Dwyer Series 3BV3 Instruction Manual

Dwyer Series 3BV3 Instruction Manual
Bulletin V-11
Series 3BV3 Automated Ball Valves - 3-Way SS NPT
®
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
E
Electric [NEMA 4 ENCL.] (inches)
A
1/2˝
1˝
3/4˝
B
6.47, 7.35 7.72
7.88
C
4.00, 4.25 4.25
4.25
D
3.78
4.96
4.21
E
5.83, 6.88 6.88
6.88
F
2.31, 2.43 2.43
2.43
M
1.89
2.48
2.11
ACT. U11, V12 U12, V12 U12, V12
C
F
B
A
D
M
C
E
F
B
A
D
The Series 3BV3 incorporates a full port design for maximum flow rates with minimal
pressure drop. Features include a blowout proof stem for added safety and reinforced
RTFE seats and seals for longer life and leak free operation. The four seat design
allows for high cyclic capabilities and tight shut off in any position. Perfect for mixing
or diverting services in the food and chemical processing industries.
The 3BV3 is an economical automated valve package with either an electric or
pneumatic actuator. Electrically actuated models are weatherproof, NEMA 4, powered
by standard 115 VAC supply, and are available in either two-position or proportional
control. Two-position actuators use the 115 VAC input to drive each of the valve ports
open or closed, while the modulating actuator accepts a 4 to 20 mA input for infinite
valve positioning. Actuator features include thermal overload protection to withstand
stall conditions, visual position indication and a permanently lubricated gear train.
The pneumatic double acting actuator uses an air supply to drive each of the actuator
ports. The actuator has two supply ports with one driving the valve stem clockwise,
the other for counterclockwise rotation. Spring return pneumatic actuators use the
air supply to drive the valve stem one direction, and internally loaded springs return
the valve to its original position. Also available is the SV3 solenoid valve to electrically
switch the supply pressure between the air supply ports. Actuators are constructed
of anodized aluminum and are epoxy coated for years of corrosion free service.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46360, U.S.A.
M
1-1/4˝
8.51
4.25
5.24
6.88
2.43
2.62
U13, V13
1-1/2˝
11.95*
7.00
5.94
7.00
2.38
2.97
U14, V14
2˝
12.62*
7.00
6.56
7.00
2.38
3.27
U15, V15
*Includes declutchable manual override and handwheel
Pneumatic Double Acting (inches)
1/2˝ 3/4˝ 1˝ 1-1/4˝ 1-1/2˝ 2˝
A
5.93 6.30 6.46 7.09 8.07 6.74
B
2.80 2.80 2.80 2.80 3.72 3.72
C
3.78 4.96 4.96 5.24 5.94 6.54
D
5.49 5.49 5.49 5.49 8.15 8.15
E
1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 2.07 2.07
F
1.89 2.11 2.48 2.62 2.97 3.27
M
ACT. DA2 DA2 DA2 DA2 DA4 DA4
Pneumatic Spring Return (inches)
A
1-1/4˝ 1-1/2˝
1/2˝ 3/4˝ 1˝
B
5.93 6.30 7.11 7.74 9.03
C
2.80 3.17 3.72 3.72 4.84
D
3.78 4.21 4.96 5.24 5.94
E
5.49 6.38 8.15 8.15 10.69
F
1.61 1.77 2.07 2.07 2.68
M
1.89 2.11 2.48 2.62 2.97
ACT. SR2 SR3 SR4 SR4 SR6
SPECIFICATIONS
Service: Compatible liquids, gases or
steam.
Body: 3-way.
Line Size: 1/2˝ to 2˝.
End Connections: Female NPT.
Pressure Limit: 1000 psi (69 bar)
WOG; 150 psi (10.3 bar) SWP.
Wetted Materials:
Body, End Cap, Stem: 316 SS;
Ball: 316 SS;
Seat, Stem Seal: RTFE.
Temperature Limit: -40 to 450°F
(-40 to 232°C). Steam max.: 366°F
(186°C).
Other Materials: Body Seal, Body Oring, Stem O-ring: Fluoroelastomer.
2˝
10.88
5.39
6.54
12.91
2.87
3.27
SR7
Conduit Connection: 1/2˝ female NPT.
Modulating Input: 4 to 20 mA.
Standard Features: Manual override
and visual position indicator except
modulating units.
Pneumatic “DA” and “SR” Series
Type: DA series is double acting and
SR series is spring return (rack and
pinion).
Normal Supply Pressure: 80 psi (5.5
bar).
Maximum Supply Pressure: 120 psig
(8 bar).
Air Connections: DA/SR1 to 5: 1/8˝
female NPT, all other sizes: 1/4˝ female
NPT.
Air Consumption: (per stroke) DA1:
2.32 cu. in.; DA2, SR2: 9.34 cu. in.;
ACTUATORS
DA3, SR3: 17.21 cu. in.; DA4, SR4:
Electric
Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 50/60 20.5 cu. in.; SR5: 39.54 cu. in.; SR6:
Hz, single phase. Optional 220 VAC, 24 54.37 cu. in.; SR7: 85.43 cu. in.
Cycle Time: (per 90°) DA1: .03 sec.;
VAC, 12 VDC, and 24 VDC.
DA2: .04 sec.; DA3: .08 sec.; DA4: .12
Power Consumption: (Locked Rotor
Current): Two Position: 1/2˝: .55A, 3/4˝ sec.; SR2: .09 sec.; SR3: .14 sec.; SR4:
.22 sec.; SR5: .33 sec.; SR6: .46 sec.;
to 1-1/2˝: .75A, 2˝: 1.1A. Modulating:
SR7: .78 sec.
1/2˝ to 1-1/2˝: .75A, 2˝: 1.1A.
Housing Material: Anodized aluminum
Cycle Time: (per 90°): Two Position:
body and epoxy coated aluminum end
1/2˝: 2.5 sec., 3/4˝ to 1-1/4˝: 5 sec., 1caps.
1/2˝: 10 sec., 2˝: 15 sec. Modulating:
1/2˝ to 1-1/4˝: 5 sec., 1-1/2˝: 10 sec., 2˝: Temperature Limit: -4 to 180°F
(-20 to 82°C).
15 sec.
Accessory Mounting: NAMUR
Duty Cycle: Two Position: 1/2˝: 75%,
standard.
3/4˝ to 2˝: 25%. Modulating: 75%.
Standard Features: Visual position
Enclosure Rating: NEMA 4. Optional
indicator.
NEMA 7.
Housing Material: Aluminum with
thermal bonding polyester powder finish.
Temperature Limit: 0 to 150°F
(-18 to 65°C).
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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SERIES 3BV3 AUTOMATED BALL VALVES - 3-WAY SS
Double Acting Pneumatic Spring Return Pneumatic Two Position Electric Modulating Electric
Model*
Model*
Model*
Model*
3BV3U1102
3BV3DA202
3BV3V1202
3BV3SR202
3BV3U1203
3BV3DA203
3BV3V1203
3BV3SR303
3BV3U1204
3BV3DA204
3BV3V1204
3BV3SR404
3BV3U1305
3BV3DA205
3BV3V1305
3BV3SR405
3BV3U1406
3BV3DA406
3BV3V1406
3BV3SR606
3BV3U1507
3BV3DA407
3BV3V1507
3BV3SR707
*Complete model includes Port Configuration - see chart below.
Size
(in.)
1/2˝
3/4˝
1˝
1-1/4˝
1-1/2˝
2˝
Cv
L-Port
10.0
14.0
25.0
34.0
56.0
110.0
T-Port
16.0
24.0
45.0
77.0
100.0
430.0
Flow Path
Port
Configuration Act. Open
“T” Port -T1 All Open
“L” Port -T2 A-B
-T3 A-C
-T4 B-C
-L1 B-C
-L2 A-B
-L3 All Closed
Example: 3BV3SR404-T2
Act. Closed
A-B
A-C
B-C
All Open
A-B
All Closed
B-C
ELECTRIC ACTUATOR
I. BASIC INSTALLATION
1. Operate valve manually and place in the open position. (Note: ALL
ELECTRIC ACTUATORS ARE SHIPPED IN THE OPEN POSITION.)
2. Remove any mechanical stops the valve might have. (DO NOT REMOVE
ANY PARTS NECESSARY FOR THE PROPER OPERATION OF THE
VALVE, SUCH AS THE PACKING GLAND, PACKING NUT, ETC.)
3. Ensure that the actuator output shaft and valve stem are aligned properly. If
they are not, operate the valve manually until they are correct.
4. Mount actuator to valve. Do not tighten nuts and bolts at this time.
5. Remove actuator cover.
6. Bring power to the actuator. CAUTION: Make sure power is OFF at the main
box.
7. Wire the actuator per the diagram attached to the inside of the cover. Special
actuators (those with positioner boards, etc.) will have diagrams enclosed
inside the cover.
8. Securely tighten bolts used to mount the actuator to a mounting bracket or
directly to the valve mounting pad if it is ISO5211 compliant.
9. Cycle the unit several times and check the open and closed positions of the
valve. Cams are pre-adjusted at the factory; due to the variety of valve
designs and types, however, slight adjustments might be required. (SEE II
and III).
10. Replace cover and tighten screws.
II. TO SET THE OPEN POSITION
1. Cycle the valve to the open position by applying power to terminals #1 and
#2. The top cam and switch control this position. In the open position, the set
screw in the top cam will be accessible.
2. If the valve is not open completely:
A. Slightly loosen the 8-32 x 1/4” set screw on the top cam.
B. Rotate the cam clockwise (CW) by hand until the switch makes contact.
Contact is made when a slight click can be heard. By making
incremental CW movements of the top cam, the valve can be positioned
precisely in the desired position.
C. When the top cam is set, tighten the set screw securely.
3. If the valve opens too far:
A. Apply power to terminals #1 and #3. This will begin to rotate valve CW.
When valve is full open and in the exact position desired, remove power
from actuator.
B. Loosen the set screw in the top cam.
C. Rotate the top cam counterclockwise (CCW) until the switch arm drops
off the round portion of the cam onto the flat section. A slight click can be
heard as the switch changes state.
D. Continue applying power to terminals #1 and #3 until valve is in the
desired position.
III. TO SET THE CLOSED POSITION
1. Apply power to terminals #1 and #3 to move the valve toward the closed
position. The bottom cam and switch control the closed position. In the closed
position, the set screw in the bottom cam will be accessible.
2. If the valve is not closed completely:
A. Slightly loosen the 8-32 x 1/4” set screw on the bottom cam.
B. Rotate the cam counter-clockwise (CCW) by hand until the switch
makes contact. Contact is made when a slight click can be heard. By
making incremental CCW movements of the bottom cam, the valve can
be positioned precisely in the desired position.
C. When the top cam is set, tighten the set screw securely.
3. If the valve closes too far:
A. Apply power to terminals #1 and #2. This will begin to rotate valve CCW.
When valve is fully closed and in the exact position desired, remove
power from actuator.
B. Loosen the set screw in the top cam.
C. Rotate the top cam clockwise (CW) until the switch arm drops off the
round portion of the cam onto the flat section. A slight click can be heard
as the switch is no longer making contact with the round part of the cam.
D. Continue applying power to terminals #1 and #3 until valve is in the
desired position.
IV. MAINTENANCE
Once the actuator has been properly installed, it requires no maintenance. The
gear train has been permanently lubricated and in most cases will never be
disturbed. In the event it becomes necessary to open the gear box for any reason,
however, Darina® #2 grease is recommended for re-lubricating.
V. DUTY CYCLE
Most standard electric actuators are rated for 25% duty cycle at 100% ambient
temperature at the rated torque.
VI. THERMAL OVERLOAD
All actuators are equipped with thermal overload protection to guard the motor
against damage due to overheating.
VII. MECHANICAL OVERLOAD
All actuators are deigned to withstand stall conditions. It is not recommended to
subject the unit to repeated stall conditions.
VIII. SPARE PARTS
When ordering parts, please specify:
A. Model # B. Serial # C. Part Description
Recommended spare parts include:
A. Standard actuator: set of cams and switches.
B. Actuators w/positioner: set of cams and switches; 1K potentiometer; valve
positioner board.
IX. NEMA 7 ELECTRIC ACTUATORS
In general, operation and maintenance of a NEMA 7 electric actuator is no different
that of a NEMA 4 actuator. However, some precautions must be followed:
1. DO NOT under any circumstances remove the cover of the actuator while in a
hazardous location. Removal of the cover while in a hazardous location could
cause ignition of hazardous atmospheres.
2. DO NOT under any circumstances use a NEMA 7 electric actuator in a
hazardous location that does not meet the specifications for which the actuator
was designed.
3. Always mount and cycle test the actuator on the valve in a non-hazardous
location.
4. When removing the cover, care must be taken not to scratch, scar of deform the
flame path of the cover and base of the actuator, since this will negate the
NEMA rating of the enclosure.
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5. When replacing the cover on actuators rated for both NEMA 4 & 7, take care
that the gasket is in place to assure proper clearance after the cover is secured.
After the cover screws are tightened, the clearance between the cover and the
base should be checked. A .002” thick by 1/2” wide feeler gauge is used for this;
it must not enter between the two mating faces more than .125".
6. All electrical connections must be in accordance with the specifications for
which the unit is being used.
7. Should the unit ever require maintenance, remove from the hazardous location
before attempting to work on the unit.
If the actuator is in a critical application, it is advisable to have a standby unit in
stock.
XI. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Sympton
• Power is not on
Actuator does not
respond to control • Actuator wired incorrectly
signal
• Incorrect voltage
• Thermal Overload
• Actuator and Valve in
opposite positions when
actuator installed
Solution
• Turn on Power
• Check wiring diagram;
re-wire
• Bring correct supply to
actuator
• Allow motor to cool;
resets automatically
• Remove actuator;
remount after 90° turn
Actuator will not
open and/or close
completely
• Travel limit switch set
incorrectly
• Valve torque too high
• Mechanical stops not
removed when installing
actuator
• Set cams per
instructions
• Install correct unit
• Remove stops
Valve oscillates
• Torque of valve too high
• Torque of valve too high
• Install brake
• Actuator without brake
installed on butterfly valve
• Motor brake misadjusted
• Adjust brake; tighten
screw
• Contact factory
Actuator motor runs • Gear damaged/sheared pin
but output shaft
does not rotate
PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
Note: For optimal operation, 3BV3 actuators should be run with a supply of
clean, lubricated air.
SPRING RETURN ACTUATORS
Air to PORT 2 (the right hand port) causes the actuator to turn CCW. Loss of air
to PORT 2 causes air to exhaust and the actuator turns CW. This is the FAIL
CLOSE operation.
DOUBLE ACTING ACTUATORS
Air to PORT 2 (the right hand port) causes the actuator to turn CCW. Air to PORT
1 (the left hand port) causes the actuator to turn CW.
DISASSEMBLING STANDARD ACTUATORS
IMPORTANT: Before beginning disassembly, ensure that the air supply to the
actuator has been disconnected, all accessories have been removed and that the
actuator has been dismounted from the valve.
1. Loosen the end cap fasteners (22) with a wrench (size varies depending on
actuator model). On the spring return actuator, alternate 3 to 5 turns on each
fastener until the springs are completely decompressed. Use caution in
removing the cap since the springs are under load until the fasteners are fully
extended.
2. Remove the pinion snap ring (10) with a lock ring tool. The indicator (7) may
now be removed.
3. Turn the pinion shaft (2) CCW until the pistons are at the full end of travel.
Disengage the pistons (11) from the pinion. (NOTE: Low pressure air--3 to 5
P.S.I. MAXIMUM--might be required to force the pistons completely from the
body.) Note the position of the pistons before removing them from the
actuator body. The part numbers of the pistons are located on the side and
should be right-side up on an actuator with a standard orientation.
4. Remove the pinion through the bottom of the actuator. The actuator is now
completely disassembled. All replacement parts may now be put in. W.E.
Anderson recommends that all wear parts (3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14) be replaced
before reassembly.
REASSEMBLING STANDARD ACTUATORS
IMPORTANT: Be sure that the actuator surfaces are free of grit and
scratches before reassembling.
1. Apply a light film of grease to all o-rings and the pinion before replacing.
2. Put the pinion (2) back through the actuator with the flats of the pinion shaft
running parallel with the body.
3. When reassembling the actuator, make sure that the piston racks are square
to the actuator body and returned to their original orientation. (NOTE: The
normal operation of all BV pneumatic actuators is FAIL CLOSED. To change
the orientation to FAIL OPEN, rotate the racks 180º to create a reverse
operation.)
4. When replacing springs in a spring return actuator, ensure that the springs
are replaced in their identical position in the end cap from which they were
removed. (Note: In some circumstances, you might want to change the
standard 80 pound spring set to fit your application and available air pressure.
Changing the spring sets on BV pneumatic actuators requires no special
tools. Please refer to the spring combination torque chart in our catalog for
the inner and outer spring combinations that will allow you to operate with the
spring set that you desire.)
4. Seal the end caps with a petroleum lubricant and bolt to actuator body.
5. Check the seal of the actuator by covering seal areas (pinion, end caps) with
soapy water and using low pressure air to the actuator to ensure that no
bubbles are produced.
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PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR PARTS LIST
1. Extruded aluminum housing
2. Nickel plated steel anti-blowout
pinion
3. NBR 70 lower pinion O-ring◊
4. PTFE pinion spacer ring◊
5. NBR 70 top pinion O-ring◊
6. PTFE cam spacer ring◊
7. SS indicator cam
8. Nylon position indicator
9. SS pinion washer
10. Pinion snap ring
11. Die cast aluminum piston
MAINTENANCE
The Series 3BV3 Automated Balll Valves are not field serviceable and should be
returned if repair is needed (field repair should not be attempted and may void
warranty). Be sure to include a brief description of the problem plus any relevant
application notes. Contact customer service to receive a return goods authorization
number before shipping.
12. Piston O-ring bushing◊
13. PTFE antifriction ring◊
14. PTFE piston thrust block◊
15. SS stop bolt retaining nut
16. SS stop bolt
17. External spring*
18. Internal spring*
19. Die cast aluminum end cap (left)
20. Die cast aluminum end cap (right)
21. NBR end cap seats
22. SS end cap bolt
*spring return actuators only
◊
parts subject to wear. Please contact the factory or your W.E. Anderson
distributor for replacement kits.
Darina® is a registered trademark of Shell Oil Company.
©Copyright 2014 Dwyer Instruments, Inc.
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46360, U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A. 9/14
Phone: 219/879-8000
Fax: 219/872-9057
FR# RV-443400-00 Rev. 2
www.dwyer-inst.com
e-mail: [email protected]
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