Lined wafer butterfly valve

Lined butterfly valves provide excellent sealing capability and strength for industrial, chemical, and food processing applications. These lined valve are designed to withstand tough operating conditions and their lined construction prevents degradation from corrosive media. Lining material has, pfa lined butterfly valve, Teflon lined butterfly valves, ptfe lined butterfly valve, EPDM lined butterfly valve, NBR lined butterfly valve. The lining material is available in a variety of options to ensure that the ptfe coated butterfly valve can handle most working environments. The lining protects both the internal mechanical components and external surfaces of the butterfly valve from damage or degradation due to aggressive materials or high temperature/pressure applications. Our selection of lined valve are designed for maximum performance and durability, providing you with reliable operation in your system. Browse our range of ptfe valves today and contact us if you need help selecting the perfect product for your application!

What industries typically use a lined butterfly valves?

PFA lined butterfly valves are used in many industries to provide reliable operation and long service life in corrosive and highly toxic environments. It is suitable for both high purity process applications and harsh chemical services. The lining material itself is inert to most chemicals, including strong acids, alkalis, solvents, refrigerants, as well as other fluids that would normally be incompatible with traditional metals such as carbon steel or stainless steel.

Therefore, it is commonly used across a variety of industries including petrochemical production plants; pulp and paper mills; power plants; refineries; tanks containing liquids in the pharmaceutical industry like alcohols (including ethyl alcohol), chlorinated compounds (such as trichloroethylene) or ketones (such as acetone); liquid ammonia manufacturing processes etc. This makes them useful in practically any industrial environment where corrosion-resistant valves are required.
Teflon lined butterfly valves are usually smaller than ball valves making them an ideal choice for use in tight spaces where flanged connections are not available or feasible due to limited space constraints. They have the ability to perform at extremes of temperature (-100°C - 260°C) which further increases their utility across multiple Industrial sectors from Oil & Gas pipelines to Pharmaceutical processing units depending upon the application requirements of course!

What are the benefits of using a lined butterfly valve?

PTFE seat butterfly valves are an extremely popular option in many industries due to their ability to provide superior protection against corrosion, wear, and friction. They feature a special design which allows for tight seal closure and long-term reliability. This type of valve is made up of two main components – the sealing disc (or butterfly) and liner (which may be PTFE).

The primary benefit of using a pfa lined butterfly valve is its ability to handle aggressive substances that other materials cannot survive. Its unique combination of PTFE liner and durable metal construction can withstand harsh chemical environments such as acids, caustic solutions, solvents and gas mixtures without degrading over time. Since the internal surface is made up entirely of PTFE, it provides excellent flow control characteristics with zero leakage at lower pressures when compared with standard rubber or thermoplastic liners found in traditional valves. The soft inner layer exhibits low friction coefficients which allow for smoother operation along with extended service life even under extreme temperature conditions ranging from -20°F (-29°C) to +500°F (260°C).

Additionally, since these valves are designed for easy assembly/disassembly operations they require no lubricants or special tools which leads to faster maintenance times especially during unanticipated shutdowns where cost savings can be realized through reduced labor costs without compromising integrity or safety standards. Due to the versatile nature of both metallic/non-metallic configurations available today this type of valve also fits a wide range applications including water treatment systems or highly corrosive chemical process plants were considerable health benefits could be achieved by reducing contact exposure between operators/maintenance personnel and hazardous substances when trigger events occur unexpectedly due to equipment failure or malfunctioning air operated actuators