Industrial Bronze

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WALWORTH Strainer Valves are used to strain or filter out solid debris in a water system and can be designed for very high flow rates. Suspended particles are collected in the inside of the mesh, and then the flush valve opens to expel the build-up of crap. This eliminates the need for manual cleaning of the strainer element.

Design Features
  • Design in accordance with MSS SP-80
  • Body and Cover Bronze
  • Threaded Cover Design
  • Threaded ends as per ANSI B1.20.1
  • Face to face dimensions as per WALWORTH design
  • Test in accordance with MSS-SP-80

 

WALWORTH Bronze Swing Check Valves are generally used to protect pumps or similar equipment, allowing the flow only in one direction and preventing flow reversal due to back pressure. Swing Check valves are unidirectional; an arrow stamped on body always indicates direction of flow.

Design Features
  • Design in accordance with MSS SP-80
  • “T” Pattern
  • Body Bronze
  • Threaded cover design
  • Swing type disc
  • Threaded ends as per ANSI B1.20.1
  • Face to face dimensions as per WALWORTH design
  • Test in accordance with MSS-SP-80

 

WALWORTH Bronze Globe valves are used when there is a need to regulate the volume of the flow. Globe valves are not recommended when a continuous full flow of fluid is required due to the high pressure drop inherent to the design. Globe valves are unidirectional and, always, they should be installed so the flow intake enters through the base of the valve seat, an arrow stamped on the body indicates direction of flow. Globe valves may be used with fluids containing particles in suspension.

Design Features
  • Design in accordance with MSS SP-80
  • Body and bonnet of bronze
  • Rising Stem
  • Screwed bonnet design
  • Conical Plug type disc
  • Threaded ends as per ANSI B1.20.1
  • Face to face dimensions as per WALWORTH design
  • Test in accordance with MSS-SP-80
  • Handwheel operated

 

WALWORTH Bronze Gate Valves are used when there is a need to interrupt or cut some fluid. Gate valves are primarily used to permit or prevent flow of a fluid, so they should only be used as fully open or fully closed. The main characteristic of Non-Rising Stem is that design and performance are compact; it not takes more space to open or close the valve. When the valve needs to be open or closed, only the disc goes up or down. Non-Rising Stem is commonly used in underground or where the vertical spaced is limited.

Design Features
  • Design in accordance with MSS SP-80
  • Body and bonnet of bronze
  • Non-Rising Stem
  • Screwed bonnet design
  • Solid wedge design
  • Threaded ends as per ANSI B1.20.1
  • Face to face dimensions as per WALWORTH design
  • Test in accordance with MSS-SP-80
  • Handwheel operated