Series 2400 Control Valve
The Norriseal Series 2400 Control Valve is ideal for oil and gas flow control. The Series 2400 is also a desirable selection where accurate travel indication is needed and positioners or limit switches are required. Temperature rating from -20°F to 400°F.
The Series 2420 is the close coupled version of the Series 2400. If space and economy are important or a positioner is not required, this model will give the same dependable service as the Series 2400. Temperature rating from -20°F to 180°F.
- 3/16″ through 1¾” orifice sizes
- Modified percentage, quick opening, and equal percentage (3/16″ trim only)
- Hammer nut entry
- Yoke-mounted or close-coupled pressed steel actuators, direct or reverse action
- Teflon packaging
- Body Material: Cast Steel ASTM A216-WCC
- Body Size: 2 inch
- Body Style: Globe
- Body End Connection: Screwed (NPT); Flanged (RF or RJ)
- Body Rating: Screwed — 3750 PSIG @ 100°F; Flanged — ANSI 150, 300, 600, or 1500.
- Body Temperature: 2400 Valve from -20°F to 400°F; 2420 Valve from -20°F to 180°F
- Trim Material: 17-4 SST, 316 SST, STL6/316, Carbide/316
- Trim Orifice Size: 3/16, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4, 1¼, 1½, 1¾
- Trim Type: Norriseal Modified %, Quick Opening, and Equal %
- Stem Material: Nitronic 50
- Cage Material: 316 SST
- Bonnet Material: Packing Plug — Carbon Steel Bright Zinc Plate; Hammer Nut — Forged Steel
- Yoke Material: Ductile Iron ASTM A 395, GR 60-40-18
- Actuator Case Material: Pressed Carbon Steel
- Actuator Case Size: No. 12 (70 sq. in. Nominal Effective Area)
- Actuator Case Action: Direct — (Spring Opens — Air Closes); Reverse — (Spring Closes — Air Opens)
- Actuator Case Connection: ¼ NPT
- Actuator Case Rating: 55 PSIG Maximum
- Diaphragm Material: Buna N Molded with Nylon Insert
- Spring Material: Tempered Carbon Steel
- Spring Range: 3-15 PSI & 6-30 PSI (applies only to 1.25” plug travel)
- Travel: Up to 5/8″ travel for 3/16″ through 1″ Orifice; 1¼” for 1¼” through 1¾” Orifice
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