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Skotch Burner Shut-off Valve for Gas-Fired Systems

Skotch Burner Shut-off Valve for Gas-Fired Systems

Product Description

Skotch burner safety shut-off valves for gas-fired systems combine the function of three valves into one unit for increased safety and reliability while reducing installation time and labor cost. These valves have gained extensive usage in many industries, servicing customers in power generation, pulp and paper, refining, chemical process, pharmaceutical/bioprocessing and pollution control markets. They have been utilized for over 25 years and are in service on boilers and burners around the world. Since Skotch Trifecta systems are custom built for each project, we are able to modify our standard offerings to suit our customer’s various applications. Whether it involves specialty materials or components, Skotch Trifecta valve systems will simplify your installation and operation while increasing safety and reliability.

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Specifications

Size:1.0 – 6.0”

Design Pressure and Temperature:
Maximum Operating Pressure: 50 psig*
Operating Temperature Range: -20˚F – 180˚F**
* The T4150C/T4200C has a maximum operating pressure of 60 psig.
** The T4100C has a maximum temperature rating of 150˚F.

Ambient Temperature Rating:
Standard: -20 – 140 ˚F
Optional*: 180˚F

*Consult Manufacturer for Optional Configurations

Model Features

  • Provides all necessary block and vent functions in a single integral unit
  • Less maintenance and lower cost of ownership
  • Use of a single actuator ensures reliable in-sequence operation.  Block valve closure springs are independent for reliable closure
  • Fabricated design allows for installation flexibility
  • Compact design saves space
  • All three valves provide ANSI/FCI 70-2 Class VI shutoff with over-travel and metal-to-metal back up seats
  • Complies with NFPA and IRI’s recommended good design practices for vent port size
  • Outlet and vent ports can be rotated at 90° increments, and the valves can be mounted in any orientation
  • Built in test port to allow leakage testing while valve is in line
  • No external linkage; rugged enclosure protects all components


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Skotch Burner Shut-off Valve for Gas-Fired Systems

Product Description

Skotch burner safety shut-off valves for gas-fired systems combine the function of three valves into one unit for increased safety and reliability while reducing installation time and labor cost. These valves have gained extensive usage in many industries, servicing customers in power generation, pulp and paper, refining, chemical process, pharmaceutical/bioprocessing and pollution control markets. They have been utilized for over 25 years and are in service on boilers and burners around the world. Since Skotch Trifecta systems are custom built for each project, we are able to modify our standard offerings to suit our customer’s various applications. Whether it involves specialty materials or components, Skotch Trifecta valve systems will simplify your installation and operation while increasing safety and reliability.

Download Literature

Specifications

Size:1.0 – 6.0”

Design Pressure and Temperature:
Maximum Operating Pressure: 50 psig*
Operating Temperature Range: -20˚F – 180˚F**
* The T4150C/T4200C has a maximum operating pressure of 60 psig.
** The T4100C has a maximum temperature rating of 150˚F.

Ambient Temperature Rating:
Standard: -20 – 140 ˚F
Optional*: 180˚F

*Consult Manufacturer for Optional Configurations

Model Features

  • Provides all necessary block and vent functions in a single integral unit
  • Less maintenance and lower cost of ownership
  • Use of a single actuator ensures reliable in-sequence operation.  Block valve closure springs are independent for reliable closure
  • Fabricated design allows for installation flexibility
  • Compact design saves space
  • All three valves provide ANSI/FCI 70-2 Class VI shutoff with over-travel and metal-to-metal back up seats
  • Complies with NFPA and IRI’s recommended good design practices for vent port size
  • Outlet and vent ports can be rotated at 90° increments, and the valves can be mounted in any orientation
  • Built in test port to allow leakage testing while valve is in line
  • No external linkage; rugged enclosure protects all components