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# PACIFIC VALVES

ACTUATORS &
ACCESSORIES
Subject Index
Thrust, Torque, & Rimpull Calculations ............................................ 2
Thrust & Torque Reference Data ..................................................... 3-8
Bevel Gear Actuators ....................................................................... 9
Remote Actuators ............................................................................ 10-11
NEMA Area Classifications .............................................................. 12
Chain Wheels ................................................................................... 13
Extensions Stems & Floor Stands .................................................... 13
Locking Devices ............................................................................... 14
Bypasses .......................................................................................... 15
Drain & Bleed Connections .............................................................. 16

PVAA-0299 Rev. 5

## Actuators and Accessories

Determining Thrust, Torque and Rimpull
The three major forces involved in valve actuation are thrust, torque
and rimpull. Below is a brief description and formula used to
determine each of the three forces for a particular valve application.
See pages 3 through 7 for reference data to be used with Pacific
gate, globe and stop-check valves to determine thrust, torque and
rimpull for a particular application. These pages also show torque
for differential pressures at full and half maximum cold working
pressure for carbon steel valves.
Thrust is the purely linear push-pull force involved in seating and
unseating a valve. It is determined using the following valve and
application criteria:
A The valve seat diameter.
If the valve seat diameter is not known, the
port diameter can be assumed to be the seat
diameter for estimating purposes.
B The maximum differential pressure across the valve seat.
The most common method of determining
maximum differential pressure across the valve
seats is to assign the maximum design or
operating pressure the upstream value P1 and
assume a downstream pressure P2 of 0 PSIG.
C The valve stem diameter.
These criteria are used in the thrust calculation which is the sum of
the following forces. Unit of measure is Ibs. of thrust.

## Torque is a rotary force. For gate and globe valve applications

which have acme threaded rising stems driven by a drive nut, torque
is conversion of thrust from a purely linear force, utilizing the
mechanical advantage of a screw to achieve linear movement. The
stem factor used to convert thrust to torque is a function of the acme
thread characteristics of the valve stem and drive nut (yokesleeve).
Pages AA-3 thru AA-7 contain stem factors for Pacific gate, globe
and stop-check valves. Once seating or unseating thrust has been
calculated, the torque can be obtained by the formula:
Torque = Thrust x Stem factor
*Example: 6" 150 Ib. Gate valve
Thrust = 2072.2
Stem factor = .0099
Torque = 2072.2 x .0099 = 20.5 ft. Ibs.

## 1. Seating Force = Valve seat area x Max differential

Pressure x Valve factor
Where: Valve seat area = (Seat dia)2 x 3.14
4
Max. differential Pressure = P1- P2
Valve factor = .25 Parallel seat
.3 Gate valve
1.1 Globe valve
2. Stem Load = Valve stem area x Max. upstream pressure
Where: Valve stem area = (Stem Dia)2 x 3.14
4
Max upstream Pressure = P1
Note that stem load is applicable to gate valves only as this force is
included in the seating force of globe and stop-check valves.
3. Stem Packing Friction = Stem diameter x 2000 for graphite.
* Example - 6" 150 Ib. gate valve, seat diameter 6", stem diameter 118",
maximum differential pressure 100 PSIG.
1 - Seating force = 28.26 x 100 x .3 = 847.8 lbs.
Where: Seat area = (6)2 x 3.14
4
2 - Stem load = .994 x 100 = 99.4 lbs.
Where Stem area = (1.125)2 x 3.14
4
3 - Stem packing friction = 1.125 x 1000 = 1125
Thrust to seat or unseat = 847.8 + 99.4 + 1125 = 2072.2 Ibs.

Valve running thrust which represents 90% of the travel of the valve stem

PVAA-0299 Rev. 5

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## Valve running torque can be calculated utilizing the above formula

substituting running thrust for seating thrust.
Rimpull is the force which must be applied to the rim of the
handwheel during operation of the valve. Rimpull is calculated using
torque. The following information is required to calculate handwheel
rimpull:
A.
B.

## Torque required to seat or unseat valve

Handwheel diameter
Rimpull = Torque Radius of the handwheel
measured in feet
Where: The radius of the handwheel =
Handwheel Dia. in inches
2
12

## *Example: 6"150 Ib. Gate

Seating or unseating torque = 20.5 ft. Ibs.
Handwheel diameter = 14"
Rimpull = 20.5 .583 = 35.2 lbs.
Where: 14 = 7 = (Radius in inches)
2
7
12 = .583 (Radius in feet) = 35.2 Ibs.
Running rimpull can be calculated by substituting running for
seating/unseating torque.

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## Actuators and Accessories

Thrust & Torque Data Bolted Bonnet Gate Valves
Valve Reference Data
Seat Area
(sq. in)

Stem Dia.
(in)

Total Thrust
Half ANSI cwp
(lbf)

(lbf)

0.0078
0.0078
0.0078
0.0078
0.0099
0.0099
0.0115
0.0115
0.0131
0.0131
0.0155
0.0155
0.0155
0.0191
0.0223
0.0223

1913
1968
2045
2139
2930
3601
5112
6317
8381
9441
12258
14438
16888
23847
35731
48432

2075
2186
2340
2528
3611
4953
7474
9885
13511
15632
20516
24877
29776
42694
65462
90864

15
15
16
17
29
36
59
73
110
124
190
224
262
456
798
1082

16
17
18
20
36
49
86
114
177
205
318
386
462
816
1463
2030

0.875
0.875
0.875
0.875
1.125
1.375
1.375
1.625
1.625
2.000
2.000
2.000
2.500
2.500
3.500
3.500

0.0078
0.0078
0.0078
0.0078
0.0099
0.0115
0.0115
0.0131
0.0131
0.0155
0.0155
0.0155
0.0191
0.0191
0.0261
0.0261

2172
2317
2516
2761
4016
6441
8883
12731
16572
20469
25442
30360
38285
53936
85152
115122

2595
2883
3283
3771
5783
10132
15016
22212
29893
36939
46884
56719
71570
102872
163305
223245

17
18
20
21
40
74
102
167
217
318
395
471
732
1031
2220
3001

20
22
25
29
57
116
173
291
392
573
728
880
1368
1967
4257
5820

1.800
3.100
7.100
12.600
28.300
48.700
74.700
108.400
130.200
170.900
213.846
261.597
380.113
590.853
851.242

0.875
0.875
1.125
1.125
1.625
1.625
2.000
2.000
2.500
2.500
2.500
3.000
3.000
3.500
3.500

0.0078
0.0078
0.0099
0.0099
0.0131
0.0131
0.0155
0.0155
0.0191
0.0191
0.0191
0.0223
0.0223
0.0261
0.0261

2595
2883
4562
5783
11068
15596
22908
30390
37537
46573
56107
69306
95617
145290
203096

3439
4016
6874
9316
18885
27943
41817
56780
70075
88145
107213
132612
185233
283580
399193

20
22
45
57
145
204
356
472
718
890
1073
1549
2136
3787
5294

27
31
68
92
248
366
649
881
1340
1685
2050
2963
4139
7392
10406

900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900

1.800
3.100
4.900
6.500
11.800
26.000
44.200
71.000
100.000
117.895

0.875
1.000
1.125
1.125
1.375
1.625
1.875
2.250
2.250
2.500

0.0078
0.0091
0.0099
0.0099
0.0115
0.0131
0.0147
0.0175
0.0191
0.0191

3017
3904
4985
5518
8328
14210
21534
32557
43749
49708

4284
5808
7720
8786
13906
25171
39318
60614
82499
94417

23
35
49
55
96
186
317
570
836
950

33
53
76
87
160
330
579
1061
1577
1805

1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

1.500
2.800
4.000
6.000
10.300
22.700
38.500
60.000
84.500
101.600

0.875
1.000
1.125
1.250
1.375
1.875
2.250
2.500
3.000
3.000

0.0078
0.0091
0.0099
0.0107
0.0115
0.0147
0.0175
0.0191
0.0223
0.0223

3698
5011
6315
8108
11225
21481
33263
47440
66057
75560

5645
8022
10379
13716
19701
39212
62026
89879
126114
145121

29
46
62
87
129
316
582
907
1476
1688

44
73
103
147
227
577
1086
1719
2818
3243

Size

Class

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
36

150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150

1.800
3.100
4.900
7.100
12.600
28.300
50.300
78.550
113.100
137.900
182.700
233.700
291.000
424.500
671.900
969.000

0.875
0.875
0.875
0.875
1.125
1.125
1.375
1.375
1.625
1.625
2.000
2.000
2.000
2.500
3.000
3.000

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
36

300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300

1.800
3.100
4.900
7.100
12.600
28.300
50.300
78.500
113.100
137.900
182.700
227.000
283.500
424.500
672.000
942.000

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
36

600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14

Stem Factor

Torque

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(lbf)

(lbf)

PVAA-0299 Rev. 5

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## Actuators and Accessories

Thrust & Torque Data Bolted Bonnet Globe Valves
Valve Reference Data
Stem Dia.
(in.)

Stem Factor

(lbf)

(lbf)

Torque
Half ANSI cwp
(lbf)

(bf)

Size

Class

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14

150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150

1.800
3.100
4.900
7.100
12.600
28.300
50.300
78.500
113.100
135.229

0.750
0.750
0.875
1.000
1.125
1.250
1.500
1.625
2.000
2.000

0.0066
0.0066
0.0074
0.0091
0.0099
0.0107
0.0123
0.0131
0.0155
0.0155

1845
2049
2604
3225
4367
7111
11136
15850
22176
25645

2190
2598
3458
4450
6483
11722
19273
28451
40352
47290

12
14
19
29
43
76
137
208
344
398

14
17
26
40
64
125
237
373
626
734

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12

300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300

1.800
3.100
4.900
7.100
12.600
28.300
50.300
78.500
113.100

0.750
0.750
0.875
1.000
1.125
1.375
1.500
2.000
2.500

0.0066
0.0066
0.0074
0.0091
0.0099
0.0115
0.0123
0.0155
0.0191

2396
2925
3967
5180
7746
14818
24126
37112
52848

3292
4350
6184
8361
13242
26885
45252
70224
100696

16
19
29
47
77
170
297
576
1010

22
29
46
76
131
309
557
1090
1925

1.5
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12

600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600

1.800
3.100
4.900
7.100
12.600
28.300
48.700
74.700
108.400

0.750
1.000
1.125
1.250
1.500
1.875
2.000
2.500
3.250

0.0066
0.0091
0.0099
0.0107
0.0123
0.0147
0.0155
0.0191
0.0240

3292
5105
6974
9188
14564
28830
45967
69439
100877

5084
8209
11699
15875
26129
53909
87934
133877
195255

22
46
69
98
179
424
713
1328
2417

34
75
116
170
321
793
1365
2560
4678

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Seat Area
(sq. in)

Total Thrust

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## Actuators and Accessories

Thrust & Torque Data Pressure Seal Wedge Gate Valves
Valve Reference Data

Size

Class

Seat Area
(sq. in)

Stem Dia.
(in.)

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12

600
600
600
600
600
600
600

5.400
5.400
9.600
23.200
39.900
61.000
88.700

0.875
0.875
1.000
1.375
1.625
1.875
2.000

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900

5.900
5.900
10.300
21.700
37.700
58.400
80.500
97.200
125.200
156.700
198.000
287.300

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500

Total Thrust
Stem Factor

Torque

(lbf)

(lbf)

0.0078
0.0078
0.0091
0.0115
0.0131
0.0147
0.0155

3394
3394
4712
8999
13643
19336
26016

5038
5038
7425
15249
24035
34921
48033

26
26
43
103
179
285
404

39
39
68
175
315
514
746

0.875
0.875
1.000
1.375
1.625
1.875
2.000
2.250
2.500
2.500
2.750
3.500

0.0078
0.0078
0.0091
0.0115
0.0131
0.0147
0.0155
0.0175
0.0191
0.0191
0.0207
0.0261

4382
4382
6302
11625
18106
26262
34294
41282
52141
62631
78028
113352

7015
7015
10604
20499
32963
48775
64588
78063
99282
120261
150556
219703

34
34
57
134
237
386
532
723
997
1198
1618
2955

54
54
96
236
432
718
1003
1367
1898
2299
3121
5727

3.400
4.900
8.300
18.700
31.900
48.700
69.000
82.500
108.400
137.900
170.900
247.500

0.875
1.000
1.125
1.625
1.875
2.250
2.500
2.750
3.000
3.500
4.000
4.500

0.0078
0.0091
0.0099
0.0131
0.0147
0.0175
0.0191
0.0207
0.0223
0.0261
0.0293
0.0325

4754
6178
8704
17485
26594
38932
52441
62354
79340
101463
126260
176015

7757
10357
15159
31720
49438
73363
99883
119208
152679
195927
244520
343029

37
56
86
229
391
682
1003
1293
1773
2645
3699
5724

60
94
150
416
728
1285
1910
2471
3411
5107
7163
11155

2.400
3.600
5.900
12.600
21.700
34.500
47.200
58.200
76.600
97.200
117.900
170.900

1.125
1.125
1.375
1.625
2.000
2.500
2.750
3.000
3.500
4.000
4.500
5.000

0.0099
0.0099
0.0115
0.0131
0.0155
0.0191
0.0207
0.0223
0.0256
0.0293
0.0325
0.0357

7538
8649
12792
21310
33776
52075
67510
81674
107578
136731
167188
228750

12826
15047
22834
39370
63553
99150
129519
157347
208157
265462
325375
447499

75
86
147
279
524
996
1400
1825
2751
4005
5437
8177

127
149
263
516
986
1896
2685
3516
5322
7776
10581
15996

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(lbf)

(bf)

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## Actuators and Accessories

Thrust & Torque Data Pressure Seal Parallel Seat Gate Valves
Valve Reference Data
Stem Dia.
(in.)

(lbf)

(lbf)

(bf)

0.0078
0.0078
0.0091
0.0115
0.0131
0.0147
0.0155

3194
3194
4357
8141
12166
17079
22735

4638
4638
6715
13532
21083
30407
41469

25
25
40
94
159
251
353

36
36
61
156
276
447
644

0.875
0.875
1.000
1.375
1.625
1.875
2.000
2.250
2.500
2.500
2.750
3.500

0.0078
0.0078
0.0091
0.0115
0.0131
0.0147
0.0155
0.0175
0.0191
0.0191
0.0207
0.0261

4055
4055
5730
10420
15848
23021
29826
35887
45192
53934
67039
97407

6360
6360
9460
18090
28445
42293
55653
67274
85385
102867
128578
187813

31
31
52
120
208
339
463
628
864
1031
1390
2539

49
49
86
208
373
622
864
1178
1633
1967
2666
4896

3.400
4.900
8.300
18.700
31.900
48.700
69.000
82.500
108.400
137.900
170.900
247.500

0.875
1.000
1.125
1.625
1.875
2.250
2.500
2.750
3.000
3.500
4.000
4.500

0.0078
0.0091
0.0099
0.0131
0.0147
0.0175
0.0191
0.0207
0.0223
0.0261
0.0293
0.0325

4439
5724
7936
15753
23639
34421
46050
54712
69299
88690
110430
153090

7127
9449
13621
28256
43529
64342
87100
103925
132598
170381
221861
297180

34
52
79
206
348
603
880
1134
1548
2312
3235
4978

55
86
135
370
641
1127
1665
2155
2963
4441
6235
9664

2.400
3.600
5.900
12.600
21.700
34.500
47.200
58.200
76.600
97.200
117.900
170.900

1.125
1.125
1.375
1.625
2.000
2.500
2.750
3.000
3.500
4.000
4.500
5.000

0.0099
0.0099
0.0115
0.0131
0.0155
0.0191
0.0207
0.0223
0.0261
0.0293
0.0325
0.0357

7168
8093
11882
19367
30429
46754
60229
72696
95763
121738
149002
202388

12086
13937
21014
35483
56858
88507
114958
139392
184526
235476
289003
394777

71
80
137
254
472
894
1249
1624
2496
3566
4845
7234

120
138
242
465
883
1692
2383
3115
4810
6898
9398
14111

Class

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12

600
600
600
600
600
600
600

5.400
5.400
9.600
23.200
39.900
61.000
88.700

0.875
0.875
1.000
1.375
1.625
1.875
2.000

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900

5.900
5.900
10.300
21.700
37.100
58.400
80.500
97.200
125.200
156.700
198.000
287.300

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500

Stem Factor

Torque

(lbf)

Size

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## Actuators and Accessories

Thrust & Torque Data Pressure Seal Globe Valves
Valve Reference Data
Seat Area
(sq. in)

Stem Dia.
(in.)

Total Thrust
Stem Factor

(lbf)

(lbf)

Torque
Half ANSI cwp
(lbf)

(bf)

Size

Class

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12
14

900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900

5.400
5.400
9.600
21.700
35.800
56.700
78.500
95.000

1.125
1.125
1.500
2.000
2.500
3.000
3.500
4.000

0.0099
0.0099
0.0123
0.0155
0.0191
0.0223
0.0261
0.0293

9947
9947
16683
33983
54161
83078
113529
137945

17644
17644
30367
63967
103322
160156
220059
267891

98
98
205
527
1036
1856
2959
4041

175
175
374
993
1976
3579
5736
7847

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12

1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

3.400
4.900
8.300
18.700
31.900
48.700
69.000

1.125
1.500
1.750
2.500
3.000
3.500
4.000

0.0099
0.0123
0.0139
0.0191
0.0223
0.0261
0.0293

11020
16259
24870
52201
84100
124064
171887

19790
29518
46239
99401
162201
241128
335774

109
200
346
998
1879
3234
5035

196
363
643
1901
3624
6286
9836

2.5
3
4
6
8
10
12

2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500

2.400
3.600
5.400
12.600
21.700
34.500
47.200

1.250
1.500
1.625
2.500
3.000
3.750
4.250

0.0107
0.0123
0.0131
0.0191
0.0223
0.0277
0.0309

14431
20669
27974
62904
101448
158653
212443

26362
38338
52698
120807
196897
309806
416387

154
254
367
1203
2267
4392
6566

282
472
691
2310
4399
8575
12869

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## Actuators and Accessories

Thrust and Torque Data Pressure Seal Y-Globe Valves
Valve Reference Data
Stem Dia.
(in.)

Stem Factor

(lbf)

(lbf)

Torque
Half ANSI cwp
(lbf)

(bf)

Size

Class

8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900

39.900
61.940
86.600
86.600
135.400
135.400
198.100
302.600

3.000
3.750
5.500
5.500
6.750
6.750
8.000
8.000

0.0223
0.0272
0.0390
0.0390
0.0470
0.0470
0.0551
0.0551

62565
95390
143114
143114
218550
218550
313682
441277

119130
183280
275227
275227
423599
423599
611364
866553

1398
2593
5577
5577
10280
10280
17286
24317

2662
4982
10726
10726
19925
19925
33690
47752

8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

39.900
61.940
86.600
86.600
135.400
135.400
198.100
302.600

3.000
3.750
5.500
5.500
6.750
6.750
8.000
8.000

0.0223
0.0272
0.0390
0.0390
0.0470
0.0470
0.0551
0.0551

100402
154181
231487
231487
355711
355711
512807
725752

194805
300862
451974
451974
697922
697922
1009614
1435504

2243
4191
9021
9021
16732
16732
28259
39993

4353
8178
17614
17614
32829
32829
55635
79104

8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500

27.180
42.780
60.100
86.600
86.600
135.400
135.400
198.100

3.500
4.000
4.750
5.500
5.500
6.750
6.750
8.000

0.0261
0.0293
0.0341
0.0390
0.0390
0.0470
0.0470
0.0551

128920
191946
268124
378181
378181
583390
583390
843341

250841
375892
526749
745362
745362
1153280
1153280
1670683

3361
5623
9151
14738
14738
27441
27441
46473

6539
11011
17979
29047
29047
54248
54248
92064

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## Actuators and Accessories

Bevel Gear Actuators
Bevel Gear Actuators

Handwheel Orientation

## Many applications require gate, globe and stop-check valves to

use gearing to reduce the hand wheel rimpull and thus allow one
man to manually seat or unseat the valve. See page 2 for definition
and calculation of rimpull. Standard gear actuators are sized to
seat or unseat the valve with a rimpull requirement of less than 250
Ibs. Unless otherwise specified the maximum differential
pressure is assumed to equal the valve pressure class, e.g.
900 psi for a 900 lb. class valve. If service parameters differ
from above, please consult factory when ordering.
When the actual maximum differential pressure is known, or a
maximum rimpull is specified which is less than 250Ibs, this
information should be provided in your Request for Quotation.

## Possible handwheel orientations are shown in the figure to the right

below. Spur gear (SGA) or compound bevel gear (BGA) attachments can be provided in any position shown in Figure 1. Typical
configurations are shown in Figure 2.

Figure 1

## a) Maximum differential shut off pressure

b) Maximum allowable handwheel rimpull to seat or
unseat valve
Our standard bevel gear actuator typically includes the following
features*:
1)
2)
3)
4)

## 2" square air wrench nut.

Weatherproof, built for outdoor service.
Compound gearing available.

7
Outlet

8
Bevel or Worm Gear
Handwheel

1
Horizontal
Handwheel
4

Inlet

Base Unit

BGA Attachment

SGA Attachment

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## 1. On the average, operators should be capable of lifting their

own weight, using this as a guide maximum rimpull can be
estimated, ie; a 175 Ib. man should be able to handle a
seating rimpull up to about 175 Ibs. Rimpulls are often
specified much lower to avoid operator strain and possible
injury.
2. Low rimpull requirements often result in the selection of
bevel gears with high gear ratios. This can result in high
operating times due to the number of turns needed to cycle
the valve. Keep this in mind when specifying a maximum
rimpull.
3. Air wrench operation speeds up cycle time on high gear ratio
bevel gears however, the mechanical advantage available
from bevel gearing enables the operator to damage the
valve. Never seat or back seat the valve using an air wrench;
manually seat and back seat the valves with caution, especially when equipped with bevel gears.

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Remote Actuators
Remote Actuators

Motor Actuators

## In many applications, operation of valves

may require the use of electric, pneumatic
or hydraulic actuators. Such applications
include those where the valve (1) is too
large or has too high a differential shut-off
pressure for manual operation; (2) is not
accessible for manual operation; (3) is part
of a system requiring simultaneous operation of many valves; (4) must be triggered
from a remote location, as is often essential
for emergency shut-off in hazardous areas.

Motor actuators for rising stem valves can be powered by air, gas, hydraulic or electric
power. The most common method of actuation is the electric motor actuator, as it is
generally the most cost effective.

## We will gladly furnish any type or make of

actuator you specify, or make recommendations for your particular service conditions. All Pacific gate, globe and non-return
valves can be supplied with electric, air,
gas or hydraulic driven motor actuators or
cylinder actuators.

Electric motor actuated valves can be provided to meet the broadest range of requirements
including operating cycle time, use of integral or remote controls, starters and indicators,
and a wide range of power sources. They are less readily adaptable to fail-safe operation
than cylinder actuators because they generally require more stored energy.
Air motor actuators are often specified in very hazardous locations where electric power
is not available or permitted. The major disadvantage of this type of actuator is air
consumption, particularly when applied to large valves. The combination of high gear ratio
and long stroke can drain an entire air system unless the air supply system is specially
designed to accommodate this type of actuator. Like electric motor actuators, these are

## Information Required to Quote Motor Actuators

1. Valve size, figure number or description.
2. Valve operating conditions (pressure, temperature, flow rate and fluid).
3. Maximum differential (shut-off) pressure.
4. Primary power supply:
a) electric-voltage, phase cycles,
b) gas or hydraulic-fluid, available flow rate, maximum and minimum
pressure.
5. Control voltage.
6. Valve stem position.
7. Closing time and frequency.
8. Required construction (NEMA, etc.) or local environment.
9. Auxiliary equipment:
a) push-button stations,
b) reversing controllers,
c) position indicators,
d) other (i.e., stem covers, etc.)
10. Special requirements (i.e., radiation, seismic, etc.)
11. Preference for specific manufacturer, if any.

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## Actuators and Accessories

Remote Actuators

Cylinder Actuators
Air or gas cylinder actuators include single or double acting, fail open
or closed by mechanical spring or pneumatic force. They can be
manufactured to accommodate any length stroke. The limitations of
air cylinder actuators are mechanical spring limits and thrust requirements in excess of 75,000 Ibs. Mechanical springs used with
air cylinders can be sized for up to 20,000 Ibs. of thrust and have a
stroke limit of about 14" max. depending on thrust output required.
In applications where mechanical springs can not be used, a
pneumatic spring provided with stored air pressure is capable of
providing a fail safe mode. Thrust requirements up to 25,000 Ibs. can

## be accommodated with standard bore size cylinders assuming

minimum 80 PSIG field air supply. Thrust requirements between
25,000 Ibs. and 75,000 Ibs. can be accommodated by boosting or
intensifying field air pressure to a higher working pressure for the
cylinder and stored locally in a high pressure air tank.
Hydraulic systems are better suited and more economical for thrust
requirements over 75,000 Ibs. Cylinder actuators can be provided
with manual overrides for emergency valve actuation, fail safe mode
and other accessories.

Diaphragm Actuators
Diaphragm actuators available are: double acting (air pressure
required open or close), direct acting (air pressure required to close,
mechanical spring to open) or reverse acting (mechanical spring to
close, air pressure required to open).
This very simple and very economical actuator has application
limitations. The first limitation is stroke; a 4" stroke is the longest
available from most manufacturers. This limits adaptable valve size
to gate valves 4" and smaller and globe valves in smaller sizes. The

## second limitation is output thrust, this is the major constraint in

selecting this type of actuator for use with our unbalanced plug globe
valves. Most manufacturers can provide diaphragm areas up to 200
square inches, however, maximum air pressure allowed for actuation decreases. Maximum air pressures are as low as 45 PSIG for
large area diaphragms available from most major manufacturers
thus limiting thrust output. Manual override handwheels are available as an option.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

8.
9.

## Valve size, figure number or description.

Operating conditions (pressure, temperature, flow rate and fluid).
Maximum differential (shut-off) pressure.
Primary power supplyair or hydraulicavailable maximum and minimum
pressure and source.
Failure mode (open, closed, as is?).
Control voltage and enclosure designations (NEMA, etc.).
Auxiliary equipment:
a) limit switches,
b) solenoids,
c) positioners,
d) manual over-rides.
Valve orientation.
Preference for specific manufacturer, if any.

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## Actuators and Accessories

NEMA Area Classification
NEMA Area Classifications for Electrical Enclosures most commonly
specified on Valve Actuator Requirements
Type 3SDust-tight, Raintight and Sleet (Ice) ProofOutdoor
Type 3S enclosures are intended for use outdoors to protect the
enclosed equipment against windblown dust and water and to
provide for its operation when the enclosure is covered by external
ice or sleet. These enclosures do not protect the enclosed equipment against malfunction resulting from internal icing; where this is
a requirement, the apparatus manufacturer should be consulted.
Type 4Watertight and Dust-TightIndoor
Type 4 enclosures are intended for use indoors to protect the
enclosed equipment against splashing water, see page of water,
falling or hose directed water, and severe external condensation.
Type 6Submersible, Watertight, Dust-Tight and Sleet (Ice)
Resistant Indoor and Outdoor
Type 6 enclosures are intended for use indoors and out-doors
where occasional submersion is encountered. They shall protect
the enclosed equipment against a static head of water of six (6) feet
for thirty (30) minutes, dust, splashing or external condensation of
noncorrosive liquids, falling or hose directed water, lint and seepage. They are not sleet (ice) proof.
Type 7, Class 1, Groups A, B, C, & D Air-Break Equipment
Indoor
Type 7 enclosures are intended for use indoors in the atmospheres
and locations defined as Class I and Groups A, B, C, and D in the
National Electrical Code. The letters A, B, C, or D which indicate the
gas or vapor atmospheres in the hazardous location appear as a
suffix to the designation, Type 7 to give the complete NEMA
designation and correspond to Class 1, Group A, B, C, or D,
respectively, as defined in the National Electrical Code.

CLASS

I
Gases
Vapors

II
Combustible

DIVISION
1
Normally
Hazardous

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A
B
C
D

2
Not Normally
Hazardous

A
B
C

1
Normally
Hazardous

F
G
2
Not Normally
Hazardous

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GROUP

## Type 9, Class 11, Groups E, F, & G Air Break Equipment

Indoor
Type 9 enclosures are intended for use indoors in the atmospheres
defined as Class 11 and Groups E, F, or G in the National Electrical
Code. The letters E, F, or G which indicate the dust atmospheres in
the hazardous location appear as a suffix to the designation Type
9 to give the complete NEMA designation and correspond to Class
11, Group E, F, or G, respectively, as defined in the National
Electrical Code. These enclosures prevent the ingress of explosive
amounts of hazardous dust.
Summary of Hazardous Atmospheres (Based on National Electrical Code and UL)
As explained in the definitions of the NEMA Types 7 and 9. The
groups (indicated by letters), which follow the type class, indicate
the gas or vapor atmospheres within the hazardous locations.
The following chart is a listing which gives the typical atmospheres
covered by these groups.
You will note that this list also includes a Division 1 or 2 in addition
to the class. The Division simply indicates if the area in question is
considered Normally Hazardous or Not Normally Hazardous.
1. A Division 1 area, is or might be hazardous under
normal conditions.
2. A Division 2 area, might become hazardous should an
unusual condition arise.

TYPICAL ATMOSPHERES
Acetylene
Hydrogen; Manufactured Gas; and Equivalent
Ethyl-Ether Vapors; Ethylene; Cyclopropane
Gasoline; Hexane; Naptha; Benzine;
Butane; Propane; Alcohol; Acetone
Benzol; Lacquer Solvents; Natural Gas
Same as Division I
Same as Division I
(Shown Above)
Metal Dust, Including Aluminum,
Magnesium, and their Commercial
Alloys, and other Metals of Similarly
Characteristics.
Carbon Black, Coal, Coke Dust.
Flour, Starch, Grain, Dusts,
Same as Division I
(Shown Above)

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## Actuators and Accessories

Chain Wheels Extension Stems Floor Stands
Chain Wheels
Pacific Valves supplies two styles of chainwheels to meet all service conditions. For standard
service, economical Babbitt chain wheels are available for handwheels to 30". For heavy duty
service, specify the more rugged Pacific Valves chain wheels. When ordering, specify: a) chain
wheel number, b) handwheel size, c) total feet of chain desired (2 X hanging length).
BABBITT CHAIN WHEEL
Number

(in.)

(in.)

Weight
(lbs.)

0
1
11/2
2
21/2
3
31/2
4
41/2
5

2-4
41/8-57/8
6-71/2
73/4-9
91/4 -121/2
123/4-151/2
153/4-19
191/4-22
221/4-26
261/4-30

4
57/8
71/2
9
121/2
151/2
19
22
26
30

2
4
5
9
14
19
25
37
46
60

Number

(in.)

24A
46B
67C
79D
912E
1215F
1519G
1922H
22261

(in.)

2-41/8
41/4-61/8
61/4-71/4
71/2-9
1
9 /4-121/2
123/4-151/2
153/4-19
191/4 -22
221/4-26

37/16
53/8
67/8
73/8
111/8
14
173/8
205/8
243/4

Weight
(lbs.)
4
5
8
12
17
24
34
47
68

Floors Stand

How To Order

## Floor stands are available with or without indicators. This floor

stand will operate rising or non-rising stem valves, when fitted
with the proper extension stem and fitting.

## For Pacific valves, specify:

1. Complete valve data: figure number and valve size.
2. With or without indicator.
3. Dimension A, center of valve port to floor level.

Impact Handwheels
Pacific Valves can provide either impact handwheels or clampon hammer blow handwheel adapters. Pacific pressure seal
globe valves include impact handwheels as a standard feature.
Hammerblow handwheel adapters can be furnished with
handwheel or chainwheel construction.

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## Extension Stems Only

1. Complete valve data: figure number and valve size.
Dimension from valve centerline to top of extension
stem handwheel.

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## Actuators and Accessories

Impact Handwheel Adapters and Locking Devices
Typical Interlock Lock Mounting

## Locking Devices and Interlocks

Increased security concerns and critical sequencing of processes have prompted the use of locking devices and interlocks
for valves. While the most basic of locking devices is the chain
and padlock, complex process plants are more frequently
utilizing key interlock systems. Interlock systems are used on
valves when sequencing of valve operation is critical to the
safety of plant personnel, process unit operation or the environment. Interlocks are provided with keys which are released only
under specific conditions such as when the valve is fully open.
Once the key is released it can be used to open the next valve
in sequence. For further detailed information, you may contact
the Interlock Manufacturers.

Interlock

Stem Extension
Mounting Bracket

Handwheel

Handwheel

Handwheel

Bevel Gear

Yoke

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Yoke

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## Actuators and Accessories

By-Passes
By-Passes
By-passes serve two purposes. First, they are used in steam
service to warm-up the line before the main valve is opened.
Second, they are used on steam and other lines to balance the
pressure on both sides of the main valve wedge or disc to aid in
opening a large valve.
Pacific valves can be furnished with all welded-on by-passes when
specified. By-passes are equipped with a single OS&Y globe valve
with a pressure/temperature rating and corrosion resistance equal
to or exceeding that of the main valve.
Main valve size:
By-pass size:

11/2"-4"
1/2"

5"-8"
3/4"

10"-36"
1"

## By-passes on valves 4" and larger are furnished to comply with

MSS Standard Practice SP-45, Series A.

## Gate valve by-passes shall be regularly attached to the side of the

main valve with the stems of both valves parallel and pointing
upward (between locations A & B).
Globe valve by-passes shall be regularly attached to the right side
of the main valve with the stems of valve parallel and pointing
upward. The right side of the globe valve is the side at the right when
facing the flow port which leads to the underside of the disc
(between location E & F).
Bleed, drain and by-pass piping can be furnished with manual or
remote actuated valves, as required.
Where service conditions warrant larger-than-standard by-passes,
it is recommended that the installation of the by-passes be around
the main valve.

## Smaller Globe Valve

F
A

Front View

F
A

Side View
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## Actuators and Accessories

Drain and Bleed Connections
When specified, Pacific valves can be furnished with drain connections at any of the locations shown below. Standard drain connections
are the same size as shown below and are drilled, tapped and
plugged.
Main valve size:

11/2"-4"

5"-8"

10"-36"

1/2"

3/4"

1"

Drain size:

## However, special request drain connections can be furnished with

threaded or seal welded 6" long nipples with or without shut-off
valves. Complete descriptions of desired configurations should be

K (opposite of J)
I

## Bleed valves can be supplied upon request. Pacific Valves standard

bleed valve is a gate valve, but other configurations can be furnished.

G
A

E&F

A&B

Globe Valves
E

Gate Valves
A

Check Valves
Note: The sketches shown represent valves with symmetrical shapes.
Sketches are illustrative only and do not infer design.

PVAA-0299 Rev. 4
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PVAA-0198

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HF Acid Valve
Compact Gate,
Globe and Check Valves
Bolted Bonnet Gate,
Globe and Check Valves

PACIFIC VALVES

Wedgeplug Valves

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## Crane Valve Group

From standard to engineered
we bring you a world of valves
SINCE

1864

JENKINS

## Cast Steel Gate, Globe, and Check Valves

Bronze & Iron Gate, Globe and Check Valves
Butterfly Valves
Bronze Ball valves

## Cast Steel Gate, Globe, and Check Valves

Bronze & Iron Gate, Globe and Check Valves
Butterfly Valves
Bronze Ball valves

TRIANGLE VALVES

ALOYCO

## Corrosion Resistant Gate,

Globe and Check Valves

FLOWSEAL
High Performance Butterfly Valves
Soft Seated, Metal Seated and Fire Safe
Butterfly Valves

CENTER

LINE

## Resilient Seated Butterfly Valves

Elastomer Lined Check Valves
Electric and Pneumatic Actuators

## Valves Designed for Nuclear Service

Diagnostic Valve Repair,
Equipment and Services

## Valve Repair Services

PACIFIC VALVES

TECHNICAL DATA
Subject Index
ASTM Material Specifications ............................................... 2-5
Alloys and Their Applications ................................................ 6
Valve Testing and Bolting Limits ........................................... 7
Wedgeplug General Information ........................................... 8
Wedgeplug Ordering Information .......................................... 9
ANSI Pressure/Temperature Ratings (English Units) ........... 10-14
ANSI Pressure/Temperature Ratings (Metric Units) ............. 15-19
Raised Face Flange Dimensions .......................................... 20-21
Ring Joint Flange Dimensions .............................................. 22
Butt Weld End Dimensions ................................................... 23-24
Special Flange Facings ......................................................... 25
Flow Calculations .................................................................. 26-29
Hardness Comparisons for Steel .......................................... 30
Temperature Conversions ..................................................... 31
Storage, Installation & Maintenance ..................................... 32
Conversion Formulae ............................................................ 33-37

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Technical Data
ASTM Material Specifications
The following is a chart from ANSI B16.34 - 1996 Version; Table 1- Material Specification
Group 1 Materials
Material
Forgings
Group No.
1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

Nominal Designation
C
C-Si
C-Mn-Si
C-Si
21/2Ni
31/2Ni
C-Mn-Si

Spec. No.
A105
A350

A 350

Product Form
Plates

Castings

Spec. No.

A216

WCB

LF2

LF3

C
C-Si
21/2Ni
31/2Ni
C-Mn-Si
C
C-Si

Spec. No.

Bars

A515
A516
A537

70
70
Cl. 1

A352
A352
A216
A352

LC2
LC3
WCC
LCC

A203
A203

B
E

A352

LCB

A515
A203
A203
A516

65
A
D
65

Spec. No.
A675
A105
A350
A696

C-Mn-Si

A350

LF1

C-1/2Mo

A182

F1

A217
A352

WC1
LC1

60

A516

60

A204
A204

A
B

LF2
C

A350

LF3

A675

65

A675
A515

70

A350
A696
A182

LF1
B
F1

C-1/2Mo

1.7

A387
A387
A387
A204

1Cr-1/2Mo
C-1/2Mo
1/2Cr-1/2Mo
Ni-1/2Cr-1/2Mo
3/4Ni-Mo-3/4Cr
1Cr-1/2Mo

A182

2 Cl.1
2 Cl. 2
12 Cl. 1
C

F2

A182
A217
A217

12 Cl.2

11/4Cr-1/2Mo-Si

A387

11 Cl.1

21/4Cr-1Mo

A387

22 Cl.1

A387

11 Cl.2

A387

22 Cl.2

A387
A302
A302
A302
A537
A387
A387

21 Cl.2
A&B
C
D
CL2
5 Cl.1
5 Cl. 2

A182
A182

F12 Cl.2
F11 Cl.2

A182

F22 Cl.3

3Cr-1Mo
Mn-1/2Mo
Mn-s1/2Mo-1/2Ni
Mn-1/2Mo-3/4Ni
C-Mn-Si
5Cr-1/2Mo

A182

F21

A217
A217

WC6
WC9

1.10
1.11

1.12
5Cr-1/2Mo-Si
5Cr-1/2Mo
1.13
1.14

A182
A182
A182

9Cr-1Mo

B70
C70

A106

A672

B 65

A672

C 65

A106
A672
A672

B
B 60
C 60

A691

CM-70

A335
A369
A691

P1
FP1
1/2Cr

A691

CM-75

A691
A335
A369
A691
A335
A369
A691
A335
A335

1CR
P12
FP12
11/4CR
P11
FP11
21/4CR
P22
FP22

A217

C5

A217

C12

A182
A182
A739
A182
A739
A182

A691
A335
A369
A335

5CR
P5
FP5
P5b

A182
A182
A182

F12 Cl.2
F11 Cl.2
B11
F22 Cl.3
B2210.2
F21

F5a
F5
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F5
F9

A672
A672

WC4
WC5
A387

1Cr-1/2Mo
11/4Cr-1/2Mo-Si
11/4Cr-1/2Mo
21/4Cr-1Mo

F2

1.8

1.9

Spec. No.

60

1.6
1/2Cr-1/2Mo

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Technical Data
ASTM Material Specifications

Group 2 Materials
Material
Group No.

Nominal Designation
18Cr-8Ni

2.1

16Cr-2Ni-2Mo
2.2

Forgings
Spec. No.
A182
F304
A182
F304H

A182
A182

Castings
A351
CF3
A351
CF8

F316
F316H

18Cr-8Ni
18Cr-13Ni-3Mo
16Cr-12Ni-2Mo

A351
A351

CF3A
CF8A

A351
A351
A351

CF3M
CF8M
CG8M

Product Form
Plates
A240
304
A240
304H

A240
A240

316
316H

A240

317

19Cr-10Ni-3Mo
18Cr-8Ni

A182

F304L

A240

304L

16Cr-12Ni-2Mo

A182

F316L

A240

316L

18Cr-10Ni-Ti

A182
A182

F321
F321H

A240
A240

321
321H

18Cr-10Ni-Cb

A182
A182
A182
A182

F347
F347H
F348
F348H

A240
A240
A240
A240

347
347H
348
348H

2.3

2.4

2.5

25Cr-12Ni

A351

A351
A351

2.6

CF8C

A240
A240
A240
A240

309S
309H
310S
310H

A240

S31254

25Cr-20Ni

A182

F310H

A351

CK20

20Cr-18Ni-6Mo

A182

F44

A351

CK3MCuN

22Cr-5Ni-3Mo-N

A182

F51

A240

25Cr-7Ni-4Mo-N

A182

F53

A240

2.7

F316
F316H
316
316H

A182
A479
A182
A479
A182
A479
A182
A479

F304L
304L
F316L
316L
F321
321
F321H
321H

A182
A182
A182
A182
A479

F347
F347H
F348
F348H
347

A479
A479
A479

347H
348
348H

A182
A479
A479

F310H
310H
310S

S31803

A479
A479

S31254
S31803

S32750

A479

S32750

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A182
A479
A479

Tubular
Spec. No.
A312
TP304
A312
TP304H
A358
304
A376
TP304
A376
TP304H
A430
FP304
A430
FP304H
A312
TP316
A312
TP316H
A358
316
A376
TP316
A376
TP316H
A430
FP316
A430
FP316H

A312

TP317

A312

TP304L

A312

TP316L

A312
A312
A358
A376
A376
A430
A430
A312
A312
A358
A376
A376
A376
A430
A430
A312
A312

TP321
TP321H
321
TP321
TP321H
FP321
FP321H
TP347
TP347H
TP347
TP347
TP347H
TP348
FP347
FP347H
TP348
TP348H

A312
A358
A312

TP309H
309H
TP310H

A358
A312
A358
A789
A790
A789
A790

310H
S31254
S31254
S31803
S31803
S32750
S32750

CH8
CH20

23Cr-12Ni

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A182
F304
A182
F304H
A479
304
A479
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Technical Data
ASTM Material Specifications

Group 3 Materials
Material

Product Form
Forgings

Group No.

Nominal Designation

Spec. No.

35Ni-35Fe-20Cr-Cb

B462

Castings
Spec. No.

Plates

N08020

Spec. No.

B463

N08020

A351

CN7M

B162

N02200

Bars
Spec. No.
B473

Spec. No.

N08020

B464

N08020

B468

N08020

B161

N02200

B163

N02200

3.1
28Ni-19Cr-Cu-Mo
3.2

3.3

99Ni

B160

N02200

99Ni-Low C

B160

67Ni-30Cu

B564

N02201

N04400

B127

N04400

B160

N02200

3.5

B564

72Ni-15Cr-8Fe

B564

N04405

N06600

B168

N06600

B162

N02201

B160

N02200

B164

N04400

B165

N04400

B163

N04400

B164

N04405

B166

N06600

3.4
67Ni-30Cu-S

Tubular

B167

N06600

B163

N06600

3.6

33Ni-42Fe-21Cr

B564

N08800

B409

N08800

B408

N08800

B163

N08800

3.7

65Ni-28Mo-2Fe

B335

N10665

B333

N10665

B335

N10665

B622

N10665

B622

N10276

B622

N10001

3.8

54Ni-16Mo-15Cr

B574

N10276

B575

N10276

B574

N10276

60Ni-22Cr-9Mo-3.5Cb

B564

N06625

B443

N06625

B446

N06625

62Ni-28Mo-5Fe

B335

N10001

B333

N10001

B335

N10001

70Ni-16Mo-7Cr-5Fe

B573

N10003

B434

N10003

B573

N10003

61Ni-16Mo-16Cr

B574

N06455

B575

N06455

B574

N06455

B622

N06455

42Ni-21.5Cr-3Mo-2.3Cu

B425

N08825

B424

N08825

B425

N08825

B423

N08825

3.9

47Ni-22Cr-9Mo-18Fe

B572

N06002

B435

N06002

B572

N06002

B622

N06002

3.10

25Ni-47Fe-21Cr-5Mo

B672

N08700

B599

N08700

B672

N08700

3.11

3.12

44Fe-25Ni-21Cr-Mo

B649

N08904

B625

N08904

B649

N08904

B677

N08904

26Ni-43Fe-22Cr-5Mo

B621

N08320

B620

N08320

B621

N08320

B622

N08320

47Ni-22Cr-20Fe-7Mo

B581

N06985

B582

N06985

B581

N06985

B622

N06985

49Ni-25Cr-18Fe-6Mo

B581

N06975

B582

N06975

B581

N06975

B622

N06975

3.13

Ni-Fe-Cr-Mo-Cu-Low C

B564

N08031

B625

N08031

B649

N08031

B622

N08031

3.14

47Ni-22Cr-19Fe-6Mo

B581

N06007

B582

N06007

B581

N06007

B622

N06007

33Ni-2Fe-21Cr

B564

N08810

B409

N08810

B408

N08810

B407

N08810

3.15

Ni-Mo

B536

N08330

B511

N08330

B535

N08330

Ni-Mo-Cr
3.16

35Ni-19Cr-11/4Si

B511

N-12MV

A494

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Technical Data
ASTM Material Specifications

Group 4 Materials
Bolting Material Specifications [(Note (1)]
Specification No.

Notes

Specification No.

Notes

A193

(2)(3)

A449

(7)(8)

A307 B

(4)(5)

A453

(9)(10)

A320

(2)(3)(6)

A540

A354

A564

630

(7)

B164

(11)(12)(13)

B408

(11)(12)(13)

B165

(11)(12)

B473

(11)

B335

N10665

(11)

B574

N10276

(11)

B574

N06022

(11)

B637

N07718

(11)

GENERAL NOTES:
(a) The user is responsible for assuring that bolting material is not used beyond the limits specified in the governing code or regulations.
(b) ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Section II material that also meet the requirements of the listed ASTM specification may also
be used.
(c) Material limitations, restrictions, and special requirements are shown on pressure-temperature tables.
NOTES:
(1) Repair welding of bolting material is not permitted.
(2) Where austenitic bolting materials have been carbide solution treated but not strain hardened, they are designated Class 1 or
Class 1A in ASTM A193. ASTM A194 nuts of corresponding material are recommended.
(3) Where austenitic bolting materials have been carbide solution treated and strain hardened, they are designated Class 2 in
ASTM A193.
ASTM A194 nuts of corresponding material are recommended.
(4) For limitations of usage and strength levels, see ASME B16.34 para. 5.1.1.
(5) Bolts with drilled or undersize heads shall not be used.
(6) For ferritic bolting materials intended for service at low temperatures, ASTM A194 Gr. 4 or Gr. 7 nuts are recommended.
(7) Acceptable nuts for use with these quenched and tampered steel bolts are ASTM A194 Grade 2 and 2H.
(8) Mechanical property requirements for studs shall be the same as those for bolts.
(9) These are bolting materials suitable for high temperature service with austenitic stainless steel valve materials.
(10) Only Grades 651 and 660 shall be used.
(11) Nuts may be of the same material or may be of compatible grade of ASTM A194.
(12) Forging quality not permitted unless the producer last heating or working these parts tests them as required for other permitted
conditions in the same specification and certifies their final tensile, yield, and elongation properties to equal or exceed the require
ments for one of the other
permitted conditions.
(13) Maximum operating temperature is arbitrarily set at 500F (260C) unless material has been annealed, solution annealed, or hot
finished, because hard temper adversely affects design stress in the creep-rupture temperature range.

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Technical Data
Alloys For Any Application

TYPE

SPEC

Carbon

ASTM/ASME

WCA

SA216
WCB
WCC
Low Alloy

ASTM/ASME
SA217

WC1

GENERAL APPLICATION

SERVICE CONDITIONS

## Carbon steel castings suitable

For service up to 850F where corrosion and oxidation are not a factor.

## for fusion welding and high

temperature service.

For service up to 800F where corrosion and oxidation are not a factor.

Pressure-containing parts
suitable for high temperature
service.

WC6
WC9
C-5

## For service up to 1,050F flanged end and weld end valves.

For service up to 1,100F where good creep strength is required.
For service up to 1,200F where good corrosion and oxidation resistance plus high creep
strength are required.
For service up to 1,200F. Best corrosion and oxidation resistance other than stainless
For service up to 1,200F. Excellent high-temperature properties.

C-12
C12A
ASTM/ASME
SA352

Stainless
Steel

Nickel and
Nickel Alloy
Castings

ASTM/ASME
SA351

LCB
LCC

## Ferritic steel castings for

pressure-containing parts
suitable for low temperature
service.

For service down to minus 50F. This material must be quenched and tempered to obtain
tensile and impact properties needed at sub-zero temperatures.

LC1

For service down to minus 75F. A subsequent heat treat is given to obtain tensile and
impact properties at sub-zero temperatures.

LC2

For service down to minus 100F. A subsequent heat treat is given to obtain tensile and
impact properties at sub-zero temperatures.

LC3

For service down to minus 150F. A subsequent heat treat is given to obtain tensile and
impact properties at sub-zero temperatures.

CF3 (304-L)
CF8 (304)
CF3M (316-L)
CF8M (316)
CK20

## Austenitic steel castings for

high temperature service.

Good creep strength, corrosion and oxidation resistance when exposed to temperatures
above 800F.
Same as above except it is resistant to formulation of sigma phase.

CN7M (A20)

Good resistance to hot sulfuric acid. Used extensively in manufacturing synthetic rubber,
high octane gasoline, solvents, explosives, plastics, heavy and organic chemicals, and
food processing.

CF8C (347)

Resistant to intergranular corrosion above 800F. Excellent for weld end valves.

ASTM/ASME
A487

CA6NM (12Cr)

## Martensitic stainless steel

suitable for high pressure
service.

For service requiring good corrosion resistance and high tensile and impact properties as
well as good pitting resistance. Excellent weldability and castability. Good for sour gas
service.

ASTM A747

17-4 PH

Precipitation hardening
stainless steel.

Very high tensile material. Very good when differential hardness is required due to its
resistance to galling. Higher corrosion resistance than high straight chrome alloy steels.

ASTM A564

Gr 630

ASTM A494

M35-1 (Monel)

## For corrosion resistant

service.

Weldable grade. Good resistance to corrosion by all common organic acids and salt
water. Also highly resistant to most alkaline solutions.

N-12M (Hast-B)

Is well suited for handling hydrochloric acid at all concentrations and temperatures. Good
resistance to sulfuric and phosphoric acids.

CW-12M (Hast-C)

## Good resistance to strong oxidation conditions. Good properties at high temperatures,

high resistance to formic, phosphoric, sulfurous and sulfuric acids.

CY-40 (Inconel)

Very good for high temperature service. Good resistance to strongly corrosive media and
atmosphere.

CZ-100 (Nickel)

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Technical Data
Valve Testing & Bolting Limits

All Pacific valves are subjected to an extensive quality assurance and testing program
prior to shipment. Below is a brief description
of standard testing performed on all valves
as well as optional tests and other special
requirements which may be performed at the
customers request.

Optional Testing

Special Requirements

## API TestingWhen specified, valves can

be tested in accordance with AP1-598.

Standard Testing

## Kerosene TestingWhen specified for

special service valves, Pacific Valves can
perform hydrostatic shell and seat closure
testing using kerosene in lieu of water.

## Non-Destructive TestingPacific Valves

or liquid dye penetrant examination of valve
components when specified.

## Shell TestAll valves are hydrostatically

shell tested at a minimum of 1.5 times the
100F rated pressure for the pressure class
in accordance with ANSI B16.34 and MSS
SP-61.

## High Pressure Nitrogen Testing

When specified for special service, valves
can be tested to the full working pressure
with nitrogen.

## Material CertificationWhen specified,

complete chemical and physical properties
of major valve components can be supplied.

## Seat Closure TestAll pressure seal valve

seats are hydrostatically tested at a minimum
of 1.1 times the 100F rated pressure for the
pressure class in accordance with ANSI
B16.34 and MSS-SP-61. All bolted bonnet
valve seats are tested with air at a minimum of
80 psig in accordance with API-598.

## Demineralized WaterWhen specified for

special valves, demineralized water may be
used for cleaning and hydrostatic shell and
closure testing.

Referenced Standards
ANSI B16.34; Steel Valves API 598; Valve
Inspection and Test AP1-6D; API Specification for Pipeline Valves MSS SP-55; Quality
Standard for Steel CastingsVisual Method;
MSS-SP-61 Pressure Testing of Steel Valves.

Bolt Material

Nut Material

Temperature Range
-20F (-30C) to + 1000F (+538C)

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

ASTM A320

ASTM A194

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

ASTM A193

ASTM A194

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Technical Data
Wedgeplug General Information

Testing

## Body Bonnet Bolting Wedgeplug valves are furnished with alloy

steel bolting material. For WCB, chromium-molybdenum alloy studs
and bolts conforming to ASTM A-193, Grade B7, are used.

## All Pacific Wedgeplug valves are subjected to an extensive quality

assurance and testing program prior to shipment. Below is a brief
description of standard testing performed on all valves as well as
optional tests and other special requirements which may be performed at the customers request.

## Valves in chrome alloys such as ASTM A-217 Grades WC6, WC9,

C5, C12 are furnished with ASTM A-193, Grade B16 bolting.
Other bolting materials may be furnished when specified to meet
unusual temperatures or corrosive conditions.

Standard Testing

## Shell Test All valves are hydrostatically shell tested at a minimum

of 1.5 times the 100F rated pressure for the pressure class in
accordance with ANSI B16.34 and MSS SP-61.

## Gaskets regularly furnished in Class 150 and 300 Wedgeplug valves

are corrugated soft iron of excellent strength and ductability. Classes
600 - 1500 are ring-joint type.

Seat Closure Test All valve seats are tested with air at a minimum
of 80 psig in accordance with API-598.

A variety of gasket materials may be furnished for unusual temperatures, pressures, and corrosive conditions. For specific recommendations, consult us.

## Wedgeplug Valve Packing Materials

Packing materials for Wedgeplug valves are covered in Materials of
Construction.

Optional Testing
API Testing When specified, valves can be tested in accordance
with AP1-598.

## Other Special Testing

Testing Can be provided. Please consult factory.

Installation

Special Requirements

## Handling - Valves should always be installed in clean lines. Use

lifting lugs where provided. If lugs are not provided, slings should be
used. VALVES MUST NEVER BE LIFTED BY HANDWHEELS OR
STEMS.

## Visual Testing All castings meet the requirements of MSS-SP-55.

Valves should be installed in the (stem) vertical position with the pipe
flow horizontal only. For installations other than this, please consult
factory when ordering.

## Lubrication - Where lube fittings are provided, valves should be

lubricated periodically.

## Wedge torque operators should be lubed periodically. As a minimum,

the operators should be lubricated annually.

## Material Certification When specified, complete chemical and

physical properties of major valve components can be supplied.

Referenced Standards
ANSI B16.34; Steel Valves API 598; Valve Inspection and Test; API
599 Metal Plug Valves, API 600 Steel Gate valves as applicable;
MSS SP-55 Quality Standard for Steel Castings, Visual Method;
MSS-SP-61 Pressure Testing of Steel Valves.

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## Non-Destructive Testing Pacific Wedgeplug valves can perform

radiographic, magnetic positive material identification, particle or
liquid dye penetrant examination of valve components when specified.

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Technical Data
Wedgeplug Ordering Information

FinishAll Wedgeplug valves are furnished with distinctive high-gloss orange position indicators, handwheels, and wrenches. Steel
valves are painted with heat-resistant aluminum paint.
ProtectionFor protection during shipment, flanged wend valves have flange protectors securely attached, which cover the surface of the
flanged face. A rust inhibitor is used to coat machined seating surfaces. At installation time, this coating should be removed with a petroleum
distillate solvent.
Weights and DimensionsComplete information on weights and dimensions is incorporated on the same page with the valve listings.
Dimensions and weights are for estimating purposes only and are subject to change without notice except for basic dimensions established
by accepted standards.

O R

GGear

AStandard Design

0100%

6600

ORO-Seal

RFRaised Face

Type of
Operator

Plug/Stem
Arrangement

Port
Opening

Pressure
Class

Optional
Features

End
Connection

W
H
G
M

A Standard Design
B Balanced Stem
T Trunnion Mounted

4
7
9
0

OR
EB
HD
S

RF
RJ
FF
SF

Wrench
Handwheel
Gear
Motor
(Elec. or Air)
C Cylinder
(Air or
Hydraulic)

40%
70%
90%
100%

1
3
6
9
15
25

150
300
600
900
1500
2500

Z
Product Range: 1/2" through 36" sizes, ANSI Classes 150
through 2500, larger sizes and other pressure ratings may be
quoted on application.
Grayloc is a registered trademark of Gray Tool Company
Grafoil is a registered trademark of Union Carbide Corp.

T3
T6
T7
XX

O-Seal
Ext. Bonnet
Heat Diss. Fins
Std. Steam
Jacket
Steam Jacket
W/oversized
Flgs. & Long
Face/Face
Flangeless
Design
No Optional
Features
Pipeline Std. Trim
Pipeline NACE Std.
Pipe Line NACE
(Highly Corrosive)
Other Pipeline Trims
Upon Application

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BW
SE
SW
GH

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Ring Joint
Flat Face
Special Serr.
Finish
Butt Weld
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ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
ENGLISH UNITS
The following pressure-temperature charts are derived from ANSI B16.34 - 1996 Version. It will cover the most commonly-used body and bonnet materials in the Industry.
All Pacific Valves are designed to operate through pressure and temperature range shown in these P-T Charts for a particular ANSI Class Rating and ASTM Material.

## ASTM A216 GR. WCB

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800

150
450
325
285
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80

300
1125
825
740
675
655
635
600
550
535
535
505
410

600
2225
1650
1480
1350
1315
1270
1200
1095
1075
1065
1010
825

900
3350
2450
2220
2025
1970
1900
1795
1640
1610
1600
1510
1235

1500
5575
4100
3705
3375
3280
3170
2995
2735
2685
2665
2520
2060

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

2500
9275
6800
6170
5625
5470
5280
4990
4560
4475
4440
4200
3430

150
450
325
290
290
290
290
290
275
270
265
240
200

300
1125
825
750
750
750
750
750
715
700
695
630
515

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1425
1400
1390
1260
1030

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2140
2100
2080
1890
1545

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3565
3495
3470
3150
2570

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
5940
5825
5780
5250
4285

NOTE: Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 800 F, the carbide phase of carbon steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged usage above 800 F.

F
-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000

150
290
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

300
750
750
730
705
665
605
590
570
505
410
270
170
105
50

400
1000
1000
970
940
885
805
785
755
670
550
355
230
140
70

600
1500
1500
1455
1410
1330
1210
1175
1135
1010
825
535
345
205
105

900
2250
2250
2185
2115
1995
1815
1765
1705
1510
1235
805
515
310
155

1500
3750
3750
3640
3530
3325
3025
2940
2840
2520
2060
1340
860
515
260

2500
6250
6250
6070
5880
5540
5040
4905
4730
4200
3430
2230
1430
860
430

4500
11250
11250
10925
10585
9965
9070
8825
8515
7560
6170
4010
2750
1545
770

150
290
290
290
290
290
290
290
275
240
195
130
80
50
25

300
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
710
630
515
335
215
130
65

400
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
950
840
685
445
285
170
85

600
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1425
1260
1030
670
430
260
130

900
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2135
1890
1545
1005
645
385
195

1500
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3560
3150
2570
1670
1070
645
320

2500
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
5930
5250
4285
2785
1785
1070
535

4500
11250
11250
11250
11250
11250
11250
11250
10670
9450
7715
5015
3215
1930
965

Note: Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 800 F, the carbide phase of carbon steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged usage above 800 F.

## ASTM A352 GR. LCB

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650

150
400
300
265
250
230
200
170
140
125

300
1050
775
695
655
640
620
585
535
525

600
2100
1550
1390
1315
1275
1235
1165
1065
1045

900
3150
2300
2085
1970
1915
1850
1745
1600
1570

1500
5225
3825
3470
3280
3190
3085
2910
2665
2615

2500
8700
6375
5785
5470
5315
5145
4850
4440
4355

150
400
300
265
265
265
265
265
265
260

300
1050
775
695
695
695
695
695
695
680

600
2100
1550
1390
1390
1390
1390
1390
1390
1360

900
3150
2100
2085
2085
2085
2085
2085
2085
2040

1500
5225
3825
3470
3470
3470
3470
3470
3470
3400

2500
8700
6375
5785
5785
5785
5785
5785
5780
5670

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ENGLISH UNITS

## ASTM A217 GR. WC6

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100

150
450
325
290
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20(1)
20(1)

300
1125
825
750
750
720
695
665
605
590
570
530
510
485
450
320
215
145
95

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1445
1385
1330
1210
1175
1135
1065
1015
975
900
640
430
290
190

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2165
2080
1995
1815
1765
1705
1595
1525
1460
1350
955
650
430
290

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3610
3465
3325
3025
2940
2840
2660
2540
2435
2245
1595
1080
720
480

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6015
5775
5540
5040
4905
4730
4430
4230
4060
3745
2655
1800
1200
800

150
450
325
290
290
290
290
290
290
290
280
280
275
260
225
155
105
70
45

300
1125
825
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
735
730
720
680
585
400
270
180
120

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1465
1460
1440
1355
1175
795
540
360
240

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2200
2185
2160
2030
1760
1195
810
540
360

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3665
3645
3600
3385
2935
1995
1350
900
600

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6110
6070
6000
5645
4895
3320
2250
1500
1000

Note: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F. Must not be used over 1100 F.

## ASTM A217 GR. WC9

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100

150
450
325
290
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20(1)
20(1)

300
1125
825
750
750
730
705
665
605
590
570
530
510
485
450
375
260
175
110

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1455
1410
1330
1210
1175
1135
1065
1015
975
900
755
520
350
220

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2185
2115
1995
1815
1765
1705
1595
1525
1460
1350
1130
780
525
330

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3640
3530
3325
3025
2940
2840
2660
2540
2435
2245
1885
1305
875
550

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6070
5880
5540
5040
4905
4730
4430
4230
4060
3745
3145
2170
1455
915

150
450
325
290
290
285
280
275
275
275
275
265
260
245
230
180
125
85
55

300
1125
825
750
750
740
725
720
720
715
710
690
675
645
600
470
325
220
135

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1485
1450
1440
1440
1430
1425
1380
1345
1285
1200
945
650
435
275

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2225
2175
2160
2160
2145
2135
2070
2020
1930
1800
1415
975
655
410

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3705
3620
3600
3600
3580
3555
3450
3365
3215
3000
2355
1630
1095
685

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6180
6035
6000
6000
5965
5930
5750
5605
5355
5000
3930
2715
1820
1145

Note: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F. Must not be used over 1100 F.

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ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
ENGLISH UNITS
ASTM A217 GR. C5

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200

150
450
325
290
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
15(1)

300
1125
825
750
745
715
705
665
605
590
570
530
510
485
370
275
200
145
100
60
35

600
2250
1650
1500
1490
1430
1410
1330
1210
1175
1135
1055
1015
965
740
550
400
290
200
125
70

900
3375
2475
2250
2235
2150
2115
1995
1815
1765
1705
1585
1525
1450
1110
825
595
430
300
185
105

1500
5625
4125
3750
3725
3580
3530
3325
3025
2940
2840
2640
2540
2415
1850
1370
995
720
495
310
170

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

2500
9375
6875
6250
6205
5965
5880
5540
5040
4905
4730
4400
4230
4030
3085
2285
1655
1200
830
515
285

150
450
325
290
290
280
275
275
270
270
265
255
245
230
175
130
95
70
50
30
15

300
1125
825
750
750
730
720
720
705
700
685
660
640
605
465
345
250
180
125
75
45

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1455
1440
1440
1415
1395
1370
1320
1275
1210
925
685
495
360
250
155
85

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2185
2160
2160
2120
2095
2055
1980
1915
1815
1390
1030
745
540
375
230
130

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3645
3600
3600
3535
3495
3430
3300
3195
3020
2315
1715
1245
900
620
385
215

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6070
6000
6000
5895
5820
5715
5500
5320
5035
3855
2855
2070
1500
1035
645
355

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F.

## ASTM A217 GR. C12

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200

150
450
325
290
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)

300
1125
825
750
750
730
705
665
605
590
570
530
510
485
450
375
255
170
115
75
50

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1455
1410
1330
1210
1175
1135
1065
1015
975
900
755
505
345
225
150
105

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2185
2115
1995
1815
1765
1705
1595
1525
1460
1350
1130
760
515
340
225
155

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3640
3530
3325
3025
2940
2840
2660
2540
2435
2245
1885
1270
855
565
375
255

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6070
5880
5540
5040
4905
4730
4430
4230
4060
3745
3145
2115
1430
945
630
430

150
450
325
290
290
290
290
290
290
290
280
280
275
260
230
180
120
80
55
35
25

300
1125
825
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
735
730
720
680
600
470
315
215
140
95
65

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1465
1460
1440
1355
1200
945
635
430
285
190
130

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2200
2185
2160
2030
1800
1415
950
645
425
285
195

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3655
3645
3600
3385
3000
2355
1585
1070
710
470
320

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6110
6070
6000
5645
5000
3930
2645
1785
1180
785
535

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F.

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ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
ENGLISH UNITS
ASTM A351 GR. CF8M

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450
1500

150
425
325
275
215
195
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)

300
1100
800
720
620
560
515
480
450
445
430
425
420
420
415
385
350
345
305
235
185
145
115
95
75
60
40

600
2175
1600
1440
1240
1120
1025
955
900
890
870
855
845
835
830
775
700
685
610
475
370
295
235
190
150
115
85

900
3250
2400
2160
1860
1680
1540
1435
1355
1330
1305
1280
1265
1255
1245
1160
1050
1030
915
710
555
440
350
290
225
175
125

1500
5400
3975
3600
3095
2795
2570
2390
2255
2220
2170
2135
2110
2090
2075
1930
1750
1720
1525
1185
925
735
585
480
380
290
205

2500
9000
6600
6000
5160
4660
4280
3980
3760
3700
3620
3560
3520
3480
3460
3220
2915
2865
2545
1970
1545
1230
970
800
630
485
345

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

150
450
325
290
265
240
220
205
195
190
185
180
180
180
175
175
160
160
145
115
90
70
55
45
35
30
20

300
1125
825
750
690
625
570
530
505
495
485
475
470
465
465
460
420
420
380
295
230
185
145
120
95
75
50

600
2250
1650
1500
1380
1250
1140
1065
1005
985
970
950
945
930
925
915
840
840
765
590
465
370
290
240
190
145
105

900
3375
2475
2250
2070
1870
1710
1595
1510
1480
1455
1425
1415
1400
1390
1375
1260
1260
1145
885
695
555
435
360
285
200
155

1500
5625
4125
3750
3450
3120
2850
2655
2520
2465
2420
2380
2355
2330
2315
2290
2105
2105
1905
1480
1155
920
730
600
470
365
260

2500
9375
6875
6250
5750
5200
4750
4430
4195
4105
4035
3965
3930
3885
3855
3815
3505
3505
3180
2465
1930
1535
1215
1000
785
610
430

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F. At temperatures over 1000 F, use only when the carbon content is 0.04% or higher.

## ASTM A351 GR. CF8C

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200
1250
1300
1350
1400
1450
1500

150
425
325
275
255
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)
20(1)

300
1080
800
720
660
615
575
540
515
505
495
490
485
485
450
385
365
360
325
275
170
125
95
70
55
40
35

600
2175
1600
1440
1320
1230
1145
1080
1025
1010
990
985
975
970
900
775
725
720
645
550
345
245
185
135
110
80
70

900
3250
2400
2160
1980
1845
1720
1620
1540
1510
1485
1475
1460
1455
1350
1160
1090
1080
965
825
515
370
280
205
165
125
105

1500
5400
3975
3600
3300
3070
2870
2700
2570
2520
2470
2460
2435
2425
2245
1930
1820
1800
1316
1370
855
615
465
345
275
205
170

2500
9000
6600
6000
5500
5120
4780
4500
4280
4200
4120
4100
4060
4040
3745
3220
3030
3000
2685
2285
1430
1030
770
570
455
345
285

150
450
325
290
275
250
235
230
220
215
210
210
210
205
205
180
160
160
155
130
80
60
45
35
25
20
15

300
1125
825
750
715
655
615
595
575
565
550
550
545
540
540
470
420
420
405
345
215
155
115
85
70
50
45

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600
2250
1650
1500
1430
1310
125
1190
1145
1125
1105
1095
1090
1080
1075
945
840
840
805
685
430
310
230
170
135
105
85

900
3375
2475
2250
2145
1965
1850
1785
1720
1690
1655
1645
1630
1625
1615
1415
1260
1260
1210
1030
645
465
345
255
205
155
130

1500
5625
4125
3750
3580
3280
3085
2980
2865
2815
2760
2745
2720
2705
2690
2360
2105
2105
2015
1715
1070
770
580
430
345
255
215

2500
9375
6875
6250
5965
5465
5145
4965
4775
4690
4600
4570
4530
4510
4485
3930
3505
3505
3360
2855
1785
1285
965
715
570
430
355

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Technical Data
ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
ENGLISH UNITS
Pressure Temperature Ratings for modified 9Cr-Mo-V Cast Material equivalent to ASTM A182, GR. F91 are not currently listed in ANSI B-16.34 - 1996 version. Allowable stress values for this material at elevated
temperatures were published in ASME Code Case 2192, March 1995. Using the allowable stress valves in Code Case 2192, and the methods outlined in ANSI B16.34, Annex F, the calculated values for PressureTemperature Ratings ASTM A217, GR. C12A are tabulated below.

## ASTM A217 GR. C12A

F
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-20 TO 100
200
300
400
500
600
650
700
750
800
850
900
950
1000
1050
1100
1150
1200

150
450
325
290
260
230
200
170
140
125
110
95
80
65
50
35
20
20
20
20
20

STANDARD CLASS

SPECIAL CLASS

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, PSIG

300
1125
825
750
750
730
705
665
605
590
570
530
510
485
450
385
365
360
300
225
145

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1455
1410
1330
1210
1175
1135
1065
1015
975
900
775
725
720
605
445
290

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2185
2115
1995
1815
1765
1705
1595
1525
1460
1350
1160
1090
1080
905
670
430

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3640
3530
3325
3025
2940
2840
2660
2540
2435
2245
1930
1820
1800
1510
1115
720

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6070
5880
5540
5040
4905
4730
4430
4230
4060
3745
3220
3030
3000
2515
1855
1200

150
450
325
290
290
290
290
290
290
290
280
280
275
260
230
180
160
160
145
105
70

300
1125
825
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
735
730
720
680
600
470
420
420
375
280
180

600
2250
1650
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1465
1460
1440
1355
1200
945
840
840
755
555
360

900
3375
2475
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2200
2185
2160
2030
1800
1415
1260
1260
1130
835
540

1500
5625
4125
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3750
3665
3645
3600
3385
3000
2360
2105
2105
1885
1395
900

2500
9375
6875
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6250
6110
6070
6000
5645
5000
3930
3505
3505
3145
2320
1500

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 1000 F.

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ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
METRIC UNITS
The following pressure-temperature charts are derived from ANSI B16.34 - 1996 version. It will cover the most commonly used body and bonnet materials in the industry. All Pacific valves are designed to operate
through pressure and temperature range shown in these P-T charts for a particular ANSI Class Rating and ASTM Material. As a standard, Pacific Valves performs Hydrostatic Shell Testing at a minimum 1.5
times and Hydrostatic Seat Testing at a minimum of 1.1 times the Maximum Cold Working Pressure of an ANSI Class Rating.

## ASTM A216 GR. WCB

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427

150
3103
2241
1965
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

300
7756
5688
5102
4654
4516
4378
4137
3792
3689
3689
3482
2827

600
15341
11376
10204
9308
9066
8756
8274
7550
7412
7343
6964
5688

900
23097
16892
15306
13962
13582
13100
12376
11307
11100
11031
10411
8515

1500
38438
28268
25545
23269
22614
21856
20649
18857
18512
18374
17375
14203

2500
63948
46884
42540
38782
37714
36404
34404
31440
30854
30612
28958
23649

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1896
1862
1827
1655
1379

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
4930
4826
4792
4344
3551

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
9825
9653
9584
8687
7101

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
14755
14479
14341
13031
10652

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
24579
24097
23924
21718
17719

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
40954
40161
39851
36197
29544

Note: Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 427 C, the carbide phase of carbon steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged usage above 427 C.

## ASTM A216 GR. WCC

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427

150
3103
2241
1999
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5033
4861
4585
4171
4068
3930
3482
2827

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10032
9721
9170
8343
8101
7825
6964
5688

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15065
14582
13755
12514
12169
11755
10411
8515

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25097
24338
22925
20856
20270
19581
17375
14203

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
41851
40541
38196
34749
33818
32612
28958
23649

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1896
1655
1344

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
4895
4344
3551

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
9825
8687
7101

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
14720
13031
10652

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
24545
21718
17719

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
40885
36197
29544

Note: Upon prolonged exposure to temperatures above 427 C, the carbide phase of carbon steel may be converted to graphite. Permissible, but not recommended for prolonged usage above 427 C.

## ASTM A352, GR. LCB

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343

150
2758
2068
1827
1724
1586
1379
1172
965
862

300
7239
5343
4792
4516
4413
4275
4033
3689
3620

600
14479
10687
9584
9066
8791
8515
8032
7343
7205

900
21718
15858
14375
13582
13203
12755
12031
11031
10825

1500
36025
26372
23924
22614
21994
21270
20063
18374
18030

2500
59983
43953
39886
37714
36645
35473
33439
30612
30026

150
2758
2068
1827
1827
1827
1827
1827
1827
1793

300
7239
5343
4792
4792
4792
4792
4792
4792
4688

600
14479
10687
9584
9584
9584
9584
9584
9584
9377

900
21718
14479
14375
14375
14375
14375
14375
14375
14065

1500
36025
26372
23924
23924
23924
23924
23924
23924
23442

2500
59983
43953
39886
39886
39886
39886
39886
39851
39093

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ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
METRIC UNITS
ASTM A217 GR. WC6

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593

150
3103
2241
1999
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138(1)
138(1)

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
4964
4792
4585
4171
4068
3930
3654
3516
3344
3103
2206
1482
1000
655

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
9963
9549
9170
8343
8101
7825
7343
6998
6722
6205
4413
2965
1999
1310

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
14927
14341
13755
12514
12169
11755
10997
10514
10066
9308
6584
4482
2965
1999

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
24890
23890
22925
20856
20270
19581
18340
17512
16788
15478
10997
7446
4964
3309

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
41471
39817
38196
34749
33818
32612
30543
29164
27992
25820
18305
12410
8274
5516

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1931
1931
1896
1793
1551
1069
724
483
310

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5068
5033
4964
4688
4033
2758
1862
1241
827

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10101
10066
9928
9342
8101
5481
3723
2482
1655

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15168
15065
14892
13996
12135
8239
5585
3723
2482

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25269
25131
24821
23338
20236
13755
9308
6205
4137

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
42126
41851
41368
38920
33749
22890
15513
10342
6895

Note: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C. Must not be used over 593 C.

## ASTM A217 GR. WC9

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593

150
3103
2241
1999
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138(1)
138(1)

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5033
4861
4585
4171
4068
3930
3654
3516
3344
3103
2585
1793
1207
758

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10032
9721
9170
8343
8101
7825
7343
6998
6722
6205
5205
3585
2413
1517

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15065
14582
13755
12514
12169
11755
10997
10514
10066
9308
7791
5378
3620
2275

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25097
24338
22925
20856
20270
19581
18340
17512
16788
15478
12996
8998
6033
3792

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
41851
40541
38196
34749
33818
32612
30543
29164
27992
25820
21684
14961
10032
6309

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1965
1931
1896
1896
1896
1896
1827
1793
1689
1586
1241
862
586
379

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5102
4999
4964
4964
4930
4895
4757
4654
4447
4137
3240
2241
1517
931

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10239
9997
9928
9928
9859
9825
9515
9273
8860
8274
6515
4482
2999
1896

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15341
14996
14892
14892
14789
14720
14272
13927
13307
12410
9756
6722
4516
2827

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25545
24959
24821
24821
24683
24510
23787
23200
22166
20684
16237
11238
7550
4723

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
42609
41609
41368
41368
41127
40885
39644
38645
36921
34473
27096
18719
12548
7894

Note: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C. Must not be used over 593 C.

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Technical Data
ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
METRIC UNITS
ASTM A217 GR. C5

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593
621
649

150
3103
2241
1999
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)

300
7756
5688
5171
5137
4930
4861
4585
4171
4068
3930
3654
3516
3344
2551
1896
1379
1000
689
414
241

600
15513
11376
10342
10273
9859
9721
9170
8343
8101
7825
7274
6998
6653
5102
3792
2758
1999
1379
862
483

900
23269
17064
15513
15410
14823
14582
13755
12514
12169
11755
10928
10514
9997
7653
5688
4102
2965
2068
1276
724

1500
38782
28440
25855
25683
24683
24338
22925
20856
20270
19581
18202
17512
16651
12755
9446
6860
4964
3413
2137
1172

2500
64637
47401
43092
42781
41127
40541
38196
34749
33818
32612
30336
29164
27785
21270
15754
11411
8274
5723
3551
1965

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1931
1896
1896
1862
1862
1827
1758
1689
1586
1207
896
655
483
345
207
103

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5033
4964
4964
4861
4826
4723
4550
4413
4171
3206
2379
1724
1241
862
517
310

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10032
9928
9928
9756
9618
9446
9101
8791
8343
6378
4723
3413
2482
1724
1069
586

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15065
14892
14892
14617
14444
14169
13651
13203
12514
9584
7101
5137
3723
2585
1586
896

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25131
24821
24821
24373
24097
23649
22752
22028
20822
15961
11824
8584
6205
4275
2654
1482

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
41851
41368
41368
40644
40127
39403
37921
36680
34715
26579
19684
14272
10342
7136
4447
2448

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C.

## ASTM A217 GR. C12

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593
621
649

150
3103
2241
1999
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5033
4861
4585
4171
4068
3930
3654
3516
3344
3103
2585
1758
1172
793
517
345

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10032
9721
9170
8343
8101
7825
7343
6998
6722
6205
5205
3482
2379
1551
1034
724

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15065
14582
13755
12514
12169
11755
10997
10514
10066
9308
7791
5240
3551
2344
1551
1069

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25097
24338
22925
20856
20270
19581
18340
17512
16788
15478
12996
8756
5895
3895
2585
1758

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
41851
40541
38196
34749
33818
32612
30543
29164
27992
25820
21684
14582
9859
6515
4344
2965

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1931
1931
1896
1793
1586
1241
827
552
379
241
172

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5068
5033
4964
4688
4137
3240
2172
1482
965
655
448

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10101
10066
9928
9342
8274
6515
4378
2965
1965
1310
896

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15168
15065
14892
13996
12410
9756
6550
4447
2930
1965
1344

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25200
25131
24821
23338
20684
16237
10928
7377
4895
3240
2206

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
42126
41851
41368
38920
34473
27096
18236
12307
8136
5412
3689

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C.

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Technical Data
ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
METRIC UNITS
ASTM A351 GR. CF8M

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593
621
649
677
704
732
760
788
816

150
2930
2241
1896
1482
1344
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

300
7584
5516
4964
4275
3861
3551
3309
3103
3068
2965
2930
2896
2896
2861
2654
2413
2379
2103
1620
1276
1000
793
655
517
414
276

600
14996
11031
9928
8549
7722
7067
6584
6205
6136
5998
5895
5826
5757
5723
5343
4826
4723
4206
3275
2551
2034
1620
1310
1034
793
586

900
22408
16547
14892
12824
11583
10618
9894
9342
9170
8998
8825
8722
8653
8584
7998
7239
7101
6309
4895
3827
3034
2413
1999
1551
1207
862

1500
37231
27406
24821
21339
19271
17719
16478
15547
15306
14961
14720
14548
14410
14306
13307
12066
11859
10514
8170
6378
5068
4033
3309
2620
1999
1413

2500
62052
45505
41368
35576
32129
29509
27441
25924
25510
24959
24545
24269
23993
23855
22201
20098
19753
17547
13582
10652
8480
6688
5516
4344
3344
2379

150
3103
2241
1999
1827
1655
1517
1413
1344
1310
1276
1241
1241
1241
1207
1207
1103
1103
1000
793
621
483
379
310
241
207
138

300
7756
5688
5171
4757
4309
3930
3654
3482
3413
3344
3275
3240
3206
3206
3172
2896
2896
2620
2034
1586
1276
1000
827
655
517
345

600
15513
11376
10342
9515
8618
7860
7343
6929
6791
6688
6550
6515
6412
6378
6309
5792
5792
5274
4068
3206
2551
1999
1655
1310
1000
724

900
23269
17064
15513
14272
12893
11790
10997
10411
10204
10032
9825
9756
9653
9584
9480
8687
8687
7894
6102
4792
3827
2999
2482
1965
1379
1069

1500
38782
28440
25855
23787
21511
19650
18305
17375
16995
16685
16409
16237
16065
15961
15789
14513
14513
13134
10204
7963
6343
5033
4137
3240
2517
1793

2500
64637
47401
43092
39644
35852
32750
30543
28923
28303
27820
27337
27096
26786
26579
26303
24166
24166
21925
16995
13307
10583
8377
6895
5412
4206
2965

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C. At temperatures over 538 C, use only when the carbon content is 0.04% or higher.

## ASTM A351 GR. CF8C

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593
621
649
677
704
732
760
788
816

150
2930
2241
1896
1758
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)
138(1)

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

300
7446
5516
4964
4550
4240
3964
3723
3551
3482
3413
3378
3344
3344
3103
2654
2517
2482
2241
1896
1172
862
655
483
379
276
241

600
14996
11031
9928
9101
8480
7894
7446
7067
6964
6826
6791
6722
6688
6205
5343
4999
4964
4447
3792
2379
1689
1276
931
758
552
483

900
22408
16547
14892
13651
12721
11859
11169
10618
10411
10239
10170
10066
10032
9308
7998
7515
7446
6653
5688
3551
2551
1931
1413
1138
862
724

1500
37231
27406
24821
22752
21167
19788
18616
17719
17375
17030
16961
16788
16720
15478
13307
12548
12410
9073
9446
5895
4240
3206
2379
1896
1413
1172

2500
62052
45505
41368
37921
35301
32956
31026
29509
28958
28406
28268
27992
27854
25820
22201
20891
20684
18512
15754
9859
7101
5309
3930
3137
2379
1965

150
3103
2241
1999
1896
1724
1620
1586
1517
1482
1448
1448
1448
1413
1413
1241
1103
1103
1069
896
552
414
310
241
172
138
103

300
7756
5688
5171
4930
4516
4240
4102
3964
3895
3792
3792
3758
3723
3723
3240
2896
2896
2792
2379
1482
1069
793
586
483
345
310

600
15513
11376
10342
9859
9032
862
8205
7894
7756
7619
7550
7515
7446
7412
6515
5792
5792
5550
4723
2965
2137
1586
1172
931
724
586

900
23269
17064
15513
14789
13548
12755
12307
11859
11652
11411
11342
11238
11204
11135
9756
8687
8687
8343
7101
4447
3206
2379
1758
1413
1069
896

1500
38782
28440
25855
24683
22614
21270
20546
19753
19408
19029
18926
18753
18650
18547
16271
14513
14513
13893
11824
7377
5309
3999
2965
2379
1758
1482

2500
64637
47401
43092
41127
37679
35473
34232
32922
32336
31715
31509
31233
31095
30923
27096
24166
24166
23166
19684
12307
8860
6653
4930
3930
2965
2448

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C. At temperatures over 538 C, use only when the carbon content is 0.04% or higher.

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Technical Data
ANSI Pressure Temperature Ratings
METRIC UNITS
Pressure Temperature Ratings for modified 9Cr-1Mo-V Cast Material equivalent to ASTM A182, GR. F91 are not currently listed in ANSI B-16.34 - 1996 version. Allowable stress values for this material at
elevated temperatures were published in ASME Code Case 2192, March 1995. Using the allowable stress valves in Code Case 2192, and the methods outlined in ANSI B16.34, Annex F, the calculated values
for Pressure-Temperature Ratings ASTM A217, GR. C12A are tabulated below.

## ASTM A217 GR. C12A

C
HYDROSTATIC SHELL TEST
HYDROSTATIC SEAT TEST

-29 to 38
93
149
204
260
316
343
371
399
427
454
482
510
538
566
593
621
649

STANDARD CLASS

SPECIAL CLASS

150
3103
2241
1999
1793
1586
1379
1172
965
862
758
655
552
448
345
241
138
138
138
138
138

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5033
4861
4585
4171
4068
3930
3654
3516
3344
3103
2654
2517
2482
2068
1551
1000

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10032
9721
9170
8343
8101
7825
7343
6998
6722
6205
5343
4999
4964
4171
3068
1999

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15065
14582
13755
12514
12169
11755
10997
10514
10066
9308
7998
7515
7446
6240
4619
2965

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25097
24338
22925
20856
20270
19581
18340
17512
16788
15478
13307
12548
12410
10411
7688
4964

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
41851
40541
38196
34749
33818
32612
30543
29164
27992
25820
22201
20891
20684
17340
12790
8274

## MAXIMUM NON-SHOCK WORKING PRESSURE, kPa

150
3103
2241
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1999
1931
1931
1896
1793
1586
1241
1103
1103
1000
724
483

300
7756
5688
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5171
5068
5033
4964
4688
4137
3240
2896
2896
2585
1931
1241

600
15513
11376
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10342
10101
10066
9928
9342
8274
6515
5792
5792
5205
3827
2482

900
23269
17064
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15513
15168
15065
14892
13996
12410
9756
8687
8687
7791
5757
3723

1500
38782
28440
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25855
25269
25131
24821
23338
20684
16271
14513
14513
12996
9618
6205

2500
64637
47401
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
43092
42126
41851
41368
38920
34473
27096
24166
24166
21684
15996
10342

Notes: (1) For weld end valves only. Flanged end ratings terminate at 538 C.

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Technical Data
Raised Face Flange Dimensions
CLASS 150 RAISED FACE STEEL FLANGES

STANDARDS
Standards raised face flanges on 24"
and small Class 150, 300, 600 Pacific
valves conform to ANSI B16.5. Class
150, 300, 600 valves 30" and larger
conform to MSS-SP-44 Steel Pipeline Flanges. Consult factory for API605 Flanges.

## FACING AND FINISH

Class 600 flanged valves are regularly furnished with a 1/4" raised face
(1/4" is not included in the flange
thickness Q.) Standard finish on
the raised face is serrated, either
spiral or concentric, with 125-200
RA surface finish.

O
BC

Nominal
Pipe
Size

Outside
Diameter of
Flange O

Diameter
of Bolt
Circle BC

Diameter
of Raised
Face R

Valve
Port
P

1/2
3/4

2.38
2.75
3.12
3.50
3.88

1.38
1.69
2.00
2.50
2.88

0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50

0.44
0.50
0.56
0.62
0.69

0.62
0.62
0.62
0.62
0.62

4
4
4
4
4

1/2

1
1 1/4
1 1/2

3.50
3.88
4.25
4.62
5.00

2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
4

6.00
7.00
7.50
8.50
9.00

4.75
5.50
6.00
7.00
7.50

3.62
4.12
5.00
5.50
6.19

2.00
2.50
3.00
3.50
4.00

0.75
0.88
0.94
0.94
0.94

0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.75

4
4
4
8
8

5/8

5
6
8
10
12

10.00
11.00
13.50
16.00
19.00

8.50
9.50
11.75
14.25
17.00

7.31
8.50
10.62
12.75
15.00

5.00
6.00
8.00
10.00
12.00

0.94
1.00
1.12
1.19
1.25

0.88
0.88
0.88
1.00
1.00

8
8
8
12
12

3/4

14
16
18
20
24

21.00
23.50
25.00
27.50
32.00

18.75
21.25
22.75
25.00
29.50

16.25
18.50
21.00
23.00
27.25

13.25
15.25
17.25
19.25
23.25

1.38
1.44
1.56
1.69
1.88

1.12
1.12
1.25
1.25
1.38

12
16
16
20
20

1
1
1 1/8
1 1/8
1 1/4

30
36

38.75
46.00

36.00
42.75

33.75
40.25

29.25
35.00

2.94
3.56

1.38
1.62

28
32

1 1/4
1 1/2

Thick. of
Flange Q

Diameter
of Bolt
Holes

Number
of Bolts

Diameter
of Bolts

Thick. of
Flange Q

Diameter
of Bolt
Holes

Number
of Bolts

Diameter
of Bolts
1/2
1/2
1/2
1/2

5/8
5/8
5/8
5/8

3/4
3/4
7/8
7/8

R
P

.25 (1/4")

Class 600

## CLASS 300 RAISED FACE STEEL FLANGES

Nominal
Pipe
Size

FACE-TO-FACE
Face-to-Face dimensions of standard raised face flanged end valves
are shown on catalog pages covering dimensions for each valve.

Diameter
of Bolt
Circle BC

Diameter
of Raised
Face R

Valve
Port
P

2.62
6.25
3.50
3.88
4.50

1.38
1.69
2.00
2.50
2.88

0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50

0.56
0.62
0.69
0.75
0.81

0.62
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.88

4
4
4
4
4

1/2

1
1 1/4
1 1/2

3.75
4.62
4.88
5.25
6.12

2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
4

6.50
7.50
8.25
9.00
10.00

5.00
5.88
6.62
7.25
7.88

3.62
4.12
5.00
5.50
6.19

2.00
2.50
3.00
3.50
4.00

0.88
1.00
1.12
1.19
1.25

0.75
0.88
0.88
0.88
0.88

8
8
8
8
8

5/8

5
6
8
10
12

11.00
12.50
15.00
17.50
20.50

9.25
10.62
13.00
15.25
17.75

7.31
8.50
10.62
12.75
15.00

5.00
6.00
8.00
10.00
12.00

1.38
1.44
1.62
1.88
2.00

0.88
0.88
1.00
1.12
1.25

8
12
12
16
16

3/4

1
1 1/8

14
16
18
20
24

23.00
25.50
28.00
30.50
26.00

20.25
22.50
24.75
27.00
32.00

16.25
18.50
21.00
23.00
27.25

13.25
15.25
17.00
19.00
23.00

2.12
2.25
2.38
2.50
2.75

1.25
1.38
1.38
1.38
1.62

20
20
24
24
24

1 1/8
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/4
1 1/2

30
36

43.00
50.00

39.25
46.00

33.75
40.25

29.25
34.50

3.62
4.12

1.88
2.12

28
32

1 3/4
2

1/2
3/4

5/8
5/8
5/8
3/4

3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4

3/4
7/8

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Technical Data
Raised Face Flange Dimensions
CLASS 600 RAISED FACE STEEL FLANGES
Nominal
Pipe
Size

Outside
Diameter of
Flange O

Diameter
of Bolt
Circle BC

Diameter
of Raised
Face R

Valve
Port
P

1/2
3/4

2.62
3.25
3.50
3.88
4.50

1.38
1.69
2.00
2.50
2.88

0.50
0.75
1.00
1.25
1.50

0.56
0.62
0.69
0.81
0.88

0.62
0.75
0.75
0.75
0.88

4
4
4
4
4

1/2

1
1 1/4
1 1/2

3.75
4.62
4.88
5.25
6.12

2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2
4

6.50
7.50
8.25
9.00
10.75

5.00
5.88
6.62
7.25
8.50

3.62
4.12
5.00
5.50
6.19

2.00
2.50
3.00
3.50
4.00

1.00
1.12
1.25
1.38
1.50

0.75
0.88
0.88
1.00
1.00

8
8
8
8
8

5/8

5
6
8
10
12

13.00
14.00
16.50
20.00
22.00

10.50
11.50
13.75
17.00
19.25

7.31
8.50
10.62
12.75
15.00

5.00
6.00
7.88
9.75
11.75

1.75
1.88
2.19
2.50
2.62

1.12
1.12
1.25
1.38
1.38

8
12
12
20
20

1
1
1 1/8
1 1/4
1 1/4

14
16
18
20
24

23.75
27.00
29.25
32.00
37.00

20.75
23.75
25.75
28.50
33.00

16.25
18.50
21.00
23.00
27.25

12.88
14.75
16.50
18.25
22.00

2.75
3.00
3.25
3.50
4.00

1.50
1.62
1.75
1.75
2.00

20
20
20
24
24

1 3/8
1 1/2
1 5/8
1 5/8
1 5/8

30
36

44.50
51.75

40.25
47.00

33.75
40.25

27.37
32.87

4.50
4.88

2.12
2.62

28
28

2
2 1/2

Thick. of
Flange Q

Diameter
of Bolt
Holes

Nominal
Pipe
Size

Outside
Dia.
O

Dia. of
Bolt Circle
BC

Dia. of
Raised
Face R

Valve
Port
P

Thick. of
Flange Q

Number
of Bolts

5/8
5/8
5/8
3/4

3/4
3/4
7/8
7/8

## CLASS 1500 RAISED FACE STEEL FLANGES

Dia.
of Bolt Number
Dia.
Holes of Bolts of Bolts

1/2

Nominal
Pipe
Size
1/2

3/4

3/4

1
1 1/2

1
1 1/4
1 1/2

## USE CLASS 1500 VALVES

2
2 1/2
3
3 1/2

Diameter
of Bolts

3
4
5
6
8

9.5
11.50
13.75
15.00
18.50

7.5
9.25
11.00
12.50
15.50

5.00
6.19
7.31
8.50
10.62

2.88
3.88
4.75
5.75
7.50

1.50
1.75
2.00
2.19
2.50

1.00
1.25
1.38
1.25
1.50

8
8
8
12
12

7/8
1 1/8
1 1/4
1 1/8
1 3/8

10
12
14
16
18

21.50
24.00
25.25
27.75
31.00

18.50
21.00
22.00
24.25
27.00

12.75
15.00
16.25
18.50
21.00

9.38
11.12
12.25
14.00
15.75

2.75
3.12
3.38
3.50
4.00

1.50
1.50
1.62
1.75
2.00

16
20
20
20
20

1 3/8
1 3/8
1 1/2
1 5/8
1 7/8

20
24

33.75
41.00

29.50
35.50

23.00
27.25

17.50
21.00

4.25
5.50

2.12
2.62

20
20

2
2 1/2

Outside
Dia.
O

4.75
5.12
5.88
6.25
7.00

Dia. of
Bolt Circle
BC

3.25
3.50
4.00
4.38
4.88

21

1.38
1.69
2.00
2.50
2.88

Valve
Port
P

0.50
0.56
0.88
1.12
1.38

Thick. of
Flange Q

0.88
1.00
1.12
1.12
1.25

Dia.
of Bolt Number
Dia.
Holes of Bolts of Bolts

0.88
0.88
1.00
1.00
1.12

4
4
4
4
4

3/4
3/4
7/8
7/8

1
7/8

2
2 1/2
3
4
5

8.50
9.62
10.50
12.25
14.75

6.50
7.50
8.00
9.50
11.50

3.62
4.12
5.00
6.19
7.31

1.88
2.25
2.75
3.62
4.38

1.50
1.62
1.88
2.12
2.88

1.00
1.12
1.25
1.38
1.62

8
8
8
8
8

1
1 1/8
1 1/4
1 1/2

6
8
10
12
14

15.50
19.00
23.00
26.50
29.50

12.50
15.50
19.00
22.50
25.00

8.50
10.62
12.75
15.00
16.25

5.38
7.00
8.75
10.38
11.38

3.25
3.62
4.25
4.88
5.25

1.50
1.75
2.00
2.12
2.38

12
12
12
16
16

1 3/8
1 5/8
1 7/8
2
21/4

16
18
20
24

32.50
36.00
38.75
46.00

27.75
30.50
32.75
39.00

18.50
21.00
23.00
27.25

13.00
14.62
16.38
19.62

5.75
6.38
7.00
8.00

2.62
2.88
3.12
3.62

16
16
16
16

2 1/2
2 3/4
3
3 1/2

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Technical Data
Ring Joint Flange Dimensions
All valves included in this catalog are available with ring joint
end flanges. To specify Pacific
valves with ring joint end flanges,
include RJ in the valve figure
number.

VALVE CLASS
Size

300

600

1/2

150

3/4

Groove
Number
900

1500
x
x
x

STANDARDS

x
x

## Ring joint flanges supplied on

Pacific valves conform to ANSI
B16.5 and B16.20. Bolt templates and flange thickness "Q"
for ring joint end flanges are
identical to the corresponding
size and class raised face
flanges shown on preceding
page.

x
x

1-1/4

x
x

x
x

1-1/2

x
x

x
x

x
x

x
x

2-1/2

x
x

x
x

x
x

FINISH

x
x

## The side walls of the gasket

groove shall be 63 micro-inch
maximum roughness.

x
4

x
x

x
x
x

FACE-TO-FACE

x
x

Face-to-face dimensions of
valves with ring joint end flanges
are shown on the catalog pages
covering dimensions for each
valve. Face-to-Face dimensions
of standard raised face flanged
end valves are shown on catalog pages covering dimensions
for each valve.

x
x
x

x
x

x
x

x
x

x
x
x

10

x
x

x
x
x

12

x
x

x
x

14

x
x

x
x

x
16

x
x

x
x
x

18

See Detail
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x
x
x

F
R

20

x
x

23

x
x
x

24

x
x

x
x
x

1.344
1.562
1.688
1.750
1.875
2.000
2.000
2.250
2.375
2.375
2.562
2.688
2.688
3.250
3.250
3.750
4.000
4.000
4.250
4.500
4.875
4.875
5.375
5.875
5.875
5.875
6.375
6.750
7.125
7.125
7.625
7.625
8.312
8.312
9.750
10.625
10.625
10.625
12.000
12.750
12.750
12.750
15.000
15.000
15.000
15.000
15.625
16.500
16.500
16.500
17.875
18.500
18.500
18.500
20.375
21.000
21.000
21.000
22.000
23.000
23.000
23.000
26.500
27.250
27.250
27.250

0.219
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.312
0.250
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.312
0.250
0.312
0.375
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.428
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.438
0.250
0.312
0.312
0.562
0.250
0.312
0.438
0.625
0.250
0.312
0.438
0.688
0.250
0.312
0.500
0.688
0.250
0.375
0.500
0.688
0.250
0.438
0.625
0.812

0.281
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.469
0.344
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.469
0.344
0.469
0.531
0.340
0.469
0.469
0.656
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.656
0.344
0.469
0.469
0.906
0.344
0.469
0.656
1.062
0.344
0.469
0.656
1.188
0.344
0.469
0.781
1.188
0.344
0.531
0.781
1.312
0.344
0.656
1.062
1.438

0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.09
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.09
0.03
0.03
0.06
0.09
0.03
0.06
0.06
0.09
0.03
0.06
0.09
0.09

Dia. of
Raised
Portion
K
2.00
2.38
2.50
2.62
2.50
2.75
2.81
2.88
3.12
3.19
3.25
3.56
3.62
3.25
4.25
4.88
4.75
5.00
5.38
5.25
5.75
6.12
6.62
6.75
6.75
7.12
7.62
7.62
8.25
8.50
7.62
8.62
9.50
9.75
10.75
11.88
12.12
12.50
13.00
14.00
14.25
14.62
16.00
16.25
14.25
17.25
16.75
18.00
18.38
19.25
19.00
20.00
20.62
24.12
21.50
22.62
23.38
24.12
23.50
25.00
25.50
26.50
28.00
29.50
30.38
31.25

The height of the raised portion of a ring joint flange is equal to the depth of groove dimension E.
Use Class 1500 in sizes 1/2" to 2 1/2" for Class 900.

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R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R16
R17
R18
R18
R19
R20
R20
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R29
R31
R31
R35
R36
R37
R37
R39
R40
R41
R41
R44
R43
R45
R46
R48
R49
R49
R50
R52
R53
R53
R54
R56
R57
R57
R58
R59
R61
R62
R63
R64
R65
R66
R67
R68
R69
R70
R71
R72
R73
R74
R75
R76
R77
R78
R79

Pitch
Dia.
P

GROOVE DIMENSION
at
Depth
Width
Bottom
E
F
R

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Technical Data
Butt Weld End Dimensions
Unless otherwise specified, all Pacific Valves'
standard weld ends are per ANSI B16.25 Figure
2b for pipe wall thickness, t equal to or less than

the figure number and the schedule in parentheses. Special weld end details can be furnished
upon request.

## 0.88". For pipe wall thickness, greater than 0.88"

weld ends are per ANSI B16.25 Figure 3b. When
specifying valves with weld ends, include WE in

1.5 t Min

30Max
Max
45

37.52.5

30 Max

1.5 t Min
37.52.5

45 Max
30 Max

10 1

0.060.03

0.060.03
0.750.06

30 Max

30 Max
A Dia

0.5 Min

0.5 Min

A Dia
B Dia

B Dia

## For Pipe Wall Thickness, t

Equal To or Less than 0.88".

## For Pipe Wall Thickness, t

Greater than 0.88".

## A = Valve Outside Dia.

B = Inside Dia. of Pipe

2.5

10

12

A = 2.96

A = 3.59

A = 4.62

A = 6.78

A = 8.78

A = 10.94

A = 12.97

SCH

40

2.469

0.203

3.068

0.216

4.026

0.237

6.065

0.280

7.981

0.322

10.020

0.365

11.938

0.406

7.813

0.406

9.750

0.500

11.626

0.562

2.323

0.276

2.900

0.300

3.826

0.337

5.761

0.432

7.625

0.500

9.562

0.594

11.374

0.688

7.437

0.594

9.312

0.719

11.062

0.844

3.624

0.438

5.501

0.562

7.187

0.719

9.062

0.844

10.750

1.000
1.125

60
80
100
120
140

7.001

0.812

8.750

1.000

10.500

160

2.125

0.375

2.624

0.438

3.438

0.531

5.187

0.719

6.813

0.906

8.500

1.125

10.126

1.312

STD

2.469

0.203

3.068

0.216

4.026

0.237

6.065

0.280

7.981

0.322

10.020

0.365

12.000

0.375

XS

2.323

0.276

2.900

0.300

3.826

0.337

5.761

0.432

7.625

0.500

9.750

0.500

11.750

0.500

XXS

1.771

0.552

2.300

0.600

3.152

0.674

4.897

0.864

6.875

0.875

8.750

1.000

10.750

1.000

SCH

14

16

18

20

24

30

36

A = 14.25

A = 16.25

A = 18.28

A = 20.31

A = 24.38

A = 30.38

A = 36.50

10
20

29.376

0.312

35.376

0.312
0.500

19.250

0.375

23.250

0.375

29.000

0.500

35.000

19.000

0.500

22.875

0.562

28.750

0.625

34.750

0.625

0.562

18.812

0.594

22.624

0.688

34.500

0.750

16.500

0.750

18.376

0.812

22.062

0.969

16.124

0.938

17.938

1.031

21.562

1.219

1.031

15.688

1.156

17.438

1.281

20.938

1.531

13.562

1.219

15.250

1.375

17.000

1.500

20.376

1.812

1.250

13.124

1.438

14.876

1.562

16.500

1.750

19.876

2.062

1.406

12.812

1.594

14.438

1.781

16.062

1.969

19.312

2.344

13.250

0.375

15.250

0.375

17.250

0.375

19.250

0.375

23.250

0.375

13.000

0.500

15.000

0.500

17.000

0.500

19.000

0.500

23.000

0.500

35.000

0.500

30

13.250

0.375

15.250

0.375

40

13.124

0.438

15.000

0.500

16.876

60

12.812

0.594

14.688

0.656

80

12.500

0.750

14.312

0.844

100

12.124

0.938

13.938

120

11.812

1.094

140

11.500

160

11.188

STD
XS

29.000

0.500

2.5-4

6-10

12-18

20-36

+0.09/-0.03

+0.16/-0.03

+0.16/-0.03

+0.16/-0.03

+/-0.03

+/-0.03

+/-0.06

+0.12/-0.06

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Technical Data
Butt Weld Dimensions Conforming to ANSI B16.25
Nominal
Pipe
Pipe
Schedule

150

Bolted Bonnet
Pressure Class
300
600
900

40 (STD)
80 (XS)
160
XXS

x
x

x
x

x
x
x

40 (STD)
80
160
XXS

x
x

x
x

x
x

40 (STD)
80
120
160
XXS

x
x

x
x

40 (STD)
80 (XS)
120
160
XXS

x
x

40 (STD)
60
80 (XS)
100
120
140
XXS
160

2 1/2
3

10

12

14

16

18

20

24

x
x
x

x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

40 (STD)
60 (XS)
80
100
120
140 (XXS)
160

x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

STD
40
XS
60
80
100
120
140
160

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

30 (STD)
40
XS
60
80
100
120
140
160

x
x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

30 (STD)
40 (XS)
60
80
100
120
140
160

x
x
x

x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

40
60
80
100
120
140
160

x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

40
60
80
100
120
140
160

x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

30
40
60
80
100
120
140
160

x
x

x
x

x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x

## All Dimensions given in inches.

STD = Standard Wall Thickness
XS = Extra Strong Wall Thickness
XXS = Double Extra Strong Wall Thickness

Note:

A
Nominal
Pipe
O.D.

Valve
Outside
Diameter

0.203
0.276
0.375
0.552

3.068
2.900
2.624
2.300

3.081
2.934
2.692
2.409

0.216
0.300
0.438
0.600

4 5/8

4.026
3.826
3.624
3.438
3.152

4.044
3.869
3.692
3.530
3.279

0.237
0.337
0.438
0.531
0.674

6 25/32

6.065
5.761
5.501
5.189
4.897

6.094
5.828
5.600
5.327
5.072

0.280
0.432
0.562
0.719
0.864

8 25/32

7.981
7.813
7.625
7.439
7.189
7.001
6.875
6.813

8.020
7.873
7.709
7.546
7.327
7.163
7.053
6.998

0.322
0.406
0.500
0.594
0.719
0.812
0.875
0.906

10 15/16

10.020
9.750
9.564
9.314
9.064
8.750
8.500

10.070
9.834
9.671
9.452
9.234
8.959
8.740

0.365
0.500
0.594
0.719
0.844
1.000
1.125

12.000
11.938
11.750
11.626
11.376
11.064
10.750
10.500
10.125

12.053
11.999
11.834
11.725
11.507
11.234
10.959
10.740
10.413

0.375
0.406
0.500
0.562
0.688
0.844
1.000
1.125
1.312

13.250
13.124
13.000
12.814
12.500
12.126
11.814
11.500
11.188

13.303
13.192
13.084
12.921
12.646
12.319
12.046
11.771
11.498

0.375
0.438
0.500
0.594
0.750
0.938
1.094
1.250
1.406

15.250
15.000
14.688
14.314
13.938
13.564
13.124
12.814

15.303
15.084
14.811
14.484
14.155
13.827
13.442
13.171

0.375
0.500
0.656
0.844
1.031
1.219
1.438
1.594

16.876
16.500
16.126
15.688
15.250
14.876
14.438

16.975
16.646
16.319
15.936
15.553
15.225
14.842

0.562
0.750
0.938
1.156
1.375
1.562
1.781

18.814
18.376
17.938
17.438
17.000
16.500
16.064

18.921
18.538
18.155
17.717
17.334
16.896
16.515

0.594
0.812
1.031
1.281
1.500
1.750
1.969

22.876
22.625
22.064
21.564
20.938
20.376
19.875
19.314

22.975
22.757
22.265
21.827
21.280
20.788
20.350
19.859

0.562
0.688
0.969
1.219
1.531
1.812
2.062
2.344

3.500

3 19/32

4.500

6.625

12.750

14.000

Wall
Thickness
of Pipe

2.479
2.351
2.178
1.868

2 7/8

10.750

C
Bore of
Welding
Lip

2.469
2.323
2.125
1.771

2.875

8.625

B
Inside
Diameter
of Pipe

12 31/32

14 1/4

16.000

16 1/4

18.000

18 9/32

20.000

20 5/16

24.000

24 3/8

The ends of valve bodies do not contain enough extra material to match the wall thickness of all pipe
schedules. The cross marks show the schedules which can be supplied for each size and pressure class
of valve bodies without modifications. Consult Pacific Valves for information on supplying other weld ends.

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900
1500
2500

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Technical Data
Special Flange Facings
FINISH (large male female)

## On special application, Pacific valves can be supplied with special

end flange facings other than the raised face or ring joint. The most
popular special flange facings are shown below and include large
male-female, large tongue-groove, small male-female and small
tongue-groove.

Standard finish of gasket surface is serrated, either spiral or concentric, with 125-200RA finish.

## FINISH (small male female and tongue groove)

Standard finish of gasket surface is 125-200 micro-inch maximum
roughness.

STANDARDS

FACE-TO-FACE

## Special flange facings supplied on Pacific valves conform to ANSI

B16.5 and B16.20. Bolt templates and flange thickness "Q" for ring
joint end flanges are identical to the corresponding size and class
raised face flanges shown on preceding page.

## Face-to-face dimensions of Pacific valves with special flange facing

will be in accordance with B16.10 and will be furnished upon
application.

U
R
L (Min.)
W
Z

R
L (Min.)
W

Large Male-female

Large
Male
and
Large
Tongue
R

Nom
Pipe
Size

1/2
3/4
1
11/4
11/2
2
21/2
3
31/2
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

1.38
1.69
2.00
2.50
2.88
3.62
4.12
5.00
5.50
6.19
7.31
8.50
10.62
12.75
15.00
16.25
18.50
21.00
23.00
27.25

K (Min.)
X

Large Tongue-Groove

Outside Diameter

Small
Male
S
0.72
0.94
1.19
1.50
1.75
2.25
2.69
3.31
3.81
4.31
5.38
6.38
8.38
10.50
12.50
13.75
15.75
17.75
19.75
23.75

Small
Tongue
T
1.38
1.69
1.88
2.25
2.50
3.25
3.75
4.62
5.12
5.69
6.81
8.00
10.00
12.00
14.25
15.50
17.62
20.12
22.00
26.25

Inside
Diameter
of
Large
and
Small
Tongue
U
1.00
1.31
1.50
1.88
2.12
2.88
3.38
4.25
4.75
5.19
6.31
7.50
9.38
11.25
13.50
14.75
16.75
19.25
21.00
25.25

U
T
K (Min.)
Y
Z

Small Male-Female

Minimum
Outside Diameter
of Raised Portion
Small
Female
and
Groove
K

Outside diameter

Large
Female
and
Groove
L

Large
Female
and
Groove
W

1.81
2.12
2.44
2.94
3.31
4.06
4.56
5.44
5.94
6.62
7.75
8.94
11.06
13.19
15.44
16.69
18.94
21.44
23.44
27.69

1.44
1.75
2.06
2.56
2.94
3.69
4.19
5.06
5.56
6.25
7.38
8.56
10.69
12.81
15.06
16.31
18.56
21.06
23.06
27.31

1.75
2.06
2.25
2.62
2.88
3.62
4.12
5.00
5.50
6.19
7.31
8.50
10.62
12.75
15.00
16.25
18.50
21.00
23.00
27.25

Small Tongue-Groove

Small
Female
X

Small
Groove
Y

Inside
Diameter
of
Large
and
Small
Groove
Z

0.78
1.00
1.25
1.56
1.81
2.31
2.75
3.38
3.88
4.38
5.44
6.44
8.44
10.56
12.56
13.81
15.81
17.81
19.81
23.81

1.44
1.75
1.94
2.31
2.56
3.31
3.81
4.69
5.19
5.75
6.88
8.06
10.06
12.06
14.31
15.56
17.69
20.19
22.06
26.31

0.94
1.25
1.44
1.81
2.06
2.81
3.31
4.19
4.69
5.12
6.25
7.44
9.31
11.19
13.44
14.69
16.69
19.19
20.94
25.19

## All dimensions are given in inches.

Height of large and small male and tongue is 0.25 in. on all sizes and classes.
Depth of groove or female is 0.19 in. on all sizes and classes.
Raised portion or full face may be furnished unless otherwise specified on order.
For small male and female joints care should be taken in the use of these dimensions to insure that
the inside diameter of fitting or pipe is small enough to permit sufficient bearing surface to prevent the
crushing of the gasket. This applies particularly on lines where the joint is made on the end of the pipe.
Inside diameter of fitting should match inside diameter of pipe as specified by purchaser.
Large male and female faces and large tongue and groove are not applicable to Class 150 because of
potential dimensional conflicts.

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Technical Data
Flow Calculations
How to use Cv
Valve coefficient (Cv) is a number which represents a valve's
ability to pass flow. The bigger the Cv, the more flow a valve can
pass with a given pressure drop. A Cv of 1 means a valve will pass
1 gallon per minute (gpm) of 60 F water with a pressure drop (dp)
of 1 PSI across the valve. A Cv of 350 means a valve will pass 350
gpm of 60 F water with a dp of 1 PSI.

## 2. What is the pressure drop through a 14"x12"x14" Class 900

Venturi pressure seal gate valve with the same conditions as
example 1.
Solution: Use formula 1.
Cv = 6285 (from page 26)
2

x .137
( 5,000,000
63.5 x 6285 )

dp =

FORMULA 1
FLOW RATE LBS/HR (Steam or Water)
dp =

Fv
63.5 Cv

Fv
or Cv =
63.5 dp

Where:
dp = pressure drop in PSI
F = flow rate in lbs./hr.
3
v = square root of a specific volume in ft /lb.
(downstream of valve)

3. What is the smallest Class 2500 gate valve that will have less
than a 5 PSI pressure drop in 900 F, 1200 PSI steam service
at a flow rate of 500,000 lbs/hr?
Solution: Use formula 1.
F
v
dp
Cv

FORMULA 2

## = (1.72)2 = 2.9 PSI

= 500,000
= .785 (from chart for steam at 900F, 1200 PSIG)
= 5 = 2.24
=

Fv
= 500,000 x .785 = 2759
63.5 x 2.24
63.5 dp

dp = Sg

Q
Cv

( )

or

Cv = Q

## The closest higher Cv is a 10" Class 2500 gate with a Cv of 3130.

This is the smallest valve with a pressure drop less than 5 PSIG.

Sg
dp

Where:
dp = pressure drop in PSI
Sg = specific gravity
Q = flow rate in GPM

## Selected Properties of Water and Steam

v For Water (Downstream)
Temperature (F)
All
Pressures

LIMITATIONS
Above formulas are not valid under the following conditions:
(a) For compressible fluids, where pressure drop exceeds
half the inlet pressure.
(b) For non-compressible fluids, where pressure drop causes
cavitation or flashing.
(c) For dual-phase flow such as steam-water mixtures.

EXAMPLE
1. What is the pressure drop through a 14" Class 900 pressure
seal gate valve with 400 F water, 1500 PSIG, and 5,000,000
lbs/hr flow rate?
Solution: Use formula 1.

F = 5,000,000
v = .137 (from chart for water at 400F)
Cv = 9150 (from page 26)
2

dp =
=

5,000,000 x .137
Fv
=(
( 63.5
63.5 x 9159 )
Cv )
(1.18)2 = 1.4 PSI

100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1600
1800
2000
2500
3000
4000
5000
6000

200

300

400

500

600

.129

.132

.137

.143

.154

Sat
1.97
1.46
1.21
1.06
0.950
0.865
0.801
0.747
0.701
0.662
0.628
0.598
0.570
0.545

Temperature (F)
500
600
700
800
2.20
1.61
1.30
1.11
0.979
0.895

2.32
1.68
1.38
1.19
1.06
0.960
0.880
0.815
0.759
0.710
0.670
0.629
0.590
0.559

2.44
1.77
1.46
1.26
1.12
1.02
0.941
0.875
0.821
0.773
0.732
0.695
0.662
0.633
0.58
0.54
0.50
0.41
0.31
0.17
0.16
0.16

2.54
1.85
1.52
1.32
1.18
1.08
0.994
0.926
0.870
0.816
0.781
0.745
0.710
0.683
0.63
0.59
0.55
0.48
0.42
0.32
0.24
0.19

900
2.64
1.95
1.60
1.38
1.23
1.13
1.04
0.972
0.914
0.865
0.823
0.785
0.752
0.723
0.67
0.63
0.59
0.52
0.46
0.38
0.32
0.28

1000
2.74
2.00
1.65
1.43
1.28
1.17
1.08
1.01
0.955
0.917
0.872
0.813
0.789
0.752
0.70
0.66
0.62
0.55
0.49
0.42
0.36
0.32

1100
2.84
2.07
1.71
1.47
1.33
1.22
1.12
1.05
0.99
0.94
0.90
0.86
0.83
0.79
0.74
0.69
0.65
0.58
0.52
0.44
0.39
0.35

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Technical Data
Flow Calculations
Calculating Seat Port Velocity
The following formulas can be used to calculate seat port
velocity in any valve:
F(v )2
Flow (lbs/hr): vel: (fps) =
25A
0.32Q
Flow (GPM): vel: (fps) =
A
where:
F = flow (lbs/hr)
v = square root of specific volume
A = seat port area (in2)
Q = flow (gpm)

Example:
What is the seat port velocity in a 12" Figure 58809
(Class 900) check valve with a flow rate of 90,000 lbs/
hr of steam at 500 F and 200 PSIG?
From the steam tables v is 1.61, and from the seat
port area table A is 78.5 in2.
Vel (fps) =

## F(v )2 90,000 (1.61)2

=
= 118.8 fps
25 (78.5)
25A

Example:
What is the seat port velocity in a 12" Figure 180 (Class
150) Swing Check Valve with a flow rate of 90,000 lbs/
hr of steam at 500F and 200 PSIG?
From the tables v is 1.61 and A is 113.1 in3.
Vel (fps) =

## F(v )2 90,000 (1.61)2

=
= 82.5 fps
25 (113.1)
25A

LIMITATIONS
Velocity formulas are not valid under the following conditions:
(a) For compressible fluids, where pressure drop exceeds
half the inlet pressure.
(b) For non-compressible fluids, where pressure drop
causes cavitation or flashing.
(c) For dual-phase flow such as steam-water mixtures.

## SEAT PORT AREA "A" FOR BOLTED

BONNET VALVES (in2)
Pressure Class
Valve Size
1 1/2
2
2 1/2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
36

150

300

600

900

1.8
3.1
4.9
7.1
12.6
28.3
50.3
78.5
113.1
137.9
182.7
233.7
291.0
424.5
671.9
969.0

1.8
3.1
4.9
7.1
12.6
28.3
50.3
78.5
113.1
137.9
182.7
227.0
283.5
424.5
672.0
942.0

1.8
3.1

7.1
12.6
28.3
48.7
74.7
108.4
130.2
170.9
213.8
261.6
380.1
590.9
851.2

1.8
3.1
4.9
6.5
11.8
26.0
44.2
71.0
100.0
117.9

1500
1.5
2.8
4.0
6.0
10.3
22.7
38.5
60.0
84.5
101.6

## SEAT PORT AREA FOR PRESSURE SEAL GATE,

GLOBE, TILT DISC CHECK VALVES (in2)
Pressure Class
Valve Size
2 1/2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

600
5.4
5.4
9.6
23.2
39.9
61.0
88.7

173.8

310.25

900
5.9
5.9
10.3
21.7
37.7
58.4
80.5
97.2
125.2
156.7
198.0
287.3

1500
3.3
4.9
8.3
18.9
31.9
48.7
69.0
82.5
108.4
137.9
170.9
247.5

2500
2.4
3.6
5.9
12.6
21.7
34.5
47.2
58.2
76.6
97.2
117.9
170.9

## SEAT PORT AREA FOR PRESSURE SEAL Y-GLOBE

VALVES (in2)
Pressure Class
Valve Size
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

900
39.9
61.9
86.6
86.6
135.4
135.4
198.1
302.6

1500
39.9
61.9
86.6
86.6
135.4
135.4
198.1
302.6

2500
27.2
42.8
60.1
86.6
86.6
135.4
135.4
198.1

NOTE:
When determining sizing for check valves, the optimum
operating velocities should fall within these ranges:
BB Swing Check Valves - 55 v to 115v or 135v to 240v
BB Stop Check Valves - 40 v to 120 v
PS Tilt Disc Check Valves - 55v to 200 v
PS Stop Check Valves - 40 v to 180v
PS Y- Stop Check Valves - 148 v to 200 v

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Technical Data
Flow Calculations
Bolted Cap
Swing Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv

Bolted Bonnet
Gate Valves FULL OPEN Cv
Pressure Class
Valve Size
1 1/2
2
2 1/2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
30
36

150

300

600

165
307
490
710
1300
2090
3110
5720
8935
13350
16275
21560
28720
35760
52165
86235
129500

165
307
490
710
1300

3110
5720
8935
13350
16275
21560
27890
34840
51050
84765
125825

165
307
490
710
1300

3110
5540
8495
12800
15370
29170
26270
32140
46710
75530
114250

Pressure Class
900

1500

650
1220

2850
5025
7850
11475
13910

138
270
400
600
1070
1600
2500
4375
6840
9980
12000

1 1/2
2
2 1/2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
30

100

Valve
Size

80
V-Port
Disc

60

Figure 1
Bolted Bonnet
Globe Valves

40
Plug or
Ball Disc

20

(1) 10
0

20

40

60

150

300

600

63
142
217
356
716
1414
2961
5720
7860
10416
13800
13420
16708
33384
54556

63
168
275
392
740
1992
2340
5720
8544
19464
13800
13029
16276
36672
54652

97
139
227
246
499
1334
3359
5440
7045
9840
12912

19540

80

100

## (1) not recommended for

throttling at less
than 10% Open.

## Percent of Full Open Cv

Pressure Seal
Gate Valves FULL OPEN Cv

1 1/2
2
2 1/2
3
4
5
6
8
10
12

Pressure Class
300

150
Plug or
Ball
Disc
23
43
70
100
185
297
440
810
1260
1890

Plug or
Ball
Disc
23
43
70
100
185

440
810
1260
1890

V-Port
Disc

40

92
170
273
405
745
1150

Pressure Class
900

1500

2500

2 1/2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

350
525
925
2150
3775
5750
8600
10275
13425
17200
20950
30850

350
450
850
1925
3575
5250
7550
9150
11950
15575
19200
27675

275
415
730
1675
2925
4550
6570
7890
10325
13425
16825
24150

190
275
460
1100
1970
3130
4535
5500
7210
9215
11450
16575

V-Port
Disc
21
40

92
170

405
745

600
900
Plug or
Plug or
Ball
V-Port Ball
Disc
Disc
Disc
23

43
40

70

100
92
90
185
170
170

440
405

780

1810

Valve Size
2 1/2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

900
95
146
268
627
1062
1722
2420
2955
3945
4900
6275
9295

1500
80
132
230
536
940
1465
2110
2550
3395
4365
5465
8060

2500
60
94
146
355
627
1020
1420
1775
2355
3025
3705
5465

Pressure Seal
Venturi Tilting Disc Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv

Pressure Seal
Venturi Gate Valves FULL OPEN Cv
Pressure Class
900
1385
2385
4065
6285
7200
9760
12185
16005
23000

1500
1185
2155
3450
5640
6270
8465
11120
14130

Pressure Class
2500
815
1430
2515
3855
4415
6165
7960
9645

Valve Size

900

1500

2500

8x6x8
10 x 8 x 10
12 x 10 x 12
14 x 12 x 14
16 x 14 x 16
18 x 16 x 18
20 x 18 x 20
22 x 20 x 22

565
955
1550
2175
2660
3550
4410
5650

480
845
1320
1900
2295
3055
3930
4920

320
565
920
1275
1598
2120
2725
3335

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315
564
1520

Pressure Class

600

600
1570
2795
4485
7310
9000
11000
14200
16800
25000

1500

358
605
1623
2508
4069
6316

Pressure Seal
Tilting Disc Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv

Valve Size

Valve Size
8x6x8
10 x 8 x 10
12 x 10 x 12
14 x 12 x 14
16 x 14 x 16
18 x 16 x 18
20 x 18 x 20
22 x 20 x 22
26 x 24 x 26

900

Bolted Bonnet
Globe Valves FULL OPEN Cv

% Open vs % Cv
Valve Percent Open

Valve Size

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Technical Data
Flow Calculations
Characteristic Flow Curves for Globe Stop, Stop-Check, Lift-Check Valves

100

100

80

80

60

40

60

40

20

20

(1) 10

(1) 10
0

0
0

20

40

60

80

100

20

60

80

100

Figure 2

Figure 3

## Globe, Stop, Stop-Check and

Lift-Check Valves

## Y-Globe, Stop, Stop-Check and

Lift-Check Valves

Pressure Seal
T-Globe Stop, Stop-Check and Lift-Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv
Pressure Class
Valve Size
900
1500
2500
2 /
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
1 2

90
105
195
455
800
1250
1820
2205

65
95
170
395
695
1085
1580

45
65
105
265
470
750
1100

Pressure Seal
Y-Globe Stop, Stop-Check and Lift-Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv
Valve Size
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24

40

## Percent of Full Open Cv

600
2025
3025
4600
4300
7650
7325
11800
16450

Pressure Class
900
1750
2725
3825
3650
6000
5825
9125
13500

1500
1750
2725
3825
3650
6000
5825
9125
13500

2500
1175
1875
2650
4075
3775
6625
6225
9050

The flow coefficient (Cv) listed in the tables apply to fully open valves only.
Flow coefficients at other than fully open may be approximated by use of the
characteristic flow curves for tilting disc check and globe valves. Gate valves
are not recommended for throttling service.

Pressure Seal
Venturi Globe Stop, Stop-Check and Lift-Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv
Valve Size
8x6x8
10 x 8 x 10
12 x 10 x 12
14 x 12 x 14
16 x 14 x 16

900
450
770
1215
1775
2125

Pressure Class
1500
390
690
1055
1550

2500
260
465
745
1070

Pressure Seal
Venturi Y-Globe Stop, Stop-Check and Lift-Check Valves FULL OPEN Cv
Pressure Class
Valve Size
600
900
1500
2500
8x6x8
1100
1000
1000
650
10 x 8 x 10
1925
1675
1675
1125
12 x 10 x 12
2875
2600
2600
1775
14 x 12 x 14
4375
3650
3650
2525
16 x 14 x 16
4075
3450
3450
3875
18 x 16 x 18
7250
5700
5700
3575
20 x 18 x 20
6950
5525
5525
6300
22 x 20 x 22
11200
8675
8675
5925
16 x 24 x 26
15850
12825
12825
8600

SOLUTION:
From the flow coefficient table above, the fully open Cv for a 12 inch, Class
900 globe valve is 1820.
Consulting Figure 2, the percent of fully open Cv at 1/4 valve open is 52%.

EXAMPLE:
What is the Cv of a 12 inch Class 900 Pacific pressure seal globe valve
1/4 open?

## The Cv at 1/4 open is then computed as:

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Technical Data
Hardness Comparisons for Steel
Approximate Equivalent Hardness Numbers for Brinell Hardness Numbers for Steel(s)

Brinell
indentation
dia.,
mm

10mm
Standard
ball

...
...
...
...
...
2.25
...
...
2.30
...
...
...
2.35
...
...
2.40
...
...
...
2.45

2.70

{
{
{
{
{

2.75

2.50
2.55
2.60
2.65

2.80
2.85
2.90
2.95
3.00
3.05
3.10
3.15
3.20
3.25
3.30
3.35
3.40
3.45
3.50
3.55
3.60
3.65
3.70
3.75
3.80
3.85
3.90
3.95
4.00
4.05
4.10
4.20
4.30
4.40
4.50
4.60
4.70
4.80
4.90
5.00
5.10
5.20
5.30
5.40
5.50
5.60

{
{
{

...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
495
...
...
477
...
461
...
444
...
429
415
401
388
375
363
352
341
331
321
311
302
293
285
277
269
262
255
248
241
235
229
223
217
207
197
187
179
170
163
156
149
143
137
131
126
121
116
111

No. (b).
Brinell hardness
ball. 3000-kg Tungsten
Hultgren
carbide
ball
ball
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
601
...
578
...
555
...
534
...
514
...
...
495
...
...
477
...
461
...
444
429
415
401
388
375
363
352
341
331
321
311
302
293
285
277
269
262
255
248
241
235
229
223
217
207
197
187
179
170
163
156
149
143
137
131
126
121
116
111

...
...
...
767
757
745
733
722
712
710
698
684
682
670
656
653
647
638
630
627
...
601
...
578
...
555
...
534
...
514
...
...
495
...
...
...
...
...
...
429
415
401
388
375
363
352
341
331
321
311
302
293
285
277
269
262
255
248
241
235
229
223
217
207
197
187
179
170
163
156
149
143
137
131
126
121
116
111

Diamond
pyramid
hardness
No.
940
920
900
880
860
840
820
800
...
780
760
740
737
720
700
697
690
680
670
667
677
640
640
615
607
591
579
569
553
547
539
530
528
516
508
495
491
474
472
455
440
425
410
396
383
372
360
350
339
328
319
309
301
292
284
269
269
261
253
247
241
234
228
218
207
196
188
178
171
163
156
150
143
137
132
127
122
117

## Rockwell hardness No. (s)

A-scale,
B scale,
C-scale,
60-kg
100-kg
150-kg
brale
1/6-in.
brale
penetrator
dia.
penetrator
ball
85.6
85.3
85.0
84.7
84.4
84.1
83.8
83.4
...
83.0
82.6
82.2
82.2
81.8
81.3
81.2
81.1
80.8
80.6
80.5
80.7
79.8
79.8
79.1
78.8
78.4
78.0
77.8
77.1
76.9
76.7
76.4
76.3
75.9
75.6
75.1
74.9
74.3
74.2
73.4
72.8
72.0
71.4
70.6
70.0
69.3
68.7
68.1
67.5
66.9
66.3
65.7
65.3
64.6
64.1
63.0
63.0
62.5
61.8
61.4
60.8
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
(110.0)
(109.0)
(108.5)
(108.0)
(107.5)
(107.0)
(106.0)
(105.5)
(104.5)
(104.0)
(103.0)
(102.0)
(101.0)
100.0
99.0
98.2
97.3
96.4
94.6
92.8
90.7
89.0
86.8
85.0
82.9
80.8
78.7
76.4
74.0
72.0
69.8
65.7
65.7

68.0
67.5
67.0
66.4
65.9
65.3
64.7
64.0
...
63.3
62.5
61.8
61.7
61.0
60.1
60.0
59.7
59.2
58.8
58.7
59.1
57.3
57.3
56.0
55.6
54.7
54.0
53.5
52.5
52.1
51.6
51.1
51.0
50.3
49.6
48.8
48.5
47.2
47.1
45.7
44.5
43.1
41.8
40.4
39.1
37.9
36.6
35.5
34.3
33.1
32.1
30.9
29.9
28.8
27.6
26.6
25.4
24.2
22.8
21.7
20.5
(18.8)
(17.5)
(15.2)
(12.7)
(10.0)
(8.0)
(5.4)
(3.3)
(0.9)
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

(a) The values in bold face type correspond to the values in the Joint SAE-ASME-ASTM hardness conversions as
printed in ASTM E48, Table 3. (b) Brinell numbers are based on the diameter of impressed indentation. If the ball
distorts (flattens) during test, Brinell numbers will vary in accordance with the degree of such distortion when
related to hardness determined with a Vickers diamond pyramid, Rockwell brate or other penetrator which does
not sensibly distort. At high hardness, therefore, the relationship between Brinell and Vickers or Rockwell scales
is affected by the type of ball used. Steel balls (standard or Hultgren) tend to flatten slightly more than carbide balls,

76.9
76.5
76.1
75.7
75.3
74.8
74.3
73.8
...
73.3
72.6
72.1
72.0
71.5
70.8
70.7
70.5
70.1
69.8
69.7
70.0
68.7
68.7
67.7
67.4
66.7
66.1
65.8
65.0
64.7
64.3
63.9
63.8
63.2
62.7
61.9
61.7
61.0
60.8
59.7
58.8
57.8
56.8
55.7
54.6
53.8
52.8
51.9
51.0
50.0
49.3
48.3
47.6
46.7
45.9
45.0
44.2
43.2
42.0
41.4
40.5
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

Rockwell superficial
hardness No.
superficial brale penetrator
15-N
30-N
45-N
scale,
scale,
scale,
15-kg
30-kg
45-kg
93.2
93.0
92.9
92.7
92.5
92.3
92.1
91.8
...
91.5
91.2
91.0
91.0
90.7
90.3
90.2
90.1
89.8
89.7
89.6
89.8
89.0
89.0
88.4
88.1
87.3
87.5
87.2
87.2
86.7
86.5
86.3
86.0
85.9
85.6
85.3
84.9
84.7
84.1
84.0
83.4
82.8
82.0
81.4
80.0
79.3
78.6
78.0
77.3
76.7
76.1
75.5
75.0
74.4
73.7
73.1
72.5
71.7
70.9
70.3
69.7
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

84.4
84.0
83.6
83.1
82.7
82.2
81.7
81.1
...
80.4
79.7
79.1
79.0
78.4
77.6
77.5
77.2
76.8
76.4
76.3
76.8
75.1
75.1
73.9
73.5
72.7
72.0
71.6
70.7
70.3
69.9
69.5
69.4
68.7
68.2
67.4
67.2
66.0
65.8
64.6
63.5
62.3
61.1
59.9
58.7
57.6
56.4
55.4
54.3
53.3
52.2
51.2
50.3
49.3
48.3
47.3
46.2
45.1
43.9
42.9
41.9
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

75.4
74.8
74.2
73.6
73.1
72.2
71.8
71.0
...
70.2
69.4
68.6
68.5
67.7
66.7
66.5
66.2
65.7
65.3
65.1
65.7
63.5
63.5
62.1
61.6
60.6
59.8
59.2
58.0
57.6
56.9
56.2
56.1
55.2
54.5
53.5
53.2
51.7
51.5
49.9
48.4
46.9
45.3
43.6
42.0
40.5
39.1
37.8
36.4
34.4
33.8
32.4
31.2
29.9
28.5
27.3
26.0
24.5
22.8
21.5
20.1
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

Shore
scelroscope
hardness
No.

Tensile
strength
(approx.),
1000 psi

Brinell
indentation
dia.,
mm

97
96
95
93
92
91
90
88
...
87
86
...
84
83
...
81
...
80
...
79
...
77
...
75
...
73
...
71
...
70
...
...
68
...
66
...
65
...
63
61
59
58
56
54
52
51
50
48
47
46
45
43
...
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
...
33
32
30
...
27
26
25
...
23
22
21
...
20
19
18
15

...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
329
324
323
328
309
309
297
293
285
2.79
274
266
263
259
254
253
247
243
237
235
226
225
217
210
202
195
188
182
176
170
166
160
155
150
145
141
137
133
129
126
122
118
115
111
...
105
100
95
90
87
83
79
76
73
71
67
65
63
60
58
56

...
...
...
...
...
2.25
...
...
2.30
...
...
...
...
...
...
240
...
...
...
2.45

}
}
}
}
}

}
}
}
}

2.50
2.55
2.60
2.65
2.70
2.75
2.80
2.85
2.90
2.95
3.00
3.05
3.10
3.15
3.20
3.25
3.30
3.35
3.40
3.45
3.50
3.55
3.60
3.65
3.70
3.70
3.80
3.85
3.90
3.95
4.00
4.05
4.10
4.20
4.30
4.40
4.50
4.60
4.70
4.80
4.90
5.00
5.10
5.20
5.30
5.40
5.50
5.60

resulting in larger indentation and lower Brinell number than shown by a carbide ball. Thus, on a specimen of 640
Vickers, a Hultgren ball will leave a 2.55 mm impression (578 Bhn) and the carbide ball a 2.50 mm impression
(601 Bhn). Conversely, identical impression diameters for both types of ball will correspond to different Vickers
or Rockwell values. Thus, if both impressions are 2.55 mm (578 Bhn) material tested with a Hulgren ball has a
Vickers hardness of 640, while material tested with a carbide ball has a Vickers hardness of 615 (c). Values in
parentheses are beyond normal range.

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brale
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Technical Data
Temperature Conversions

-458.4 to 0
C
or
F

1 to 60
C
or
F

61 to 290
C
or
F

300 to 890
C
or
F

-273
-268
-262
-257
-251

-459.4
-450
-440
-430
-420

-17.2
-16.7
-16.1
-15.6
-15.0

1
2
3
4
5

33.8
35.6
37.4
39.2
41.0

16.1
16.7
17.2
17.8
18.3

61
62
63
64
65

141.8
143.6
145.4
147.2
149.0

149
154
160
166
171

300
310
320
330
340

572
590
608
626
644

482
488
493
499
504

900
910
920
930
940

1652
1670
1688
1706
1724

-246
-240
-234
-229
-223

-410
-400
-390
-380
-370

-14.4
-13.9
-13.3
-12.8
-12.2

6
7
8
9
10

42.8
44.6
46.4
48.2
50.0

18.9
19.4
20.0
20.6
21.1

66
67
68
69
70

150.8
152.6
154.4
156.2
158.0

177
182
188
193
199

350
360
370
380
390

662
680
698
716
734

510
516
521
527
532

950
960
970
980
990

1742
1760
1778
1796
1814

-218
-212
-207
-201
-196

-360
-350
-340
-330
-320

-11.7
-11.1
-10.6
-10.0
-9.4

11
12
13
14
15

51.8
53.6
55.4
57.2
59.0

21.7
22.2
22.8
23.3
23.9

71
72
73
74
75

159.8
161.6
163.4
165.2
167.0

204
210
215
221
227

400
410
420
430
440

752
770
788
806
824

538
549
560
571
582

1000
1020
1040
1060
1080

1832
1868
1904
1940
1976

-190
-184
-179
-173
-169

-310
-300
-290
-280
-273

-459.4

-8.9
-8.3
-7.8
-7.2
-6.7

16
17
18
19
20

60.8
62.6
64.4
66.2
68.0

24.4
25.0
25.6
26.1
26.7

76
77
78
79
80

168.8
170.6
172.4
174.2
176.0

232
238
243
249
254

450
460
470
480
490

842
860
878
896
914

593
604
616
627
638

1100
1120
1140
1160
1180

2012
2048
2084
2120
2156

-168
-162
-157
-151
-146

-270
-260
-250
-240
-230

-454
-436
-418
-400
-382

-6.1
-5.6
-5.0
-4.4
-3.9

21
22
23
24
25

69.8
71.6
73.4
75.2
77.0

27.2
27.8
28.3
28.9
29.4

81
82
83
84
85

177.8
179.6
181.4
183.2
185.0

260
266
271
277
282

500
510
520
530
540

932
950
968
986
1004

649
660
671
682
693

1200
1220
1240
1260
1280

2192
2228
2264
2300
2336

-140
-134
-129
-123
-118

-220
-210
-200
-190
-180

-364
-346
-328
-310
-292

-3.3
-2.8
-2.2
-1.7
-1.1

26
27
28
29
30

78.8
80.6
82.4
84.2
86.0

30.0
30.6
31.1
31.7
32.2

86
87
88
89
90

186.8
188.6
190.4
192.2
194.0

288
293
299
304
310

550
560
570
580
590

1022
1040
1058
1076
1094

704
732
760
788
816

1300
1350
1400
1450
1500

2372
2462
2552
2642
2732

-112
-107
-101
-96
-90

-170
-160
-150
-140
-130

-274
-256
-238
-220
-202

-.06
0.0
0.6
1.1
1.7

31
32
33
34
35

87.8
89.6
91.4
93.2
95.0

32.8
33.3
33.9
34.4
35.0

91
92
93
94
95

195.8
197.6
199.4
201.2
203.0

316
321
327
332
338

600
610
620
630
640

1112
1130
1148
1166
1184

843
871
899
927
954

1550
1600
1650
1700
1750

2822
2912
3002
3092
3182

-84
-79
-73
-68
-62

-120
-110
-100
-90
-80

-184
-166
-148
-130
-112

2.2
2.8
3.3
3.9
4.4

36
37
38
39
40

96.8
98.6
100.4
102.2
104.0

35.6
36.1
36.7
37.2
37.8

96
97
98
99
100

204.8
206.6
208.4
210.2
212.0

343
349
354
360
366

650
660
670
680
690

1202
1220
1238
1256
1274

982
1010
1038
1066
1093

1800
1850
1900
1950
2000

3272
3362
3452
3442
3632

-57
-51
-46
-40
-34

-70
-60
-50
-40
-30

-94
-76
-58
-40
-22

5.0
5.6
6.1
6.7
7.2

41
42
43
44
45

105.8
107.6
109.4
111.2
113.0

43
49
54
60
66

110
120
130
140
150

230
248
266
284
302

371
377
382
388
392

700
710
720
730
740

1292
1310
1328
1346
1364

1121
1149
1177
1204
1232

2050
2100
2150
2200
2250

3722
3812
3902
3992
4082

-29
-23
-17.8

-20
-10
0

-4
14
32

7.8
8.3
8.9
9.4
10.0

46
47
48
49
50

114.8
116.6
118.4
120.2
122.0

71
77
82
88
93

160
170
180
190
200

320
338
356
374
392

399
404
410
416
421

750
760
770
780
790

1382
1400
1418
1436
1454

1260
1288
1316
1343
1371

2300
2350
2400
2450
2500

4172
4262
4352
4442
4532

10.6
11.1
11.7
12.2
12.8

51
52
53
54
55

123.8
125.6
127.4
129.2
131.0

99
100
104
110
116

210
212
220
230
240

410
413.6
428
446
464

427
432
438
443
449

800
810
820
830
840

1472
1490
1508
1526
1544

1399
1427
1454
1482
1510

2550
2600
2650
2700
2750

4622
4712
4802
4892
4982

13.3
13.9
14.4
15.0
15.6

56
57
58
59
60

132.8
134.6
136.4
138.2
140.0

121
127
132
138
143

250
260
270
280
290

482
500
518
536
554

454
460
466
471
477

850
860
870
880
890

1562
1580
1598
1616
1634

1538
1566
1593
1621
1649

2800
2850
2900
2950
3000

5072
5162
5252
5342
5432

## Locate temperature in middle column. If in degrees Centigrade, read Fahrenheit equivalent in

right hand column; if in degrees Fahrenheit, read Centigrade equivalent in left hand column.

Conversion Formulas:
C = 5/9 (F-32)
F = 9/5 C +32

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C
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Technical Data
Storage Installation Maintenance
Precautions

Storage
If valves are not put into service within three
months after factory shipment, long term storage
measures should be initiated to preclude valve
deterioration. Contact Pacific Valves for details
regarding long term storage procedures.

Installation
HANDLINGValves should always be installed
in clean lines. Use lifting lugs where provided. If
lugs are not provided, slings should be used.
VALVES MUST NEVER BE LIFTED BY
HANDWHEELS OR STEMS.
WELD END VALVESWeld end valves should
be installed using proper welding practices similar to procedures covered in ANSI B31.1 through
B31.8. Care must be taken not to overheat valve
bodies. Temperatures exceeding 400F in the
seat area of the valves during welding may cause
seat distortion and leakage. During the welding
operation, the valve should be assembled and in
the closed position for maximum support and
protection of seating surfaces. Weld debris should
be cleaned from line and valve internals before
operating valves.

Maintenance
FLANGED BONNET JOINTValve bonnet joints
are assembled to design specifications at the
time of factory assembly. However, because of
the flexible nature of joint materials, varying applications can affect bolt stress and cause bonnet
leakage problems. Internal pressure, temperature and external piping loads can affect the
bonnet seal and certain precautions must be
taken to prevent joint leakage. Line pressure
bolted joints should be inspected periodically and
retorqued as needed.
Factory assembly takes place at ambient temperatures. However, many actual service conditions are at elevated temperatures. For conditions where bolting creep (elongation under
stressincreasing with higher temperatures) can
occur, it is recommended that bonnet bolting be
retorqued after the first shutdown of the system.
For services over 500F, retorque bolts during
the first 100 hours regardless of whether or not
shutdown has occurred.

## Because valve assemblies are often stored for

long periods before installation, the above considerations are also applicable. This means torquing before start-up is required if prolonged storage occurs.
Distortion of valves, especially lower ANSI pressure classes, can occur when piping loads become excessive. To prevent this situation, inspect valve and piping assemblies to insure
against piping misalignment. External pipe supports should be used to eliminate misalignment.
Bonnet maintenance should, whenever possible,
be accomplished without disassembling the
valves. Retorquing bolts is the most effective
means of insuring against leaks. However, as
pointed out in the chart notes, special conditions
may require torque modifications. Consult Pacific
Valves when more exacting means are required.
NEVER DISASSEMBLE VALVES COVERED
BY FACTORY WARRANTY WITHOUT PREVIOUSLY CONTACTING PACIFIC VALVES. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY VOID WARRANTY. Bonnet gaskets, other than undamaged ring joint
type, should not be reused if valves are disassembled.
PACKINGValve packing should be checked
periodically to prevent leakage. Tightening adjustments may be sufficient, but care should be
taken not to over compress packing, which may
cause excessive valve operating torque. From
time to time packing may need to be added or
replaced.
LUBRICATIONWhere lube fittings are provided, valves should be lubricated periodically.
Stem threads must be bushed with lubricant to
avoid damage and excessive torque from developing. Valves should never be operated with
unlubricated stem threads or yoke sleeves.

## Before installing a Pacific valve check the data on

the permanently affixed metal nameplate and
any other attached tag against the purchase
order, to assure that the valve is of the design and
material required for the intended service. Make
sure that the valve is new and in the factory asbuilt condition prior to use. All new Pacific valves
carry a limited warranty against defects in workmanship and materials at time of factory shipment, but such warranty is voided when valves
are changed in any way. Please see scope of
limited warranty as set forth in the quotation.
While all Pacific valves are tested at the factory to
insure compliance with industry standards and
purchase specifications, they will eventually experience deterioration or wear which could cause
leakage or malfunction. A preventative maintenance program, including periodic inspection of
packing, gaskets and seats is a key to reducing
the occurrence of these problems. Factors that
affect valve service life include but are not necessarily limited to, the following:
1. Selection of proper design and materials for
the intended service.
2. Frequency of opening and closing.
3. Corrosive and/or erosive properties of the
contained fluid.
4. Service pressure and temperature.
5. Reasonable care in operation (e.g., avoidance
of overtightening of the handwheel).
6. Degree of leakage, if any, that the users
system can tolerate.
7. Proper installation and maintenance,
For specific recommendations on maintenance
or service consult Pacific Valves.

## Recommended Bolt Torques

Bolt Dia.-In.

Torque-Ft/lbs +/-6%

Bolt Dia.-In.

Torque-Ft/lbs +/-6%

1/2
9/16

65
95
135
230
360
535
815
1125

13/8
11/2
15/8
13/4
2
21/2
23/4

1525
1900
2540
3240
4990
8525
10525

5/8
3/4
7/8

1
11/8
11/4

1. Bolts should be progressively tightened in a star pattern to prevent cocking of the flange and uneven gasket
pressure.
2. Torque values listed are typical or alloy steel bolts (approximately 100,000 psi yield strength) used with carbon or
intermediate alloy steel valves.
3. Final torque required to pull up joint may vary greatly due to effects of temperature, corrosion, lubrication and thread
finish.
4. Torque requirements for a given bolt diameter may not be the same when used on valves of different material or
special design. For best results consult Pacific Valves for recommendation.

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Technical Data
Conversion Formulae
TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

atmospheres
atmospheres
atmospheres
atmospheres
atmospheres
atmospheres
atmospheres

A
cms. of mercury
ft. of water (at 4 C)
in of mercury (at 0C)
kgs/sq cm
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq in.
tons/sq ft

76.00
33.90
29.92
1.0333
10,332.00
14.70
1.058

barrels (oil)
bars
bars
bars
bars
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu
Btu

B
gallons (oil)
atmospheres
dynes/sq cm
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq in.
ergs
foot-lbs
gram-calories
horsepower-hrs
joules
kilogram-calories
kilogram-meters
kilowatt-hrs

42.0
0.9869
106
1.020 x 104
14.50
1.0550 x 1010
778.3
252.0
3.931 x 10-4
1,054.80
0.2520
107.5
2.928 x 10-4

centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters
centimeters-dynes
centimeters-dynes
centimeters-dynes
centimeters-grams
centimeters-grams
centimeters-grams
centimeters of mercury
centimeters of mercury
centimeters of mercury
centimeters of mercury
centimeters of mercury
centimeters/sec
centimeters/sec
centimeters/sec
centimeters/sec
centimeters/sec
centimeters/sec
centimeters/sec
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters

C
Fahrenheit
feet
inches
kilometers
meters
miles
millimeters
mils
yards
cm-grams
meter-kgs
pound-feet
cm-dynes
meter-kgs
pound-feet
atmospheres
feet of water
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in.
feet/min
feet/sec
kilometers/hr
knots
meters/min
miles/hr
miles/min
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq.)
liters

(Cx 1.8) + 32
3.281 x 10-2
0.3937
102
0.01
6.214 x 10-6
10.0
393.7
1.094 x 10-2
1.020 x 10-3
1.020 x 10-8
7.376 x 10-9
980.70
10-5
7.233 x 10-5
0.01316
0.4461
136.0
0.1934
0.1934
1.1969
0.03281
0.036
0.1943
0.6
0.02237
3.728 x -4
3.531 x 10-5
0.06102
10-6
1.308 x 10-6
2.642 x 10-4
0.001

TO CONVERT

33

MULTIPLY BY

cubic centimeters
cubic centimeters
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet
cubic feet/min
cubic feet/min
cubic feet/min
cubic feet/min
cubic feet/sec
cubic feet/sec
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic inches
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters
cubic meters

## pints (U.S. liq.)

quarts (U.S. liq.)
bushels (dry)
cu cms
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq.)
liters
pints (U.S. liq.)
quarts (U.S. liq.)
cu/cms/sec
gallons.sec
liters/sec
pounds per water/min
million gals/day
gallons/min
cu/cms
cu feet
cu meters
gallons (U.S. liq.)
liters
mil-feet
pints (U.S. liq.)
quarts (U.S. liq.)
bushels (dry)
cu cms
cu feet
cu inches
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq.)
liters
pints (U.S. liq.)
quarts (U.S. liq.)

2.113 x 10-3
1.057 x 10-3
0.8036
28,320.0
1,728.0
0.02832
0.03704
7.48052
28.32
59.84
29.92
472.0
0.1247
0.4720
62.43
0.646317
448.831
16.39
587 x 10-4
1.639 10-5
4.329 x 10-3
0.01639
1.061 x 105
0.3463
0.01732
28.38
104
35.31
61,023.0
1.308
264.2
1,000.0
2,113.0
1,057.0

degrees (angle)
degrees (angle)
degrees (angle)
degrees (angle)
degrees/sec
degrees/sec
degrees/sec
dynes
dynes
dynes
dynes
dynes
dynes
dynes/sq cm

D
minutes
seconds
revolutions/min.
revolutions/sec.
grams
joules/cm
joules/meter (newtons)
kilograms
poundals
pounds
bars

60.0
0.01111
0.01745
3,600.0
0.01745
0.1667
2.778 x 10-3
1.020 x 10-3
10-7
10-5
1.020 x 10-3
7.233 x 10-5
2.248 x 10-5
10-6

feet
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet
feet

F
centimeters
kilometers
meters
miles (naut.)
miles (stat)
millimeters
mils

30.48
3.048 x 10-4
0.3048
1.645 x 10-4
1.894 x 10-4
304.8
1.2 x 104

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Technical Data
Conversion Formulae
TO CONVERT

INTO

feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet of water
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/min
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec
feet/sec/sec
feet/sec/sec
feet/sec/sec
feet/sec/sec
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min
foot-pounds/min

atmospheres
in. of mercury
kgs/sq cm
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq ft.
pounds/sq in.
cms/sec
feet/sec
kms/hr
meters/min
miles/hr
cms/sec
kms/hr
knots
meters/min.
miles/hr
miles/min
cms/sec/sec
kms/hr/sec
meters/sec/sec
miles/hr/sec
Btu
ergs
grams-calories
hp-hrs
joules
kg-calories
kg-meters
kilowatt-hrs
Btu/min
foot-pounds/sec
horsepower
kg-calories/min
kilowatts
Btu/hr
Btu/min
horsepower
kg-calories/min
kilowatts

gallons
gallons
gallons
gallons
gallons
gallons
gallons
gallons
gallons (liq. Br. lmp.)
gallons (U.S.)
gallons of water
gallons/min
gallons/min
gallons/min
grains (troy)
grains (troy)
grains (troy)
grains (troy)
grains/U.S. gal
grains/U.S. gal
grains/lmp gal
grams
grams

G
cu cms
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
liters
pints
quarts
gallons (U.S. liq.)
gallons (lmp.)
pounds of water
cu ft/sec
liters/sec
cu ft/hr
grains (avdp)
grams
ounces (avdp)
pennyweight (troy)
parts/millions
pounds/million gal
parts/million
dynes
grains

TO CONVERT

0.02950
0.8826
0.03048
304.8
62.43
0.4335
0.5080
0.01667
1.097
0.3048
0.01136
30.48
1.097
0.5921
18.29
0.6818
0.01136
30.48
1.097
0.3048
0.6818
1286 x 10-3
1.356 x 107
0.3238
5.050 x 10-7
1.356
3.24 x 10-4
0.1383
3.766 x 10-7
1.286 x 10-3
0.01667
3.030 x 10-5
3.24 x 10-4
2.260 x 10-5
4.6263
0.07717
1.818 x 10-3
0.01945
1.356 x 10-3

grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams
grams/cu cm
grams/cu cm
grams/cu cm
grams/liter
grams/liter
grams/liter
grams/liter
grams/sq cm
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories
gram-calories/sec
gram-centimeters
gram-centimeters
gram-centimeters
gram-centimeters

joules/cm
joules/meter (newtons)
kilograms
milligrams
ounces (avdp)
ounces (troy)
poundals
pounds
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu in
pounds/mil-foot
grains/gal
pounds/1,000 gal
pounds/cu ft
parts/million
pounds/sq ft
Btu
ergs
foot-pounds
horsepower-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
watt-hrs
Btu/hr
Btu
ergs
joules
kg-cal
kg-meters

horsepower
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower (metric)
(542.5 ft lb/sec)
horsepower (metric)
(550 ft lb/sec)
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower
horsepower (boiler)
horsepower (boiler)
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs
horsepower-hrs

H
Btu/min
foot-lbs/min
foot-lbs/sec
horsepower
(550 ft lb/sec)
horsepower (metric)
(542.5 ft. lb/sec)
kg-calories/min
kilowatts
watts
Btu/hr
kilowatts
Btu
ergs
foot-lbs
gram-calories
joules
kg-calories
kg-meters
kilowatt-hrs

inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches
inches of mercury
inches of mercury

I
centimeters
feet
meters
miles
millimeters
mils
yards
atmospheres
feet of water

3,785.0
0.1137
231.0
3.785 x 10-3
4.951 x 10-3
3.785
8.0
4.0
1.20095
0.83267
8.3453
2.228 x 10-3
0.06308
8.0208
1.0
0.06480
2.0833 x 10-3
0.04167
17.118
142.86
14.286
980.7
15.43

INTO

MULTIPLY BY
9.807 x 10-5
9.807 x 10-3
0.001
1,000.
0.03527
0.03215
0.07093
2.205 x 10-3
62.43
0.03613
3.405 x 10-7
58.417
8.345
0.062427
1,000.0
2.0481
3.9683 x 10-3
4.1868 x 107
3.0880
1.5596 x 10-6
1.1630 x 10-6
1.1630 x 10-3
14.286
9.297 x 10-8
980.7
9.807 x 10-5
2.343 x 10-8
10-5

42.44
33,000.
550.0
0.9863
1.014
10.68
0.7457
745-7
33.479
9.803
2,547.
2.6845 x 1013
1.98 x 106
641,190.
2.684 x 106
641.1
2.737 x 105
0.7457

2.540
8.333 x 10-2
2.540 x 10-2
1.578 x 10-5
25.40
1,000.0
2.778 x 10-2
0.03342
1.133

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Conversion Formulae
TO CONVERT

INTO

MULTIPLY BY

TO CONVERT
kilometers/hr
kilometers/hr
kPa
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatts
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs
kilowatt-hrs

inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of mercury
inches of water (4)
inches of water (4)
inches of water (4)
inches of water (4)
inches of water (4)
inches of water (4)

kgs/sq cm
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in
atmospheres
inches of mercury
kgs/sq cm
ounces/sq in
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in

0.03453
345.3
70.73
0.4912
2.458 x 10-3
0.07355
2.540 x 10-3
0.5781
5.204
0.03613

kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms
kilograms/cu meter
kilograms/cu meter
kilograms/cu meter
kilograms/cu meter
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq cm
kilograms/sq meter
kilograms/sq meter
kilograms/sq meter
kilograms/sq meter
kilograms/sq meter
kilograms/sq meter
kilograms/sq mm
kilogram-calories
kilogram-calories
kilogram-calories
kilogram-calories
kilogram-calories
kilogram-calories
kilogram-calories
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kilogram meters
kiloliters
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers
kilometers/hr
kilometers/hr
kilometers/hr
kilometers/hr

K
dynes
grams
joules/cm
joules/meter (newtons)
poundals
pounds
tons (long)
tons (short)
grams/cu cm
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu in
pounds/mil-foot
atmospheres
feet of water
inches of mercury
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in
atmospheres
bars
feet of water
inches of mercury
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in
kgs/sq meter
Btu
foot-pounds
hp-hrs
joules
kg-meters
kilojoules
kilowatt-hrs
Btu
ergs
foot-pounds
joules
kg-calories
kilowatt-hrs
liters
centimeters
feet
inches
meters
miles
millimeters
yards
cms/sec
feet/min
feet/sec
knots

980,665.
1,000.0
0.09807
9.807
70.93
2.205
9.842 x 10-4
1.102 x 10-3
0.001
0.06243
3.613 x 10-5
3.405 x 10-10
0.9678
32.81
28.96
2,048.0
14.22
9.678 x 10-5
98.07 x 10-6
3.281 x 10-3
2.896 x 10-3
0.2048
1.422 x 10-3
106
3.968
3,088.
1.560 x 10-3
4,186.
426.9
4.186
1.163 x 10-3
9.294 x 10-3
9.804 x 107
7.233
9.804
2.342 x 10-3
2.723 x 10-6
1,000.0
105
3,281.
3.937 x 104
1,000.0
0.6214
106
1,094.
27.78
54.68
0.9113
0.5396

knots
knots

INTO
K
meters/min
miles/hr
psig
Btu/min
foot-lbs/in
foot-lbs/sec
horsepower
kg-calories/min
watts
Btu
ergs
foot-lbs
gram-calories
horsepower-hrs
joules
kg-calories
kg-meters
pounds of water
evaporated from
and at 212F
pounds of water raised
from 62 to 212F
kilometers/hr
statute miles/hr

league
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters
liters/min
liters/min

L
miles (approx.)
bushels (U.S. dry)
cu cm
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons (U.S. liq.)
pints (U.S. liq.)
quarts (U.S. liq.)
cu ft/sec
gals/sec

3.0
0.02838
1,000.0
0.03531
61.02
0.001
1.308 x 10-3
0.2642
2.113
1.057
5.886 x 10-4
4.403 x 10-3\

meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/min
meters/sec
meters/sec

M
centimeters
feet
inches
kilometers
miles (naut.)
miles (stat.)
millimeters
yards
cms/sec
feet/min
feet/sec
kms/hr
knots
miles/hr
feet/min
feet/sec

100.0
3.281
39.37
0.001
5.396 x 10-4
6.214 x 10-4
1,000.0
1.094
1.667
3.281
0.05468
0.06
0.03238
0.03728
196.8
3.281

kilowatt-hrs

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0.6214
1.45
56.92
4.426 x 104
737.60
1.341
14.34
1,000.0
3,413.
3.600 x 1013
2.655 x 106
859,850
1.341
3.6 x 106
859.85
3.671 x 105

3.53
22.75
1.8532
1.151

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INTO

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meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec
meters/sec/sec
meters/sec/sec
meter-kilograms
meter-kilograms
meter-kilograms
micrograms
microliters
miles (naut.)
miles (naut.)
miles (naut.)
miles (naut.)
miles (naut.)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles (statute)
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
miles/hr
milligrams
milligrams/liter
milliliters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
millimeters
million gals/day
mPa
mils
mils
minutes (angles)
minutes (angles)
minutes (angles)
minutes (angles)

kilometers/hr
kilometers/min
miles/hr
miles/min
cms/sec/sec
ft/sec/sec
cm-dynes
cm-grams
pound-feet
grams
liters
feet
kilometers
meters
miles (statute)
yards
centimeters
feet
inches
kilometers
meters
miles (naut.)
yards
ems/sec
feet/min
feet/sec
kms/hr
kms/min
knots
meters/min
miles/min
grams
parts/million
liters
centimeters
feet
inches
kilometers
meters
miles
miles
yards
cu ft/sec
psig
centimeters
inches
degrees
seconds

3.6
0.06
2.237
0.03728
100.0
3.281
9.807 x 107
105
7.233
10-6
10-6
6,076.103
1.852
1,852.
1.1508
2,025.4
1.609 x 105
5,280.
6.336 x 104
1.609
1,609.
0.8684
1,760.
44.70
88.
1.467
1.609
0.02682
0.8684
26.82
0.01667
0.001
1.0
0.001
0.1
3.281 x 103
0.03937
10-6
0.001
6.214 x 10-7
39.37
1.094 x 10-3
1.54723
145
2.540 x 10-3
0.001
0.01667
1.852 x 10-4
2.909 x 10-4
60.0

ounces (troy)
ounces/sq. in.

pounds (troy)
pounds/sq in.

0.08333
0.0625

O
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces
ounces (fluid)
ounces (fluid)
ounces (troy)
ounces (troy)
ounces (troy)
ounces (troy)

drams
grains
grams
pounds
ounces (troy)
tons (long)
tons (metric)
cu inches
liters
grains
grams
ounces (avdp.)
pennyweights (troy)

parts/million
parts/million
parts/million
pennyweights (troy)
pennyweights (troy)
pennyweights (troy)
pennyweights (troy)
pints (dry)
pints (Iiq.)
pints (liq.)
pints (liq.)
pints (liq.)
pints (liq.)
pints (liq.)
pints (liq.)
pints (liq.)
poundals
poundals
poundals
poundals
poundals
poundals
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds (troy)
pounds of water
pounds of water
pounds of water/min
pounds of water
pound-feet
pound-feet
pound-feet
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu ft
pounds/cu in.
pounds/cu in.
pounds/cu in.
pounds/cu in.
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft

grains/U.S. gal
grains/Imp. gal
pounds/million gal
grains
ounces (troy)
grams
pounds (troy)
cu inches
cu cms.
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons
liters
quarts (liq.)
dynes
grams
joules/cm
joules/meter (newtons)
kilograms
pounds
drams
dynes
grains
grams
joules/cm
joules/meter (newtons)
poundals
kilograms
ounces
ounces (troy)
pounds (troy)
tons (short)
tons (metric)
grains
grams
ounces (avdp.)
ounces (troy)
pennyweights (troy)
pounds (avdp.)
tons (long)
tons (short)
gallons
cu feet
cu ft/sec
cu/inches
cm-dynes
cm-grams
meter-kgs
grams/cu cm
kgs/cu meter
pounds/cu in.
pounds/mil-foot
gms/ cu cm
kgs/cu meter
pounds/cu ft
pounds/mil-foot
atmospheres
feet of water

0.0584
0.07016
8.345
24.0
0.05
1.55517
4.1667 x 10-3
33.60
473.2
0.01671
28.87
4.732 x 10-4
6.189 x 10-4
0.125
0.4732
0.5
13,826.
14.10
1.383 x 10-3
0.1383
0.01410
0.03108
256.
44.4823 x 10-4
7,000.
453,5924
0.04448
4.448
32.17
0.4536
16.0
14.5833
1.21528
0.0005
3.7324 x 10-4
5,760.
373.24177
13.1657
12.0
240.0
0.822857
3.6735 x 10-4
4.1143 x 10-4
0.1198
0.01602
2.670 x 10-4
27.68
1.356 x107
13,825.
0.1383
0.01602
16.02
5.787 x 10-4
5.456 x 10-9
27.68
2.768 x 10-4
1,728.
9.425 x 10-6
4.725 x 10-4
0.01602

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16.0
437.5
28.349527
0.0625
0.9115
2.790 x 10-5
2.835 x 10-5
1.805
0.02957
480.0
31.103481
1.09714
20.0

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INTO

MULTIPLY BY

pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq ft
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.
pounds/sq in.

inches of mercury
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq in.
atmospheres
feet of water
inches of mercury
kgs/sq meter
pounds/sq ft

0.01414
4.882
6.944 x 10-3
0.06804
2.307
2.036
703.1
144.0

square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square kilometers
square meters
square meters
square meters
square meters
square meters
square meters
square meters
square miles
square miles
square miles
square miles
square miles
square millimeters
square millimeters
square millimeters
square millimeters
square mils
square mils
square mils
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards
square yards

acres
sq cms
sq ft
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq yards
acres
sq cms
sq feet
sq inches
sq miles
sq millimeters
sq yards
acres
sq feet
sq kms
sq meters
sq yards
circular mils
sq cms
sq feet
sq inches
circular mils
sq cms
sq inches
acres
sq cms
sq feet
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq millimeters

247.1
1010
10.76 x 106
1.550 x 109
106
0.3861
1.196 x 106
2.471 x 10-4
104
10.76
1,550.
3.861 x 10-7
106
1.196
640.0
27.88 x 106
2.590
2.590 x 106
3.098 x 106
1,973.
0.01
1.076 x 10-5
1.550 x 10-3
1.273
6.452 x 10-6
10-6
2.066 x 10-4
8,361.
9.0
1,296.
0.8361
3.228 x 10-7
8.361 x 105

Q
quarts (dry)
quarts (liq.)
quarts (liq.)
quarts (liq.)
quarts (liq.)
quarts (liq.)
quarts (Iiq.)
quarts (liq.)

cu inches
cu cms
cu feet
cu inches
cu meters
cu yards
gallons
liters

67.20
946.4
0.03342
57.75
9.464 x 10-4
1.238 x 10-3
0.25
0.9463

R
revolutions
revolutions
revolutions
revolutions/min
revolutions/min
revolutions/min
rods

degrees
minutes
seconds
revolutions/sec
degrees
degrees/sec
revs/sec
feet

57.30
3,438.
0.6366
2.063 x 105
0.1592
360.0
4.0
6.283
6.0
0.1047
0.01667
16.5

S
seconds (angle)
seconds (angle)
seconds (angle)
seconds (angle)
square centimeters
square centimeters
square centimeters
square centimeters
square centimeters
square centimeters
square centimeters
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square feet
square inches
square inches
square inches
square inches
square inches
square inches

degrees
minutes
circular mils
sq feet
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq millimeters
sq yards
acres
circular mils
sq cms
sq inches
sq meters
sq miles
sq millimeters
sq yards
circular mils
sq cms
sq feet
sq millimeters
sq mils
sq yards

2.778 x 10-4
0.01667
3.087 x 10-6
4.848 x 10-6
1.973 x 105
1.076 x 10-3
0.1550
0.0001
3.861 x 10-11
100.0
1.196 x 10-4
2.296 x 10-5
1.833 x 108
929.0
144.0
0.09290
3.587 x 10-8
9.290 x 104
0.1111
1.273 x 106
6.452
6.944 x 10-3
645.2
106
7.716 x 10-4

T
temperature
(C) + 273
temperature
(C) + 17.78
temperature
(C) + 460
temperature (F) - 32
tons (long)
tons (long)
tons (long)
tons (metric)
tons (metric)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)
tons (short)

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temperature (F)

1.8

1.0

temperature (C)
kilograms
pounds
tons (short)
kilograms
pounds
kilograms
ounces
ounces (troy)
pounds
pounds (troy)
tons (long)
tons (metric)

5/9
1,016.
2,240.
1.120
1,000.
2,205.
907.1848
32,000.
29,166.66
2,000.
2,430.56
0.89287
0.9078

Y
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards
yards

centimeters
kilometers
meters
miles (naut.)
miles (stat.)
millimeters

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91.44
9.144 x 10-4
0.9144
4.934 x 10-4
5.682 x 10-4
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