Zero Offset Butterfly Valve Suppliers and Manufacturers
Choosing the right valve is essential for a successful operation of any flow system that needs to control liquid flow. How do butterfly valves work and what differentiates them from each other you may be wondering? Each offset valve has functionality and benefits of their own. Read our blog to see zero offset butterfly valves will aid in getting the job done!
Zero Offset Butterfly Valve Introduction
The most common butterfly valve is the zero offset style, most often referred to as concentric or “resilient seated“. The disc rotates around the center axis allowing for a potential 360º rotation. Sealing is achieved by the Disc deforming the soft seal resulting in full friction through the full operating cycle.
Zero offset butterfly valves are used for liquid and gas applications up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and 250 PSI. The stem and disc of these valves are centered in the valve seat which is centered in the body of the valve. This valve can handle chemicals, coatings, food, some solids, and abrasive applications. An advantage of using a zero offset valve is that the media going through the valve will not contact the body since the seat of the valve covers the body.
The zero offset butterfly valve is available in epoxy coated cast iron and stainless steel with multiple seat materials such as Buna, EPDM, VITON, Teflon, Natural rubber and others.
Choose The Best Zero Offset Butterfly Valve Supplier & Manufacturer in China
Choosing the right valve for your operation can be a tough decision. Before making your purchase, contact our team of specialists at Butterfly Valves and Controls to help you find the valve that best suits your needs.