Demanding processes require particularly reliable high-pressure ball valves.
In a modern production plant for the manufacture of tert-butylamine (tBA), only a minimal amount of by-products are generated due to advanced technology in the production process. tert-butylamine (C4H11N) is an organic chemical compound from the substance group of aliphatic primary amines.
Demanding processes require particularly reliable high-pressure ball valves. The purely metallic and gas-tight ball valves from KLINGER Schöneberg are designed for extreme conditions and are also used for hydrogen (H2) and nitrogen (N2), which can be handled in the process, with an operating pressure of over 300 bar.
For this purpose, the 2-part ball valves of the INTEC system technology of the type INTEC 113-M-S-HP Class 2500 (PN420) of the nominal size NPS 1 ½" and 2" with a single-acting pneumatic actuator, solenoid valve, limit switch box and filter regulator are used. These are metal-seated ball valves with both sides spring loaded seats. The ball and seats are made of Superduplex material (1.4980) and coated with a nickel-based hard alloy (SC4) by thermal spraying with subsequent melting to produce a non-porous hard material.
Special requirements are the absence of oil and grease, Fire Safe certification, leakage class VI and its verification with nitrogen at maximum operating pressure and switching time less than 7 seconds.
Two-piece ball valves type INTEC 113-M-S-HP Class 2500 (PN420) nominal size NPS 2“
with a single-acting pneumatic actuator, solenoid valve, limit switch box and filter regulator