More than 1 million 35002 Series Camflex* valves have been successfully installed in a variety of process industries and applications.
Today’s Camflex II valve continues to offer dependability through a concept that remains a standard of excellence for eccentric-plug rotary globe control valves. The standard version includes the EF Seal (Emission Free packing) with emissions rated less than 500 ppm up to 750,000 cycles.
The 36005 Series V-Max* High Capacity Control Ball Valve incorporates a patented dual characterized V-Ported ball to offer a unique combination of high capacity and turndown capability.
Available in ANSI/ISA 75.08.02 (IEC 534-3-2) and ANSI B16.10 short pattern faceto-face dimensions, it offers flexibility to match existing installations. Three seat types are available: MN-7 soft seat with class VI seat leakage, standard flexible metal seat , and the heavy-duty seat with class IV shutoff.
31000 Series PFA-Lined
The 31000 Series is a PFA-lined control valve with an eccentric rotary globe plug that features tight shut-off capability, low dynamic forces, and control. This valve offers a solution for aggressive acids that tend to cause bellows permeation problems in reciprocating designs.
The 21000 Series is a single-ported, heavy top-guided globe valve that can handle a wide variety of process control applications. The 21000 Series is available with many optional packages including bellows seals and angle body designs. Trim options include low-noise, anti-cavitation, and soft-seat trims to meet various application requirements.
The versatile cage-guided 41005 Series control valve offers solutions for demanding applications, such as high pressure drops, large capacities, and wide temperature ranges. The balanced trim design include options for reducing noise and vibration and for containing cavitation. Various balanced-seal options are available to meet a wide range of temperature and seat leakage requirements. Lo-dB* cartridges or plates are also available to help maintain low outlet velocities and downstream noise.
The 73000 Series valve is a sweep-angle configuration for throttling erosive process media. It is available with a wide variety of engineered trim and body materials including high nickel, duplex, titanium, ceramic, and tungsten carbide alloys.
The 74000 Series is a splitbody forged angle erosion control valve with captures trim and continuous guided fluted plug for superior stability under harsh conditions with particulate flow.