In single-seat shuttle valves, there is only one seal for each switching position in the valve disc separating the particular pipelines from one another. This means liquid can pass from one pipeline to the other in the eventuality of a seal defect. For this reason, single-seat shut-off valves are not suitable for separating incompatible fluids.
The ECOVENT® valve series is characterized by its compact design. Contrary to the VARIVENT® systems with multiple options, this series provides a simple and economical solution for standard requirements.
|Single-seat divert valves|
|DN 10 – DN 100|
|OD 1" – OD 4"|
In practice, these valves are frequently used in CIP supply and return lines. One typical application is also found at the end of a valve block in which the valves are fitted as divert valves between the process line and the drainage (e.g. during pushing out).
To avoid water hammers when closing one path while the product is flowing, single-seat divert valves should be switched against the flow direction of the product if possible.
|Product-merging||Compact Design||Single-seat Valve, Type W/ECO|
|Product-merging||Small Nominal Width
DN 10 or DN 15
|Single-seat Valve, Type W/ECO small|
Please refer to the catalog for information.
|Recommended flow direction||Product-merging|
|Material in contact with the product||1.4404 / AISI 316 L|
|Material not in contact with the product||1.4301 / AISI 304|
|Seal material in contact with the product||EPDM, FKM, HNBR|
|Ambient temperature||0 to 45 °C|
|Air supply pressure||6 bar (87 psi)|
|Product pressure||5 bar (73 psi)|
|Surface in contact with the product||Ra ≤ 0.8 μm|
|External housing surface||Matte blasted|
|Control and feedback system||Connection 0 (without control top)|
|Actuator type||Pneumatic actuator air / spring|
|Connection fittings||Welding end|
|Identification||Adhesive ID tag|
|Valve seat version||Clamped seat ring or fixed vertical port|
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