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Double Eccentric VS concetric Butterfly valves

Double Eccentric VS concetric Butterfly valves

Double Eccentric VS concetric Butterfly valves

Dear Engineers / designers / experts ;

where is the cases/applications you propose double eccentric butterfly valves or concentric ? and why ?
am talking about (( TSE lines - potable water lines - sewage plant , etc .. sizes from 300mm to 2000MM


RE: Double Eccentric VS concetric Butterfly valves

Hi Hyari,

A tip to you (and others) is to use the eng.-tips forums own search engine to see what is already given in previous answers (push the search button beside the forum button under the questions headline).

Relevant thread could for instance be
thread408-374003: Valve selection
thread408-289032: Butterfly Valve Question
thread408-373637: Current and future trends for the butterfly industry
thread408-321955: Disc type in butterfly valves ... and others.

I will be happy to try to answer if you have additional questions


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