GMK DIN Gate Valve
The flow of a medium can be allowed to pass through or blocked by using a control valve known as a DIN gate valve, which can be opened or closed. The principal advantage provided by a DIN gate valve is the relatively low amount of pressure that is lost as a result of the valve opening and closing. In contrast to butterfly valves, DIN gate valves have unrestricted bores that make it easier to use a pig when cleaning pipe systems. This is in contrast to butterfly valves. However, gate valves are more difficult to operate than quarter-turn valves, and you should only use them in the fully open or closed position rather than to control the flow of the fluid. Quarter-turn valves are the more convenient option. Manual gate valves are more cost-effective than automated gate valves that use an electric or pneumatic actuator. This is due to the fact that gate valves are often only used on an infrequent basis. Gate valves come in a variety of forms, one of which is the sluice gate valve.
- Pressure:PN16, PN25, PN40, PN63(64), PN100, PN160, PN250, PN320, PN400
- Material:WCB, LCB, LCC, WC6, WC9, C5, C12, C12A, CF8, CF8M, CF3, CF3M, CN7M, Alloy 20, B148, UB6 ,Hastelloy C etc
- Connection:Flanges, RTJ flange, butt weld, hub end, groove
- Driving manner:Handwheel, wormgear, gearbox, pneumatic actuator