A low-priced plunger valves have a size 1/2" bore and a nominal pressure of 1.6 MPa. This carbon steel plunger valve offers excellent performance and reliability to meet your fluid control needs.
Plunger valves are commonly used in a variety of industrial applications where reliable and precise control of fluid flow is required. Some typical applications include chemical processing, oil and gas production, power generation, and water treatment.
Tips: How does a flanged plunger valve work?
When the handwheel rotates, the plunger is driven by the valve stem in the middle of the hole frame up and down reciprocating movement to complete the valve opening and closing function. In the valve between the plunger and sealing ring using an interference fit, by adjusting the flange bolts in the gland, so that the lateral force generated by the compression of the sealing ring and the valve body in the hole surface and the plunger outer circle seal, so as to ensure the sealing of the valve, to eliminate internal leakage, while the plunger valve opening torque is small, can achieve rapid opening and closing of the valve.