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Where FLITE-FLO\A/ valves Why FLITE-FLoW vatve

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are needed advantages are essential
I W.h"t" large volumes are to be handled at high pres- I frr' a wordo economics has dictated the need for
sure and/or higir temperature. Flite-Flow size range Flite-Flow advantages. What used to be merell- desir-
capable of handling u'ater volumes up to 3 million able is now essential. In the po\rer industry advances in

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lbs,/[1, steam flows up to 2 million lbs/hr at acceptable unit size have emphasized the need for improved reli-
velocities and pressure drops. ability, lower piping cost per unit volume of fluid and
less down time for repair procedures.
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est-pressure job I have ever done. Is there a suitable
valve available?" lmproved Reliability In the larger units
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equipment must unquestionably perform the function
I Y/here the economics of piping design and plant for which it has been installed. In valves, shut-off means
availability dictate the most dependable valve of mini'
mum size consistent with accepted fluid velocities. drop-tight. It means drop-tight on high hydrostatic
test, and drop-tight five or ten years later after hundreds
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Present Sizes-lO in. through 18 in. of closures. It means drop-tight in actual service-not
(Larger or smaller sizes: information on request) just on factory test. It means drop-tiglrt without clos-
Present Pressure Classes-]500 lb and 2500 lb ing another valve in the line ahead of the one in ques-
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(Higher pressure classes: information on request) tion. This is the kind of absolute shut-off you can corlnt
on with Edward Flite-Flow.
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advantages which only Lower Piping Gost fn its simplest form,


piping cost is contained in the relationship between size,
FLITE-FLOW Yalves ofler pressure drop and velocity. Before the advent of the
I Drop-tight shut off throughout service life. high pressure-temperature units (1050 F-2500 psi),
only a globe valve can give piping designers could work with standard schedule
-which pipes in feedline and steam service. In sizing lines the
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designers would go to the next larger size pipe wl.ren
to gate valve pressure drop
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lower than the previous best globe design they found that velocities got a little higher than what
-70% was considered acceptable. Admittedly, the use of a
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! Resistance to thermal differentials


larger size schedule pipe would increase the piping
real design and metallurgical achievement
-a costs, but it was felt that the reduction of velocities or
I Repairability of seating surfaces the saving in pressure loss would offset these slightly
valve is in the line higher costs.
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I Piping versatility Now, however, with the need for hollow bored pipe
any piping plan to meet the pressure-temperature conditions, designers
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! Improved operating mechanisms must think twice before using larger pipe sizes to get Y/
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Studies show, for example, that cost of pipe increases Outage Gosts To list all outage costs for a base

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approximately 15 times for pipe of 10 in. I.D. when load unit would require more space than is available here.
the wall thickness is increased from 1.312 to 2.500 in. But let's consider one factor as representative of total
Hence the economic necessity for minimum pipe sizing, costs. To replace a base load unit with generating capac-
valves of lower pressure drop and a trend toward higher ity of older design and lower efficiency means increased
velocities. Flite-Flow valves answer this need. fuel costs. Chart below shows increased fuel cost for

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varying Btu differentials. Note that to replace a 200,000
I(W unit with equipment of 2000 Btu higher fuel con-
TYPICAL PIPE COSTS
sumption per I(W represents outage cost of $3,000 per
12,
Schedule l60
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outages resulting from inability to isolate equipment due
OD = 12.75O" to a leaky valve or extended shut down for valve repair
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N. J. Phofo token during piping erection. Right, Flite-Flow sfop volve in- B.T
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How FLITE-FLOW Yalves meet
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I Exclusive integral seat construction with hard fac' I You can now have globe valve reliability without
ing (Stellite) applied directly to valve body eliminates compromising on the ideal pipe size. Pressure loss in
used seat weld, provides positive support for Flite-Flow r.alves is comparable to that of gate valves'

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seat face, minimizes possibility of seat damage due to Flite-Flow valves have pressure loss 70/o less than best
weld stresses and resulting distortion. previous streamlined globe valves. Expressed another
*uy, pr"...rre drop in Flite-Flow valves is only40 to 50
Tapered disk fits tapered seat much the same as a
cork seats in a bottle neck . adjusting itself to minor pipe diameters.
irregularities. Narrow tapered cone seat faces less likely Notice streamlined flow passages and absence of tur'
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to trap foreign matter with resulting damage to surfaces'
Ir. tightness of wedge type seating on flat sur- as flow upprou"h". the seat of the Flite'Flow valve, the
"ontru.t, fluid is ,qo""red just a bit. This actually produces a
faces is ilestroyed by slightest unevenness of mating seat
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surfaces.
the op"ning through which the disk travels' The outlet
side is shaped to divert the fluid and move it on its way
without setting uP an area of high turbulence'

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Slreomlined flow Possoges ond ob- View lhrough bodY bore shows
sence of covilies behind disk mini- stroighl-lhrough conslruclion. Even
mize lurbulence, cul Pressure droP. cenler guide rib is slreomlined'
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differentials in line
I Simplicity of design eliminates thermal differential ! Costs of shut-downs shoot up astronomically with in-
problems. The fewer separate pieces in the critical area creased station size. fdeal valves for new stations must

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of a valve, the less thermal differential affects it. Edward make possible quick repairs without removal from the
Flite-Flow valves use no flanges, no multiple piece seats line.
and no fancy multiple piece guiding devices. Here is a real advantage of the Edward Flite-Flow
Flite-Flow valves have Edward patented Pressure-Seal design. When yolr remove the bonnet, the entire seat is
bonnet construction, integral seats and disk guiding completely visible. There are no divergent seat ansles.

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areas rvbich are simply the surface of the body-bonnet Enlirc sealing cirr,urnference is r isilrje arrd arailablJfor
bore itself. any type of inspection. Seat is in a single plane facing
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made and no special tools are needed. Minor damaee
can be corrected by ordinary Japping equipment. Major
damage can be repaired by portable boring tools. Even
a t'ompletely destroyed seat can he r"1,laced l,y a new
bead of hard-facing material, lvelded ancl machined
without taking the valve out of the line.

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Circles obove highlight FIite-Flow integrol seot ond pressure_seol bonnel


qreos: two key exomples of how obsence of removoble
seots ond other
frills prevents ccmmon fhermol difierentiol problems.
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in lhis occeleroted high lemperolure furnoce fesl of Flite_Flow check volve.
The lest reveoled o moximum body creep of only.0'10,, in l0',. The volve Entire Flite-Flow seoting circumference is visible qnd ovoilqble for in-
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closed drop tight throughout the test. Nor wos fhere ony leokoge ol lhe spection. Seot is in o single plone focing you os you look into lhe volve.
bonnel ioint. In-line repoirs con be mode ond no speciol lools ore needed,

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Revolutionary new Impactogear* air operation
is available on all FLITE-FLOVV valves
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pinion drive operated by a portable or fixed air or elec-
tric wrench, plus the improved Impactor handwheel for
tight shutoff.

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I Low cost.
F* plant service air or electric pow-
ffiH..ttsting
f n" supplementary costs for rviring or electrical
equipment.

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rgheels. lsss -space than any other powered operator.
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2y'2 tnin:utes.
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closu:'e Reclistril.rution of rveight and addition of
l.rall l.rearirrgs for accclerated impact rrrakes the new
lrnlrerctor 50{)b nore effectivc than previous Im-

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pactor.
It On. polrer source (pneumatic or electric
wrench) used for operation of any number of valves.
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New Inpoctogeor enobles o mon wilh o portoble qir wrench lo operole
eYenthe lorgest Flite-Flow volve ogoinst line pressure.
I S.f.--tro exposed gearing.
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portable wrench can operate valves under pressure
through length of stem travel.
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bination radial and angular thrust bearings give
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lifetime service under all oueratino conrlitions.


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This view, with geqr guord removed, shows rugged geor ossembly; olso
improved weight dislribution of new lmpoclor hondwheel. Arrow A points
lo one of lwo hondwheel lugs which deliver hqmmer blows to stem cross-
orms, one of which is indicoted by Arrow B.
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lmproved lmpocior hondwheel feotures: A. weight concenfroled neqr OTHER OPERATORS AVAII.ABLE, TOO.
ouier perimeter for greofer impocting efficiency; B. boll beorings for greoter
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impocting occelerotion; C, exclusive Evolthrust yoke bushing conslruclion Oiher pneumolic or eleclric molor operolors, ond choice of locol ond re.
feotures rodiql qnd qngutor thrusl beorings for moximum closing efficiency. mote conlrols. olso ovoiloble

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I Yoke ond Yoke Lock (A) DISK-PISTON. Light weighl, of hour-
I Bonnel Retoiner. lifl ond low
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pressure oroP.
Gaskel Retoiner. (B) EAUALIZER. A by-poss line connects
lhe relofively high pressure zone obove lhe
Spocer disk with the lower pressure oreo in lhe volve
I Bonnef oullet; pressure differentiol pulls lhe disk up.

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I ossures full disk lift. Helps reduce pressure
Barkseol.
rI Yoke Bushing.
drop ond disk vibrolion.
(C) COVER. Edword Pressure-Seol design
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Pocking.
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I l-no.tor Handwheel. Heovy weight construction turning Yoke Bushing. EVqlfhrust yoke bushing of cenlrificolly
on boll beorings permils one mon fo develop 6000 ft-lbs of cosf high slrength oluminum bronze ond guided ond sup-
loro ue. porfed by fwo roller fhrusl beorings. Torque opplied by

! tvoltlrrrst Beorings. Combined rodiql qnd lhrust beqr-


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Stern. EVolloy slem of high slrenglh stoinless sfeel wilh
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ings lronsmif heovy opening ond closing loods through o Edword Acme slem threods. Non-rofoting conslruclion gives
cenlrolized slem.
minimum friction of inlernol moving ports.

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rololion ond seryes qs indicotor for opened qnd closed posi-
I Pocking. Edword EVolpok high lemperoture pocking of
Inconel wire inserfed, broided osbeslos conslruclion, grophife
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tion of volve. lubricoted. Treoted to prevenl slem corrosion.

! ClonA. Cosi Sfeel glond is tightened by codmium


swing bolts in order lo compress pocking.
ploted I Pressure Seol Gdskef. Forged Armco lron gosket of 90
Brinell moximum. Elecfroploted lo provide soft corrosion
resislont cooting. 25 degrees loper ongle gives moximum
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vot. ond Yoke lock Ring. Cost steel yoke is centrolized seoling width ond high conlocl pressure on body ond bon-
fl net. Sloinless inloy on body insures eosy removobilily of
on volve body ond locked ogoinst if by topered surfoces of

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yoke lock ring. Yoke ring moy be loosened ond yoke posi-
fioned in ony rodiol posilion lo focilitofe porliculor instollolion.

aonn., Refoiner. Cost steel codmium ploted ring loosely


r goskef, even offer yeors of use.
Guide Ribs. Four infegrolly formed sfoinless {oced guide
ribs ol 90 degrees fo eoch other to provide conlinuous guid-
ing of volve disk from closed to open position. Guiding sur-
threoded lo lhe bonnef so lhol it con be positioned in ony foces mochined with seol ond bonnel olignmenl seclions.
desired point. Compressive sloinless steel cop screws octing
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ogoinsl o hordened wosher supply the upword lhrust lo com- Disk N!.!r. Sloinless steel threoded into volve disk ond lock
press the pressure seql gqskel, welded. Corefully chosen dimensions to provide minimum
end ploy of disk on sfem,
! Gosker Retoiner. Split ring of high strengfh EVolloy for I Disk, Forged olloy steel with Stellite focing on seoting
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resisting fhe upword fhrusl of lhe bonnel lood. Avoids use surfoce. Fils volve body guiding surfoces closely to insure
of lorge diomeler threoded ring. Permils eosy disossembly proper enlry inlo volve seql.

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by dropping the bonnel into the body,

Spocer.Ring. Continuous steel ring to provide beoring


I Sedl. Integrol Slellite focing opplied directly to the volve
body, No chonce for temperolure differences befween seol
surfoce for pressure seol goskel. ond body thol could couse dislorfion. 45 degree topered
ioinl ollows lhe disk lo be forced down inlo lhe seol lo pro-
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aonner. Forged olloy steel bonnet contoining two guiding vide mqximum tightness.
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surfocesfor volve sfem. Provides perfect seqting surfoce for
pressure seol goskef. Centrolized by body bore diomeler
which is mochined with the volve guide ribs ond vqlve seqt,
I Body, O{ o weldoble grode of corbon or low olloy steel.
Furnoce slress relieved qfler the opplicotion of stellile seot,
slqinless guiding surfoces ond ofher fobricotion. All finol
mochining done in one setling ofler stress relieving. Infernol
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I lo"tseot. Stoinless steel weld inloy to provide pressure- flow possoges developed by loborotory experiment for mini-
tighl ioinl between stem shoulder ond bonnet. mum pressure drop.

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Sizes (lnches)l l0 12l 14 I 16l 18

A-End to End 1 36%1 43 | 41 | 54 | 63

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Service Temp. Deg. F r00 200 300 400 s00 600 700 800 8s0 90c r 000 I 023 r032

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Sizes (lnches) l0 t2 l4 16 l8

A-End to End 36Ya 43 41 54 63

E-Center to Top 26 3l 3l 33 33
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Sizes (lnches t0 12 14 t6 l8
A-End to End 36 41 50 471/z 58
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Weight lbs. 227 5 3t 20 5050 49 50 82s0 for stondord welding
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Material Specifications
Ghemical Analysis-Per Gent Minimum Physical Gharacteristics
Grade WCB-Cast Carbon Steel-ASTM A2l6-537 Edward Designation: MS 102
Carbon. ..%..
a/o.... 0.20to0.30 TensileStrength,psi... 70,OOO
Manganese ....0.90max. YieldPoint,psi ... 36,000
Phosphorus %.... ....0.05max. Elongation in 2 in.

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22o/o
Suffur. ...o/o. .0.06max. Reduction in Area 35%
Silicon. ..a/o.. 0.60max. Brinell Hardness ... ..l35min.
Grade WC6-Cast Chromium-Molybdenum Steel-ASTM A2l7-55T Edward Desisnarion: Ms 22G
Carbon. ..Vo,. 0.20max. TensileStrength,psi ... 70,000
Manganese o/o.... ....0.50toO.80 YieldPoint,psi ...

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40,000
Phosphorus %.... ....0.O5max. Elongationin2in. 20%
Sulfur. ...%. .O.O6max. ReductioninArea 35%
Sificon . ..Vo.. .....0.60max. Brinell Hardness ... ...l4Omrn.
Chromium Vo.... ....1.00to1.50
Molybdenum ....% ..0.45to.0.65
Grade WC9-Cast Chromium-Molybdenum Steel-ASTM A2l 7 -557 Edward Designation: MS 242
Carbon. g.1gmax.

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..o/o.. lensile Strength, psi . 70,000
Manganese a/o.... ....0.40to0.70 YieldPoint,psi ... 40,000
Phosphorus Vo.... ....0.05max. Elongation in 2 in. 2Oo/o
Sulfur. ...o/o. .O.06max. Reduction in Area 30%
Silicon. ..a/o.. 0.60max. Brinell Hardness ... ...140min.

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Chromium %.... ....2.00to2.15
Molybdenum ....Vo ..0.90to1.20
Grade F5-EValloy (Stainless Steel) Al 82-557 Edward Designation: MS 212 or 214
Carbon. ..Vo.. -ASTM 0.08to0.12 Tensile Strength, psi ... .....l25,OOO to 185,000
Manganese o/o.... ....1.00max. YieldPoint,psi... ...105,000to150,000
Phosphorus o/o.... ....O.O4max. Elongation in 2 in. . . . .20 to 25/o
Sulfur. ...o/o. .O.O3max. Reduction in Area .. ...60 to1jo/o

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Silicon. ..o/o.. l.OOmax. Brinell Hardness . . . .215 to 450
Nickel . ..o/o.. ......0.50max. Heat Treatment-The heat treatment of EVallov varies with
Chromium a/o.... ..11.50to13.50 the service conditions of the Darts.
Grade 9B-HT-Centrifugally Cast Bronze-AsTM Bl 48-52 :
Copper ...%.
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.86.0min. Tensile Strength, psi . . .
Edward Designation MS 432
80,000
Aluminum %.......9.00min. ll.Omax. Yield Point, j'i'.'......:...:. :. : : :. :. :.... 40,000
fron.. ...o/o. 0.75min. l.5Omax. Elongation in 2 in 12o/o
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Basic specification for yoke bushings. Brinell Hardness.... ...160min.
Stellite Hard Surfacing for Seats and Disks Edward Designation : MS 481
Chromium , . , ,27 .O to 33.0 Tensile Strength, psi r05,000
Tungsten ..... 3.0to 6.0 Brinell Hardness ... ...350-500
Cobalt. Balance
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Standard Dimensions of Valve Butt Welding Ends


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NOMINAL PI PE CLASS A B c t
PI PE SCHEDULE OUTSIDE lNSIDE BORE OF WALL
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80 X r 0.750 9.564 9.61 | 0.593 Conforning to requirements of


IU 00 X 9.314 9.452 0.7r8
20 X 9.464 9.234 0.843 ASA 8r6.25-r955
40 X 8.7 50 8.959 r.000
60 X 8.500 8.1 40 r.125
All dimensions given in inches.
X 12.150 1.316 l r .507 0.687
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12 r00 X 1.064 11 .234 0.843 f Designations per ASA 836.10.
120 X 0.7 50 r 0.959 r.000
140 X 0.500 10.140 1.125 + The welding ends of valve
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r60 X X 0.126 3 |.312
bodies do not contain enough
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14 100 X z.tzo 2.319 0.931
120 X I .814 2.046 r.093 thickness of all pipe schedules.
t40 X r.500 1 .111 1.250 The cross marks show the
r60 X X 1.t88 1.498 1.406
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schedules which can be supplied


80 X 14.314 4.484 0.843
l6 'r00 X 13.938 4.155 1.03 I
for each size and pressure class
t20 X | 3.564 3.821 1.218 of valve bodies.
140 X | 3.124 3,442 1.438
r60 X X 12.814 3.17 1 l.593 Edword 25OO lb. stondord cost- \/
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l8 120 X 5.250 5.553 1 .315 to motch dimensions of speciol
140 X 4.816 5.225
160 X X 4.438 4.842 t.7Bl heovy woll piping.

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Gorrelation of Valve Size and Pressure Drop
Choose The Best Valve Size For Your Service Vv = Sq. Root of Spec, Vol. cu ft/lb-Downstream Press. & Temp.
Woter Temp. F I loo I 2oo | 3oo 4oo I soo I 600
The most economical valve is the valve correctly sized. Too 1.127 ' .t2s 1.132 .136 1.142 I .ls3
small a valve will have high pressure drop and will waste power. Sot. | 500 I 600 i 700 I 800 | 900 11000 lll00
Too large a valve is a waste of money and will call for unneces- v qt PSIG (Steom) 100 11.97 12.20 )2.32
sary effort to open and close. Stop-check and check valves in 200 11.46 lr.6r 11.68 11.77 11.85 ll.9s

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12.00 2.07
particular may hug the valve seat at low flow if they are too
large. This may cause vibration and wear.
Here is a simple method for checking valve size. Select the 600 |

following data : " " " 200 | .soll I .s801 .9411 .994 r.04 t.os ll.l2
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Bo0 | I .slsl .8zsl .s261 .ez2ll.or ll.os
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Vv -Flow root of specific volume (based on operating 1000 I .662r | .7t01 .773 .8161 .86s1 .9031 .94
-square
pressure and temperature) of fluid in cubic feet per " 1100 | .628i | .6071 .7321 .781i .8231 .8601 .90
pound. May be obtained for water and steam from
1300 | .s70/ I .s90, .662 .7r01 .7521 .7891 .83
table. 1400 i .s4sl I .ssgl .6331 .683 .1231 .?52) .79
,{-p611 orec of volve in squore inches. (See box in groph

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20001 | | l.s0l.ssl.sel.62l.6s
lnsert this data in the
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forrnula -7: - Edward Flow Index. " " " 2s001 I I l.41l.48l.s2i.ssl.s8
" " " 3oool I I l.3ll.{21.161.4s1.s2

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Mark this Flow Index on the bottom horizontal line of the chart
and read up to the curve to obtain the pressure drop. The black curve
is for stop valves in the wide open position. The red curve is for valves
with check elements. The curves are identical only when flow is suf-
ficient to hold the check element wide open. For best performance
valves with check elements should be selected to operate fully open.
The fluid velocity may be calculated as follows:
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Velocity ft. per sec
= Z; , FIow Index.
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EXAMPLE:
To determine pressure drop in on Edword l2 in. Fig.39l4
Flite-Flow stop volve when possing 700,000 lb/hr of steom ot
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STOP VALVES
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2000 osi ond i 050'F.


& CHECK VALVES
From the tobles
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V; - 0.635 and A = 58.2 sq. in. Therefore V4 1640.
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From the Flite-Flow valve chart, this shows a pressure drop of
8.3 psi.
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Standard Preparation of Welding Ends


Conforming to requirements of ASA Bl 6.25-1955
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A - Nominal Outside Diameter of Pioe


loo t lo B - Nominal lnside Diameter of Pipe
-'2 -'7 C - A- 0.03,l' 1.15 t
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Inside and outside of welding ends of cast


steel valves to be finish machined and care-
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fully inspected where the thickness of these


ends is less than l.l5 t. Edward standard
practice is to machine the outside of the
casting as shown to avoid sharp re-entrant
angles and abrupt changes in slope. Runout
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of machined surface to inside diameter of


valve to have no abrupt change in section,
Inside diameter of valve may be either larger
r +.010" or smaller than pipe inside diameter.
B -" +- .010'
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rl i IMPORTANT: When ordering butt welding
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tf end volves indicqte type of ends desired qnd


FIG.3 fl flG. 4 t give pipe schedule to be used.
Inride Cotour for Use With Rectongulor Bocking Ring Insidc Cotour for U* Wrh Toper Bocking Ring

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