Tilting Disc Check Valve
The design of tilting disc check valves is a change to traditional swing check valves actually because the position of the valve shaft is a little higher than the center instead of being at the top. The major advantage is that they can achieve non-slam operation, overcoming the impact and water hammer which may occur in swing check valves and lift check valves. Tilt disc check valves are able to be closed quickly due to the short distance of weight shifting in the open/close operation. With the streamlined design of the fluid channel, tilt disc check valves have low flow resistance and energy-saving effect.
Size Ranges: 2 - 30 Inch.
Pressure Ratings: Class 150 - Class 600, PN16 - PN100.
Ends Connections: Flanged R.F or RTJ, Butt-weld or Hub Ends.
Structured: Two-piece Bolted Body, One-piece Union Pressure Sealed Body.
A variety of body and trim material is offered, including carbon steel ASTM A216 WCB, WCC, Low Carbon Steel LCB, LCC, Alloy Steel WC6, WC9, C5, Stainless Steel CF8, CF8M, CF3, CF3M, Duplex & Super Duplex Steel A890 GR. 4A, 5A or F51, Special Materials in Monel, Alu. Bronze C95800, 95600, etc.