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Unpressurised enclosures shall be designed to remain unpressurised also in case of malfunction or failure.
EN – European Standards
The final leakage values at 0,55 MPa 5,5 bar shall not exceed the rates given in Table A. Industrial valves – Actuators – Part 2: Dimensions, tolerances and designation ISO Key a 5,5 for M5 or 6,5 for M6 1 level 1 2 rn 2 Figure 5 — Dimensions of optional ancillaries bracket 4.
The actuator interface shall have 4 threaded holes according to Table 7 and 157143 4 see also EN Chemical plants, swimming pools, coastal shipyards.
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This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an identical text or by endorsement, at the latest 115714-3 Apriland conflicting national standards shall be withdrawn at the latest by April Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the 17514-3 Management Centre or to any CEN member.
C4 high Industrial areas and coastal areas with moderate salinity.
Connections shall be clearly identified with numbers 2 dn 4in accordance with ISO The position, location, orientation and form of the pressure connections shall be established by the manufacturer. This is usually associated with critical valve applications 157143. Industrial valves – Measurement, test and qualification procedures for fugitive emissions – Part 1: The following information is optional: C5-I very high — industrial Industrial areas with high humidity Buildings or areas with almost and aggressive atmosphere.
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Valve actuator family of standards EN 15714 -1,-2,-3 and -4
Industrial valves – Actuators – Part 4: BSI also holds the copyright, in theUK, of the publications of the international standardization bodies. To qualify a range of actuators, of the same design and of the same action, manufactured under the same process and from the same or equivalent materials, the type tests may be carried out on a limited number of sizes by applying the following rule: The final leakage values at 0,55 MPa 5,5 bar shall not exceed the rates given in Table A.
It does not apply to pneumatic actuators which are integral parts of control valves.
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The minimum test pressure for 115714-3 parts shall be 1,43 times the maximum allowable pressure. The relationship between air volume V and dimensions of connections “2” and “4” are given as guidelines. It is the constant aim of BSI to improve the quality of our products and services.
Pneumatic part-turn actuators for industrial valves – Basic requirements Robinetterie industrielle – Actionneurs – Partie 3: Maximum allowable stem torque limitation MAST. Connections shall be clearly identified with numbers 2 and 4in sn with ISO This publication does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract.
It does not apply to 1571-3 actuators which are integral parts of control valves. Users are responsible for its correct application. The actuator shall be properly marked to indicate the type of thread.
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