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    4" Plunger Valve, DN100

    The 4" plunger valve valve is designed for easy maintenance and has a compact construction, which allows for easy integration into existing systems and automated processes. This plunger valve is durable and provides consistent performance even in harsh environments.
    SKU: ATO-PV-DN100
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    This manual plunger valve has a high quality body, which is corrosion resistant and has a nominal diameter of DN100 and a nominal pressure of 1.6 MPa. The reliable plunger valve is widely used in water and waste water treatment, chemical processing and mining.


    • Model: ATO-PV-DN100
    • Nominal Pressure: 1.6MPa
    • Material: Carbon Steel
    • Connection Method: Flange connection
    • Medium: Water, steam, oil
    • Applicable Temperature: ≤425℃
    • Weight: 55kg


    • When switching on and off the plunger valve, the plunger moves slowly in the sealing ring and the contact surface is hardly worn.
    • The sealing ring adopts new non-toxic sealing material with strong elasticity and high wear resistance, which is reliable and durable.
    • In the valve between the plunger and the sealing ring using interference fit, thus ensuring the sealing of the valve and eliminating internal and external leakage.
    • When closed, the plunger is inserted into the lower sealing ring to cut off the flow channel.
    • When opened, the plunger is detached from the lower seal ring but remains hidden in the upper seal ring, keeping it isolated from the outside world and preventing leakage.

    Dimension (Unit mm)

    Plunger valve dimension

    Nominal Diameter L D D1 D2 b Z-φd H
    DN80 310 195 160 135 20 8-φ18 300


    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. 

    Plunger valve application

    Tips: How to install and maintain a plunger valve?

    Installing and maintaining a plunger valve involves several steps. Here are the general steps that you can follow:

    • Before you begin the installation process, ensure that you have all the necessary tools and equipment. This typically includes a wrench, pliers, thread seal tape, and a replacement plunger valve if needed.
    • Turn off the flow of fluid to the valve you are installing or maintaining. This can usually be done by closing a valve upstream of the plunger valve.
    • Remove the valve cover and inspect the valve for any damage or wear. If there are any issues, you may need to replace the valve entirely.
    • If you are installing a new plunger valve, clean the threads on the valve and the pipe that the valve will be installed on using a wire brush or other suitable tool.
    • Apply thread seal tape to the valve threads and tighten the valve onto the pipe using a wrench. Be careful not to overtighten the valve, as this can damage the valve or the pipe.
    • Replace the valve cover and turn the fluid flow back on. Check for any leaks around the valve and tighten any connections if needed.
    • To maintain the plunger valve, regularly inspect it for any signs of damage or wear. Lubricate the valve as needed with a suitable lubricant, following the manufacturer's recommendations.
    • If the valve is not functioning properly, it may need to be disassembled and cleaned or repaired. Consult the manufacturer's instructions for guidance on how to do this.

    Overall, proper installation and maintenance of a plunger valve can help ensure reliable and efficient operation for years to come.

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