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Cameron Full Welded Body Ball Valves

Cameron Full Welded Body Ball Valves

Cameron Full Welded Body Ball Valves

Hello all,
Cameron ball valves. What does generally differences between type 30, type 31 and type 32?.
Type 31, is it standard trunnion valves soft seal seats with double block and bleed, SPE seat design (self-relieving) + rotating seats (standard API6D)? What is the advantage of these valves over others? Thank you for explain.

RE: Cameron Full Welded Body Ball Valves


One thing that jumps out at me right away is the pressure classes they apply to:

CAMERON T31 Fully Welded Body Ball Valves
satisfy ASME 150 through 2500

CAMERON T32 Fully Welded Body Ball Valves
satisfy ASME 150 through 900

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I hope this helps

MSI Supply, Inc.

RE: Cameron Full Welded Body Ball Valves

First please define what other valves you are comparing them to.

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