- Full Bore body, avoids clogging and ensures smooth flow when handling slurries and solid.
- Available fire-tested to API-607 Rev. 5
- Design in compliance with ASME B16.34 / BS5351.
- Available in two seat design (integral seat and cavity) or (separate seat and cavity)
- Material compliance with NACE specification.
- Blowout proof stem.
- Low emission packing.
- Low torque design
- Standard High torque capable stem design and MOC (Duplex steel)
Stem Design Features:
- Full guided stem, with gland bearing
- Three layer of advance stem sealing.
- Extended stem available
- Antistatic- Design
Actuator mounting flange:
- Type: Two Piece Flanged End
- Port: Full Bore
- Size: - 15 mm to 200mm NB
- Pressure Rating: -
ASME #150 PN 20
ASME #300 PN 50
ASME #600 PN 100
- Temperature Range: - 35 Deg C to 280 Deg C (Soft Seated)
- Body Materials: - Stainless Steel / Carbon Steel / Alloys
- Design Standard: - API 6D rev 23; ISO 17292 rev 2004
- End Flanges: - ASME B16.5 2013
- Face to Face Dimension: - ASME B16.10 Rev 2009
- Fire safe design: API-607 Rev 2010
- Testing: API 598 Rev 2009
- Sour Service: NACE MOR 0175 Rev 2009
- Documents: BS/EN 10204-3.1 REV 2004
The Sankey Cavity filler ball valve can handle a vast variety of fluids, semisolid and almost any viscous media in paint pulp, paper processing, FDA, Paint and process industries. Our zero cavity valves have a unique design in which a PTFE / MPTFE / CFT / Metal Cavity Filler are used to fill the void in the valve cavity between the body, ball and seat. These cavities reduce the chances of residual particle contaminating multiple use line.
They are also used in slurry service and process that could solidify if left in closed valve body. These valves are only available in Full Bore construction. These rugged, versatile and high performance ball valves can meet NACE specification.
Areas of application: Chemical / Pharmaceutical / Food /Pharmaceutical / Petrochemical / Energy / Plastics / Oil and Gas / Cement and lubrication
Cavity free design
The usual cavity between ball and housing in non- cavity free ball valves give cause for disturbance because residual products can crystallize, polymerize and so affect the function.
› Clean, non- false product
› No sediments of expensive products in the ball valve housing