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What are Butterfly Valves Used For?

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Butterfly valves are used in the pipes inside the building. One of the first reasons why it is so frequently preferred is its size. They can easily fit into the pipes. They are also perfectly sealed. As we mentioned above.
They are also generally cheaper than ball valves. Since the 1960s, they have reached a wide usage rate in a short time. Traceable butterfly valves are one of the accessories related to the automatic Sprinkler system. In order to ensure safety and to avoid errors, a signal can be sent to the control section. The traceable butterfly valve can be used to control the fire water pipe. The advantages of butterfly valves are that they can be opened and closed easily, because of their low pressure losses, high sealing, not heavy and less space. For this reason, butterfly valves can be used instead of steam valves in steam systems.
Why should you choose Butterfly Valve?
  • Lighter than other valves
  • Opening and closing are easier and the performance is higher than other valves.
  • Compared to other valves, the butterfly valve has less pressure loss.
  • It is more economical than other valves.
  • Provides 100% sealing.
  • It is easier to install, assemble and disassemble in piping.
  • Long service life,
  • Maintenance is simpler. and it is easy.
  • PN10 and PN 16 are used safely in pressurized processes
Butterfly Valve Usage Areas
  • Fire extinguishing systems
  • Water and waste water
  • Power stations
  • Compressor lines
  • Air handling units
  • Treatment centers
  • Heating-cooling lines
  • Petrochemical and chemical plants
  • Shipbuilding industry
  • Food industry
  • Gas and Exhaust lines
  • Paper industry