ITT Grinnell Introduces New Butterfly V a l v e - Literature Available

ITT Grinnell Valve Company, Inc. of Providence, R.I., recently introduced the Dyna-Lok highperformance butterfly valve. The new valve is designed to extend the range of conventional butterfly valves with shutoff capabilities of steel gate and ball valves.

Use of this product is intended to cover a broad range of industrial applications including chemical, petrochemical power, cryogenic, and marine. The use of this simple design allows the user the option of many service applications with no seal or configuration modifications. Quarter-turn operation of the valve allows ease of automation with many alternatives, and wafer design allows ease of installation, according to the manufacturer.

The valve design combines features in a single product that include truly bi-directional shutoff, flange faces free of screws or holes, heavy valve stems and disc pins, low friction bearings, a double offset disc to reduce seat wear, and many more. The linear CV characteristic of the Dyna-Lok valve makes it ideal for modulating/ control applications providing a lower cost alternative to conventional control valves in larger sizes and in less severe applications.

The valve is initially offered in sizes 3-12 inches 150 and 300 ANSI, wafer and single flange patterns in a soft seated design.

Valve materials available are carbon steel and stainless steel. Other materials are available on request.

Sizes through 36 inches and 600 ANSI class will be available in 1981. Automated versions of the Dyna-Lok valve are available with complete instrumentation to suit our customer needs.

For a free four-color brochure on ITT Grinnell's Dyna-Lok series, Write 22 on Reader Service Card

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