Products > Natural Gas Industry >> Safety Shut Off Valve
SERIES SH4 safety shut off valve shuts off the gas flow when, the pressure it is monitoring rises and reaches the set point of the slam shut valve. Due to any failure in the pressure regulating system, the slam off device has to be re-set manually.
These valves are for use in variety of applications:
These valves can be provided with under pressure shut-off feature also.
Tight Shut Off Capability :Special trim design eliminates wear and erosion of seating, providing excellent tight shut off capability over long working life.
Easy to Maintain :Easy replacement of internal parts without dismantling the main valve body from line.
Manual re-setting : Manual re-setting with the lever mechanism.
Built in Pressure Equalisation : On slight turning the reset lever, a small opening in valve equalizes inlet and outlet pressure. No separate by-pass.
Local position indication : Open/ Close position indicator dial indicates slam shut device position.
Remote Signal devices option :Slam shut off can be provided with remote signal devices (like contact switches or proximity switches).
PED 2014/68/EU compliance (CE marking) : SH4 valves have PED 2014/68/EU compliance certification and also conform to EN 14382 requirements.
- Body Size & Connections Flanged : 1", 2", 3", 4" & 6" ANSI B16.5 Class 150#, 300# & 600# (Higher sizes & ratings on request)
- Accuracy Class AC : upto 1.0 (according to EN 14382)
- Response Time : Less than 1sec
- Allowable Line Pressure :
- 20 Barg for ANSI B16.5 150#
- 50 Barg for ANSI B16.5 300#
- 100 Barg for ANSI B16.5 600#
- Maximum Flow Capacities : Can be derived referring the capacity calculation.
- Temperature Capabilities : -20°C to 60°C (extended temperature ranges available on request)
- Pressure Setting Adjustment : May be adjusted throughout a spring range by turning the adjusting screw of pilot
- Pressure Registration : External from downstream control line.
|Internal Trim Parts|
|Disc & Diaphragm||Nitrile (Standard), Neoprene, EPDM, Silicone, PTFE, Fluoropolymer|