Globe valve


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A ball valve.
A valve inclosed in a globular chamber.
- Knight.

See also: Globe, Globe

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The 49K series RTJ flanged low noise vent globe valve has large flow capacity, is mounted with double acting piston cylinder actuator.
The sealing takes place via a PTFE diaphragm with PD technology (plug diaphragm), which combines the advantages of a diaphragm valve with those of a globe valve. This valve is available with linear control characteristics and with equal-percentage control characteristics.
For most heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems or heating/domestic water applications, either a ball or globe valve will be suitable.
The universally compatible GEMU 536 globe valve has a robust design and is reliable in operation.
An angle valve is similar to a globe valve, but has its ports at right angles.
An internal investigation has concluded the leak appears to have been caused by the failure of a manual bellows-seal globe valve.
Globe Valve, Delphi, Indiana, casts a red brass alloy (6% lead), CDA848, using green sand molds and a low-lead yellow brass alloy (1.2% lead), CDA857-10 B2, using a low-pressure permanent mold process.
The new globe valve systems handle neutral and aggressive fluids as well as steam and gases up to 356 [degrees] F They have built-in connectivity that makes them suitable for networking in either centralized or decentralized process control systems.
It consists of a tee, a close nipple and three other nipples; also, a globe valve with a drain plug, a union, a 90 degree elbow, and another length of pipe and a pipe cap.
The globe valve is the most common type of valve and operates like a faucet.
The company says a good example of this is its range of valves available in a bellows seal design, such as its Type 808 bellows sealed globe valve. This is said to be an ideal choice for critical, zero-fugitive emission, high-purity or high-vacuum applications where the potential for hazardous emissions has to be eliminated.