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Exhaust check valve H44
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exhaust check valve
exhaust check valve
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Characteristics

Applications
exhaust, fluid
Material
steel
Other characteristics
standard

Description

Power Station Check Valve Quick Details: Model NO.: H44 Flow Direction: Unidirection Standard: ANSI Application: Industrial Usage, Water Industrial Usage, Household Usage Characteristic: Pressure Sealed Check Valve Design & Manufacture: BS1868, API 6D, Asme B16.34 Pre-Temp. Rating: Asme B16.34 Face to Face: Asme B16.10 Ends Connection: Asme B16.25, Asme B16.5/16.47 Inspect & Test: API 598 Certificate 1: Dnv CE 0575 Certificate 2: ISO 9001: 2008 Trademark: VATAC/VANGO or OEM Transport Package: Sea Worthy Specification: API, ANSI, ASME, DIN, JIS, GB etc. Origin: China HS Code: 84818010 Product Description: The power station check valve is used in power plant or thermal power plant exhaust systems, or other non-corrosive medium steam and water pipe systems to prevent sudden drop in internal pressure of the steam turbine when the steam pipe suddenly rejects the load, the steam extraction pipe and the steam inside the heater return to the steam turbine, causing damage to the blade, destroying the turbine generator accident. Features: 1) Power station check valves are intended for high pressure, high temperature applications in all types of fluid except where severe coking is a factor. 2) The intermediate chamber adopts a pressure self-tightening structure. The higher the medium pressure, the better the sealing performance. 3) The pressure-resistant components are made of high-quality heat-resistant alloy steel. It is safe, reliable, stable in performance and long in service life.
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