GEMÜ D487 Victoria

Manually operated butterfly valve

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The GEMÜ D487 Victoria soft seated butterfly valve is manually operated. It has a metal hand lever or gearbox depending on customer requirements. The butterfly valve is available in nominal sizes DN 25 to 1600 and in standard installation lengths ISO 5752/20 | EN 558-1/20 | API 609 category A (DIN 3202 K1) in wafer and lug body versions.

  • Available in large nominal sizes
  • Special materials for disc, seal and valve body
  • Vulcanizable liner
  • Abrasion-resistant version possible
  • Media temperature:-60 to 210 °C
  • Ambient temperature:-20 to 70 °C
  • Operating pressure :0 to 16 bar
  • Nominal sizes:DN 25 to 1600
  • Body configurations:Lug | U section | Wafer
  • Connection standards:AS | ASME | AWWA | BS | DIN | EN | ISO | JIS
  • Body materials:1.4408, cast stainless steel material | EN-AC-46100, aluminium casting material | EN-AC-47100, aluminium casting material | EN-GJS-400-15, SG iron material | EN-GJS-400-18-LT, SG iron material | S275JR, cast steel material
  • Body coating:Epoxy
  • Liner materials:CR | CSM (Hypalon®) | ECO | EPDM | NBR | SBR, abrasion resistant | Silicone
  • Disc materials:1.4408, investment casting material | 1.4469, Duplex cast steel material | 1.4539, forged material | 2.0975, bronze casting material | 2.4602 (alloy 22), block material | EN-GJS-400-15, SG iron material
  • Disc coating:EPDM | Epoxy | Halar® | NBR | Rilsan® | SBR
  • Conformities:ACS | DNV GL | DVGW Drinking water | DVGW Gas | EAC | FDA | WRAS

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Water treatment plant in swimming pool processes

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