Low cost plug valve size 2 1/2" (DN65), easy to maintain design for long service life. ATO flanged plug valves are made of high quality materials to withstand the harshest conditions and ensure reliable performance even in the most challenging environments.
- Model: ATO-PV-D65
- Nominal Diameter: DN65 (2 1/2 inch)
- Connection Type: Flange
- Way: 2 Way, 3 way
- Material: Carbon Steel
- Flowing Mode: Single-phase
- Pressure Environment: Atmospheric pressure
- Working Temperature: High temperature
- 2 1/2 inch plug valves have a simple design and are easy to operate, which makes them suitable for a variety of applications.
- 2 Way/3 way plug valves typically require low torque to operate, making them easy to turn even with manual operation.
- DN65 plug valves are highly durable and can withstand harsh operating conditions, including high pressure and high temperature environments.
- Plug valves are suitable for use in a wide range of applications, including oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceutical, and food and beverage industries.
- Plug valves have good throttling performance, which makes them useful in controlling the flow rate of fluids.
- Plug valves are low maintenance, requiring minimal repair or replacement even after prolonged use.
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The plug valve is commonly used in various industries, including oil and gas, petrochemical, chemical, power generation, and water treatment. It is often used in applications that involve high pressure, high temperature, and abrasive or corrosive fluids. Some specific examples of plug valve applications include pipeline isolation, flow control, throttling, and emergency shut-off. Additionally, plug valves can be used in various types of equipment, such as pumps, compressors, and tanks, to regulate fluid flow.
Tips: How does a plug valve work?
A plug valve is a type of quarter-turn valve that uses a cylindrical or tapered plug with one or more passages to control the flow of fluids through the valve. The plug is rotated 90 degrees within the valve body to either block or allow fluid flow through the valve.
When the plug is in the open position, fluid flows through the passages in the plug and through the valve body. When the plug is rotated 90 degrees to the closed position, the passages in the plug are no longer aligned with the flow path, and fluid flow is blocked.
Plug valves are commonly used in applications where a fast-acting shut-off valve is needed, such as in oil and gas pipelines or chemical processing plants. They are also used in applications where a high flow rate and low pressure drop are required.
Plug valves can be operated manually or with an actuator, which can be electric, hydraulic, or pneumatic. Electric actuators use an electric motor to rotate the plug, while hydraulic and pneumatic actuators use fluid pressure to operate the valve.