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Flanged Heavy Duty Valves

Flanged check valves, cast iron plug valves, sewage air relief valve and sewage combination air valve

 
 
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2-1/2" - 8" Flanged Check Valves

  • Heavy-duty, ductile iron construction
  • Angled seal for non-slam closure
  • Non-clog design
  • Reinforced disc
  • Drip-tight seating
  • Rated up to 250 PSIG
  • Designed for both horizontal and vertical usage
  • Optional backflow actuator and mechanical indicator

2" - 8" Cast Iron Plug Valves
Threaded Connection: 2" and 3"
Flanged Connection: 2-1/2", 3", 4", 6" and 8"

  • Designed to handle solids-bearing flows
  • Cast iron housing rated 175 psi
  • 99% pure nickel welded seat
  • 1/4 turn Buna plug
  • Upper and lower ball bearings
  • Provided with hand lever

Sewage Air Relief Valve

  • Designed to maintain pipeline efficiency and provide protection by venting air that accumulates during system operation
  • Cast iron housing
  • Stainless steel trim
  • Stainless steel float
  • 150 psi rated

Part No.

Inlet

Outlet

Height

Width

6030-0204

2"

1/2"

15-5/16" (38.9 cm)

7" (17.8 cm)


Sewage Combination Air Valve

  • Provides both air release and air/vacuum protection in pipelines and maintains efficiency
  • Cast iron housing
  • Stainless steel trim
  • Stainless steel float
  • 150 psi rated
  • Backwash Accessory Kit (not shown)

Part No.

Inlet

Outlet

Height

Width

6030-0207

2"

1"

26-1/16" (66.2 cm)

14" (35.6 cm)

Sewage Air Relief Valve
PART NO.                    6030-0204
INLET                           2"
OUTLET                       1/2"
HEIGHT                        15-5/16" (38.9 cm)
WIDTH                         7" (17.8 cm)

Sewage Combination Air Valve
PART NO.                    6030-0207
INLET                          2"
OUTLET                      1"
HEIGHT                       26-1/16" (6.2 cm)
WIDTH                        14" (35.6 cm)

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Caution

Water hammer creates momentary high pressure surges. These surges can cause severe damage to check valves and the piping system. Consideration for water hammer must be included in the piping system design. Reference ASPE Data Book, Chapter 2.33.

 

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