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Curtiss-Wright Valves Division 941 - GLOBE VALVE

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A globe valve can stop, start and regulate flow in a pipeline. The valve is shaped like a sphere and includes a stem that moves up and down, a disc, and a seat. It works by the disc lowering or raising through the valve stem. When the disc lowers, the flow pattern shuts off; if the disc increases to maximum, the flow runs at maximum too. If the disc raises to less than maximum, the flow regulates in proportion to the vertical disc position. The flow inside a globe valve changes in direction, causing greater resistance and high pressure to drop
  • Easy maintenance and repair

  • Good shutoff capability

  • Shorter stem travel

  • Available in a variety of patterns

  • Good throttling capability

Curtiss-Wright Valves Division 941 - GLOBE VALVE Specifications:

  • Maximum Temperature (C)

    400
  • Minimum Temperature (C)

    -260
  • Construction

    Globe and control valve for cryogenic service with encapsulated superlong bellows and emergency gland, long isolation distance
  • DN from

    15
  • DN to

    150
  • Pressure Nominal from (bar)

    10
  • Pressure Nominal to (bar)

    40
  • Class from

    150
  • Class to

    300
  • NPS from

    0.5
  • NPS to
    6
  • Actuator Type
    Handwheel, Chainwheel, Gear operator, Pneumatic piston actuator, Pneumatic diaphragm actuator, Electric actuator
  • Connection Type
    Flanged ends Butt welding endss Socket welding endss Threaded endss other connections as required
  • Body Style
    Supplied as Straight pattern body, Y-pattern body or Angle pattern body
  • Body Material
    Stainless steel Aluminum body
  • Media (working fluid)
    For cryogenic use e.g. oxygen, nitrogen and similar liquids, gases and vapours and extreme low service temperatures, for cold box installation
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