AMM780 Butterfly Damper Valve - High Temperature

AMM780 Butterfly Damper Valve - High Temperature

AMM780 Butterfly Damper Valve for on/off and modulating service. Maximum working temperature is up to 1000°C. Maximum working pressure is up to 3 bar. AMM780 has a diameter range from DN 50 to DN 1000 (DN above 1000 upon request).

End connections: wafer or flanged PN6, PN10, ANSI 150, butt weld or according to customer drawing. Outside bushing. Tightness class I, II and III according to FCI 70-2 (ex ANSI B16.104). Max leakage class III (FCI 70-2). It is operated by handlever, pneumatic or electric actuators. Designed for Insulation 250 mm.

AMM780 Butterfly Damper Valve is suitable for many different applications:
- Fluids: Air, Gas and Fumes
- CHP and Incineration Plants
- Biomass and Biogas and Renewable Energy Plants
- Steel Industry and Furnaces
- Glass Industry
- Air Pollution and Filtration
- Power Plants
- Heat recovery systems
- Boilers and Burners
- Chemical Industry
- Oil and Gas
- Thermal Oxidizers

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Anders Praem
Inside Sales Engineer
Phone. +45 2137 7759

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Materials 310 SS, 321 SS, Inconel, Others upon request
Applicable Standards Designed according to EN 12516-1, EN 736-1, EN 736-2 , EN 736-3 , EN 1349 , EN 593 , ASME B16.34
Materials according to EN 1503-1, EN 1503-2
End Connections as per EN 1092-1, ASME B16.5
Marking according to EN 19
Certified Welding Procedures according to UNI EN 287-1
Applicable Directives Declaration of Conformity in Compliance with Machinery Directive 2006/42/CE
Declaration of Conformity in Compliance with Directive PED 97/23/CE
Declaration of Conformity in Compliance with Directive ATEX 94/9/CE
Group II Category 3 for Zone 2 Gas and 22 Dust (II 3 GD)
Test According to AMMtech Quality Control Plan QCP00
According to ANSI/FCI70-2, EN 12266-1, EN 12266-2, EN 60534
Driving Systems Pneumatic and Electric Actuators according to EN 15714-1, EN 15714-2, EN 15714-3
Actuators End Connections as per EN ISO 5210, EN ISO 5211

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