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Series 4000 Model B 3-Piece Ball Valves with ISO Bonnet

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Series 4000 Model B 3-Piece Ball Valves with ISO Bonnet 1/2 2 (DN 15 50) Standard Bore, 1/2 1-1/2 (DN 15 40) Full Bore Installation, Maintenance and Operating Instructions IMO-210EN 5/ IMO-210EN
Series 4000 Model B 3-Piece Ball Valves with ISO Bonnet 1/2 2 (DN 15 50) Standard Bore, 1/2 1-1/2 (DN 15 40) Full Bore Installation, Maintenance and Operating Instructions IMO-210EN 5/2011 2 IMO-210EN Table of Contents 1 GENERAL Warning INSTALLATION MAINTENANCE Disassembly Assembly REPAIR KITS/SPARE PARTS EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS LIST READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST! This instruction manual contains important information regarding the installation, operation, and troubleshooting of the Jamesbury Series 4000 Model B Three-Piece Ball Valves with ISO Bonnet. Please read these instructions carefully and save them for future reference. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS! Subject to change without notice. IMO-210EN 1 2 GENERAL This instruction manual contains important information regarding the installation, operation and troubleshooting for the Jamesbury 1/2 2 (DN 15 50) Standard Bore, 1/2 1-1/2 (DN 15 40) Full Bore Series 4000 Model B 3 Piece Ball Valves with ISO Bonnet. Please read the instructions carefully and save them for future reference. 1.1 WARNING FOR YOUR SAFETY, TAKE THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS BEFORE REMOVING THE VALVE FROM THE LINE, OR BEFORE ANY DISASSEM BLY. 1. DURING REMOVAL AND DISASSEMBLY, WEAR ANY PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT NORMALLY REQUIRED TO PROTECT AGAINST DIS CHARGE OF TRAPPED FLUID. 2. DEPRESSURIZE THE LINE AND VALVE AS FOLLOWS: A. PLACE THE VALVE IN THE OPEN POSITION AND DRAIN THE LINE. B. CYCLE THE VALVE TO RELIEVE RESIDUAL PRESSURE IN THE BODY CAVITY BEFORE REMOVAL FROM THE LINE. C. AFTER REMOVAL, AND BEFORE ANY DISASSEMBLY, CYCLE THE VALVE AGAIN SEVERAL TIMES. 3. SEAT AND BODY RATINGS - THE PRACTICAL AND SAFE USE OF THIS PRODUCT IS DETERMINED BY BOTH THE SEAT AND BODY RATING. READ THE NAME TAG AND CHECK BOTH RATINGS. THIS PRODUCT IS AVAILABLE WITH A VARIETY OF SEAT MATERIALS. SOME OF THE SEAT MATERIALS HAVE PRESSURE RATINGS THAT ARE LESS THAN THE BODY RATINGS. ALL OF THE BODY AND SEAT RATINGS ARE DEPENDENT ON VALVE TYPE AND SIZE, SEAT MATERIAL AND TEMPERATURE. DO NOT EXCEED THESE RATINGS. NOTE: OPTIONAL ROUND AND OVAL HANDLES ARE AVAILABLE FOR THESE VALVES IN PLACE OF LEVER HANDLES. INSTALLATION Screwed End Style - Use standard piping practices to install valves with threaded end caps. When tightening valve to pipe, apply wrench to end cap nearest the pipe being worked. Weld End Style - Only valves with UHMWPE or Delrin seats must be disassembled before welding in line. A warning tag and replacement body seals are affixed to valves with these seat materials. VALVES WITH OTHER SEAT MATERIALS SHOULD BE WELDED IN-LINE FULLY ASSEMBLED. 1. Only a qualified person should weld, as outlined in Section IX of the ASME Boiler Construction Code. 3. Remove or protect the handle or actuator from weld splatter or arc strikes. 4. Weld by applying a recommended 1/8 (3.2 mm) max. weld bead per pass around each end cap. CAUTION: DO NOT heat the center section over 350 F (176.7 C). Use a temperature stick and a wet cloth wrapped around the center section to prevent overheating. 5. For welds that require multiple passes to achieve weld size, stop after each pass and carefully monitor the valve body temperature. 6. After sufficient cooling of the valve, replace the handle or actuator. IMPORTANT: If the body seals (6) and (18) are removed for welding, DO NOT REUSE THEM. When reassembling the valve, put new seals back into the grooves. Body seal kits are provided in (Table 5). Tighten the body bolts to the torques listed in (Table 1). TABLE 1 Body Bolt / Hex. Nut Torque Full Port Size In ( ) Torque FT LBS Torque N m 1/2 (1/2 ) DN 15 (DN 15) /4 DN & 1-1/4 (3/4 & 1 ) DN 25 & 32 (DN 20 & 25) /2 & 2 (1-1/4 & 1-1/2 ) DN 40 & 50 (DN 32 & 40) CAUTION: IF THE VALVE IS BEING DISASSEMBLED FOR WELDING, DO NOT CUT OR SCRATCH THE SEATS, SEALS AND SEALING SURFACES. DAMAGE TO THE SEALING SURFACES MAY CAUSE LEAKAGE. After valve is in line,or before any testing,tighten compression plate hex. head cap screws according to the MAINTENANCE Section below. 3 MAINTENANCE Routine maintenance consists of tightening the compression plate hex. head cap screws periodically to compensate for the wear caused by the stem turning against the stem seals. Check to make sure that the compression plate hex. head cap screws are tightened to the torque listed in (Table 2). Overhaul maintenance consists of replacing seats and seals. A standard service kit consisting of these parts may be obtained from your Jamesbury Distributor (see Table 4) Cycle the valve to the fully open position. 4 IMO-210EN Full Port Size In ( ) 1/2 & 3/4 (1/2 ) DN 15 & 20 (DN 15) 1 & 1-1/4 (3/4 & 1 ) DN 25 & 32 (DN 20 & 25) 1-1/2 & 2 (1-1/4 & 1-1/2 ) DN 40 & 50 (DN 32 & 40) 3.1 Disassembly TABLE 2 Hex. Head Cap Screw Torque Torque IN LBS Torque N m The Series 4000 ball valve is designed to be serviced in or out of the line. The following instructions are for in-line disassembly. (For bench disassembly, which may be more convenient, follow a similar sequence). 1. Comply fully with the instructions in the WARNING Section on page one. 2. Be sure to cycle the valve. Leave in the open position.the body center section will not swing out in the closed position. 3. Remove the handle nut (16) and handle (17). 4. Loosen all four body bolts (52). Remove three from the valve. Leave the remaining bolt in place with the hex nut (53) backed off at least 1/4 (6.4 mm). 5. For positive alignment and ease of in-line assembly, each end cap is interlocked approximately 1/16 (1.6 mm) into the body as shown in (Figure 3).To overcome this feature during in-line disassembly it is necessary to separate each cap at least 1/8 (3.2 mm) from the body. Sharply rap body and caps with a block of wood or plastic mallet to break loose body seal. Spread end caps and swing the body out of the line. If pipe does not allow simple spreading, remove the remaining body bolt and rotate center section per (Figure 1).This will improve access to the end cap flange for ease of spreading. Swing the valve body (1) out from between the end cap (2). Be careful not to damage the sealing surfaces A (see Figure 3) at each end of the valve. 6. Turn the stem (4) so that the valve is fully closed. Remove the inner body seals (6) and outer body seals (18) and the seats (5). NOTE: On those valves with metal seats (DH seat/seal code), there is a one piece body seal (6). Body seals will be tightly compressed in their grooves. Use extreme care when prying them out. Damage such as scratches to the bottom of the groove will cause leaks. If the seats are not easily removed, gently tap the ball (3) with a piece of wood or other soft material. 7. Remove the ball (3). 8. Remove the hex. head cap screws (29), disc springs (31) and compression plate (20). 9. Press the stem (4) from the top into the valve body (1) and remove it through the end of the body. 10. Carefully pry out and discard the old stem seal (8) being careful not to damage the stem seal bore in the body. On Fire-Tite valves, carefully pry out the stem bearings (13) and the secondary stem seal (7), being careful not to damage the bearing surfaces. NOTE: On non Fire-Tite valves there is only one lower stem bearing (24). Also, valves with graphite stem seals (8) have an additional upper stem bearing (10) and an anti-extrusion ring (55). 3.2 Assembly The following instructions are for in-line assembly. For bench assembly, which may be more convenient, follow a similar sequence by holding the valve in a vise by one end cap. Use care not to cut or scratch the seats, seals or sealing surface. 1. With the valve swung to the out-of-line position, insert from the inside of the body a stem bearing (13), a secondary stem seal (7), then another stem bearing (13) into the stem bore. For non Fire-Tite valves use one stem bearing (24). See (Figure 3) and parts list (Figure 4). 2. Insert the stem (4) horizontally into the body bore (threaded end first). The blade at the ball end of the stem must be vertical (see Figure 2). Guide the stem into the stem bore being careful not to scratch the bearings. Figure 1 Figure 2 IMO-210EN 5 FIRE-TESTED Surface A NON FIRE-TESTED 1/16 (1.6 mm) Interlock Figure 3 3. Holding the stem in place from the bottom, install the stem seal (8) and the compression plate (20). For valves with graphite stem seals (8), install upper stem bearing (10) and anti-extrusion ring (55) prior to installing the stem seal (8). 4. Place the disc springs (31) on top of the compression plate over the bolt holes and insert the hex. head cap screws (29) and bring them down hand tight with the disc springs. NOTE: See (Figure 4) for proper disc spring orientation. 5. While pressing the stem upward from inside the body, torque the hex head cap screws (29) applying the torque shown in (Table 2). Apply torque evenly alternating between the two hex head cap screws so that compression plate will be parallel with the valve body bonnet. 6. Align the stem blade with the ball slot. Insert the ball (3) and then rotate the stem (4) so that the ball is in the closed position. 7. Working at either end of the body (1), place a seat (5) into the body. Fit it snugly against the closed ball. NOTE: The sealing surface of the seat is toward the ball (see Figure 4). 8. Place an inner body seal (6) and an outer body seal (18) into the machined sealing groove of the body cap (2) (see Figure 3). NOTE: On those valves with metal seats (DH seat/seal code), there is a one piece body seal (6). Be certain that the groove and seal are clean. 9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for assembly at the opposite end. 10. Turn the stem so that the ball is in the full open position. 11. Swing the entire body assembly back into the properly aligned and interlock position between the body caps, being careful not to scratch the body seals. Body caps may have to be spread slightly to accept the body. 12. Close the valve. 13. Bolt the valve together with lubricated body bolts (52) and hex. nuts (53). Tighten these bolts evenly and alternately. (See Table 1 for the torques.) 14. Attach the handle (17) and secure it with the handle nut (16) applying the torque shown in (Table 3). Full Port Size In ( ) 1/2 & 3/4 (1/2 ) DN 15 & 20 (DN 15) 1 & 1-1/4 (3/4 & 1 ) DN 25 & 32 (DN 20 & 25) 1-1/2 & 2 (1-1/4 & 1-1/2 ) DN 40 & 50 (DN 32 & 40) TABLE 3 Handle Nut Torque Torque IN LBS 4 REPAIR KITS/SPARE PARTS Torque N m For further information on spare parts and service or assistance visit our web-site at NOTE: Service kits include two seats (5), one stem seal (8), two stem bearings (13), one secondary stem seal (7), one stem bearing (24), two inner body seals (6) and two outer body seals (18). Consult the factory for replacement parts of valves with seat materials not listed or for special services. 6 IMO-210EN 5 EXPLODED VIEW AND PARTS 53 Proper Disc Spring Orientation PARTS LIST ITEM PART NAME QTY 1 Body 1 2 Body Cap 2 3 Ball 1 4 Stem 1 5 Seat 2 6 Inner Body Seal 2 7* Secondary Stem Seal 1 8 Stem Seal 1 10 Stem Bearing 1 13* Stem Bearing 2 16 Handle Nut 1 17 Handle 1 18 Outer Body Seal 2 19 Shakeproof Washer 1 20 Compression Plate 1 22** Identification Tag 1 23** Pop Rivet 2 24*** Stem Bearing Non Fire-Tite 1 25 Socket Head Cap Screw 1 26 Spacer 1 29 Hex. Head Cap Screw 2 31 Disc Spring 4 52 Body Bolt 4 53 Hex Nut 4 54**** Weld End Tag 1 55 Anti-Extrusion Ring 1 * Fire-Tite Valves Only ** ANSI Valves Only *** Non Fire-Tite Valves Only **** Socket Weld and Butt Weld Valves Only Used for Graphite Upper Stem Seals Only Figure 4 IMO-210EN 7 TABLE 4 Service Kits Full Port Size Shown in ( ) 1/2 (1/2 ) DN 15 (DN 15) 3/4 DN 20 1 (3/4 ) DN 25 (DN 20) 1-1/4 (1 ) DN 32 (DN 25) 1-1/2 (1-1/4 ) DN 40 (DN 32) 2 (1-1/2 ) DN 50 (DN 40) PTFE Seats RKN-354-TT RKN-355-TT RKN-356-TT RKN-357-TT RKN-358-TT RKN-359-TT Delrin Seats RKN-354-RT RKN-355-RT RKN-356-RT RKN-357-RT RKN-358-RT RKN-359-RT Peek Seats RKN-354-LG RKN-355-LG RKN-356-LG RKN-357-LG RKN-358-LG RKN-359-LG Metal Seats RKN-354-DH RKN-355-DH RKN-356-DH RKN-357-DH RKN-358-DH RKN-359-DH Xtreme Seats RKN-354-XT RKN-355-XT RKN-356-XT RKN-357-XT RKN-358-XT RKN-359-XT PFA Seats RKN-354-BT RKN-355-BT RKN-356-BT RKN-357-BT RKN-358-BT RKN-359-BT TABLE 5 Body Seal Kits Full Port Size Shown in ( ) 1/2 (1/2 ) DN 15 (DN 15) 3/4 DN 20 1 (3/4 ) DN 25 (DN 20) 1-1/4 (1 ) DN 32 (DN 25) 1-1/2 (1-1/4 ) DN 40 (DN 32) 2 (1-1/2 ) DN 50 (DN 40) Standard TFM + Graphite RKN-348-TT RKN-349-TT RKN-350-TT RKN-351-TT RKN-352-TT RKN-353-TT Spiral Wnd 316SS + Graphite RKN-348-DH RKN-349-DH RKN-350-DH RKN-351-DH RKN-352-DH RKN-353-DH UHMWPE + Graphite RKN-348-UU RKN-349-UU RKN-350-UU RKN-351-UU RKN-352-UU RKN-353-UU 8 IMO-210EN Subject to change without prior notice. 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