Ductile Iron Lugged and Tapped Butterfly Valve
HUK Valves Lugged and Tapped Ductile Iron Butterfly Valve to Suit PN16 Flanges
The HUK Valves lugged and tapped butterfly valve is available in various disc and liner materials to suit various applications such as industrial, process and general use. HUK Valves butterfly range are a reliable and economic option for isolation, regulation and shut-off. The lugged butterfly valve allows for mounting between PN16 flanges and features an ISO mounting top for pneumatic or electric actuation.
You may also be interested in the stainless steel disc and EPDM liner option that is also WRAS approved.
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- Available in sizes 1.1/2" to 24"
- To suit PN16 flanges
- Ductile iron body
- Available in 316 stainless steel, ductile iron ENP or aluminium bronze disc
- Available in EPDM, NBR or PTFE on silicone liner
- Lockable lever or gearbox operated
- Working temperature: -20°C to +120°C, -30°C to +180°C (2014LH) and 0°C to +80°C (LB, LD and LF)
- Maximum working pressure: 16 bar. 10 bar for model LH
|Liner||Working Temperature||Typical Media Applications|
|EPDM||-20°C to +120°C||Mainly used for water based applications and drinking water. Do not use petrochemical applications with EPDM, for instance fuels, oils and greases|
|NBR||0°C to +80°C||Predominantly used for petroleum, fuels, oil, greases, hydraulic fluids and alcohols due to its excellent resistance to these applications|
|Silicone||-30°C to +180°C||Due to the high working temperature, this liner material is selected for hot water and hot air. Can also be used for food and beverage but isn't recommended unless replaced frequently|
|PTFE on Silicone||-30°C to +180°C||Resistant to chemical and corrosive applications|
|Disc||Typical Media Applications|
|Stainless steel||Predominantly selected due to its versatility, durability and quality|
|Ductile iron ENP||Cost efficient option for when stainless steel isn't required and for general applications|
|Aluminium bronze||Suitable for marine, sea water and abrasive applications. Please note, with abrasive applications, the valve will still need to be replaced frequently dependent on the media|