Daniel Control Valves - Model 660 Aircraft Fueling Data Sheet

Daniel Control Valves - Model 660 Aircraft Fueling Data Sheet
Design Specifications
May, 2001
Models 660 and 660P660 Aircraft Fueling Control Valves
Pump By-Pass Pressure Control
Daniel offers a complete line of valves specifically
designed for safe and economical control when
fueling all jet aircraft, including the newest supersonic transports. These 600 Series valves are
hydraulically operated and suitable for fueling
trucks, hydrants and service carts. They will control
a maximum peak surge with slower closure and
lower maximum pressure on its inlet side
than any other type valve.
Model 660
The Model 660 Aircraft Refueling Valve is located in
the pump by-pass line. It will maintain a constant
pressure at the wing manifold by sensing main line
pressure at a venturi or will limit maximum system
pressure by sensing at pump discharge. Pressure is
regulated within ±2 psi (13.8 kPa) regardless of
variations in flow rate or incoming pressure. Excess
pressure or surge is dissipated through the valve to
pump suction or the fuel tank. This spring adjusted
pilot is available in spring ranges from 0 to 180 psi
(0 to 1241 kPa).
The Model 660P660 is located in the pump by-pass
line and has dual pressure control pilots in parallel.
Both pilots may be piped to the venturi for primary
and secondary control of wing manifold pressure, or
one pilot may be piped to control wing manifold
pressure and the second pilot piped to pump discharge to limit maximum system pressure.
- Victaulic connections for ease of installation
- All Aluminum and Stainless Steel Construction
- Compact, lightweight in-line design
- Multiple function control pilots for pressure surge
and deadman control
- Adjustable opening speed control
- Positive check against reverse flow
- Linear valve action
- Uniform speed of response
- Positive, bubble tight shutoff
Model 660P660
Do not operate this instrument in excess of
the specifications listed. Failure to heed this
w arning could result in serious injury and/or
damage to the equipment.
Main Valve Body and Cover: Anodized Aluminum
Piston: Anodized Aluminum
All other internal parts: Stainless Steel
Connections: Victaulic
Sizes: 2”, 3”, 4”, and 6”
Working Pressure: 200 psi (1378 kPa) at 100°F (38°C)
Flow Rates: Up to 1200 gpm (4536 lpm)
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Design Specifications
May, 2001
NOTE; Dimencions “A” and “B” are approximate to remotest point with on pilot
Dimensions - Base Model, Series 600 Aircraft Fueling Control Valves
6-1/2" (165mm)
2-5/8" (67mm)
7-15/16" (211mm)
5" (127mm)
2-3/8" (60mm)
7-1/2" (191mm)
3-3/8" (89mm)
11" (279mm)
5" (127mm)
3-1/2" (89mm)
8-7/9" (225mm)
3-7/8" (98mm)
11-5/16" (287mm)
5" (127mm)
4-1/2" (114mm)
10" (254mm)
5-1/2" (140mm)
14-3/4" (375mm)
6-7/8" (175mm)
6-5/8" (168mm)
For accessory information reference Bulletin DS1600AC.
Daniel Division Headquarters - Houston, Texas, USA, Tel: (713) 467-6000, Fax: (713) 827-3880
USA Toll Free 1-888-FLOW-001
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Tel: (403) 279-1879, Fax: (403) 236-1337
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Daniel is a wholly owned subsidiary of Emerson , and a division of Emerson Process Management.
is a registered trademark
Printed in USA
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