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Butterfly Valves


MDC Europe butterfly valves require only one-quarter turn rotation of the handle to go from fully open to the fully closed position. In the DN 16CF and DN 16KF flange series, a spring loaded ball bearing becomes seated in an indent providing a positive mechanical stop. All other size valves employ a roll pin stop method. These quick-acting butterfly valves feature an improved sealing action. The opening in the body of the valve has been machined at a slight angle to the plane of the flapper. The flapper is set to rotate slightly off-centre. On closure, this causes the sealing pressure to be applied more uniformly all around the 0-ring. A reliable, positive seal is made and the tendency of previous designs to roughen the surface of the 0 -ring and eject it from its groove is eliminated. MDC Europe butterfly valves are low outgassing. All internal surfaces are machined from solid stainless steel bar stock. The handle is made of aluminium. A small 0-ring on the stem prevents shaft leakage. The valves are offered with a choice of CF ultrahigh vacuum metal-seal flanges or ISO KF 0 -ring seal flanges.
  • Quick open I quick close with positive locks
  • Positive Viton® 0-ring vacuum seal
  • Type 304 stainless steel valve body
  • High conductance
  • Choice of CF or KF Flange


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 Flanges 304ss
 Knob Aluminum
 O-rings Viton® elastomer
Vacuum range 1.3x 10-8 m bar
Temperature Rating 150°C open/ 125°C closed
Weight and dimensions see table
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