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NEW Process Valves and Actuation Catalogue Out Now

We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new Process Valves and Actuation catalogue – issue 1.

We are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new Process Valves and Actuation catalogue – issue 1.

The catalogue showcases:

– Over 600+ pages from renown European and worldwide brands
– New product lines – New full range of steam products
– A list of main features for every product in the catalogue
– Working temperature and pressure of products where relevant
– Visual logos to allow easy identification of products that includes any certification
– An extensive index to ease navigation through the catalogue
– Flange tables, technical information and conversion tables

If you have already requested a copy, we will be sending them out shortly. If you still need to request copies then please email marketing@hydravalve.co.uk.

What are the Advantages of using V-Ball Valves?

Stainless Steel V-Ball Valves now available

Stainless Steel V-Ball valves in 30° and 60° to suit Haitima 2019D flanged 2 piece direct mount and 2013ND 3 piece direct mount are now available.

What are the advantages of V-Ball valves?

The V-Ball or V ‘notch’ offers various advantages due to its low maintenance design.

    • Flow control – The precision of 30° & 60° V-Balls offer equal percentage flow characteristics, not normally associated with a standard ball valve. The ball can be positioned anywhere between 0° and 90° allowing the user to control the desired flow rate they require. Furthermore, when fitted with a modulating actuator this will give better flow control accuracy then a standard bore ball valve.
    • Bubble tight shut off – V-Ball valves have soft seats with bubble tight shut off and can control or shut of bi-directional flow. As no additional shut off valves are required, v-balls are cost efficient and reduces the number of components in the system for the user.
    • Higher shut-off pressure – The 90° ball rotation allows the V-Ball to shut off at higher working pressures.  Thus, allowing lower torque actuators to be used, resulting in cost saving and higher efficiency for the end user.
    • Flexibility – The advantage of a ball valve is the flexibility, whether you require 50% stainless steel filled PTFE seats for steam applications or PTFE for water/ air application or end connections can be changed to meet the site requirement i.e. screwed BSP, socket weld, butt weld & flanged.

For more information please contact sales@hydravalve.co.uk. Alternatively, call our sales team on 01902 637263.

Hydravalve Christmas Opening Times 2017

The Christmas opening hours for Hydravalve are on the table below. Need to contact the sales team during this period? Then please contact us by email, as they will be monitored during the holiday period.

UK Delivery/Collection Information

Courier deliveries– With all our couriers the last day for UK Christmas delivery will be 21st December and deliveries will be made on the 22nd December. To ensure delivery is made on the 22nd December please order before 1PM on the 21st December. Alternatively, please select or ask for the FedEx option as the cut-off time for delivery on the 22nd December for this option is 4:30pm on the 21st December. Orders after 4:30pm on the 21st December may not be delivered until the 2nd January.

Trade counter collections– Collections for the trade counter can be collected up until 1PM on the 22nd December. Orders after this will not be able to be collected until 8:30am on the 2nd January.

Please note that all deliveries before Christmas are also subject to stock availability. If you require any more information about Christmas delivery then please contact marketing@hydravalve.co.uk

Finally, everybody at Hydravalve would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

The Christmas opening hours for Hydravalve are on the table below

NEW Website Redesign Now Live

NEW Website Redesign Now Live!

NEW Hydravalve website redesign now live

The Hydravalve website has recently undertaken a completely new interface and design. The website includes various new features as well as features in place to be added soon.

The new features to the website include:

  • Lead time information available on all products
  • Improved user interface – search facility allowing you to search by part number, brand or keyword
  • Option at checkout for payment to be completed through a proforma invoice
  • Navigation bar by product category

Coming soon features:

  • Online technical support available via Live Chat
  • Search for products by industry

 

Now Stocking VYC Pressure Relief Valves for Steam Duty

The valve works as an automatic pressure releasing regulator activated by the static pressure existing at the entrance to the valve and is characterized by its ability to open instantly and totally.

VYC pressure relief valves for steam duty
Full lift safety valve with spring loading (AIT)

The valve works as an automatic pressure releasing regulator activated by the static pressure existing at the entrance to the valve and is characterized by its ability to open instantly and totally.

  • Model Number: 496 EN
  • Connection: Flange x Flange
  • Material: Cast Iron
  • Metal Seal
  • Working temperature: -60ºC to +450ºC
  • Application: Steam, gases and liquids

Sizes available from stock are:

  • 3/4" x 1 1/4" (PN40 set at 24 bar)
  • 1" x 1 1/2" (PN16 set at 8 bar)
  • 1 1/4" x 2" (PN16 set at 8 bar)
  • 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" (PN16 set at 8 bar)
  • 2" x 3" (PN16 set at 8 bar)
  • 3" x 5" (PN16 set at 8 bar)

 Other sizes/models available on request. For pricing information please email sales@hydravalve.co.uk

YTC YT-525D Double Acting Snap Acting Relay

Ready for dispatch this evening are x10 YTC YT-525D Double Acting Snap Acting Relay with NPT 1/4” connections

Ready for dispatch this evening are x10 YTC YT-525D Double Acting Snap Acting Relay with NPT 1/4” connections and operating temperatures between -20°c to 70°c.

What is a snap acting relay?

A snap acting relay monitors the main supply pressure levels and accordingly changes the direction of the pneumatic pressure flow. This will avoid compete system shut-down when the supply pressure level is lower than the set level.

For any YTC enquiries or for more information please contact our actuation specialist Mark (mark.brooks@hydravalve.co.uk).