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|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Valve Size||2 inch|
|End Connection Type||Flanged|
|Temperature Of Media||Low Temperature|
A non-rising spindle gate valve is a type of gate valve that features a design in which the valve stem (spindle) does not move vertically when the valve is operated. In traditional rising spindle gate valves, when you turn the valve handle to open or close the valve, the stem rises or descends, which is a visible indicator of the valve's position.
In a non-rising spindle gate valve, the stem remains in a fixed position, and the gate (the part that blocks or allows the flow of fluid) moves up and down inside the valve body. This design has several advantages:
Space Efficiency: Non-rising spindle gate valves are suitable for applications with limited vertical space. Since the stem doesn't move vertically, it doesn't require additional clearance above the valve.
Durability: These valves are less susceptible to damage or wear due to external factors, as the stem is not exposed to the environment. This can make them more durable and suitable for harsh conditions.
Reduced Maintenance: The design minimizes the risk of the stem getting stuck or damaged, leading to lower maintenance requirements over time.
Non-rising spindle gate valves are commonly used in industries such as oil and gas, water treatment, and petrochemical, where reliable flow control is essential, and space constraints or harsh operating conditions may be a concern. When using these valves, operators can determine the valve's position by observing the handle or actuator, which turns when the valve is operated.
It's important to note that while non-rising spindle gate valves offer advantages in specific applications, they may also have limitations, and the choice of valve type should consider the specific requirements of the system and the environment in which it operates.