DN Butterfly Valve

  • Can handle a variety of media including liquids, gases and slurries.
  • DN butterfly valves control fluid flow quickly and easily.
  • Suitable for high and low pressure applications.
  • Butterfly valves require less installation space.

Product Description

At its core, the DN butterfly valve is a quarter-turn valve used to regulate flow. Its design comprises a metal disc mounted on a rod, which rotates within a pipe to control the flow of fluids, gases, or slurries. The “DN” designation refers to the valve’s nominal diameter, indicating the size of the pipe it fits into.

Functionality and Operation

The operation of a DN butterfly valve is straightforward yet effective. When the valve is fully open, the disc aligns with the flow direction, allowing unimpeded passage of the fluid. Conversely, when the valve is closed, the disc rotates perpendicular to the flow, obstructing the passage and shutting off the flow entirely.

Control over the flow rate is achieved by adjusting the angle of the disc. By partially opening or closing the valve, operators can fine-tune the flow to meet specific process requirements. This precise control makes the DN butterfly valve an indispensable component in systems where flow regulation is critical.

DN Butterfly Valve


  • Compact Design: Butterfly valves are more compact than traditional valves, saving space and reducing installation costs.
  • Quick Operation: The quarter-turn operation of butterfly valves allows for rapid opening and closing, enhancing process efficiency.
  • Low Pressure Drop: The streamlined design of butterfly valves minimizes pressure drop across the valve, resulting in energy savings and improved system performance.
  • Cost-Effective: Butterfly valves are generally more affordable than other types of valves, making them a cost-effective solution for many applications.

Applications Across Industries

1. Water Treatment: In water treatment plants, DN butterfly valves are used to regulate the flow of water, chemicals, and sludge.

2. HVAC Systems: Butterfly valves play a crucial role in HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, where they control the flow of air and water to maintain optimal temperature and humidity levels.

3. Chemical Processing: Chemical plants rely on butterfly valves for precise control of corrosive fluids and gases. The ability to withstand harsh chemicals and high temperatures makes DN butterfly valves well-suited for these demanding applications.

4. Food and Beverage: In food processing facilities, where hygiene is paramount, butterfly valves with sanitary designs are used to regulate the flow of ingredients, beverages, and cleaning solutions.

5. Oil and Gas: From upstream to downstream operations, butterfly valves find use in the oil and gas industry for controlling the flow of crude oil, natural gas, and refined products in pipelines and processing facilities