Control valve for process applications

Spira-Trol general service control valve from Spirax Sarco features a modular design. Two-port device is intended for food and beverage, pharmaceutical, rubber, plastics, metals, chemicals, and electronics manufacturing applications.

12/18/2006


Process Control

Spira-Trol general service control valve from Spirax Sarco features a modular design. Two-port device is intended for food and beverage, pharmaceutical, rubber, plastics, metals, chemicals, and electronics manufacturing applications. Valve uses a minimum of components and is said to satisfy numerous industrial requirements. ANSI and EN versions share the same internals. Only three pneumatic actuators are required for valves up to 4 in. (100 mm). Spira-Trol incorporates self-aligning and clamp-in-place internals to simplify maintenance. Standard offering includes cast iron, SG Iron, carbon steel, stainless steel, or NACE construction; equal percentage, linear, or fast-opening flow characteristics, 1/2- to 4-in. (15- to 100-mm) sizes with standard or customer-defined center-face dimensions; and ANSI, PN, JIS, KS, NPT, BSP, or SW connections.

www.spiraxsarco.com/us

Spirax Sarco Inc.





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