center line butterfly valve
A center line butterfly valve is a type of valve used to regulate the flow of fluids in a pipeline. It gets its name from the fact that the valve’s disk is positioned along the center line of the valve body. center line butterfly valve supplier design allows for a more uniform sealing pressure and reduces the torque required to operate the valve.
The valve works by rotating a disk or vane (called the butterfly) within the valve body, which controls the flow of fluid through the pipeline. When the butterfly is turned perpendicular to the flow direction, it blocks the flow completely. When it is turned parallel to the flow direction, the valve is fully open and allows the fluid to flow freely.
Center line butterfly valves are commonly used in applications where a tight shut-off is not necessary, such as in HVAC systems, water treatment plants, and food and beverage processing. They are also popular in applications where space is limited, as they require less space than other types of valves.