Emerson 24000F Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual
24000F Valves
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May 2012
Baumann™ 24000F Wafer Control Valve
Contents
Figure 1. 24000F Control Valve
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Scope of Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Air Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Lapping the Metal Seat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Replacing Packing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Actuator and Valve Body Reassembly . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Parts Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Dimensions and Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
W9762
24000F with
Baumann 32
Dual-Stop Actuator
W9763
24000F with Baumann 32 Actuator
and FIELDVUEt DVC2000
Digital Valve Controller
Introduction
The Baumann 24000F Wafer Body Control Valve (figures 1) mates with ASME and EN line flange connections and is
designed to control a wide range of process liquids, gases and vapors. This compact package provides the connection
integrity of flanged body globe valves while being significantly lighter and easier to install.
Scope of Manual
This instruction manual includes installation, maintenance, and parts information for the Baumann 24000F wafer body
control valve.
Do not install, operate, or maintain Baumann 24000F control valves without being fully trained and qualified in valve,
actuator, and accessory installation, operation, and maintenance. To avoid personal injury or property damage, it is
important to carefully read, understand, and follow all the contents of this manual, including all safety cautions and
warnings. If you have any questions about these instructions, contact your Emerson Process Management sales office
before proceeding.
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WARNING
Always wear protective gloves, clothing and eyewear when performing any installation operations to avoid personal
injury.
Personal injury or property damage caused by sudden release of pressure or bursting of pressure retaining parts may result
if service conditions exceed those for which the product was intended. To avoid injury or damage, provide a relief valve for
over pressure protection as required by government or accepted industry codes and good engineering practices.
Check with your process or safety engineer for any additional measures that must be taken to protect against process
media.
If installing into an existing application, also refer to the WARNING at the beginning of the Maintenance section in this
instruction manual.
CAUTION
This valve is intended for a specific range of pressures, temperatures and other application specifications. Applying
different pressures and temperatures to the valve could result in parts damage, malfunction of the control valve or loss of
control of the process. Do not expose this product to service conditions or variables other than those for which the product
was intended. If you are not sure what these conditions are you should contact your Emerson Process Management sales
office for more complete specifications. Provide the product serial numbers (shown on the nameplate) and all other
pertinent information.
WARNING
If you move or work on an actuator installed on a valve with loading pressure applied, keep your hands and tools away
from the stem travel path to avoid personal injury. Be especially careful when removing the stem connector to release all
loading on the actuator stem whether it be from air pressure on the diaphragm or compression in the actuator springs.
Likewise take similar care when adjusting or removing any optional travel stop. Refer to the relevant actuator Maintenance
Instructions.
If hoisting the valve, take care to prevent people from being injured in case the hoist or rigging slips. Be sure to use
adequate sized hoists and chains or slings to handle the valve.
WARNING
Personal injury could result from packing leakage. Valve packing is tightened before shipment; however, the packing
might require some readjustment to meet specific service conditions.
Maintenance
WARNING
Avoid personal injury and property damage from sudden release of process pressure or bursting of parts. Before
performing any maintenance operations:
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D Do not remove the actuator from the valve while the valve is still pressurized.
D Always wear protective gloves, clothing, and eyewear when performing any maintenance operations.
D Disconnect any operating lines providing air pressure, electric power, or a control signal to the actuator. Be sure the
actuator cannot suddenly open or close the valve.
D Use bypass valves or completely shut off the process to isolate the valve from process pressure. Relieve process pressure
on both sides of the valve. Drain the process media from both sides of the valve.
D Depending on the actuator construction, it will be necessary to manage the pneumatic actuator spring
pre-compression. It is essential to refer to the relevant actuator instructions in this manual to perform safe removal of
the actuator from the valve.
D Use lock-out procedures to be sure the above measures stay in effect while you work on the equipment.
D The valve packing box may contain process fluids that are pressurized, even when the valve has been removed from the
pipeline. Process fluids may spray out under pressure when removing the packing hardware or packing rings, or when
loosening the packing box pipe plug.
D Check with your process or safety engineer for any additional measures that must be taken to protect against process
media.
Note
Whenever a gasket seal is disturbed by removing or shifting gasketed parts, install a new gasket during reassembly. This provides a
good gasket seal because the used gasket may not seal properly.
WARNING
Avoid personal injury or property damage by thoroughly cleaning the line of all dirt, welding chips, scale, oil or grease, and
other foreign material. Failure to do so could result in damage to the seating and sealing surfaces of the valve and result in
damage to the valve and release of process materials.
Installation
1. Before installing the valve in the pipeline, thoroughly clean the line of all dirt, welding chips, scale, oil or grease, and
other foreign material.
2. Install the valve so the controlled fluid will flow through the valve body in the direction indicated by the arrow cast
on the valve body.
3. A three-valve bypass must be used to permit removal of the control valve from the line without shutting down the
system.
4. In case of a heat-insulated installation, insulate the valve body only, not the bonnet.
WARNING
To avoid personal injury or property damage, do not attempt to do any work on a valve while the system is in operation.
The valve must be isolated 100% from the active system and the isolated line voided of pressure and/or hazardous fluids.
Air Piping
1. For an air-to-extend actuator (air-to-close action), connect the actuating air pressure line to the 1/4 NPT opening in
the upper diaphragm case. For an air-to-retract actuator (air-to-open action) connect the actuating air pressure line
to the 1/4 NPT in the lower diaphragm case.
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2. Use 6.4 mm (1/4 inch) O.D. tubing or equivalent for all air lines. If air line exceeds 8 m (25 ft) in length, 9.5 mm (3/8
inch) tubing is preferred. Air lines must not leak. Air pressure not to exceed 2.5 bar (35 psig).
Disassembly
WARNING
If there is evidence of process fluid under pressure leaking from the joint, retighten the valve body/joint nuts. Return to the
Warning at the beginning of the Maintenance section to ensure proper steps have been taken to isolate the valve and
relieve process pressure.
CAUTION
D When assembling or disassembling the valve, do not turn the valve stem while the plug is touching the valve seat. This
will damage the valve's seating surfaces.
D When adjusting the valve stem, do not grip the stem directly with pliers or a wrench. This will damage the surface of the
stem, and cause damage to the packing in the valve. Instead, counter-tighten the two locknuts (key 27) on the stem
(key 5). This will allow you to turn the stem by turning the locknuts (key 27) with a wrench.
D When placing the valve in a vise, do not clamp the rounded sides of the valve. This will distort the shape of the casting,
and will ruin the valve.
Actuator Removal
Access to the internal components of the valve body can be accomplished with the actuator removed. For actuator
maintenance see the following instruction manual (Baumann Actuator Instructions, D103352X012).
Air-to-Close Actuators
1. Disconnect the air supply to the actuator and remove the air tubing.
2. Loosen the drive nut (key 9) and then remove the plug and stem (keys 4 and 5) assembly by holding the actuator
stem still while unthreading the plug and stem assembly counterclockwise.
3. Remove the stem locknuts (key 27), travel indicator (key 58), and yoke drive nut (key 9).
4. Remove the actuator from the valve.
Air-to-Open Actuators
1. Using flexible tubing, apply sufficient air pressure to the actuator to lift the plug off the seat.
2. Loosen the drive nut (key 9) and then remove the plug and stem (keys 4 and 5) assembly by holding the actuator
stem still while unthreading the plug and stem assembly counterclockwise.
3. Remove the stem locknuts (key 27), travel indicator (key 58), and yoke drive nut (key 9).
4. Remove the actuator from the valve.
5. Disconnect the air supply to the actuator and remove the air tubing.
Valve Body Disassembly
1. After removing the actuator, unscrew the bonnet (key 8), and plug and stem (keys 4 and 5) from valve body (key 1).
A new body gasket (key 49) should be installed each time the valve is disassembled.
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2. Loosen the packing spring load by removing the packing follower (key 10).
Remove the plug and stem assembly by pulling it out through the bottom of the bonnet (key 8) while rotating the
stem (key 5). This will help prevent damage to the packing components.
Note
Handle the parts carefully to avoid damaging the seating and guiding surfaces. Wipe the parts with a clean soft cloth and examine
for signs of wear or damage.
3. To remove the seat ring (key 2), use a 5/8 inch socket wrench. Clean the seat ring thoroughly and examine for signs
of wear or damage.
4. Low Flow Trims:
a. For Baumann 151 trim (figure 5) unscrew the seat subassembly. When reassembling, hand tighten the
subassembly (key 51) and then rotate 1/8 of a turn with the 5/8 inch socket to lock in place.
Note
If changing to Baumann 151 trim, for correct flow characteristics, be sure the valve is reversed in the pipeline so that flow direction
is flow-to-close.
b. For Baumann 177 trim (figure 6) unscrew the retainer nut (key 24) using a 3/4 inch socket wrench. Remove the
gland (key 23) and insert (key 25). Replace the insert (key 25), making sure that the tapered portion faces up. If
replacement of the housing (key 26) is required, use a 5/8 inch socket wrench.
Lapping the Valve Seat
If valve seat leakage becomes excessive, it may be necessary to lap the valve seat.
Lapping is the process of mating the valve plug to the seat ring, with an abrasive to produce a close fit. When valve seat
leakage becomes excessive, lapping becomes necessary. The plug and seat ring seating surfaces should be free of
large scratches or dents and the contact surface of the seats should be as narrow as possible.
1. Disassemble the valve body and remove the plug and stem assembly (keys 4 and 5) as directed in the previous Valve
Body Disassembly section in this instruction manual.
2. Use a good quality lapping compound with a mixture that contains 280 to 600 grit. Apply at several spots around
the plug seating surface. Replace the plug and stem carefully in the bonnet.
3. Install the bonnet (key 8) into the valve body, without gasket and hand tighten. The bonnet will serve as a guide
during the lapping operation.
4. Lap the valve by applying a slight pressure on the stem and rotate the stem in short oscillating strokes
approximately 8 to 10 times or until you see an even and complete lap line. The plug should be intermittently lifted
and turned 90 degrees while lapping to keep the plug and seat ring concentric.
5. Clean the valve seat and plug (key 4) thoroughly when lapping is complete, removing all traces of lapping
compound.
6. For the NPS 1 integral seat body, inspect internal seating surface for wear or damage and replace if necessary.
Replacing Packing
Refer to figure 2 and the standard and optional packing constructions (figures 7, 8, and 9) to determine the packing
that has been preinstalled in your valve.
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1. Disassemble the valve as directed earlier. Remove the locknuts (key 27) and indicator disk (key 58), and turn the
plug stem (key 5) out through the packing box. Remove the packing follower (key 10). Push out the old packing
(key 14) by working from the underside of the bonnet (key 8).
2. Standard Spring Loaded PTFE V-Ring Packing (figures 2 and 7): Carefully insert each piece in exact order shown in
figure 7. Turn the packing follower (key 10) until it shoulders on the bonnet (key 8). This will compress the packing
spring (key 6) to enable constant stem sealing throughout packing life.
3. Molded Graphite Ribbon Packing (figure 8): Carefully insert each piece in exact order shown in figure 8. Hand
tighten the packing follower (key 10). Use a wrench to increase tightness by turning the follower an additional 60
degrees.
4. ENVIRO-SEALt Packing (figure 9): Carefully insert each piece in exact order as shown in figure 9. Tighten the
packing follower (key 10) until the Belleville springs are compressed. This will be signaled by a significant increase in
resistance. Back off the follower 1/8 to 1/4 turn. A gap of approximately 1.5 mm (1/16 inch) between the packing
follower and the bonnet will ensure the packing is seated properly.
Actuator and Valve Body Reassembly
1. Insert a new valve body gasket (key 49) and install the bonnet assembly (key 8).
2. Place the actuator yoke over the stem (key 5). While tilting the actuator back, drop the yoke drive nut (key 9) over
the stem (key 5). Run the locknuts (key 27), and the travel indicator (key 58), down as far as possible and counter
tighten the locknuts (key 27) to lock.
3. Carefully position the actuator over the stem (key 5), lift the plug stem (key 5) and turn the plug stem (key 5) into
the actuator stem as far as it will go before adjusting the bench range.
See the following instruction manual (Baumann Actuator Instructions, D103352X012) for reassembly and bench
range adjustment.
CAUTION
When assembling or disassembling the valve, do not turn the valve stem while the plug is in contact with the valve seat.
This can damage the seating surface very quickly.
WARNING
To avoid personal injury or equipment damage due to possible sudden shifting or falling of the valve assembly, do not lift
the valve assembly by the handwheel.
Parts Ordering
When corresponding with your Emerson Process Management sales office about this equipment, always mention the
valve serial number. When ordering replacement parts, also specify the key number, part name, and desired material
using the following parts tables.
WARNING
Use only genuine Fisherr replacement parts. Components that are not supplied by Emerson Process Management should
not, under any circumstances, be used in any Fisher valve, because they may void your warranty, might adversely affect the
performance of the valve, and could cause personal injury and property damage.
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Figure 2. Baumann 24000F Valve Body with Standard Bonnet and NPS 1 Integral Seat
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Figure 3. Baumann 24000F Valve Body with Extension Bonnet and Screwed-In Seat Ring
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Table 1. Baumann 24000F Common Parts(1)
KEY
NO.
1
4*
VALVE SIZE
QTY
1
1
9
1
10
1
14
1
27
2
DN 20 (NPS 3/4)
DN 25 (NPS 1)
Part Number
Part Number
Part Number
Screwed Seat
24511
24518
24524
Integral Seat
N/A
N/A
24521
REMARKS
Valve Body
Plug (Metal Seat)
1
8
DN 15 (NPS 1/2)
DESCRIPTION
See table 2
Plug (Soft Seat)
See table 3
Standard
24516-3
24516-3
Extension
24856
24856
24529
Yoke Drive Nut
011757-003-153
011757-003-153
011757-003-153
Packing Follower
24490-1
24490-1
24490-1
Bonnet
Packing Kit (standard)
24494T001
Packing Kit (optional)
Lock Nut
49*
1
Body Gasket
58
1
Travel Indicator
24522-3
See page 13
971514-002-250
971514-002-250
24513
24513
971514-002-250
24156
24513-1
24513-1
24156-1
24299
24299
24299
1. Contact your Emerson Process Management sales office for part number, price, and delivery on optional valve and trim materials (N10276, N08020, and N04400)
For Extension Bonnet Construction
Substitute
*Recommended spare parts
-104 for -101
-105 for -102
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Table 2. Plug and Seat Ring for Metal Seat
KEY
NO.
DESCRIPTION
PLUG TYPE
Metal Seat,
Micro Trim
(Linear)
PLUG
NO.
102
ORIFICE
DIAMETER
mm (Inch)
6.3 (0.25)
6.3 (0.25)
Metal Seat
(Equal %)
548
(416 SST)
9.5 (0.375)
20.6
(0.8125)
6.3 (0.25)
4*
Plug & Stem
Assy
Metal Seat
(Equal %)
588
9.5 (0.375)
20.6
(0.8125)
6.3 (0.25)
Metal Seat
(Linear)
648
(416 SST)
9.5 (0.375)
20.6
(0.8125)
6.3 (0.25)
Metal Seat
(Linear)
688
9.5 (0.375)
20.6
(0.8125)
2*
Seat Ring
VALVE SIZE
Cv
Kv
0.02(1)
0.017(1)
GE46385X012
0.05(1)
0.043(1)
GE46386X012
0.1(1)
0.086
GE46387X012
0.2(1)
0.17(1)
GE46388X052
0.2(1)
0.17(1)
GE46393X012
0.5(1)
0.43(1)
GE46394X012
1.0
0.86
GE46392X012
1.5
1.29
24634-6-101-548
2.0
1.72
2.5
2.15
---
---
24171-12-101-548
DN 15 (NPS 1/2)
24171-12-101-548
DN 25 (NPS 1)
---
4
3.44
---
---
24185-6-101-548
6.5
5.59
---
---
24061-5-101-548
0.2(1)
0.17(1)
GE46390X012
0.5(1)
0.43(1)
GE46391X012
1.0
0.86
GE46389X012
1.5
1.29
24634-101-588
2.0
1.72
2.5
2.15
---
---
24171-101-588
24171-101-588
---
4
3.44
---
---
24185-101-588
6.5
5.59
---
---
24061-101-588
0.5
0.43
1.0
0.86
GE46397X012
1.5
1.29
24669-1-101-648
2.0
1.72
2.5
2.15
---
---
24671-2-101-648
GE46398X012
24671-2-101-648
---
4
3.44
---
---
24757-5-101-648
6.5
5.59
---
---
24717-3-101-648
0.5
0.43
1.0
0.86
GE46395X012
1.5
1.29
24669-101-688
2.0
1.72
2.5
2.15
---
---
24671-101-688
4
3.44
---
---
24757-101-688
6.5
5.59
---
---
24717-101-688
GE46396X012
24671-101-688
---
9.5 mm (0.375 in) Orifice Diameter, 316 SST
24167
9.5 mm (0.375 in) Orifice Diameter, 416 SST
24167-3
1. Matching seat ring (key 2) must be furnished with replacement plug orders.
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Table 3. Plug and Seat Ring for Soft Seat
KEY
NO.
DESCRIPTION
PLUG
NO.
PLUG TYPE
ORIFICE
DIAMETER
mm (Inch)
9.5 (0.375)
PTFE Seat
(Equal %)
577
20.6 (0.8125)
4*
Plug/Stem
PTFE Seat
(Linear)
677
9.5 (0.375)
20.6 (0.8125)
2*
Seat Ring
VALVE SIZE
Cv
Kv
1.0
0.86
1.5
1.29
2.0
1.72
2.5
2.15
---
---
24609-101-577
DN 15 (NPS 1/2)
DN 20 (NPS 3/4)
DN 25 (NPS 1)
24893-101-577
24796-101-577
24609-101-577
---
4
3.4
---
---
24010-2-101-577
6.5
5.6
---
---
24010-101-577
0.1
0.086
24660-101-677
0.2
0.172
24625-101-677
0.5
0.43
24617-101-677
1.0
0.86
2.0
1.72
2.5
2.15
---
4
3.4
---
24631-101-677
24656-101-677
-----
24656-101-677
---
24010-1-101-677
6.3 mm (0.25 in) Orifice Diameter
24161
9.5 mm (0.375 in) Orifice Diameter
24167
Figure 4. Baumann 24000F Trims
102 Linear
Low Flow Trim
W9747
*Recommended spare parts
151 Modified Equal %
Low Flow Trim
W9751
W9748
648 / 677 / 688
Linear Trim
548 / 577 / 588
Equal % Trim
177 Modified Equal %
Low Flow Trim
W9749
W9750
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Figure 5. Optional 151 Low Flow Trim Assembly
Figure 6. Optional 177 Low Flow Trim Assembly
E1270
E1271
Table 4. Plug and Seat for Baumann 151 Trim
KEY
NO.
DESCRIPTION
Plug & Stem
Assy
4*
PLUG TYPE
Modified
Equal % Low
Flow
51*
PLUG
SERIES
151
ORIFICE
DIAMETER
mm (Inch)
3.96 (0.156)
VALVE SIZE
Cv
Kv
0.00013
0.0001
24151-2-101-151
0.00025
0.0002
24151-3-101-151
0.0005
0.0004
24151-4-101-151
0.001
0.0009
24151-5-101-151
0.002
0.0017
24151-6-101-151
0.004
0.003
24151-7-101-151
0.008
0.007
24151-8-101-151
0.015
0.013
24151-9-101-151
0.03
0.026
24151-10-101-151
0.06
0.052
24151-11-101-151
0.1
0.86
24151-12-101-151
0.2
0.17
24151-24-101-151
0.45
0.39
24151-25-101-151
DN 15 (NPS 1/2)
Seat Sub-Assembly
DN 20 (NPS 3/4)
DN 25 (NPS 1)
24151-20
Table 5. Plug and Seat for Baumann 177 Trim
KEY
NO.
DESCRIPTION
ORIFICE
DIAMETER
mm (Inch)
Seat Sub-Assembly (See table 6)
PLUG TYPE
2*
Plug & Stem
Assy
4*
Low Flow
PLUG
SERIES
177
7.9 (0.3125)
Cv
VALVE SIZE
Kv
DN 15 (NPS 1/2)
24241
0.0005
0.0004
24598-101-177
0.001
0.0009
24597-101-177
0.002
0.0017
24594-101-177
0.005
0.004
24595-101-177
0.01
0.009
24596-101-177
0.02
0.017
24621-10-101-177
0.05
0.04
24658-10-101-177
Table 6. Baumann 177 Low Flow Trim
Key No.
Description
4*
Plug (see table 5)
2a*
12
23
Gland
24
Retainer Nut
25
26
Insert
Housing
DN 20 (NPS 3/4)
Seat Ring Subassembly,
P/N 24241
*Recommended spare parts
DN 25 (NPS 1)
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Figure 7. Spring-Loaded PTFE V-Ring Packing Kit
P/N 24494T001
E1240
E1248
Table 7. Spring-Loaded PTFE V-Ring Packing Kit
P/N 24494T001
Key No.
Figure 9. ENVIRO-SEAL Packing Kit
P/N 24490T001
Description
Material
6*
Spring
ASTM A313 S30200
14
Packing Set
PTFE / carbon-filled PTFE
16
Washer
ASTM A240 S31600
20
Spacer
J-2000 (filled PTFE)
Table 9. ENVIRO-SEAL Packing Kit
P/N 24490T001
Key No.
Description
Material
13
Bushing, qty 2
Carbon Graphite
14
Packing Set
PTFE / carbon-filled PTFE
17
Belleville Spring
ASTM B637 N07718
18
Bushing
PEEK
19
Washer, qty 2
Modified PTFE
Figure 8. Molded Graphite (Flexible Graphite)
Packing Kit P/N 24492T001
Special ENVIRO-SEAL Packing
Note
The ENVIRO-SEAL PTFE packing system is suitable for
100 ppm environmental applications on services up to
51.7 barg (750 psig) and process temperatures
ranging from -46 to 232_C (-50 to 450_F).
For non-environmental applications, this packing
system offers excellent performance at the same
temperature range up to the maximum valve working
pressure.
E1241
Table 8. Molded Graphite (Flexible Graphite) Packing
Kit P/N 24492T001
Key No.
Description
Material
13
Bushing, qty 2
Carbon - Graphite
14A
Packing Ring,
qty 3
Graphite
14B
Packing Ring
Graphite
Temperature limits apply to packing arrangements
only. Complete valve assembly temperature limits may
differ. Refer to appropriate pressure/ temperature
ratings.
Reference Fisher Packing Selection Guidelines for
Sliding-Stem Valves, bulletin 59.1:062, D101986X012.
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Figure 10. Dimensional Drawings
333
279
(413.1)
(411.0)
216
216
141
(5.5)
(48.5)
127 (5.0)
(48.5)
271
(10.7)
276
(10.9)
BAUMANN 32 ACTUATOR
WITH ADJUSTABLE OPEN/
CLOSE DUAL TRAVEL STOPS
BAUMANN 32 ACTUATOR with
3660/3661 POSITIONER
BAUMANN 54 ACTUATOR w/
FIELDVUE DVC2000 DIGITAL
VALVE CONTROLLER
216
279 (411.0)
160 (46.3)
160 (46.3)
279 (411.0)
(48.5)
152 (46.0)
152 (46.0)
163 (6.4)
MAX
71 (2.8)
MAX
BAUMANN 32 ATC/FAIL
OPEN ACTUATOR WITH
HANDWHEEL
E1280
NOTE: ACTUATOR REMOVAL REQUIRES 115 mm (4.5 INCHES) VERTICAL CLEARANCE.
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BAUMANN 70 ACTUATOR w/
FIELDVUE DVC6010 DIGITAL
VALVE CONTROLLER
(48.5)
216
BAUMANN 32 ATO/FAIL
CLOSED ACTUATOR
WITH HANDWHEEL
60
(2.4)
31 (1.24)
229
(9.0)
94
(3.7)
MAX
229
(9.0)
BAUMANN 54 ATO/FAIL
CLOSED ACTUATOR w/
HANDWHEEL
130 (5.1)
MAX
BAUMANN 54 ATC / FAIL
OPEN ACTUATOR WITH
HANDWHEEL
mm
(inch)
Instruction Manual
24000F Valves
D103358X012
May 2012
Table 10. Baumann Valve Dimensions
A -- BONNET
VALVE SIZE
Standard
B -- DIAMETER
Extension
C
DN
NPS
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
15
1/2
81.3
3.2
218.4
8.6
88.9
3.5
38.1
1.5
20
3/4
81.3
3.2
218.4
8.6
107.95
4.25
38.1
1.5
25
1
78.7
3.1
215.9
8.5
114.3
4.5
50.8
2.0
Table 11. Baumann Valve Assembly Weights
VALVE SIZE
WEIGHTS
DN
NPS
kg
lb
15
1/2
1.7
3.8
20
3/4
2.4
5.3
25
1
3.3
7.3
Table 12. Baumann Actuator Weights
ACTUATOR
WEIGHTS
kg
lbs
32
4.5
10
54
11.3
25
70
15.4
34
MV1020(1)
10
22
VA1020(1)
14
30
1. Electric actuators, reference electric actuator bulletins for more details (52.1:ECV,
D103347X012 and 52.1:NVACT, D103326X012)
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May 2012
Instruction Manual
D103358X012
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