[Download] Datasheet of Control Valve

Download this control valve datasheet for your reference.

The datasheet consists of:

  • Location
  • Service
  • Haz. area class
  • Ambient temp.
  • Pipe class
  • Design Pressure
  • Pipe connection upstream
  • Process Fluid
  • Special fluid properties
  • Allowable sound
  • Upstream pipe
  • Downstream pipe
  • Pipe insulation
  • Upstream cond.
  • Compressibility factor
  • Shutoff press.
  • Air supply min.
  • Flow rate
  • Inlet press.
  • Outlet press.
  • Temperature
  • Inlet density
  • Vapour pressure
  • Critical pressure
  • Viscosity
  • Specific heat ratio
  • Gas/vapour mass fract.
  • Power/Signal fail position
  • MFR Extended connection
  • Body/bonnet material
  • Calc. Kv
  • Perdicted SPL
  • Pressure rating
  • Nominal size
  • End Conn.
  • Charakteristic
  • Bonnet type
  • Trim
  • Body type
  • Flow direction
  • Guide(cage) mat…
  • Breakaway force/torque
  • Seat style
  • Trim coating
  • Packing
  • Leakage specification IEC 60534-4 Class:
  • Steam jacket:

Data Sheet of Control Valve.pdf (45.2 KB)

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However, control valve datasheets typically contain information such as:

Valve specifications

This includes the valve type (e.g., globe, butterfly, ball), valve size, pressure rating, and temperature range.

Flow characteristics

The datasheet may specify the valve’s flow coefficient (Cv), which indicates the valve’s flow capacity at a given pressure drop. It may also provide information on the inherent flow characteristic, such as linear, equal percentage, or quick opening.

Materials of construction

The datasheet will list the materials used for the valve body, trim (valve disk and seat), and other internal components. It may mention the compatibility of the materials with specific fluids or gases.

Actuator details

If the control valve includes an actuator, the datasheet may provide information about the actuator type (e.g., pneumatic, electric), actuator size, and control signal requirements.

Leakage class

The datasheet may indicate the allowable leakage rate of the valve when closed, typically specified according to industry standards such as ANSI/FCI 70-2 or IEC 60534-4.

Accessories and options

Some datasheets may mention optional features or accessories that can be added to the control valve, such as positioners, limit switches, solenoid valves, or transmitters.

Performance curves

Datasheets may include performance curves or tables showing the relationship between the valve opening (position) and the resulting flow rate or pressure drop at different operating conditions.

It’s important to refer to the specific datasheet provided by the valve manufacturer or supplier for accurate and detailed information about a particular control valve model.