Y Globe Valves

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The SchuF Y Globe valve is unique in respect of its flexibility, high Cv and reliable performance.

Y Globe Valve

It can be provided as a standard Y Globe valve or as a special control valve for severe service applications. They are widely used in Plastic and Polymer Industry as well as control variants in the Petrochemical, Chemicals, mineral processing and Refining industries.

 

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Y Globe Valve Applications

Y Globe valves offer the perfect compromise between flow and sealing requirements. The flow control characteristics are much better than a globe valve, while the zero leakage sealing performance far excel that of a ball valve.

Y Globe Valve with jacket 

Y Globe Variant

 Y Globe Valve  Y Globe Variant


Key Characteristics of SchuF Y Globe Valves

  • Designed to operate in temperatures up to 700 degrees C
  • Suitable for ASME pressure rating of 2500# or high vacuum
  • Available with a disc or piston plug
  • Dead space free
  • Extremely low leakage to atmosphere options (with stuffing box or bellow seal to atmosphere)
  • High Vacuum version features a completely enclosed yoke

 

Options

  • Control trim and equal %, linear or X3 bell control curve characteristics
  • Cleaning in service through flushing port(s)
  • Disk grinding option available
  • Can be partially or fully jacketed
  • Can be combined to and from Multiport valves
  • High level of Customisation as required

 

 

Y Globe Valves Materials

Y Globe valves are available in all materials including cast-steel; stainless steel, all nickel based alloys, Titanium, Zirconium and others.

Y Globe - high vacuum variant Y Globe Valve 7/2/3

High Vacuum Y Globe Valve                 Body with integral flushing


Y Globe Valve Model Numbers

Model 50 (Y Globe Valve),

Model 51 (high vacuum variant) and

Model 52 (two part body with light replaceable seat).

 

Contact Us

For further information, pricing or a brochure, please contact us at:

http://www.schuf.com/contact-info

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