SV3 Safety Valve Replacement Parts

SV3 Safety Valve Replacement Parts
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IM-P310-09
CH Issue 1
SV3 Safety Valve Replacement Parts
Fitting Instructions
Warning
1. To change the spring
Resetting or refurbishment of safety valves
approved to BS 6759 must only be carried out
by the manufacturer or his approved agent if
compliance with this standard is to be
maintained.
Remove the sealing wire, withdraw pivot pin
and remove lever (4) and lever housing (8).
Undo the adjustment screw locknut and
unscrew adjustment screw (7) such that the
spring is not loaded. Unscrew (or on steel
valves remove securing nuts) spring housing
(9) and lift off spring plate (2) and spring (3).
Refit the new spring and reassemble in reverse
sequence.
8
2. To replace the head assembly
7
4
2
3
9
Follow the procedure for changing the spring
(1 above). After the spring has been removed
the stem/head assembly (5)(10) can be lifted
from the body (1). The lower spring plate, 'C'
washer and guide plate can then be removed
from this assembly. To detach the head suitably
support the stem and tap out the roll pin being
careful not to lose the ball held between the
stem and the head. The head assembly (5)
can now be replaced.
After the head assembly (5) has been replaced,
reassemble in reverse sequence.
Note: the boss on the guide plate faces down,
the 'C' washer supports the lower spring plate.
3. To replace the seat
1
10
Roll pin
Ball
5
6
Dismantle as procedures 1 and 2 above.
The body seat sub-assembly should then be
suitably mounted so that enough torque can
be applied to remove the seat (6).
Seats have an internal bi-hex with the following
A/F sizes and insert torques.
Valve size
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Printed in the CH
UK Issue 1
Torque (N m)
9
¾"
14
36 - 44
1"
19
80 - 100
1¼"
25
140 - 170
1½"
30
250 - 310
2"
Screwed
DN15 to DN80
For DN50 to DN100 see overleaf
A/F (mm)
½"
20 - 25
DN50
38
300 - 360
2½" DN65
48
400 - 500
3"
DN80
55
600 - 700
DN100
80
900 - 1000
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The seat can be unscrewed and replaced being
careful to ensure body/seat and threads are
clean. A non setting sealant (STAG or similar)
should be sparingly applied to the seat threads
before assembly. Usually it will be necessary
to lap the seat face after insertion of the seat to
achieve an acceptable level of shut-off.
Ideally this should be with 8 µm grade
diamond lapping paste. Machine lapping is
the ideal but hand lapping can produce
satisfactory results. When the head assembly
is resting on the seat the clearance between
the lower edge of the head assembly and
seat should be between 0.1 to 0.4 mm for
sizes ½" to 1½" and 0.2 to 0.5 mm for sizes 2"
to DN100. A simple check can be made with a
feeler gauge. Reassemble in reverse
sequence.
10
5
6
1
Flanged
DN50 to DN100
Note: DN100 has a flanged outlet
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