Industrial Diverter Valves and Gates:
K-Tron Diverter Valves direct material from one source to multiple destinations. The cylindrical, cast housing provides a smooth, low resistance path for the conveying air and material. One outlet is in line with the inlet, and the other is offset 30 degrees. The diverter valve is ideal for use in pressure systems.
Diverter Valve Materials of Conctruction
Diverter Valves are available with the housing constructed of iron, aluminum, or stainless steel. The cast metal diverting gate is offered in carbon or stainless steel. A polyurethane flapper, retained between the two halves of the metal diverting gate, seals the unused leg of the valve during operation.
Diverter Valve Sizes, Options
Diverter Valves are available for 2", 3", 4", 5", and 6" O. D. tube and pipe line sizes. They may be equipped with either manual, motorized, or air-cylinder actuators. The unit is designed to function efficiently when installed in a series with other valves, and may be installed at any angle. The valve operates at pressures up to 20 PSIG (1,4 bar) and temperatures up to 200° F (~95°C).
- Tunnel Diverter Valves
- "A" Shaped Diverter Valves
- Aeropass Diverter Valves
- In-line Hopper Diverter Valves
- Gate Diverter Valves
- Ball Valves
- Butterfly Gates
- Gravity Slide Gates
- Orifice Slide Gates, Adapters, and Service Inlets
- Maintenance Gates
Tunnel Diverter Valves
K-Tron Tunnel Diverter Valves are designed for use in pressure or vacuum systems to divert or converge pellets, granulars, fine powders, or abrasive materials. Fast, easy seal replacement minimizes maintenance downtime.
The seals can be accessed without disturbing the valve’s supported, installed position – and without removing the housing, rotor or bearings.
The seals can be replaced by one person without moving the unit from its supported, installed position. Removing the stub and sleeve enables access to all seals. The seals are replaced without disturbing the housing, rotor, or bearings.
‘A’ Shaped Diverter Valves
K-Tron ‘A’ Valves divert a material stream into one of two destinations, and are designed for gravity drop installations where no pressure differential exists across the inlet and outlet.
K-Tron Aeropass Diverter Valves
K-Tron Aeropass Valves are designed to divert material directly into a hopper. The valve’s height enables its use in low-clearance areas. Aeropass Valves mount directly on top of a hopper, simplifying system design and requiring a lower initial investment. Immediate shutoff of material, when the hopper is full, makes the Aeropass Valve ideally suited for scaling applications.
Aeropass Valves are easy to maintain, and are efficient in pressure and vacuum applications. Since the valve is mounted on top of a bin or scale hopper, material can be directed to any number of destinations that have an Aeropass Valve, without the need for branch entry lines.
When the destination hopper calls for material, the Aeropass Valve diverts to the 90° position. The material and air are directed into the hopper, where a scroll cyclonically separates them. The material stays in the hopper, and the air passes back to the source tank for venting. This eliminates the need for separate filtering on each of the destinations.
In-line Hopper Diverter Valves
K-Tron Flap Diverter Valves (In-line Hopper Diverter Valves) direct material from one source to multiple destinations. The cylindrical, cast housing provides a smooth, low resistance path for the conveying air and material.
One outlet is in line with the inlet, and the other is offset 30 degrees. The diverter valve is ideal for use in pressure systems.
Pneumatic Conveying Flap Diverter Valve Features
- Single or double solenoid
- Magnetic proximity proof switches for both gate positions
- Abrasion protector extends the life of the polyurethane seal
- Low pressure drop minimizes velocity change through valve
- Enclosure ratings of IP56 NEMA 4X and NEMA 9 are standard, with NEMA 7 optional
Flap Diverter Valve Materials of Construction
Flap Diverter Valves are available with the housing constructed of iron, aluminum, or stainless steel. The cast metal diverting gate is offered in carbon or stainless steel. A polyurethane flapper, retained between the two halves of the metal diverting gate, seals the unused leg of the valve during operation.
K-Tron butterfly gates are used to control gravity flow discharge from storage bins and hoppers. In addition, they are well suited to controlling the air-only lines in pneumatic conveying systems. The standard gate is suitable for applications with pressure differentials up to 1.7 Bar (25 PSI) and a temperature range of -23 to 82ºC (-10 to 180ºF).
ACTUATION: Manually operated butterfly gates are lever-type units with 90 degrees of travel. Air actuated assemblies require a 6.2 Bar (90 psi), clean, dry compressed air supply.
SOLENOIDS: Solenoid valves, requiring either 125 VAC or 24 VDC control power, are used to control the air actuator on gates which are so equipped. A single solenoid powers the gate in one direction; when the current is interrupted, the gate returns to the original position. The standard gate is configured to open when powered and close when power is removed. The opposite configauration can also be accomplished. A double solenoid is used to power both directions. Normally used for gates required to remain open for extended periods, the gate remains in the last actuated position in the absence of power.
PROOF SWITCHES: Premier butterfly gates can be equipped with postion proof switches. Single-pole double-throw (SPDT) switches provide one set of contacts for each position, are adequate for all postion information required by the control panel, and should be selected unless a special requirement for DPDT switches exist. With two sets of contacts for each position, DPDT switches are used to control an additional device or pilot light without going through the main control panel.
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