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IEC 60534-8-3 Ed. 2.0 b:2000 Industrial-process control valves - Part 8-3: Noise considerations - Control valve aerodynamic noise prediction method Establishes a theoretical method to predict the external sound-pressure level generated in a control valve by the flow of compressible fluids. Applies to the following single-stage valves: globe (single and double seated), butterfly, angle, rotary plug (eccentric, spherical), ball, and valves with cage trims. ISO 10631:1994 Metallic butterfly valves
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  IEC 60534-8-3 Ed. 2.0 b:2000Industrial-process control valves - Part 8-3: Noise considerations - Control valveaerodynamic noise prediction method  Establishes a theoretical method to predict the external sound-pressure level generated in acontrol valve by the flow of compressible fluids. Applies to the following single-stage valves:globe (single and double seated), butterfly, angle, rotary plug (eccentric, spherical), ball, andvalves with cage trims. ISO 10631:1994Metallic butterfly valves for general purposes Specifies the requirements for metallic butterfly valves with centred or eccentric disc, withcentred or eccentric shaft, with metallic, polymeric, elastomeric or composite seating, with linedor unlined body, coated or uncoated, to be used in flanged or butt-welded piping systems for shut-off, throttling or flow control. Covers butterfly valves with nominal diameters DN 40 to DN2000 and is applicable to valves of nominal pressure PN 2,5 to 50. ISO 16136:2006BS EN ISO 16136:2006DIN EN ISO 16136 Industrial valves -- Butterfly valves of thermoplastics materials  ISO 16136:2006 specifies requirements for the design, functional characteristics andmanufacture of butterfly valves made of thermoplastics materials intended for isolating andcontrol service, their connection to the pipe system, the body materials and their  pressure/temperature rating between -40 degrees Celsius and +120 degrees Celsius, for a lifetimeof 25 years, and also specifies their tests.ISO 16136:2006 is applicable to hand- or power-operated valves to be installed in industrial pipesystems, irrespective of the field of application and the fluids to be conveyed.It is concerned with the range of DN 15, DN 20, DN 25, DN 32, DN 40, DN 50, DN 65, DN 80,DN 100, DN 125, DN 150, DN 200, DN 250, DN 300, DN 350, DN 400, DN 450, DN 500 andDN 600, and the range of PN 6, PN 10, PN 16 and Class 150. ASTM F1098-87(2010)Standard Specification for Envelope Dimensions for Butterfly Valves-NPS 2 to 24 1.1 This specification provides standard dimensions for manual (lever and gear actuator) butterfly valves installed in shipboard piping systems in NPS 2 to NPS 24, inclusive.1.2 This specification covers conventional and ANSI B16.34 class butterfly valves of both lugand wafer types.1.3 The values stated in inch-pound units are to be regarded as the standard. The values given in parentheses are for information only. BSR/ASTM Z7975Z-200xSpecification for Ferrous and Nonferrous Butterfly ValvesMSS SP-67-2002aButterfly Valves  This Standard Practice covers dimensions, design, testing, and marking requirements for  butterfly valves.  MSS SP-68-1997 (R 2004)High Pressure Butterfly Valves with Offset Design  This standard practice covers design requirements, test performance, marking requirements, andnomenclature for butterfly valves designed for high pressure performance, having a seat planeoffset from the plane of the stem centerline. AS 4795-2006Butterfly valves for waterworks purposes  Specifies requirements for Classes 10, 16, 21 and 35 manually operated resilient-seated double-flanged butterfly valves for waterworks purposes, with a maximum operating temperature of 40C MIL-C-21906 NOT 1CARTRIDGE, BUTTERFLY VALVE, MARK 1 MOD 0 (NO S/S DOCUMENT)MIL-V-22133C NOT 1VALVES, RESILIENT AND METAL SEATED, BUTTERFLY WORKING PRESSUREUP TO 200 PSI, 180 DEG. F. MAXIUM (SHIPBOARD USE) (S/S BY MIL-V-24624)MIL-V-24624(1)VALVE, BUTTERFLY, WAFER & LUG STYLE, SHIPBOARD SERVICEQPL-22133-25 NOT 1VALVE, BUTTERFLY, WORKING PRESSURES UP TO 200 P.S.I. 150 F. MAX. (FOR SHIPBOARD USE) (NO S/S DOCUMENT)   QPL-24624-16 NOT 1Valves, Butterfly, Wafer and Lug Style, Shipboard Service (Replaced by the QualifiedProducts Database (QPD) see Notice for Additional Information)WW-V-1967 NOT 1VALVE, BUTTERFLY (THREADED ENDS) BRASS OR BRONZE (NO S/SDOCUMENT)   BS EN 12567:2000DIN EN 12567:2000Industrial valves. Isolating valves for LNG. Specification for suitability and appropriateverification tests  This European Standard specifies the general performance requirements of isolating valves (gatevalves, globe valves, plug and ball valves and butterfly valves) used in the production, storage,transmission (by pipeline, rail, road or sea) of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). LNG filling valvesfor vehicule refuelling systems are excluded from the scope of this standard. DN range from DN8 to DN 1000. PN range from PN 16 to PN 100. Class range from Class 150 to Class 900.Temperature range from - 196 C to + 60 C. BS EN 13774:2003DIN EN 13774:2003  Valves for gas distribution systems with maximum operating pressure less than or equal to16 bar. Performance requirements This EN deals with isolating valves used for gas distribution systems with maximum operating pressure <= 16 bar, and which operate with fuel gases of the first and second family, accordingto EN 437. It applies to valves DN 25 and larger. The types of isolating valves to be consideredare: plug and ball valves, gate valves, globe valves and butterfly valves. BS EN 488:2003DIN EN 488:2009District heating pipes. Preinsulated bonded pipe systems for directly buried hot waternetworks. Steel valve assembly for steel service pipes, polyurethane thermal insulation andouter casing of polyethylene This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for valves of prefabricatedthermally insulated valve assemblies comprising a steel valve, rigid polyurethane foam insulationand an outer casing of polyethylene for use in directly buried hot water networks with preinsulated pipe assemblies in accordance with prEN 253. This standard applies only toinsulated valve assemblies for continuous operation with hot water at various temperatures inaccordance with clause 1 of prEN 253:2002. Guidelines for quality inspection are given in annexA of this standard. Guidelines for installation of valves are given in annex B of this standard. NOTE For this application the following valve types are commonly used: Ball valves, gatevalves, and butterfly valves. NOTE This standard does not include rules for calculation of loadsand stresses. BS EN 50216-8:2005Power transformer and reactor fittings. Butterfly valves for insulating liquid circuitsBS EN 593:2009DIN EN 593:2009ONORM EN 593:2009SS-EN 593Industrial valves. Metallic butterfly valves This European Standard specifies requirements for butterfly valves having metallic bodies for use in flanged or butt welding piping systems and used for isolating, regulating or controlapplications.The PN and Class ranges are: PN 2,5; PN 6 ; PN 10 ; PN 16 ; PN 25 ; PN 40 ; Class 150 ; Class300.The DN range is: DN 20 ; DN 25 ; DN 32 ; DN 40 ; DN 50 ; DN 65 ; DN 80 ; DN 100 ; DN 125; DN 150 ; DN 200 ; DN 250 ; DN 300 ; DN 350 ; DN 400 ; DN 450 ; DN 500 ; DN 600 ; DN700 ; DN 750 ; DN 800 ; DN 900 ; DN 1000 ; DN 1200 ; DN 1400 ; DN 1600 ; DN 1800 ; DN2000 ; DN 2200 ; DN 2400.DN 750 is used only for Class 150 and Class 300. For special application as industrial processcontrol valves, see EN 1349 and EN 60534-2-1. BS EN 60534-3-2:2001Industrial-process control valves. Dimensions. Face-to-face dimensions for rotary controlvalves except butterfly valves  DIN 3538Valves for gas installations; butterfly valves; female threaded ends This standard covers dimensions and designation of internally threaded butterfly valves for gasinstallations for gases to DVGW G 260 part 1 in sizes DN 15 to DN 50 for service pressure 4 bar and in size DN 65 for service pressure 1 bar. DIN 85003-3Technical specifications for valves for shipboard use - Part 3: Butterfly valves The document contains sets the selection to DIN 85003-2 of requirements and tests they aremainly for butterfly valves will apply trade- and naval shipbuilding. DIN 86266Ships and marine technology - Butterfly valves for flanges extra light duty wafer type andflanged type - DN 50 to DN 125, PN 10 This standard specific single exentric soft sealing butterfly valves for extra light duty of water type and flanged type. JIS B 2032:1995Wafer type rubber-seated butterfly valves   B 2333Butterfly Valves for Water Works   B 2813Wafer Type Rubber - Seated Butterfly Valves   V 7490Rubber-Seat Butterfly Valves for Marine Use   GB/T 12238-1989General purpose industrial valvesFlanged and wafer butterfly valvesGB/T 3037-1994Marine duo-eccentric-pivoted butterfly valves  This standard covers design, materials, face-to-face dimensions, pressure-temperature ratings,and examination, inspection, and test requirements for gray iron, ductile iron, bronze, steel,nickel-base alloy, or special alloy butterfly valves that provide tight shutoff in the closed positionand are suitable for flow regulation. ANSI/AWWA C504-2006Rubber-Seated Butterfly Valves  This standard establishes minimum requirements for rubber-seated butterfly valves, 3 in. (75mm) through 72 in. (1,800 mm) in diameter, with various body and end types, for fresh water having a pH range from 6-12 and a temperature range from 33°-125°F (0.6°-52°C). Thisstandard covers rubber-seated butterfly valves suitable for a maximum steady-state fluid working
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