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Multi-purpose rotary valve SRV
round-flange

multi-purpose rotary valve
multi-purpose rotary valve
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Characteristics

Applications
multi-purpose
Type
round-flange

Description

SATAKE SRV ROTARY VALVE The DMN-Westinghouse designed and built SATAKE SRV type rotary valve is the result of close collaboration between rotary valve experts DMN-Westinghouse and milling system experts SATAKE. SATAKE and its predecessors Henry Simon and Robinson Milling Systems have supplied the F type airlock to mills around the world. The new valve by DMN-Westinghouse is interchangeable with them, making it perfect for replacement of worn equipment and spares holdings for existing plants. The valve can be supplied with a cast sight feed unit which is also directly interchangeable with existing units and draws on years of milling systems experience gained by SATAKE. The valve is available in both F1 and F3 sizes for complete coverage of existing applications and greatest versatility when being specified on new systems. Product Information Whilst being directly interchangeable with existing valves, the F1 and F3 valves also draw on the valve specialist experience of DMN-Westinghouse in incorporating the latest developments in rotary valve design and build. This allows superior consistency of rotor to bore clearance, more consistent axial location for the rotor and compliance with the ATEX 94/9/EC directive. The benefits of this include superior valve sealing, more consistent performance and silent running, plus the peace of mind that comes with total compliance with all relevant legislation. The valves can be supplied with close coupled direct drives, ATEX certified if required, for single valve applications, or with twin output shaft rotors for multiple applications using one ganged drive.

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