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BRAND: StafsjöCATEGORY: Knife Gate Valves

The Stafsjö XV bi-directional knife gate valve gives a secure and tight shut-off, independent of pressure direction. The valve design has good flow characteristics and can be used in applications with pulp, biomass and sludge, with the Polyurethane seated version extending its field of applications to include abrasive media.

The XV valve is available with the valve body fully lugged or semi lugged in stainless steel. The valve comes with the retainer ring system on both sides of the gate, which makes it independent of pressure direction and very easy to maintain. Even with its relatively low weight and very compact design the valve is able to cope with high bi-directional pressures.

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Specifications

SeriesXV
Design

Bi Directional Tight Knife Gate

Features
  • Full bore
  • Double retainer ring system makes it bi-directional tight
  • Sealing is independent of presure
  • Very easy to maintain
  • Built in self cleaning function
  • Compact low weight
  • Minimal risk of clogging
  • First rate TwinPack sealing system
Size
Range

DN 80 – DN 1000 / 3″ – 40″

Pressure
Rating

PN10 / ANSI 150

TemperaturesUp to 180°C
End
Connections
Semi lugged / Fully Lugged
Blade
Materials

Stainless Steel EN 1.4404 / AISI 316L

Max
Pressure
16 bar @ 20°C
Body
Materials

Stainless Steel EN 1.4408

Seat
Materials
Polyurethane / PTFE with Nitrile or Viton O-ring
Options &
Accessories
  • Manual, pneumatic or electric actuators
  • Chain wheel
  • Open close limit switches
  • Valve Positioners
Applications

Where you are looking for a bi-directional knife gate valve for Pulp,  Biomass and Sludge. The Polyurethane seated version enables you to use it on abrasive media such as light slurries.

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