W60 and W80 Series Valves

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
W60 and W80 Series Valves
FORM NO.: 95-03022 REVISION: 03/2017
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO OPERATING OR SERVICING THIS PRODUCT.
SPX FLOW, Inc.
611 Sugar Creek Road
Delavan, WI 53115 USA
Tel: (800) 252-5200 or (262) 728-1900
Fax: (800) 252-5012 or (262) 728-4904
E-mail: wcb@spxflow.com
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Revision Date: 03/2017
Publication: 95-03022
Table of Contents
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Warranty .........................................................................................................6
Shipping Damage or Loss ................................................................................................. 6
Warranty Claim .................................................................................................................. 6
Safety ..............................................................................................................7
Care of Component Materials .......................................................................8
Stainless Steel Corrosion .................................................................................................. 8
Elastomer Seal Replacement Following Passivation ........................................................ 8
Introduction ....................................................................................................9
General Information ...........................................................................................................9
Factory Inspection ............................................................................................................. 9
Models and Specifications ................................................................................................. 9
Materials ...................................................................................................................... 9
Equipment Serial Number ................................................................................................. 9
Operating Parameters ..................................................................................................... 10
Seal Compatibility ..................................................................................................... 10
Seat Options .................................................................................................................... 11
Pressure Ratings ............................................................................................................. 11
Installation ....................................................................................................12
Welding Instructions ........................................................................................................ 12
Air Supply ........................................................................................................................ 12
Pipeline Support .............................................................................................................. 12
Flow Direction .................................................................................................................. 13
W80 Stem Flush Adapter ................................................................................................ 13
Operation ......................................................................................................14
Air Connections ............................................................................................................... 14
Maintainable Actuators .............................................................................................. 14
4", 5", and 6" Air-to-Raise ......................................................................................... 14
4", 5", and 6" Air-to-Lower ......................................................................................... 14
4" Air-to-Raise, 3-Position ......................................................................................... 14
4" Air-to-Lower, 3-Position ........................................................................................ 15
Adjustable-Spring Actuators ...................................................................................... 15
4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Raise, Adjustable-Spring ............................................................ 15
4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Lower, Adjustable-Spring ........................................................... 15
Maintenance-Free Actuators ..................................................................................... 16
A, B and C Size Air-to-Raise, Maintenance-Free ...................................................... 16
A, B and C Size Air-to-Lower, Maintenance-Free ..................................................... 16
Pressure Setting .............................................................................................................. 17
Air-To-Raise, Adjustable-Spring Actuator ................................................................. 17
Air-to-Lower, Adjustable-Spring Actuator .................................................................. 17
Maintenance .................................................................................................18
Maintenance Intervals ..................................................................................................... 18
Inspection ........................................................................................................................ 18
Lubrication ....................................................................................................................... 18
Cleaning .......................................................................................................................... 18
Valve Removal ................................................................................................................ 19
W61/W81 Valve Disassembly ......................................................................................... 20
W61/W81 Valve Assembly .............................................................................................. 21
W61Y Valve Disassembly ............................................................................................... 22
W61Y Valve Assembly .................................................................................................... 23
W62/W82 Valve Disassembly ......................................................................................... 24
W62/W82 Valve Assembly .............................................................................................. 25
W63/W83 Valve Disassembly ......................................................................................... 26
W63/W83 Valve Assembly .............................................................................................. 27
W64/W84 Valve Disassembly ......................................................................................... 28
W64/W84 Valve Assembly .............................................................................................. 29
W64R/W84R Valve Disassembly .................................................................................... 30
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W64R/W84R Valve Assembly ......................................................................................... 31
W64ET/W84ET Valve Disassembly ................................................................................ 32
W64ET/W84ET Valve Assembly ..................................................................................... 33
W65/W85 Valve Disassembly ......................................................................................... 34
W65/W85 Valve Assembly .............................................................................................. 36
Seat Replacement ........................................................................................................... 37
Standard Tef-Flow™ Seat ........................................................................................ 37
Tef-Flow™ P Seat .................................................................................................... 37
Standard Tri Ring Seat ............................................................................................. 38
Servicing Actuators: U-cups, O-rings and Bearings ........................................................ 39
Valves with Control Module ...................................................................................... 39
O-ring and Bearing Replacement: 4”, 5” and 6" Actuator ......................................... 39
U-cup Replacement: 4" and 5" Actuator ................................................................... 40
O-ring and Bearing Replacement: 6” Actuator .......................................................... 40
U-cup, O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
4” Air-to-Raise 3-Position Actuator .................................... 41
U-cup, O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
4” Air-to-Lower 3-Position Actuator .................................... 42
O-ring and Bearing Replacement: Maintenance-Free Actuator ................................ 43
O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
4”, 5” and 6" Adjustable-Spring Actuator ........................... 44
Reversing the Spring Action on the Maintenance-Free Actuator .................................... 46
Reversing the Spring Action on the Maintainable Actuator ............................................. 47
Parts Lists .................................................................................................... 48
W61/W81 Shutoff Valve .................................................................................................. 48
W61Y Shutoff Valve ........................................................................................................ 50
W62/W82 Divert Valve .................................................................................................... 52
W63/W83 Reverse Shutoff Valve .................................................................................... 54
W64/W84 Tank Outlet Valve ........................................................................................... 56
W64R/W84R Tank Outlet Valve ...................................................................................... 58
W64ET Tank Outlet Valve ............................................................................................... 60
W65/W85 Non-Slam Divert Valve ................................................................................... 62
W60/W80 Series Single Seat Valve Bodies - inch O.D. Tube sizes ............................... 65
4" (101 mm) and 5" (127 mm) Air-to-Spring or Air-to-Air Actuators ................................ 66
6" (152 mm) Air-to-Spring or Air-to-Air Actuators ............................................................ 68
4" (101 mm) and 6" (152 mm) Air-to-Spring Long Stroke Actuator ................................. 70
6" (152 mm) Air-to-Air Long Stroke Actuator ................................................................... 72
4" (101 mm) Air-to-Raise 3-Position Actuator ................................................................. 74
4" (101 mm) Air-to-Lower 3-Position Actuator ................................................................. 76
4" (101 mm), 5" (127 mm) and 6" (152 mm)
Air-to-Raise Adjustable-Spring Actuator ...................................................... 78
4" (101 mm), 5" (127 mm) and 6" (152 mm)
Air-to-Lower Adjustable-Spring Actuator ..................................................... 79
Maintenance Free Actuator ............................................................................................. 80
Maintenance Free Actuator Cap ..................................................................................... 81
Hand Lock Manual Handle .............................................................................................. 82
Hand Lock Long Stroke Manual Handle ......................................................................... 83
Micrometer Handle .......................................................................................................... 84
Installation Tools ......................................................................................... 85
Tef-Flow™ P Tools ................................................................................................... 85
Tri-Ring Tool ............................................................................................................. 86
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................... 87
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Warranty
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY: Unless otherwise negotiated at the time
of sale, SPX FLOW US, LLC (SPX FLOW) goods, auxiliaries and
parts thereof are warranted to the original purchaser against
defective workmanship and material for a period of twelve (12)
months from date of installation or eighteen (18) months from
date of shipment from factory, whichever expires first. If the
goods or services do not conform to the warranty stated above,
then as Buyer's sole remedy, SPX FLOW shall, at SPX FLOW's
option, either repair or replace the defective goods or re-perform
defective services. Third party goods furnished by SPX FLOW
will be repaired or replaced as Buyer's sole remedy, but only to
the extent provided in and honored by the original manufacturer's
warranty. Unless otherwise agreed to in writing, SPX FLOW shall
not be liable for breach of warranty or otherwise in any manner
whatsoever for: (i) normal wear and tear; (ii) corrosion, abrasion
or erosion; (iii) any good or services which, following delivery or
performance by SPX FLOW, has been subjected to accident,
abuse, misapplication, improper repair, alteration, improper
installation or maintenance, neglect, or excessive operating conditions; (iv) defects resulting from Buyer's specifications or
designs or those of Buyer's contractors or subcontractors other
than SPX FLOW; or (v) defects resulting from the manufacture,
distribution, promotion or sale of Buyer's products.
THE WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE THE SOLE
AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTIES AVAILABLE TO BUYER AND
SPX FLOW HEREBY DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE FOREGOING
REPAIR, REPLACEMENT AND RE-PERFORMANCE OBLIGATIONS STATE SPX FLOW'S ENTIRE AND EXCLUSIVE LIABILITY AND BUYER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY CLAIM IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SALE AND FURNISHING OF SERVICES, GOODS OR PARTS, THEIR DESIGN, SUITABILITY
FOR USE, INSTALLATION OR OPERATIONS.
Shipping Damage or Loss
If equipment is damaged or lost in transit, file a claim at once with
the delivering carrier. The carrier has a signed Bill of Lading
acknowledging that the shipment has been received from SPX
FLOW in good condition. SPX FLOW is not responsible for the
collection of claims or replacement of materials due to transit
shortage or damages.
Warranty Claim
Warranty claims must have a Returned Material Authorization
(RMA) from the Seller or returns will not be accepted. Contact
800-252-5200 or 262-728-1900.
Claims for shortages or other errors must be made in writing to
Seller within ten (10) days after delivery. This does not include
transit shortage or damages. Failure to give such notice shall
constitute acceptance and waiver of all such claims by Buyer.
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Safety
Safety
READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTALLING, OPERATING, OR
SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT
SPX FLOW recommends users of our equipment and designs follow the latest Industrial Safety Standards. At
a minimum, these should include the industrial safety requirements established by:
1. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
2. National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
3. National Electrical Code (NEC)
4. American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
WARNING: Severe injury or death can result from electrical shock, burn, or unintended actuation of
equipment. Recommended practice is to disconnect and lockout industrial equipment from power
sources, and release stored energy, if present. Refer to the National Fire Protection Association
Standard No. NFPA70E, Part II and (as applicable) OSHA rules for Control of Hazardous Energy
Sources (Lockout-Tagout) and OSHA Electrical Safety Related Work Practices, including procedural
requirements for:
•
Lockout-tagout
•
Personnel qualifications and training requirements
•
When it is not feasible to de-energize and lockout-tagout electrical circuits and equipment before working
on or near exposed circuit parts
Locking and Interlocking Devices: These devices should be checked for proper working condition and
capability of performing their intended functions. Make replacements only with the original equipment
manufacturer’s OEM renewal parts or kits. Adjust or repair in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Periodic Inspection: Equipment should be inspected periodically. Inspection intervals should be based on
environmental and operating conditions and adjusted as indicated by experience. At a minimum, an initial
inspection within 3 to 4 months after installation is recommended. Inspection of the electrical control systems
should meet the recommendations as specified in the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA)
Standard No. ICS 1.3, Preventative Maintenance of Industrial Control and Systems Equipment, for the general
guidelines for setting-up a periodic maintenance program.
Replacement Equipment: Use only replacement parts and devices recommended by the manufacturer to
maintain the integrity of the equipment. Make sure the parts are properly matched to the equipment series,
model, serial number, and revision level of the equipment.
Warnings and cautions are provided in this manual to help avoid serious injury and/or possible damage to
equipment:
DANGER: marked with a stop sign.
Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
WARNING: marked with a warning triangle.
Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION: marked with a warning triangle.
Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property
damage.
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Care of Stainless Steel
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Care of Component Materials
NOTE: SPX FLOW recommends the use of an FDA-approved anti-seize compound on all threaded
connections.
Stainless Steel Corrosion
Corrosion resistance is greatest when a layer of oxide film is
formed on the surface of stainless steel. If film is disturbed or
destroyed, stainless steel becomes much less resistant to
corrosion and may rust, pit or crack.
Corrosion pitting, rusting and stress cracks may occur due to
chemical attack. Use only cleaning chemicals specified by a
reputable chemical manufacturer for use with stainless steel. Do
not use excessive concentrations, temperatures or exposure
times. Avoid contact with highly corrosive acids such as
hydrofluoric, hydrochloric or sulfuric. Also avoid prolonged
contact with chloride-containing chemicals, especially in
presence of acid. If chlorine-based sanitizers are used, such as
sodium hypochlorite (bleach), do not exceed concentrations of
150 ppm available chlorine, do not exceed contact time of 20
minutes, and do not exceed temperatures of 104°F (40°C).
Corrosion discoloration, deposits or pitting may occur under
product deposits or under gaskets. Keep surfaces clean,
including those under gaskets or in grooves or tight corners.
Clean immediately after use. Do not allow equipment to set idle,
exposed to air with accumulated foreign material on the surface.
Corrosion pitting may occur when stray electrical currents come
in contact with moist stainless steel. Ensure all electrical devices
connected to the equipment are correctly grounded.
Elastomer Seal
Replacement Following
Passivation
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Passivation chemicals can damage product contact areas of this
equipment. Elastomers (rubber components) are most likely to be
affected. Always inspect all elastomer seals after passivation is
completed. Replace any seals showing signs of chemical attack.
Indications may include swelling, cracks, loss of elasticity or any
other noticeable changes when compared with new components.
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Introduction
Introduction
For control top information, please refer to publication 95-03083.
For additional product information, please see our website at
www.spxflow.com/en/waukesha-cherry-burrell/resources/
product-literature.
General Information
Information in this manual should be read by all personnel
involved in installation, setup, operation and maintenance of
W60/W80 valves.
Always use installation tools and lubricants recommended by
SPX FLOW. Waukesha Cherry-Burrell brand products are
subject to intensive intermediate and final leakage and functional
tests.
W60/W80 Series valves meet 3-A and EHEDG standards for
sanitation, design and style.
Factory Inspection
Each Waukesha Cherry-Burrell brand valve is
completely assembled, lubricated and ready for use.
Models and Specifications
Materials
Equipment Serial Number
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•
Product Wetted:
ASTM 316L
(UNS-S31603); (DIN-1.4404)
•
Non-Product:
ASTM 304
(UNS-S30400); (DIN-1.4301)
•
Seat Material:
Tef-Flow™ (standard)
Tef-Flow™ P (optional)
Tri Ring (optional)
Metal (optional)
Bonded (optional)
•
Elastomers:
FKM (standard)
EPDM (optional)
shipped
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell brand valves are identified by a serial
number found on the label on the actuator cylinder.
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Operating Parameters
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Temperature Range:
The recommended operating temperature is determined by the
material used for the seals.
No special precautions are required for applications within a temperature range of 32°F to 180°F (0°C to 82°C).
For applications above 190°F (88°C), clearances can be affected
by excessive thermal expansion when the valve is installed in
compact fabrications or manifolds. Valve bodies have thicker
cross-sections than tubing, but thermal expansion can affect
clearances in interconnecting piping sections.
If operating below 32°F (0°C):
•
Control air must have an appropriately low dew point.
•
Valve stems must be protected from icing to ensure long
working life for valve stem seals.
Solenoid valves may not be used in the control module in room
environments below 32°F (0°C) and over 140°F (60°C), as function cannot be guaranteed.
Seal Compatibility
Table 1: Seal Compatibility for FKM/EPDM Seals
Fluorelastomer
(FKM) Seals
EPDM Seals
Thermal Range
of Application
32°F to 375°F
(0°C to 190°C)
0°F to 275°F
(-18°C to 135°C)
Chemical
Resistance
Silicone oil and grease
Silicone oil and grease
Ozone, aging and
weather resistant
Ozone, aging and
weather resistant
Oils and fats
Hot water and steam
up to 275°F (135°C)
Aliphatic, chlorinated
and aromatic
hydrocarbons
Many organic and
inorganic acids
Cleaning agents, soda
and potassium alkalis
Many polar solvents
(alcohols, ketones,
esters)
Not compatible
with
Superheated steam
Formic and acetic
acids
Mineral oil products
(oils, greases and
fuels)
Contact SPX FLOW Application Engineering for other fluid
compatibility.
FKM and EPDM seals comply with FDA regulations.
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Seat Options
Seat Type
Maximum Temperature
Application
Standard seat of choice.
General Purpose
>90% of applications
Standard
Tef-Flow™ (TF)
White in color
180°F (82°C)*
Standard
Tri Ring (TR)
EPDM, FKM
Operation 280°F (137°C) EPDM
High Pressure
Sterile 275°F (135°C) EPDM
Particulate
Operation 350°F (176°C) FKM
EHEDG
Sterile (Consult Factory) FKM
Optional
Tef-Flow™ P (TFP)
Gray in color
280°F (137°C)
High Temperature
High Pressure
Over Pressure Valves
Optional
Metal (M)
375°F (190°C)
High Pressure
High Flow
Particulate
Optional
Bonded (B)
EPDM, FKM
230°F (110°C)
Particulate
For higher temperature applications than those listed, please consult factory.
*Operating conditions such as flow rate and pressure must be considered when operating near maximum
temperature rating.
Pressure Ratings
Standard
Valve Size with
pressure at:
1.0/1-1/2”
2.0”
2-1/2”
3.0”
4.0”
6.0”*
70°F
(20°C)
500 psi
(34.5 bar)
450 psi
(31 bar)
400 psi
(28 bar)
350 psi
(24 bar)
200 psi
(14 bar)
150 psi
(10 bar)
160 /180°F
(71/82°C)
375 psi
(26 bar)
350 psi
(24 bar)
300 psi
(17 bar)
250 psi
(17 bar)
150 psi
(10 bar)
100 psi
(6 bar)
250°F
(121°C)
250 psi
(17 bar)
250 psi
(17 bar)
200 psi
(14 bar)
150 psi
(10 bar)
125 psi
(8.6 bar)
75 psi
(5 bar)
Optional High Pressure Adapter and Clamps
Valve Size with
pressure at:
1.0/1-1/2”
2.0”
2-1/2”
3.0”
4.0”
6.0”*
70°F
(20°C)
1220 psi
(84 bar)
900 psi
(62 bar)
720 psi
(49 bar)
--
--
--
160 /180°F
(71/82°C)
1160 psi
(80 bar)
855 psi
(60 bar)
690 psi
(47 bar)
--
--
--
250°F
(121°C)
1100 psi
(75 bar)
830 psi
(57 bar)
660 psi
(45 bar)
--
--
--
* High pressure clamp is not available for 3", 4", 6".
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Installation
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Installation
WARNING: To avoid electrocution, ALL electrical work should be
done by a registered electrician,
following industrial safety standards and local codes. All power
must be OFF and Locked Out during installation.
When installing valves, ensure that no foreign materials (e.g.
tools, screws, welding wire, lubricants, cloths, etc.) are enclosed
in the system.
Welding Instructions
CAUTION: Inspect each valve
prior to installation. When using
buttweld connections on two- and
three-piece body valves, clamp
connections MUST be used on
one or more bodies to allow service to the body o-ring(s) after
installation.
W60/W80 valves with welded connections require the following
before welding:
1. Remove the stem and actuator assembly. See “Valve
Removal” on page 19.
2. Remove all seals from the body.
3. Weld the body into position, ensuring that the connection is
free of tension and distortion.
4. Dissipate heat away from the valve body to prevent warping.
Air Supply
Install the valves using dry, filtered air. Lubrication is not required.
If using lubricated air, refer to the solenoid manufacturer’s specifications.
Pipeline Support
Install adequate supports to prevent strain on the fittings, valves,
and equipment connections.
C
F
G
1. Install supports at least every 10 feet (3 meters) on straight
runs of piping (Figure 1, item C).
2. Install supports on both sides of the valves as close as
possible to the connections (Figure 1, item D).
D
E
3. Install supports at each change of pipeline direction (Figure
1, item E and F).
4. For pipelines passing through walls, floors or ceilings, provide
at least 1 inch (25 mm) of clearance around the pipe to allow
for expansion and contraction (Figure 1, item G).
VA100-048
Figure 1: Pipeline Support
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Flow Direction
Install the valves to close against the flow to prevent hammering.
VA100-241c
Flow
Figure 2: Flow Direction
W80 Stem Flush Adapter
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W80 Series valves utilize a stem flush adapter to provide a liquid
or steam barrier around the valve stem. W80 valves are designed
for 14.5 psi (1 bar) maximum flush pressure with 1/4" (6.35 mm)
tube O.D. connections.
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Operation
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Operation
Air Connections
NOTE: Actual air pressure values may vary depending on the
valve size, actuator size, holding pressure requirements and
spring selection.
Maintainable Actuators
4", 5", and 6" Air-to-Raise
A
•
Air Pressure Range = minimum 50 psi to maximum 90 psi
(min. 3.4 bar to max. 6.2 bar)
•
1/8"-27 NPT Thread
A. Vent
B. Air In
B
VA100-410a
Figure 3: 4", 5", and 6" Air-to-Raise
4", 5", and 6" Air-to-Lower
B
•
Air Pressure Range = minimum 50 psi to maximum 90 psi
(min. 3.4 bar to max. 6.2 bar)
•
1/8"-27 NPT Thread
A. Vent
B. Air In
A
VA100-410b
Figure 4: 4", 5", and 6" Air-to-Lower
A
B
4" Air-to-Raise, 3-Position
•
Air Pressure Range = minimum 50 psi to maximum 90 psi
(3.4 bar to 6.2 bar)
•
1/8"-27 NPT Thread
A. Vent
B. Full Air In
C. 3-Position Air
In
C
VA100-375a
Figure 5: 4" Air-to-Raise, 3-Position
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4" Air-to-Lower, 3-Position
B
C
•
Air Pressure Range = minimum 50 psi to maximum 90 psi
(3.4 bar to 6.2 bar)
•
1/8"-27 NPT Thread
A. Vent
B. Full Air In
C. 3-Position Air In
A
VA100-179a
Figure 6: 4" Air-to-Lower, 3-Position
Adjustable-Spring Actuators
4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Raise, Adjustable-Spring
C
D
E
A
A. Vent
B. Air In
C. Locknut Cover
D. Adjustment
Screw
E. Stop
•
Air Pressure Range = minimum 75 psi to maximum 90 psi
(5.2 bar to 6.2 bar)
•
1/8"-27 NPT Thread
B
VA100-659
Figure 7: 4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Raise,
Adjustable-Spring
4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Lower, Adjustable-Spring
B
A
E
D
A. Vent
B. Air In
C. Locknut Cover
D. Adjustment
Screw
E. Stop
•
Air Pressure Range = minimum 75 psi to maximum 90 psi
(5.2 bar to 6.2 bar)
•
1/8"-27 NPT Thread
C
VA100-658
Figure 8: 4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Lower,
Adjustable-Spring
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Operation
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Maintenance-Free Actuators
A, B and C Size Air-to-Raise, Maintenance-Free
•
A, B and C Size Air Pressure Range = 87-120 psi (6-8 bar)
•
1/8" BSPP x 1/4" OD Thread
A
A, B and C Size Air-to-Lower, Maintenance-Free
A. Vent
B. Air In
B
•
A, B and C Size Air Pressure Range = 87-120 psi (6-8 bar)
•
1/8" BSPP x 1/4" OD Thread
NOTE: The actuator shown in Figure 9 is in air-to-raise configuration; if it is configured for air-to-lower, port A becomes Air In and
port B becomes Vent.
VA100-795
Figure 9: A, B and C Size Air-to-Raise,
Maintenance-Free
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Pressure Setting
Air-To-Raise, Adjustable-Spring Actuator
CAUTION: Do not use vice-grips,
channel locks, or pipe wrenches,
as damage to the adjustment
screw can result.
Table 2: Spring Setting for Air-toRaise, Adjustable-Spring Actuator
Pressure change per turn of
adjusting screw
Plug
Size
Operation
Actuator
4RHAR
5RHAR
6RHAR
1.5"
40 mm
24
40
82
2.0"
50 mm
13
23
46
2.5"
65 mm
9
15
29
3.0"
80 mm
6
10
20
4.0"
100 mm
3
6
12
Remove locknut cover (Figure 7). Using a 1” hex wrench or 1/4”
spanner, turn down the adjustment screw fully, until the stop contacts the actuator can (approx. 8-9 turns).
This is the maximum holding pressure setting. Refer to publication DS-1201, W60 Series Shut-Off & Divert Valves, for pressure holding charts for the actuator size and valve seat size:
W61, W62, W65 Air-to-Raise.
NOTE: In some cases, the valve seat size may be less than the
body size (reduced-seat options). Be sure to check holding pressures using the correct seat size and actuator diameter size.
To reduce the pressure setting below the maximum, unscrew the
adjustment screw as per Table 2. Check and confirm specific settings with a master gauge under pressure; adjust as required.
Once the setting is achieved, apply a scribe line to the indicator
stem to mark the position.
Actual pressure change per turn of the adjusting screw may be
different due to spring variations.
Air-to-Lower, Adjustable-Spring Actuator
CAUTION: Do not use vice-grips,
channel locks, or pipe wrenches,
as damage to the adjustment
screw can result.
Table 3: Spring Setting for Air-toLower, Adjustable-Spring Actuator
Pressure change per turn of
adjusting screw
Plug
Size
Actuator
4RHAL
5RHAL
6RHAL
2.0"
50 mm
16
26
44
2.5"
65 mm
9
16
27
3.0"
80 mm
6
11
18
4.0"
100 mm
3
6
9
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Unscrew the locknut cover (Figure 8 on page 15). The cover will
stay in the yoke area. Using a 1" hex wrench or 1/4" spanner, turn
the adjustment screw in fully, until the stop contacts the actuator
can (approx. 8-9 turns).
This is the maximum holding pressure setting. Refer to publication DS-1201, W60 Series Shut-Off & Divert Valves, for pressure holding charts for the actuator size and valve seat size:
W63, W62, W65 Air-to-Lower.
NOTE: In some cases, the valve seat size may be less than the
body size (reduced-seat options). Be sure to check holding pressures using the correct seat size and actuator diameter size.
To reduce the pressure setting below the maximum, unscrew the
adjustment screw as per Table 3. Check and confirm specific settings with a master gauge under pressure; adjust as required.
Once the setting is achieved, apply a scribe line to the indicator
stem to mark the position.
Actual pressure change per turn of the adjusting screw may be
different due to spring variations.
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Maintenance
Maintenance Intervals
Maintain adequate stock of replacement parts. See the items in
bold beginning on page 48 for recommended spare parts.
Maintenance intervals should be determined by the user and specific application, based on the following conditions:
Inspection
DANGER: Do not put a hand into
the yoke or body of a pneumatically actuated valve.
•
Daily operation period
•
Switching frequency
•
Application parameters such as temperature, pressure, and
flow
•
Product type
Inspect the following on a regular basis:
•
Actuator connections for air leaks
•
Valve body and stem o-rings
•
Valve seats (If leakage occurs, see “Troubleshooting” on
page 87)
•
Pneumatic connections:
•
VA100-359a
Lubrication
-
Air pressure at supply connection
-
Air lines for kinks and leaks
-
Threaded connections for tight fit
-
Threaded stress relief for tight fit
Electrical connections secure on the control module:
-
Wire connections tight on the terminal strip
-
Clean air filter at regular intervals.
No lubrication is required other than as noted in the disassembly
and assembly procedures. (Use food grade non-petroleum (silicone) grease on seals and o-rings.)
Apply Bostik Never-Seez® White Food Grade with PTFE or
equivalent to all bolts and threaded stem parts.
Cleaning
CAUTION: Avoid splashing any liquid into the air vent of
the actuator during clean up.
Cleaning-In-Place (CIP)
NOTE: Actuate each valve a minimum of
twice each cycle to ensure effective
cleaning and sanitizing.
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CIP methods can be used to clean installed automatic valves
without disassembly. Select methods based on the specific
requirements of sanitarians and each application. Check with
local chemical suppliers for the most effective cleaning agents
and procedures.
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Valve Removal
Maintenance
Before detaching the port connections on the valve body, perform
the following:
1. Clean, rinse and drain the pipe system elements attached to
the valve.
2. Remove or block the fluid and gas lines to prevent material
from entering the pipe system elements attached to the
valve.
3. Shut off the delivery of the control air unless it is required for
the removal of the valve stem/actuator assembly from the
body.
4. Disconnect the electrical supply and lockout all power.
5. If the valve has a control module with solenoid, the air and
electric supply must remain ON until the valve is properly
disassembled.
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W61/W81 Valve
Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
2. Remove the body clamp (Figure 10, item 5).
B
3. Release the air pressure.
4. Remove the body from the adapter (item 3). For two-piece
bodies, un-clamp and remove the lower body first.
5. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
1
6. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
7. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
A
8. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
9. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
2
3,3a,3b,
3c,3d
5
6
4
10. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace them as needed.
11. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator at
Port B.
7
2. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
8
3. Remove the body clamp (item 5) and body from the adapter
(item 3). For two-piece bodies, un-clamp and remove the
lower body first.
VA100-241b
Figure 10: W61/W81 Shut Off Valve
(Air-to-Raise Shown)
4. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item7).
5. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
6. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
7. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace them as needed.
8. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
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W61/W81 Valve Assembly
Maintenance
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 11, item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
B
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
1
5. Assemble the body to the adapter; secure it with the body
clamp (item 5).
6. Release the air pressure.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
A
1. Screw the adapter (item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
2
3,3a,3b,
3c,3d
5
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Assemble the body to the adapter; secure it with the body
clamp (item 5).
6
4
7
8
VA100-241b
Figure 11: W61/W81 Shut Off Valve
(Air-to-Raise Shown)
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W61Y Valve Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
2. Remove the body clamp (Figure 10, item 5).
B
3. Release the air pressure.
4. Remove the body from the adapter (item 3). For two-piece
bodies, un-clamp and remove the lower body first.
5. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
1
6. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
7. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
8. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
9. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
10. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace them as needed.
11. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
2
A
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator at
Port B.
4
5
6
7
8
2. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
3. Remove the body clamp (item 5) and body from the adapter
(item 3). For two-piece bodies, un-clamp and remove the
lower body first.
4. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item7).
5. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
6. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
VA100-501a
Figure 12: W61Y Shut Off Valve
7. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace them as needed.
8. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
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W61Y Valve Assembly
Maintenance
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 11, item 3) onto the yoke.
B
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
1
5. Assemble the body to the adapter; secure it with the body
clamp (item 5).
6. Release the air pressure.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
2
A
4. Assemble the body to the adapter; secure it with the body
clamp (item 5).
4
5
6
7
8
VA100-501a
Figure 13: W61Y Shut Off Valve
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W62/W82 Valve
Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
2. Remove the lower body clamp (Figure 14, item 5) and lower
body.
B
3. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
4. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
1
5. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
6. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and upper body.
A
2
3,3a,
3b,3d
5
5
6
7. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
8. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
6
9. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace them as needed.
4
10. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
7
Air-to-Lower Actuator
8
1. Remove the lower body clamp (Figure 14, item 5) and lower
body (item 9).
9
2. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
VA100-242b
Figure 14: W62/W82 Divert Valve
(Air-to-Raise Shown)
3. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
4. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
5. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and upper body.
6. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
7. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
8. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace them as needed.
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
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W62/W82 Valve Assembly
Maintenance
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 15, item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
B
3. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
1
4. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
5. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
A
6. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6).
7. Assemble the lower body; secure it with the lower body clamp
(item 5).
2
3,3a,
3b,3d
5
5
6
8. Release the air pressure.
6
Air-to-Lower Actuator
4
1. Screw the adapter (item 3) onto the yoke.
7
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
8
3. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
9
4. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
VA100-242b
Figure 15: W62/W82 Divert Valve
(Air-to-Raise Shown)
5. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
6. Release the air pressure.
7. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6).
8. Assemble the lower body; secure it with the lower body clamp
(item 5).
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W63/W83 Valve
Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Remove the lower body clamp Figure 16, item 5) and the
lower body (item 9).
2. Remove the body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
3. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
B
4. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
5. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
1
A
6. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
7. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and the upper body
from the adapter (item 3).
8. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
2
3,3a,
3b,3d
5
6
4
7
5
6
8
9
VA100-243b
Figure 16: W63/W83 Shut Off Valve
(Air-to-Raise Shown)
9. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace as needed.
10. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Remove the lower body clamp (Figure 16, item 5) and the
lower body (item 9).
2. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
3. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
4. Release the air pressure.
5. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and the upper body
from the adapter (item 3).
6. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
7. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace as needed.
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W63/W83 Valve Assembly
Maintenance
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 17, item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4) and PTFE
bearing (item 2).
B
3. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
4. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
1
5. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6).
6. Assemble the lower body; secure it with the lower body clamp
(item 5).
A
2
3,3a,
3b,3d
5
6
4
7
5
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4) and PTFE
bearing (item 2).
3. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
4. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
5. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
6
8
9
VA100-243b
Figure 17: W63/W83 Shut Off Valve
(Air-to-Raise Shown)
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6. Release the air pressure.
7. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6).
8. Assemble the lower body; secure it with the lower body clamp
(item 5).
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W64/W84 Valve
Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
12
8
2. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
6
5
3. Remove the body/tank flange clamp (Figure 18, item 5) and
remove the valve from the tank flange.
7
4. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
4
6
5
3,3a,
3b,3d
2
A
5. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
6. Remove the lower body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
7. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and upper body from
the adapter (item 3).
8. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
1
9. Remove the upper body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item
4); replace as needed.
10. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
B
VA100-244b
Figure 18: W64/W84 Tank Outlet Valve
1. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
2. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
3. Remove the body/tank flange clamp (Figure 18, item 5) and
remove the valve from the tank flange.
4. Reapply the air to the actuator.
5. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
6. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
7. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and upper body from
the adapter (item 3).
8. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
9. Remove the upper body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item
4); replace as needed.
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W64/W84 Valve Assembly
Maintenance
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 19, item 3) onto the yoke.
12
8
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
6
5
3. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
7
4. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4
6
5
5. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6) onto the body.
3,3a,
3b,3d
6. Insert the valve into the tank flange and tighten the body
clamp (item 5).
2
A
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 19, item 3) onto the yoke.
1
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and
PTFE bearing (item 2).
3. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
4. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
B
VA100-244b
Figure 19: W64/W84 Tank Outlet Valve
5. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
6. Release the air pressure.
7. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6) onto the body.
8. Insert the valve into the tank flange and tighten the body
clamp (item 5).
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W64R/W84R Valve
Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Remove the body/tank flange clamp (item 5) and remove the
valve from the tank flange.
2. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
6
12
3. Remove the body clamp (item 5).
6
4. Release the air pressure.
5
8
5. Remove the body from the adapter (item 3).
7
4
7. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
3,3a,
3b,3d
2
A
6. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
8. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
9. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
10. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
1
11. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace as needed.
12. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
B
VA100-244Ra
1. Remove the body/tank flange clamp (Figure 20, item 5) and
remove the valve from the tank flange.
2. Shut off and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
Figure 20: W64R/W84R Tank Outlet Valve
3. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
4. Remove the body clamp (item 5) and body from the adapter
(item 3).
5. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
6. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
7. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
8. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4);
replace as needed.
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
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W64R/W84R Valve
Assembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 21, item 3) onto the yoke.
12
6
5
8
7
4
6
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3,3a,
3b,3d
2
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and the
PTFE bearing (item 2).
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Apply the air to Port A to raise the stem.
5. Assemble the body to the adapter (item 3); secure it with the
body clamp (item 5).
6. Release the air pressure.
7. Insert the valve into the tank flange and tighten the body
clamp (item 5).
Air-to-Lower Actuator
A
1
1. Screw the adapter (item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the body o-ring (item 6), stem o-ring (item 4), and the
PTFE bearing (item 2).
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Assemble the body to the adapter (item 3); secure it with the
body clamp (item 5).
B
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5. Insert the valve into the tank flange and tighten the body
clamp (item 5).
Figure 21: W64R/W84R Tank Outlet Valve
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W64ET/W84ET Valve
Disassembly
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
2. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
3. Remove the body/tank flange clamp (Figure 22, item 5) and
remove the valve from the tank flange.
4. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
5. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
6. Remove the lower body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
7. Unscrew the body from the yoke.
8. Remove the stem o-ring (item 4); replace as needed.
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
2. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
3. Remove the body/tank flange clamp (Figure 22, item 5) and
remove the valve from the tank flange.
4. Reapply the air to the actuator.
Figure 22: W64ET Tank Outlet Valve
5. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the valve stem (item 7).
6. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
7. Unscrew the body from the yoke.
8. Remove the stem o-ring (item 4); replace as needed.
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
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W64ET/W84ET Valve
Assembly
Maintenance
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the body onto the yoke.
2. Install the stem o-ring (Figure 23, item 4) and PTFE bearing
(item 2).
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6) onto the body.
5. Insert the valve into the tank flange and tighten the body
clamp (item 5).
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Screw the body onto the yoke.
2. Install the stem o-ring (item 4) and PTFE bearing (item 2).
3. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
4. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
valve stem (item 7). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
5. Release the air pressure.
6. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6) onto the body.
7. Insert the valve into the tank flange and tighten the body
clamp (item 5).
Figure 23: W64ET Tank Outlet Valve
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W65/W85 Valve
Disassembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Remove the lower body clamp (Figure 25, item 5) and the
lower body.
2. Remove the body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
9
7b
3. If necessary, remove the lower bearing carrier (item 11) from
the lower body.
VA100-396b
Figure 24 - Remove Counter bore O-ring
4. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4)
from the bearing carrier; replace as needed.
5. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
6. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the lower valve stem (Figure 25, item 7b).
B
7. Replace the o-ring (Figure 24, item 9) in the counter bore of
the lower stem as needed.
1
8. Replace the lower seat ring (Figure 25, item 8) as needed.
See “Seat Replacement” on page 37.
9. Remove the middle body clamp (item 5) and the middle body.
A
2
5
6
10. Remove the middle body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
11. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
3,3a,
3b,3d
12. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and the upper body
from the adapter (item 3).
5
6
4
8
13. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the upper valve stem (item 7a).
7a
15. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
5
6
14. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
16. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4)
from the adapter; replace as needed.
8
17. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
7b
6
4
11,11a,11b,11d
VA100-245b
2
Figure 25: W65/W85 Divert Valve
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Maintenance
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Remove the lower body clamp (Figure 25, item 5) and the
lower body.
B
2. Remove the body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
1
3. If necessary, remove the lower bearing carrier (item 11) from
the lower body.
4. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4)
from the bearing carrier; replace as needed.
5. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
A
2
5
6
6. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
3,3a,
3b,3d
7. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the lower valve stem (Figure 25, item 7b).
5
6
4
8
8. Replace the o-ring (Figure 25, item 9) in the counter bore of
the lower stem as needed.
7a
10. Release the air pressure.
5
6
9. Replace the lower seat ring (Figure 25, item 8) as needed.
See “Seat Replacement” on page 37.
11. Shut off the air and disconnect the air line to the actuator.
12. For valves with control modules, disconnect/lockout the
electrical power to the valve.
8
7b
6
4
11,11a,11b,11d
VA100-245b
2
Figure 26: W65/W85 Divert Valve
13. Remove the middle body clamp (item 5) and the middle body.
14. Remove the middle body o-ring (item 6); replace as needed.
15. Remove the upper body clamp (item 5) and the upper body
from the adapter (item 3).
16. Using 5/8-inch wrench flats on the stem, unscrew and
remove the upper valve stem (item 7a).
17. Replace the seat ring (item 8) as needed. See “Seat
Replacement” on page 37.
18. Unscrew the adapter (item 3) from the yoke.
19. Remove the body o-ring (item 6) and stem o-ring (item 4)
from the adapter; replace as needed.
20. Inspect and replace the PTFE bearing (item 2) as needed.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W65/W85 Valve Assembly
Air-to-Raise Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 25, item 3) onto the yoke.
B
2. Install the upper body o-ring (item 6) onto the adapter.
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
upper valve stem (item 7a). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
1
4. Apply air to Port A to raise the stem.
5. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
A
2
3,3a,
3b,3d
5
6
4
8
5
6
7a
5
6
6. Install the middle body o-ring (item 6) onto the upper body.
7. Assemble the middle body; secure it with the middle body
clamp (item 5).
8. Release the air pressure.
9. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem in the yoke
area, install the lower valve stem (item 7b) onto the upper
stem (item 7a). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
10. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6) on the middle body.
11. Assemble the lower body; secure it with the lower body clamp
(item 5).
12. Install the body o-ring (item 6) onto the bearing carrier and
insert it into the lower body.
8
7b
6
4
11,11a,11b,11d
VA100-245b
2
Figure 27: W65/W85 Divert Valve
13. Install the bearing carrier clamp (item 5).
Air-to-Lower Actuator
1. Screw the adapter (Figure 25, item 3) onto the yoke.
2. Install the upper body o-ring (item 6) onto the adapter.
3. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem, install the
upper valve stem (item 7a). Torque to 380 in/lbs.
4. Assemble the upper body to the adapter; secure it with the
upper body clamp (item 5).
5. Install the middle body o-ring (item 6) onto the upper body.
6. Assemble the middle body; secure it with the middle body
clamp (item 5).
7. Apply air to Port B to lower the stem.
8. Install the o-ring (item 9) in the counter bore of the lower stem
(item 7b).
9. Using 5/8-inch torque wrench flats on the stem in the yoke
area, install the lower valve stem (item 7b). Torque to 380 in/
lbs.
10. Install the lower body o-ring (item 6) on the middle body.
11. Assemble the lower body; secure it with the lower body clamp
(item 5).
12. Release the air pressure.
13. Install the body o-ring (item 6) onto the bearing carrier (item
11) and insert it into the lower body.
14. Install the bearing carrier clamp (item 5).
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Maintenance
Standard Tef-Flow™ Seat
Seat Replacement
Standard Tef-Flow™ seats are white and can be cut for removal.
A
1. Place a piece of shim stock or a feeler gauge behind the seat
ring (Figure 28, item C) to prevent scratching the stem
surface.
2. Carefully cut through the seat ring with a utility knife.
B
3. Remove the seat ring (item C) from the stem (item A).
4. To install a new seat, place the seat ring on a standard SLine ferrule (item D) equal in size to the valve, or on the seat
ring tool as shown in Figure 28, item E.
E
5. Align the stem on the seat ring and apply pressure to snap
the seat into place.
6. The valve seat will spin freely when properly installed.
C
D
VA100-172b
Figure 28: Tef-Flow™ Seat
A. Stem
C. Seat Angle
B. Stem Groove
D. "S" Clamp
Ferrule
E. Seat Ring
Tef-Flow™ P Seat
D
Tef-Flow™ P seats are gray and must be melted through for
proper removal.
A
1. Melt through the seat ring using a clean plastic cutting tip on
a heavy-duty soldering iron capable of maintaining a 700°F
(371°C) tip temperature.
B
CAUTION: Do not use a knife to cut the seat ring from the
stem to avoid personal injury and/or damage to the stem.
C
2. To install a new seat, place the installation tool base onto a
table or bench with a 1.0" (25 mm) hole (Figure 28, item B).
For tool part numbers, see “Installation Tools” on page 85.
3. Place the stem through the hole in the base.
VA100-381
Figure 29:
Tef-Flow™
P Seat
4. Place a new seat ring (item C) onto the stem with the seat
angle (item D) and flat side facing away from the base as
shown in Figure 28.
5. Place the seat ring tool (Figure 28, item A) over the seat ring.
For tool part numbers, see “Installation Tools” on page 85.
6. Using an arbor press, apply a constant steady pressure to the
seat ring tool, snapping the seat ring into place.
CAUTION: DO NOT use a hammer to install.
7. The valve seat will spin freely when properly installed.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Standard Tri Ring Seat
1. Remove the Tri Ring seat by carefully cutting or using an oring tool or pick to pull the seat out of the groove. Do not
scratch or nick the metal seating surface.
2. Clean the Tri Ring groove after removing the seat.
3. Lubricate the new Tri Ring (Figure 28, item A) with
acceptable cleansing solution or lubricant.
4. Place the stem through a 1-1/8 inch (30 mm) hole bored
through a board, or secure it with a vise with copper or
aluminum jaws.
5. Start the Tri Ring as shown in Figure 29.
6. Using the installation tool, part number 102797+ (Figure 29,
item B), press the Tri Ring into the plug at locations A, B, C,
and D (Figure 30). If this tool is not available, a dull, flat tool
can be used. DO NOT use a knife or any other sharp item
that will tear or cut the Tri Ring.
7. To finish installation, press small sections of the seal,
alternating from side to side (A-B-C-D), avoiding large loops
of seal.
8. When properly installed, the Tri Ring seat lip will protrude
slightly from the seat edge as shown in Figure 29.
B
A
VA100-082a
Figure 30: Installing New Tri Ring Seat
C
A
B
D
VA100-208a
Figure 31: Pressing Tri Ring Into Plug
Bonded Seat Stems
Bonded seat stems do not require maintenance. If the seating
surface becomes damaged, purchase a new seat stem.
Metal Seat Stems
Metal seat stems do not require maintenance. If the seating surface becomes damaged, purchase a new seat stem. Do not
attempt to re-lap or machine the seating surfaces.
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Servicing Actuators:
U-cups, O-rings and
Bearings
Maintenance
Shut off the air and disconnect the air supply line to the actuator.
Disconnect/lockout the electrical power to the valve.
Valves with Control Module
For control top information, please refer to publication 95-03083.
For additional product information, please see our website at
spxflow.com/en/waukesha-cherry-burrell/resources/productliterature/.
For the Set and Forget Switch option, remove the target on the
indicator stem before removing the actuator can.
4
9
O-ring and Bearing Replacement: 4”, 5” and 6"
Actuator
1. Remove the cap screws (Figure 32, item 9) and pull the yoke
(item 12) from the actuator cylinder (item 4).
9
12
VA100-385a
Figure 32: Remove Yoke
6
5
7
12
2. Remove the yoke (Figure 33, item 4). Inspect the lower stem
o-ring (item 6) and cylinder o-ring seals (item 7).
3. Remove the worn o-ring seals. Coat the new o-ring seals with
Dow Corning® #7 Silicone Lubricant or equivalent, and
replace them.
4. Remove the PTFE guide bearing (Figure 33, item 5) by
placing a screwdriver behind the bearing to pry it away from
the wall of the yoke. Use needle-nose pliers to grip and
remove the bearing.
VA100-387a
Figure 33: Remove Yoke O-ring and Guide
Bearing
5. Pull the lower stem (Figure 34, item 3) to remove the caged
spring assembly from the actuator cylinder.
DANGER: Do not use air to remove the caged spring
assembly.
6. Remove and inspect the upper stem o-ring (Figure 35, item
6) in the top of the actuator cylinder.
3
VA100-390a
Figure 34: Pull Lower Stem
6
5
7. Remove the worn o-ring seals. Coat the new o-ring seals with
Dow Corning® #7 Silicone Lubricant or equivalent, and
replace them.
8. Inspect and replace the PTFE guide bearing (Figure 35, item
5) in the actuator cylinder as needed.
VA100-386
Figure 35: Remove O-ring and Bearing
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
U-cup Replacement: 4" and 5" Actuator
1,1a
5
1. Inspect the piston U-cup seal (Figure 36, item 8).
13
2. Remove the worn U-cup seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the piston (item 10).
4
3. Coat the new U-cup seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
10
6
4. Slightly stretch the lubricated seal to fit over the piston. Install
the lower seal first with the "U" pointing down. Install the
upper seal with the "U" pointing up. U-cup seals flare slightly
at the outer edges when they are properly installed.
8
7
9
5. Place the piston and spring assembly in the cylinder.
6. Place the cylinder over the yoke, and install cap screws (item
9) to secure it.
5
3
12
NOTE: If the stems were disassembled during this maintenance
procedure, clean, prime, and apply Loctite® 2440 Thread Locker,
according to manufacturer’s specifications, to the upper (items 1,
1a) and lower (item 3) stems. Torque the stems to 200 in/lbs.
VA100-410
Figure 36: 4" and 5" Actuator
O-ring and Bearing Replacement: 6” Actuator
5
13
1,1a
6
4
1. Inspect the piston o-ring seal (Figure 37, item 8).
2. Remove the worn o-ring seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the piston (item 10).
3. Coat the new o-ring seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
10
14
8
11
7
9
3
12
VA100-407
4. Slightly stretch the lubricated seal to fit over the piston.
5. Inspect and replace the PTFE guide bearing (item 14) on the
piston as needed.
6. Place the piston and spring assembly in the cylinder.
7. Place the cylinder over the yoke, and install cap screws (item
9) to secure it.
NOTE: If the stems were disassembled during this maintenance
procedure, clean, prime, and apply Loctite® 2440 Thread Locker,
according to manufacturer’s specifications, to the upper (items 1,
1a) and lower (item 3) stems. Torque the stems to 400 in/lbs.
Figure 37: 6" Actuator
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Maintenance
U-cup, O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
4” Air-to-Raise 3-Position Actuator
11
5
1,1a
1. Inspect the upper piston U-cup seal (Figure 38, item 8).
13
4
2
10
11
2. Remove the worn U-cup seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the piston (item 10).
3. Coat the new U-cup seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
4. Slightly stretch the lubricated seal to fit over the upper piston.
Install the lower seal first with the "U" pointing down. Install
the upper seal with the "U" pointing up. U-cup seals flare
slightly at the outer edges when properly installed.
8
15
11
14
5. Inspect the lower piston o-ring (item 20), stem o-ring (items 6
and 11) and yoke o-ring seals (item 7).
6. Remove the worn o-ring seals. Do not score or nick grooves
in the piston (item 15).
5
20
6
7
9
7. Coat the new o-ring seals with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
21
8. Slightly stretch the lubricated piston seal to fit over the lower
piston.
3
12
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE guide bearings (items 14 and
5) as needed.
10. Place the outer stem (item 21) in the lower piston.
VA100-375
11. Screw the outer stem into the yoke (item 12).
Figure 38: 4" Air-to-Raise 3-Position
Actuator
17 turns = full stroke adjustment
1 turn = 0.063 stroke
Using a spanner wrench, turn the stem counter-clockwise for
more stroke and clockwise for less stroke.
12. Place the piston and spring assembly in the cylinder.
13. Place the cylinder over the yoke, and install cap screws (item
9) to secure it.
NOTE: If the stems were disassembled during this maintenance
procedure, clean, prime, and apply Loctite® 2440 Thread Locker,
according to manufacturer’s specifications, to the upper (items 1,
1a) and lower (item 3) stems. Torque the stems to 200 in/lbs.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
U-cup, O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
4” Air-to-Lower 3-Position Actuator
1
1. Inspect the lower piston U-cup seal (Figure 39, item 8).
11
15
4
2. Remove the worn U-cup seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the piston (item 10).
17
3. Coat the new U-cup seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
19
16
8
18
4. Slightly stretch the lubricated seal to fit over the lower piston.
Install the lower seal first with "U" pointing down. Install the
upper seal with the "U" pointing up. U-cup seals flare slightly
at the outer edges when properly installed.
5. Inspect the stem o-ring seal (item 6).
6. Remove the worn o-ring seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the piston.
6
10
7. Coat the new o-ring seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
8. Slightly stretch the lubricated seal to fit over the lower piston.
7
9
5
13
3
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE guide bearing (item 5) on the
piston as needed.
6
12
10. Connect the piston and spring assembly to the stem (item 3)
with the bolt (item 16).
VA100-179
Figure 39: 4" Air-to-Lower 3-Position
Actuator
11. Assemble the piston and spring assembly to the yoke (item
12).
12. Inspect the upper piston U-cup seal (item 17).
13. Remove the worn U-cup seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the piston (item 15).
14. Coat the new U-cup seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
15. Slightly stretch the lubricated seal to fit over the upper piston.
Install the lower seal first with the "U" pointing down. Install
the upper seal with the "U" pointing up. U-cup seals flare
slightly at the outer edges when properly installed.
16. Inspect the upper stem o-ring seal (item 11).
17. Remove the worn o-ring seal. Do not score or nick grooves in
the cylinder top and upper piston.
18. Coat the new o-ring seal with Dow Corning® #7 Silicone
Lubricant or equivalent.
19. Install the lubricated seal in the upper piston and cylinder top.
20. Assemble the upper piston and stem (item 1) to the cylinder.
Secure them with a hex nut (item 21). Place the cylinder over
the yoke, and install cap screws (item 9) to secure it.
21. Adjust the mid-position by loosening the hex nut (item 21)
and turning the stem (item 1).
NOTE: If the stems were disassembled during this maintenance
procedure, clean, prime, and apply Loctite® 2440 Thread Locker,
according to manufacturer’s specifications, to the upper (item 1)
and lower (item 3) stems. Torque the stems to 200 in/lbs.
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Maintenance
O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
Maintenance-Free Actuator
1c
1. Remove the actuator from the valve assembly:
1a
a. Remove the control top.
1
b. Remove the retaining nut and spacer located on top of
the actuator.
1b
c.
Unclamp the valve body and remove the body and stem.
d. Un-bolt the yoke from the bottom of the actuator
assembly.
2. Remove the o-ring guide nut assembly (Figure 40, item 1)
from both ends of the actuator.
3
3. Replace the bearing (item 1c) and o-ring (1b).
NOTE: Apply a thick layer of silicone lubricant on the o-ring prior
to installation.
2
4. Re-install the o-ring guide nut assembly (Figure 40, item 1)
and tighten the guide nut (item 1a) until it is snug.
NOTE: Do not over-tighten the nut ("snug" is all that is required).
1b
5. Reassemble the valve in reverse order of the items in step 1
above.
1
1a
1c
VA100-772
Figure 40: Maintenance-Free Actuator
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
O-ring and Bearing Replacement:
4”, 5” and 6" Adjustable-Spring Actuator
Adjustable-spring actuators are fully welded and cannot be disassembled or reversed. Only compressed air side seals and bearings require maintenance.
WARNING: Adjustable-Spring
actuators cannot be disassembled. Do not attempt to cut the
actuator or otherwise disassemble it, as the compressed spring
will present a projectile hazard.
Air-to-Raise, Adjustable-Spring Actuator
WARNING: For AdjustableSpring actuators, unload the
spring adjustment completely
before attempting to service the
actuator.
4. Unscrew and remove the locknut cover (Figure 41, item 17).
Unscrew and remove the adjustment screw (item 20). Check
for free movement of the stem to ensure that no compression
remains.
17
6
20
1. Remove the valve from the body.
2. Shut off the air and disconnect the air supply line to the
actuator.
3. Disconnect/lockout the electrical power to the valve.
5. Inspect the o-ring (item 6) in the adjustment screw (item 20).
Remove the worn o-ring seals. Coat the new o-ring seals with
Dow Corning® #7 Silicone Lubricant or equivalent, and
replace them.
6. Remove the PTFE guide bearing (item 5) in the adjustment
screw by placing a screwdriver behind the bearing to pry it
away from the wall of the yoke (item 12). Use needle-nose
pliers to grip and remove the bearing.
7. Using wrenches on the upper and lower wrench flats,
unscrew and remove the lower stem (item 3). Do not remove
the upper stem (item 1), as it locates an internal support
washer.
18
13
8. Remove and inspect the yoke area stem o-ring (item 11).
Remove the worn o-ring seal. Coat the new o-ring seals with
Dow Corning® #7 Silicone Lubricant or equivalent, and
replace them.
9. Inspect and replace the PTFE guide bearing (item 15) in the
yoke as needed.
10. Reassemble the actuator in reverse order.
11. Once secure, screw in the adjustment screw (item 20) until it
is held by threads (not in its final position). Refer to
Adjustable-Spring Actuators: Pressure Setting (Table 2 on
page 17) for setting it to the desired loading pressure.
VA100-660
Figure 41: 4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Raise,
Adjustable-Spring Actuator
NOTE: On the 6" design, the location of
items 11 and 15 is reversed (see inset).
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Maintenance
Air-to-Lower, Adjustable-Spring Actuator
1. Remove the valve from the body.
2. Shut off the air and disconnect the air supply line to the
actuator.
3. Disconnect/lockout the electrical power to the valve.
WARNING: For Adjustable-Spring actuators, unload the
spring adjustment completely before attempting to service
the actuator.
4. Using wrenches on the upper and lower wrench flats,
unscrew and remove the upper stem (Figure 42, item 1). Do
not remove the lower stem (item 3) as it locates an
internal support washer.
5. Remove and inspect the indicator area stem o-ring (item 6).
Remove the worn o-ring seal. Coat the new o-ring seals with
Dow Corning® #7 Silicone Lubricant or equivalent, and
replace them.
13
18
6. Inspect and replace the PTFE guide bearing (item 5) in the
indicator area as needed.
7. Reassemble the actuator in reverse order.
6
20
17
8. Once secure, screw in the adjustment screw (item 20) until it
is held by threads (not in its final position). Refer to
Adjustable-Spring Actuators: Pressure Setting (Table 3 on
page 17) for setting it to the desired loading pressure.
VA100-661
Figure 42: 4", 5" and 6" Air-to-Lower,
Adjustable-Spring Actuator
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Maintenance
Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Reversing the Spring
Action on the
Maintenance-Free Actuator
1. Remove the control top (if applicable).
2. Loosen and remove the retaining nut and spacer from the
stem on the top of the actuator.
3. Loosen and remove the bolts on the yoke that are threaded
into the bottom of the actuator.
4. Lift the actuator cylinder from the yoke/stem.
5. Flip the actuator cylinder over and re-insert the stem into the
actuator.
6. Re-install the yoke bolts on the bottom of the actuator.
7. Install the spacer and retaining nut on top of the actuator.
8. Install the control top (if applicable).
VA100-785
Figure 43: Maintenance-Free Actuator reversing spring action
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Reversing the Spring
Action on the Maintainable
Actuator
Maintenance
1. Remove the cap screws (Figure 44, item 9) and pull the yoke
(item 12) from the actuator cylinder (item 4).
2. Pull the lower stem (Figure 45, item 3) to remove the caged
spring assembly from the actuator cylinder.
3. Using a 5/8-inch wrench on the lower stem (Figure 46, item
3) and a 3/8-inch wrench on the upper stem (item 2), unscrew
and remove the two actuator stem halves.
4. Turn the piston/spring assembly (item 10) over.
5. Install the actuator stem halves in the piston/spring assembly.
See Figure 46 for Air-to-Raise configuration; Figure 47 for
Air-to-Lower configuration.
Figure 44:
Remove Yoke
Figure 45: Pull
Lower Stem
2
Clean, prime and apply Loctite® 2440 Thread Locker, according to manufacturer’s specifications, to the upper (items 1,
1a) and lower (item 3) stems (See Figure 36 and Figure 37
on page 40). Torque the stems to 200 in/lbs for 4" and 5"
actuators; 400 in/lbs for 6" actuators.
6. Coat the U-cup and o-ring seals with Dow Corning® #7
Silicone Lubricant or equivalent.
10
7. Install the piston/spring assembly in the actuator cylinder and
assemble them with cap screws (Figure 48, item 9).
8. Reverse the vent plug (Figure 48, item 13) as follows:
Air-to-Raise Actuator: The vent plug must be located on TOP
of the actuator in Port B (Figure 48, item B).
3
VA100-392a
Air-to-Raise
Figure 46:
Remove Actuator
Stem Halves
VA-100-391b
Air-to-Lower
Figure 47:
Actuator Piston/
Spring
Configuration
Air-to-Lower Actuator: The vent plug must be located on the
SIDE of the yoke in Port A (Figure 48, item A).
Figure 48: Cap Screws and Vent Plug
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W61/W81 Shutoff Valve
1
2
3,3a,3b,3c,3d
5
6
4
5
7
6
8
4
10
2
2
4
4
(3a)
(3b)
4
2
2
4a
4
(3c)
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W61/W81 Shutoff Valve
Item #
*
1
2
3
3a
3b
3c
3d
*
4
*
4a
5
*
6
7
*
8
10
Part Description
Control Top
Actuator
Bearing
Adapter, W60 (Std.)
Adapter,
W60
High Press.
W80
Adapter, W80
Adapter, W81A
Adapter, Wiping Stem
Seal
1"
1-1/2"
2"
102406+
109293+
116925+
106291+
117785+
2-1/2"
3"
4"
6"
Notes
Contact Factory
See actuator parts list
106047+
102757+
102407+ 102408+ 102409+ 102410+ 113822+
109294+ 109295+
POA
116926+ 116927+
POA
106292+ 106293+ 106294+ 106295+ 114306+
2
117786+ 117787+ 117788+ 117789+ POA
3
117879+
117880+ 117881+ 117882+ 117883+
E70210
EPDM
V70210
FKM
116183+
EPDM
Wiping
115626+
FKM
Stem Seal
Clamp
Standard
119-33 119-34 119-51 119-87
119-30
High Pressure
119-272 119-273
119-271
POA
O-ring,
E70228 E70232 E70236 E70244
E70223
EPDM
Body
V70228 V70232 V70236 V70244
V70223
FKM
TM
Stem (less
Tef-Flow 102411+ 102412+ 102413+ 102414+ 102415+ 102416+
seat ring)
Tri Ring 108130+ 108131+ 108132+ 107045+ 108134+ 108135+
Metal 106386+ 106387+ 106388+ 106389+ 106390+ 106391+
20-241 20-242 20-243 20-244
20-240
Seat Ring Tef-Flow TM
TM
115348+
115349+ 115350+ 115351+
115347+
Tef-Flow P
107695+ 107048+ 102488+ 107698+
107692+
Tri Ring, EPDM
107986+ 107982+ 107974+ 107989+
107983+
Tri Ring, FKM
High Pressure Backup
BURT210
POA
Ring
O-ring
POA
1
E70214
V70214
POA
POA
113827+
1
4
E70258
V70258
N/A
113823+
P.O.A
POA
POA
102738+
108020+
5
PL5027-CH1
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Wiping Stem Seal Adapter and Wiping Stem Seal options available for W60 Series valves only.
2. W80 Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of stem o-ring only.
3. W81A Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of stem o-ring and body o-ring. Only available on one-piece
body configurations.
4. High Pressure Body Clamp only required for valves equipped with High Pressure Adapter (item 3a).
5. W81A Adapter requires two body o-rings.
POA: Contact Factory
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W61Y Shutoff Valve
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
2
4a
(3d)
VA100-501
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W61Y Shutoff Valve
Part Description
Item #
1
Actuator
*
2
Bearing
3
Adapter, W60 (Std.)
3d Adapter, Wiping Stem Seal
*
4
O-ring
*
4a
Wiping Stem Seal
*
5
6
Clamp
O-ring, Body
*
7
8
Stem (less seat ring)
Seat Ring
EPDM
FKM
EPDM
FKM
Standard
EPDM
FKM
Tef-FlowTM
Tef-Flow TM
Tef-Flow TM P
2-1/2"
3"
4"
Notes
See actuator parts list
106047+
119617+ 119618+ 119619+
122002+ 122003+ 122004+
E70214
V70214
116184+
116185+
119-87 119-87 113827+
E70241 E70244 E70257
V70241 V70244 V70257
118479+ 118480+ 118481+
20-242 20-243 20-244
1
118476+ 118477+ 118478+
PL5027-CH2
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Tef-Flow™ P seat is not recommended for manual actuation configuration;
Standard Tef-Flow™ seats should be used with manual actuation.
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W62/W82 Divert Valve
1
2
3,3a,3b,3d
5
6
4
5
6
7
5
6
8
5
6
4
2
10
2
2
4
(3a)
4a
4
(3b)
(3d)
VA100-242
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W62/W82 Divert Valve
Item #
*
1
2
3
3a
*
3b
3d
4
*
4a
5
*
6
7
*
8
10
Part Description
Control Top
Actuator
Bearing
Adapter, W60 (Std.)
Adapter, High
Pressure
1"
W60
W80
Adapter, W80
Adapter, Wiping Stem Seal
O-ring
EPDM
FKM
Wiping Stem Seal
EPDM
FKM
Clamp
Standard
High Pressure
O-ring, Body
EPDM
FKM
Stem (less seat ring) Tef-FlowTM
Tef-FlowTM Long Stroke
Tri Ring
Tri Ring, Long Stroke
Metal
Metal, Long Stroke
Seat Ring
Tef-Flow TM
Tef-Flow TM P
Tri Ring, EPDM
Tri Ring, FKM
High Pressure Backup Ring
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
Notes
Contact Factory
See actuator parts list
102757+
102407+ 102408+ 102409+ 102410+
102406+
109294+ 109295+
109293+
N/A
116926+ 116927+
116925+
N/A
106292+ 106293+ 106294+ 106295+
2
106291+
117880+ 117881+ 117882+ 117883+
1
117879+
E70210
V70210
116183+
1
115626+
119-33 119-34 119-51 119-87
119-30
119-271
N/A
119-272 119-273
3
E70228 E70232 E70236 E70244
E70223
V70228 V70232 V70236 V70244
V70223
102423+ 102424+ 102425+ 102426+ 102427+ 102428+
N/A
N/A
N/A
139084+ 110935+ 110937+
108154+ 108155+ 108156+ 108157+ 108158+ 108159+
N/A
N/A
N/A
110983+ 110984+ 110985+
106392+ 106393+ 106394+ 106395+ 106396+ 106397+
N/A
N/A
N/A
110998+ 110999+ 111000+
20-241 20-242 20-243 20-244
20-240
115347+
115348+ 115349+ 115350+ 115351+
107692+
107695+ 107048+ 102488+ 107698+
107983+
107986+ 107982+ 107974+ 107989+
BURT210
N/A
PL5027-CH3
*
1.
2.
3.
Recommended Spare Parts
Wiping Stem Seal Adapter and Wiping Stem Seal options available for W60 Series valves only.
W80 Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of stem o-ring only.
High Pressure Body Clamp only required for valves equipped with High Pressure Adapter (item 3a).
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W63/W83 Reverse Shutoff Valve
1
2
3,3a,3b,3d
5
6
4
7
5
6
8
4
10
2
2
4
(3a)
2
4a
4
(3b)
(3d)
VA100-243
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W63/W83 Reverse Shutoff Valve
Item #
*
1
2
3
3a
3b
3d
*
4
*
4a
5
*
6
7
*
8
10
Part Description
1"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
6"
Notes
Contact Factory
Control Top
See actuator parts list
Actuator
102757+
106047+
Bearing
102406+
Adapter, W60 (Std.)
102407+ 102408+ 102409+ 102410+ 113822+
Adapter,
109293+
N/A
W60
109294+ 109295+
High
N/A
W80
116926+ 116927+
116925+
Adapter, W80
106292+ 106293+ 106294+ 106295+ 114306+
2
106291+
Adapter, Wiping Stem
117880+ 117881+ 117882+ 117883+ P.O.A.
1
117879+
Seal
E70214
E70210
O-ring
EPDM
V70210
V70214
FKM
Wiping
116183+
116183+ 116183+ 116183+ 116183+ P.O.A.
EPDM
1
Stem Seal
115626+
P.O.A.
FKM
119-30
Clamp
Standard
119-33 119-34 119-51 119-87 113827+
119-271
High Pressure
119-272 119-273
3
N/A
E70223
E70228 E70232 E70236 E70244 E70258
O-ring, Bod
EPDM
V70223
V70228 V70232 V70236 V70244 V70258
FKM
Stem (less seat ring):
Tef-FlowTM 102417+ 102418+ 102419+ 102420+ 102421+ 102422+
N/A
TM
N/A
N/A
110967+ 110968+ 110969+
Tef-Flow Long Stroke N/A
N/A
Tri Ring 108142+ 108143+ 108144+ 108145+ 108146+ 108147+ 114304+
N/A
N/A
110986+ 110987+ 110988+ P.O.A.
Tri Ring, Long Stroke N/A
Metal 106398+ 106399+ 106400+ 106401+ 106402+ 106403+ P.O.A.
Metal, Long Stroke N/A
N/A
N/A
111001+ 111002+ 111003+ P.O.A.
TM
20-240
20-241 20-242 20-243 20-244
N/A
Seat Ring Tef-Flow
TM
115347+
115348+ 115349+ 115350+ 115351+
N/A
Tef-Flow P
107692+
107695+ 107048+ 102488+ 107698+ 102738+
Tri Ring, EPDM
107986+ 107982+ 107974+ 107989+ 108020+
107983+
Tri Ring, FKM
High Pressure Backup
BURT210
N/A
Ring
PL5027-CH4
Notes:
1. Wiping Stem Seal Adapter and Wiping Stem Seal options available for W60 Series valves only.
2. W80 Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of stem o-ring only.
3. High Pressure Body Clamp only required for valves equipped with High Pressure Adapter (item 3a).
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W64/W84 Tank Outlet Valve
8
12
5
6
7
6
5
4
3,3a,3b,3d
2
1
4
4a
4
2
2
10
(3a)
2
4
(3b)
(3d)
VA100-244
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W64/W84 Tank Outlet Valve
Item #
*
1
2
3
3a
*
3b
3d
4
*
4a
5
*
6
7
*
8
10
12
Part Description
Control Top
Actuator
Bearing
Adapter, W60 (Std.)
Adapter, High
Pressure
1"
W60
W80
Adapter, W80
Adapter, Wiping Stem Seal
O-ring
EPDM
FKM
Wiping Stem Seal
EPDM
FKM
Clamp
Standard
High Pressure
O-ring, Body
EPDM
FKM
Stem (less seat ring) Tef-FlowTM
Tef-FlowTM Long Stroke
Tri Ring
Tri Ring, Long Stroke
Metal
Metal, Long Stroke
Seat Ring
Tef-Flow TM
Tef-Flow TM P
Tri Ring, EPDM
Tri Ring, FKM
High Pressure Backup Ring
Tank Flange
1/8" Thick
1/4" Thick
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
Notes
Contact Factory
See actuator parts list
102757+
102407+ 102408+ 102409+ 102410+
102406+
N/A
109294+ 109295+
109293+
N/A
116925+
116926+ 116927+
106291+
106292+ 106293+ 106294+ 106295+
2
117880+ 117881+ 117882+ 117883+
1
117879+
E70210
V70210
116183+
1
115626+
119-33 119-34 119-51 119-87
119-30
119-272 119-273
3
119-271
N/A
E70228 E70232 E70236 E70244
E70223
V70228 V70232 V70236 V70244
V70223
102417+ 102418+ 102419+ 102420+ 102421+ 102422+
N/A
N/A
N/A
110967+ 110968+ 110969+
108142+ 108143+ 108144+ 108145+ 108146+ 108147+
N/A
N/A
N/A
110986+ 110987+ 110988+
106398+ 106399+ 106400+ 106401+ 106402+ 106403+
N/A
N/A
N/A
111001+ 111002+ 111003+
20-240
115347+
107692+
107983+
20-241
115348+
107695+
107986+
BURT210
114824+
114825+
114829+
114830+
20-242
115349+
107048+
107982+
20-243 20-244
115350+ 115351+
102488+ 107698+
107974+ 107989+
N/A
114826+ 114827+ 114828+
114831+ 114832+ 114833+
PL5027-CH5
*
1.
2.
3.
Recommended Spare Parts
Wiping Stem Seal Adapter and Wiping Stem Seal options available for W60 Series valves only.
W80 Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of stem o-ring only.
High Pressure Body Clamp only required for valves equipped with High Pressure Adapter (item 3a).
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W64R/W84R Tank Outlet Valve
12
6
5
8
7
6
4
3,3a,3b,3d
2
1
4
4
2
10
(3a)
2
4a
2
4
(3b)
(3d)
VA100-244R
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W64R/W84R Tank Outlet Valve
Item #
*
1
2
3
3a
*
3b
3d
4
*
4a
5
*
6
7
*
8
10
12
1"
Part Description
Control Top
Actuator
Bearing
Adapter, W60 (Std.)
Adapter, High
Pressure
W60
W80
Adapter, W80
Adapter, Wiping Stem Seal
O-ring
EPDM
FKM
Wiping Stem
EPDM
Seal
FKM
Clamp
Standard
High Pressure
O-ring, Body
EPDM
FKM
Stem (less seat
Tef-FlowTM
ring)
Tri Ring
Metal
Seat Ring
Tef-Flow TM
Tef-Flow TM P
Tri Ring, EPDM
Tri Ring, FKM
High Pressure Backup Ring
Tank Flange
1/8" Thick
1/4" Thick
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
Notes
Contact Factory
See actuator parts list
102757+
102407+ 102408+ 102409+ 102410+
102406+
109294+ 109295+
109293+
N/A
116926+ 116927+
116925+
N/A
106292+ 106293+ 106294+ 106295+
106291+
117880+ 117881+ 117882+ 117883+
117879+
E70210 E70210 E70210 E70210
E70210
V70210 V70210 V70210 V70210
V70210
116183+ 116183+ 116183+ 116183+
116183+
115626+ 115626+ 115626+ 115626+
115626+
119-33 119-34 119-51 119-87
119-30
119-272 119-273
N/A
119-271
E70228 E70232 E70236 E70244
E70223
V70228 V70232 V70236 V70244
V70223
102411+ 102412+ 102413+ 102414+ 102415+ 102416+
108130+ 108131+ 108132+ 107045+ 108134+ 108135+
106386+ 106387+ 106388+ 106389+ 106390+ 106391+
20-241 20-242 20-243 20-244
20-240
115348+ 115349+ 115350+ 115351+
115347+
107695+ 107048+ 102488+ 107698+
107692+
107986+ 107982+ 107974+ 107989+
107983+
N/A
BURT210
114825+ 114826+ 114827+ 114828+
114824+
114830+ 114831+ 114832+ 114833+
114829+
2
1
1
3
PL5027-CH6
*
1.
2.
3.
Recommended Spare Parts
Wiping Stem Seal Adapter and Wiping Stem Seal options available for W60 Series valves only.
W80 Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of stem o-ring only.
High Pressure Body Clamp only required for valves equipped with High Pressure Adapter (item 3a).
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
W64ET Tank Outlet Valve
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W64ET Tank Outlet Valve
Item #
*
*
1
2
4
*
5
6
7
*
8
12
Part Description
Control Top
Actuator
Bearing
O-ring
EPDM
FKM
Clamp
Standard
O-ring, Body
EPDM
FKM
Stem (less seat ring) Tef-FlowTM
Tri Ring
Seat Ring
Tef-Flow TM
Tef-Flow TM P
Tri Ring, EPDM
Tri Ring, FKM
Tank Flange
1/8" Thick
1/4" Thick
2"
2-1/2"
3"
Contact Factory
See actuator parts list
102757+
E70210
V70210
119-33
119-34
119-51
E70228
E70232
E70236
V70228
V70232
V70236
117915+
117916+
117917+
117919+
117920+
117921+
20-241
20-242
20-243
115348+
115349+
115350+
107695+
107048+
102488+
107986+
107982+
107974+
114825+
114826+
114827+
114830+
114831+
114832+
PL5027-CH7
* Recommended Spare Parts
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W65/W85 Non-Slam Divert Valve
1
2
3,3a,3b,3d
5
6
4
8
5
6
9
7a
5
6
7b
8
7b
6
4
11,11a,11b,11d
2
4
2
10
2
2
4
(3a)
4a
4
(3b)
(3d)
4
4
2
2
10
(11a)
4a
2
4
(11b)
(11d)
VA100-245
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W65/W85 Non-Slam Divert Valve
Item #
*
1
2
3
3a
*
3b
3d
4
*
4a
5
*
6
7a
7b
*
8
*
9
10
11
11a
11b
11d
1"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
Notes
Part Description
Control Top
Contact Factory
Actuator
See actuator parts list
102757+
Bearing
Adapter, Upper - W60 (Std.)
102407+ 102408+ 102409+ 102410+
102406+
Adapter, Upper -High
W60
109294+ 109295+
109293+
N/A
Pressure
W80
116926+ 116927+
116925+
N/A
106291+
Adapter, Upper - W80
106292+ 106293+ 106294+ 106295+
2
Adapter, Upper-Wiping Stem
117879+
117880+ 117881+ 117882+ 117883+
1
E70210
O-ring
EPDM
V70210
FKM
116183+
Wiping Stem Seal
EPDM
1
115626+
FKM
119-30
Clamp
Standard
119-33 119-34 119-51 119-87
119-271
High Pressure
119-272 119-273
3
N/A
E70223
E70228 E70232 E70236 E70244
O-ring, Body
EPDM
V70223
V70228 V70232 V70236 V70244
FKM
TM
Stem, Upper (less
Tef-Flow 121963+ 121963+ 121964+ 121965+ 121966+ 121967+
seat ring)
Tri Ring POA 128178+ 127799+ 124016+ 128347+ 128358+
Metal POA
POA 131663+ 129233+ 130984+ POA
Stem, Lower (less seat ring):
Tef-FlowTM 121974+ 121975+ 121976+ 121977+ 121978+ 121979+
TM
Tef-Flow Long Stroke N/A
N/A
N/A
125952+ 125954+ 125958+
POA
128179+
127800+
124018+
128349+ 128360+
Tri Ring
Tri Ring, Long Stroke N/A
N/A
N/A
POA
POA
POA
Metal 106286+ 106286+ 131712+ 129232+ 130983+ POA
Metal, Long Stroke N/A
N/A
N/A
POA
POA
POA
20-241 20-242 20-243 20-244
20-240
Seat Ring
Tef-Flow TM
115348+ 115349+ 115350+ 115351+
115347+
Tef-Flow TM P
107695+ 107048+ 102488+ 107698+
107692+
Tri Ring, EPDM
107986+ 107982+ 107974+ 107989+
107983+
Tri Ring, FKM
E70215 E70215 E70215 E70215
E70206
O-ring, Lower Stem
EPDM
V70215 V70215 V70215 V70215
V70206
FKM
High Pressure Backup Ring
BURT210
N/A
Adapter, Lower - W60 (Std.)
106240+ 106241+ 106242+ 106243+
106329+
W60
103634+ 103635+
Adapter, Lower N/A
103632+
3
W80
116932+ 116933+
High Pressure
116930+
N/A
Adapter, Lower - W80
106297+ 106298+ 106299+ 106300+
2
106328+
Adapter, Lower-Wiping Stem
117981+ 117982+ 117983+ 117984+
1
117979+
Seal
PL5027-CH8
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Wiping Stem Seal Adapter and Wiping Stem Seal options are available for the W60 Series valves only.
2. W80 Adapter allows for liquid or steam flush of the stem o-ring only.
3. High Pressure Body Clamp is only required for valves equipped with High Pressure Adapters (items 3a and
11a).
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W60/W80 Series Single Seat Valve Bodies
4
6
T
10
15
TM
8
C
TS
16
7
8
6
TD
L
5
10
7
CD
13
12
14
TPS
CM
CS
20
Y
CPS
W61/W81/W68/W88
4
4
5
5
6
7
6
6
6
8
8
TT
TC
6
8
8
7
CTD
CC
CT
7
TCD
TTD
8
6
8
6
6
6
8
8
10
10
7
CCD
8
6
10
TTS
TCS
CTS
8
10
CCS
W62/W82/W682/W882
6
6
10
7
6
8
9
10
8
8
TS
TD
CS
TB
7
9
CB
CD
W63/W83/W68R/W88R
6
6
8
8
6
8
6
6
6
6
18
6
8
8
8
6
8
17
17
18
18
17
17
TTT
CTC
18
CCT
CTT
CCC
TCC
TTC
TCT
W65/W85
W61/W81 Offset Port Bodies
T
6
C
8
T
6
C
8
19
ET
1
2
3
W64/W84
VA100-363
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W60/W80 Series Single Seat Valve Bodies - inch O.D. Tube sizes
Item
1
1"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
Part Description
6" 1
Tee, Offset Port - Right Buttweld 108321+ 108322+ 108323+ 108324+ 108325+ 108326+ 116739+
(TOPR)
S-Line 108433+ 108438+ 108443+ 108448+ 108453+ 108458+ POA
2
Tee, Offset Port - Left
(TOPL)
Buttweld 108327+ 108328+ 108329+ 108330+ 108331+ 108332+ 116735+
3
Cross, Offset Port
(COP)
Buttweld 108333+ 108334+ 108335+ 108336+ 108337+ 108338+
POA
S-Line 108493+ 108498+ 108503+ 108508+ 108513+ 108518+
POA
4
Tee (T)
5
Cross (C)
6
Upper Tee (T)
7
Double Side Port (D)
8
Upper Cross (C)
9
Lower Bottom Port (B)
10 Single Side Port (S)
S-Line 108463+ 108468+ 108473+ 108478+ 108483+ 108488+ 118920+
Buttweld 102400+ 102401+ 102402+ 102403+ 102404+ 102405+ 114296+
S-Line 104143+ 104147+ 104151+ 104155+ 104159+ 104163+ 117205+
Buttweld 102449+ 102450+ 102451+ 102452+ 102453+ 102454+ 114297+
S-Line 104191+ 104195+ 104199+ 104203+ 104207+ 104211+
POA
Buttweld 102144+ 102145+ 102146+ 102147+ 102148+ 102149+ 119245+
S-Line 104167+ 104171+ 104175+ 104179+ 104183+ 104187+ 119247+
Buttweld 102785+ 102786+ 102787+ 102788+ 102789+ 102790+
POA
S-Line 104263+ 104267+ 104271+ 104275+ 104279+ 104283+
POA
Buttweld 102455+ 102456+ 102457+ 102458+ 102459+ 102460+ 119246+
S-Line 104215+ 104219+ 104223+ 104227+ 104231+ 104235+
POA
Buttweld 102779+ 102780+ 102781+ 102782+ 102783+ 102784+
POA
S-Line 104287+ 104291+ 104295+ 104299+ 104923+ 104927+
POA
Buttweld 102773+ 102774+ 102775+ 102776+ 102777+ 102778+
POA
S-Line 104239+ 104243+ 104247+ 104251+ 104255+ 104259+
POA
12 Tee, Port Short (TPS)
S-Line 111709+ 111710+ 111711+ 111712+ 109955+ 111713+
POA
13 Cross, Port Short (CPS)
S-Line 112408+ 112409+ 112410+ 112411+ 112412+ 112413+
POA
14 Cross, Manifold (CM)
Buttweld 105586+ 105587+ 105588+ 105589+ 105590+ 105591+
POA
15 Tee, Manifold (TM)
Buttweld 105580+ 105581+ 105582+ 105583+ 105584+ 105585+
POA
Buttweld 107685+ 107686+ 107687+ 107688+ 107689+ 107690+
POA
S-Line 107702+ 107706+ 107710+ 107714+ 107718+ 107722+
POA
16 In-line Body (L)
17 Lower Tee (T)
18 Lower Cross (C)
20 Y Body (Y) 1
Buttweld 106269+ 106061+ 106062+ 106063+ 106064+ 106065+ 124955+
S-Line 106341+ 106345+ 106349+ 106353+ 106357+ 106361+
S-Line 106365+ 106369+ 106373+ 106377+ 106381+ 106385+
POA
Buttweld
POA
POA
POA
121663+ 121769+ 121770+
POA
S-Line
POA
POA
POA
119556+ 119555+ 119554+
POA
Notes:
1. Bodies and 6" sizes are not currently available for W68, W88 or W90 series.
POA: Contact Factory
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POA
Buttweld 106270+ 106262+ 106263+ 106264+ 106265+ 106266+ 124956+
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4" (101 mm) and 5" (127 mm) Air-to-Spring or Air-to-Air Actuators
1,1a,1b,1c,1d
5
13
4
10
6
8
7
9
5
3
12
VA100-410
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4" (101 mm) and 5" (127 mm) Air-to-Spring or Air-to-Air Actuators
Item #
*
*
*
*
4" Diameter
(101 mm)
Part Description
1
1a
1b
1c
1d
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Indicator Stem - Visual
Indicator Stem - WCB 2-piece Control Top
Indicator Stem - Bürkert 8681 Control Top
Indicator Stem - CU4 control Top
Indicator Stem - Set and forget
Stem, Lower
Cylinder
Bearing, Cylinder
O-ring
Nitrile
O-ring, Cylinder
Nitrile
Seal, U-cup
Cap Screw, 1/4-20 x .375" lg.
Piston & Spring
Standard Spring
Assembly
Heavy Duty Spring
Air-to-Air (no spring)
12
Yoke
13
Vent Plug
Actuator Seal Kit (contains recomm. spares)
5" Diameter
(127 mm)
121007+
118937+
118938+
118939+
131069+
130390+
119677+
102141+
102134+
102136+
102130+
102757+
102757+
N70210
N70210
N70240
N70248
57-15
120026+
30-68
30-68
118144+
118145+
118146+
118147+
118148+
118149+
102137+
102131+
3023957+
3023957+
106324+
106325+
Notes
2
2
3
5
Complete Actuator Assemblies
Part Description
Spring
Air-to-Raise Visual Indicator Stem
Standard
Heavy Duty
Standard
Heavy Duty
Standard
Heavy Duty
Standard
Heavy Duty
Control Top Indicator Stem
Air-to-Lower Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
4" Diameter
(101 mm)
ACT00205
ACT00207
ACT00215
ACT00217
ACT00209
ACT00211
ACT00219
ACT00221
ACT00213
ACT00223
5" Diameter
(127 mm)
ACT00206
ACT00208
ACT00216
ACT00218
ACT00210
ACT00212
ACT00220
ACT00222
ACT00214
ACT00224
Notes
2
3
2
3
Air-to-Air
Visual Indicator Stem
2
Control Top Indicator Stem
3
PL5027-CH21
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Air-to-Air is the same as Air-to-Raise without use of a spring.
(part # 5900032+ on 4-inch (101 mm) actuator, part # 5900035+ on 5-inch (127 mm) actuator)
2. Stem only - does not include target
3. Stem for use with WCB 2-piece control top
5. SPX FLOW does not recommend any attempt at disassembly or replacement of the spring in
the piston assembly – please replace the entire caged piston & spring assembly when
necessary.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
6" (152 mm) Air-to-Spring or Air-to-Air Actuators
5
1,1a,1b,1c,1d
13
6
4
10
14
8
11
7
15
9
3
12
VA100-407
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6" (152 mm) Air-to-Spring or Air-to-Air Actuators
Item #
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
6" (152 mm)
Diameter
Part Description
Indicator Stem - Visual
Indicator Stem - WCB 2-piece Control Top
Indicator Stem - Bürkert 8681 Control Top
Indicator Stem - CU4 control Top
Indicator Stem - Set and forget
Stem, Lower
Cylinder
Bearing, Cylinder
Nitrile
O-ring
Nitrile
O-ring, Cylinder
Nitrile
O-Ring, Piston
Cap Screw, 1/4-20 x .375" lg.
Standard Spring
Piston & Spring
Assembly
Heavy Spring
Air-to-Air (no spring)
11
Nitrile
O-ring
12
Yoke
13
Vent Plug
14
Bearing, Piston
15
Bearing, Yoke
Actuator Seal Kit (contains recomm. spares)
1
1a
1b
1c
1d
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
108834+
108830+
131506+
131216+
119681+
108825+
106007+
102757+
N70210
N70255
N70433
30-68
110288+
108832+
118200+
N70214
108827+
3023957+
102052+
106047+
129867+
Notes
2
2
3
5
Complete Actuator Assemblies
Part Description
Air-to-Raise
Spring
Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
Air-to-Lower
Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
Air-to-Air
Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
Standard
Heavy
Standard
Heavy
Standard
Heavy
Standard
Heavy
6" (152 mm)
Diameter
ACT00225
ACT00226
ACT00227
ACT00228
ACT00229
ACT00230
ACT00231
ACT00232
ACT00233
ACT00234
Notes
2
3
2
3
2
3
PL5027-CH23
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Air-to-Air is the same as Air-to-Raise without use of a spring.
2. Stem only - does not include target
3. Stem for use with WCB 2-piece control top
4. This actuator is for W60/W80/W90 series valves.
5. SPX FLOW does not recommend any attempt at disassembly or replacement of
the spring in the piston assembly – please replace the entire caged piston & spring
assembly when necessary.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
4" (101 mm) and 6" (152 mm) Air-to-Spring Long Stroke Actuator
1,1a,1b,1c,1d
5
13
6
4
16
10
14
8
7
11
9
15
12
3
VA100-406
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4" (101 mm) and 6" (152 mm) Air-to-Spring Long Stroke Actuator
Item
1
1a
1b
1c
1d
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Part Description
Indicator Stem - Visual
Indicator Stem - WCB 2-piece Control Top
Indicator Stem - Bürkert 8681 Control Top
Indicator Stem - CU4 control Top
Indicator Stem - Set and forget
Air-to-Raise, 2-1/2" or 65 mm model valve
Air-to-Raise, 3" or 80 mm model valve
Stem,
Air-to-Raise, 4" or 100 mm model valve
3
Lower Air-to-Lower, 2-1/2" or 65 mm model valve
Air-to-Lower, 3" or 80 mm model valve
Air-to-Lower, 4" or 100 mm model valve
4 Cylinder
5 Bearing, Cylinder
6 O-ring
Nitrile
7 O-ring, Cylinder
Nitrile
8 O-ring, Piston
Nitrile
9 Cap Screw, 1/4-20 x .375" lg.
10 Piston & Spring Assembly
11 O-ring
Nitrile
12 Yoke
13 Vent Plug
14 Bearing, Piston
15 Bearing, Yoke
2-1/2" or 65 mm model valve
3" or 80 mm model valve
16 Spacer
4" or 100 mm model valve
Actuator Seal Kit (contains recomm. spares)
4" (101 mm) 6" (152 mm) 6" (152 mm)
Notes
Diameter
Diameter
Dia. XL
110296+
119601+
110800+
N/A
134716+
N/A
2
N/A
2
N/A
3
119679+
114195+
110299+
118527+
114195+
110299+
118527+
114195+
110299+
118527+
114603+
108869+
118527+
110299+
110870+
118527+
114195+
110299+
118527+
114191+
110297+
119572+
102757+
N70210
N70240
N70342
30-68
114197+
110293+
119573+
5
N70214
114192+
110298+
119571+
3023957+
101995+
102052+
102052+
106047+
110868+
N/A
110871+
N/A
N/A
134420+
129687+
Complete Actuator Assemblies (see note 4)
Part Description
Visual Indicator Stem
Air-to-Raise
Control Top Indicator Stem
Air-to-Lower
Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
Valve Model
inch
mm
2-1/2
65
3
80
4
100
2-1/2
65
3
80
4
100
2-1/2
65
3
80
4
100
2-1/2
65
3
80
4
100
4" (101 mm) 6" (152 mm) 6" (152 mm)
Notes
Diameter
Diameter
Dia. XL
ACT00131
ACT00239
POA
2
ACT00123
ACT00110
POA
2
ACT00235
ACT00115
POA
2
ACT00134
ACT00248
POA
3
ACT00243
ACT00249
POA
3
ACT0244
ACT00250
POA
3
ACT00236
ACT00240
POA
2
ACT00237
ACT00241
POA
2
ACT00238
ACT00242
POA
2
ACT00245
ACT00251
POA
3
ACT00246
ACT00252
POA
3
ACT00247
ACT00253
POA
3
PL5027-CH25
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Long stroke actuators are not available for the W90 series diaphragm stem valves.
2. Stem only - does not include target
3. Stem for use with WCB 2-piece control top
4. Assemblies are different for each valve size.
5. SPX FLOW does not recommend any attempt at disassembly or replacement of the spring in the piston
assembly – please replace the entire caged piston & spring assembly when necessary.
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6" (152 mm) Air-to-Air Long Stroke Actuator
1,1a,1b,1c,1d
5
6
16
4
10
14
8
9
7
11
15
12
3
VA100-408
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6" (152 mm) Air-to-Air Long Stroke Actuator
Item #
1
1a
1b
1c
1d
3
Indicator Stem
Indicator Stem
Indicator Stem
Indicator Stem
Indicator Stem
Stem, Lower
Part Description
- Visual
- WCB 2-piece Control Top
- Bürkert 8681 Control Top
- CU4 control Top
- Set and forget
2-1/2" or 65 mm model valve
3" or 80 mm model valve
4" or 100 mm model valve
Cylinder
Bearing, Cylinder
O-ring
Nitrile
O-ring, Cylinder
Nitrile
O-ring, Piston
Nitrile
Cap Screw, 1/4-20 x .375" lg.
Piston Assembly
*
O-ring
Nitrile
Yoke
*
Bearing, Piston
*
Bearing, Yoke
Spacer
2-1/2" or 65 mm model valve
3" or 80 mm model valve
4" or 100 mm model valve
Actuator Seal Kit (contains recomm. spares)
*
*
*
*
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
6" (152 mm)
Diameter
110296+
110800+
134716+
N/A
119679+
110299+
110299+
110299+
106007+
102757+
N70210
N70255
N70433
30-68
118239+
N70214
110298+
102052+
106047+
110868+
110871+
N/A
129867+
Notes
2
2
3
Complete Actuator Assemblies (see note 4)
Valve Model
Part Description
Air-to-Air
Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
inch
2-1/2
3
4
2-1/2
3
4
mm
65
80
100
65
80
100
6" (152 mm)
Diameter
ACT00258
ACT00259
ACT00260
ACT00261
ACT00262
ACT00263
Notes
2
2
2
3
3
3
PL5027-CH27
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
1. Long stroke actuators are not available for the W90 series diaphragm stem valves.
2. Stem only - does not include target
3. Stem for use with WCB 2-piece control top
4. Assemblies are different for each valve size.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
4" (101 mm) Air-to-Raise 3-Position Actuator
11
1,1a,1b,
1c,1d
5
13
4
2
10
11
8
15
11
14
5
20
6
9
7
21
3
12
VA100-375
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4" (101 mm) Air-to-Raise 3-Position Actuator
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Part Description
Item #
1
Indicator Stem - Visual
1a
Indicator Stem - WCB 2-piece Control Top
1b
Indicator Stem - Bürkert 8681 Control Top
1c
Indicator Stem - CU4 control Top
1d
Indicator Stem - Set and forget
2
Stem, Upper
3
Stem, Lower
4
Cylinder
5
Bearing
6
O-ring
Nitrile
7
O-ring, Cylinder
Nitrile
8
Seal, U-cup
9
Cap Screw, 1/4-20 x .375" lg.
10
Piston & Spring Assembly
11
O-ring
Nitrile
12
Yoke
13
Vent Plug
14
Bearing, Piston
15
Piston, Lower
20
O-ring, Lower Piston
Nitrile
21
Stem, Outer
Actuator Seal Kit (contains recomm. spares)
4" (101 mm)
Notes
Diameter
102143+
118938+
131069+
130390+
119677+
102142+
114394+
114388+
102757+
N70219
N70240
57-15
30-68
118144+
N70210
114387+
3023957+
101995+
114391+
N70342
114393+
134421+
2
2
3
5
Complete Actuator Assemblies
Air-to-Raise
Part Description
Visual Indicator Stem
Control Top Indicator Stem
4" (101 mm)
Notes
Diameter
ACT00127
ACT00254
2
3
PL5027-CH29
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
2. Stem only - does not include target
3. Stem for use with WCB 2-piece control top
5. SPX FLOW does not recommend any attempt at disassembly or
replacement of the spring in the piston assembly – please replace the entire
caged piston & spring assembly when necessary.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
4" (101 mm) Air-to-Lower 3-Position Actuator
21
1
11
4
15
17
19
16
8
18
6
10
7
9
5
13
3
6
12
VA100-179
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4" (101 mm) Air-to-Lower 3-Position Actuator
*
*
*
*
*
*
Item #
Part Description
1
Stop, Adjustable (Upper)
3
Stem, Lower
4
Cylinder
5
Bearing, Yoke
6
O-ring
Nitrile
7
O-ring, Cylinder
Nitrile
8
Seal, U-cup - Main Piston
9
Cap Screw, 1/4-20 x .375" lg.
10 Piston & Spring Assembly
11 O-ring
Nitrile
12 Yoke
13 Vent Plug
15 Piston, Upper
16 Cap Screw, 7/16-14 x 1.5"
17 Seal, U-cup - Upper Piston
18 Washer
19 Lock Washer
21 Hex Jam Nut
Actuator Seal Kit (contains recomm. spares)
4" (101 mm)
Diameter Notes
45417+
105793+
105794+
102757+
N70210
N70240
57-15
30-68
118144+
N70115
102137+
3023957+
70162+
5
30-332
57-11
3023961+
9570210+
36-79
134422+
Complete Actuator Assemblies
Air-to-Lower
105792+
PL5027-CH31
Notes
* Recommended Spare Parts
5. SPX FLOW does not recommend any attempt at disassembly or
replacement of the spring in the piston assembly – please replace the
entire caged piston & spring assembly when necessary.
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
4" (101 mm), 5" (127 mm) and 6" (152 mm)
Air-to-Raise Adjustable-Spring Actuator
17
6
20
18
13
VA100-660
Item #
Part Description
6
O-ring
13
Vent Plug
17
Locknut, Cover
*
18
O-ring
20
Screw, Adjusting
* Recommended Spare Parts
*
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4" (101 mm) 5" (127 mm) 6" (152 mm)
Diameter
Diameter
Diameter
Nitrile
Nitrile
N70210
3023957+
124058+
N70032
124057+
3023957+
124058+
PL5027-CH79
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4" (101 mm), 5" (127 mm) and 6" (152 mm)
Air-to-Lower Adjustable-Spring Actuator
13
18
6
20
17
VA100-661
Item #
Part Description
*
6
O-ring
13
Vent Plug
17
Locknut, Cover
*
18
O-ring
20
Screw, Adjusting
* Recommended Spare Parts
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4" (101 mm) 5" (127 mm) 6" (152 mm)
Diameter
Diameter
Diameter
Nitrile
Nitrile
95-03022
N70210
3023957+
124058+
N70032
124057+
N70210
3023957+
124058+
N70032
124057+
N70210
3023957+
124058+
N70032
124057+
PL5027-CH78
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Maintenance Free Actuator
1c
1a
1
1b
3
2
1b
1
1a
VA100-772
1c
A Size
B Size
C Size
(74
mm)
(110
mm)
(165
mm)
Item #
Part Description
Complete Actuator Assembly - Air to Spring * M18HP816307 M18HP816308 M18HP816309
Complete Actuator Assembly - Air to Air **
M18AP818163 M18AP818164 M18AP818165
1
Seal Bearing (includes 1a, 1b, and 1c below)
H204256
H204256
H204256
1a Seal Screw
H170200
H170200
H170200
1b V-Seal
H171060
H171060
H171060
1c O-Ring
H171059
H171059
H171059
2
Air Fitting
M568SS066A M568SS066A M568SS066A
3
Vent Plug
H16218
H16218
H16218
Notes
* Air to Spring actuator requires (2) Seal Bearings, (1) Air Fitting and (1) Vent Plug
** Air to Air actuator requires (2) Seal Bearings and (2) Air Fittings
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Parts Lists
Maintenance Free Actuator Cap
2
4
3
1
VA100-771
A Size
(74 mm)
B Size
(110 mm)
C Size
(165 mm)
Cap Assembly Complete *
18MB816568
18MB816503
18MB816503
1
Cover Plate
18HP816649
18HP816333
18HP816333
2
Cap
589P800276
H79298
589P800276
H79298
521SR238FB
521SR238FB
Item #
-
Part Description
3
Jam Nut
589P800276
H79298
4
Screw
521SR238FB
Notes
* Cap Assembly Complete includes (1) Cover Plate, (1) Jam Nut & (4) Screws
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Hand Lock Manual Handle
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Part Description
Actuator Assembly
Hex Nut
Plane Washer
Retaining Ring
Nut-Adjusting
Locknut with Handle
Plain Washer
Stem - Manual Actuator
Adjusting Screw Assembly
Part No.
105167+
36-54
43-31
2104600+
2098700+
36-50
43-55
105168+
105170+
Note
1
PL5027-CH39
Notes
1. The hex nut is only used for shipping. The hex nut is not
used when the actuator is installed on a valve.
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Parts Lists
Hand Lock Long Stroke Manual Handle
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Long Stroke Extra Long Stroke
Note
Part No.
Part No.
Part Description
Actuator Assembly
Hex Nut
Plane Washer
Retaining Ring
Nut-Adjusting
Locknut with Handle
Plain Washer
Stem - Manual Actuator
Adjusting Screw Assembly
112100+
36-54
43-31
2104600+
112101+
36-50
43-55
110299+
112098+
121914+
36-54
43-31
2104600+
121916+
36-50
43-55
121915+
121917+
1
PL5027-CH40
Notes
1. The hex nut is only used for shipping. The hex nut is not used when the actuator
is installed on a valve.
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Micrometer Handle
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part Description
Actuator Assembly
Yoke
Handle
Stem
Bearing
Retaining Ring
Clip
O-Ring, PTFE Coated
Part No.
112884+
112881+
112882+
112883+
102757+
113163+
65-1
9-40
PL5027-CH41
Notes
1. When the micrometer handle assembly is
ordered as a loose component, a vernier scale
is not acid-etched on the handle and body.
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Installation Tools
Installation Tools
Tef-Flow™ P Tools
2
1
A
B
VA100-806 a
3
VA100-381a
Tef-Flow™ P Installation tools
Tef-Flow™ P Removal tools
Part No.
135036+
133470+
Notes: Does not apply to W61Y
Includes all items listed under "Installation"
Includes all items listed under "Removal"
Tef-Flow™ P Tool Kits
Installation Tool Kit
Removal Tool Kit
Tef-Flow™ P Tools
Valve Size (Except for W61Y)
1"
1-1/2"
2"
2-1/2"
3"
4"
6"
Installation:
A Seat Installation Tool
B Install Base Tool
Removal:
115654+
115655+ 115656+ 115657+ 115658+ 117955+
115653+
1 Seat Removal Tool
2 Puck
Install Base Tool,
3
Upper Stem Insert
133476+
133477+ 133478+ 133479+ 133480+
132900+
N/A
131301+
W61Y
Tef-Flow™ P Tools
2-1/2"
Installation:
A Seat Installation Tool
B Install Base Tool
3"
4"
118903+ 118904+ 118905+
118902+
Removal:
1 Seat Removal Tool
2 Puck
3 Install Base Tool, Upper Stem Insert
POA
POA
POA
POA
POA
POA
POA
POA
POA
PL5027-CH66
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Waukesha Cherry-Burrell Brand W60/W80 Valves
Tri-Ring Tool
Tri Ring Tool
102797+
PL5027-CH85
VA100-208b
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED ACTION
Leakage
Leakage from inside port with Seat ring failure
valve closed
Leakage around yoke
Replace seat rings.
Debris trapped in valve seats
Remove valve from service.
Inspect and replace seat as needed.
Seat ring not on valve body seat
Check actuator for function.
Stem loose
Tighten actuator stems. Tighten valve
stem to actuator stem in yoke.
Actuator loose at adapter
Turn actuator to tighten when valve is
open (W61,W63) or partly open (W62,
W65).
Internal stem adapter o-ring failure Replace o-ring.
External body adapter o-ring
failure
Replace o-ring.
Air pressure too low
For 4” (101 mm), 5” (127 mm) and 6”
(152 mm) light spring actuators, set air
pressure to 60 psi (4 bar).
For 6” (152 mm) standard spring
actuators,
set air pressure to 80 psi (6 bar).
Control failure
Check control sequence.
Operation
Valve fails to open
Check control wiring and power source.
Valve fails to close
Control failure
Check control sequence.
Check air supply.
Check for loose stems.
Check control wiring and power source.
Actuator moves when valve
opens
Slow valve operation
Debris trapped in valve seat
Remove valve from service.
Inspect and replace seat as needed.
Clamp loose
Tighten clamp with valve open.
Yoke loose
Tighten yoke to adapter by turning
actuator.
Air not exhausting fast enough
Install quick exhaust.
Move solenoid closer to valve or install
in control top.
Valve not opening fast enough
Use a bigger diameter air line.
Electrical
For control top information, please refer to publication 95-03083. For additional product information, please
see our web site at www.spxflow.com/en/waukesha-cherry-burrell/resources/product-literature.
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Notes
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W60 and W80 Series
Valves
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