Summary:A double union diaphragm valve is a type of valve that is commonly used in industrial applications. It is designed to re...
A double union diaphragm valve
is a type of valve that is commonly used in industrial applications. It is designed to regulate the flow of liquids and gases in pipes and systems, and is known for its reliability and versatility.
The valve consists of a body with two unions that allow for easy removal and replacement, as well as a diaphragm that separates the valve body into two chambers. The diaphragm is made of a flexible material, such as rubber or plastic, and acts as a barrier to separate the fluid or gas from the valve stem.
One of the advantages of a double union diaphragm valve is its ability to provide a tight seal, which prevents leaks and ensures the efficient flow of fluids and gases. The diaphragm is pressed against the valve seat by a mechanism that is controlled by a hand wheel or actuator, allowing for precise adjustment of the flow rate.
Another advantage of the double union diaphragm valve is its versatility. It can be used in a variety of applications, including water treatment, chemical processing, and industrial manufacturing. It is compatible with a wide range of fluids and gases, and can operate at high temperatures and pressures.
In addition, the double union design of the valve allows for easy maintenance and repair. The unions can be quickly and easily removed to access the diaphragm and other internal components for cleaning, inspection, and replacement.
Temperature: Ordinary Temperature
Connection: Welded Diaphragm Valve
Structure: Weir Diaphragm Valve
Valve type: Weir
Connection: Socket welding/fusion
Model NO.: G41F-6S
Pressure: Low Pressure
Flow Direction: Bidirectional
Function: Field Bus
Usage: Flow Control
Standard: DIN, GB, ANSI, BSW, JIS