Bonomi’s new 723/724 direct mount valve body uses less steel which reduces the cost of the valve. The valve’s low torque design allows for the use of smaller, more compact actuators, saving space within the system while reducing costs.
Plant engineers and skid system manufacturers are constantly searching for ways to make their systems more compact, lighter, more efficient, and more economical. Bonomi direct mount ASME/ANSI Class 150 wafer ball valves and valve packages meet these needs and more.
The new 723/724 direct mount valve body uses less steel which means a lower cost per valve than other wafers on the market. The valve’s low torque design allows for the use of smaller, more compact, and efficient actuators. This saves space within the system while reducing materials, such as pipe supports, and labour costs. They are available in stainless or carbon steel.
The standard full-port ball provides the most efficient media flow, far superior to butterfly valves. There is almost no pressure loss as the interior dimensions of the valve are equal to the interior dimensions of the pipe with no obstructions.
The 723/724 series is also available in 30-60°, 60°, and 90° V-port configurations. Direct mount valves come in pneumatic and electric actuated packages and “deadman” spring return handle assemblies.