DP143, DP143G and DP143H Pilot Operated Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies

DP143, DP143G and DP143H Pilot Operated Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies
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TI-P006-01
CH Issue 11
DP143, DP143G and DP143H
Pilot Operated
Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies
Cert. No. LRQ 0963008
ISO 9001
Description
The DP143, DP143G and DP143H pilot operated pressure reducing valves have been manufactured using cast steel.
Available types
DP143
Suitable for steam applications
DP143G Is a soft seal version available for compressed air and inert industrial gases. Note: It is not recommended for oxygen service.
DP143H Is a high temperature version for use up to 350°C.
Sizes and pipe connections
DN15LC - Low Capacity version, DN15, DN20, DN25, DN32, DN40, DN50 and DN80.
Standard flanges:
EN 1092 PN25 and PN40, BS 10 Table 'J' and ANSI 300.
Available on request: ANSI 150 and JIS 20.
Temperature °C
Pressure / temperature limits
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Kv values
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The Kv maximum values shown below are full capacities and
should be used for safety valve sizing purposes only.
Steam
saturation
curve
DN15LC DN15
1.0
2.8
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Pressure bar g
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DN20
5.5
DN25
8.1
DN32
12.0
DN40
17.0
DN50
28.0
DN80
64.0
For conversion: Cv (UK) = Kv x 0.963
Cv (US) = Kv x 1.156
Note: Where the internal balance pipe is used the valve capacity
will be reduced.
The product must not be used in this region.
Due to the material strength of the main diaphragm
chamber the product must not be used in this region.
Use the high temperature DP143H version in this region.
A-D-E Flanged EN 1092 PN40, ANSI 300 and BS 10 Table J.
A-B-C Flanged ANSI 150.
F-G
DP143G limited to 120°C @ 26 bar g.
Note: Two colour coded pressure adjustment springs are
available for the following downstream pressure ranges:
Red 0.2 bar g to 17 bar g
Grey 16.0 bar g to 24 bar g
Body design conditions
PN40
17.2 bar g @ 40°C
Maximum design pressure
Limited to 26 bar g
Maximum design temperature
350°C @ 24 bar g
Minimum design temperature
0°C
A-D-E
26
bar
g
Maximum upstream pressure
for saturated steam service
A-B-C
14 bar g
DP143
300°C @ 26 bar g
Maximum operating temperature DP143G
120°C @ 26 bar g
DP143H
350°C @ 24 bar g
Minimum operating temperature
0°C
Note: For lower operating temperatures consult Spirax Sarco
A-B-C
A-D-E
A-D-E
26 bar
A-B-C
14 bar
Designed for a maximum cold hydraulic test pressure of 60 bar g
Note: With internals fitted, test pressure must not exceed 40 bar g
Maximum differential pressure
Local regulations may restrict the use of this product to below the conditions quoted.
In the interests of development and improvement of the product, we reserve the right to change the specification without notice.
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Materials
No.
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Material
Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8.8
Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8
Stainless steel BS 1449 304 S16
Cast steel
DIN 17245 GS C25
Stainless steel BS 970 220 Mo7
Stainless steel BS 2056 302 S25
Steel
BS 970 220 Mo7
Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8
8
Steel
BS 4439 Gr. 8.8
DN15 to DN80
M10 x 30 mm
9
Pilot diaphragm
Stainless steel BS 1449 316 S31
10 Pilot valve housing
Steel
DN15 to DN50 DIN 17245 GS C25
DN80
GP 240 GH+N
11 Pilot valve plunger
Stainless steel BS 970 431 S29
12 Spring housing cover
Stainless steel BS 1449 304 S12
Stainless steel BS 970 431 S29
13 Pilot valve and seat unit
DP143G is stainless steel/nitrile
14 Internal strainer
Stainless steel BS 1449 304 S16
Stainless steel reinforced
15 Body gasket
exfoliated graphite
16 Main valve return spring
Stainless steel BS 2056 302 S16
Stainless steel BS 970 431 S29
17 Main valve
DP143G is stainless steel/nitrile
Stainless steel BS 970 431 S29
18 Main valve seat
DP143G is stainless steel/nitrile
19 Balance pipe assembly
Stainless steel BS 3605 304 S14
20 Main valve body
Cast steel DIN 172 45 GS C25
Pilot valve Securing nuts Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8
21
housing
Securing studs Steel
BS 4439 Gr. 8.8
DN15 and DN20 M10 x 25 mm
DN25 to DN50
M12 x 30 mm
DN80
M12 x 40 mm
22 Main diaphragm chamber Cast steel
DIN 17245 GS C25
2
3
4
5
6
12
8
7
19
13
15
14
16
17
18
20
26
27
30
25
24
46
Upper main
diaphragm chamber
23
22
28
DN80
Main
Securing nuts Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8
diaphragm Securing bolts Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8.8
DN15 and DN20 M12 x 50 mm
DN25 and DN32 M12 x 60 mm
DN40 and DN50 M12 x 65 mm
DN80
M12 x 80 mm
24 Main diaphragms
Stainless steel BS 1449 316 S31
25 Main diaphragm plate
Stainless steel BS 970 431 S29
Push rod
Control pipe assembly
Plug " BSP
Pressure pipe union
Lock-nut
Body studs
45
Body nuts
9
10
11
21
29
23
26
27
28
29
30
DN15 to DN50
1
Part
Adjustment screw
Adjustment lock-nut
Washer
Spring housing
Top spring plate
Pressure adjustment spring
Bottom spring plate
Spring
Securing nuts
housing
Securing studs
Stainless steel BS 970 431 S29
Stainless steel BS 3605 304 S14
Steel
Steel
Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8
Steel
BS 4439 Gr. 8.8
Steel
BS 3692 Gr. 8
DN15 to DN80
M12 x 40 mm
Cast steel
DIN 17425 GS C25
45
46
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Dimensions / weights (approximate) in mm and kg
A
E
D
F
B
Sizes
DN15 LC
DN15
DN20
DN25
DN32
DN40
DN50
DN80
EN 1092 PN40
A
ANSI 300
A
ANSI 150
A
BS 10 Table J
A
B
D
E
F
Weight
130
130
150
160
180
200
230
310
130
130
150
160
183
209
236
319
122
122
142
156
176
200
230
310
130
130
150
164
184
209
243
325
175
175
175
216
216
280
280
350
405
405
405
440
440
490
490
580
277
277
277
288
288
305
305
322
128
128
128
152
152
185
185
258
15
15
16
23
25
40
42
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DP143, DP143G and DP143H
Pilot Operated Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies
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Steam capacities chart
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Note
The capacities quoted above are based on valves fitted with an external pressure sensing pipe. Reliance on the internal balance pipe
will mean that capacities may be reduced. In the case of low downstream pressure this reduction could be up to 30% of the valve
capacity.
How to use the chart
Saturated steam
A valve is required to pass 600 kg/h reducing from 6 bar to 4 bar. Find the point at which the curved 6 bar upstream pressure line
crosses the horizontal 4 bar downstream pressure line. A perpendicular dropped from this point gives the capacities of all DP sizes
under these conditions. A DN32 valve, is the smallest size which will carry the required load.
Superheated steam
Because of the higher specific volume of superheated steam a correction factor must be applied to the figure obtained from the chart
above. For 55°C of superheat the factor is 0.95 and for 100°C of superheat the factor is 0.9.
Using the example given for saturated steam, the DN32 valve would pass 740 x 0.95 = 703 kg/h if the steam had 55°C of superheat.
It is still big enough to pass the required load of 600 kg/h.
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Pilot Operated Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies
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Compressed air capacities chart
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How to use the chart
Capacities are given in cubic decimetres of free air per second (dm 3 /s). The use of the capacity chart can be best explained by an example.
Required, a valve to pass 100 dm 3 /s of free air reducing from 12 bar to 8 bar.
Find the point at which the curved 12 bar upstream pressure line crosses the horizontal 8 bar downstream pressure line. A perpendicular
dropped from this point shows that whereas a DN15LC valve will only pass 57 dm 3 /s and is therefore not large enough, a DN15 valve will
pass approximately 120 dm 3 /s under these conditions and is the correct valve size to choose.
Safety information, installation and maintenance
For full details see the Installation and Maintenance Instructions (IM-P006-07) supplied with the product.
Installation note:
The valve should be installed in a horizontal pipeline with the direction of flow as indicated by the arrow on the valve body.
How to order
Example: 1 off Spirax Sarco DN32 DP143 pilot operated pressure reducing valve fitted with a red pressure adjustment spring and
having flanged EN 1092 PN25 connections.
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Spare parts
Available spares
Maintenance kit
A stand-by set of spares for general maintenance purposes and covers all spares marked*
* Main diaphragm
* Pilot diaphragm
(2 off)
A
(2 off)
B
C
Pilot valve seal assembly
D, E
* Pilot valve and plunger assembly
Main valve assembly
F, H
G
* Main valve return spring
Pressure adjustment spring
Red
DP143, DP143G, DP143H
0.2 to 17 bar
Grey
DP143, DP143G, DP143H
16 to 24 bar
J
K
Control pipe assembly
M, N
Balance pipe assembly
O
* Body gasket
* Set of spring housing securing studs and nuts
(packet of 3)
(set of 4)
P
* Set of pilot valve housing securing studs and nuts
(set of 4)
Q
Set of diaphragm chamber securing bolts and nuts
Set of main body studs and nuts (DN80)
Pushrod and main diaphragm plate assembly
(set of 10)
DN15 and DN20
(set of 12)
DN25 and DN32
(set of 16)
(set of 20)
(set of 6)
DN40 and DN50
DN80
R
T
V, W, X
How to order spares
Always order spares by using the description given in the column headed 'Available spares' and state the size and type of pressure
reducing valve.
Example: 1 - Main valve assembly for a Spirax Sarco DN15 DP143 pressure reducing valve.
How to fit. See the Installation and Maintenance Instructions supplied with the pressure reducing valve. Further copies are available
on request.
Interchangeability of spares
The following table shows how in certain sizes some parts are interchangeable. For example in the line headed 'Main diaphragm' the
diaphragm used in the following sizes: DN15LC, DN15 and DN20 is common to these sizes by the letter 'a'. The letter 'b' indicates that
sizes DN25 and DN32 use one common diaphragm.
Some parts, particularly pilot and main valve assemblies are specific to particular models e.g. DP143G Interchangeability is therefore
restricted to model type for some parts.
† Please note for storage purposes: The spare parts marked † are not the same material as those for the DP163, consequently they may
not be compatible for interchangeability.
**
DN15LC
DN15
DN20
DN25
DN32
Main diaphragm
a
a
a
b
b
Pilot diaphragm
a
a
a
a
a
Pilot valve seal assembly
a
a
a
a
a
Pilot valve and plunger assembly
a
a
a
a
a
Main valve assembly
a
b
c
d
Main valve return spring
a
a
a
b
Pressure adjustment spring
Size
DN40
DN50
DN80
c
c
d
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
e
f
g
h
b
c
c
d
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
† Control pipe assembly
† Balance pipe assembly
a
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
a
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
† Body gasket
a
a
a
b
b
c
c
d
† Set of spring housing securing studs and nuts
† Set of pilot valve housing securing studs and nuts
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
b
b
c
c
d
† Set of diaphragm chamber securing bolts and nuts
a
a
a
b
b
c
c
d
† Set of main body studs and nuts
−
−
−
−
−
−
−
a
** Not available for the DP143G
DP143, DP143G and DP143H
Pilot Operated Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies
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P
V
N
Q
M
K
O
D
E
W
X
P
G
A
F
H
Q
J
B
R
C
R
T
Arrangement of main diaphragm chamber DN80 size only.
DP143, DP143G and DP143H
Pilot Operated Pressure Reducing Valves with Cast Steel Bodies
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