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Different types of 2 Way Manifold Valves?

 

For the pressure transmitter, a 2-way valve manifold is used. One block valve and one drain or test valve make up a conventional 2-way valve manifold. Let's begin. 

Characteristics of the 2 way manifold valve

Techtube proposes to you the best manifold valves to create your work go smoothly and with a cycle without any leakage of fluids or gases. There are some of the characteristics of these 2 way manifold valves and they are: 

  • A wide range of materials is offered.
  • Low-torque operation with a high-pressure level There is up to 15000 ps available. 
  • Compact design heck Valve comes with Male/Female NPT (National Pipe Taper), BSPT (British Standard Pipe Taper), and BSPP (British Standard Parallel Pipe) end connectors, as well as dust caps.

 

Types of 2 way Manifold valves 

Direct Connect or inline 2 way Manifold valve 

Direct connect 2-way manifolds have female or male process connections and are also known as inline, block and bleed, and block and bleed 2-way manifolds. To connect this type of manifold to transmitters, a male National Pipe Taper(NPT) is used.
 

For these manifolds, only a 2-valve panel with a 12" NPT(National pipe taper) process connection is available. Female process connections are common on these manifolds, although male process connections are also accessible.
 

Coplanar 2 way Manifold Valve 

2-valve assembly coplanar manifolds with direct process connection on a coplanar manifold

On a coplanar manifold, a 2-valve system with a direct process connection

Coplanar manifolds have a process connection that comes in from the bottom, avoiding the requirement for a process flange. They're available with two valves and a two-valve gas metering setup. Process connection sizes of 12" and 14" are offered on coplanar manifolds.

 

Traditional 2 Way Manifold Valve

Traditional manifolds have a side connector. It's feasible to get them with two valves. Some traditional manifolds need a flange, whereas others do not. These manifolds come with 12" and 14" technique connectors.
 

Conventional 2 way Manifold Valve

Conventional Manifolds are a kind of 2 way manifold that has been around for an extended time. A traditional manifold has a 2-valve structure. If you need a totalizer manifold on the flank of a process flange rather than instantly on a pressure transmitter detector, you'll be required to utilize a normal manifold. Choice and traditional flanges are words used to characterize these flanges. There are two-valve conventional manifolds available. On the device side, there is a 2 18" center-to-center association.

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