14.00
149.4 1.63 1.63 12.10 12.10 41.71.74 1.74
—9.1 —
20.0 20.0 23.2 23.2
165.1 165.1 149.4149.4 355.636.500
55.6 41.4 45.88
1.4 307.3314.00
07.3 4 4. 2 41.63
4. 2 9.1 91.74
.1 10.5 10.5
34.312.10 20.0
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8 8.625 165.1 mm 5.33 14.00 1.51 37.5 —
8 8 200 8.6258.625 219.15.33 5.33 135.465.1
14.00 1
14.00 14355.6
1.51 1.519.4
— —
355.6 38.4

41.4
— —15.6—
307.3 4 417.0
34.3 34.3 .2 37.5 37.5 9.1
20 0 20 0 219.1 219.1 135.41385.4 355.638.625
55.6 38.4 35.33
8 .4 15.6 15.6 17.0 17.0
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10 10.750 6.40 11.66 14.00 4.50 1.51 72.0 — 84.0 34.3
— —
10 10 250 10.750 10.750 273.06.40 26.4000 11.66 219.1
11.66 13296.2
4.50 4.50 5. 4 355.6 114.30 38 . 4 7.50
32.77.50 72.0 72.038.1 84.0 84.0 15.6
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162.6 — — — —
250 250 273.0273.0 162.6110
62.6 296. 2210.750
96. 2 114.3 116.40
4. 3 11.66 4.50 4.50 190.5190.5 32.7 32.7 38.1 37.50
8.1 72.0
12 12.750 6.50 11.66 88.0 — —100.0
12 12 300 12.75012.750 323.96.50 26.50 50 165.173.0
11.66 2
11.66 16296.2
4.50 4.50 2. 6 296. 2 114.3 114.3 7.50
39.97.50 88.0 88.045.4 190.5
100.0100.0 32.7
— — — —
30 0 30 0 323.9323.9 165.1 112
65.1 296. 2212.750
96. 2 114.3 116.50
4. 3 11.66 4.50 190.5190.5 39.9 39.9 45.4 47.50
5. 4 88.0
† Contact Victaulic for availability. 300 323.9 165.1 296. 2 114.3
— —
190.5 39.9
† Contact
† Contact
Victaulic
Victaulic
for availability.
for availability.
10 & 12"/250 & 300 MM SIZES 2 – 8"/50 – 200 MM SIZES 2 – 6"/50 – 150 MM SIZES
NOTE: 2 – 8”/50 – 200 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F07; 10 and 12”/250 and 300 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F10.
AND MEMORY STOP AND MEMORY STOP 10-POSITION HANDLE
NOTE:
NOTE:
2 – 8”/50
2 – 8”/50
– 200– mm
200 mm
sizessizes † Contact
are ISO
are Flange Victaulic
ISO Flange
VALVE WITH LEVER LOCK HANDLE for F07;
Designation availability.
Designation 10
F07;and
10 12”/250
and 12”/250
and 300
and mm
300 mm
sizessizes
are ISO
areFlange
ISO Flange
Designation
Designation
F10. F10.
VALVE WITH LEVER LOCK HANDLE
A
NOTE: 2 – 8”/50 – 200 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F07; 10 and 12”/250 and 300 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F10.
A
A
SHUT SHUT
OPEN

OPEN

SHUT

T-R T-R
R-R T-R
R-R
T-R
R-R R-R
OPEN

T-R T-R
R-R (20" extended)
(20" extended) R-R
(20" extended)
U UU S U
S S
S
S S U
S U 1.38”/35.05 mm U
S
(20" extended)
R-R T-R
R-R
OPEN

SHUT

A A
A A
A A
A
VALVEVALVE
WITHVALVE
WITH WITH
LEVERLEVER
LOCKLOCK
HANDLE
HANDLE VALVEVALVE
WITHVALVE
WITH WITH
LEVERLEVER
LOCK LOCK
HANDLE
HANDLE A
10-POSITION HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP
NOTE: 2 – 8”/50 – 200 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F07; 10 and 12”/250 and 300 mm sizes are ISO Flange Designation F10.
LEVER LOCK HANDLE LEVER LOCK HANDLE
AND MEMORY
ANDSTOP
MEMORY
STOPSTOP A AND MEMORY
ANDSTOP
MEMORY
STOPSTOP
210-POSITION
10-POSITION
– 6”/50 – 150HANDLE
MM HANDLE
SIZES A AND MEMORY AND MEMORY
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2 – 8"/50
2 – 8"/50
– 200– MM
200SIZES
MM SIZES VALVE WITH LEVER LOCK
10 & HANDLE
10
12"/250
& 12"/250
& 300& MM
300SIZES
MM SIZES VALVE WITH LEVER LOCK HAN
2 – 6"/50
2 – 6"/50
– 150– MM
150SIZES
MM SIZES 8”/200 MM SIZES AND MEMORY STOP & 300 MM SIZES
10 & 12”/250 AND MEMORY STOP
10-POSITION HANDLE
45.4 39.9 190.5 2 – 6"/50 – 150 MM SIZES
— —
114.3 2 – 8"/50 – 200 MM SIZES
296. 2 165.1 323.9 10 & 12"/250 & 300 MM SIZ
30 0
100.0 88.0 7.50 4.50 11.66 6.50 12.750 12

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23.2 20.0 1.74 12.10 1.63 14.00 5.88 6.250
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SERIES 761

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

DIMENSIONS

With Gear Operator

Approx.
Size Dimensions – Inches/millimeters Wgt. Ea.

Actual Valve
Nominal Outside with Gear
Size Diameter A Operator
In./mm In./mm End to End T U V W X Y Lbs./kg
2 2.375 3.21 1.58 4.43 6.84 1.75 3.64 3.94 6.0
50 60.3 81.5 40.1 112.5 173.7 44.5 92.5 100.1 2.7
2 1/2 2.875 3.77 1.58 4.43 7.28 1.75 3.64 3.94 7.5
65 73.0 95.8 40.1 112.5 184.9 44.5 92.5 100.1 3.4
3.000 3.77 1.58 4.43 7.28 1.75 3.64 3.94 7.5
76.1 mm
76.1 95.8 40.1 112.5 184.9 44.5 92.5 100.1 3.4
3 3.500 3.77 1.58 4.43 7.53 1.75 3.64 3.94 8.5
80 88.9 95.8 40.1 112.5 191.3 44.5 92.5 100.1 3.9
4 4.500 4.63 1.58 4.43 8.28 1.75 3.64 3.94 11.8
100 114.3 117.6 40.1 112.5 210.3 44.5 92.5 100.1 5.4
4.250 4.63 1.58 4.43 8.28 1.75 3.64 3.94 11.8
108.0 mm †
108.0 117.6 40.1 112.5 210.3 44.5 92.5 100.1 5.4
5 5.563 5.88 1.97 4.84 9.81 2.28 4.43 4.92 20.8
125 141.3 149.4 50.0 122.9 249.2 57.9 112.5 125.0 9.4
5.250 5.88 1.97 4.84 9.81 2.28 4.43 4.92 20.8
133.0 mm †
133.0 149.4 50.0 122.9 249.2 57.9 112.5 125.0 9.4
5.500 5.88 1.97 4.84 9.81 2.28 4.43 4.92 20.8
139.7 mm
139.7 149.4 50.0 122.9 249.2 57.9 112.5 125.0 9.4
6 6.625 5.88 1.97 4.84 10.31 2.28 4.43 4.92 24.0
150 168.3 149.4 50.0 122.9 261.9 57.9 112.5 125.0 10.9
6.250 5.88 1.97 4.84 10.31 2.28 4.43 4.92 24.0
159.0 mm †
159.0 149.4 50.0 122.9 261.9 57.9 112.5 125.0 10.9
6.500 5.88 1.97 4.84 10.31 2.28 4.43 4.92 24.0
165.1 mm
165.1 149.4 50.0 122.9 261.9 57.9 112.5 125.0 10.9
8 8.625 5.33 1.97 4.84 11.56 2.28 4.43 4.92 38.3
200 219.1 135.4 50.0 122.9 293.6 57.9 112.5 125.0 17.4
10 10.750 6.40 2.88 7.76 15.13 3.25 6.30 7.87 81.5
250 273.0 162.6 73.2 197.1 384.3 82.6 160.0 199.9 39.0
12 12.750 6.50 2.88 7.76 16.13 3.25 6.30 7.87 97.5
300 323.9 165.1 73.2 197.1 409.7 82.6 160.0 199.9 44.2

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X U X T
U

Y
Y
V
V

VALVE WITH GEAR OPERATOR VALVE WITH GEAR OPERATOR


2 – 6”/50 – 150 MM SIZES 8 – 12”/200 – 300 MM SIZES

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

ACCESSORIES Chain wheels are mounted to the gear operator handwheels. Sprocket rim and guide arms are made
of cast aluminum. Chain is galvanized steel.
HOW TO ORDER:
Specify type valve and operator by valve numbering system shown on back page.
Always specify length of chain required.
A For insulation and locking device, contact Victaulic for details. Hand Wheel Input Shaft Extensions
are not for use with Chain Wheels.

Aprx.
Size Dimensions – Inches/millimeters Wgt. Ea

Nominal Chain Wheel


Size Sprocket Size
In./mm Size (Dia.) A Lbs./kg
2–4 4.00 4.63 2.0
0
50 – 100 10 118 0.9
5–8 5.75 6.38 4.0
1
125 – 200 146 162 1.8
10 – 12 9.00 10.50 10.0
2
250 – 300 229 267 4.5
CHAIN WHEEL AND GUIDE WITH SAFETY CABLE KIT

FLOW CHARACTERISTICS 10
Pressure Drop - psi

1
mm
m
.7 m

9.0
39

15
&1

&
m

m
mm
m

.0 m

.1 m
6.1

3.0
08

65
&7

, 13
&1

&1
mm

mm
mm
m

mm
mm

mm

.0 m
.9 m

.3 m
3.0

.9
1.3

8.3

9.1
.3

73

23
88
"/7

14
/60

14

16

"/2
21

"/3
3"/

1

5"/

6"/
4"/
2"

10
8"/

12

0.1

0.01
10 100 1000 10000
Flow Rate - GPM

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

PERFORMANCE CV values for flow of water at +60°F/+16°C with various disc positions are shown in the table below.
Some of the following values are estimated. For exact values, please contact Victaulic for details.
Formulas for CV Values: ∆P = Q2 Where:
Cv2 Q = Flow (GPM)
∆P = Pressure Drop (psi)
Q = Cv x ∆P Cv = Flow Coefficient

Size CV Size CV Size CV Size CV


Actual Actual Actual Actual
Nom. Outside Nom. Outside Nom. Outside Nom. Outside
Size Dia. (Full Size Dia. (Full Size Dia. (Full Size Dia. (Full
In./mm In./mm Open) In./mm In./mm Open) In./mm In./mm Open) In./mm In./mm Open)
2 2.375 4 4.500 5.500 8 8.625
115 820 139.7 mm 1200 3400
50 60.3 100 114.3 139.7 200 219.1
2 1/2 2.875 4.250 6 6.625 10 10.750
260 108.0 mm 820 1800 5800
65 73.0 108.0 150 168.3 250 273.0
3.000 5 5.563 6.250 12 12.750
76.1 mm 260 1200 159.0 mm 1800 9000
76.1 125 141.3 159.0 300 323.9
3 3.500 5.250 6.500
440 133.0 mm 1200 165.1 mm 1800
80 88.9 133.0 165.1

Size FLOW COEFFICIENTS – CV


Disc Position (Degrees open)
90 70 60 50 40 30
Actual
Nominal Outside
Size Dia.
In./mm In./mm
2 2.375
115 60 36 23 14 7
50 60.3
2 1/2 2.875
260 140 80 50 30 16
65 73.0
3.000
76.1 mm 260 140 80 50 30 16
76.1
3 3.500
440 230 140 90 50 26
80 88.9
4 4.500
820 430 250 160 100 50
100 114.3
4.250
108.0 mm 820 430 250 160 100 50
108.0
5 5.563
1200 620 370 240 140 70
125 141.3
5.250
133.0 mm 1200 620 370 240 140 70
133.0
5.500
139.7 mm 1200 620 370 240 140 70
139.7
6 6.625
1800 940 560 360 220 110
150 168.3
6.250
159.0 mm 1800 940 560 360 220 110
159.0
6.500
165.1 mm 1800 940 560 360 220 110
165.1
8 8.625
3400 1770 1050 670 410 200
200 219.1
10 10.750
5800 3020 1800 1150 700 350
250 273.0
12 12.750
9000 4680 2790 1780 1080 540
300 323.9

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

VALVE TORQUE REQUIREMENTS Vic-300 MasterSeal valves have low torque requirements for operating the valve. This results in less
manual effort, smaller gear operators or smaller actuators to open and close the valve.

Size Torque – Inch Pounds/Newton Meters

Nominal Actual *Differential Pressure – psi/Bar


Size Outside Dia.
In./mm In./mm 50/3 100/7 150/10 200/14 232/16 300/21
2 2.375 53 65 78 90 100 115
50 60.3 6.0 7.0 9.0 10.0 11.0 13.0
2 1/2 2.875 100 120 140 160 170 200
65 73.0 11.0 14.0 16.0 18.0 19.0 23.0
3.000 100 120 140 160 170 200
76.1 mm
76.1 11.0 14.0 16.0 18.0 19.0 23.0
3 3.500 150 170 190 210 230 260
80 88.9 17.0 19.0 22.0 24.0 26.0 29.0
4 4.500 220 250 280 310 330 370
100 114.3 25.0 28.0 32.0 35.0 37.0 42.0
4.250 220 250 280 310 330 370
108.0 mm
108.0 25.0 28.0 32.0 35.0 37.0 42.0
5 5.563 340 390 450 500 530 600
125 141.3 38.0 44.0 51.0 57.0 60.0 68.0
5.250 340 390 450 500 530 600
133.0 mm
133.0 38.0 44.0 51.0 57.0 60.0 68.0
5.500 340 390 450 500 530 600
139.7 mm
139.7 38.0 44.0 51.0 57.0 60.0 68.0
6 6.625 410 470 540 600 640 730
150 168.3 46.0 53.0 61.0 68.0 72.0 83.0
6.250 410 470 540 600 640 730
159.0 mm
159.0 46.0 53.0 61.0 68.0 72.0 83.0
6.500 410 470 540 600 640 730
165.1 mm
165.1 46.0 53.0 61.0 68.0 72.0 83.0
8 8.625 540 680 820 950 1040 1230
200 219.1 61.0 77.0 93.0 107.0 118.0 139.0
10 10.750 1610 1920 2230 2530 2730 3150
250 273.0 182.0 217.0 252.0 286.0 308.0 356.0
12 12.750 2720 2880 3040 3190 3290 3510
300 323.9 307.0 325.0 344.0 360.0 372.0 397.0

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

VALVE TORQUE REQUIREMENTS Source:


These torque values were derived from test data with non-lubricated valves in water at ambient
temperatures with EPDM seals. For other material and service conditions, apply a suitable service
factor.

Torque Factors:
All torque values are for normal conditions (i.e. the valve is operated at least once a quarter, disc
corrosion is expected to be minor, the media is clean and non-abrasive, and the chemical effects
upon the elastomer are minor).

Typical fluid torque factors commonly used in the industry are:


Water: 1.0; Lubricated service: 0.8; Dry gases: Lubricated nitrile “T” seat seals are recommended
for dry gases wherever chemically appropriate. See material torque factor below.

Material Torque Factors:


“E” = 1.0; “O” = 1.2; “T” = 0.8

Cycling Factor:
Torque will typically increase as the valve is cycled. A factor of 1.5 should be applied for the first
5000 cycles and another 1.5 applied for all additional cycles. The higher number should be used
if there are more than one cycle per hour.

Actuation Factor:
There are no actuation safety factors applied. A factor consistent with the consequences of not
actuating should be applied. A minimum factor of 1.2 is recommended for directly actuated valves
and 1.5 for 3-way assemblies.

Combining Torque Factors:


When multiple torque factors apply, they are combined by multiplying them. Example: For an
EPDM seal and a 5000 cycle factor the combined factor would be 1.0 X (1.5) = 1.5.

Note:
Under certain high flow conditions, the hydrodynamic torque can exceed the seating torque. Large
butterfly valves are not recommended for use in a free discharge condition, such as filling an
empty line with fluid at the full rated pressure.

Contact Victaulic for other services.

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS Butterfly valves 2 – 12"/50 – 300 mm shall be rated to 300 psi/2068 kPa and be both ­bi‑­directional
and dead-end service capable to full rated pressure. Body material shall be ductile iron with blow-
out proof stainless steel stems and electroless nickel coated ductile iron disc. Seat material shall be
EPDM (or lubricated nitrile or fluoroelastomer) and have a full 360° continuous contact with the seat-
ing surface. Stem seals shall be of the same material grade as the seats. Disc shall be offset from
the centerline of the stems and shall be connected to the stem without the use of fasteners or pins.
Valve ends shall be grooved. Valve shall have standard ISO flange mounting for ease of ­actuation.
Operators shall be as specified by choice in valve table. The standard handle valve 2 – 8"/50
– 200 mm shall include latch lock, infinitely variable and memory stop features. Manufacturer
– Victaulic – Vic-300 MasterSeal Valve or approved equal. Valve with EPDM seat is UL classfied to
ANSI/NSF 61.

VIC-300 VALVE NUMBERING SYSTEM


V - 040 - 76 1 S E -0

Size
Fig.
Type In./mm No. Series Body Material Disc/Stem Seat Operator
V 2/50 020 76 -Iron/IPS 1 - Ductile Iron S - Ductile Iron/416SS E - EPDM 0 - Bare
2½/65 024 B - Aluminum Bronze T - Lubricated 2 - 10-Position Handle with
76.1 mm 761 /416SS Nitrile memory stop
3/80 030 V - Thermal Barrier O - Fluoro- 3 - Gear operator
4/100 040 X - CF8M/416SS elastomer 4 - Lever lock with tamper resistant
108.0 mm 108 device (8"/200 mm only)
5/125 050 9 - Special * 9 - Special* 5 - Gear operator with memory stop
133.0 mm 133 6 - Gear operator with chain wheel
139.7 mm 139 7 - Gear operator with memoy stop and
6/150 060 chain wheel
159.0 mm 159 8 - Gear operator with AWWA 2" square
oper. nut
165.1 mm 165
8/200 080
9 - Special*
10/250 100
12/300 120
NOTES:
* Details required with order

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GEAR OPERATOR LEVER LOCK 10-POSITION HANDLE


HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

IMPORTANT INSTALLATION When installing a Victaulic butterfly valve into a piping system, follow the instructions supplied with
CONSIDERATIONS the coupling. Refer to the notes below for applications/limitations.
When using butterfly valves for throttling service, Victaulic recommends the disc be positioned no
less than 30 degrees open. For best results, the disc should be between 30 and 70 degrees open.
High pipeline velocities and/or throttling with the disc less than 30 degrees open may result in noise,
vibration, cavitation, severe line erosion, and/or loss of control. For details regarding throttling ser-
vices, contact Victaulic.
Victaulic recommends that flow velocities for water service are limited to 20 ft. per sec./6.1 m per
sec. When higher flow velocities are necessary, contact Victaulic. When dealing with flow media
other than water, contact Victaulic.
Victaulic recommends good piping practices and installing the valve five pipe diameters away from
other components.
Victaulic Butterfly Valves are designed with grooved ends for use with grooved pipe couplings. If
flange connections are required, refer to the following notes regarding Vic-Flange Adapter restric-
tions.
• Style 741 Vic-Flange Adapters can be used on all sizes Vic-300 MasterSeal Butterfly Valves.
DO NOT INSTALL BUTTERFLY VALVES • Style 743 Vic-Flange Adapters cannot be used with Vic-300 MasterSeal Butterfly Valves. A
INTO THE SYSTEM WITH THE DISC IN THE No. 46 ANSI 300 groove by flange adapter is required. 0
FULLY OPEN POSITION.

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HANDLE WITH MEMORY STOP

WARRANTY Refer to the Warranty section of the current Price List or contact Victaulic for details.

NOTE This product shall be manufactured by Victaulic or to Victaulic specifications. All products to be
installed in accordance with current Victaulic installation/assembly instructions. Victaulic reserves the
right to change product specifications, designs and standard equipment without notice and without
incurring obligations.

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08.20
carbon steel pipe – grooved couplings 06.04
Standard Flexible Coupling
Style 77

INSTALLATION Reference should always be made to the I-100 Victaulic Field Installation Handbook for the product
you are installing. Handbooks are included with each shipment of Victaulic products for complete
installation and assembly data, and are available in PDF format on our website at www.victaulic.com.

WARRANTY Refer to the Warranty section of the current Price List or contact Victaulic for details.

NOTE This product shall be manufactured by Victaulic or to Victaulic specifications. All products to be
installed in accordance with current Victaulic installation/assembly instructions. Victaulic reserves the
right to change product specifications, designs and standard equipment without notice and without
incurring obligations.

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06.04
Mechanical
Pressure Measurement
Bourdon Tube Pressure Gauges
Industrial Stainless Steel Gauge
Type 232.54 - Dry Case
Type 233.54 - Liquid-filled Case
WIKA Datasheet 23X.54

Applications

„ Intended for adverse service conditions where pulsating


or vibration exists
„ Process industry: chemical/petrochemical, power
stations, mining, on and offshore, environmental tech-
nology, mechanical engineering and plant construction
„ Suitable for gaseous or liquid media that will not ob-
struct the pressure system

Special features

„ Vibration and shock resistant (with liquid filling)


„ All stainless steel construction
„ Pressure ranges up to 15,000 psi

Bourdon Tube Pressure Gauge Model 232.54


Standard Features

Design Temperature error


ASME B40.100 & EN 837-1 Additional error when temperature changes from reference
temperature of 68°F (20°C) ±0.4% for every 18°F (10°C) rising
Sizes or falling. Percentage of span.
2½” & 4” (63 & 100 mm)
Weather protection
Accuracy class Weather resistant (NEMA 3 / IP 54) - dry case
2½”: ± 2/1/2% of span (ASME B40.100 Grade A) Weather tight (NEMA 4X / IP 65) - liquid-filled case
4”: ± 1% of span (ASME B40.100 Grade 1A)
Pressure connection
Ranges Material: 316L stainless steel
Vacuum / Compound to 200 psi Lower mount (LM) or center back mount (CBM) - 2½”
Pressure from 15 psi to 15,000 psi Lower mount (LM) or lower back mount (LBM) - 4”
or other equivalent units of pressure or vacuum 1/4” NPT or 1/2” NPT limited to wrench flat area
Working pressure Bourdon tube
2½”: Steady: 3/4 scale value Material: 316L stainless steel
Fluctuating: 2/3 full scale value 2” & 2½”: 1,000 PSI: C-type,
Short time: full scale value 1,500 PSI: helical type
4”: Steady: full scale value 4”: 1,500 PSI: C-type,
Fluctuating: 0.9 x full scale value 2,000 PSI: helical type
Short time: 1.3 x full scale value Movement
Operating temperature 300-series stainless steel
Ambient: -40°F to +140°F (-40°C to +60°C) - dry Dial
-4°F to +140°F (-20°C to +60°C) - glycerine filled White aluminum with black lettering; 2½” size with stop pin
-40°F to +140°F (-40°C to +60°C) - silicone filled
Medium: +212°F (+100°C) maximum

WIKA Datasheet 23X.54 · 03/2005 Page 1 of 2


Pointer Optional extras
Black aluminum, friction adjustable „ 316SS restrictor
„ Accuracy ±1.0% of full scale (2½” size)
Case
„ Stainless steel front or rear flange
304 stainless steel with vent plug and polished stainless
„ Zinc-plated steel or SS u-clamp bracket (field installable)
steel bayonet ring. Suitable for liquid filling. Welded case/
„ Red drag pointer or mark pointer
socket connection
„ Silicone or fluorolube case filling
Window „ Special connections limited to wrench flat area
Laminated safety glass with Buna-N gasket „ Custom dial layout
„ Other pressure scales available
Case fill bar, kPa, MPa, kg/cm² and dual scales
Glycerine 99.7% - Type 233.54

Dimensions

Size
A B C D E G H J M N P R S T W Weight
2.5” mm 70 54 33.5 62 13 55.5 - 3.6 85 75 87 72 12 14 0.36 lb. dry
in 2.75 2.13 1.32 2.44 0.51 2.19 - 0.14 3.35 2.95 3.43 2.83 0.47 1/4” 0.55 0.44 lb. filled
4” mm 110 87 49.5 100 15.5 81 30 4.8 132 116 125 110 15 22 1.10 lb. dry
in 4.30 3.43 1.95 3.94 0.61 3.19 1.18 0.19 5.20 4.57 4.92 4.33 0.59 1/2” 0.87 1.76 lb. filled

Recommended panel cutout is dimension D + 1 mm

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Ordering information
Pressure gauge model / Nominal size / Scale range / Size of connection / Optional extras required
Specifications and dimensions given in this leaflet represent the state of engineering at the time of printing.
Modifications may take place and materials specified may be replaced by others without prior notice.
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4301 Greenbriar Dr
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800-231-7174 / 281-240-1788
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Couplings
Snap-Joint Coupling Max. Work Max. End Allow. Pipe Approx.
Size Pressure * Load * End Sep. * Dimensions Wgt. Each
STYLE 78 Nominal Actual
Size Outside Dia. X Y Z
For Complete Information mm mm kPa N mm mm mm mm kg
Inches Inches psi Lbs. Inches Inches Inches Inches Lbs.
Request Publication 06.09
25 33.4 2065 1825 0 – 1.6 70 83 44 0.4
1 1.315 300 410 0 – 0.06 2.75 3.25 1.75 0.8

SECTION 1: COUPLINGS
32 42.2 2065 2890 0 – 1.6 79 95 48 0.5
1 1/4 1.660 300 650 0 – 0.06 3.13 3.75 1.88 1.1
40 48.3 2065 3780 0 – 1.6 89 114 48 0.8
1 1/2 1.900 300 850 0 – 0.06 3.50 4.50 1.88 1.7
50 60.3 2065 5920 0 – 1.6 102 121 48 0.8
2 2.375 300 1,330 0 – 0.06 4.00 4.75 1.88 1.7
65 73.0 2065 8680 0 – 1.6 121 149 48 1.1
2 1/2 2.875 300 1,950 0 – 0.06 4.75 5.88 1.88 2.5
80 88.9 2065 12840 0 – 1.6 137 159 48 1.3
3 3.500 300 2,885 0 – 0.06 5.38 6.25 1.88 2.8
100 114.3 2065 21225 0 – 3.2 175 197 54 2.5
4 4.500 300 4,770 0 – 0.13 6.88 7.75 2.13 5.5
125 141.3 2065 32440 0 – 3.2 222 241 54 4.4
5 5.563 300 7,290 0 – 0.13 8.75 9.50 2.13 9.8
150 168.3 2065 46060 0 – 3.2 251 270 54 4.9
6 6.625 300 10,350 0 – 0.13 9.88 10.63 2.13 10.7
200 219.1 2065 77875 0 – 3.2 311 330 60 6.9
8 8.625 300 17,500 0 – 0.13 12.25 13.00 2.38 15.3

• Designed for quick * Refer to General Notes on pg. 1-4.


disconnect service IMPORTANT NOTES:
• Mated housings are hinged Refer to Victaulic Pocket Handbook I-100 for special safety precautions when used for concrete pumping.
with an attached locking Sizes shown are nominal DN sizes, except where actual mm sizes are shown.
handle for assembly
Z Y
• Pressure rated up to
2065 kPa/300 psi
• Sizes from
25 – 200 mm/1 – 8"
X

TYPICAL FOR ALL SIZES

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Alfa Laval Vortex Radial Eductor
A uniquely designed, low pressure mud gun to increase fluid movement in mud pits

Agitation of drilling mud pits is required for drilling Features


mud maintenance activities such as removing drilled • Simple robust design, no moving parts
solids, ensuring complete mixing, and maintaining a
homogeneous fluid blend throughout the entire surface • Low maintenance
mud system. To accomplish these functions, agitation • Low cost alternative to mechanical paddle
equipment must be capable of generating upward agitators
velocities in mud pits that are faster than the settling • Compact design
velocity of the solids that are suspended in the drilling
mud. It must also be capable of creating enough • Constructed of highly abrasion and chemical
shearing and stirring action to completely dissolve, wet, resistant urethane
and disperse drilling mud additives. • Energized with centrifugal pump
Most commonly, mud pit agitation has been achieved
using mechanical, paddle agitators. While they are
effective, mechanical agitators are expensive, large, and
heavy. They often require electricity, regular maintenance,
additional support structure, and create dead spots in The helical shape of the eductor suction ports is unique
the mud pits where settling can occur. The alternative to its patented design, and creates a radially flowing
means of agitation are commonly referred to as discharge plume. The rotational energy of this plume
mud guns. A typical mud gun can be as simple as a resembles a tornado or vortex, which is more stable,
concentric nozzle mounted inside of a mud pit, through gains broader coverage, dynamically shears the fluid,
which drilling mud is recirculated using a centrifugal and creates a lower pressure region within the fluid that
pump. They are usually classified as either high pressure “picks-up” and displaces a much greater volume of the
or low pressure and have several advantages over surrounding fluid than a plume from a standard mud
mechanical agitators. Two of the main advantages of gun. The result is much greater fluid displacement and
mud guns are that they are considerably lower cost and movement within a vessel.
have a much smaller footprint.
Basic equipment
The Alfa Laval Vortex Radial Eductor is a unique style of
low pressure mud gun that employs a patented design The Alfa Laval Vortex Radial Eductor consists of a
to achieve up to four times the total fluid movement uniquely designed body molded from high density,
and upward velocity in drilling mud pits than common abrasion resistant polyurethane. A stainless steel female
mud guns or nozzles. It can be used as the primary NPT connection is fused to the polyurethane body during
means of pit agitation, or as a complement to an existing the molding process.
mechanical agitator, to eliminate dead spots which In a typical application, one or several eductors are
commonly occur in the corners of mud pits. mounted on a piping manifold system inside of a pit or
vessel. The number and size of eductors required for a
Working Principle specific application is dependent on the vessel size and
The eductor operates on the Bernoulli Principle. This the necessary agitation rate, sometimes referred to as
principle states that high velocity equals low pressure, turnover rate or TOR.
and vice-versa. It consists of a tapered, nozzle housed
inside of a specially designed body. Fluid is pumped Additional equipment
through the nozzle and the low pressure area generated • Feed pump
inside the eductor body around the high velocity nozzle
discharge draws surrounding fluid in through helical
shaped suction ports. The fluid is then rapidly mixed
inside a venturi section and discharged into the vessel or
pit at a much higher rate than a standard jet nozzle can
attain.

Technical data
Operating pressure range 70 - 208 feet of head (30 - 70 PSI with water)
Maximum pressure rating 150 PSI
Operating temperature rating -20°F to 135°F (-28.8°C to 57°C)
Estimated weight 4 lbs ( 1.8 kg)
Maximum hydraulic feed rate* 215 gpm (48.8 m3/hr)
* Based on most standard model configuration. Differently configured or sized units will have different values.

Alfa Laval Vortex Radial Eductor operating flow rates


Flow rates in gallons per minute
Model Nozzle Flow Type Pressure Differential - PSI
Orifice Size 30 40 50 60 70 80 90
1" 1/2" Required inlet flow 38 45 50 55 59 63 67
Approx. outlet flow 95 135 150 165 177 189 168
1.5" 5/8" Required inlet flow 60 69 78 85 92 98 104
Approx. outlet flow 150 207 234 255 276 294 260
2" 7/8" Required inlet flow 118 136 152 166 180 192 204
Approx. outlet flow 295 408 456 498 540 576 510
Flow rate values indicated are for water.
- Indicates optimal operating range.
Radial Eductor® Installation Guide
For Radial Eductor® models: RE-2-USF-M1, RE-1.5-USF-M1, & RE-1-USF-M1 (Radial eductors with
female NPT inlet connection):
Check the jet nozzle insert to verify that it is in place and properly installed as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1.

Coat the male NPT threads on the existing piping manifold that will thread into the inlet of the Radial
Eductor® with white lithium grease and hand tighten the Radial Eductor® onto the male NPT threads.
CAUTION: Do not over torque the threads for risk of thread stripping.

Torque values based on lubricated threads: 2” Steel – 75 ft/lbs


3” Steel – 80 ft/lbs

All pipe thread connections should be torque wrench tightened using pipe sealant / lubricant during
installation.

- Turns past hand tight guidelines;


- 1/8”-2” turn 2-3 times, stopping in the desired orientation
- Larger than 2” turn 1-2 times, stopping in the desired orientation

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(As shown) RE-2-USF-M1
For Radial Eductor® model: RE-3-USM-M3 (Radial Eductors with 2” male NPT x 3” male NPT adapter
connection.)

Adapter is factory installed onto Radial Eductor. Coat 3” male threads of adapter with white lithium
grease and hand tighten reducer into the female NPT threads on the existing piping manifold or adapter.
CAUTION: Do not over torque the parts. This may cause separation of the stainless steel threads bonded
to the urethane eductor body.

Torque values based on lubricated threads: 2” Steel – 75 ft/lbs


3” Steel – 80 ft/lbs

All pipe thread connections should be torque wrench tightened using pipe sealant / lubricant during
installation.

- Turns past hand tight guidelines;


- 1/8”-2” turn 2-3 times, stopping in the desired orientation
- Larger than 2” turn 1-2 times, stopping in the desired orientation

(As shown) RE-3-USM-M3

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For Radial Eductor® models: RE-2-USM-M1, RE-1.5-USM-M1, & RE-1-USM-M1 (Radial eductors with
male NPT inlet connections):

A full male NPT nipple is factory installed. Coat the exposed end of male NPT threads of the nipple
insert with white lithium grease and hand tighten the Radial Eductor® into the female NPT threads on the
existing piping manifold or adapter. CAUTION: Do not over torque the threads for risk of thread stripping
and separation of the stainless steel female NPT fitting bonded to the urethane eductor body.

Torque values based on lubricated threads: 2” Steel – 75 ft/lbs


3” Steel – 80 ft/lbs

All pipe thread connections should be torque wrench tightened using pipe sealant / lubricant during
installation.

- Turns past hand tight guidelines;


- 1/8”-2” turn 2-3 times, stopping in the desired orientation
- Larger than 2” turn 1-2 times, stopping in the desired orientation

(As shown) RE-2-USM-M1

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General dimensions and locations for radial eductors tank installation.

6" [152.4mm] supply line tank side wall installation located 42" [1066.8mm] from tank floor. See also
drawing RE-GA-001 elevated view "C".

3" [76.2mm] supply line mounted to tank floor using pipe supports equally spaced. Installed 18"
[457.2mm] from tank floor. See also drawing RE-GA-001 elevated view "D".

2" [50.8mm] Radial Eductor (Model VV-RE-3) mounted to 3" [76.2mm] supply line. Installed 12"
[304.8mm] to 24" [609.4mm] away from tank internal wall and 48" [1219.2mm] between each consecutive
Radial Eductor on supply line. See also drawing REGA-001 elevated VIEWS "A&B".

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Data Sheet
PatNo: 5,322,222 Pat No: 5,664,733
Vortex Ventures Inc Radial Eductor

DESCRIPTION: Provides tank agitation and reduces solids settling.


A

NOZZLE
INSERT

C B

INLET VIEW SIDE VIEW OUTLET VIEW

Net Orifice
Coupling Size
Model No. A B C Weight Nozzle
(NPT)
(lbs) Size
RE-1 9.88" 3.63" 1" 1 1" 1/2"
RE-1.5 9.88" 3.63" 1.5 1.5 1-1/2" 5/8"
RE-2 13" 6" 2" 4 2" 7/8"
RE-3 15.4" 6" 3" 4.5 2"x3" Reducer 1"

ENVIRONMENTAL:
TEMPERATURE: -20F TO 160F VISCOSITY: 300cp (MAX)
PRESSURE: 20psi TO 100psi SUITABLE: WATER & OIL BASED FLUIDS
OPER PRESS: 40psi TO 80psi UNSUITABLE: SOLVENTS
(List available upon request)
MATERIALS:
BODY: URETHANE (75 Duro)
NUT: 304
316 Stainless Stl
NOZZLE: URETHANE (75 Duro) CONNECTION: MNPT or FNPT

DRIVER:
MOTIVE FLUID: Any Fluid except compressible gas ELECTRICAL: None
(See environmental data) PNEUMATIC: None
Moving Parts: None
PERFORMANCE:
Pounds Per Inch2 (PSIG)
20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Turn-over Formula
NOZZLE IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT IN OUT
MODEL
INLET SIZE Motive Fluid Flow Rate (GPM) Vt
T=
RE-1 1/2" 27 108 33 132 38 152 43 172 46 184 50 200 54 216 4 (fm)
RE-1.5 5/8" 41 164 51 204 59 236 66 264 72 288 78 312 83 332
T= time (volume turn-over), minutes
RE-2 7/8" 81 324 100 400 116 464 130 520 142 568 153 612 164 656 Vt= tank volume, gallons
fm= motive flow rate, gals/min.
RE-3 1" 107 428 131 524 151 604 169 676 185 740 200 800 214 856

The turn-over mixing time in a tank is dependant upon 1) the liquid content of the tank and 2) the total
delivered flow to the RADIAL EDUCTORS. This can be expressed by formula shown above:

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3433 north Samhouston Prkwy west Suit 406 Houston TX 77086
Document filename: EDS-RE-01 REV.00 Date: 11/05/09
Final Drawing(s)
Alfa Laval Vortex Inc.
Terms and Conditions of Sale

These terms and conditions, the attendant quotation or acknowledgement, and all documents
incorporated by reference therein, bind the company(s) which issues the quotation or acknowledgement
for the provision of services (Services) and/or the sale of goods (Goods) to be provided hereunder by
Seller (Alfa Laval Vortex Inc.), hereinafter Seller, and the Buyer, hereinafter Buyer, and constitute the
entire agreement (Agreement) between Buyer and Seller regarding such sale and/or provision.

1. PRICES: Unless otherwise specified by Seller, Seller’s price for Goods and/or Services shall remain in
effect for thirty (30) days after the date of Seller’s quotation to Buyer or acceptance of Buyer’s order for
Goods/Services, whichever is delivered first, provided an unconditional, complete authorization for the
immediate manufacture and shipment of goods within a ninety (90) day period. Seller shall have the right
to change the price for Goods/Services to Seller’s price in effect for the Goods/Services at the time the
order is released to final manufacture in the event Buyer does not issue such unconditional, complete
authorization for manufacture and shipment. Seller’s stenographical and clerical errors are subject to
correction.

2. DELIVERY AND DOCUMENTATION: All shipping dates are approximate and are based upon Seller’s
prompt receipt of all necessary information from Buyer to properly process the order. Notwithstanding
any provisions to the contrary in this or other documents related to this transaction, and regardless of
how price was quoted, whether EX-WORKS, FOB or otherwise, legal title to the goods and risk of loss
thereto shall transfer to Buyer upon delivery to the freight carrier at the Sellers shipping point. Seller shall
provide Buyer with that data/documentation which is specifically identified in the quotation. If additional
copies of data/documentation or non-standard data/documentation are to be provided by Seller, they
shall be provided to Buyer at Seller’s price then in effect. Packaging costs included in Seller’s quote is
limited to palletizing and shrink wrapping. All other packaging costs are the sole responsibility of the
Buyer. All export costs including but not limited to freight forwarding, air or ground freight, taxes, tariffs, or
any other cost are at the Buyer’s sole expense.

3. EXCUSE OF PERFORMANCE: Seller shall not be liable for delays in performance or for non-
performance due to acts of God, war, riot, fire, labor trouble, unavailability of materials or components,
explosion, accident, compliance with governmental requests, laws, regulations, orders or actions, or
other unforeseen circumstances or causes beyond Seller’s reasonable control.

4. TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION BY BUYER: Buyer may terminate or suspend its order for any or
all of the Goods/Services covered by the Agreement, provided that Buyer gives Seller reasonable
advance written notice of such termination or suspension and reimburses Seller for all losses, damages,
costs and expenses arising from such termination or suspension. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing
to the contrary, Buyer’s minimum reimbursement for termination shall be the following restocking charges
based on the quoted or accepted price of the order: twenty-five percent (25%) upon receipt and
acceptance of Buyer’s order, fifty percent (50%) after thirty (30) days following receipt and acceptance of
Buyer’s order, sixty percent (60%) upon completion of but prior to shipment of Buyer’s order.

5. LIMITED WARRANTY: Subject to the limitations contained in Section 6 and except as otherwise
expressly provided herein, Seller warrants that the Goods manufactured or Services provided by Seller
will be free from defects in materials or workmanship under normal use and care until the expiration of
the applicable warranty period. Seller warrants Goods for twelve (12) months from the date of shipment.
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Consumables and Services are warranted for a period of 90 days from the date of shipment or
completion of the Services. Products purchased by Seller from a third party for resale to Buyer (*Resale
Products) shall carry only the warranty extended by the original manufacturer. Buyer agrees that Seller
has no liability for Resale Products beyond making a reasonable commercial effort to arrange for
procurement and shipping of the Resale Products. If Buyer discovers any warranty defects and notifies
Seller thereof in writing during the applicable warranty period, Seller shall, at Seller’s option, promptly
correct any errors that are found by Seller in the Goods/Services, or repair or replace F.O.B. point of
manufacture that portion of the Goods found by Seller to be defective, or refund the purchase price of the
defective portion of the Goods/Services. All replacements or repairs necessitated by inadequate
maintenance, normal wear and usage, unsuitable power sources, unsuitable environmental conditions,
accident, misuse, improper installation, modification, repair, storage or handling, or any other cause not
the fault of Seller are not covered by this limited warranty, and shall be at the Buyer’s expense. Seller
shall not be obligated to pay any costs or charges incurred by Buyer or any other party except as may be
agreed upon in writing in advance by an authorized Seller representative. All costs of dismantling,
reinstallation and freight and the time and expenses of Seller’s personnel for site travel and diagnosis
under this warranty clause shall be borne by Buyer unless accepted in writing by Seller. Goods repaired
and parts replaced during the warranty period shall be in warranty for the remainder of the original
warranty period or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. This limited warranty is the only warranty made
by Seller and can be amended only in a writing signed by an authorized representative of Seller. Except
as otherwise expressly provided in the Agreement, there are no representations or warranties of any
kind, expressed or implied, as to merchantability or fitness for particular purpose, or any other matter,
with respect to any of the Goods or Services.

6. LIMITATION OF REMEDY AND LIABILITY: Seller shall not be liable for damages caused by delay in
performance. The sole and exclusive remedy for breach of warranty hereunder shall be limited to repair,
correction, replacement or refund of purchase price under the limited warranty clause in section 5. In no
event, regardless of the form of the claim or cause of action (whether based in contract, infringement,
negligence, strict liability, other tort or otherwise), shall Seller's liability to Buyer and/or its customers
exceed the price to Buyer of the specific Goods manufactured or Services provided by Seller giving rise
to the claim or cause of action. Buyer agrees that in no event shall Seller's liability to Buyer and/or its
customers extend to include incidental, consequential or punitive damages. The term “consequential
damages” shall include, but not be limited to loss of anticipated profits, loss of use, loss of revenue, loss
of production or reservoir and cost of capital.

7. PATENTS: Subject to the limitations contained in Section 6, Seller shall defend any suits brought
against Buyer based on a claim that use of the Goods manufactured by Seller constitutes an infringement
of a valid patent of the United States, and shall pay any damages awarded therein against Buyer,
provided that Buyer promptly notifies Seller in writing of the filing of such suit or the threat thereof;
permits Seller to control completely the defense or compromise of such claim of infringement; and
provides all reasonable assistance and cooperation requested by Seller for the defense of such suit. In
the event that only the Goods manufactured by Seller are held to be infringing in such suit and their use
is enjoined, Seller shall, at its sole option and expense, provide a commercially reasonable alternative,
including, but not limited to, procuring for Buyer the right to continue using the Goods, replacing them
with a non-infringing product or modifying them so they become non-infringing. Buyer agrees that Seller
shall not be liable for infringement, and that Buyer shall fully identify Seller thereof, if infringement is
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based upon the use of Goods in connection with goods not manufactured by Seller or in a manner for
which the Goods were not designed by the Seller or if the Goods were not designed by the Seller or if the
Goods were designed by the Buyer or were modified by or for the Buyer in a manner to cause them to
become infringing. Buyer agrees to honor all of Seller’s patents, to only buy products covered by the
patents from the Seller, and not to assist any other party in any work to damage or conflict the legitimacy
of the patents.

8. INSTALLATION: Buyer shall be responsible for receiving, storing, installing, starting up and
maintaining all Goods. Seller shall provide a quotation for Services to assist Buyer in these functions if
requested.

9. TAXES: Any tax or governmental charge payable by the Seller because of the manufacture, sale or
delivery of the Goods, or provision of Services, may at Seller's option be added to the price herein
specified. The foregoing shall not apply to taxes based upon Seller's net income.

10. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Subject to the approval of Seller's Credit Department, terms for shipments
within the U.S. are Ex-works, net 30 days from date of Seller's invoice in U.S. currency, except for
applicable milestone payments covered below. Terms for export shipments are Ex-works, which Seller
requires payment in full before shipping, in U.S. currency. If any payment owed to Seller hereunder is not
paid when due, it shall bear interest at a rate to be determined by Seller, which shall not exceed the
maximum rate permitted by law, from the date on which it is due until it is received. Seller shall have the
right, among other remedies, either to terminate the Agreement or to suspend further deliveries under
this and/or other agreements with Buyer in the event Buyer fails to make any payment hereunder when
due. Buyer shall be liable for all expenses attendant to collection of past due amounts, including
attorneys' fees. Unless otherwise provided in Seller's written quotation, Buyer shall make periodic
milestone payments when the purchase price of this Agreement exceeds $100,000. In such cases,
invoices shall be issued by Seller and paid by Buyer based on the following milestones: Milestone 1: 30%
of price upon acceptance of order by Seller. Milestone 2: 30% of price upon release of approved
drawings by Seller. Milestone 3: 40% of price upon shipment of Goods by Seller. Seller reserves the
right to designate additional Milestones where the Agreement provides for Services in excess of $50,000.

11. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES - ENGINEERING SERVICES AND PROPRIETARY DRAWINGS:


The Engineering Services and Proprietary Drawings required to fabricate the goods and services quoted
shall remain the property of the Seller. Any information, documents, data and computer programs
developed during the course of the scope of the project shall remain the property of the Seller. The
Engineering Services and Proprietary Drawings apply to the goods and services quoted and cannot be
utilized for goods and services not specified within the scope of the designated Purchase Order. Buyer
may negotiate with Seller a separate license to use the stated Engineering Services and Proprietary
Drawings on additional projects. Upon acceptance of these terms and conditions by Buyer, and delivery
of the Goods specified in the accompanying purchase order, Seller hereby grants to Buyer a limited
license for use of the patented and proprietary technology used to produce such Goods. Buyer agrees
not to replicate, reproduce or copy any component, part or finished Good, or assist or aide any party that
Buyer may reasonably expect might replicate, reproduce or copy any such Good or component thereof.

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12. BUYER SUPPLIED DATA: To the extent that Seller has relied upon any specifications, information,
representation of operating conditions or other data or information supplied by Buyer to Seller in the
selection or design of the Goods and/or provision of the Services and the preparation of Seller's
quotation, and in the event that actual operating conditions or other conditions differ from those
represented by Buyer and relied upon by Seller, any warranties or other provisions contained herein
which are affected by such conditions shall be null and void, unless otherwise mutually agreed upon in
writing.

13. GENERAL PROVISIONS: Buyer shall not assign its rights or obligations under the Agreement
without Seller's prior written consent. There are no understandings, agreements or representations,
express or implied, not specified in this Agreement. No action, regardless of form, arising out of
transactions under this Agreement, may be brought by ether party more than two (2) years after the
cause of action has accrued. Any modification of these terms and conditions must be set forth in a
written instrument signed by a duly authorized representative of Seller. This Agreement is formed and
shall be construed, performed and enforced under the laws of the State of Texas. If any provision of this
Agreement is invalid under any statute or rule of law, such provision, to that extent only, shall be deemed
to be omitted without affecting the validity of the remainder of the Agreement.

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