Tilting disc check valves

Tilting disc check valves

What are tilting disc check valves?

This specific type of valves allows you to check the tilt of a particular set of cylinders on your machine without having to remove them or risk an accidental drop. Tilting disc check valves can be useful in many scenarios. For example, if you have two different machines that use different cylinder sets, you can install a valve between each set so you always know when they are aligned properly. You can also use them in conjunction with other safety mechanisms or as part of a maintenance program.

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Can a slanting disc check valve be installed at an angle?

Yes, it is possible to install a Slanting disc check valve at an angle. Angled valves are available with a range of angled fittings, or you can purchase straight flange and pipe bushings to convert them to an angled valve. Most manufacturers recommend using the straight-through version of the Tilting type check valve, though some people have used the angled version successfully. To determine the angle of your valve, you’ll need to measure the angle between the two pipes that connect the valve and the source and/or target of your water flow.

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Does it matter if a check valve is horizontal or vertical?

The angle of the Tilting wafer check valve isn’t as important as whether the valve is horizontal or vertical. A horizontal valve will work fine in slanted applications, but it won’t be able to handle angled piping systems. A vertical valve can handle any angle. Vertical valves can be installed in horizontal systems, but they should have 2” of head clearance. If your Tilting disk check valves is too low, you’ll disturb the flow to the valve and cause problems. On the other hand, if your valve sticks too far above the pipe, you’ll run into issues as well.

Tilting wafer check valves are designed for drinking water and other neutral liquids applications to prevent backflow in the system

In what position can a tilting type check valve be installed?

This depends on your specific application. Some people prefer to use the valve in a fully open setting, while others prefer to have it set between closed and open positions. A fully open setting allows for a drop of no more than 1/4” or so, while a fully closed position allows for drops of no more than 3/8”. In most applications, the Tilting disc type check valve will be installed between a fully open and a partially closed position, allowing the user to determine how much pressure they’re comfortable with.

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When should a tilting disc swing check valve be installed?

This is also dependent on the application. There are some commercial applications where constant pressure is needed, such as the filling of a sports water bottle. In these scenarios, a swing check valve is not adequate. A Tilting disc swing check valve can be used at other times, though, and has many advantages that make it a good choice for these applications. A swing-type check valve is best used where there is no need for constant pressure or where pressure is not a major concern. For example, people often turn to Tilting disc wafer check valves when they are trying to control flow to a sump pit or where the pressure is low, such as in a stormwater collection system.

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How do you know if a tilting disc wafer check valves fail?

There are many factors that can affect the operation of a tilting disc valve, such as the angle of the disc, the condition of the piping, and the type of connector used between the Flanged tilting disc check valves and the piping. If there is a problem with the operation of your valve, you’ll want to work closely with your irrigation technician to find the source of the problem. In some cases, it may be a simple problem such as a bent valve or damaged piping. In other cases, it may be a problem with the valve itself, in which case you’ll need to replace the valve.