Top Entry Ball Valves - E60T

These types of valves are being used for Natural Gas and Crude Oil Pipelines, NG Pipeline Pig Stations, Compressor and Measuring Stations, RMS Pressure Regulating and Measuring Stations for above & underground applications. Generally used between -46°C up to 100°C. PSL2 level can be obtained upon request and it can be manufactured with various materials.

SIL 2 & 3 certified. When required it can be manufactured from special material according to NACE corrosion standards and/or temperature class.

Top Entry Ball Valves are mainly used in pipelines. It is directly connected to the pipeline by welding. Although the general features are same with Full Welded or Split Body Ball Valves, the biggest difference is that the ball can get in or get out from the top of the valve which makes it possible to carry out maintenance, repair and to replace spare parts without removing the valve from pipeline. Other features are similar with Full Welded and Split Body Ball Valves.

Application Area

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Pipeline

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Storage

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Water Works

Functions

ESDV - LBV - SOV - BDV - SDV - MOV - MAN - Process Valve Systems

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Vastas Figure E60T

Type
Top Entry Ball Valves

NPS
3"-48"

DN
80-1200

Class
150-1500#

Ball Valves - E60T Technical Drawing - Vastas

Features

Forged Steel for NPS 1/2 - 3
One Pieces Cast Steel Body for NPS 3 and Above
Double Block & Bleed (DBB)
Trunnion Ball (TB)
Emergency Sealant Injection, Stem (& Seat optional)
Anti Static Device (ASD)
Above Ground (AG) or Underground (UG)
Full Bore (FB) or Reduced Bore (RB)
Fire Safe Design (FSD)
Body Drain & Vent
Blow-Out Proof Stem

Standards

» Design API 6D, ISO 14313, ASME B16.34
» Face to Face size ASME B16.10
» End Type, Flanged, ASME B16.5 & B16.47
» NACE MR0175, MR0103 (optional)
» Fire safe valve design, according to API 607 and ISO 10497

Operators

» Lever Operated
» Gearbox (G)
» Electric Actuators (E)
» Spring Return Pneumatic Act. (GC, GL, GN, GF)
» Gas Over Oil Actuators (GO, GS, GI)