L&T Swing Check Valve

L&T Cast Steel Check Valve

L&T Valves manufactures a wide variety of Gate, Globe Check Valves in bolted-bonnet design. The valves are approved by the global majors in oil gas and power and have a reputation for reliable performance in critical services, across the globe. Valves in bolted bonnet construction are available in pressure classes from 150 to 2500, in a variety of materials and end-connections.

Minimum Product Quantity: 1 piece
Certification: EIL,IBR,CE
End Connection: Butt Weld
Power Source: Manual
Material: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel
Power: Hydraulic,Manual,Pneumatic
Automation Grade: Manual
Media: Fuel
Pressure: Medium Pressure
Brand: L&T Valves

  • API 600/ISO 10434
  • 2″ to 72″
  • ASME class 150 to 2500
  • Salient Features: Body and bonnet – Cast with uniform sections, precision machined
  • Body: Straight through port without recesses except in the seat area – Minimum resistance to flow, turbulence and erosion
  • Flex wedge: Guide slots in the wedge engage with integral guide ribs in the body, Stem-to-wedge contact close to wedge centre – Better sealing, smoother operation
  • Seal-welded seat ring – Eliminates leakage path between seat ring and body, does not loosen up due to temperature fluctuations or vibration
  • Stem – One-piece construction with forged T-head – Long service life, smoother operation
  • BS 1873
  • 2″ to 24″
  • ASME 150 to 2500
  • Salient Features: Body and Bonnet – Cast with uniform sections, precision machined
  • In-situ hard-faced body seat – Eliminates leakage path between seat ring and body
  • Guided plug-type disc, Free-floating stem-disc connection – Uniform seating
  • BS 1868
  • 2″ to 36″
  • ASME 150 to 2500
  • Salient Features: Body and Bonnet – Cast with uniform sections, precision machined
  • Body: Permits full swing of disc on downstream side – Lower flow resistance and disc erosion
  • Disc: Internally-hinged – No opening on the body, higher integrity
  • Disc secured to hinge using lock nut and pin
  • Disc free to rotate to avoid localized wear

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