Y24 Needle Valve Manifold
The ‘Y24’ Type 2-valve manifold is designed for direct mounting to static pressure transmitters. The separate vent valve gives full control of venting of the instrument, plus the ability to calibrate in-situ.
The ‘Y24’ Type 2-valve manifold is designed for direct mounting to static pressure transmitters. The separate vent valve gives full control of venting of the instrument, plus the ability to calibrate in-situ. Each needle valve head is designed for safe and reliable isolation, giving bubble-tight shutoff, with non-rotating, anti-galling tips and dynamic self-adjusting spindle seals to give long service life in a variety of service conditions.
Oliver Valves Y24, Threaded x Flange, type 2-valve manifold is designed for direct mounting to differential pressure transmitters, with separate isolation for LP and HP inlets plus equalising valve for simple calibration.
The Y24 type 2-valve manifold is supplied as standard with a non-rotating tip to allow linear closure while eliminating galling.
Oliver Valves’ standard Y24 type 2-valve manifolds are rated to 413bar (6,000psi) but can be rated at 689bar (10,000psi). Standard Temperature range from 240 Deg C up to 540 Deg C.
All NPT connection threads are Single Point CNC machined.
All Oliver products have material traceability and pressure test certificates to BS EN 10204 3.1. A unique code is stamped on all valve bodies linking them to their material and chemical analysis certificates.
Tips are ‘interchangeable’ without special tools or spindle changes in options of hard, soft and metering tips.
Safety ‘“ spindles are ‘back seating’ and ‘anti-blowout’ as standard, a major safety feature. Ananti-removable’ steel pin has been fitted to the valve body so that head unit cannot be removed inadvertently.
Dust cap protects spindle threads from ingress of dirt and is colour coded for particular service.
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