What is Stainless Steel Disco Check Valve?
A stainless steel disco check valve is a type of valve that prevents backflow by allowing fluid to flow in only one direction. It consists of a valve body with a hinged flap or disc attached to a stem. When the fluid flows in the appropriate direction, the disc is pulled out of the way, allowing the fluid to pass through the valve. When the fluid flow stops or changes direction, the disc returns to its original position, preventing the fluid from flowing in the opposite direction.
Stainless steel is a type of steel commonly used in check valve construction as it is resistant to corrosion. Check valves are often used in a variety of applications, including water treatment plants, chemical processing plants, and oil and gas pipelines, to prevent backflow and protect equipment and pipelines from damage.
Check valves are general purpose armatures and have application areas for liquids, gases and steam. They increase operational safety and can replace complicated fixtures depending on the situation. The use of such an armature makes Unox Disco Check Valve advantageous due to its features such as short assembly distance and assembly time, and saving space.
- Body: AISI 316 – CF8M
- Disc: AISI 316 – CF8M
- Spring: AISI 31 – CF8
- Spring Pressure Plate: AISI 316 – CF8M
- Dimensions: DN15 – DN100
- Operating Temperature: -10 °C – 300 °C
- Heating / hot water systems,
- Water treatment and sewage systems,
- Steam production and feeding systems,
- Energy pipelines (water, air, steam, etc.)
- Guidance systems for refinery and chemical plants.
Check valves can be installed between pipeline flanges for liquids, gases and vapors regardless of location.
- Spring Pressure Plate