Poppet check valve RUF3
for chemicalsfor waterflange

poppet check valve
poppet check valve
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for water, for chemicals
backflow, for pharmaceutical applications
stainless steel
Other characteristics
spring, seat

140 °C (284 °F)


10 bar (145 psi)


Max.: 100 mm (3.937 in)

Min.: 25 mm (0.984 in)


The RUF Series Check Valve is used in places where a return flow of product in pipelines must be avoided. This check valve is utilized in brewery, dairy, chemical and pharmaceutical processing. Advantages Reduced maintenance cost due to robust and reliable bearing. The valve has minimal parts. Flexible design - the valve can be installed horizontally or vertically. Easy to maintain - the intermediate flange design means that the valve can easily be removed from the line. Profile seals with ID markings that eliminate gaps and facilitate ordering of spares. Minimum flow resistance/pressure drop Smooth flow due to ball-shaped valve body Minimum response pressure at 0.72 psi (0.05 bar) Full opening cross-section at 1.16 psi (0.08 bar) Designed for CIP cleaning Soft seat seal The RUF3 check valve is designed for direct welding into process pipelines A non-return valve is used in places where return flow of product in pipelines must be avoided. The valve opens by pressure of the liquid against the spring-loaded valve disc. The closing process is initiated by the preloaded spring when the liquid flows in the flow direction stops. Components of the RUF3 non-return check valve: Flange Flange screw Flange seal Shaft bearing Housing seal Pressure spring Valve shaft Seat seal Valve body Used to prevent return flow of liquids, can me used in multiple industries. Dairy Processing Brewery Processing Pharmaceutical Processing Chemical Processing



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