Rebuild/Repack Kits for Flowrite™ VF 599 Series 2-1/2 to 6

Rebuild/Repack Kits for Flowrite™ VF 599 Series 2-1/2 to 6
Installation Instructions
Document No. 129-216
September 29, 2009
Rebuild/Repack Kits for Flowrite™
VF 599 Series 2-1/2 to 6-inch Valves
Table 1. Open End Wrench Sizes.
Product Description
This kit contains the parts necessary to rebuild and
repack either the normal duty or high temperature
packing in a Flowrite VP 599 Series Flanged Valve.
Contents

Stem and plug assembly

Two gaskets: one stamped Class 125, the
other stamped Class 250

Packing cartridge assembly kit Cartridge,
copper gasket, and instructions

Packing bearing

Packing spring
599-10100 through 599-10149
See Tables 3 and 4 for cross reference of valve
number to kit number.
Warning/Caution Notations
CAUTION
Personal injury/loss of life may
occur if a procedure is not
performed as specified.
Equipment damage, or loss of
data may occur if the user
does not follow procedure as
specified.
Required Tools


Valve Body Cap Screws
ANSI 125 2-1/2 to
4-inch
(65 to 100 mm)
ANSI 125 5 and 6-inch
(125 to 150 mm)
ANSI 250 2-1/2 to 6-inch
(65 to 150 mm)
Packing Cartridge
All Bonnets

Product Numbers
WARNING
Use on
Tools for removing the actuator. These tools
are listed on the installation instruction
included in the packing cartridge assembly
kit.
Open end wrenches or adjustable wrench.
See Table 1.
Wrench
Size
Torque
15/16 inch 55 to 60 lb-ft
( 24 mm) (75 to 80 Nm)
1-1/8 inch
( 29 mm)
1-1/8 inch
(29 mm)
90 to 100 lb-ft
(122-130 Nm)
90 to 100 lb-ft
(122-130 Nm)
1-1/2 inch
(39 mm)
60 to 65 lb-ft
(80 to 85 Nm)
Three-way valves:
Large drive socket wrench with a 1/2-inch
extender.
Lower seat tool, order separately. See
Table 2.
Table 2. Three-way Valve Lower Seat Tool.
Valve Size
Inch (mm)
2-1/2 (65)
3 (75)
4 (100)
5 (125)
6 (150)
Part Number
599-09144
599-09145
599-09146
599-09147
599-09148
Expected Installation Time
45 minutes for NO valves
60 minutes for NC valves
90 minutes for three-way valves
Prerequisites
Open the packing cartridge assembly kit and remove
the installation instructions. These instructions
explain how to remove and reassemble each type of
actuator and list the tools needed.
We recommend repacking the valve at a bench and
not in line.
Item Number 129-216, Rev. 200
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Installation Instructions
September 29, 2009
1.
Remove the actuator by following the
instructions included in the packing cartridge kit.
2.
Using a 1-1/2 inch wrench, remove the packing
cartridge assembly.
3.
Remove and discard the copper gasket. The
gasket cannot be reused.
4.
Remove the cap screws in the bonnet flange.
See Table 1 for the proper wrench size. Save
the cap screws.
5.
Lift the bonnet flange from the valve body.
Remove and discard the gasket.
6.
Remove and discard the packing spring and
packing bearing.
7.
Remove and discard the stem and plug
assembly.
PACKING
CARTRIDGE
8.
Clean the bonnet threads to remove any
buildup.
COPPER
GASKET
9.
Inspect the seat for damage.
Prerequisites, Continued
WARNING:
Isolate the valve so that the medium (water,
steam, etc.) will not leak out of the valve
when the valve body is disassembled.
WARNING:
Remove and cap the air line or disconnect
the power to the actuator before removing
the actuator from the valve.
Installation
Normally open valves
Removing the Packing and the Stem and Plug
Assembly. (See Figure 1)
PACKING
CARTRIDGE
KIT
PACKING
SPRING
PACKING
BEARING
CAP
SCREW
Replacing the Stem and Plug Assembly and
Packing
1.
Locate the groove on the plug and align it with
the anti-spin pin in the seat. See Figure 2.
BONNET
FLANGE
GASKET
STEM
AND
PLUG
ASSEMBLY
GROOVE
VALVE
BODY
Figure 2. Aligning the Groove and Pin.
VF0135R1
ANTISPIN
PIN
Figure 1. Normally Open Valve.
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2. Insert the new stem and plug assembly into the
valve body making sure that the anti-spin pin is
in the plug groove.
CAUTION:
Be careful not to nick the seat.
3. Select the gasket that is marked for the
appropriate ANSI Class valve. Place the gasket
on the valve body.
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Installation, Continued
4. Attach the bonnet flange to the valve body using
an open end wrench to tighten the cap screws.
See Table 1 for the proper wrench size and
torque.
5. Insert the new packing bearing and the packing
spring into the bonnet.
1.
Remove the actuator by following the
instructions included in the packing cartridge kit.
2.
Using a 1-1/2 inch wrench, remove the packing
cartridge assembly.
3.
Remove and discard the copper gasket. The
gasket cannot be reused.
4.
Remove the cap screws on the bottom of the
valve. See Table 1 for the proper wrench size.
Save the cap screws.
5.
Remove and discard the gasket.
6.
Remove and discard the stem and plug
assembly.
7.
Remove the packing spring and packing
bearing from the bonnet and discard them.
8.
Clean the bonnet threads to remove any buildup.
9.
Inspect the seat for damage.
6. Place the new copper gasket on the valve
bonnet.
7. Insert the new packing assembly cartridge into
the valve bonnet. Use a 1-1/2 inch wrench to
tighten the cartridge applying 60 to 65 lb-ft (80 to
85 Nm) torque.
8. Return to the instructions that came in the
packing cartridge kit to assemble the actuator to
the valve.
Normally closed valves
Removing the Packing and the Stem and Plug
Assembly. (See Figure 3)
Replacing the Stem and Plug Assembly and
Packing
1.
Locate the groove on the plug and align it with
the anti-spin pin in the seat. See Figure 2.
2.
Insert the new stem and plug assembly into the
valve body making sure that the anti-spin pin is
in the plug groove.
CAUTION:
Be careful not to nick the seat.
3. Select the gasket that is marked for the
appropriate ANSI Class valve. Place the gasket
on the valve cap.
4. Attach the cap to the valve body using an open
end wrench to tighten the cap screws. See
Table 1 for the proper wrench size and torque.
5. Insert the new packing bearing and the packing
spring into the bonnet.
6. Place the new copper gasket on the valve
bonnet.
7. Insert the new packing assembly cartridge into
the valve bonnet. Use a 1-1/2 inch wrench to
tighten the cartridge applying 60 to 65 lb-ft
(80 to 85 Nm) torque.
8. Return to the instructions that came in the
packing cartridge kit to assemble the actuator to
the valve.
Figure 3. Normally Closed Valve.
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Installation, Continued
2.
Using a 1-1/2 inch wrench, remove the packing
cartridge assembly.
Three-way valves
3.
Removing the Packing and the Stem and Plug
Assembly. (See Figure 4)
Remove and discard the copper gasket. The
gasket cannot be reused.
4.
Remove the cap screws on the service flange, if
used. See Table 1 for the proper wrench size.
Save the cap screws.
5.
Remove and discard the gasket.
6.
Select the lower seat tool with the matching
valve body size stamped on it.
7.
Using a socket wrench inserted into the lower
seat tool (Figure 5), carefully remove the lower
seat from the valve body.
Figure 5. Lower Seat Tool and Socket Wrench with
Extender.
8. Remove and discard the stem and plug
assembly.
9. Remove the packing spring and packing bearing
from the bonnet and discard them.
10. Clean the bonnet threads to remove any buildup. Also clean the threads of the lower seat and
valve body.
11. Inspect the seat for damage.
Replacing the Stem and Plug Assembly and
Packing
1.
Locate the groove on the plug and align it with
the anti-spin pin in the upper seat. See
Figure 2.
2.
Insert the new stem and plug assembly into the
valve body making sure that the anti-spin pin is
in the plug groove.
Figure 4. Three-Way Valve.
1.
Remove the actuator by following the
instructions included in the packing cartridge kit.
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7. Select the gasket that is marked for the
appropriate ANSI Class valve. Place the gasket
on the service flange.
Installation, Continued
CAUTION:
Be careful not to nick the seat.
3. Fasten the lower seat into the valve body using
the socket wrench and lower seat tool applying
90 to 100 lb-ft (122 to 130 Nm) torque.
8. Attach the service flange, if used, to the valve
body using an open end wrench to tighten the
cap screws. See Table 1 for the proper wrench
size and torque.
4. Insert the new packing bearing and the packing
spring into the bonnet.
9. Return to the instructions that came in the
packing cartridge kit to assemble the actuator to
the valve.
5. Place the new copper gasket on the valve
bonnet.
The installation is now complete.
6. Insert the new packing assembly cartridge into
the valve bonnet. Use a 1-1/2 inch wrench to
tighten the cartridge applying 60 to 65 lb-ft
(80 to 85 Nm) torque.
Table 3. Rebuild/Repack Service Kit Part Numbers for Three-way Valves.
ANSI Class 125
Valve Number
599-06160
599-06161
599-06162
599-06163
599-06164
599-06165
599-06166
599-06167
599-06168
599-06169
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ANSI Class 250
Valve Number
599-06170
599-06171
599-06172
599-06173
599-06174
599-06175
599-06176
599-06177
599-06178
599-06179
Valve
Inch (mm)
2-1/2 (65) Bronze trim
3 (85) Bronze trim
4 (100) Bronze trim
5 (125) Bronze trim
6 (150) Bronze trim
2-1/2 (65) Stainless Steel trim
3 (85) Stainless Steel trim
4 (100) Stainless Steel trim
5 (125) Stainless Steel trim
6 (150) Stainless Steel trim
Kit
Number
599-10125
599-10126
599-10127
599-10128
599-10129
599-10120
599-10121
599-10122
599-10123
599-10124
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Table 4. Rebuild/Repack Service Kits Part Numbers for NO and NC Valves.
ANSI Class 250
Valve Number
ANSI Class 125
Valve Number
599-05960
599-05961
599-05962
599-05963
599-05964
599-05970
599-05971
599-05972
599-05973
599-05974
599-05980
599-05981
599-05982
599-05983
599-05984
599-05990
599-05991
599-05992
599-05993
599-05994
599-06040
599-06041
599-06042
599-06043
599-06044
599-06050
599-06051
599-06052
599-06053
599-06054
599-06060
599-06061
599-06062
599-06063
599-06064
599-06070
599-06071
599-06072
599-06073
599-06074
599-05920
599-05921
599-05922
599-05923
599-05924
599-05930
599-05931
599-05932
599-05933
599-05934
599-05940
599-05941
599-05942
599-05943
599-05944
599-05950
599-05951
599-05952
599-05953
599-05954
599-06120
599-06121
599-06122
599-06123
599-06124
599-06130
599-06131
599-06132
599-06133
599-06134
599-06140
599-06141
599-06142
599-06143
599-06144
599-06150
599-06151
599-06152
599-06153
599-06154
Valve Description
N.O. 2-1/2 (65), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.O. 3 (85), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.O. 4 (100), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.O.5 (125), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.O. 6 (150), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.C. 2-1/2 (65), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.C. 3 (85), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.C. 4 (100), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.C.5 (125), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.C. 6 (150), =%, Stl. Steel Trim
N.O. 2-1/2 (65), =%, Bronze Trim
N.O. 3 (85), =%, Bronze Trim
N.O. 4 (100), =%, Bronze Trim
N.O. 5 (125.), =%, Bronze Trim
N.O. 6 (150), =%, Bronze Trim
N.C. 2-1/2 (65), =%, Bronze Trim
N.C. 3 (85), =%, Bronze Trim
N.C. 4 (100), =%, Bronze Trim
N.C. 5 (125), =%, Bronze Trim
N.C. 6 (150), =%, Bronze Trim
N.O. 2-1/2 (65), Linear, Steam Packing
N.O. 3 (85), Linear, Steam Packing
N.O. 4 (100), Linear, Steam Packing
N.O. 5 (125), Linear, Steam Packing
N.O. 6 (150), Linear, Steam Packing
N.C. 2-1/2 (65), Linear, Steam Packing
N.C. 3 (85), Linear, Steam Packing
N.C. 4 (100), Linear, Steam Packing
N.C. 5 (125), Linear, Steam Packing
N.C. 6 (150), Linear, Steam Packing
N.O. 2-1/2 (65,) Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.O. 3 (85), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.O. 4 (100), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.O. 5 (125), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.O. 6 (150), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.C. 2-1/2 (65), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.C. 3 (85), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.C. 4 (100), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.C. 5 (125), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
N.C. 6 (150), Linear, Normal Duty Packing
Kit No.
599-10130
599-10131
599-10132
599-10133
599-10134
599-10140
599-10141
599-10142
599-10143
599-10144
599-10135
599-10136
599-10137
599-10138
599-10139
599-10145
599-10146
599-10147
599-10148
599-10149
599-10110
599-10111
599-10112
599-10113
599-10114
599-10115
599-10116
599-10117
599-10118
599-10119
599-10100
599-10101
599-10102
599-10103
599-10104
599-10105
599-10106
599-10107
599-10108
599-10109
Information in this publication is based on current specifications. The company reserves the right to make changes in specifications and
models as design improvements are introduced. Flowrite is a registered trademark of Siemens Industry, Inc. Product or company names
mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. © 2009 Siemens Industry, Inc.
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