The 6-inch plug valve is a versatile valve that can be used in a variety of applications. ATO plug valve actuator is manufactured using high quality materials and precision engineering to ensure long life and optimum performance.
- Model: ATO-PV-D150
- Nominal Diameter: DN150 (6 inch)
- Connection Type: Flange
- Way: 2 Way, 3 way
- Material: Carbon Steel
- Flowing Mode: Single-phase
- Pressure Environment: Atmospheric pressure
- Working Temperature: High temperature
- 6 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.
- DN150 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: What is the difference between a plug valve and a ball valve?
Both plug valves and ball valves are types of quarter-turn valves used to control the flow of fluid in pipelines. The main difference between the two valves lies in the shape of the closure element.
A plug valve has a tapered or cylindrical plug that rotates inside the valve body to open or close the flow path. The plug can be made of various materials, such as metal, rubber, or plastic, and can have different port configurations, such as a straight, full, or reduced port. Plug valves are
typically used in applications that require frequent on/off operations, as they can provide tight shut-off and are relatively easy to maintain.
On the other hand, a ball valve has a spherical ball with a hole in the center that rotates inside the valve body to control the flow of fluid. The ball can be made of various materials, such as metal, plastic, or ceramic, and can have different port configurations, such as a full or reduced port. Ball valves are typically used in applications that require high flow rates and low pressure drops, as they can provide low torque operation and bubble-tight
In summary, while both plug valves and ball valves are used to control the flow of fluid in pipelines, plug valves are best suited for applications that require frequent on/off operations, while ball valves are best suited for applications that require high flow rates and low pressure drops.