50-2 NGCV - Natural Gas Control Valve

50-2 NGCV - Natural Gas Control Valve

A Straight Pattern body suitable for use in:

  • Industrial Applications
  • High prerssure and temperature service environments
  • Power Plants
  • Petrochemical Plants
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50-2 NGCV - Natural Gas Control Valve

Gas Control Valve: Purpose & Functionality

A gas control valve is a flow control device that can be found on any appliance that uses gas. They’re available in a variety of materials such as aluminium, copper, brass, stainless steel, and even plastic. They also come in a variety of different designs, such as angle, butterfly, ball, block and bleed, globe, and many more. A gas control valve is vital for safe operation or any gas appliance.  

Gas Control Valve Applications

Gas control valves are used in many industrial, commercial and residential applications. Useful for many requirements, gas control valves are ideal for on/off, modulation, and control applications. 

  • Aerospace
  • Agricultural
  • Automotive
  • Commercial
  • Construction
  • Cryogenic
  • Fire service
  • Food service
  • Flood control
  • Food processing
  • Irrigation
  • Maritime
  • Medical
  • Mining
  • Petroleum
  • Power generation

Product Specifications

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PN 10 - 160
DN 15 - 600
Class 150 -900
NPS 1/2 -24
Temperature Rating -10°C up to +200°C
Shell Materials Cast Carbon Steel Low and High temp.
Cast Carbon Steel
Cast Stainless Steel
High Chromium Cast Stainless Steel
Connections Flanged ends
Butt welding ends
other connections as required
Operation handwheel, lever, electric-, hydraulic- and pneumatic actuators
What causes gas control valve failure?Arrow
Although gas control valves failing is a rare occurrence, some common culprits can cause failure. It’s possible the valve may have simply worn out or may be damaged due to seepage or submersion. But usually, the thermocouple could be worn or there is a glitch in the circuit or one of the electronic gas ignition components. If it is the thermocouple, it’s a relatively easy fix without much expense. 
What is the life cycle of a gas control valve?Arrow
Gas valves are built to withstand a large number of life cycles. Generally, it can be as much as 60,000 life cycles.

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