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Biofuel Valves

Wed, 05/21/2014 - 10:01am
Nikita Ernst, Associate Editor

Assured Automation's high performance butterfly valve (HP Series) is available in carbon or stainless steel, in sizes 2" through 24", 150# or 300#, wafer or lugged end connections. The HP Series offers Class VI shut-off and an advanced seat design which provides a bi-directional interference and pressure assisted seal. The HP Series disc is engineered for a quick release from the seat, which reduces torque and seat wear. The HP can handle temperature spikes up to 600 degrees F which are often encountered in the early start up and molecular sieve portions of bioethanol production.

The Angle Seat Valve is designed for liquid, gas and steam applications. The valve body is offered in either brass or stainless steel. Available in 3/8"-2" line sizes, this angle seat valve is offered with NPT, triclamp or flanged end connections in normally closed, normally open and double acting valve configurations. Teflon seats withstand steam pressures up to 150 PSI.

To address safety concerns in fuel processing plants, Assured Automation supplies a complete range of Thermal Safety Shutoff Valves. The FM Fire-Safe Thermal and Electro-Thermal ball valve and butterfly valve assemblies are designed to spring a valve to a designated position (open or closed) during an upset condition such as fire. Valves are mounted with a spring canister and thermal link. The thermal link will melt at a predetermined temperature (165 degrees F-500 degrees F) and spring the valve to a chosen fail position.

The FireChek is a heat-actuated emergency shutoff for gas and flammable liquid equipment. The FireChek safety mechanism is used in air lines on control valves with pneumatic actuators to provide emergency shutdown in case of fire.

Thermally activated Emergency Isolation Valves (EIVs) are critical components in refinery, terminal and distribution safety systems. Thermal activated shutoffs work like fuses in the piping that carry extracted fuels. When a fire occurs, the fuel flow is shut down, preventing the fuel from feeding the fire.

 

Assured Automation  

http://assuredautomation.com

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