A resilient seated wedge gate valved has a 6" (DN 150) nominal pressure of 1.6 MPa. The wedge type gate valve has a corrosion resistant body and a resilient wedge made of a resilient material to handle a variety of fluids including water, oil and gas.
- Model: ATO-WGV-150
- Nominal Diameter: 6" (DN150)
- Nominal Pressure: 1.6 MPa
- Control Mode: Manual control
- Manual Operation: Switching handle (turbine)
- Connection: Flange
- Operating Range: 0-90°
- Material of Valve Body: Cast iron
- Material of Valve Plate: Cast iron
- Seat Seal: PTFE
- Media: Water, liquid, gas, oil, powder, steam, etc.
- Weight: 134kg
- 6" wedge gate valve features a gate with a wedge shape that allows for a tight seal when the valve is closed.
- DN 150 wedge gate valve has a full bore design, which means that the inside diameter of the valve is the same as the pipe it is connected to. This helps to minimize pressure drop and turbulence.
- The flexible gate valve is designed to allow for bi-directional flow, which means that fluid can flow through the valve in either direction.
- Wedge gate valves are capable of withstanding high pressures, making them ideal for use in applications where high pressures are present.
- When the valve is fully closed, the wedge gate provides a tight seal that prevents fluid from leaking through the valve.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
Wedge gate valves are commonly used in various industrial applications, such as oil and gas, chemical, and petrochemical industries. These valves are designed to control the flow of fluid or gas by using a wedge-shaped gate that moves up and down to open or close the valve.
Tips: How to install a wedge gate valve?
The installation process for a wedge gate valve may vary slightly depending on the specific valve and the application, but here are some general steps to follow:
- Prepare the piping system: Make sure the pipes are clean and free of debris or other obstructions that could interfere with the valve's operation.
- Position the valve: Determine where the valve should be placed in the piping system. The valve should be installed in a location that allows for easy access and maintenance.
- Install the flanges: Place the flanges on either side of the valve body and bolt them together. Make sure the flanges are aligned properly and tightened to the recommended torque specifications.
- Connect the pipes: Attach the pipes to the valve's flanges. Use appropriate gaskets to ensure a tight seal.
- Tighten all connections: Make sure all connections are tightened securely, but be careful not to over-tighten and damage the valve or pipes.
- Test the valve: Before putting the system into service, test the valve to make sure it is functioning properly. Open and close the valve several times to ensure it moves freely and doesn't leak.
- Put the system into service: Once you're confident the valve is working correctly, put the piping system into service.
It's important to refer to the manufacturer's instructions for your specific valve, as they may have additional or different steps to follow. If you're unsure about any part of the installation process, it's always a good idea to consult with a qualified valve installer or technician.