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Self-operated Pressure Regulators

Type 41-23 Universal Pressure Reducing


Valve
ANSI version

Application
Pressure regulators for set points from 0.75 to 400 psi (0.05 to
28 bar) Valves in NPS to 4 (DN 15 to 100) Pressure
rating Class 125 to 300 (PN 16 to 40) Suitable for water,
gases and vapors up to 660 F (350 C)

The valve closes when the downstream pressure


rises

Special features
Low-maintenance proportional regulator requiring no auxiliary energy
Frictionless plug stem seal with stainless steel bellows
Control line kit available for tapping the pressure directly at
the valve body
Wide set point range and easy set point adjustment over a
nut
Exchangeable actuator and positioning springs
Spring-loaded, single-seated valve with upstream and
downstream pressure balancing 1) by a stainless steel
bellows
Soft-seated plug for better shut-off performance
Low-noise standard plug Special version with a flow divider St I or St III (NPS 1 to 4/DN 65 to 100) for further
noise level reduction (see Data Sheet T 8081 EN)
All wetted parts are free of non-ferrous metal
Versions
Pressure reducing valve for controlling the downstream
pressure p2 to the adjusted set point. The valve closes when the
downstream pressure rises.
Type 41-23 Standard version
Type 2412 Valve Valve in NPS to 4 (DN 15 to 100) With
metal-seated plug Body made of either cast iron A126B, cast
steel A216 WCC or cast stainless steel A351 CF8M
Type 2413 Actuator with EPDM rolling diaphragm and screw
fitting
Extended versions
Pressure reducing valve for small flow rates
Valve with micro-trim (CV = 0.0012 to 0.05/KVS = 0.001 to
0.04) or special CV/KVS coefficients (reduced cross-sectional
flow area)
Steam pressure reducing valve
with condensation chamber for steam up to 660 F (350 C)
Safety pressure reducing valve
with leakage line connection and seal or two diaphragms and
diaphragm rupture indicator Valve with downstream packing

1)

Fig. 1 Type 41-23 Universal Pressure Reducing Valve

Special versions
Control line kit for pressure tapping at the valve body
(accessories)
Internal parts made of FPM (FKM), e.g. for use with mineral
oils
Free of oil and grease for oxygen with NBR diaphragm
EPDM diaphragm with PTFE protective foil
Actuator for remote set point adjustment (autoclave control)
Bellows actuator for valves NPS to 4 (DN 15 to 100) Set
point ranges 30 to 85 psi, 75 to 150 psi, 150 to 320 psi,
300 to 400 psi (2 to 6, 5 to 10, 10 to 22, 20 to 28 bar)
Valve with flow divider St I or St III (NPS 2 to 4/DN 65 to
100) for particularly low-noise operation with gases and vapors
Version entirely made of corrosion-resistant steel

For CV 3/KVS 2.5: without balancing bellows

Associated Information Sheet

T 2500 EN

Edition May 2014

Associated Data Sheet for accessories

T 2595 EN

Data Sheet

T 2513 EN

Seat and plug of corrosion-resistant Cr steel with PTFE soft seal


(max. 440 F/220 C) With EPDM soft seal (max.
300 F/150 C)
Stellited seat and plug for low-wear operation
Free of lubricants for high-purity water or gas
Free of oil and grease for high-purity applications
Wetted plastic parts conforming to FDA regulations
(max. 140 F/60 C)
Principle of operation (see Fig. 2)
The medium flows through the valve (1) as indicated by the
arrow. The position of the valve plug (3) and the area released
between the plug and seat (2) determine the flow rate. The plug
stem (5) with the plug is connected to the stem (11) of the
actuator (10).
To control the pressure, the operating diaphragm (12) is
tensioned by the positioning springs (7) and the set point

p1

adjustment nut (6) so that the valve is opened by the force of the
positioning springs when it is relieved of pressure (p1= p2).
The downstream pressure p2 to be controlled is tapped
downstream of the valve and transmitted via the control line (14)
to the operating diaphragm (12) where it is converted into a
positioning force. This force is used to move the valve plug (3)
according to the force of the positioning springs (7), which is
adjustable at the set point adjustment nut (6). When the force
resulting from the downstream pressure p2 rises above the
adjusted set point, the valve closes proportionally to the change
in pressure.
The fully balanced valves are equipped with a balancing
bellows (4). The downstream pressure p2 acts on the inside of
the bellows, whereas the upstream pressure p1 acts on the
outside of the bellows. As a result, the forces produced by the
upstream and downstream pressures acting on the plug are
balanced.

p2

1
2

16

21
20
13
13.1

3
15

Actuator with two diaphragms and diaphragm rupture indicator

5
6
7

25

Pillars are
turned into
the plane of
projection

13
13.1

14

Actuator with leakage line connection


10
13
13.1

11
12

For 300 to
400 psi/20
to 28 bar

Fig. 2.1 Type 41-23 Universal Pressure Reducing Valve,


sectional view
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12

Valve body (Type 2412)


Seat (exchangeable)
Plug (with metal sealing)
Balancing bellows
Plug stem
Set point adjustment nut
Positioning springs
Bellows seal
Type 2413 Actuator
Actuator stem
Operating diaphragm
with diaphragm plate
13 Control line connection G
( NPT adapter in accessories)
13.1 Screw joint with restriction
14 Control line
15 Condensation chamber
16 Filler plug

20
21
25
30
31
32
34
35

Diaphragm
Diaphragm rupture indicator
Leakage line connection G
(adapter NPT in accessories)
Metal bellows actuator
Bellows with lower part
Additional springs
Bellows stem
Bracket

For 150 to
320 psi/10
to 22 bar

For 30 to 85 and
75 to 150 psi/2 to 6
and 5 to 10 bar

35

35
31
13

34
13
13.1

13.1
34
32

31

30

30

Metal bellows actuator


Fig. 2.2 Type 2413 Actuators, various versions

Fig. 2 Principle of operation, Type 41-23 Universal Pressure Reducing Valve

T 2513 EN

2
3.1

3.1
3.3

3.2

Valve for small flow rates


- CV 3 (KVS 2.5) - without balancing bellows
Metal-seated plug with
flow divider St I

2
3.1
3.2
3.3

Soft-seated plug

Fig. 3 Type 41-23 Universal Pressure Reducing Valve, equipped

Seat
Metal-seated plug
Soft-seated plug
Flow divider

Table 1 Technical data All pressures specified as gauge pressure


Valve

Type 2412

Pressure rating
Nominal size
Max. perm. diff.
pressure p

Class

125, 150 or 300

PN

16, 25 or 40

NPS

to 2

2 and 3

DN

15 to 50

65 to 80

100

psi

360

290

230

bar

25

20

16

Temperature ranges

Refer to T 2500 EN for pressure-temperature diagram


Valve plug

Metal seal: max. 660 F (350 C) PTFE soft seal: max. 430 F (220 C)
EPDM, FPM soft seal: max. 300 F (150 C) NBR soft seal: max. 175F (80 C) 1)

Leakage rate acc. to


ANSI/FCI 70-2

Metal seal: Leakage rate I ( 0.05 % of CV/KVS)


Soft seal: Leakage rate IV ( 0.01 % of CV/KVS)

Actuator with diaphragm

Set point ranges

Max. perm. temperature

Type 2413
0.75 to 3.5 psi 1.5 to 8.5 psi 3 to 17 psi 10 to 35 psi
30 to 75 psi 65 to 145 psi 115 to 230 psi
0.05 to 0.25 bar 0.1 to 0.6 bar 0.2 to 1.2 bar 0.8 to 2.5 bar
2 to 5 bar 4.5 to 10 bar 8 to 16 bar
Gases 660 F (350 C), however, max. 175 F (80 C) at the actuator 1) Liquids 300 F (150 C), with
condensation chamber max. 660 F (350 C) Steam with condensation chamber max. 660 F (350 C)

Actuator with bellows

Type 2413

Effective area
Set point ranges
1)

5.1 sq.in (33 cm)

9.6 sq.in (62 cm)

150 to 320 psi (10 to 22 bar)


300 to 400 psi (20 to 28 bar)

30 to 85 psi (2 to 6 bar)
75 to 150 psi (5 to 10 bar)

Max. 140 F (60 C) for oxygen

Table 2 Materials Material number acc. to ASTM and DIN EN


Valve

Type 2412

Pressure rating

Class 150 (PN 25)


Class 300 (PN 40)

Class 125 (PN 16)

Class 150 (PN 25)


Class 300 (PN 40)

Max. perm. temperature

570 F (300 C)

660 F (350 C)

660 F (350 C)

Body

Cast iron A126B

Cast steel A216 WCC

Cast stainless steel A351 CF8M

Seat

CrNi steel

CrNiMo steel

Plug

CrNi steel

CrNiMo steel

Seal for soft-seated plug

PTFE with 15 % glass fiber EPDM NBR FPM

Guide bushing
Balancing bellows and
bellows seal

PTFE/graphite
Forged stainless steel 1.4571

Actuator
Diaphragm cases
Diaphragm
1)

Type 2413
Sheet steel DD11 (StW22) 1)
EPDM with fabric reinforcement 2) FPM for mineral oils NBR EPDM with PTFE protective foil

In stainless steel version, CrNi steel 2) Standard version; further details in Special versions

T 2513 EN

Table 3 Max. permissible pressure at the actuator


Actuator with metal bellows

Set point ranges Actuator with rolling diaphragm


0.75 to
3.5 psi
(0.05 to
0.25 bar)

1.5 to
8.5 psi
(0.1 to
0.6 bar)

3 to
17 psi
(0.2 to
1.2 bar)

10 to
35 psi
(0.8 to
2.5 bar)

9 psi/
(0.6 bar)

9 psi
(0.6 bar)

19 psi
(1.3 bar)

30 to
75 psi
(2 to
5 bar)

65 to
145 psi
(4.5 to
10 bar)

115 to
230 psi
(8 to
16 bar)

30 to
85 psi
(2 to
6 bar)

75 to
150 psi
(5 to
10 bar)

150 to
320 psi
(10 to
22 bar)

300 to
400 psi
(20 to
28 bar)

116 psi
(8 bar)

30 psi
(2 bar)

Max. permissible pressure above the set point adjusted at the actuator
36 psi
(2.5 bar)

73 psi
(5 bar)

150 psi
(10 bar)

150 psi
(10 bar)

94 psi
(6.5 bar)

94 psi
(6.5 bar)

Table 4 Dimensions and weights


Type 41-23 Pressure Reducing Valve with actuator with rolling diaphragm
Valve size NPS (DN)
Class 125
Length L

Class 150
Class 300

Height H1
Height H3

(15)

(20)

1 (25)

1 (40)

2 (50)

2 (65)

3 (80)

4 (100)

inch

7.25

8.75

10.0

10.9

11.75

13.9

mm

184

222

254

276

298

352

inch

7.25

7.25

7.25

8.75

10.0

10.9

11.7

13.9

mm

184

184

184

222

254

276

298

352

inch

7.5

7.6

7.75

9.25

10.5

11.5

12.5

14.5

mm

191

194

197

235

267

292

0.75 to
3.5

15.4

20.1

20.7

mm

335

390

510

525

inch

2.2

2.8

3.9

4.7

mm

55

72

100

120

24.4 (620 mm)

25 (635)

Dimensions in inches and (mm)

bar
Height H
0.05 to
Actuator
0.25
Valve spring force F

17.5 (445 mm)

0.1
to 0.6

Actuator

3 to 17

0.2 to
1.2

Actuator

0.8 to
2.5

Actuator

30 to 75 2 to 5

Actuator

19.7 (500 mm)

D = 15 (380 mm), A = 100 in (640 cm)


1750 N

Height H

1.5 to
8.5

10 to 35

17.5 (445 mm)

19.7 (500 mm)

115 to
230

25 (635)

4400 N

Height H

16.9 (430 mm)

19.9 (480 mm)

23.6 (600 mm)

24.4(620)

D = 11.2 (285 mm), A = 50 in (320 cm)

Valve spring force F

4400 N

Height H

16.9 (430 mm)

18.1 (485 mm)

23.8 (605 mm)

24.4(620)

D = 8.9 (225 mm), A = 25 in (160 cm)

Valve spring force F

4400 N
16.1 (410 mm)

18.3 (465 mm)

23 (585 mm)

23.6(600)

D = 6.7 (170 mm), A = 12 in (80 cm)

Valve spring force F


4.5 to
10

24.4 (620 mm)

D = 15 (380), A = 100 in (640 cm)

Valve spring force F

Height H

65 to
150

368

13.2

Set point ranges


psi

318

inch

4400 N

Height H

16.1 (410 mm)

18.3 (465 mm)

23 (585 mm)

23.6(600)

D = 6.7 (170 mm), A = 6 in (40 cm2)

Actuator
Valve spring force F

4400 N

Height H

16.1 (410 mm)

8 to 16 Actuator

18.3 (465 mm)

23 (585 mm)

23.6(600)

D = 6.7 (170 mm), A = 6 in (40 cm)

Valve spring force F

8000 N

Weight
0.75 to
8.5
3 to 35
30 to
230
1)

0.05 to
0.6
0.2 to
2.5
2 to
16

lb

49.6

52

69.4

77.2

122.4

127.8

kg

22.5

23.5

31.5

35

51

58

67

Weight, based lb
on Class 150,
kg
approx. kg
lb

35.3

39.7

56.2

64

99.2

114.6

134.5

kg

147.7

16

18

25.5

29

45

52

61

26.5

28.7

46.3

53

88.2

103.6

123.5

12

13

21

24

40

47

56

+10 % for Class 300

T 2513 EN

Dimensions (see Tables 4 and 4.1)

L
H3

H1

Type 41-23
Universal Pressure
Reducing Valve
Actuator with two
diaphragms:
Height H + 2 (50 mm)

Type 2413
Actuator with metal
bellows

Fig. 4 Dimensions

Table 4.1 Dimensions and weights


Type 41-23 Pressure Reducing Valve with actuator with metal bellows
Valve size NPS (DN)
Class 125
Length L

Class 150
Class 300

Height H1
Height H3

(15)

(20)

1 (25)

1 (40)

2 (50)

2 (65)

3 (80)

4 (100)

inch

7.25

8.75

10.0

10.9

11.75

13.9

mm

184

222

254

276

298

352

inch

7.25

7.25

7.25

8.75

10.0

10.9

11.7

13.9

mm

184

184

184

222

254

276

298

352

inch

7.5

7.6

7.75

9.25

10.5

11.5

12.5

14.5

mm

191

194

197

235

267

292

318

368

inch

13.2

15.4

20.1

20.7

mm

335

390

510

525

inch

2.2

2.8

3.9

4.7

mm

55

72

100

120

28.5 (725 mm)

29.1(740)

28.5 (725 mm)

29.1(740)

28 (710 mm)

28.5(725)

28 (710 mm)

28.5(725)

Set point ranges


psi

Dimensions in inches and (mm)

bar
Height H

30 to 85 2 to 6

21.7 (550 mm)

23.8 (605 mm)

Actuator

A = 9.6 in (62 cm)

Valve spring force F


75 to
150

150 to
320

300 to
400

4400 N

Height H

21.7 (550 mm)

23.8 (605 mm)

5 to 10 Actuator

A = 9.6 in (62 cm)

Valve spring force F


10 to
22

20 to
28

8000 N

Height H

21.1 (535 mm)

23.2 (590 mm)

Actuator

A = 5.1 in (33 cm)

Valve spring force F

8000 N

Height H

21.1 (535 mm)

23.2 (590 mm)

Actuator

A = 5.1 in (33 cm)

Valve spring force F

8000 N

Weight
A = 5.1 in
(33 cm)
A = 9.6 in
(62 cm)
1)

lb
Weight, based kg
on Class 150,
lb
approx. kg
kg

36.4

39.5

39.7

56.2

63.9

105.8

123.5

145.5

16.5

17.9

18

25.5

29

48

56

66

46

47.4

48.5

65

72.7

119

143.3

165.3

20.9

21.5

22

29.5

33

54

65

75

+10 % for Class 300

T 2513 EN

Table 5 CV (KVS) coefficients and xFZ values Terms for noise level calculation according to VDMA 24422 (edition 1989-01)
CV KVS 1)
Valve size

Standard
version

NPS DN

CV

xFZ

Special version

KVS

CV

KVS

0.12 0.5 1.2

0.1 0.4 1

0.7 0.65 0.6

2.5

0.55

0.12 0.5 1.2

0.1 0.4 1

0.7 0.65 0.6

2.5

0.55

0.5

0.12 0.5 1.2

0.1 0.4 1

0.7 0.65 0.6

15
5

0.5

20
7.5

6.3

0.45

2 50
2 65
3 80
4 100
1)

CV I

KVS I

3.5

2.5

0.55

4 6.3

0.5 0.45

7.2

7.5 9.4

6.3 8

0.45 0.4

6 7.2

56

20

16

0.4

17

15

0.4

7.2

16 20

0.45 0.4

30

25

9.4

0.4

23

20

0.4

9.4
37

32

0.4

20 23
23 37

20 32

0.4

60

50

0.4

94

80

0.35

145

125

0.35

CV III KVS III


With flow divider

3 5 7.5

1 25

1 40

CV I KVS I
xFZ

17 30 15 25

CV III

KVS III

12 23

10 20

45

38

30

25

37

32

0.4

30

25

23

20

60

50

0.4

70

60

46

40

60

50

0.4

70

60

45

38

110

95

25

For CV 0.0012 to 0.05/KVS 0.001 to 0.04: Valve with micro-trim (NPS to 2/DN 15 to 25 only) without balancing bellows

LF For liquids:
LF = 10 (XF xFZ) y
p and y = KV
with XF =
p1 pv
KVS

Valve-specific correction terms


LG For gases and vapors:
Values as specified in the diagram

Terms for control valve sizing according to IEC 60534, Parts


2-1 and 2-2:
FL = 0.95
XT = 0.75

[dB(A)]

LG
0

xFZ Acoustical valve coefficient

-4

KVS I, KVS III For installation of a flow divider St I or St III as a


noise-reducing component Flow characteristic differences
between valves with and valves without flow dividers do not
occur until the valve has passed through approx. 80 % of its
travel range.

-8
Seat
DN

-12

1.0 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2

-16
-20

p
X= p
1
0

0.2

0.4

0.6

0.8

1.0

Fig. 5 Diagram - LG for gases and vapors -

T 2513 EN

Installation
Standard installation: Install the regulator
with the actuator suspended (pointing down).
Install the horizontal pipeline with a slight
downward slope on both sides of the valve for
condensate drainage.
Install the regulator with the direction of
flow matching the arrow on the valve
body.
Adapt the control line (not included in the Type 41-23
scope of delivery) to the conditions on site. Control line directly
A control line kit for pressure tapping di- connected to the
valve
rectly at the valve body is available on request (accessories).
Refer to EB 2512 EN for further details on installation.
Accessories
Included in the scope of delivery:
Screw joint with restriction for connection
of 3 8" control line
Additional accessories that can be ordered
separately:
Adapter G on NPT, various screw
fittings
Control line kit - optionally with or without
condensation chamber - for direct attach41-23
ment to the valve and actuator (pressure Type
Control line kit and
tapped directly at the valve body, for set condensation
chamber
points 12 psi ( 0.8 bar).
Condensation chamber for steam condensation and protection of the operating diaphragm
against extreme temperatures. This chamber is necessary for
steam and liquids above 300 F (150 C).
Detailed information on accessories can be found in Data Sheet
T 2595 EN.

Ordering text
Type 41-23 Universal Pressure Reducing Valve
Extended version ...
Nominal size NPS (DN) ...
Body material .... Class (PN) ...
CV coefficient (KVS)
Set point range ... psi (bar)
Optionally, accessories ... (see T 2595 EN)
Optionally, special version ...

Specifications subject to change without notice

T 2513 EN

T 2513 EN

2014-05

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