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      Kammer Control Valves - Introduction

      Controls valves are used to very accurately throttle the flow of gas or liquid in a pipeline. They are used as part of a larger control system to maintain a desired characteristic, be it a set temperature, product mix ratio, pressure etc. The control valve is operated by a pneumatic actuator that in turn is controlled by some form of feedback loop, for example a simple pressure or temperature transponder to a complex site wide integrated computerised control system.

      Each control valve process application would typically have a minimum and maximum flow requirement, the range of Kammer control valves are available with a wide choice of ‘trims’ to provide the required flow control. By carefully selecting the right port and spindle design the right flow characteristics can be achieved. Several different trims are available for each size of valve.

      The Kammer control valve is linear in operation based on the globe valve principle where the stem is lifted or lowered into the seat to allow more or less flow.

      The valve body is fully lined in thick walled PFA providing the best all round corrosion protection, they are lined in the same facility as the Atomac ball valves in Ahaus Germany so have a great heritage utilising the latest high quality fluoropolymer moulding processes. Where there is a concern of static build up within the valves, the lining can be supplied in static dissipating PFA.

      The stem is sealed using a specially designed modified PTFE bellows and is TA-Luft certified - ISO 15848 part 1 / Class B-C. Each bellows seal is tested at 120 degrees C to 6 barg to prove integrity.

      The valve size range starts at DN15 / ½”NB up to DN150 / 6”NB and is available with DIN PN 10/16 or ASME 150 flanges. The valve  has machined 'T' slots within the body anchoring the lining to the casting and so is suitable for use from full vacuum to 16 barg whilst the temperature range is -29 to + 200 degrees C. (Please consult the temperature / pressure chart for more info).

      All valves are specially manufactured to order but Kammer keep extensive stocks of the component parts at their facility in Essen Germany so we are still able to offer short delivery times.

      For further information please contact our sales office on 01706 756400 or email enquiry@crp.co.uk


      Contact Details

      Corrosion Resistant Products Ltd
      Todmorden Road
      OL15 9EG

      Phone: +44(0)1706 756400
      Fax: +44(0)1706 379567