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This certification is a result of Buckling Pin tests conducted in the BPRV to confirm compliance with set pressure and tolerance expectations. This is called the 'Operating Pressure Column buckling test. Subject to special testing, there is the ability to increase this ratio further.
Pressure Cycling Service Buckling Pin devices are well suited to cyclic service pressure conditions.
Operating under compression, the Buckling Pin is not subject to tensile fatigue failure. The BPRV can be cycled to its maximum operating pressure ratio thousands of times.
Materials of Construction The user may specify the material of construction for each of the three major BPRV components: Standard materials are as follows: The standard materials are carbon steel and stainless steel. The minimum material is stainless steel.
The disc provides the valve sealing surface, therefore a resistant surface must be ensured. Alternate materials are the same as for the valve body. The standard material is stainless steel with Viton door seals.
Alternates may be requested. This seal engages a curved surface on the leading edge of the disc and has a profile that provides a tight shut-off from both the inlet and outlet sides of the device.
The standard seal material is fluoropolymer alternates are available upon request. On the outlet side of the disc, there are two shaft connections that hold the disc freely within the body.
These are also fitted with standard fluoropolymer seals. Free rotation of the disc about the shaft is assured by the use of either bushings or bearings depending upon size and set pressure installed with a fluoropolymer seal on either side.
The shaft seals are not in process contact from the inlet side when the BPRV is in the closed position. Alternate shaft seals are available upon request. Each device is a 'full face' design with the pipe flange bolting typically passing through the perimeter of the body.
Some flange specifications have a compact bolting pattern that would interfere with the bushings or bearings if through bolt holes were used; in these cases, a threaded blind bolt hole is provided on both sides of the BPRV so a full set of flange bolts is installed.
The piping may run horizontally, vertically, or at an oblique angle. The BPRV can be supplied set-pressure certified for any of these orientations.
The user must identify the installation configuration at time of order to ensure appropriate calibration testing of the BPRV. The BPRV body can be fitted with lifting lugs to ease maneuver of the device into place between pipe flanges. Field Reset When a Buckling Pin has functioned and the BPRV is to be reset, this can typically be accomplished while the device remains installed in the piping system.
The enclosure is opened, the used Buckling Pin removed, the disc rotated back into the closed position, a replacement Buckling Pin installed and the mechanism reset. This takes only a few minutes and can be completed by a single operator, even with the largest size BPRV.
Each device has two different temperature considerations: Compatibility of service temperature with seal materials. Buckling Pin coincident temperature at time of function. While flowing, temperatures down to cryogenic conditions can be handled. Seal performance is regained once the fluoropolymer seal has returned to the recommended operating range.
With the Buckling Pin installed in the enclosure, the process temperature does not reach the pin.
In all cases, the mechanism is fitted to a solid stainless steel baseplate to ensure rigidity. The mechanism is either installed inside a stainless steel enclosure or has an enclosure bolted to the baseplate see M photo.
The light duty M mechanism for small size BPRV devices is offered with an economic, light-weight glass fiber enclosure as an option. The mechanism front cover is provided with a latch tongue that aligns with another on the side to allow the user to add a preferred locking mechanism.
Turn latches mounted on the front of the enclosure energize the door elastomer seal. All mechanisms comprise of stainless steel and protective coated high tensile steel components. This combination avoids seizing of moving parts through the use of similar metals, and provides excellent corrosion resistance.Construction Innovation Forum • Woodward, Bloomfield Hills, MI • • Fax: • E-mail: [email protected] • feelthefish.com SLOTTED WEB STEEL BEAM-TO-COLUMN Nova Award Nomination 24 Slotted Web Steel Beam-to-Column Connection Designs.
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