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Product Bulletin
Cavitrol III Trims
80.2:030
March 2012
D100196X012
Fisherr Cavitrol™ III One-, Two-, and
Three-Stage Trims
Cavitrol III trims (figures 1, 2, and 3) are used for
cavitating liquid applications in various globe and
angle valve bodies (see tables 1, 2, and 3). (Contact
your Emerson Process Management sales office for
angle valve information.) One-stage trims are normally
used where the pressure drop is below 99 bar (1440
psi); two- and three-stage trims are normally used
where the pressure drop is between 99 and 207 bar
(1440 and 3000 psi). The Cavitrol III trims are
frequently used in pump recirculation and startup
systems in the power, process, oil production,
chemical refining, and other industries.
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CAVITROL III ONE-STAGE TRIM PARTS
Unless otherwise noted, all NACE references are to
NACE MR0175-2002.
Features

Controls or Helps to Eliminate Cavitation
Damage–Cavitrol III trim can lengthen valve service
life and reduce maintenance downtime. The shape
and spacing of holes in the cage wall circumference
helps prevent cavitation in a properly sized valve,
effectively controlling or helping to eliminate
(depending upon service conditions) cavitation
damage and resulting valve failure.

Rangeability–Many special characterizations are
available in Cavitrol III cages to match rangeability
requirements of specific systems.

Resistance to Erosion Damage–Standard hardened
trim materials provide excellent wear resistance,
resulting in long trim life. The contoured valve plug
seat reduces fluid separation, helps direct fluid away
from trim, and helps protect against erosion
damage.

Versatility–Available in NPS 1 to 24 globe or angle
valves with weld-end or flanged-end connections.
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CAVITROL III TWO- OR THREE-STAGE TRIM PARTS

Easy Maintenance–Cage-type trim allows removal
and inspection of parts without taking the valve
body out of the pipeline. Fine particles very seldom
cause the accumulation problem associated with
labyrinth-type trim.

Efficient Operation–A low inlet pressure to the final
stage is maintained by the flow-down configuration
and the successively larger flow area of each stage.
At the third stage inlet (see figure 6), about 85% of
the total pressure drop has already occurred and the
vena contracta pressure remains above the liquid
vapor pressure. This helps to prevent cavitation in a
properly-sized valve.

Trim Interchangeability–Cavitrol III one-stage trim
is interchangeable with standard trims. Quick trim
changes can be made with no additional parts, such
as spacers, longer bolts, and special gaskets for
valve sizes greater than NPS 1.
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Specifications
Construction Materials
Available Valves
One-stage: See table 1
Two- and three-stage Cavitrol III: See table 3
Two- and three-stage Characterized Cavitrol III:
Consult your Emerson Process Management sales
office
See table 5
Temperature Capabilities(1)
One-stage: -29 to 232_C (-20 to 450_F)
Two- and three-stage: See table 5 and figure 7
End Connection Styles
Refer to appropriate valve bulletin
Flow Characteristic
Shutoff Classification
Class IV (standard for one-stage trim only): [0.01% of
valve capacity at full travel tested with air at 3.4 bar
(50 psid)] per ANSI/FCI 70-2 and IEC 60534-4
Class V (standard for two- and three-stage trims,
optional for one-stage trim): [5x10-12m3/sec/bar/mm
of port diameter (0.0005 mL/min/psid/in) of water at
service pressure drop] per ANSI/FCI 70-2 and IEC
60534-4
TSO (Tight Shutoff Trim) (optional for one-, two-, and
three-stage trims): Valves with TSO trim are factory
tested to a more stringent Emerson test requirement
of no leakage at time of shipment using ANSI/FCI
Class V procedures. Consult your Emerson Process
Management sales office for additional information.
See figure 5
Standard Cage: Linear
Characterized Cage: Consult your Emerson Process
Management sales office
Flow Direction
Flow down (in through cage openings and out
through seat ring as shown in figure 2)
Flow Coefficients(2)
Values given in tables 2 and 3; also see Fisher
Catalog 12
Valve Recovery Coefficients(2)
FL of One-Stage Cage: See table 2
FL of Two-Stage Cage: 0.98
FL of Three-Stage Cage: 0.99
These values define the maximum allowable pressure
drop that is effective in producing flow as shown in
the following equation:
Maximum Inlet Pressures(1)
Consistent with applicable ASME B16.34
pressure/temperature ratings as shown in tables 1
and 3 up to 232_C (450_F)
nPallowable = FL [P1(flowing) - rc Pv]
Where
nPallowable =maximum allowable pressure drop that is
effective in producing flow, bar (psi)
P1(flowing) =flowing inlet pressure, bar, absolute (psia)
rc =critical pressure ratio from Catalog 12
Pv =vapor pressure of liquid at inlet temperature, bar,
absolute (psia)
Maximum Pressure Drop(1)
One-stage: 99.3 bar (1440 psi) but do not exceed the
maximum pressure and temperature for the class
rating of the valve body material used
Two-stage: 149 bar (2160 psi), but do not exceed
maximum allowable inlet pressure
Three-stage: 207 bar (3000 psi), but do not exceed
maximum allowable inlet pressure
Pressure drops are valve size and trim stage
dependent. For additional Cavitrol trim application
guidelines, contact your Emerson Process
Management sales office.
Port Diameters and Circumferences
See tables 1 and 3
Maximum Valve Plug Travel
See tables 2 and 3
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Specifications (continued)
Minimum Seating Force
Refer to figure 4 to determine minimum seat load per
unit of port circumference; multiply that value by the
port circumference from table 1 or Catalog 14
Valve Plug Stem and Yoke Boss Diameters
See tables 1, 6, and 7 and figure 8
Valve Plug Unbalance Area
See tables 1, 3, and 4
Noise Level
Use Emerson Process Management liquid noise
prediction methods available in the Emerson Process
Management sizing program
Options
J Cage with Special Characterization or J Valve Plug
for applications over 232_C (450_F)
1. The pressure/temperature limits in this bulletin and any applicable standard or code limitation for valve should not be exceeded.
2. For standard linear cage. Consult your Emerson Process Management sales office for flow coefficients and valve recovery coefficients of cages with optional characteristics.
Principle of Operation
Cavitation, the formation and subsequent collapse of
vapor bubbles in liquid flow streams, is a major source
of damage in control valves and adjacent piping.
As liquid passes through a restriction in a control valve,
the liquid velocity increases, while the liquid pressure
decreases. The pressure reaches a minimum at a point
called the vena contracta, and if the pressure at this
point falls to or below the vapor pressure of the liquid
(the pressure at which the liquid vaporizes), vapor
bubbles form in the flow stream.
Downstream of the vena contracta, flow area
increases, velocity decreases, and pressure increases. If
this recovered pressure is sufficient to raise the
pressure above the liquid vapor pressure, the vapor
bubbles will collapse. The collapsing bubbles generate
significant noise and vibration, and can mechanically
attack pipe walls and valve components. This attack
can lead to the failure of conventional valve
components, particularly the valve plug and seat ring.
Cavitrol III One-Stage Trim
The Cavitrol III one-stage trim (figures 1 and 2) can
effectively eliminate cavitation damage in a properly
sized and selected control valve. Each cage hole is
shaped to create a small flow stream with a vena
contracta pressure higher than that typically present in
the flow stream of a standard cage. This higher vena
contracta pressure reduces the fluid's tendency to
cavitate. Each hole in a Cavitrol III one-stage cage is
also designed to reduce fluid turbulence, and the holes
are spaced diametrically around the cage
circumference; both features dissipate fluid pressure
and help to increase capacity.
Cavitrol III one-stage trim can also be used to control
cavitation damage. When selected and sized for this
type of service, the radius edge on the valve plug and
the diametrically opposed cage holes direct the
cavitating fluid flow away from metal surfaces into the
valve body cavity void. In this manner, damage from
cavitating fluid flow is controlled.
Service conditions of each application govern whether
cavitation damage is effectively eliminated or
controlled.
Cavitrol III Two- and Three-Stage
Trims
The Cavitrol III two-and three-stage cages are
concentric cylinders (or stages) (figure 3) with
specially-shaped orifices. The choice of cage depends
on the inlet pressure and the required pressure drop. In
operation, liquid passes through the orifices in each
stage, undergoing a portion of the total required
pressure drop. This partial pressure drop in each stage
of a properly-sized valve normally prevents the liquid
pressure from falling to or below its vapor pressure,
eliminating the formation of vapor bubbles.
A characterized Cavitrol III two-or three-stage trim can
be specified on those applications where the pressure
drop across the valve decreases with increasing valve
plug travel. Characterized Cavitrol III two- or
three-stage trim consists of two or three stages at the
beginning of valve plug travel. Then, as the valve is
required to take less pressure drop, cage sections with
fewer stages are used.
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Figure 1. Sectional View of Fisher ET Valve with Cavitrol III One-Stage Trim
FLOW
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Figure 2. Operation of Cavitrol III One-Stage Trim
Figure 3. Fisher HPT with Cavitrol III Three-Stage Trim
52B6045-D
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W3747-2
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FLOW
FLOW
Product Bulletin
Cavitrol III Trims
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March 2012
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Table 1. Additional Specifications for Cavitrol III One-Stage Trim
VALVE
RATING
AND
DESIGN
CL125
through
600 ET
CL600 EWT
CL150
through
600 EUT-2
VALVE
SIZE,
NPS
UNBALANCE AREA
PORT
CIRCUMFERENCE
STEM DIAMETER(2)
YOKE BOSS DIAMETER
mm
Inch
cm2
Inch2
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
1
33.3
1.3125
0.13
0.02
104.6
4.12
12.7
1/2
71
2-13/16
1-1/2
47.6
1.875
0.20
0.031
149.6
5.89
12.7
1/2
71
2-13/16
1/2
3/4
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
2
58.7
2.3125
0.25
0.038
184.4
7.26
12.7
19.1
2-1/2
73.0
2.875
0.30
0.047
229.4
9.03
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
3
87.3
3.4375
0.36
0.056
274.3
10.80
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
4
111.1
4.375
0.50
0.077
349.0
13.74
19.1
25.4
3/4
1
90
127
3-9/16
5
6
177.8
7
0.84
0.13
558.5
21.99
25.4 or
31.8
1 or
1-1/4
127
5
8
203.2
8
0.97
0.15
638.3
25.13
25.4 or
31.8
1 or
1-1/4
127
5
4x2
58.7
2.3125
0.25
0.038
184.4
7.26
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
6x4 or
8x4
111.1
4.375
0.50
0.077
349.0
13.74
19.1
25.4
3/4
1
90
127
3-9/16
5
8x6 or
12x6
177.8
7
0.84
0.13
558.5
21.99
25.4 or
31.8
1 or
1-1/4
127
5
10x8 or
12x8
203.2
8
0.97
0.15
638.3
25.13
25.4 or
31.8
1 or
1-1/4
127
5
16
374.7
14.75
4.19
0.65
1177
46.32
31.8
1-1/4
127
5
374.7
14.75
4.19
0.65
1177
46.32
31.8
1-1/4
127
5
463.6
18.25
5.29
0.81
1456
57.31
31.8
1-1/4
127
5
279.4
11
3.16
0.49
877.3
34.54
31.8
1-1/4
127
5H
20x16 and
CL150
24x16
through
600 EWT-2 24x20
CL150
through
600
Large ET
PORT DIAMETER(1)
12, 14,
and 16
1. Same as ET or EWT port diameter. Also listed in valve bulletin.
2. When two stem diameters are shown for a particular valve size, the smaller stem diameter is standard and the larger stem diameter is optional.
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Table 2. Valve Travels and Flow Coefficients (Cavitrol III One-Stage Trim)
VALVE
RATING
AND
DESIGN
STANDARD
VALVE
SIZE, NPS
CL125
through
600
ET
CL600
EWT
CL150
through 600
EUT-2
Cv
Max
Cv
1
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
19
19
29
38
0.75
0.75
1.125
1.5
1.9
2.5
3.9
4.2
12.2
19.4
36.1
64.4
25
22
-----
1
0.875
-----
15.5
22.5
-----
0.90
0.93
0.93
0.91
3
4
6
8
38
51
51
76
1.5
2
2
3
4.6
5.2
10
15
81.5
148
238
408
41
54
57
86
1.625
2.125
2.25
3.375
86.7
151
259
439
0.89
0.90
0.91
0.94
4x2
6x4
8x4
29
51
51
1.125
2
2
3.9
5.2
5.2
43.6
162
165
--54
54
--2.125
2.125
--169
171
0.91
0.95
0.95
8x6
12x6
10x8
12x8
51
51
76
76
2
2
3
3
10
10
15
15
267
280
418
433
57
57
76
86
2.25
2.25
3.375
3.375
293
305
455
487
0.93
0.93
0.92
0.90
203
8
46
1790
---
---
---
0.91
276
10.88
46
2120
---
---
---
0.91
276
10.88
46
2390
---
---
---
0.91
378
14.88
46
2800
---
---
---
0.91
276
10.88
46
2390
---
---
---
0.91
378
14.88
46
2800
---
---
---
0.91
429
16.88
46
2940
---
---
---
0.91
276
10.88
56
3160
---
---
---
0.91
378
14.88
56
3810
---
---
---
0.91
429
16.88
56
4050
---
---
---
0.91
12
203
8
40
1160
---
---
---
0.91
14
203
8
40
1262
---
---
---
0.91
16
203
8
40
1330
---
---
---
0.91
24x16
24x20
1. Valves should not be required to throttle at a Cv less than the minimum Cv for an extended period of time. Erosion damage to the valve seats may result.
2. Minimum Cv for the Optional category is the same as the minimum Cv in the Standard category.
Figure 4. Required Seat Force for Class IV and V Shutoff Classification
150 200 250 300 350 400
REQUIRED SEAT LOAD (LB PER LINEAL INCH)
170
900
160
800
140
150
130
700
120
110
600
100
500
CLASS V
400
70
60
300
CLASS IV
A2222-6
50
40
30
100
0
90
80
CLASS V (METAL SEAT FOR OPTIMUM
PERFORMANCE AND LIFE IN BOILER
FEEDWATER SERVICE.
REQUIRED SEAT LOAD (N PER LINEAL mm)
SHUTOFF PRESSURE DROP,BAR
0 50 100
1000
200
0
20
10
1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000
SHUTOFF PRESSURE DROP, PSI
NOTE: CLASS IV SHUTOFF IS FOR CAVITROL III ONE-STAGE TRIM ONLY
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FL at
Maximum
Travel
Inch
20x16
CL150
through 600
Large ET
Min(1)
mm
16
CL150
through 600
EWT-2
Travel
OPTIONAL FOR DESIGN ET AND EWT
DUE TO OVERTRAVEL
Maximum Travel
Max Cv(2)
mm
Inch
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Figure 5. Detail of TSO (Tight Shutoff Trim) Protected Soft Seat
INNER PLUG
OUTER PLUG
CAVITROL
HOLE
CAGE
PROTECTED SOFT SEAT
SEAT RING
A7039-1
Figure 6. Pressure Drop Patterns (Cavitrol III Three-Stage Trim)
INLET
PRESSURE
CONVENTIONAL
“EQUAL DROP”
THREE-STAGE
CAGE
PRESSURE
CAVITROL III
THREE-STAGE
CAGE
Pv
A2962
INLET
PRESSURE
TO THIRD
STAGE
P2
VENA CONTRACTA PRESSURE
1
2
3
FLUID TRAVEL THROUGH THE VALVE STAGES
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Table 3. Standard Cavitrol III Trim (Linear Characteristic for Cavitrol III Two-Stage Trims)(1, 2)
Port Diameter
Travel
VALVE BODY RATING
AND DESIGN
VALVE SIZE,
NPS
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
Min(3)
Cv
Max
Cv
CL600
ET
1
1-1/2
2
2-1/2
3
4
6
8
25.4
33.3
47.6
58.7
73.0
73.0
136.5
177.8
1
1.3125
1.875
2.3125
2.875
2.875
5.375
7
25
38
51
64
76
102
102
152
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
4
6
0.28
0.44
0.92
1.1
1.2
1.9
3.0
7.0
CL600(4, 6)
EWT
4x2
6x4
8x4
8x6
12 x 6
12 x 8
47.6
73.0
73.0
136.5
136.5
177.8
1.875
2.875
2.875
5.375
5.375
7
51
102
102
127
152
152
2
4
4
5
6
6
3, 4 x 3
47.6
1.875
64
4, 6 x 4
73
2.875
70
6, 8 x 6
111.1
4.375
95
1
22.2
0.875(5)
2
44.5
1
CL2500 EHT
CL900 and 1500 HPAS
and HPAT
CL2500 HPAS and HPAT
CL900, 1500, and 2500
HPS and HPT
CL900 and 1500
HPS and HPT
UNBALANCE AREA
cm2
Inch2
FL at
Maximum Travel
5.8
9.4
21
33
49
69
144
265
0.13
0.13
0.20
0.25
0.30
0.30
0.65
0.84
0.02
0.02
0.031
0.038
0.047
0.047
0.10
0.13
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.92
1.9
1.9
3.0
3.0
7.0
22
71
81.5
178
208
272
0.20
0.30
0.30
0.65
0.65
0.84
0.031
0.047
0.047
0.10
0.10
0.13
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
0.98
2.5
0.61
24.1
0.20
0.031
0.98
2.75
0.91
43.9
0.30
0.047
0.98
3.75
1.5
75.8
0.50
0.077
0.98
38
1.5
0.36
7.39
3.88
0.601
0.98
1.75
51
2
0.58
14.0
0.19
0.029
0.98
22.2
0.875(5)
38
1.5
0.36
6.91
3.88
0.601
0.98
2
44.5
1.75
51
2
0.58
14.0
0.19
0.029
0.98
1
22.2
0.875(5)
38
1.5
0.36
7.39
3.88
0.601
0.98
2
44.5
1.75
51
2
0.58
14.0
0.19
0.029
0.98
3
63.5
2.5
64
2.5
0.73
34.4
0.26
0.041
0.98
4
87.3
3.4375
76
3
0.90
58.1
0.31
0.056
0.98
6
133.4
5.25
102
4
1.72
123
0.59
0.092
0.98
1. Characterized cages are available. Consult your Emerson Process Management sales office for information.
2. Cv as low as 0.04 is available. Consult your Emerson Process Management sales office for information.
3. Valves should not be required to throttle at a Cv less than the minimum Cv for an extended period of time. Erosion damage to the valve seats may result.
4. Values for CL900 NPS 8 x 6 and 12 x 8 EWT available in two-stage trim same as CL600 NPS 8 x 6 and 12 x 8 EWT.
5. Cavitrol III trim in the CL1500 and 2500, NPS 1, two-stage and in the NPS 2, three-stage valve uses unbalanced valve plugs. These sizes and constructions are Design HPS/HPAS valves; other
valves in this section of the table are HPT/HPAT valves.
6. For larger sizes, consult your Emerson Process Management sales office.
Table 4. Standard Cavitrol III Trim (Linear Characteristic for Cavitrol III Three-Stage Trims)(1,2)
VALVE BODY RATING
AND DESIGN
VALVE SIZE,
NPS
Port Diameter
Inch
Min(3)
Cv
Max
Cv
UNBALANCE
AREA
cm2
Inch2
Travel
FL at
Maximum Travel
mm
Inch
mm
3, 4 x 3
33.3
1.3125
64
2.5
0.73
13.1
0.13
0.02
0.99
4, 6 x 4
58.7
2.3125
70
2.75
1.0
20.8
0.25
0.038
0.99
6, 8 x 6
111.1
4.375
95
3.75
2.8
66.7
0.50
0.077
0.99
CL900, 1500, and 2500
HPAS and HPAT
1
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
2
25.4
1(4)
51
2
0.59
6.73
5.06
0.785
0.99
CL900, 1500, and 2500
HPS and HPT
1
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
---
2
25.4
1(4)
51
2
0.59
6.73
5.06
0.785
0.99
3
47.6
1.875
38
1.5
1.20
16.5
0.20
0.031
0.99
4
73
2.875
76
3
1.70
27.8
0.30
0.047
0.99
6
115.9
4.5625
102
4
3.10
65.0
0.52
0.080
0.99
CL2500 EHT
CL900 and 1500
HPS and HPT
1. Characterized cages are available. Consult your Emerson Process Management sales office for information.
2. Cv as low as 0.04 is available. Consult your Emerson Process Management sales office for information.
3. Valves should not be required to throttle at a Cv less than the minimum Cv for an extended period of time. Erosion damage to the valve seats may result.
4. Cavitrol III trim in the CL1500 and 2500, NPS 1, two-stage and in the NPS 2, three-stage valve uses unbalanced valve plugs. These sizes and constructions are HPS/HPAS valves; other valves in
this section of the table are HPT/HPAT valves.
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Table 5. Trim Material and Temperature Limit
VALVE
DESIGN
VALVE
RATING
TRIM
DESIGNATION
VALVE PLUG
ET
CL600
76
Heat-treated
S42000
(420 SST)
EWT
CL600
and 900
76
Heat-treated
S42000
EHT
SEAT RING
VALVE STEM
BONNET
SPACER(6, 7)
S17400 (17-4PH SST)
S17400 stainless
with H900 heat-treat
steel with H900 S31600 stainless S31600 stainless
condition
steel (316 SST) steel (316 SST)
heat-treat
condition
S31600(1)
S17400 stainless steel
S17400 stainless
with H900 heat-treat
steel with H900 S31600 stainless S31600 stainless
condition
steel
steel
heat-treat
condition
(1)
S31600
S44004
CB7CU-1 (17-4PH SST)
S31600 stainless
with H1075 heat-treat
None
S17400
steel
condition
H1150 chrome
coat(2)
CoCr-A
58
Heat-treated
S44004 (440C
SST)
59
S31600 with
CoCr-A seat and
guide
CB7CU-1 with H1150
heat-treat condition
205A
Heat-treated
S44004
S17400 stainless steel
with H1075 heat-treat
condition
S44004
S20910 stainless Same as body /
steel
bonnet material
205B
Heat-treated
S44004
S17400 stainless steel
with H1075 heat-treat
condition
S44004
S31600 stainless Same as body /
steel
bonnet material
S31600 with
S17400 stainless steel
206 (NACE)(3,4) CoCr-A seat and with double H1150
guide
heat-treat condition
S31600/
CoCr-A
S20910 stainless Same as body /
steel
bonnet material
CL2500
HPS,
HPAS,
CL900
HPT, and and 1500
HPAT
CAGE
S17400
H1150 chrome
coat(2)
S31600 stainless
steel
MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE
_C
_F
See
figure
7
See
figure
7
232(5)
450(5)
None
1. Second material shown is cage retainer.
2. Second material shown is seat ring retainer.
3. If using valve body/trim combinations other than those listed, consult your Emerson Process Management sales office.
4. NACE MR0175-2002.
5. NPS 1 2 stage and NPS 2 3 stage HPS can be used at temperatures up to 343_C (650_F).
6. Bonnet spacer is not used with easy-e™ and EW series one-stage trims or with EH Series valves.
7. Bonnet spacer is used only with 2-stage trims in NPS 2 HPT/HPAT valves.
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Product Bulletin
Cavitrol III Trims
80.2:030
March 2012
D100196X012
Figure 7. Pressure Drop/Temperature Capabilities
with Seal Ring (Cavitrol III Two- and Three-Stage
Trims)
Ordering Information
When ordering, specify:
Application Information
1. Process liquid–State particle size and type of
entrained impurities, if any.
2. Specific gravity of liquid
3. Temperature and vapor pressure of liquid
4. Critical pressure
2
1
5. Range of flowing inlet pressures
6. Pressure drops
a. Range of flowing pressure drops
b. Maximum at shutoff
7. Flow rates
a. Minimum controlled flow
A2963-1
NOTES:
1
FOR BOTH GLASS-FILLED AND GRAPHITE-FILLED PTFE AND
N10276 SEAL RING
2
FOR PEEK ANTI-EXTRUSION RING WITH GRAPHITE-FILLED PTFE
AND N10276 SEAL RING
3. DO NOT EXCEED 143 BAR (2160 PSI) WITH TWO-STAGE CAVITROL III CAGE.
4. PEEK REQUIRED FOR ALL BOILER FEEDWATER APPLICATIONS.
5. FOR STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE BOUNDARY MATERIALS, CONTACT YOUR
EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT SALES OFFICE.
b. Normal flow
c. Maximum flow
8. Required Cv
9. Line size and schedule
Valve Body Information
To determine what information is needed for ordering
the valve body and trim, refer to the Specifications
section. Review the description at the right of each
specification or in the referenced tables, figures, and
bulletins, and indicate the desired choice wherever a
selection is to be made. Always specify the body
design being ordered as selected from table 1 or 3.
Installation
Valve bodies with Cavitrol III trim must be installed so
that the flow direction is in through the cage openings
and out through the seat ring. This will be indicated by
an arrow on the valve body.
Exterior dimensions for ET and EWT valve bodies with
Cavitrol III one-stage trim and EHT valve bodies with
Cavitrol III trims do not change from their standard
trim constructions. For ET and EWT valve bodies with
Cavitrol III two-stage trims, see figure 8 and tables 6
and 7 for details of dimensions that change from
standard. For all other dimensions, refer to the
appropriate valve body bulletin.
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Actuator and Accessory Information
Select the specific actuator and accessories from the
appropriate bulletins. Typically piston actuators must
be used where the required valve plug travel is greater
than 102 mm (4 inches). Typically diaphragm
actuators may be used for 102 mm (4 inches) or less
required travel. Specify any additional ordering
information as required from actuator or accessory
bulletins.
If operating below minimum published Cvs (see tables
2, 3, and 4), added trim reliability may be obtained
through use of low travel cutoff features available with
FIELDVUE™ digital valve controllers.
Product Bulletin
Cavitrol III Trims
80.2:030
March 2012
D100196X012
Table 6. Non-Standard Dimensions (Cavitrol III
Two-Stage Trims Only)
Table 7. Non-Standard Dimensions (Cavitrol III
Two-Stage Trims Only)
EWT CL600(1)
ET CL600
Valve
Size,
NPS
Yoke Boss
Diameter
mm
Inch
Stem Diameter
Dimension D
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
Valve
Size,
NPS
Yoke Boss
Diameter
mm
Inch
Stem Diameter
Dimension D
mm
Inch
mm
Inch
4x2
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
252
249
9.94
9.81
6x4
71
90
127
2-13/16
3-9/16
5
12.7
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
1/2
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
346
343
389
13.62
13.50
15.32
9.06
8.94
8x4
260
257
10.25
10.12
71
90
127
2-13/16
3-9/16
5
12.7
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
1/2
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
348
344
391
13.69
13.56
15.38
8 x 6(2)
3/4
1
308
379
12.12
14.94
90
127
3-9/16
5
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
402
446
15.82
17.56
12 x 6(2)
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
337
406
13.25
16.00
90
127
3-9/16
5
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
478
522
18.82
20.56
10 x 8
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
511
586
20.12
23.06
90
127
3-9/16
5
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
511
586
20.12
23.06
12 x 8
90
127
3-9/16
5
19.1
25.4 or 31.8
3/4
1 or 1-1/4
559
613
22.00
24.12
1
71
2-13/16
12.7
1/2
184
7.25
1-1/2
54
71
2-1/8
2-13/16
9.5
12.7
3/8
1/2
155
178
6.12
7.00
2
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
202
198
7.94
7.81
2-1/2
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
230
227
3
71
90
2-13/16
3-9/16
12.7
19.1
1/2
3/4
4
90
127
3-9/16
5
19.1
25.4
6(1)
90
127
3-9/16
5
8
90
127
3-9/16
5
1. 102 mm (4 inch) travel construction. D dimension does not change for 51 mm
(2 inch) travel construction.
1. CL600 and CL900 NPS 8 x 6 and 12 x 8 are the same.
2. Long travel construction. D dimension does not change for 51 mm (2 inch) travel
construction.
Figure 8. Non-Standard Dimensions (Cavitrol III Two-Stage Trims Only) (also see tables 6 and 7)
MATCH LINE FOR 585C
SERIES ACTUATORS AND 657
667 SIZE 100 ACTUATORS
MATCH LINE FOR ALL
OTHER ACTUATORS
MATCH LINE FOR
ACTUATOR
25.4
(1.00)
D
14A4969-E
A2966-3
71 OR 90 mm (2-13/16 OR 3-9/16 INCH)
DIAMETER YOKE BOSS
127 mm (5-INCH)
DIAMETER YOKE BOSS
D
mm
(INCH)
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Product Bulletin
80.2:030
March 2012
Cavitrol III Trims
D100196X012
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