• isolation

Butterfly Valves

A Butterfly valve is a quarter-turn rotation valve, that is used to regulate flow in a piping system. Butterfly valves are fast and easy to open and a 90° rotation of the disk provides a complete isolation or fully open position of the valve. Butterfly valves main advantages is the weight and space saving over gate, globe, plug, and ball valves. The maintenance costs is reduced because there are a minimal number of moving parts. Typical Butterfly valves applications are for the control or isolation of large flows of liquids or gases at relatively low pressures and for the handling of slurries or liquids with large amounts of suspended solids.

  • Centre Line Pattern
  • Double Eccentric Pattern
  • Three Eccentric Pattern
  • Resilient Seated Valves


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