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MAO KHE 2220 MW THERMAL

POWER PLANT PROJECT

OPERATION MANUAL

FW PO NO.

418320160.07.CN0

FW PKG No.

1257A

Equipment Describe Oil Start-up Burners System


Customer Name

Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO.,LTD

Project Name

MaoKhe 2220MW Power Plant Project

XUZHOU COMBUSTION CONTROL RESEARCH


INSTITUTE CO.,LTD
REVB

DOCUMENT CONTROL LIST (DCL)


FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT (SHANGHAI)
COMPANY LIMITED
Contract No:
Customer Name:
Project Name:
Commodity:

418320160.07.CN0
Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO.,LTD
MaoKhe 2220MW Power Plant Project
Oil Start-up Burners System

Requisition:
418320160-1257A
Orig. Issue Date:
2011.01.12
REVISIONS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Documents are issued only when a letter or number is indicated in the revision column.
SHEET
NUMBER
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5

DOCUMENT TITLE
TOTAL INDEX
DOCUMENT LIST
MECHANIC DRAWING
ELECTRIC DRAWING
USER'S MANUAL

A
A
A
A
A

DOCUMENT CONTROL LIST (DCL)


FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT (SHANGHAI)
COMPANY LIMITED
Contract No:
Customer Name:
Project Name:
Commodity:

418320160.07.CN0
Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO.,LTD
MaoKhe 2220MW Power Plant Project
Oil Start-up Burners System

Requisition:
418320160-1257A
Orig. Issue Date:
2011.01.12
REVISIONS
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Documents are issued only when a letter or number is indicated in the revision column.
SHEET
NUMBER
418320160-1257A-exc-0002
418320160-1257A-exc-0003
418320160-1257A-6001

DOCUMENT TITLE
VALVE LIST
INSTRUMENT LIST
I/O I/O LIST

A
A
A

B
B
B

DOCUMENT CONTROL LIST (DCL)


FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT (SHANGHAI)
COMPANY LIMITED
Contract No:
Customer Name:
Project Name:
Commodity:

418320160.07.CN0
Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO.,LTD
MaoKhe 2220MW Power Plant Project
Oil Start-up Burners System

Requisition:
418320160-1257A
Orig. Issue Date:
2011.01.12
REVISIONS
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Documents are issued only when a letter or number is indicated in the revision column.
SHEET
NUMBER
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0001
418320160-1257A-0002
418320160-1257A-MP
418320160-1257A-BP
418320160-1257A-BP2

DOCUMENT TITLE
P&ID
PROCESS & INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM
START-UP BURNERS

FRONT WALL START-UP BURNER OUTLINE & SIZE

SIDE WALL START-UP BURNER OUTLINE & SIZE


MAIN SKID
INDIVIDUAL SKID
2 INDIVIDUAL SKID2

A
A
A

B
B

C
C

DOCUMENT CONTROL LIST (DCL)


FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT (SHANGHAI)
COMPANY LIMITED
Contract No:
Customer Name:
Project Name:
Commodity:

418320160.07.CN0
Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO.,LTD
MaoKhe 2220MW Power Plant Project
Oil Start-up Burners System

Requisition:
418320160-1257A
Orig. Issue Date:
2011.01.12
REVISIONS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Documents are issued only when a letter or number is indicated in the revision column.
SHEET
NUMBER

418320160-1257A-VUM
418320160-1257A-UMICD

DOCUMENT TITLE
START-UP BURNER USER'S MANUAL
HEA EXCITER USER'S MANUAL

APPLICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PNEUMATIC


ACTUATOR

APPLICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF OIL GUN


VALVE USER'S MANUAL

USER'S MANUAL OF INSTRUMENT CONTROL DEVICES

DOCUMENT CONTROL LIST (DCL)


FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT (SHANGHAI)
COMPANY LIMITED
Contract No:
Customer Name:
Project Name:
Commodity:

418320160.07.CN0
Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO.,LTD
MaoKhe 2220MW Power Plant Project
Oil Start-up Burners System

Requisition:
418320160-1257A
Orig. Issue Date:
2011.01.12
REVISIONS
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

Documents are issued only when a letter or number is indicated in the revision column.
SHEET
NUMBER

418320160-1257A-VUM
418320160-1257A-UMICD

DOCUMENT TITLE
START-UP BURNER USER'S MANUAL
HEA EXCITER USER'S MANUAL

APPLICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF PNEUMATIC


ACTUATOR

APPLICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF OIL GUN


VALVE USER'S MANUAL

USER'S MANUAL OF INSTRUMENT CONTROL DEVICES

FILTER MANUAL VALVE 1


FILTER MANUAL VALVE 2
BYPASS FILTER MANUAL VALVE 1
BYPASS FILTER MANUAL VALVE 2
FILTER
BYPASS FILTER
PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE

V-355B(FS)
V-355B(FS)
V-355B(FS)
V-355B(FS)
YF-300/80
YF-300/80
NV-006

C 1HJH20AA191

START-UP BURNER OIL SAFETY VALVE

SV4

B 1HJH20AA005

START-UP BURNER OIL MANUAL VALVE

10

D 1HJH20AA006

START-UP BURNER OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

11

D 1HJH20AA007

START-UP BURNER OIL BYPASS FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

12
13
14
15

B
B
B
D

START-UP
START-UP
START-UP
START-UP

16

D 1HJH20AA008

START-UP BURNER OIL RETURN FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

17
18

B 1HJH20AA009
D 1HJH30AA001

START-UP BURNER OIL RETURN MANUAL CONTROL VALVE


START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL MANUAL VALVE

19

D 1HJH30AA002

START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

20

D 1HJH30AA003

START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL BYPASS FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

21
22
23
24

C
B
B
D

START-UP
START-UP
START-UP
START-UP

25

D 1HJH30AA004

START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL RETURN FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51

B
B
B
B
B
B
C
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
C
B

START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL RETURN MANUAL CONTROL VALVE


START-UP BURNER STEAM MANUAL VALVE
START-UP BURNER STEAM STRAINERS
START-UP BURNER STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
START-UP BURNER STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM MANUAL VALVE
START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
START-UP BURNER WATER DRAIN MANUAL VALVE 1
START-UP BURNER WATER DRAIN MANUAL VALVE 2
START-UP BURNER WATER DRAIN MANUAL VALVE 3
START-UP BURNER WATER DRAIN VALVE
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR STRAINERS
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 1
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 2
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 3
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 4
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 5
START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 6
1#START-UP BURNER OIL MANUAL VALVE
1#START-UP BURNER OIL PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
1#START-UP BURNER OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

52

D 1HJH21AA002

1#START-UP BURNER OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

53
54
55
56

B
B
D
B

1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP

57

D 1HJH31AA002

V-355B(FS)
V-355B(FS)/125SR/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-355S(FS)/100SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
V-355S(FS)/100SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
TJ40H-300
V-255S(FS)
V-355S(FS)/75SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
V-355S(FS)/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
1 inch 95HP
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
V-355S(FS)/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
TJ40H-300
V-255Q(BW)
YF-300/80(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)
DM603
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)
V-255Q(SW)
V-255Q(SW)
BK15
V-255S
QSL-25
QTY-25
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
1 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/75SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61

1HJH20AA302
1HJH20AA303
1HJH20AA304
1HJH20AA401

1HJH30AA101
1HJH30AA301
1HJH30AA302
1HJH30AA401

1HJH30AA005
1HJM20AA001
1HJM20AT101
1HJM20AA301
1HJM20AA302
1HJM30AA001
1HJM30AA101
1HJM30AA301
1HJM20AA003
1HJM20AA004
1HJM20AA005
1HJM20AB001
1QFJ20AA001
1QFJ20AT001
1QFJ20AA101
1QFJ20AA301
1QFJ20AA302
1QFJ20AA002
1QFJ20AA003
1QFJ20AA004
1QFJ20AA005
1QFJ20AA006
1QFJ20AA007
1HJH21AA001
1HJH21AA101
1HJH21AA302

1HJH21AA003
1HJH21AA301
1HJH31AA001
1HJH31AA301

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL

PRESSURE
PRESSURE
PRESSURE
DRAINING

IGNITION
IGNITION
IGNITION
IGNITION

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL

SWITCH VALVE 1
SWITCH VALVE 2
SWITCH VALVE 3
VALVE

PRESSURE
PRESSURE
PRESSURE
DRAINING

RELIEF VALVE
GAUGE VALVE
SWITCH VALVE
VALVE

CHECK VALVE
OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION OIL MANUAL VALVE
IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

1#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

P&ID DWG

PURCHASE BY

MANUF.

STATE

MEDIUM

BODY MATERAIL

CLASS

SIZE

ACTUATOR

DESIGN T
(C)

OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL

Design P
Unit

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

FLUID
Design

REV.D
.
DATE: 08/02/2010

Design P

START-UP
START-UP
START-UP
START-UP
START-UP
START-UP
START-UP

TYPE

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

BY:LH
CHK'D:GKY
APPR.:CHZ
END CONNECTION


1 B 1HJH20AA001
2 B 1HJH20AA002
3 B 1HJH20AA003
4 B 1HJH20AA004
5 B 1HJH20AT001
6 B 1HJH20AT002
7 B 1HJH20AA301

MODEL nc.

VALVE LIST
2220MW MaoKhe-PROJECT
418320160-1257A-exc-0002

CUSTOMER TAG

REV

SERIAL NO.

Xuzhou Combustion Control Tech. Co., Ltd

MAN DN80
MAN DN80
MAN DN80
MAN DN80
SELF DN80
SELF DN80
MAN 1/2"

BUTT WELD
BUTT WELD
BUTT WELD
BUTT WELD
FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED


300 CF8M
H.O.
300 CF8M
H.O.
300 CF8M
H.O.
300 CF8M
H.O.
300 CF8M
H.O.
300 CF8M
H.O.
300 CF8M
H.O.

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100
100
100
100

SELF DN50

FLANGED

PN40 GS-C25

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

BALL

MAN

DN80

BUTT WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

Set pressure1.8MParated
flow: 38350 kg/h
API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

BALL

PNEU DN80

BUTT WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

BALL

PNEU DN50

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD

300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

BALL

PNEU DN50

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

GLOBE
BALL

MAN
MAN

DN50
DN25

FLANGED
SOCKET WELD

300
300

SS316
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.

1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa

100
100

NO
NO

SHGF
MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

BALL

PNEU DN25

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

PRV
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD

300
300
300
300

WCC
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

Outlet Pressure0.40.5MPa

NO
NO
NO

FISHER
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

GLOBE
BALL
Y
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL
PRV
NEEDLE
BALL
BALL
BALL

MAN
MAN
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN

DN15
DN80
DN80
1/2"
1/2"
DN25
1"
1/2"
DN25
DN25
DN25
DN40
BALL
MAN DN25
SELF DN25
SELF DN25
NEEDLE
MAN 1/2"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/2"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/4"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/4"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/4"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/4"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/4"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/4"
BALL
MAN DN32
REGULATE PNEU 1"
NEEDLE
MAN 1/2"

FLANGED
BUTT WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
SOCKET WELD
G1 THREADED
G1 THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300
300
PN40
300
300
300
300
PN40
300

SS316
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

1.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

CF8M

H.O.
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

SHGF
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MANKENBERG
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
GESTRA
MODENTIC
JPC
JPC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN32

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
BALL
NEEDLE

SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL
BALL
BALL
BALL
Y
Y
NEEDLE

1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
DN25

1"
1/2"
1/2"
DN15

DN32
1/2"
DN15
1/2"

NO
NO
NC
NC

NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC


XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

MANKENBERG XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

REMARKS

API 607-Fire
API 607-Fire
API 607-Fire
API 607-Fire

Safe
Safe
Safe
Safe

Certificate
Certificate
Certificate
Certificate

Outlet Pressure:0.450.55MPa

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate


API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

Xuzhou Combustion Control Tech. Co., Ltd

VALVE LIST
2220MW MaoKhe-PROJECT
418320160-1257A-exc-0002

58
59
60
61
62

B
B
B
C
B

63

D 1HJM21AA002

1#START-UP BURNER STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

64

D 1HJM21AA003

1#START-UP BURNER STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

65
66
67
68
69

B
B
B
B
B

1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP

70

D 1HJM31AA002

1#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

71

D 1HJM31AA003

1#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79

B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B

1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP

80

D 1HJS21AA002

1#START-UP BURNER MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

81

D 1HJS21AA003

1#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
C
B

1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP

1HJH31AA003
1HJH31AA302
1HJM21AA001
1HJM21AA101
1HJM21AA303

1HJM21AA004
1HJM21AA005
1HJM21AA302
1HJM21AA301
1HJM31AA001

1HJM31AA004
1HJM31AA005
1HJM31AA301
1HJM31AA302
1HJS21AA001
1HJS21AT201
1HJS21AA101
1HJQ21AA003

1HJS21AA004
1HJS21AA005
1QFJ21AA001
1QFJ21AA002
1QFJ21AA003
1QFJ21AA004
1QFJ21AA005
1QFJ21AA006
1QFJ21AA007
1QFJ21AA008
1QFJ21AA009
1QFJ21AA010
1QFJ21AA011
1QFJ21AA012
1QFJ21AA013
1HJQ21AA001
1HJA21AA004
1HJH22AA001
1HJH22AA101
1HJH22AA302

1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP
1#START-UP

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION OIL CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
STEAM MANUAL VALVE
STEAM PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER VALVE

STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION STEAM MANUAL VALVE

IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
AIR PURGING MANUAL VALVE
AIR PURGING STRAINERS
AIR PURGING PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
AIR PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE

MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 1
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 2
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 3
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 4
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 5
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 6
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 7
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 8
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 9
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 10
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 11
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 12
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 13
COOLING AIR MANUAL VALVE
SCANNER MANUAL VALVE
OIL MANUAL VALVE
OIL PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

102 D 1HJH22AA002

2#START-UP BURNER OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

103
104
105
106

2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP

B
B
D
B

1HJH22AA003
1HJH22AA301
1HJH32AA001
1HJH32AA301

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

CHECK VALVE
OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION OIL MANUAL VALVE
IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

107 D 1HJH32AA002

2#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

108
109
110
111
112

2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP

B
B
B
C
B

1HJH32AA003
1HJH32AA302
1HJM22AA001
1HJM22AA101
1HJM22AA303

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION OIL CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
STEAM MANUAL VALVE
STEAM PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER VALVE

113 D 1HJM22AA002

2#START-UP BURNER STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

114 D 1HJM22AA003

2#START-UP BURNER STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

115
116
117
118
119

2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B

1HJM22AA004
1HJM22AA005
1HJM22AA302
1HJM22AA301
1HJM32AA001

120 D 1HJM32AA002

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION STEAM MANUAL VALVE

2#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

FSC-800
NV-006
V-255Q(SW)
1-1/2 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255S
QSL-15
QTY-15
NV-006
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S
V-206
V-255S(FS)
1 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/75SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255Q(SW)
1-1/2 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1

NEEDLE
BALL
REGULATE
NEEDLE

SELF
MAN
MAN
PNEU
MAN

BALL

BY:LH
CHK'D:GKY
APPR.:CHZ

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

1.8
1.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
G1/2THREADED
G1/2THREADED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

NEEDLE

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
SELF
SELF
MAN

300

CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
20
20
20
20

NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
JPC
JPC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

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

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
SELF
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
BALL
MAN
BALL
MAN
BALL
MAN
REGULATE PNEU
NEEDLE
MAN

DN15
1/2"
DN40
1-1/2"
1/2"

DN40
DN40
1/2"
1/2"
DN15

DN15
DN15
1/2"
1/2"
DN15
DN15
DN15
1/2"

1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
DN40
DN32
DN32
1"
1/2"

NO
NO
NC

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN32

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
BALL
NEEDLE

SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

1.8
1.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

SELF
NEEDLE
MAN
BALL
MAN
REGULATE PNEU
NEEDLE
MAN

DN32
1/2"
DN15
1/2"

DN15
1/2"
DN40
1-1/2"
1/2"

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

DN40
DN40
1/2"
1/2"
DN15

REV.D
.
DATE: 08/02/2010

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate


API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

Xuzhou Combustion Control Tech. Co., Ltd

VALVE LIST
2220MW MaoKhe-PROJECT
418320160-1257A-exc-0002

121 D 1HJM32AA003

2#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129

2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B

1HJM32AA004
1HJM32AA005
1HJM32AA301
1HJM32AA302
1HJS22AA001
1HJS22AT201
1HJS22AA101
1HJQ22AA003

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
AIR PURGING MANUAL VALVE
AIR PURGING STRAINERS
AIR PURGING PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
AIR PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE

130 D 1HJS22AA002

2#START-UP BURNER MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

131 D 1HJS22AA003

2#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151

2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
2#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
C
B

1HJS22AA004
1HJS22AA005
1QFJ22AA001
1QFJ22AA002
1QFJ22AA003
1QFJ22AA004
1QFJ22AA005
1QFJ22AA006
1QFJ22AA007
1QFJ22AA008
1QFJ22AA009
1QFJ22AA010
1QFJ22AA011
1QFJ22AA012
1QFJ22AA013
1HJQ22AA001
1HJA22AA004
1HJH23AA001
1HJH23AA101
1HJH23AA302

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 1
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 2
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 3
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 4
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 5
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 6
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 7
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 8
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 9
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 10
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 11
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 12
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 13
COOLING AIR MANUAL VALVE
SCANNER MANUAL VALVE
OIL MANUAL VALVE
OIL PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

152 D 1HJH23AA002

3#START-UP BURNER OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

153
154
155
156

3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP

B
B
D
B

1HJH23AA003
1HJH23AA301
1HJH33AA001
1HJH33AA301

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

CHECK VALVE
OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION OIL MANUAL VALVE
IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

157 D 1HJH33AA002

3#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

158
159
160
161
162

3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP

B
B
B
C
B

1HJH33AA003
1HJH33AA302
1HJM23AA001
1HJM23AA101
1HJM23AA303

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION OIL CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
STEAM MANUAL VALVE
STEAM PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER VALVE

163 D 1HJM23AA002

3#START-UP BURNER STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

164 D 1HJM23AA003

3#START-UP BURNER STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

165
166
167
168
169

3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B

1HJM23AA004
1HJM23AA005
1HJM23AA302
1HJM23AA301
1HJM33AA001

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION STEAM MANUAL VALVE

170 D 1HJM33AA002

3#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

171 D 1HJM33AA003

3#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179

3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B

1HJM33AA004
1HJM33AA005
1HJM33AA301
1HJM33AA302
1HJS23AA001
1HJS23AT201
1HJS23AA101
1HJQ23AA003

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
AIR PURGING MANUAL VALVE
AIR PURGING STRAINERS
AIR PURGING PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
AIR PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE

180 D 1HJS23AA002

3#START-UP BURNER MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

181 D 1HJS23AA003

3#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

182 B 1HJS23AA004
183 B 1HJS23AA005

3#START-UP BURNER MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE


3#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE

V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255S
QSL-15
QTY-15
NV-006
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S
V-206
V-255S(FS)
1 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/75SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255Q(SW)
1-1/2 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255S
QSL-15
QTY-15
NV-006
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
FSC-800

BALL

BY:LH
CHK'D:GKY
APPR.:CHZ

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
G1/2THREADED
G1/2THREADED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

NEEDLE

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
SELF
SELF
MAN

300

CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
20
20
20
20

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

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

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
SELF
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
NEEDLE
MAN
BALL
MAN
BALL
MAN
BALL
MAN
REGULATE PNEU
NEEDLE
MAN

DN15
DN15
1/2"
1/2"
DN15
DN15
DN15
1/2"

1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
DN40
DN32
DN32
1"
1/2"

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
JPC
JPC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

NO
NO
NC

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN32

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
BALL
NEEDLE

SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

1.2
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
BALL
REGULATE
NEEDLE

SELF
MAN
MAN
PNEU
MAN

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

1.8
1.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
G1/2THREADED
G1/2THREADED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

NEEDLE

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
SELF
SELF
MAN

300

CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
20
20
20
20

NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
JPC
JPC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

SELF 1/4"
SELF 1/4"

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED

300
300

CF8M
CF8M

AIR
AIR

0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa

20
20

MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003
XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

DN32
1/2"
DN15
1/2"

DN15
1/2"
DN40
1-1/2"
1/2"

DN40
DN40
1/2"
1/2"
DN15

DN15
DN15
1/2"
1/2"
DN15
DN15
DN15
1/2"

NO
NO
NC

REV.D
.
DATE: 08/02/2010

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate


API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

Xuzhou Combustion Control Tech. Co., Ltd

184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D
D
C
B

1QFJ23AA001
1QFJ23AA002
1QFJ23AA003
1QFJ23AA004
1QFJ23AA005
1QFJ23AA006
1QFJ23AA007
1QFJ23AA008
1QFJ23AA009
1QFJ23AA010
1QFJ23AA011
1QFJ23AA012
1QFJ23AA013
1HJQ23AA001
1HJA23AA004
1HJH24AA001
1HJH24AA101
1HJH24AA302

3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
3#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

VALVE LIST
2220MW MaoKhe-PROJECT
418320160-1257A-exc-0002
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE
COOLING AIR MANUAL VALVE
SCANNER MANUAL VALVE
OIL MANUAL VALVE
OIL PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

202 D 1HJH24AA002

4#START-UP BURNER OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

203
204
205
206

4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP

B
B
D
B

1HJH24AA003
1HJH24AA301
1HJH34AA001
1HJH34AA301

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

CHECK VALVE
OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION OIL MANUAL VALVE
IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE

207 D 1HJH34AA002

4#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

208
209
210
211
212

4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP

B
B
B
C
B

1HJH34AA003
1HJH34AA302
1HJM24AA001
1HJM24AA101
1HJM24AA303

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION OIL CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
STEAM MANUAL VALVE
STEAM PNEUMATIC CONTROL VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER VALVE

213 D 1HJM24AA002

4#START-UP BURNER STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

214 D 1HJM24AA003

4#START-UP BURNER STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

215
216
217
218
219

4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B

1HJM24AA004
1HJM24AA005
1HJM24AA302
1HJM24AA301
1HJM34AA001

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
IGNITION STEAM MANUAL VALVE

220 D 1HJM34AA002

4#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

221 D 1HJM34AA003

4#START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229

4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B
A
A
B

1HJM34AA004
1HJM34AA005
1HJM34AA301
1HJM34AA302
1HJS24AA001
1HJS24AT201
1HJS24AA101
1HJQ24AA003

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

IGNITION STEAM ATOMIZING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION STEAM PURGING CHECK VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH VALVE
IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE
AIR PURGING MANUAL VALVE
AIR PURGING STRAINERS
AIR PURGING PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
AIR PRESSURE GAUGE VALVE

230 D 1HJS24AA002

4#START-UP BURNER MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

231 D 1HJS24AA003

4#START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING FAST SHUTOFF VALVE

232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248

4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP
4#START-UP

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
D
D

1HJS24AA004
1HJS24AA005
1QFJ24AA001
1QFJ24AA002
1QFJ24AA003
1QFJ24AA004
1QFJ24AA005
1QFJ24AA006
1QFJ24AA007
1QFJ24AA008
1QFJ24AA009
1QFJ24AA010
1QFJ24AA011
1QFJ24AA012
1QFJ24AA013
1HJQ24AA001
1HJA24AA004

BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER
BURNER

MAIN OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE


IGNITION OIL GUN AIR PURGING CHECK VALVE
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 1
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 2
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 3
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 4
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 5
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 6
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 7
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 8
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 9
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 10
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 11
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 12
INSTRUMENT AIR MANUAL VALVE 13
COOLING AIR MANUAL VALVE
SCANNER MANUAL VALVE

NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S
V-206
V-255S(FS)
1 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/75SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255S(FS)
NV-006
V-355S(FS)/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
NV-006
V-255Q(SW)
1-1/2 inch GX Valve & Actr
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/160SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255Q(SW)
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
V-255Q(SW)/115SR(HIGH TEMP.)/
LSM-300/MVSC-300-3E1
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
NV-006(HIGH TEMP.)
V-255S
QSL-15
QTY-15
NV-006
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
V-355S/63SR/
LSM-300/EV-61
FSC-800
FSC-800
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
NV-006
V-255S
V-206

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL
BALL
BALL
REGULATE
NEEDLE

MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
PNEU
MAN

BALL

BY:LH
CHK'D:GKY
APPR.:CHZ

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

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

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NC
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

PNEU DN32

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
BALL
NEEDLE

SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
H.O.
H.O.

1.2
1.8
1.8
1.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
100
100

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

H.O.

1.8

MPa

100

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

FLANGED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
FLANGED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
WCC
CF8M

H.O.
H.O.
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

1.8
1.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

100
100
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
FISHER
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

SELF
NEEDLE
MAN
BALL
MAN
REGULATE PNEU
NEEDLE
MAN

1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
DN40
DN32
DN32
1"
1/2"

DN32
1/2"
DN15
1/2"

DN15
1/2"
DN40
1-1/2"
1/2"

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN40

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
350

NO
NO
NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NO

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN15

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

STEAM

0.8

MPa

350

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

FLANGED
FLANGED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
G1/2THREADED
G1/2THREADED
NPT THREADED

300
300
300
300
300

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

NEEDLE

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
SELF
SELF
MAN

300

CF8M

STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
STEAM
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

350
350
350
350
20
20
20
20

NO

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
JPC
JPC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

BALL

PNEU DN8

SOCKET WELD

300

CF8M

AIR

0.8

MPa

20

NC

MODENTIC

XCC 418320160-1257A-0003

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL
BALL

SELF
SELF
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN
MAN

NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
NPT THREADED
SOCKET WELD
SOCKET WELD

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

CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M
CF8M

AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR
AIR

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NC
NC

MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC
MODENTIC

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

NEEDLE
NEEDLE
BALL

DN40
DN40
1/2"
1/2"
DN15

DN15
DN15
1/2"
1/2"
DN15
DN15
DN15
1/2"

1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
1/4"
DN40
DN32

NO
NO
NC

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003
418320160-1257A-0003

REV.D
.
DATE: 08/02/2010

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

API 607-Fire Safe Certificate


API 607-Fire Safe Certificate

MODEL

PG-1HJH20CP001 START-UP BURNER OIL PRESSURE GAUGE


YJTFP-100
PS-1HJH20CP101 START-UP BURNER OIL PRESSURE SWITCH 1
6NN-EE45-M1-C2A
PS-1HJH20CP102 START-UP BURNER OIL PRESSURE SWITCH 2
6NN-EE45-M1-C2A
PS-1HJH20CP103 START-UP BURNER OIL PRESSURE SWITCH 3
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH30CP001 START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJH30CP101 START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE45-M1-C2A
1HJH20CF201QB01START-UP BURNER OIL RETURN FLOW METER SENSOR
R100S129NCAAEZZZZ
FT-1HJH20CF201 START-UP BURNER OIL RETURN FLOW METER TRANSMITTER
1700I12ABAEZZZ
TG-1HJH20CT001 START-UP BURNER OIL RETURN TEMP. GAUGE
WSS481W
TS-1HJH20CT101 START-UP BURNER OIL RETURN TEMP. SWITCH
201NN-EE125-U9-C7A
1HJH30CF201QB01START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL RETURN FLOW METER SENSOR
R025S114NCAAEZZZZ
FT-1HJH20CF201 START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL RETURN FLOW METER TRANSMITTER
1700I12ABAEZZZ
TG-1HJH20CT001 START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL RETURN TEMP. GAUGE
WSS481W
TS-1HJH20CT101 START-UP BURNER IGNITION OIL RETURN TEMP. SWITCH
201NN-EE125-U9-C7A
PG-1HJM20CP001 START-UP BURNER STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJM20CP101 START-UP BURNER STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM30CP001 START-UP BURNER IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PG-1QFJ20CP001 START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFN-100
PS-1QFJ20CP101 START-UP BURNER INSTRUMENT AIR PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
1HJH21CF201QB01START-UP BURNER 1 OIL FLOW METER SENSOR
R100S129NCAAEZZZZ
FT-1HJH21CF201 START-UP BURNER 1 OIL FLOW METER TRANSMITTER
1700I12ABAEZZZ
PS-1HJH21CP101 START-UP BURNER 1 OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH21CP001 START-UP BURNER 1 OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJH31CP101 START-UP BURNER 1 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH31CP001 START-UP BURNER 1 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PT-1HJM21CP201 START-UP BURNER 1 STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
EJA430A-EAS4A-97EN
PS-1HJM21CP101 START-UP BURNER 1 STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM21CP001 START-UP BURNER 1 STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJM31CP101 START-UP BURNER 1 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM31CP001 START-UP BURNER 1 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PG-1HJQ21CP001 START-UP BURNER 1 PURGE AIR PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFN-100
1HJH22CF201QB01START-UP BURNER 2 OIL FLOW METER SENSOR
R100S129NCAAEZZZZ
FT-1HJH22CF201 START-UP BURNER 2 OIL FLOW METER TRANSMITTER
1700I12ABAEZZZ
PS-1HJH22CP101 START-UP BURNER 2 OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH22CP001 START-UP BURNER 2 OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJH32CP101 START-UP BURNER 2 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH32CP001 START-UP BURNER 2 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PT-1HJM22CP201 START-UP BURNER 2 STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
EJA430A-EAS4A-97EN
PS-1HJM22CP101 START-UP BURNER 2 STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM22CP001 START-UP BURNER 2 STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJM32CP101 START-UP BURNER 2 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM32CP001 START-UP BURNER 2 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PG-1HJQ22CP001 START-UP BURNER 2 PURGE AIR PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFN-100
1HJH23CF201QB01START-UP BURNER 3 OIL FLOW METER SENSOR
R100S129NCAAEZZZZ
FT-1HJH23CF201 START-UP BURNER 3 OIL FLOW METER TRANSMITTER
1700I12ABAEZZZ
PS-1HJH23CP101 START-UP BURNER 3 OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH23CP001 START-UP BURNER 3 OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJH33CP101 START-UP BURNER 3 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH33CP001 START-UP BURNER 3 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PT-1HJM23CP201 START-UP BURNER 3 STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
EJA430A-EAS4A-97EN
PS-1HJM23CP101 START-UP BURNER 3 STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM23CP001 START-UP BURNER 3 STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJM33CP101 START-UP BURNER 3 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM33CP001 START-UP BURNER 3 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PG-1HJQ23CP001 START-UP BURNER 3 PURGE AIR PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFN-100
1HJH24CF201QB01START-UP BURNER 4 OIL FLOW METER SENSOR
R100S129NCAAEZZZZ
FT-1HJH24CF201 START-UP BURNER 4 OIL FLOW METER TRANSMITTER
1700I12ABAEZZZ
PS-1HJH24CP101 START-UP BURNER 4 OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH24CP001 START-UP BURNER 4 OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJH34CP101 START-UP BURNER 4 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJH34CP001 START-UP BURNER 4 IGNITION OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PT-1HJM24CP201 START-UP BURNER 4 STEAM PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
EJA430A-EAS4A-97EN
PS-1HJM24CP101 START-UP BURNER 4 STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM24CP001 START-UP BURNER 4 STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PS-1HJM34CP101 START-UP BURNER 4 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE SWITCH
6NN-EE3-M1-C2A
PG-1HJM34CP001 START-UP BURNER 4 IGNITION STEAM PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFP-100
PG-1HJQ24CP001 START-UP BURNER 4 PURGE AIR PRESSURE GAUGE
YJTFN-100

PG
PS
PS
PS
PG
PS
FE
FT
TG
TS
FE
FT
TG
TS
PG
PS
PG
PG
PS
FE
FT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PG
FE
FT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PG
FE
FT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PG
FE
FT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PT
PS
PG
PS
PG
PG

MEDIU
M
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL
OIL

NORMAL
P(MPa)
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2

OIL
OIL
OIL

1.2
1.2
1.2

OIL
1.2
OIL
1.2
STEAM
0.8
STEAM
0.8
STEAM
0.8
AIR
0.60.8
AIR
0.60.8
OIL
1.1
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.5
OIL
0.5
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM 0.45 0.55
STEAM 0.45 0.55
AIR
0.6
OIL
1.1
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.5
OIL
0.5
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM 0.45 0.55
STEAM 0.45 0.55
AIR
0.6
OIL
1.1
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.5
OIL
0.5
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM 0.45 0.55
STEAM 0.45 0.55
AIR
0.6
OIL
1.1
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.9
OIL
0.5
OIL
0.5
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM
0.65
STEAM 0.45 0.55
STEAM 0.45 0.55
AIR
0.6

MEASURING RANGE

NORMAL NORMAL
F(kg/h)
T (C)
90
90
90
90
90
90
13500
90

MIN

MAX

0
2.5
0.172 1.89
0.172 1.89
0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.172 1.89
0
32650
0
5
0

CALIBRATED
RANGE

PROCESS
MIN
UNIT
MPa
0
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
0
MPa
kg/h
0

MAX
2.5

2.5

UNIT MIN MAX UNIT


MPa

MPa

27000 kg/h

200
107
2720

kg/h

0
5
0

200
107
2500

kg/h

0
5
0

200
107
1.6

MPa

0
0

1.6
1.6

MPa
MPa

8000

kg/h

2.5

MPa

0
0

2.5
1.2

MPa
MPa

1.6

MPa

1250

90
90
90

5360

90
90
350
350
350
20
20
90

0
200
5
107
0
1.6
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0
1.6
0.083 0.69
0
32650

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
kg/h

5360

90
90
90
90
350
350
350
350
350
20
90

0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.03
3
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0
1.6
0
32650

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
kg/h

5360

90
90
90
90
350
350
350
350
350
20
90

0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.03
3
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0
1.6
0
32650

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
kg/h

5360

90
90
90
90
350
350
350
350
350
20
90

0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.083 0.69
0
2.5
0.03
3
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0.083 0.69
0
1.6
0
1.6
0
32650

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
kg/h

90
90
90
90
350
350
350
350
350
20

0.083
0
0.083
0
0.03
0.083
0
0.083
0
0

MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa
MPa

0.69
2.5
0.69
2.5
3
0.69
1.6
0.69
1.6
1.6

0
0
0

1.6
MPa
1.6
MPa
8000 kg/h

2.5

MPa

0
0

2.5
1.2

MPa
MPa

1.6

MPa

0
0
0

1.6
MPa
1.6
MPa
8000 kg/h

2.5

MPa

0
0

2.5
1.2

MPa
MPa

1.6

MPa

0
0
0

SIGNAL RANGE

1.6
MPa
1.6
MPa
8000 kg/h

2.5

MPa

0
0

2.5
1.2

MPa
MPa

1.6

MPa

0
0

1.6
1.6

MPa
MPa

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

mA

1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1" FLANGE

ENCLOSURE
RATINGS

A
B
B
A
A
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

FLUID

DEVICE
TYPE

ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION

REV

Z1
Z2
Z3
Z4
Z5
Z6
Z7
Z8
Z9
Z10
Z11
Z12
Z13
Z14
Z15
Z16
Z17
Z18
Z19
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
D10
D11
D12

TAG NAME

BY: LH
CHK'D:GKY
APPR.:CHZ

INSTRUMENT INDEX
2220MW MaoKhe-PROJECT
418320160-1257A-exc-0003
PROCESS
CONNECTION

SERIAL NO.

Xuzhou Combustion Control Tech. Co., Ltd

3/4"NPT
3/4"NPT
3/4"NPT

IP65
IP65
IP65

3/4"NPT

IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65

1/2'' NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
mA 1/2" FLANGE
1/2'' NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
mA 1" FLANGE
1/2'' NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA 1" FLANGE
1/2'' NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA 1" FLANGE
1/2'' NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA 1" FLANGE
1/2'' NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
mA
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT
3/4"NPT
1/2"NPT
1/2"NPT

IP65

IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65

IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65

IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65

IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65
IP65

P&ID

MANUF.

418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 EJA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 EJA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 EJA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 ROSEMOUNT
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 EJA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 SOR
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA
418320160-1257A-0003 WANDA

SUPPLIED
BY

XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC
XCC

.
REV.B
DATE: 08/05/2010

REMARKS

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:1.2MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.8MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.8MPa

DPDT,SET TEMP.:90

DPDT,SET TEMP.:90
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa
DPDT,SET PRESSURE:0.3MPa

I/O LIST
FW CONTRACT NO.: 418320160
Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO., LTD
Maokhe 2x220MWe Power Plant
Dong Trieu District, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam

1HJH20CF201
1HJH20CT101
1HJM20CP101
1QFJ20CP101
1HJH20AA006YB01
1HJH20AA006XB02
1HJH20AA006XB01
1HJH20CP101
1HJH20CP102
1HJH20CP103
1HJH20AA007YB01
1HJH20AA007XB02
1HJH20AA007XB01
1HJM21AA002YB01
1HJM21CP201
1HJM21AA002XB02
1HJM21AA002XB01
1HJM21AA101YQ01
1HJM21AA101XQ01
1HJM21CP101
1HJM21AA003YB01
1HJM21AA003XB02
1HJM21AA003XB01
1HJH21CF201
1HJH21CP101
1HJH21AA101YQ01
1HJH21AA101XQ01
1HJH21AA002YB01
1HJH21AA002XB02
1HJH21AA002XB01
1HJA21AA003YB01
1HJA21GT001YB01
1HJA21GT001XB01
1HJA21CG107
1HJA21CG108
1HJA21AA001YB01
1HJA21AA001YB02
1HJA21CG103
1HJA21CG101
1HJA21CG102
1HJM22AA002YB01
1HJM22CP201
1HJM22AA002XB02
1HJM22AA002XB01
1HJM22AA101YQ01
1HJM22AA101XQ01
1HJM22CP101
1HJM22AA003YB01
1HJM22AA003XB02
1HJM22AA003XB01
1HJH22CF201
1HJH22CP101
1HJH22AA101YQ01
1HJH22AA101XQ01
1HJH22AA002YB01
1HJH22AA002XB02
1HJH22AA002XB01
1HJA22AA003YB01
1HJA22GT001YB01
1HJA22GT001XB01
1HJA22CG107
1HJA22CG108
1HJA22AA001YB01
1HJA22AA001YB02
1HJA22CG103
1HJA22CG101
1HJA22CG102
1HJM23AA002YB01
1HJM23CP201
1HJM23AA002XB02
1HJM23AA002XB01

FUEL OIL RETURN FLOW


FUEL OIL RETURN TEMPERATURE NOT LOW
ATOMIZING STEAM SUPPLY HDR PRESS NOT LOW
INSTR AIR SUPPLY HDR PRESS NOT LOW
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR SAFETY SHUT OFF VALVE OP/CLS
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR SAFETY SHUT OFF VALVE CLOSED
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR SAFETY SHUT OFF VALVE OPEN
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR PRESS NOT LOW
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR PRESS NOT LOW
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR PRESS NOT LOW
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR CIRCULATING VALVE OP/CLS
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR CIRCULATING VALVE CLOSED
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR CIRCULATING VALVE OPEN
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A PRESS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A CONTROL VALVE I/P
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A CONTROL VALVE POS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER A PRESS NOT LOW
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER A SHUTOFF OPEN/CLOSE
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER A FUEL OIL FLOW
BURNER A FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
BURNER A FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE I/P
BURNER A FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE POS
BURNER A FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
BURNER A FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
BURNER A FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER A HEEI ACTUATOR INSERT/RETRACT
BURNER A HEEI IGNITION START
BURNER A HEEI CURRENT PROVEN
BURNER A HEEI IGNITOR INSERTED
BURNER A HEEI IGNITOR RETRACTED
BURNER A OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
BURNER A OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
BURNER A COUPLED
BURNER A OIL GUN INSERTED
BURNER A OIL GUN RETRACTED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B PRESS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B CONTROL VALVE I/P
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B CONTROL VALVE POS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER B PRESS NOT LOW
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER B FUEL OIL FLOW
BURNER B FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
BURNER B FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE I/P
BURNER B FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE POS
BURNER B FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
BURNER B FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
BURNER B FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER B HEEI ACTUATOR INSERT/RETRACT
BURNER B HEEI IGNITION START
BURNER B HEEI CURRENT PROVEN
BURNER B HEEI IGNITOR INSERTED
BURNER B HEEI IGNITOR RETRACTED
BURNER B OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
BURNER B OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
BURNER B COUPLED
BURNER B OIL GUN INSERTED
BURNER B OIL GUN RETRACTED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C PRESS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN

XMTR
TS
PS
PS
HS
GS
GS
PS
PS
PS
HS
GS
GS
HS
XMTR
GS
GS
I/P
GI
PS
HS
GS
GS
XMTR
PS
I/P
GI
HS
GS
GS
HS
HS
CONTACT
GS
GS
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
HS
XMTR
GS
GS
I/P
GI
PS
HS
GS
GS
XMTR
PS
I/P
GI
HS
GS
GS
HS
HS
CONTACT
GS
GS
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
HS
XMTR
GS
GS

0
5
0.083
0.083

27,000
107
0.69
0.69

kg/h
C
MPa
MPa

0.172
0.172
0.083

1.89
1.89
0.69

MPa
MPa
MPa

1.2 MPa

0.69

MPa

0
8,000
0.083
0.69

kg/h
MPa

0.083

1.2 MPa

0.69

MPa

0
8,000
0.083
0.69

kg/h
MPa

0.083

1.2 MPa

20

mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

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FW Document No.:
BY
LXF
GKY
CHK'D
CHZ
APPR.

DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
BMS

90
0.3
0.3

90
0.3
0.3

1.2
0.8
0.3

1.2
0.8
0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

418320160-1257A-6001
REV:B
Final
Date: 12-31-2010

0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003

***
12703
12703
12703
12703
12703
12703
12703
12702
12703
12705
12705
12705
12714
***
12714
12714
***
***
12710
12715
12715
12715
***
12710
***
***
12713
12713
12713
12717
12724
12724
12717
12717
12716
12716
12709
12716
12716
12714
***
12714
12714
***
***
12710
12715
12715
12715
***
12710
***
***
12713
12713
12713
12717
12724
12724
12717
12717
12716
12716
12709
12716
12716
12714
***
12714
12714

REMARKS

REV

LOGIC/SAMA

P&ID

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

INTERLOCK

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

ALARM
SETPOINT

CONTROL SYS

SIGNAL TYPE

PWRSRC

MIN
4

UNIT

SIGNAL RANGE

PROCESS UNIT

MAX

MIN

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

DEVICE TYPE

MEASURING RANGE

MAX

FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT


(SHANGHAI) COMPANY LIMITED

TAG NUMBER

REV. B
DATE: 2010-12-31

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
1/4

I/O LIST

1HJM23AA101YQ01
1HJM23AA101XQ01
1HJM23CP101
1HJM23AA003YB01
1HJM23AA003XB02
1HJM23AA003XB01
1HJH23CF201
1HJH23CP101
1HJH23AA101YQ01
1HJH23AA101XQ01
1HJH23AA002YB01
1HJH23AA002XB02
1HJH23AA002XB01
1HJA23AA003YB01
1HJA23GT001YB01
1HJA23GT001XB01
1HJA23CG107
1HJA23CG108
1HJA23AA001YB01
1HJA23AA001YB02
1HJA23CG103
1HJA23CG101
1HJA23CG102
1HJM24AA002YB01
1HJM24CP201
1HJM24AA002XB02
1HJM24AA002XB01
1HJM24AA101YQ01
1HJM24AA101XQ01
1HJM24CP101
1HJM24AA003YB01
1HJM24AA003XB02
1HJM24AA003XB01
1HJH24CF201
1HJH24CP101
1HJH24AA101YQ01
1HJH24AA101XQ01
1HJH24AA002YB01
1HJH24AA002XB02
1HJH24AA002XB01
1HJA24AA003YB01
1HJA24GT001YB01
1HJA24GT001XB01
1HJA24CG107
1HJA24CG108
1HJA24AA001YB01
1HJA24AA001YB02
1HJA24CG103
1HJA24CG101XB02
1HJA24CG102XB01
1HJH20AA008YB01
1HJH20AA008XB02
1HJH20AA008XB01
1HJA21CB101
1HJA22CB101
1HJA23CB101
1HJA24CB101
1HJA21AA002YB01
1HJA21AA002YB02
1HJA21CG106
1HJA21CG104
1HJA21CG105
1HJA22AA002YB01
1HJA22AA002YB02
1HJA22CG106
1HJA22CG104
1HJA22CG105
1HJA23AA002YB01
1HJA23AA002YB02
1HJA23CG106
1HJA23CG104
1HJA23CG105

ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C CONTROL VALVE I/P


ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C CONTROL VALVE POS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER C PRESS NOT LOW
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER C FUEL OIL FLOW
BURNER C FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
BURNER C FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE I/P
BURNER C FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE POS
BURNER C FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
BURNER C FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
BURNER C FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER C HEEI ACTUATOR INSERT/RETRACT
BURNER C HEEI IGNITION START
BURNER C HEEI CURRENT PROVEN
BURNER C HEEI IGNITOR INSERTED
BURNER C HEEI IGNITOR RETRACTED
BURNER C OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
BURNER C OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
BURNER C COUPLED
BURNER C OIL GUN INSERTED
BURNER C OIL GUN RETRACTED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D PRESS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D CONTROL VALVE I/P
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D CONTROL VALVE POS
ATOMIZING STEAM TO BURNER D PRESS NOT LOW
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
SCAVENGING STEAM TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER D FUEL OIL FLOW
BURNER D FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
BURNER D FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE I/P
BURNER D FUEL OIL CONTROL VALVE POS
BURNER D FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
BURNER D FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
BURNER D FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
BURNER D HEEI ACTUATOR INSERT/RETRACT
BURNER D HEEI IGNITION START
BURNER D HEEI CURRENT PROVEN
BURNER D HEEI IGNITOR INSERTED
BURNER D HEEI IGNITOR RETRACTED
BURNER D OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
BURNER D OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
BURNER D COUPLED
BURNER D OIL GUN INSERTED
BURNER D OIL GUN RETRACTED
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR RECIRCULATING VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR RECIRCULATING VALVE CLOSED
FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR RECIRCULATING VALVE OPEN
BURNER A SCANNER - FLAME DETECTED
BURNER B SCANNER - FLAME DETECTED
BURNER C SCANNER - FLAME DETECTED
BURNER D SCANNER - FLAME DETECTED
PILOT BURNER A OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
PILOT BURNER A OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
PILOT BURNER A COUPLED
PILOT BURNER A OIL GUN INSERTED
PILOT BURNER A OIL GUN RETRACTED
PILOT BURNER B OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
PILOT BURNER B OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
PILOT BURNER B COUPLED
PILOT BURNER B OIL GUN INSERTED
PILOT BURNER B OIL GUN RETRACTED
PILOT BURNER C OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM
PILOT BURNER C OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
PILOT BURNER C COUPLED
PILOT BURNER C OIL GUN INSERTED
PILOT BURNER C OIL GUN RETRACTED

I/P
GI
PS
HS
GS
GS
XMTR
PS
I/P
GI
HS
GS
GS
HS
HS
CONTACT
GS
GS
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
HS
XMTR
GS
GS
I/P
GI
PS
HS
GS
GS
XMTR
PS
I/P
GI
HS
GS
GS
HS
HS
CONTACT
GS
GS
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
HS
HS
GS
GS
GS

0.69

MPa

0
8,000
0.083
0.69

kg/h
MPa

1.2 MPa

0.69

MPa

0
8,000
0.083
0.69

kg/h
MPa

0.083

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

20

mA

4
4

20
20

mA
mA

AO
AI
DI
DO
DI
DI
AI
DI
AO
AI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DI
DI
DI
DI
DI
DO
AI
DI
DI
AO
AI
DI
DO
DI
DI
AI
DI
AO
AI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI

DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003

***
***
12710
12715
12715
12715
***
12710
***
***
12713
12713
12713
12717
12724
12724
12717
12717
12716
12716
12709
12716
12716
12714
***
12714
12714
***
***
12710
12715
12715
12715
***
12710
***
***
12713
12713
12713
12717
12724
12724
12717
12717
12716
12716
12709
12716
12716
12704
12704
12704
12710
12710
12710
12710
12718
12718
12709
12718
12718
12718
12718
12709
12718
12718
12718
12718
12709
12718
12718

REMARKS

REV

LOGIC/SAMA

P&ID

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

INTERLOCK

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

ALARM
SETPOINT

SIGNAL TYPE

PWRSRC

UNIT

MIN
4
4

0.083

MAX

SIGNAL RANGE

PROCESS UNIT

MAX

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

MIN

TAG NUMBER

DEVICE TYPE

MEASURING RANGE

CONTROL SYS

FW CONTRACT NO.: 418320160


Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO., LTD
Maokhe 2x220MWe Power Plant
Dong Trieu District, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam

FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT


(SHANGHAI) COMPANY LIMITED

REV. B
DATE: 2010-12-31
418320160-1257A-6001
REV:B
Final
Date: 12-31-2010

FW Document No.:
BY
LXF
CHK'D
GKY
APPR.
CHZ

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
2/4

I/O LIST

1HJA24AA002YB01
1HJA24AA002YB02
1HJA24CG106
1HJA24CG104
1HJA24CG105
1HJH30CF201
1HJH30CT101
1HJH30AA002YB01
1HJH30AA002XB02
1HJH30AA002XB01
1HJH30AA003YB01
1HJH30AA003XB02
1HJH30AA003XB01
1HJH30CP101
1HJH30AA004YB01
1HJH30AA004XB02
1HJH30AA004XB01
1HJH31CP101
1HJH31AA002YB01
1HJH31AA002XB02
1HJH31AA002XB01
1HJH32CP101
1HJH32AA002YB01
1HJH32AA002XB02
1HJH32AA002XB01
1HJH33CP101
1HJH33AA002YB01
1HJH33AA002XB02
1HJH33AA002XB01
1HJH34CP101
1HJH34AA002YB01
1HJH34AA002XB02
1HJH34AA002XB01
1HJM31AA002YB01
1HJM31CP101
1HJM31AA002XB02
1HJM31AA002XB01
1HJS21AA003YB01
1HJS21AA003XB02
1HJS21AA003XB01
1HJM31AA003YB01
1HJM31AA003XB02
1HJM31AA003XB01
1HJS21AA002YB01
1HJS21AA002XB02
1HJS21AA002XB01
1HJM32AA002YB01
1HJM32CP101
1HJM32AA002XB02
1HJM32AA002XB01
1HJS22AA003YB01
1HJS22AA003XB02
1HJS22AA003XB01
1HJM32AA003YB01
1HJM32AA003XB02
1HJM32AA003XB01
1HJS22AA002YB01
1HJS22AA002XB02
1HJS22AA002XB01
1HJM33AA002YB01
1HJM33CP101
1HJM33AA002XB02
1HJM33AA002XB01
1HJS23AA003YB01
1HJS23AA003XB02
1HJS23AA003XB01
1HJM33AA003YB01
1HJM33AA003XB02
1HJM33AA003XB01
1HJS23AA002YB01
1HJS23AA002XB02
1HJS23AA002XB01

PILOT BURNER D OIL GUN ACTUATOR INSERT COMM


PILOT BURNER D OIL GUN ACTUATOR RETRACT COMM
PILOT BURNER D COUPLED
PILOT BURNER D OIL GUN INSERTED
PILOT BURNER D OIL GUN RETRACTED
PILOT FUEL OIL RETURN FLOW
PILOT FUEL OIL RETURN TEMPERATURE NOT LOW
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR SHUT OFF VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR SAFETY SHUT OFF VALVE CLOSED
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR SAFETY SHUT OFF VALVE OPEN
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR CIRCULATING VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR CIRCULATING VALVE CLOSED
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR CIRCULATING VALVE OPEN
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR PRESS NOT LOW
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR RECIRCULATING VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR RECIRCULATING VALVE CLOSED
PILOT FUEL OIL SUPPLY HDR RECIRCULATINGF VALVE OPEN
PILOT BURNER A FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
PILOT BURNER A FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT BURNER A FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PILOT BURNER A FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PILOT BURNER B FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
PILOT BURNER B FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT BURNER B FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PILOT BURNER B FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PILOT BURNER C FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
PILOT BURNER C FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT BURNER C FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PILOT BURNER C FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PILOT BURNER D FUEL OIL PRESS NOT LOW
PILOT BURNER D FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PILOT BURNER D FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PILOT BURNER D FUEL OIL SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PILOT BURNER A ATOMIZING STEAM PRESS NOT LOW
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO PILOT A SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PURGE AIR TO PILOT A SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO PILOT A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PURGE AIR TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO BURNER A SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PILOT BURNER B ATOMIZING STEAM PRESS NOT LOW
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO PILOT B SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PURGE AIR TO PILOT B SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO PILOT B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PURGE AIR TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO BURNER B SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PILOT BURNER C ATOMIZING STEAM PRESS NOT LOW
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO PILOT C SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PURGE AIR TO PILOT C SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO PILOT C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PURGE AIR TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO BURNER C SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN

HS
HS
GS
GS
GS
XMTR
TS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
PS
HS
GS
GS
PS
HS
GS
GS
PS
HS
GS
GS
PS
HS
GS
GS
PS
HS
GS
GS
HS
PS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
PS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
PS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS

0
5

2,500 kg/h
107 C

0.172

1.89

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

0.083

0.69

MPa

20

mA

DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
AI
AI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI

BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS

90

90

0.8

0.8

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003

12718
12718
12709
12718
12718
***
12703
12706
12706
12706
12708
12708
12708
12702
12707
12707
12707
12710
12719
12719
12719
12710
12719
12719
12719
12710
12719
12719
12719
12710
12719
12719
12719
12720
12710
12720
12720
12723
12723
12723
12721
12721
12721
12722
12722
12722
12720
12710
12720
12720
12723
12723
12723
12721
12721
12721
12722
12722
12722
12720
12710
12720
12720
12723
12723
12723
12721
12721
12721
12722
12722
12722

REMARKS

REV

LOGIC/SAMA

P&ID

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

INTERLOCK

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

ALARM
SETPOINT

SIGNAL TYPE

PWRSRC

UNIT

MIN

MAX

SIGNAL RANGE

PROCESS UNIT

MAX

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

MIN

TAG NUMBER

DEVICE TYPE

MEASURING RANGE

CONTROL SYS

FW CONTRACT NO.: 418320160


Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO., LTD
Maokhe 2x220MWe Power Plant
Dong Trieu District, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam

FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT


(SHANGHAI) COMPANY LIMITED

REV. B
DATE: 2010-12-31
418320160-1257A-6001
REV:B
Final
Date: 12-31-2010

FW Document No.:
BY
LXF
CHK'D
GKY
APPR.
CHZ

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
3/4

I/O LIST

IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE


PILOT BURNER D ATOMIZING STEAM PRESS NOT LOW
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR ATOMIZING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO PILOT D SHUTOFF VALVE OP/CLS
PURGE AIR TO PILOT D SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO PILOT D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
IGNITOR SCAVENGING STEAM TO PILOT BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
PURGE AIR TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN/CLOSE
PURGE AIR TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED
PURGE AIR TO BURNER D SHUTOFF VALVE OPEN
MFT TO MAIN LCP
MFT TO BURNER A LCP
MFT TO BURNER B LCP
MFT TO BURNER C LCP
MFT TO BURNER D LCP
BURNER A READY FOR START
BURNER A IN SERVICE
BURNER A IN SCAVENGING
BURNER A START FAILURE
BURNER A FLAME ON
START BURNER A FROM LCP
STOP BURNER A FROM LCP
START BURNER A SCAVENGING FROM LCP
BURNER A REMOTE CONTROL MODE
BURNER B READY FOR START
BURNER B IN SERVICE
BURNER B IN SCAVENGING
BURNER B START FAILURE
BURNER B FLAME ON
START BURNER B FROM LCP
STOP BURNER B FROM LCP
START BURNER B SCAVENGING FROM LCP
BURNER B REMOTE CONTROL MODE
BURNER C READY FOR START
BURNER C IN SERVICE
BURNER C IN SCAVENGING
BURNER C START FAILURE
BURNER C FLAME ON
START BURNER C FROM LCP
STOP BURNER C FROM LCP
START BURNER C SCAVENGING FROM LCP
BURNER C REMOTE CONTROL MODE
BURNER D READY FOR START
BURNER D IN SERVICE
BURNER D IN SCAVENGING
BURNER D START FAILURE
BURNER D FLAME ON
START BURNER D FROM LCP
STOP BURNER D FROM LCP
START BURNER D SCAVENGING FROM LCP
BURNER D REMOTE CONTROL MODE

HS
PS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
GS
GS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
HS
HS
HS
HS
HS
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT
CONTACT

MPa

DO
DI
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DI
DI
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DI
DO
DO
DO
DO
DO
DI
DI
DI
DI

BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
DCS
DCS
DCS
DCS
DCS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS
BMS

0.3

0.3

0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003
0003

12720
12710
12720
12720
12723
12723
12723
12721
12721
12721
12722
12722
12722
***
***
***
***
***
12709
12710
12712
12710
12710
12710
12710
12712
12710
12709
12710
12712
12710
12710
12710
12710
12712
12710
12709
12710
12712
12710
12710
12710
12710
12712
12710
12709
12710
12712
12710
12710
12710
12710
12712
12710

REMARKS

HARDWARE,NC
HARDWARE,NC
HARDWARE,NC
HARDWARE,NC
HARDWARE,NC

REV

LOGIC/SAMA

P&ID

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

INTERLOCK

HI-HI

HIGH

LOW

LO-LO

ALARM
SETPOINT

SIGNAL TYPE

PWRSRC

UNIT

MAX

0.69

SIGNAL RANGE

MIN

0.083

PROCESS UNIT

MAX

1HJM34AA002YB01
1HJM34CP101
1HJM34AA002XB02
1HJM34AA002XB01
1HJS24AA003YB01
1HJS24AA003XB02
1HJS24AA003XB01
1HJM34AA003YB01
1HJM34AA003XB02
1HJM34AA003XB01
1HJS24AA002YB01
1HJS24AA002XB02
1HJS24AA002XB01
1HJH20GH001YB01
1HJH21GH001YB06
1HJH22GH001YB06
1HJH23GH001YB06
1HJH24GH001YB06
1HJH21GH001YB01
1HJH21GH001YB02
1HJH21GH001YB03
1HJH21GH001YB04
1HJH21GH001YB05
1HJH21GH001XB01
1HJH21GH001XB02
1HJH21GH001XB03
1HJH21GH001XB04
1HJH22GH001YB01
1HJH22GH001YB02
1HJH22GH001YB03
1HJH22GH001YB04
1HJH22GH001YB05
1HJH22GH001XB01
1HJH22GH001XB02
1HJH22GH001XB03
1HJH22GH001XB04
1HJH23GH001YB01
1HJH23GH001YB02
1HJH23GH001YB03
1HJH23GH001YB04
1HJH23GH001YB05
1HJH23GH001XB01
1HJH23GH001XB02
1HJH23GH001XB03
1HJH23GH001XB04
1HJH24GH001YB01
1HJH24GH001YB02
1HJH24GH001YB03
1HJH24GH001YB04
1HJH24GH001YB05
1HJH24GH001XB01
1HJH24GH001XB02
1HJH24GH001XB03
1HJH24GH001XB04

SERVICE DESCRIPTION

MIN

TAG NUMBER

DEVICE TYPE

MEASURING RANGE

CONTROL SYS

FW CONTRACT NO.: 418320160


Wuhan Kaidi Electric Power CO., LTD
Maokhe 2x220MWe Power Plant
Dong Trieu District, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam

FOSTER WHEELER ENERGY MANAGEMENT


(SHANGHAI) COMPANY LIMITED

REV. B
DATE: 2010-12-31
418320160-1257A-6001
REV:B
Final
Date: 12-31-2010

FW Document No.:
BY
LXF
CHK'D
GKY
APPR.
CHZ

B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B
B

NOTE1:THIS I/O LIST IS FOR BOILER 1.FOR BOILER 2,ALL ARE SAME EXCEPT THAT THE INITIAL LETTER WILL BE "2".
NOTE2:*** MEANS TAGS BELONG TO LOGIC/SAMA DRAWINGS OF DCS OR OTHER SYSTEMS.

4/4

T
e
c
h
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e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t
H
X-02
WIRETYPE

0
2
N
1
0
1

L
1
0
1

QF001

0
1

HX-01

H
5
0
0

220VACBREAKER

DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR
Positive :
Negative :
Ground

POWERON

ACSupply
230VAC

:
Hot
Neutral :

K
A
1
0
1
13

13

HX2
3
8 238 S
B102 239

HX-239

13

HX-241

14

WIRETYPE

1HJH21GH001YB06
MFT

H
1
0
0

400

10

S
T
O
PB
U
RNERA
HX2
4
0 240 S
B103 241

14

12

K
A
2
2
4

S
A
1
0
1

K
A
1
0
4

401

13

14

LOCAL/REMOTESWTICH

K
A
1
0
4
S
T
A
R
TB
U
R
N
E
RASCAVENGING
HX2
4
2 242 S
B104 243

10

HX-243
K
A
2
1
8
8

12

K
A
1
0
4
1

H
2
0
0

402

1HJH21GH001XB04
REMOTEMODE

H
3
0
0

403

LOCALMODE

K
A
2
1
7
5

H
X
1
2

H
X
1
3

13

H
X
1
5

15

H
X
2
4

24

H
X
2
6

26

H
1
0
1

1HJH21AA002XB01
BURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
1
7
6

10

H
X
1
4

H
1
0
2

1HJH21AA002XB02
BURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

K
A
2
1
7
7

11

H
X
2
3

H
1
0
3

1HJM21AA003XB01
SCAVENGINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
1
7
8

12

H
X
2
5
K
A
2
1
8
5

YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

14

K
A
1
0
3

K
A
1
0
3
S
T
A
R
TB
URNERA

(BR)

BLUE

K
A
1
0
2

H
X
2
5
3 253

H
X
2
5
2

BROWN

H
1
0
4

1HJM21AA003XB02
SCAVENGINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

T
e
c
h
.R
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t
WIRECOLOUR

L
1
0
1

N
1
0
1

WIRETYPE
DCSupply
24VDC

H
X
4
7

H
X
4
6

47

H
1
0
7

1HJM21AA002XB01
ATOMIZINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
1
8
6

H
X
4
9

49

H
1
0
8

1HJM21AA002XB02
ATOMIZINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

K
A
2
1
8
11

H
X
5
8

H
X
5
9

59

H
X
6
1

61

H
X
7
0

70

H
X
7
2

72

H
X
9
1

91

H
X
9
3

93

H
1
0
9

1HJH31AA002XB01
PILOTBURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
1
9
5

H
X
6
0

H
1
1
0

1HJH31AA002XB02
PILOTBURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

K
A
2
1
9
6

10

H
X
6
9

H
1
1
1

1HJM31AA003XB01
SCAVENGINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
1
9
7

11

H
X
7
1

H
1
1
2

1HJM31AA003XB02
SCAVENGINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

K
A
2
1
9
8

12

H
X
9
0

H
1
1
5

1HJM31AA002XB01
ATOMIZINGAIRTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
2
0
5

H
X
9
2
K
A
2
2
0
6

Ground
ACSupply
230VAC

:
Hot
Neutral :

BROWN

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

10

H
X
4
8

Positive :
Negative :

10

H
1
1
6

1HJM31AA002XB02
ATOMIZINGAIRTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

WIRETYPE

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

L
1
0
1

N
1
0
1

T
e
c
h
.R
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q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t
WIRETYPE

H
X
1
0
2

H
X
1
0
1

102

H
1
1
7

1HJS21AA002XB01
PURGEAIRTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
2
0
7

DCSupply
24VDC

H
X
1
0
4

104

H
1
1
8

Positive :
Negative :
Ground

11

H
X
1
0
3

WIRECOLOUR

1HJS21AA002XB02
PURGEAIRTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

ACSupply
230VAC

:
Hot
Neutral :

K
A
2
2
0
8

H
X
1
1
3

113

H
1
1
9

1HJS21AA003XB01
PURGEAIRTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

K
A
2
2
1
9

H
X
1
1
4

H
X
1
1
5

115

H
X
1
2
6

126

H
X
1
2
8

128

H
X
1
4
9

149

H
X
1
4
7

147

H
X
1
5
1

151

H
X
1
5
3

153

H
1
2
0

1HJS21AA003XB02
PURGEAIRTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

K
A
2
2
1
6

10

H
X
1
2
5

H
1
2
1

1HJA21CG101
BURNERAOILGUNINSERTED

K
A
2
2
1
7

11

H
X
1
2
7

H
1
2
2

1HJA21CG102
BURNERAOILGUNRETRACTED

K
A
2
2
1
8

12

H
X
1
4
8

H
1
2
4

1HJA21CG104
PILOTBURNERAOILGUNINSERTED

K
A
2
2
2
5

H
X
1
4
6

H
1
2
5

1HJA21CG105
PILOTBURNERAOILGUNRETRACTED

K
A
2
2
2
6

10

H
X
1
5
0

H
1
2
7

1HJA21CG107
BURNERAHEEIIGNITORINSERTED

K
A
2
2
2
7

11

H
X
1
5
2
K
A
2
2
2
8

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

12

H
X
1
1
2

BROWN

12

H
1
2
8

1HJA21CG108
BURNERAHEEIIGNITORRETRACTED

WIRETYPE

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

H
X
2
9
0 H
X
2
9
1

291

H
1
2
9

N
1
0
1

L
1
0
1

T
e
c
h
.R
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t
1HJH21GH001YB05
BURNERAFLAMEON

K
A
2
2
3
5

DCSupply
24VDC

H
X
2
8
2 H
X
2
8
3

283

H
1
3
0

1HJH21GH001YB03
BURNERASCAVENGING

K
A
2
2
3
6

10

H
X
2
8
4 H
X
2
8
5

285

H
1
3
1

287

H
1
3
2

1HJH21GH001YB02
BURNERAINSERVICE

K
A
2
2
3
12

H
X
2
8
8 H
X
2
8
9

289

H
1
3
3

1HJH21GH001YB01
BURNERAREADYTOSTART

K
A
2
2
4
5

H
X
2
5
4 H
X
1
0
A
1
0
1 10 H
X
2
5
5255 K
5

1HJM21AA002YB01
OPENATOMIZINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

H
X
5
7

12

1HJH31AA002YB01
OPENPILOTBURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVE

H
X
6
8

1HJM31AA003YB01
OPENSCAVENGINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

H
X
2
6
4 H
X
8
8
A
1
0
2 88 H
X
2
6
5265 K

H
X
2
6
8 H
X
2
6
9

H
X
4
5

11

1HJM21AA003YB01
OPENSCAVENGINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFF

H
X
2
6
2 H
X
6
7
A
1
0
2 67 H
X
2
6
3263 K

H
X
2
2

10

H
X
2
6
0 H
X
5
6
A
1
0
1 56 H
X
2
6
1261 K
8

1HJH21AA002YB01
OPENBURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVE

H
X
2
5
8 H
X
4
4
A
1
0
1 44 H
X
2
5
9259 K
7

H
X
1
1

H
X
2
5
6 H
X
2
1
A
1
0
1 21 H
X
2
5
7257 K

H
X
2
6
6 H
X
2
6
7

H
X
8
9

10

1HJM31AA002YB01
OPENATOMIZINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

99

H
X
9
9

110

H
X
1
1
0

H
X
1
0
0

1HJS21AA002YB01
OPENPURGEAIRTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

H
X
1
1
1

1HJS21AA003YB01
OPENPURGEAIRTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

H
X
2
7
0 H
X
2
7
1

121

H
X
1
2
1

H
X
1
2
2

1HJA21AA001YB01
INSERTBURNERAOILGUNACTUATOR

H
X
2
7
2 H
X
2
7
3

123

H
X
1
2
3

H
X
1
2
4

1HJA21AA001YB02
RETRACTBURNERAOILGUNACTUATOR

H
X
2
7
4 H
X
2
7
5

Positive :
Negative :
Ground

ACSupply
230VAC

:
Hot
Neutral :

WIRETYPE

11

H
X
2
8
6 H
X
2
8
7

WIRECOLOUR

142

H
X
1
4
2

BROWN

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

1HJH21GH001YB04
BURNERAFAILURE

K
A
2
2
3
7

WIRETYPE

H
X
1
4
3

1HJA21AA002YB01
INSERTPILOTBURNERAOILGUNACTUATOR

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

L10
1

N10
1

T
e
c
h
.R
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t

H
X
2
7
6 H
X
2
7
7

H
X
1
4
5

H
X
1
4
4

14
4

WIRETYPE

1HJA21AA002YB02
RETRACTPILOTBURNERAOILGUNACTUATOR

DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR
Positive :
Negative :
Ground

H
X
2
7
8 H
X
2
7
9

H
X
1
4
1

H
X
1
4
0

14
0

1HJA21AA003YB01
INSERTBURNERAHEEIACTUATOR

H
X
2
8
0 H
X
2
8
1

28
1

K
A
1
0
3
5

K
A
1
0
5
13

:
Hot
Neutral :

WIRETYPE

K
A
1
0
5
5

15
9

IGNITIONTRANSFORMER

K
A
1
0
5
6

10

S
B
1
0
1

K
A
2
1
7

40
6

13

14

13

14

K
A
2
1
8
K
A
2
1
9

13

14

13

14

K
A
2
2
0
K
A
2
2
1

13

LIGHTSTESTBUTTON

14

K
A
2
2
2
13

14

13

14

K
A
2
2
3
K
A
2
2
4

13

Q
F
0
0
2
1

H
0
0
1
40
8

ILLUMINATIONLAMP
XS
00
1

40
9

230VACPOWEROUTLET

Q
F
0
0
4
1

D
S
W
0
0
1

14

Q
F
0
0
3
1

40
7

H
0
0
1
K
S
0
0
1 E

41
0

HEATER

POWERSUPPLYTRANSFORMER

D
C

Q
F
0
0
5
1

24V
+

30
1

H
X
3
0
1

H
X
3
0
2

32
1

H
X
3
2
1

H
X
3
2
2

OILFLOWELEMENTPOWERSUPPLY(DC24V)

Q
F
0
0
6
1

V-

24V
-

24V
+

V+

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

STARTBURNERAHEEIIGNITION

14

H
X
1
7
0

H
X
1
6
9

(BR)

1HJA21GT001YB01

40
5

ACSupply
230VAC

BROWN

FLAMEDETECTORPOWERSUPPLY(DC24V)

24V
-

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

T
e
c
h
.R
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t
U
P
P
E
R
01->QF001
02->QF001

10->KA101-9
N101->QF001
L101->QF001
13->H101
15->H102
16->HX176
17->HX177
18->HX178
19->HX179
21->KA101-10

24->H103
26->H104
27->HX180
28->HX181
29->HX182
30->HX183

34->HX184
35->HX185

39->HX186
40->HX187

44->KA101-11

47->H107
49->H108
50->HX188
51->HX189
52->HX190
53->HX191

56->KA101-12
N101->HX68
59->H109
L101->HX69
61->H110
62->HX192
63->HX193
64->HX194
65->HX195

H
X

WIRETYPE

U
N
D
E
R
0
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0
9
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
3
1
4
1
5
1
6
1
7
1
8
1
9
2
0
2
1
2
2
2
3
2
4
2
5
2
6
2
7
2
8
2
9
3
0
3
1
3
2
3
3
3
4
3
5
3
6
3
7
3
8
3
9
4
0
4
1
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
4
8
4
9
5
0
5
1
5
2
5
3
5
4
5
5
5
6
5
7
5
8
5
9
6
0
6
1
6
2
6
3
6
4
6
5
6
6

C
O
N
T
R
O
LP
O
W
E
RS
U
P
PLY
2
3
0
V
A
C
,
1
0
A
,
5
0
H
z
,
S
INGLEPHASE

FROMPOWERSUPPLYDISTRIBUTIONSYSTEM

DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR
Positive :
Negative :
Ground

ACSupply
230VAC
13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

S
O
L
E
N
O
I
D

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

S
O
L
E
N
O
I
D

O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJH21AA002
BURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVE

O
P
E
N2
C
L
O
S
E
D2

O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJM21AA003
SCAVENGINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

O
P
E
N2
C
L
O
S
E
D2

C
O
M1
N
O1
C
O
M2
N
O2

1HJH21CP101
BURNERAFUELOILPRESSLOW

C
O
M1
N
O1
C
O
M2
N
O2

1HJM21CP101
ATOMIZINGSTEAMTOBURNERAPRESSLOW

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

S
O
L
E
N
O
I
D

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

S
O
L
E
N
O
I
D

O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJM21AA002
ATOMIZINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

O
P
E
N2
C
L
O
S
E
D2

O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1
O
P
E
N2
C
L
O
S
E
D2

1HJH31AA002
PILOTBURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVE

:
Hot
Neutral :

WIRETYPE

BROWN

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

T
e
c
h
.R
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t

H
X
U
P
P
E
R
67->KA102-9
N101->HX57
L101->HX60
70->H111
72->H112
73->HX196
74->HX197
75->HX198
76->HX199

80->HX200
81->HX201

85->HX202
86->HX203
88->KA102-10

91->H115
93->H116
94->HX204
95->HX205
96->HX206
97->HX207
99->HX267

102->H117
104->H118
105->HX208
106->HX209
107->HX210
108->HX211
110->HX269

113->H119
115->H120
116->HX212
117->HX213
118->HX214
119->HX215
121->HX271
123->HX273
N101->HX141
126->H121
L101->HX146
128->H122
129->HX216
130->HX217
131->HX218
132->HX219

U
N
D
E
R
6
7
6
8
6
9
7
0
7
1
7
2
7
3
7
4
7
5
7
6
7
7
7
8
7
9
8
0
8
1
8
2
8
3
8
4
8
5
8
6
8
7
8
8
8
9
9
0
9
1
9
2
9
3
9
4
9
5
9
6
9
7
9
8
9
9
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
2
1
0
3
1
0
4
1
0
5
1
0
6
1
0
7
1
0
8
1
0
9
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
4
1
1
5
1
1
6
1
1
7
1
1
8
1
1
9
1
2
0
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
3
1
2
4
1
2
5
1
2
6
1
2
7
1
2
8
1
2
9
1
3
0
1
3
1
1
3
2

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

WIRETYPE

S
O
L
E
N
O
ID
O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJM31AA003
SCAVENGINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

O
P
E
N2
ACSupply
230VAC

C
L
O
S
E
D2
1HJH31CP101
PILOTBURNERAFUELOILPRESSLOW

C
O
M1
N
O1
C
O
M2
N
O2

1HJM31CP101
ATOMIZINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERAPRESSLOW

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

S
O
L
E
N
O
ID

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

S
O
L
E
N
O
ID

1
2
3
4
7
8
5
6
11
12
9
10

O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJM31AA002
ATOMIZINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

C
L
O
S
E
D2

C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJS21AA002
PURGEAIRTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

O
P
E
N2
C
L
O
S
E
D2
S
O
L
E
N
O
ID
O
P
E
N1
C
L
O
S
E
D1

1HJS21AA003
PURGEAIRTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

O
P
E
N2
C
L
O
S
E
D2
I
N
S
E
R
TSOLENOID
R
E
T
R
A
C
TSOLENOID
I
N
S
E
R
T
ED1
R
E
T
R
A
C
TED1
I
N
S
E
R
T
ED2
R
E
T
R
A
C
TED2

:
Hot
Neutral :

WIRETYPE

O
P
E
N2

O
P
E
N1

Positive :
Negative :
Ground

C
O
M1
N
O1
C
O
M2
N
O2

13
14
8
9
2
3
11
12
5
6

DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR

1HJA21AA001
BURNERAOILGUNACTUATOR

BROWN

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

T
e
c
h
.R
e
q
u
i
r
e
m
e
n
t

H
X
UPP
E
R

1
3
6
>
H
X
2
2
0
1
3
7
>
H
X
2
2
1

1
4
0
>
H
X
2
7
9
N
1
0
1
>
H
X
1
24
1
4
2
>
H
X
2
7
5
1
4
4
>
H
X
2
7
7
L
1
0
1
>
H
X
1
27
1
4
7
>
H
1
2
5
1
4
9
>
H
1
2
4
1
5
1
>
H
1
2
7
L
1
0
1
>
H
X
2
52
1
5
3
>
H
1
2
8
1
5
4
>
H
X
2
2
4
1
5
5
>
H
X
2
2
5
1
5
6
>
H
X
2
2
2
1
5
7
>
H
X
2
2
3
1
5
8
>
H
X
2
2
6
1
5
9
>
H
X
2
2
7
1
6
0
>
H
X
2
2
8
1
6
1
>
H
X
2
2
9

1
6
6
>
H
X
2
3
0
1
6
7
>
H
X
2
3
1
1
6
9
>
K
A
1
0
5
-9

1
6
>
H
X
1
6
1
7
>
H
X
1
7
1
8
>
H
X
1
8
1
9
>
H
X
1
9
2
7
>
H
X
2
7
2
8
>
H
X
2
8
2
9
>
H
X
2
9
3
0
>
H
X
3
0
3
4
>
H
X
3
4
3
5
>
H
X
3
5
3
9
>
H
X
3
9
4
0
>
H
X
4
0
5
0
>
H
X
5
0
5
1
>
H
X
5
1
5
2
>
H
X
5
2
5
3
>
H
X
5
3
6
2
>
H
X
6
2
6
3
>
H
X
6
3
6
4
>
H
X
6
4
6
5
>
H
X
6
5
7
3
>
H
X
7
3
7
4
>
H
X
7
4

U
N
D
E
R
1
3
3
1
3
4
1
3
5
1
3
6
1
3
7
1
3
8
1
3
9
1
4
0
1
4
1
1
4
2
1
4
3
1
4
4
1
4
5
1
4
6
1
4
7
1
4
8
1
4
9
1
5
0
1
5
1
1
5
2
1
5
3
1
5
4
1
5
5
1
5
6
1
5
7
1
5
8
1
5
9
1
6
0
1
6
1
1
6
2
1
6
3
1
6
4
1
6
5
1
6
6
1
6
7
1
6
8
1
6
9
1
7
0
1
7
1
1
7
2
1
7
3
1
7
4
1
7
5
1
7
6
1
7
7
1
7
8
1
7
9
1
8
0
1
8
1
1
8
2
1
8
3
1
8
4
1
8
5
1
8
6
1
8
7
1
8
8
1
8
9
1
9
0
1
9
1
1
9
2
1
9
3
1
9
4
1
9
5
1
9
6
1
9
7

WIRETYPE

C
O
M1
N
C1
C
O
M2
N
C2

1HJA21CG103
BURNERACOUPLED

DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR
Positive :
Negative :
Ground

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

:
Hot
Neutral :

I
N
S
E
R
TP
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAOILGUNACTUATOR

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

R
E
T
R
A
C
TP
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAOILGUNACTUATOR
WIRETYPE

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LGUNACTUATORRETRACTED1
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LGUNACTUATORINSERTED1
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
IACTUATORINSERTED1
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
IACTUATORRETRACTED1
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LGUNACTUATORRETRACTED2

1HJA21AA002
BURNERAHEEIACTUATOR
1HJA21AA003
PILOTOILGUN
INTEGRATEDACTUATOR

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LGUNACTUATORINSERTED2
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
IACTUATORINSERTED2
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
IACTUATORRETRACTED2

C
O
M1
N
C1
C
O
M2
N
C2
1
2
5

ACSupply
230VAC

I
N
S
E
R
T
/
R
E
T
R
A
C
TP
I
L
O
TBURNERAHEEIACTUATOR

BROWN

1HJA21CG106
PILOTBURNERACOUPLED

1
H
J
A
2
1
G
T
1
0
1
B
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
I

1HJH21AA002XB01

B
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1HJH21AA002XB02

B
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1HJM21AA003XB01

S
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
GS
T
EAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1HJM21AA003XB02

S
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
GS
T
EAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1HJH21CP101

B
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LOILPRESSLOW

1HJM21CP101

A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
AMTOBURNERAPRESSLOW

1HJM21AA002XB01

A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
AMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1HJM21AA002XB02

A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
AMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1HJH31AA002XB01

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1HJH31AA002XB02

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1HJM31AA003XB01

S
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
GS
T
EAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

TODCS

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

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1
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S
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1
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1
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1
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2
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2
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2
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2
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2
5
7
2
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2
5
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2
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0
2
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1
2
6
2
2
6
3

WIRETYPE

1
H
J
M
3
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
2

S
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
GSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1
H
J
H
3
1
C
P
1
0
1

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
ERAFUELOILPRESSLOW

1
H
J
M
3
1
C
P
1
0
1

A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERAPRESSLOW

1
H
J
M
3
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
1

A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1
H
J
M
3
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
2

A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
1

P
U
R
G
EA
I
RTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
2

P
U
R
G
EA
I
RTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
1

P
U
R
G
EA
I
RTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVEOPEN

1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
2

P
U
R
G
EA
I
RTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVECLOSED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
1

B
U
R
N
E
RAO
ILGUNACTUATORINSERTED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
2

B
U
R
N
E
RAO
ILGUNACTUATORRETRACTED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
3

B
U
R
N
E
RAC
OUPLED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
4

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
ERAOILGUNACTUATORINSERTED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
5

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
ERAOILGUNACTUATORRETRACTED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
7

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
ERAHEEIACTUATORINSERTED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
8

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
ERAHEEIACTUATORRETRACTED

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
6

P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
ERACOUPLED

1
H
J
A
2
1
G
T
0
0
1
X
B
0
1

B
U
R
N
E
RAH
EEICURRENTPROVEN

1
H
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A
2
1
C
B
1
0
1

B
U
R
N
E
RAF
LAMEON

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
X
B
0
1

S
T
A
R
TB
U
R
N
ERA

1
H
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H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
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B
0
2

S
T
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PB
U
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RA

1
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2
1
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H
0
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1
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B
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3

S
T
A
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1
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1
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0
0
1
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B
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4

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EMOTEMODE

1
H
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H
2
1
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0
0
1
Y
B
0
6

M
F
T

1
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H
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
Y
B
0
1

O
P
E
NB
U
R
N
E
RAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVE

1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
Y
B
0
1

O
P
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NS
C
A
V
E
NGINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

1
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M
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
Y
B
0
1

O
P
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NA
T
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M
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ZINGSTEAMTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

1
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3
1
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A
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1

O
P
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NP
I
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TBURNERAFUELOILSAFETYSHUTOFFVALVE

1
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3
1
A
A
0
0
3
Y
B
0
1

O
P
E
NS
C
A
V
E
NGINGSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE

DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR
Positive :
Negative :
Ground

ACSupply
230VAC

:
Hot
Neutral :

WIRETYPE

TODCS

FROMDCS

BROWN

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

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L1
01
->
HX
26
2
265->KA
1
0
2
6
99->H
X
9
9
110->H
X
1
1
0
121->H
X
1
2
1
123->H
X
1
2
3
142->H
X
1
4
2
144->H
X
1
4
4
140->H
X
1
4
0
281->KA
1
0
3
5
28
3>H
13
0
28
5>H
13
1
28
7>H
13
2
28
9>H
13
3
29
1>H
12
9

+
10+
9+
-

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1
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2
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1
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2

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1
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2
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1
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2

7
8
1
3

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D
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2
6
4
1
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0
1
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NA
T
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I
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GSTEAMTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE
2
6
5
2
6
6
1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
Y
B
0
1
O
P
E
NP
U
R
G
EA
I
RTOBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE
2
6
7
2
6
8
1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
Y
B
0
1
O
P
E
NP
U
R
G
EA
I
RTOPILOTBURNERASHUTOFFVALVE
2
6
9
2
7
0
1
H
J
A
2
1
A
A
0
0
1
Y
B
0
1
I
N
S
E
R
TB
U
R
N
E
RAOILGUNACTUATOR
2
7
1
2
7
2
1
H
J
A
2
1
A
A
0
0
1
Y
B
0
2
R
E
T
R
A
C
TB
U
R
N
E
RAOILGUNACTUATOR
2
7
3
2
7
4
1
H
J
A
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
Y
B
0
1
I
N
S
E
R
TP
I
L
O
TB
U
RNERAOILGUNACTUATOR
2
7
5
2
7
6
1
H
J
A
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
Y
B
0
2
R
E
T
R
A
C
TP
I
L
O
TB
URNERAOILGUNACTUATOR
2
7
7
2
7
8
1
H
J
A
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
Y
B
0
1
I
N
S
E
R
T
/
R
E
T
R
A
C
TBURNERAHEEIACTUATOR
2
7
9
2
8
0
S
T
A
R
TB
U
R
N
E
RAHEEIIGNITION
1
H
J
A
2
1
G
T
0
0
1
Y
B
0
1
2
8
1
2
8
2
1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
3
B
U
R
N
E
RAS
C
A
V
E
N
GING
2
8
3
2
8
4
1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
4
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
A
I
L
U
R
E
2
8
5
2
8
6
1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
2
B
U
R
N
E
RAI
NS
E
R
VICE
2
8
7
2
8
8
1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
1
B
U
R
N
E
RAR
E
A
D
YTOSTART
2
8
9
2
9
0
1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
5
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
L
A
M
EON
2
9
1
2
9
2
2
9
3
2
9
4
2
9
5
2
9
6
2
9
7+
2
9
8A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OBURNERAPRESS
1
H
J
M
2
1
C
P
2
0
1
2
9
9GND
3
0
0301->QF005
3
0
124V-->DC-V- 1
P
O
W
E
RS
U
P
P
L
YO
FB
U
RNERAFUELOILFLOWTRANSMITTER
H
J
H
2
1
C
F
2
0
1
3
0
2+
3
0
31
H
J
H
2
1
C
F
2
0
1
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LO
I
LFLOWXMTR
3
0
4GND
3
0
5
3
0
6GND
3
0
7+
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LO
I
LCONTROLVALVEPOSITIONFEEDBACK
3
0
81
H
J
H
2
1
A
A
1
0
1
X
Q
0
1B
3
0
9+
3
1
0U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LO
I
LCONTROLVALVEI/P
1
H
J
H
2
1
A
A
1
0
1
Y
Q
0
1B
3
1
1GND
3
1
2
3
1
3GND
3
1
4+
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OBURNERACONTROLVALVEPOSITIONFEEDBACK
1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
1
0
1
X
Q
0
1A
3
1
53
1
6+
3
1
7T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OBURNERACONTROLVALVEI/P
3
1
8GND
1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
1
0
1
Y
Q
0
1A
3
1
9
3
2
0321->QF006
3
2
1
P
O
W
E
RS
U
P
P
L
YO
FB
U
RNERAFLAMEDETECTOR
1
H
J
A
2
1
C
B
0
0
1
3
2
2 GND
3
2
3234->HX234
3
2
4235->HX235 1
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
L
A
M
ED
E
T
ECTED
H
J
A
2
1
C
B
0
0
1
3
2
5
3
2
6
3
2
7
3
2
8
3
2
9
3
3
0

WIRETYPE
DCSupply
24VDC

WIRECOLOUR
Positive :
Negative :
Ground

ACSupply
230VAC

:
Hot
Neutral :

BROWN

(BR)

BLUE
YELLOW/GREEN

(BL)
(YL/GN)

RED

(RD)

GREY

(GY)

FROMDCS
WIRETYPE

TODCS

TODCS

TODCS
FROMDCS

TODCS
FROMDCS

WIRESIZE

24VDC

1.0mm2UL1015

230VAC

2.5mm2and1.5mm2UL1015

R
O
T
A
R
YS
W
I
T
C
H

I
N
D
I
C
A
T
O
RL
I
G
H
T

B
U
T
T
O
N

R
E
D
G
R
E
E
N
A
M
B
E
R
H12
1

7
0

GN
1H
JA
21
CG
10
7
BU
RN
ERAH
EE
IIN
SE
RT
ED

1H
JA
21
CG
10
1
BURNER A OIL G
U
NI
N
S
E
R
T
E
D
H12
2

1H
JA
21
CG
10
8
BURNER A HEEIR
E
T
R
A
C
T
E
D

H12
9

1H
JA
21
CG
10
4
PI
LO
TBU
RN
ERAO
ILG
UN
IN
SE
RT
ED

H13
1

1H
JA
21
CG
10
5
PI
LO
TBU
RN
ERAO
ILG
UN
RETRAC
T
E
D
H13
3

H10
0

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1Y
B0
6
MF
T

1H
JM
31
AA
00
3X
B0
2
SC
AV
EN
GI
NGS
TE
AMT
OPI
LO
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEC
LO
SE
D

H13
2
GN

AM
B

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1Y
B0
1
BU
RN
ERAR
EA
DYT
OST
AR
T

H13
0
GN

H12
0

1H
JM
31
AA
00
2X
B0
2
ATOMIZING STE
A
MT
OP
I
L
O
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEC
LO
SE
D

H30
0

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1Y
B0
3
BU
RN
ERAS
CA
VE
NG
IN
G

SB
10
3

GN

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1X
B0
1
START BU
R
N
E
RA

RD

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1X
B0
2
ST
OPB
UR
NE
RA

SB
10
4

SB
10
1

GN

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1X
B0
3
ST
AR
TBU
RN
ERAS
CA
VE
NG
IN
G

H20
0

BURNER AL
O
C
A
L

80
400

BK

LA
MP
STE
STB
UT
TO
N

RD
1H
JS
21
AA
00
3X
B0
2
PURGE AIR TO PI
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RA
SHUTOFF VAL
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

BL

SA
10
1
SB
10
2

GN
1H
JS
21
AA
00
3X
B0
1
PURGE AIR TO PI
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RA
SHUTOFF VA
L
V
EO
P
E
N

RD

WT

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1Y
B0
2
BU
RN
ERAI
NSE
RV
IC
E

H11
9

1H
JM
31
AA
00
2X
B0
1
ATOMIZING STE
A
MT
OP
I
L
O
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEO
PE
N

RD

1H
JH
31
AA
00
2X
B0
2
PI
LO
TBU
RN
ERAF
UE
LOI
LSA
FE
TY
SHUTOFF VAL
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

RD
1H
JS
21
AA
00
2X
B0
2
PURGE AIR TOB
U
R
N
E
RA
SHUTOFF VAL
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

GN

H11
6

H11
2
RD

1H
JS
21
AA
00
2X
B0
1
PURGE AIR TOB
U
R
N
E
RA
SHUTOFF VA
L
V
EO
P
E
N
H11
8

H11
5

1H
JM
31
AA
00
3X
B0
1
SCAVENGING STE
A
MT
OP
I
L
O
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEO
PE
N

GN

RD

GN

1H
JH
31
AA
00
2X
B0
1
PI
LO
TBU
RN
ERAF
UE
LOI
LSA
FE
TY
SHUTOFF VA
L
V
EO
P
E
N

RD

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1Y
B0
4
BURNER AF
A
I
L
U
R
E

H11
1
GN

H11
0

H12
5
AM
B

H10
8
RD

1H
JM
21
AA
00
3X
B0
2
1H
JM
21
AA
00
2X
B0
2
1H
JH
21
AA
00
2X
B0
2
SC
AV
EN
GI
NGS
TE
AMT
OBU
RN
ERA ATOMIZING STEAMT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
BURNER A F
U
E
LO
I
L
SHUTOFF VAL
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D
SHUTOFF VAL
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D
SA
FE
TYS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEC
LO
SE
D

GN

1H
JH
21
GH
00
1Y
B0
5
BU
RN
ERAF
LA
MEO
N

H10
4
RD

B
L
A
C
K

H11
7
GN

1H
JM
21
AA
00
3X
B0
1
1H
JM
21
AA
00
2X
B0
1
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
SC
AV
EN
GI
NGS
TE
AMT
OBU
RN
ERA ATOMIZING STEAMT
SHUTOFF VA
L
V
EO
P
E
N
SHUTOFF VA
L
V
EO
P
E
N

H10
9

H12
4
GN

H10
7
GN

1H
JH
21
AA
00
2X
B0
1
BURNER A F
U
E
LO
I
L
SA
FE
TYS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEO
PE
N

RD

1H
JA
21
CG
10
2
BU
RN
ERAO
ILG
UNR
ET
RA
CT
ED

H10
3
GN

H10
2

H12
8
RD

3
5
0

H10
1

H12
7
GN

WT
1H
JH
21
GH
00
1X
B0
4
BU
RN
ERAR
EM
OT
E
H50
0
GN

LO
CA
L/
RE
MO
TES
WI
TC
H

POWER ON I
N
D
I
C
A
T
O
R

W
H
I
T
E
B
L
U
E

H00
1
LI
GH
TI
NGL
AM
P
FIRE RESISTA
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y
G
N

G
N
1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
1
B
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LG
U
NI
N
S
E
R
T
E
D

160

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
7
B
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
II
N
S
E
R
T
E
D

R
D

R
D
1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
2
B
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LG
U
NR
E
T
R
A
C
T
E
D

H
1
2
9

RELA
Y
S

BR
AK
ER
S

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
8
B
U
R
N
E
RAH
E
E
IR
E
T
R
A
C
T
E
D

H
1
2
4
G
N

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
5
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
L
A
M
EO
N
H
1
3
1

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
4
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
A
I
L
U
R
E

R
D
1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
5
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LG
U
N
R
E
T
R
A
C
T
E
D

A
M
B

HX
01
H
X9
0

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
6
M
F
T

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
1
B
U
R
N
E
RAR
E
A
D
YT
OS
T
A
R
T

1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
2
A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

G
N

R
D

H
1
3
2

G
N
1H
JM
31
AA
00
2X
B0
1
ATOMIZING STE
A
MT
OP
I
L
O
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEO
PE
N

R
D

G
N

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
X
B
0
1
S
T
A
R
TB
U
R
N
E
RA

S
B
1
0
3

R
D

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
X
B
0
2
S
T
O
PB
U
R
N
E
RA

R
D
1H
JM
31
AA
00
2X
B0
2
ATOMIZING STE
A
MT
OP
I
L
O
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEC
LO
SE
D

H
3
0
0

H
1
3
0

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
2
B
U
R
N
E
RAI
NS
E
R
V
I
C
E

S
B
1
0
4

G
N

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
X
B
0
3
S
T
A
R
TB
U
R
N
E
RAS
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
G

W
T

H
2
0
0

B
U
R
N
E
RAL
O
C
A
L

W
T
1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
X
B
0
4
B
U
R
N
E
RAR
E
M
O
T
E
H
5
0
0
G
N

B
K

L
A
M
P
ST
E
S
TB
U
T
T
O
N

R
D
1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
2
P
U
R
G
EA
I
RT
OP
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

B
L

1
H
J
H
2
1
G
H
0
0
1
Y
B
0
3
B
U
R
N
E
RAS
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
G

S
B
1
0
1

G
N
1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
1
P
U
R
G
EA
I
RT
OP
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EO
P
E
N
H
1
2
0

S
A
1
0
1
S
B
1
0
2

R
D
1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
2
P
U
R
G
EA
I
RT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D
H
1
1
9

H
1
1
6

1H
JM
31
AA
00
3X
B0
2
SC
AV
EN
GI
NGS
TE
AMT
OPI
LO
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEC
LO
SE
D

G
N

H
1
1
8

H
1
1
5

1H
JM
31
AA
00
3X
B0
1
SCAVENGING STE
A
MT
OP
I
L
O
T
BU
RN
ERAS
HU
TO
FFV
AL
VEO
PE
N

G
N
1
H
J
S
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
1
P
U
R
G
EA
I
RT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EO
P
E
N

R
D

R
D

H
1
1
2

1H
JH
31
AA
00
2X
B0
2
PI
LO
TBU
RN
ERAF
UE
LOI
LSA
FE
TY
SHUTOFF VAL
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

G
N

H
1
0
8

1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
2
S
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

G
N
1
H
J
H
3
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
1
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LO
I
LS
A
F
E
T
Y
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EO
P
E
N

H
1
1
7
G
N

1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
1
A
T
O
M
I
Z
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EO
P
E
N

H
1
1
1

H
1
1
0

H
1
3
3

H
1
0
0

R
D
1
H
J
H
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
2
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LO
I
L
S
A
F
E
T
YS
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EC
L
O
S
E
D

G
N

H
1
2
5

H
1
0
7
G
N

1
H
J
M
2
1
A
A
0
0
3
X
B
0
1
S
C
A
V
E
N
G
I
N
GS
T
E
A
MT
OB
U
R
N
E
RA
S
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EO
P
E
N
H
1
0
4

H
1
0
9

1
H
J
A
2
1
C
G
1
0
4
P
I
L
O
TB
U
R
N
E
RAO
I
LG
U
N
I
N
S
E
R
T
E
D

A
M
B

FIRE RESISTA
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y

H
1
0
3
G
N

1
H
J
H
2
1
A
A
0
0
2
X
B
0
1
B
U
R
N
E
RAF
U
E
LO
I
L
S
A
F
E
T
YS
H
U
T
O
F
FV
A
L
V
EO
P
E
N
H
1
0
2

H
1
2
8

H
1
2
2

DC

H
1
0
1

H
1
2
7

H
1
2
1

KA
10
1KA
10
4KA
21
7KA
22
4

L
O
C
A
L
/
R
E
M
O
T
ES
W
I
T
C
H

P
O
W
E
RO
NI
N
D
I
C
A
T
O
R

TE
RM
IN
AL
S
FIRE RESISTA
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y

FIRERESIST
A
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y

1200

FIRERESIST
A
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y

HX
91
H
X1
8
0

TE
RM
IN
AL
S
FIRE RESISTA
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y
HX
18
1HX
27
0
TE
RM
IN
AL
S
FIRE RESISTA
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y
XS
00
1

HX
27
0HX
36
0

TE
RM
IN
AL
S
FIRE RESISTA
N
TR
A
C
E
W
A
Y

8
0
0

FRONTVIEW

FRONTVIEWWITHC
O
V
E
R
P
L
A
T
E&D
O
O
RR
E
M
O
V
E
D

5
0

100

100

1
5
0

1
0
0

5
0

100

5
6
2

3
0
0

4
1
2

25
8
0
0

BO
TT
OMV
IE
W

NO
TE
:
1.Cabinetsize:1200mm(Height)*8
0
0
m
m
(
W
i
d
t
h
)
*
3
0
0
m
m
(
T
h
i
c
k
n
e
s
s
)
;
2.
Pr
ot
ec
ti
onl
ev
el
:IP
65
;
3.Material:ca
r
b
o
ns
t
e
e
l
;
4.
Bu
tt
ona
ndl
am
pho
les
iz
e:
2
2.
5
;
5.Thecabinetdoorshallbeo
p
e
n
e
dt
ot
h
el
e
f
ts
i
d
e
;
6.Backplanecanb
ed
e
m
o
l
i
s
h
e
d
;
7.Quantity:4forb
r
a
n
c
hp
i
p
e
l
i
n
e
;
8.Panelcolo
r
:
R
A
L
7
0
3
5
;
9.
Th
er
mo
st
at
ic
al
lyc
on
tr
ol
le
dhe
at
eri
ns
ta
ll
ed
.

NO
.

Symb
o
l

Nam
e

Typ
e
R
U
4
S
A
2
2
0

Quant
i
t
yManufac
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u
r
e
r
13

IDECIZUMIJAPAN

Rema
r
k

RELAY

K
A
1
0
1
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Start-up Burner
XRQ-12-6100

Users Manual

Please read this manual before any application

Xuzhou Combustion Control Research Institute


Co., Ltd

Preface

Notice
XRQ-12

Thank you for choosing the XRQ-11 burner designed by our company.
As an essential part of whole set of product for client, the manual is also a reference of
installion or maintenance staff.
Please read this manual before any application and keep for reference.

Brief Introduction:
XRQ-12

Structure,

features,

installation,

operation,

troubleshooting of XRQ-12 comprise this manual


Applicable Readers

Installation and maintenace staff and operator.

maintenance

and

Overview
XRQ-12-6100 XCC

XRQ-12-6100 burner, consists of bellows body, complex pneumatic actuator,


oil gun, flame holder, HEA exciter, and flame scanner, could be applied as
boiler start-up radiator in power plant and low-charged oil burner. It is compact
structured, equipped with large adjusting range, low noise, good flame
spreadability, and complete combustion.
Model
XRQ-12-6100

X Xuzhou Combustion Control


Research Institute Co., Ltd
RQ Burner
1 Fuel Oil

2
Media Atomizing Oil Gun
61MW
6100
Power 61MW

Data

Items

Burner Rated Power

Regulating Ratio

Main Oil Gun

Main Oil Gun Rated Capacity

Pilot Oil Gun

Pilot Oil Gun Rated Capacity

Data

61MW
51
Y
Medium Atomizing Oil Gun (Y)
5360kg/h
Y
Medium Atomizing Oil Gun (Y)
500kg/h


Fuel

Fuel Pressure

Fuel Temp.

Atomizing Medium

Atomizing Medium Pressure

Medium Temp.

Main Oil Gun Medium Consumption

Pilot Oil Gun Medium Consumption

Combustion Aid Air Flow

Main Oil Gun Stroke

Pilot Oil Gun Stroke

Spark Rod Stroke

Pneumatic Actuator Power

Air Source Pressure

Ignition

Heavy Oil

1.2MPa
90

Superheated Steam
0.8MPa
350
536kg/h
50kg/h
61640Nm3/h
500mm
500mm
700mm
220VAC
0.6 MPa

HEA igniter ignites pilot oil gunand


then ignites main oil gun

Burner Assembly and Size


See Figures

Burner Installation
1
Connect the burner flange to that of the boiler body.
2
Welding the burner air inlet coupling flange with wind tunnel.

3
Insert oil gun into tube, fix it with seal at the tube end, and then compress the
oil gun limit switch.
4 220240mm

Insert HEA Igniter into tube, leave 220240mm space between end of spark
rod and the board, then fasten the board.
5
Connect the oil/ air/ cooling wind inlet metal tube of each parts according to the
manual.
6
Connect wires of HEA exciter, flame scanner and actuator according to the
manual.
7
Switch on instrument air of all the pneumatic equipment
8
Check all the parts manually.
9
Switch on the power, and then check all the parts.

Burner Application

Strictly follow the prescription of the burner

Introduction of Burner and Its


Configuration
XRQ-12

XRQ-12 burner is consists of bellows body, complex pneumatic actuator, oil


gun, flame holder. HEA exciter, and flame scanner. Ignition is accomplished
in two grades: HEA igniter ignites pilot oil gun, and then ignites main oil gun.
The main oil gun and flame holder are designed to advance and retract at the
same time, and their positions are relatively fixed. Retraction mode of the
spark rod is cascade, which means spark rod retraction machinery may
advance and retract together with pilot oil gun, for further protection, it may
retract farther than that of the pilot oil gun.
Following are the manuals of main
equipments
1
HEA Exciter
See its manual

Flame Scanner
See its manual

Main Oil Gun


XYQ-31 Y

XYQ-31 midst composite oil gun (type Y)


consists of composite sprayer, oil distributor, gland nut, and gun body. See the
following figure:

Working Principle:
Fuel in media atomizing oil gun sprays into pre-mix chamber through
mix-flower, and steam or compressed air is sprayed into pre-mix chamber at
high speed. At the entrance of pre-mix chamber, high-speed steam or
compressed air with pressure will cut, roll, and push fuel, so as to form liquid
film at the exit of oil gun and make small oil drops

For usage and maintenance of oil gun, please see the oil gun manual

Complex Pneumatic Actuator

Complex pneumatic actuator is consists of large cylinder (push oil gun), small
cylinder (push spark rod), pipe and bracket, magnetic valve, and junction box.
See the following figure:

Data

Item

Stroke of large cylinder

Stroke of small cylinder

Thrust of large cylinder

Thrust of small cylinder

Power

Air Resource Pressure

Data

500mm
200mm
2000N
500N
220VAC
0.6MPa


For complex pneumatic actuator usage and maintenance, please see its
manual

Service

We supplies systems and service support of boiler combustion and auto


control system. Our engineers offers technical consulation, technical plan and
production model recommendation, and also site regulation and operation
training. Help client to save more energy and protect enviroment is our honor.

Notes for Delivery


Please indicate fuel type, viscidity, pressure, heat value, load of burner,
atomizing media, atomizing media temperature and its pressure, aid-burning
wind pressure and its temperature, and shape of flame as well when delivery.
Consequently, we could recommend appropriate burner model for you. Please
remember to tell us if you need any exciter, flame scanner, auto combustion
controller and their delivery date. In addition, we are appreciating to design
burner according to your requirements

XDH

HEA Exciter

Users manual

Xu Zhou Combustion Control Tech. Co.,Ltd

1 Overview
1.1 Features

This HEA ignition unit is of low-voltage capacitor discharging type. It features in low
discharging volts, high energy, and compact size, easy-carrying, safe and simplified
operation.
1.2

It is widely used in industries of electricity, petrochemical, metallurgical, aviation,


etc.
1.3 Code Illustration

These codes consist of company name, product code, data and structure model.
Following is the chart

DH
T F B
Ex Z L C

Structure: T for handle, F for signal feedback,


B for Ex-proof, Z for DC handle-easy,
L for aluminum cast case, C for punched case.
Main data Stored EnergyJ
Description HEI
Manufacturer XCC

2 Working Principle
XDH XDZ XDL
This HEA Ignition Unit consists of XDH series ignition exciter, XDZ series spaek rod
and XDL series cable.
220V 110V

1
Supply an 220VAC or 110VAC voltage to the ignition exciter. This input voltage is
converted to an D.C pulse voltage by step-up transformer and rectifier and charges
an energy-storing capacitor. When the voltage across the capacitor reaches the
breakdown level of the discharging tube, the capacitor discharges and the
discharging current flows through discharging tube, choke coil, connecting cable
and spark rod to produce high energy sparks at the spark rod firing gap. When the
exciter stops, residual electricity is discharged through the discharge resistor. (See
attached Chart 1)

3 Specifications
3.1 Data

Model

Items

HEA
Exciter

,J
Stored Energy
,V
Input voltage
,VDC
Output voltage
,/
Spark Rate , S/S
,(/)S
Duty Cycle , (on/off)
, VDC
Initial Spark Voltage

XDH- 20
XDH-2

XDH-10B

XDH-50

XDH-2Z

10

50

20T20F
2

20
AC220

DC12

25005
717

215
adjustable

13

300/60

120/60

30/60

6001400

,
Central Circuit
Resistance
Rod
,
Heat-resistance at
firing end
,
Central Circuit
Resistance

,VAC
Cable Breakdown Voltage
,M
Insulating Resistance

Ambient Temp.

Relative Humidity
Spark

0.05

800

(5min) 1250

0.1
5000 (50HZ)
500
3070
90

RH

3.2 Function
4 7 XDH2
XDH2ZXDH-10BXDH20XDH-20TXDH-20FXDH50

The exciter could be divided into 4 specifications and 7 models. They are

XDH 2

XDH2ZXDH-10BXDH20XDH-20TXDH-20FXDH50.
Follows is the types:

2
Stored Energy
2J

XDH-2Z
Exciter

Fuel Type


Fuel gas

10
10J

20
20J

50
50J

XDH-10B

XDH-20TF

XDH-50

Fuel gas Light


oil

Light oil
&Crude oil

Crude oil&
Residual oil

4 Mounting
4.1 4 M8
The HEA exciter can be mounted in the cabinet vertically or horizontally with 4 sets
of M8 screw.
4.2
The exciter should be grounding.
4.3
3

2
The HEA exciter shall be used with proper connecting cable and spark rod. Connect
the spark rod to the HEA exciter, using the high-voltage connecting cable. The two
threaded connectors of the connecting cable shall be properly connected to their
counterparts on the exciter and spark rod. Tighten the connector lock nut so that the
central electrodes contact well, otherwise strike arc might occur resulting in internal
damage of the unit. (See attached Chart 2)
4.4
L 4050mm( 3)
The firing end of the spark rod should be located where the fuel is dense. Judging
from experience, the dimension L between 40mm50mm is normally adjusted,
depending on oil gun spray angle and diffuser cone flow recycling. (See attached
Chart 3)
4.5
After mounting, supply the exciter with power.

Notice: Do not touch electric parts when igniting.

5 Operation
5.1
Do not energize the exciter if the spark rod is not connected to the exciter.
5.2 100
150mm
Connect the exciter correctly and insert firing end into fuel tank for 100 150mm
5.3 3.2
In high charge, do follow the working period prescribed.
5.4
Do cut off power if it is off for long time.
5.5 5

To service the exciter, disconnect power supply and wait for at least 5 minutes before
service operation.

6 Troubleshooting

Problem

Strike arc occurs at the


exciter-cable connector

Strike arc occurs at the spark


rod-cable connector

Cause

Poor contact between exciter


and connecting cable

Poor contact between exciter


and connecting cable
1
System power not supplied
to the unit
2

Poor
contact
among

exciter, spark rod and


The HEA Ignition unit does connecting cable
3
not work
Connecting cable broken or
short- circuit
4
Spark rod damaged
5
HEA exciter damaged

Troubleshooting

Reconnect

Reconnect

Check the power


supply

Reconnect

Replace the cable

Replace the rod

Repair or replace
the exciter

7 Transport and storage


7.1 Transport

Follow description and do not drenched or hit.


7.2 Storage

Placed in ventilated and no corrosive storagehouse.

Attached Charts

Fig4 Dimension Diagram


Application and Maintenance of Pneumatic Actuator
Overview

Pneumatic actuator is new pneumatic cylinder drive reciprocate machine,


which is applicable in advance and retract movement of oil gun, spark rod, and
flame detector in ignition system. This machine is agile, stable and easy to
handle

Installation and Regulation


1
Connect actuator and boiler wall with flange disc, and fasten with bolt and
spring gasket.
2

When mounting spark rod, fix its head at proper position. Then fasten the
bolt and ensure it will not loose.
3

Supply with gas and electric, and check if advanced and retracted signals are
sent. If there is any faults, check the relative position of bumper and stroke
switch or examine wiring.

Application and Maintenance


1 45
Remove dust and water and remain certain atomized oil in compressed air.
The pressure should meet technique data and its temperature should not
exceed 45

2
Check linkage regularly.
3 2530 34

If actuator is laid for long time, drive it 3-4 times every 25-30 days to ensure its
flexibility.
4 O

,
Clean cylinder wall and piston. Replace damaged cup and o-ring. Paste high
temperature lubricant on cup and piston. Gently insert piston into cylinder or
mount piston stem in piston cover, so as not to break the seal.

Troubles and Troubleshooting

Fault

Cause

Troubleshooting

, 1.

1.

spark rod block in tube

Remove block

2.

2.

Spark

rod Lower air pressure

Raise inlet pressure

could

not 3.

3.,

retract

or Air tube joint leakage

Fasten joint and change seal gasket

advance with 4.
electric and Cylinder leakage

4.

air on

5.,

5.

Change the seal cup

Solenoid valve failed on Examine circuit, or replace solenoid


changing direction

valve


Application and Maintenance of Oil Gun
Overview

Media-atomizing oil gun runs through the work of oil pressure and atomizing
media, and breaks liquid into small drops. Fuel in media atomizing oil gun
sprays into pre-mix chamber through mix-flower, and steam or compressed air
is sprayed into pre-mix chamber at high speed. At the entrance of pre-mix
chamber, high-speed steam or compressed air with pressure will cut, roll, and
push fuel, so as to form liquid film at the exit of oil gun and make small oil drops.
With the same sprayer, mechanical atomizing is preferred for large amount of
fuel spraying, while adopts media-atomizing oil gun if the charge is low. The oil
gun is simple structured, easy adjusted, large range of oil usage, small and
even atomized grains, and low fuel consumption.

Installation and Regulation


1

Before using, clean all the components, pipes, and holes. Make sure there is
no metal dross or draff. Fasten M2290 bolt and spring on the back gun base.
2

During installation, protect components like sprayer, diverter disc, foreside of


fitting, and screw thread of fitting from been damaged (if it is flexible oil gun,
metal tube should be considered as well).

3 27030N.M

Fasten the gland nut, and the moment is 27030N.M.

Preventing disability

in high temperature, please daub heat-resistant lube (graphite paste).


4 M24*1.5
M30*1.5
Fasten the oil gun tube with M241.5 (or M301.5) metal tube and connect
the other end to tube as well, after removing the transport protecting cover.
5
Before handling the gun, filtrating fuel and atomizing media.
6
Install check valve on atomizing media tube, avoiding fuel drop into tube.

Application and Maintenance


1

So as to guarantee the quality of atomizing quality, pressure of steam and fuel


should work following the data and open steam before open fuel. When it is
stopped, shut off the fuel circuit, then turn off steam pipeline until finished
purge.
2
Range of oil gun is adjustable through adjustment of fuel pressure.

Atomizing steam pressure could be adjusted as follows:


a) Pressure invariableness
b) /
Fuel/ steam differential pressure invariableness
c) /
Fuel/steam pressure ratio invariableness
3

Before using, check atomizing and solve problems if there is any trouble.
Please check and clean it regularly.
4

Check and protect the gun end, diffuser and wheel rotor regularly, or it may
disturb performance of flame shape and combustion stability.
5

When disassembling or cleaning oil end and diverter disc, pay attention to their
surface, or it may disable the seal. When reinstalling, please clean seal surface
of all components. See order and direction of installation of all components in
oil gun structure.
6 200kg

Since 200kg capacity is achieved by mechanic atomizing disk and oil


distributor, please read mechanic atomizing oil gun manual before application,
and close atomizing air pipeline.

Troubles and Troubleshooting

Troubles

Ignition problem

Flame Off

Flame Floating

Causes


Troubleshooting

Low oil supply

Excessive atomizing medium

Improper ignition position

Oil pressure unstable

Medium pressure unstable

Excessive medium

Nozzle blocked

Oil Pressure Low

Low medium pressure

Extend oil valve

Decrease medium valve

Readjust position

Stablize oil pressure

Stablize pressure

Decrease medium valve

Clean the nozzle

Raise pressure

Raise pressure


Low combustion air flow

Excessive oil

Low combustion air flow


Dark or red flame

Low medium supply

Low oil
White flame

High combustion air

Red spark in flame Impurity fuel

Bad joint sealing

Oil leakage
Bad gun top sealing

Raise flow

Decrease oil supply

Raise flow

Raise the flow

Raise oil supply

Decrease combustion

Apply a filter in pipeline

Fasten tube joint

Fasten gland nut

418320160-1257A-VUM

VALVE USERS MANUAL

REV.

Date:08/02/2010

Fig No:
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FREE

DESCRIPTION

V-255Q+115SR DN15

LSM-300
LSM-300
IP67

1.

2. NAMUR

3.

4.-2585-40120

5.
6. G1/21/2
NPTM20*1.5
7.8

8.

MB3.0 MB3.1 L .

MB3.0

S.S304-3mm
Carbon Steel
Polyester
Powder coated

30*80
H:20-30

LSM-300

MB3.1

Carbon Steel
Polyester
Powder coated

S.S304-3mm

30*130
H:30-50

LSM-300

MB3.2

Carbon Steel
Polyester
Powder coated

S.S304-3mm

30*80
H:20

LSM-300
LSM-400

MB3.3

Carbon Steel
Polyester
Powder coated

S.S304-3mm

30*80
H:20-30
H:50

LSM-300
LSM-400

(BW)

(SW)

(HIGH TEMP.)

PTFE

(HIGH TEMP.)

DIRECT OPERATED REGULATOR SPECIFICATION


Customer:
Contact:
Reference:
Project:
Item:
001
Rev:
Tag: 1HJH30AA101
Application:
Size and Type:

starcontrols
Contact:
Quote:
DL100108
Data Sheet:
F.S. Number:

Pressure Reducing
1 Inch 95HP

Process Data
Flowing Media:
Specific Gravity:
Temperature:
Vapor Pressure:
Inlet Pressure:
Outlet Pressure:
Differential Pressure:
Set Pressure:
Critical Pressure:
Density:
Molecular Weight:
Flow Rate:
Line Size/Sched No:
Inlet:
Outlet:

3A
9/16 Inch
Neoprene

Actuator
Spring #:
Spring Range:
80-400 psig
Set Pressure:
Actuator Matl
Lower Casing(Dia. Case):
Upper Casing(Spring Case):
Spring Case Vent Tapped:
Pressure Registration
Internal:
Yes
External:
Dia. Matl:
Neoprene
Diaphragm Protector:

Oil
0.991

0.6-1.5 MPa(G)
0.4-0.5 MPa(G)
0.4-0.5 MPa(G)

500-2500 kg/h

Max. Pressure Rating


Inlet:
Outlet:

Steel
No

600 psig
600 PSIG ( 40.8 bar)

Approx. Shipping Weight (each):

Sizing
Required Flow Coefficient:
Recovery Coefficient:
Km:
C1:
Available Flow Coefficient:
Wide Open Flow Coefficient:

Filter:
Filter Material:
Internal Relief:
Bugproof Vent:
Pressure Gauge:
Vent Position:

Inlet Pressure (P1)


Outlet Pressure (P2)
Temperature (T)
Liquid Flow Rate (Q)
Sizing Coefficient, Cv (Cv)

kPa(g)
kPa(g)
deg C
l/m

Minimum
600.000
400.000
100.000
8.507
0.413

4.4 Cv

Normal
400.000

NOTES:

-1.2.39-deeperblue

08 JAN 10

Qty: 2

Body Style
End Connect:
NPT
Material:
Steel
Body Tapping(inlet/outlet):
Trim
Material:
Orifice Size:
Disk/Seat Material:

Rev: 00

06 JUL 10 07:42:50 pm

Maximum
1500.000
500.000
100.000
42.535
0.924

Bulletin 71.1:95

95 Series Industrial Pressure Regulators


The 95 Series regulator is a compact, large-capacity, self-operated pressure regulator (see figures 1, 2 and 3).
The unit is available in 1/4 through 2-inch sizes and is offered in several different end connection configurations.
They are designed to handle pressures up to 600 psig (41.4 bar) and temperatures up to 650F (343C).
This product can help solve the toughest pressure control applications. Typical applications include superheated
steam, steam tracing, nitrogen purging, boiler feed water, process chemicals, cooling water, test fixtures, wash
tanks, sterilizers/autoclaves, fuel lines, pneumatic supply, and many others.

Features
D HandwheelsAllow easy pressure setting changes and are standard on Types 95LD,
95HD, and optional on the 1/2-inch body size of
the Types 95L and 95H regulators. Tee-handles
are optional on all other Types 95L and 95H
body sizes

D Differential Pressure Capability


Spring-loaded TFE packing and tapped connections permit pressure loading of the Types
95LD and 95HD spring cases

D Special Service CapabilitiesOptional


materials are available for applications handling
sour gases, cryogenics, and superheated
steam. NACE construction complies with
MR0175-92

D VersatileCan be used with all process


media, air, steam, gas, water, liquids (oils and
process chemicals), oxygen and cyrogenics
D Tight Shutoff With Elastomer
SeatsMetal seats available for high
temperatures

D Large Turndown RatioNo


need for low Cv trims at low flows

D Self OperatedDesign
maximizes speed of response
D Grafoil GasketsFor high
temperature applications up to
650_F (343_C) (optional)

D RobustUp to 600 psig


(41.4 bar) inlet pressure

D Set Pressures To 400 Psig (27.4 Bar)

D P1 = P2Inlet equals outlet rating


in 95H series up to 600 psig

D Multiple End Connection Options


To match your application

W0077-1 / IL

D Rugged ConstructionAvailable in a
variety of materials including cast iron, carbon steel,
stainless steel, Monel, Hastelloy C, Kalrezt and
Vitont to address the toughest service conditions.
Severe service elastomers and corrosion resistant
trims are also available excellent fluid compatibility

8/97

Type 95H

D Easy MaintenanceSeating parts are easily


accessible by removing the plug on the bottom of
the regulator

Bulletin 71.1:95
Specifications
Available Configurations
Type 95L: Low-pressure regulator for 2 to 30 psig
(0.1 to 2.0 bar) outlet pressures
Type 95H: High-pressure regulator for 5 to 150
psig (0.34 to 10 bar) outlet pressures
Type 95LD: Low-pressure differential regulator for
2 to 30 psig (0.1 to 2.0 bar) differential
pressures with handwheels and packing box
Type 95HD: High-pressure differential regulator for
5 to 150 psig (0.34 to 10 bar) differential pressures
with handwheel and packing box
Type 95HP: High-pressure regulator for 5 to 400
psig (0.34 to 28 bar) outlet pressures (soft seated)
Type 95HT: High-pressure/high temperature
regulator for 5 to 300 psig (0.34 to 21 bar) outlet
pressures (metal seat) and up to 650F (343C)
Type 95LC: Low-pressure regulator for 2 to 30
psig (0.1 to 2.0 bar) outlet pressures for cold temperature applications down to -325F (-198C)
Type 95HC: High-pressure regulator for 5 to 150
psig (0.34 to 10 bar) outlet pressures for cold
temperature applications down to -325F (-198C)
Body and Orifice Sizes
1/4-inch body: 1/4-inch (6.4 mm) orifice
1/2-inch body: 3/8-inch (9.5 mm) orifice
3/4 and 1-inch bodies: 9/16-inch (14.3 mm)
orifice
1-1/2 and 2-inch bodies: 1-1/16-inch (27 mm)
orifice
End Connection Style
NPT screwed, ANSI flanged; all sizes are fabricated
with slip-on flanges and are 14-inches face to face
(DIN flanged; 356 mm face to face), 150 RF,
300RF, 600RF or SWE
Maximum Pressures(1)
See table 3
Outlet or Differential Pressure Ranges
See table 5
Elastomer Temperature Ranges(1)
Nitrile Parts: -40 to 180F (-40 to 82C)
Neoprene Parts: -40 to 180F (-40 to 82C)
Fluoroelastomer Parts: 0 to 300F (-18 to 149C)
hot water limited to 200F (93C)
Ethylenepropylene Parts: -40 to 450F (-40 to
232C)
PTFE: -325 to 450F (-198 to 232C)
Spring Case Construction
Vent is a drilled untapped hole (standard),
NPT (optional) See figure 6
On Types 95HD and 95LD a NPT tapped vent hole
is standard

Allowable Temperature Ranges for Metal Parts


Body Design

Types 95H,
95HD, 95L,
95LD and 95HP

Type 95HT

Types 95LC
and 95HC

Cast Iron Body


and Spring
Case

-40 to 406_F
(-40 to 208_C)

-40 to 406_F
(-40 to 208_C)

Not available

Steel Body and


Spring Case

-20 to 450_F
(-29 to 232_C)

-20 to 650_F
(-29 to 343_C)

Not available

Stainless Steel
Body and
Spring Case

-40 to 450_F
(-40 to 232_C)

-40 to 550_F
(-40 to 287_C)

-325 to 550_F
(-198 to 287_C)

Pressure Setting Adjustment


Types 95L, 95H, 95HT, 95HP, 95LC and 95HC:
Adjusting screw (standard),
Handwheel/Tee handle (optional) 1/2-inch bodies
have a handwheel all other sizes have tee handles
Types 95LD and 95HD: Handwheel for adjustment
Pressure Registration
Types 95L, 95H, 95HT, 95HP, 95LC and 95HC:
Internal
Types 95LD and 95HD: Internal combined with
outside pressure source for differential pressure
Typical Regulating Capacities
Air: See tables 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
Steam: See tables 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17
Water: See tables 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22
Shutoff Classification Per ANSI/FCI 70-2-1975
R1990)
Metal Seats: Class IV is standard
Elastomer Seats: Class VI or better
PTFE: Class V
Wide Open Flow Coefficients for Relief Sizing
See table 4
Pressure Connections
See figure 6
Construction Materials
See table 6
Common Services and Material Compatibility
See table 7
Approximate Weight
Types 95H, 95HD, 95HT, 95HP and 95HC:
1/4-inch body: 4 lb (1.8 kg)
1/2-inch body: 8 lb (3.6 kg)
3/4 and 1 inch bodies: 20 lb (9.1 kg)
1-1/2 and 2-inch bodies: 73 lb (33.1 kg)
Types 95L, 95LD and 95LC
1/4-inch body: 6 lb (2.7 kg)
1/2-inch body: 12 lb (5.4 kg)
3/4 and 1-inch bodies: 32 lb (14.5 kg)

1. The pressure/temperature limits in this bulletin and any applicable standard or code limitation for this regulator should not be exceeded.

Bulletin 71.1:95

W1894-1 / IL

W1894-1 / IL

TYPE 95HD
TYPE 95LD

W6195 / IL

TYPE 95LD (FLANGED)

W5092 / IL
W5091 / IL

TYPE 95L

Figure 2. Exterior

TYPE 95H

Views of 95 Series Regulators

Bulletin 71.1:95

W0077-1 / IL

W0079-1 / IL

TYPE 95L REGULATOR


WITH NEOPRENE DIAPHRAGM
AND NEOPRENE VALVE DISK

W0078- / IL

TYPE 95H or 95HT REGULATOR


WITH METAL DIAPHRAGM AND
METAL SEATING SURFACES

TYPE 95HD REGULATOR


WITH METAL DIAPHRAGM
AND SEAT, ALSO
TYPICAL OF TYPE 95LD

Figure 3. Sectional Views

Principle of Operation
The Type 95 (refer to figure 4) is a direct operated regulator. Downstream pressure is registered internally
through the body to the under side of the diaphragm.
When the downstream pressure is at or above the set
pressure, the disk is held against the seat, and there is
no flow through the regulator. When demand increases, downstream pressure drops slightly allowing
the spring to extend, moving the stem down and the
disk away from the seat. This allows flow through the
body to the downstream system. Types 95H, 95L,
95HT, 95HC and 95LC use spring force to regulate
outlet pressure. Types 95HD and 95LD use spring
force to maintain a differential pressure between
spring case loading pressure and outlet pressure.

Capacity Data
The capacity information on the following pages is
based on three offset factors, 10, 20 and 40 percent.
Offset, or droop, is deviation from the set point of the
regulator, and is usually stated in percentage of set
point value.
For example, refer to the air flow rate curve in figure 5.
The regulator is set for 15 psig (1.0 bar) at the outlet,
with 100 psig (6.9 bar) at the inlet and a 300 standard
cubic feet per hour (8.5 cubic meters per hour) flow
rate. Capacity at 10 percent offset is read at the intersection of a line projected horizontally to the right from
the 13.5 psig (0.5 bar) outlet pressure point and the

1
PRESSURE A
(SPRING CASE LOADING PRESSURE)
PRESSURE A + SPRING SETTING - PRESSURE B

INLET
PRESSURE

PRESSURE B
(OUTLET PRESSURE)

NOTE:
1 PRESSURE A MAY BE ANOTHER PRESSURE
SYSTEM OR A MANUAL LOADING REGULATOR
A2543-2 / IL

Figure 4. Operational Schematic for


Types 95LD and 95HD Regulators

100 psig (6.9 bar) inlet curve. The 13.5 psig (0.9 bar)
is derived by applying the offset factor of 10 percent to
the regulator setting of 15 psig (1.0 bar). The same
method is employed for 20 percent offset, except the
capacity value is read at the 12 psig (0.8 bar) outlet
pressure point, 20 percent less than the 15 psig (1.0
bar) setting.
For highest capacity and the most accurate control
within a particular type of the 95 Series regulators, use
the lowest range spring that can be adjusted to the

Bulletin 71.1:95
AIR FLOW IN NORMAL CUBIC METERS PER HOUR

CE4967-A
B0392-2

AIR FLOW IN THOUSANDS OF STANDARD CUBIC FEET PER HOUR

Figure 5. Air Flow Performance Curves of a 1-inch Type 95L Regulator

desired set point (see table 5 for part numbers of appropriate springs for each body size). See table 1 for
sizing example for the Types 95HD and 95LD regulators.
If closer control is necessary, a regulator of larger capacity or different design should be selected, so that
the necessary flow can be obtained with a smaller offset factor.
Sometimes it may be necessary to interpolate the capacity table data to determine capacity for outlet settings not given. To maintain accuracy, it is important
when interpolating to stay within a spring range if possible. The following is a procedure for interpolating the
data to calculate flow:
1. Determine which spring is to be used.

Example:
P1 = 100 psig
1/4 inch Type 95H with 15 to 30 psig
spring range
P2 = 20 psig
Determine air capacity, Q.
Solution:
Qa = 1000 SCFH
P2a = 15 psig

Qb = 1900 SCFH
P2b = 30 psig

1900 - 1000
30 - 15

1900 - Q
30 - 20

Q = 1300 SCFH

NOTE: The same interpolation procedure can be used


for different inlet pressures.

2. Find the two outlet settings (P2a & P2b) that bracket the
actual outlet pressure P2.

An alternative method for interpolating capacities is to


back calculate Cvs as shown in table 2.

3. For a given body size and inlet pressure, find the capacity
Qa for P2a and Qb for P2b.

Contact your nearest Fisher Representative if you


should have any questions about selecting the proper
regulator.

4. Use the following formula to determine the interpolated


capacity (Q).
Qb - Qa
P 2b - P 2a

Qb - Q
P 2b - P 2

Air Capacities
Regulating capacities at selected pressures and outlet
pressure flows are given in SCFH (60_F and 14.7
psia) of air at 60_F. To determine the equivalent ca-

Bulletin 71.1:95
pacities for other gases, multiply the table capacities
by the following appropriate conversion factors: 1.29
for 0.6 specific gravity natural gas, 0.810 for propane,
0.707 for butane, or 1.018 for nitrogen. For gases of
other specific gravities, divide by the square root of the
appropriate specific gravity.
Then, if capacity is desired in normal cubic meters per
hour at 0_C and 1.01325 bar, multiply SCFH by
0.0268.

where,
Q = Steam flow, lb/hr
P1(abs) = Absolute inlet pressure, psia (add 14.7 psi
to gauge inlet pressure to obtain absolute inlet
pressure)
Cs = Wide-open steam sizing coefficient from table 4.

Capacities in tables 8, 9 and 11, are for regulators using elastomer diaphragms. Depending on regulator
construction, a multiplier must be used to convert to
capacities for regulators using metal diaphragms.

For pressure drops lower than critical (absolute outlet


pressure greater than one-half absolute inlet pressure), use the sizing nomographs in Fisher Catalog
10, or the Fisher Sizing Program.

To determine wide-open flow capacity for relief valve


sizing of air at a temperature of 60_F, use the equation for critical pressure drops (absolute outlet pressure equal to one-half or less than one-half the absolute inlet pressure).

Water Capacities

Q = P1(abs)Cg
where,
Q = Gas flow, SCFH (60_F and 14.7 psia)
P1(abs) = Absolute inlet pressure psia (add 14.7 psi
to gauge inlet pressure to obtain absolute
inlet pressure)
Cg = Wide-open gas sizing coefficient from table 4.
For pressure drops lower than critical (absolute outlet
pressure greater than one-half the absolute inlet pressure), use the sizing nomographs in Fisher Catalog
10, or the Fisher Sizing Program.
To obtain capacities in normal cubic meters per hour
at 0_C and 1.01325 bar, multiply the capacity determined in SCFH by 0.0268.

Steam Capacities
Capacities in tables 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17 are in
pounds per hour of saturated steam. To obtain capacities in kilograms per hour, multiply the capacities given
in the table by 0.4535. Capacities have been calculated for stainless steel diaphragms only since steam
service exceeds the elastomer diaphragm temperature
limits.
To determine wide-open flow capacity for relief valve
sizing of steam, use the equation for critical pressure
drops (absolute outlet pressure equal to one-half or
less than one-half absolute inlet pressure).
Q = P1(abs)Cs

All water capacities in tables 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 are


in gallons per minute. Capacities in tables 18, 19 and
21 are for regulators using only elastomer diaphragms.
Depending on regulator size, a multiplier, given in
these tables, must be used to convert to capacities for
regulators using metal diaphragms.
To determine flow capacity for liquid relief valve sizing,
refer to Fisher Catalog 10, or the Fisher Sizing Program using the Cv coefficients given in table 4. The Km
values listed in table 4 can be used to predict choked
flow on liquid service.
To convert capacities to cubic meters per hour, multiply gallons per minute by 0.2271.

Installation
The 95 Series regulators may be installed in any position, as long as flow will be in the same direction as
that indicated by the body arrow. The Types 95H, 95L,
95HT, 95HP 95HC and 95LC regulators should be
installed so that their spring case vents are protected
from anything that might clog them.
Fisher provides an instruction manual with every regulator shipped. Refer to this for complete installation,
operation and maintenance instructions. Included is a
complete listing of individual parts and recommended
spare parts.

NACE Standard MR0175-92 Compliance


Optional materials are available for applications handling sour gases. These constructions comply with the
recommendations of National Association of Corrosive
Engineers (NACE) MR0175-92.
The manufacturing processes and materials used by
Fisher Controls assure that all products specified for
sour gas service comply with the chemical and physical requirements of NACE standard MR0175-92.

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 1. Sizing Types 95HD and 95LD Pressure Regulators
STEPS

EXAMPLE

PSIG

EXAMPLE

BAR

1. Determine service conditions.

P1 = 135 psig, P2 = 25 to 40 psig,


Bias = 10 psig
Loading pressure = 15 to 30 psig
Qmax = 1100 SCFH air
Specific Gravity = 1
Allowable droop/offset = 20%
Line size = 1/2-inch

P1 = 9.3 bar, P2 = 1.7 to 2.8 bar,


Bias = 0.7 bar
Loading pressure = 1.0 to 2.1 bar
Qmax = 29.5 m3/h(n) air
Specific Gravity = 1
Allowable droop/offset = 20%
Line size = 1/2-inch

2. Select type number and spring


range using tables 3 and 4.

Since the bias set is 10 psig, select the Type


95LD with a 5 to 15 psig spring range. (The Type
95LD will withstand the pressure for the application, and also has the lightest spring available.)

Since the bias set is 0.7 bar, select the Type 95LD with a
0.3 to 1.0 bar spring range. (The Type 95LD will withstand
the pressure for the application, and also has the lightest
spring available.)

3. Using the Fisher Sizing


Program, calculate a Cg from data
given in the capacity tables. Use
the table inlet pressure closest to
the service condition. Also calculate using the table outlet pressure
which is closest to the spring bias.

For the purpose of sizing, use the spring set point


(bias) of 10 psig as outlet pressure, and an inlet
pressure of 150 psig.
The closest capacity data in Tables 4 and 8
shows the following:
C1 = 35 (Table 4)
P1table = 150 psig
P2table = 10 psig
Droop/offset = 10 psig x 20% = 2 psig
nPtable = 150 psig - (10 psig - 2 psig) = 142 psid
Q = 1400 SCFH for size 1/2 inch Type 95LD at
20% droop/offset

For the purpose of sizing, use the spring set point (bias) of
0.7 bar as outlet pressure, and an inlet pressure of 10.3 bar.
The closest capacity data in Tables 4 and 8 shows the
following:
C1 = 35 (Table 4)
P1table = 10.3 bar
P2table = 0.7 bar
Droop/offset = 0.7 bar x 20% = 0.1 bar
nPtable = 10.3 bar - (0.7 bar - 0.1 bar) = 9.7 bar differential
Q = 37.5 m3/h(n) for size 1/2-inch Type 95LD at 20%
droop/offset

4. Use the information in Step 3 to


calculate Cg using the Fisher
Sizing Program.

Cg calculated = 8.5

Cg calculated = 8.5

5. Calculate flow for application


based upon actual conditions and
calculated Cg.

P1 = 135 psig
P2max = 40 psig
Droop/offset = 10 psig x 20% = 2 psig
nP actual = 135 psig - (40 psig - 2 psig) = 97 psid
Cg calculated = 8.5
Q = 1248 SCFH air with droop/offset equal to
20% of spring bias

P1 = 9.3 bar
P2max = 2.8 bar
Droop/offset = 0.7 bar x 20% = 0.1 bar
nP actual = 9.3 bar - (2.8 bar - 0.1 bar) = 6.6 bar differential
Cg calculated = 8.5
Q = 33.4 m3/h(n) air with droop/offset equal to
20% of spring bias

Table 2. Back Calculating Sizing Coefficients


STEPS

EXAMPLE

PSIG

EXAMPLE

BAR

1. Determine service conditions

P1 = 25 psig, P2 = 18 psig, Qmax = 10 gpm,


Medium = Water

P1 = 1.7 bar, P2 = 1.2 bar,


Medium = Water, Qmax = 37.9 liters per minute

2. Select Type number and spring


range using tables 3 and 4

The Type 95L with a 13 to 30 psig pressure range,


will provide the lightest spring for the application.

The Type 95L with a 0.9 to 2.1 bar pressure range, will
provide the lightest spring for the application.

3. Because the capacity table for a


Type 95L in Table 18 does not
provide data for the exact application, choose the values from the
table that most closely match the
application. A 1-inch Type 95L fits
the closest.

P1table = 30 psig
P2table = 20 psig
Droop/offset = 20 psig x 20% = 4 psig
nPtable = 30 psig - (20 psig - 4 psig) = 14 psid
Q = 13 gpm
Km = 0.67 (See table 4)

P1table = 2.1 bar


P2table = 1.4 bar
Droop/offset = 1.4 bar x 20% = 0.3 bar
nPtable = 2.1 bar - (1.4 bar - 0.3 bar) = 1.0 bar differential
Q = 49.2 liters per minute
Km = 0.67 (See table 4)

4. Use information in Step 3 to


calculate Cv using Fisher Sizing
Program.

Cv calculated = 3.47

Cv calculated = 3.41

5. Determine flow capacity of Type


95 with actual conditions using Cv
calculated from Step 4

Cv = 3.47
P1 = 25 psig
P2 = 18 psig
Droop/offset = 18 psig x 20% = 3.6 psig
nP actual = 25 psig - (18 psig - 3.6 psig) = 10.6 psid
Q calculated = 11.3 gpm

Cv = 3.41
P1 = 1.7 bar
P2 = 1.2 bar
Droop/offset = 1.2 bar x 20% = 0.2 bar
nP actual = 1.7 bar - (1.2 bar - 0.2 bar) = 0.7 bar differential
Q calculated = 41.1 liters per minute

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 3. Maximum Pressures
REGULATOR
TYPE

95L, 95LD,
95LC

95H, 95HD,
95HC

Type 95HP
at 100F
(37.8C)

BODY SIZE,
INCHES

All

Sizes(2)

All Sizes(2)

1/4 to 2

BODY AND
SPRING CASE
MATERIALS

NPT

250

17.2

50

3.4

Steel

150RF

285

19.7

125

8.6

275

19.0

125

8.6

300

20.7

125

8.6

Stainless Steel

150RF

Steel or
Stainless Steel

NPT, 300RF,
600RF or SWE

Elastomer
All-Metal

Cast Iron

NPT

250

17.2

250

17.2

Steel

150RF

285

19.7

285

19.7

Stainless Steel

150RF

275

19.0

275

19.0

Steel or
Stainless Steel

NPT, 300RF,
600RF or SWE

300

20.7

300

20.7

Steel(1)

NPT, 300RF,
600RF or SWE
NPT, 300RF,
600RF or SWE
300RF

600

41.4

600

41.4

600

41.4

550

37.9

Stainless Steel(1)(3)

1/4 to 1(2)
Stainless Steel(1)(4)
Steel(1)(4)
1-1/2, 2
Stainless Steel(1)(4)

Elastomer
All-Metal

Elastomer
535

36.9

535

36.9

NPT, 600RF or SWE

600

41.4

600

41.4

300RF

445

30.7

445

30.7

NPT, 600RF or SWE

600

41.4

550

37.9

535

36.9

450

31.0

NPT, 600RF or SWE

600

41.4

450

31.0

300RF

445

30.7

445

30.7

NPT, 600RF or SWE

600

41.4

450

31.0

All-Metal

300RF

1. Maximum inlet for Types 95HT and 95HP is 600 psi (41.4 bar) or body rating limit, whichever is lower. Values listed for the Type 95HT
assume temperatures of 650F (343C), and 100F (37.8C) for the Type 95HP.
2. 1/4-inch bodies shall be provided with 1/2-inch flanges.
3. Maximum outlet pressure for the stainless steel Type 95HP is 550 psi (37.9 bar) or flange rating limit, whichever is lower.
4. Maximum outlet pressure for the Type 95HT is 450 psi (31.0 bar) or flange rating limit, whichever is lower.

Table 4. Flow Coefficients for all Type 95 Regulators


BODY
SIZES,
INCHES

MAXIMUM
OUTLET
PRESSURE(1)
Psig
Bar

Cast Iron

Steel(1)(4)
Type 95HT
at 650F
(343C)

MAXIMUM
INLET
PRESSURE
Psig
Bar

DIAPHRAGM
AND SEAT
MATERIALS

END
CONNECTIONS

WIDE OPEN COEFFICIENTS


(FOR RELIEF SIZING)

C1

Km

1.40

35

.82

3.35

35

.71

156

7.80

35

.67

475

23.75

38

.82

Cv

Cg

Cs

1/4

0.8

28

1/2

1.9

67

3/4, 1

4.4

1-1/2, 2

12.5

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 5. Body Sizes and Pressure Ranges
TYPE
NUMBER

BODY SIZE,
INCHES

Inches

mm

.148
.172
.207
.281
.234
.281
.306
.343
.406
.148
.172
.207
.207
.234
.281
.306
.343
.406
.531
.562
.593
.656

3.76
4.37
5.26
7.13
5.94
7.13
7.77
8.71
10.3
3.75
4.37
5.26
5.26
5.94
7.13
7.77
8.71
10.3
13.5
14.3
15.1
16.7

1E392527022
1E392627012
1E392727142
1E395627022
1D745527142
1E395727192
1E398927022
1E399027142
1E399127162
1E392527022
1E392627012
1E392727142
1E395627012
1D745527142
1E395727192
1E398927022
1E399027142
1E399127162
1E795327082
1E795427082
1E793327082
1P788827082

1/4

15 to 100
80 to 300

1.0 to 6.9
5.5 to 20.7

.192
.282

4.87
7.16

14B9941X012 None
14B9940X012 None

1/2

15 to 100
80 to 300

1.0 to 6.9
5.5 to 20.7

.282
.375

7.16
9.52

14B9943X012 None
14B9942X012 None

3/4, 1

15 to 100
80 to 300

1.0 to 6.9
5.5 to 20.7

.437
.562

11.0
14.2

14B9944X012 None
14B9945X012 None

1-1/2, 2

15 to 100
60 to 260

1.0 to 6.9
4.1 to 17.9

.625
.812

15.9
20.6

17B1704X012 None
17B1705X012 None

1/4

15 to 100
80 to 400

1.0 to 6.9
5.5 to 27.6

.192
.282

4.87
7.16

14B9941X012 None
14B9940X012 None

1/2

15 to 100
80 to 400

1.0 to 6.9
5.5 to 27.6

.282
.375

7.16
9.52

14B9943X012 None
14B9942X012 None

3/4, 1

15 to 100
80 to 400

1.0 to 6.9
5.5 to 27.6

.437
.562

11.0
14.2

14B9944X012 None
14B9945X012 None

1-1/2, 2

15 to 100
60 to 300

1.0 to 6.9
4.1 to 20.7

.625
.812

15.9
20.6

17B1704X012 None
17B1705X012 None

1/4

2 to 6
5 to 15

0.1 to 0.4
0.3 to 1.0

.142
.187

3.60
4.47

19A2852X012 None
19A2854X012 Blue

1/2

2 to 6

0.1 to 0.4

.207

5.25

1E3956X0012 Yellow

3/4, 1

2 to 6
5 to 15

0.1 to 0.4
0.3 to 1.0

.312
.375

7.92
9.52

13A4678X012 None
1K762537022 None

1/4

15 to 50
40 to 200

1.0 to 3.4
2.8 to 13.8

.192
.282

4.87
7.16

14B9941X012 None
14B9940X012 None

1/2

15 to 50
40 to 200

1.0 to 3.4
2.8 to 13.8

.282
.375

7.16
9.52

14B9943X012 None
14B9942X012 None

3/4, 1

15 to 50
40 to 200

1.0 to 3.4
2.8 to 13.8

.437
.562

11.0
14.3

1-1/2, 2

5 to 40
30 to 200

0.3 to 2.8
2.1 to 13.8

.625
.812

15.9
20.1

14B9944X012
14B9945X012
17B1704X012
17B1705X012

1/2

1/4

1/2

3/4, 1

1-1/2, 2

95HT

95HP

95LC

Bar

SPRING PART
NUMBER AND
COLOR

0.1 to 0.4
0.3 to 1.0
0.9 to 2.1(2)
0.1 to 0.4
0.3 to 1.0
0.9 to 2.1(2)
0.1 to 0.4
0.3 to 1.0
0.9 to 2.1(2)
1.0 to 2.1(2)
1.7 to 5.2
4.8 to 10.3
1.0 to 2.1(2)
1.7 to 5.2
4.8 to 10.3
1.0 to 2.1(2)
1.7 to 5.2
4.8 to 10.3
0.3 to 5.5
4.1 to 8.3
6.9 to 9.7
8.3 to 10.3

3/4, 1

95H and 95HD

Psig

SPRING
WIRE DIAMETER

2 to 6
5 to 15
13 to 30(2)
2 to 6
5 to 15
13 to 30(2)
2 to 6
5 to 15
13 to 30(2)
15 to 30(2)
25 to 75
70 to 150
15 to 30(2)
25 to 75
70 to 150
15 to 30(2)
25 to 75
70 to 150
5 to 80
60 to 120
100 to 140
120 to 150

1/4

95L and 95LD

OUTLET OR DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE RANGE(1)(3)

95HC

Yellow
Green
Red
Yellow
Green
Red
Yellow
Green
Red
Yellow
Green
Red
Yellow
Green
Red
Yellow
Green
Red
Light Blue
Light Gray
Yellow
Black

None
None
None
None

1. Pressure ranges given for Types 95L, 95H, 95HT, 95HP, 95HC and 95LC regulators indicate actual outlet pressure. For Types 95LD and 95HD regulators,
the pressure ranges indicate the differential pressure that can be obtained with the indicated spring. The differential pressure (spring setting) is added to the
spring case loading pressure to determine the actual outlet pressure.
2. Type 95H is recommended where close regulation is not required. Type 95L is recommended where close regulation is required.
3. Values shown are for optimum performance, springs can be adjusted to a lower setting.

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 6. Construction Materials
Body(1): Cast Iron, WCC/WCB Steel(2), 316 Stainless Steel(3), Hastelloy C, Monel
Spring Case: Cast Iron, WCC/WCB Steel(2), 316 Stainless Steel(3)
Regulator Spring: Zinc Plated Steel(2) standard, Inconel(3), 302 Stainless Steel(3), 17-7PH(3)(4)
Valve Spring: 302 Stainless Steel(3) standard, Inconel(2)

Trim Materials:
ELASTOMER SEAT
Part Name

Standard

Optional

Diaphragm

Neoprene(2) or
Fluoroelastomer

302 Stainless Steel(3)


EPDM
Monel
Hastelloy C
PTFE(5)

Disk

Neoprene(1) or Fluoroelastomer

PTFE(3)
EPR
Perfluoroelastomer

Disk Holder

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel

Valve Plug Guide

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel

Valve Plug

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel

Orifice

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel

Stem Assembly

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel

Bolting

Grade 5 steel(2)

Diaphragm

302 Stainless Steel(4)

Disk

416 Stainless Steel(4)

Disk Holder

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel(4)

Valve Plug

416 Stainless Steel(4)

Valve Plug Guide

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel(4)

Orifice

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel(4)

Stem Assembly

Brass or
416 Stainless Steel(4)

Gaskets

Composition

Grafoil(3)(4)

Bolting

Grade 5 steel(2)

B8M(3), B7(4)

316 Stainless Steel(2)(3)


Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(2)(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(2)(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(2)(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(2)(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
B8M(3), B7(4)

METAL SEAT

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

10

Spring case and body on standard constructions are of the same material.
NACE standard construction.
Cryogenic standard construction.
High temperature and/or standard construction.
Used in conjunction with above materials.

Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(2)(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
Brass
316 Stainless Steel(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
Brass
316 Stainless Steel(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 Stainless Steel(3)
Monel
Hastelloy C

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 7. Compatibility
CORROSION INFORMATION

316
Stainless Steel

416
Stainless Steel

Monel(1)

Hastelloy(2) C

Cast Iron

302 or 304
Stainless Steel

316
Stainless Steel

416
Stainless Steel

Monel(1)

C
C
A
A
A
C
A
C
A
C
C
B
A
C
C

C
C
A
A
A
C
A
C
C
C
C
B
A
C
C

B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
B
A
A
A
A
A

B
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

C
C
A
A
A
C
A
C
C
C
B
B
A
A
B

B
B
A
A
A
B
A
B
C
A
C
A
A
A
A

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

Hydrochloric Acid (Air free)


Hydrogen
Hydrogen Peroxide
Hydrogen Sulfide, Liquid
Magnesium Hydroxide
Methanol
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
Natural Gas
Nitric Acid
Petroleum Oils, Refined
Phosphoric Acid (Air Free)
Phosphoric Acid Vapors
Potassium Chloride
Potassium Hydroxide
Propane

C
A
I.L.
C
A
A
A
A
C
A
C
C
B
B
A

C
A
A
C
A
A
A
A
C
A
C
C
B
B
A

C
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A

C
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
B
A
A
A

C
A
B
C
A
A
A
A
C
A
C
C
C
B
A

C
A
A
C
A
A
A
A
C
A
B
C
B
A
A

B
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
I.L.
A
A
A

Butane
Calcium Chloride (Alkaline)
Carbon Dioxide, Dry
Carbon Dioxide, Wet
Carbon Disulfide
Carbon Tetrachloride
Carbonic Acid
Chlorine Gas, Dry
Chlorine Gas, Wet
Chlorine, Liquid
Chromic Acid
Citric Acid
Coke Oven Gas
Copper Sulfate
Ether
Ethyl Chloride
Ethylene
Ethylene Glycol
Formaldehyde
Formic Acid
Freon, Wet
Freon, Dry
Gasoline, Refined
Glucose
Hydrochloric Acid (Aerated)

A
B
A
C
A
B
C
A
C
C
C
I.L.
A
C
B
C
A
A
B
I.L.
B
B
A
A
C

A
B
A
C
A
B
C
A
C
C
C
C
A
C
B
C
A
A
B
C
B
B
A
A
C

A
C
A
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
C
B
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
B
B
A
A
A
C

A
B
A
A
A
B
B
B
C
C
B
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
C

A
C
A
A
B
C
A
C
C
C
C
B
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
C
I.L.
I.L.
A
A
C

A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
C
C
A
B
B
C
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
C

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
I.L.
A
A
A
A
A
A
B

Silver Nitrate
Sodium Acetate
Sodium Carbonate
Sodium Chloride
Sodium Chromate
Sodium Hydroxide
Stearic Acid
Sulfur
Sulfur Dioxide, Dry
Sulfur Trioxide, Dry
Sulfuric Acid (Aerated)
Sulfuric Acid (Air Free)
Sulfurous Acid
Trichloroethylene
Water, Boiler Feed
Water, Distilled
Water, Sea
Zinc Chloride
Zinc Sulfate

C
A
A
C
A
A
A
A
A
A
C
C
C
B
B
A
B
C
C

C
A
A
C
A
A
C
A
A
A
C
C
C
B
C
A
B
C
C

A
B
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
C
C
B
B
A
A
B
C
A

A
A
A
B
A
A
A
A
A
A
C
C
B
A
A
A
B
C
A

B
A
B
B
A
B
B
A
B
B
C
C
C
B
B
B
C
C
B

C
A
A
A
A
A
B
A
A
A
C
B
C
A
A
A
A
C
A

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

Fluid

Hastelloy(2) C

302 or 304
Stainless Steel

Acetic Acid, Air Free


Acetic Acid Vapors
Acetone
Acetylene
Alcohols
Aluminum Sulfate
Ammonia
Ammonium Chloride
Ammonium Nitrate
Ammonium Sulfate
Ammonium Sulfite
Beer
Benzene (Benzol)
Benzoic Acid
Boric Acid

Fluid

Carbon Steel

Cast Iron

Material

Carbon Steel

Material

FLUID INFORMATION
Fluid

Neoprene

Nitrile

Viton(3)

EPDM

Acetic Acid (30%)


Acetone
Alcohol, Ethyl
Alcohol,, Methyl
Ammonia, Anhydrous
Ammonia, Gas, (Hot)
Benzene
Brine (Calcium Chloride)
Butadiene Gas
Butane, Gas
Butane, Liquid
Carbon Tetrachloride
Chlorine, Dry
Chlorine, Wet
Coke Oven Gas
Ethyl Acetate
Ethylene Glycol
Freon 11
Freon 12

C
B
A
A+
A
B
C
A
B
A
B
C
C
C
C
C
A
B
A+

B
C
A
A
C
C
C
A
C
A+
A
C
C
C
B
C
A
A
A

B
C
B
C
C
C
A
B
B
A
A
A
A
A
A+
C
A
A+
B

A
A
A
A
A
B
C
A
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
B
A
C
B

1. Mark owned by International Nickel Co.


2. Mark owned by Stelite Div., Cabot Corp.
3. Mark owned by Du Pont Co.
A+ Best possible selection

Fluid
Freon 22
Freon 114
Gasoline
Hydrogen Gas
Hydrogen Sulfide (Dry)
Hydrogen Sulfide (Wet)
Jet Fuel (JP 4)
Natural Gas
Natural Gas + H2S (Sour Gas)
Nitric Acid (10%)
Nitric Acid (50 to 100%)
Nitrogen
Oil (Fuel)
Propane
Sea Water
Sulfur Dioxide
Sulfuric Acid (to 50%)
Sulfuric Acid (50 to 100%)
Water (Ambient)
Water at 200_F (93_C)

Neoprene

Nitrile

Viton(3)

EPDM

A+
A
B
A
A
B
C
A
A
B
C
A
B
A
B
A
B
C
A
C

C
A
A+
A
C
C
A
A+
B
C
C
A
A+
A
A
C
C
C
A
B

C
B
A
A
C
C
A
A
C
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
B

A
A
C
A
A
A
I.L.
C
C
C
C
A
C
C
A
A
B
B
A
A

ARecommended
BMinor to moderate effect. Proceed with caution.
CUnsatisfactory
I.L.Information lacking

11

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 8. Air SCFH Capacities for 1/4 through 1-Inch Types 95L and 95LD Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragm(1)
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

1/4

1/2

Psig

Bar

10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250

0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

150
200
250
250
250
250
280
280
330
200
300
400
450
450
500
500
500
500
500
600
750
750
750
750
750
750

280
300
380
380
380
380
400
400
430
380
530
600
600
630
630
630
630
630
680
850
930
930
1000
1000
1000
1000

300
350
350
350
350
350
380
400
450
400
500
550
600
650
700
700
700
700
750
900
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

400
500
530
530
530
530
550
550
600
600
750
850
850
900
900
900
900
900
1100
1200
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

680
850
1100
1500
2100
2500
2500
2500
2500
1100
1900
2300
3500
3800
4200
4200
4200
4200
1700
2100
2800
4700
6400
7700
8500
8500

1200
1700
2200
2900
3800
4200
4600
4700
4700
1700
3400
4200
5500
6800
7200
7600
8300
8300
2500
4200
5300
8500
9300
12,000
13,000
13,000

800
1000
1300
1700
2500
3000
3000
3000
3000
1300
2200
2800
4200
4500
5000
5000
5000
5000
2000
2500
3300
5500
7500
9000
10,000
10,000

1400
2000
2600
3400
4500
5000
5400
5600
5600
2000
4000
5000
6500
8000
8500
9000
9800
10,000
3000
5000
6300
10,000
11,000
14,000
15,000
15,000

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250

1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

450
700
900
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

700
1000
1200
1200
1300
1300
1300
1300

800
1100
1300
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

1200
1500
1600
1650
1800
1800
1800
1800

1900
3200
5100
6800
8500
11,000
11,000
11,000

2700
4500
7200
9300
13,000
15,000
15,000
15,000

2200
3800
6000
8000
10,000
13,000
13,000
13,000

3200
5300
8500
11,000
15,000
18,000
18,000
18,000

20 psig
(1.4 bar)

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

550
750
900
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100

850
1100
1300
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

1100
1300
1400
1500
1600
1600
1600
1600

1500
1700
1800
2000
2100
2100
2100
2100

2500
3800
4600
6800
8000
10,000
13,000
13,000

3800
5500
6800
9300
13,000
15,000
17,000
17,000

3000
4500
5500
8000
9500
12,000
15,000
15,000

4500
6500
8000
11,000
15,000
18,000
20,000
20,000

25 psig
(1.7 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

900
1200
1400
1500
1600
1600
1600

1200
1600
2000
2500
2500
2500
2500

1600
1900
2000
2100
2200
2200
2200

2400
2500
2800
3300
3300
3300
3300

4200
5100
7200
8500
10,000
13,000
13,000

5500
6800
9300
13,000
17,000
21,000
21,000

5000
6000
8500
10,000
12,000
16,000
16,000

6500
8000
11,000
15,000
20,000
25,000
25,000

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

900
1200
1700
1800
1900
1900
1900

1200
1500
2300
2500
2500
2500
2500

1800
2000
2300
2400
2500
2500
2500

2400
2700
3200
3600
3600
3600
3600

3400
4200
7100
8500
11,000
14,000
14,000

5100
6400
9300
13,000
17,000
22,000
22,000

4000
5000
8400
10,000
13,000
17,000
17,000

6000
7500
11,000
15,000
20,000
26,000
26,000

2 to 6 psig
(0.1 to 0.4 bar)

5 psig
(0.3 bar)

10 psig
(0.7 bar)

5 to 15 psig
(0.3 to 1.0 bar)

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

1. To obtain capacities for regulators using metal diaphragms, multiply the table values by 0.8.

12

3/4

10%
Offset

2 psig
(0.1 bar)

13 to 30 psig
(0.9 to 2.1 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 9. Air SCFH Capacities for 1/4 through 1-Inch Types 95H and 95HD Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragm(1)
RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

PRESSURE
Outlet
Setting

Inlet

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
60
75
100
150
200
250
300

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

680
750
840
1100
1100
1400
1900
1700
2000
610
780
1500
1600
2200
2800
2800
3200
1000
1200
1400
2100
2600
3600
4000

1000
1000
1200
1500
1600
2100
2300
2400
2700

1300
1600
2300
3300
4500
5800
6200

1300
1200
1300
2000
2500
2800
3000
3200
3300
1100
1300
2500
3000
4400
4800
4900
5000
1700
2400
3200
4600
6000
6500
7000

900
900
900
1200
1400
1800
2200
2100
2700
1500
1300
1800
2000
2400
3100
3500
4000
1200
1400
2100
2500
3100
3100
3500

1400
1500
1500
1800
2100
2400
2800
3100
3300
2300
2100
2800
3000
3800
4300
4600
4900
2000
2300
2900
3700
4600
4500
5100

2200
2300
2200
2700
2900
3200
3600
3900
4300
3500
3400
4200
4400
5300
5800
6300
6600
3800
3900
5000
5700
6500
6900
7300

2200
2700
2900
3800
4000
5000
6000
6800
7400
2900
4000
5700
6300
7700
9200
9000
10,000
4000
6000
7400
8300
11,000
12,000
12,000

3100
3800
4300
5500
6000
7000
8000
8700
9600
4500
6000
8500
9800
12,000
12,000
13,000
14,000
6700
8600
11,000
13,000
17,000
18,000
18,000

4900
6200
6800
8400
9000
10,000
11,000
11,000
12,000
6200
7800
12,000
14,000
16,000
17,000
18,000
19,000
9000
12,000
15,000
21,000
24,000
25,000
26,000

2200
2600
3400
4800
5400
7000
8700
8500
10,000
3200
4000
5400
7400
10,000
12,000
14,000
15,000
4400
6300
7000
16,000
15,000
17,000
19,000

3300
4200
5400
7000
8000
10,000
11,700
12,000
14,000
5200
6600
9300
11,000
15,000
18,000
20,000
21,000
7200
9600
13,000
18,000
24,000
26,000
27,000

5400
6500
8200
11,000
12,000
15,000
16,000
17,000
18,000
6600
8300
12,000
16,000
22,000
26,000
27,000
28,000
9200
12,000
16,000
24,000
31,000
36,000
38,000

100
125
150
200
250
300
125
150
175
200
250
300

6.9
8.6
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
8.6
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7

1600
2200
2500
3700
4900
5100
2000
2000
2600
2800
3300
4000

2400
3200
3900
5400
6500
7600
2800
3500
4100
4600
5800
6900

3000
3800
4600
6000
6700
9000
3700
4500
5300
5900
7300
8600

2300
2600
3200
3700
4000
4700
3400
4000
4800
5200
4300
8000

3700
4300
4700
5500
6100
7100
5800
6800
7800
8200
8900
11,000

6200
7300
7700
8500
9500
10,000
8800
11,000
12,000
13,000
14,000
15,000

8000
11,000
12,000
14,000
16,000
16,000
8500
12,000
13,000
15,000
15,000
19,000

12,000
16,000
18,000
21,000
24,000
25,000
14,000
18,000
21,000
23,000
25,000
29,000

15,000
19,000
22,000
24,000
26,000
28,000
18,000
22,000
26,000
30,000
37,000
41,000

8700
13,000
13,000
17,000
22,000
23,000
11,000
14,000
16,000
16,000
21,000
26,000

13,000
17,000
21,000
28,000
33,000
35,000
16,000
20,000
25,000
27,000
34,000
38,000

15,000
20,000
25,000
32,000
38,000
45,000
19,000
23,000
28,000
32,000
39,000
46,000

125 psig
(8.6 bar)

150
175
200
225
250
300

10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

2000
2800
3400
3600
3800
4600

3000
4200
4300
5600
6200
7200

4200
5100
6000
6600
7300
8700

5200
5000
5500
6800
6900
7000

8200
9000
9300
11,000
13,000
13,000

11,000
13,000
14,000
16,000
17,000
19,000

12,000
13,000
16,000
17,000
18,000
21,000

18,000
21,000
25,000
28,000
29,000
32,000

21,000
25,000
29,000
33,000
37,000
45,000

13,000
15,000
17,000
19,000
20,000
26,000

20,000
23,000
28,000
30,000
34,000
41,000

23,000
27,000
31,000
35,000
39,000
46,000

150 psig
(10.3 bar)

175
200
225
250
300

12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

2500
3000
3300
4000
5400

3800
4300
5400
6300
7600

4900
5700
6600
7300
8400

5600
6500
7100
9000
8700

9500
11,000
12,000
14,000
15,000

12,000
14,000
16,000
18,000
20,000

14,000
16,000
20,000
20,000
23,000

20,000
24,000
29,000
30,000
37,000

29,000
29,000
33,000
37,000
45,000

16,000
20,000
22,000
26,000
31,000

22,000
26,000
30,000
35,000
44,000

26,000
30,000
35,000
39,000
46,000

15 psig
(1.0 bar)
15 to 30 psig
(1.0 to 2.1 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)
25 to 75 psig
(1.7 to 5.2 bar)
75 psig
(5.2 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

70 to 150 psig
(4.8 to 10.3 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES


1/4

750
960
1700
2500
3500
4200
4100
4600

1. To obtain capacities for regulators using metal diaphragms, multiply the table values by 0.6.

13

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 10. Air SCFH Capacities for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95H and 95HD Regulators with Either Elastomer
or Stainless Steel Diaphragm
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

5 psig
(0.3 bar)

5 to 80 psig
(0.3 to 5.5 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)

75 psig
(5.2 bar)

14

60 to 120 psig
(4.1 to 8.3 bar)

100 psi
(6.9 bar)

100 to 140 psig


(6.9 to 9.7 bar)

125 psig
(8.6 bar)

120 to 150 psig


(8.3 to 10.3 bar)

150 psig
(10.3 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
300

0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

950
2100
2500
3500
5000
6500
8500
12,000
15,000
18,000

1000
2500
3000
4000
6000
8000
11,000
14,000
17,000
20,000

1500
4300
5000
6000
8000
9500
12,000
17,000
19,000
21,000

1000
1800
3400
4000
5500
9000
15,000
16,000
18,000
19,000

1100
2000
4600
5500
7000
12,000
18,000
19,000
20,000
21,000

1500
2600
7300
9000
11,000
14,000
21,000
21,000
22,000
23,000

40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
60
75
100
150
200
250
300

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

3400
4500
6000
8000
12,000
20,000
25,000
29,000
6300
9000
10,000
13,000
21,000
31,000
39,000

6100
9000
12,000
15,000
21,000
31,000
35,000
38,000
10,000
14,000
19,000
28,000
36,000
45,000
51,000

10,000
14,000
18,000
23,000
35,000
38,000
41,000
44,000
20,000
32,000
45,000
61,000
64,000
66,000
67,000

4500
8000
15,000
24,000
44,000
48,000
51,000
53,000
6500
12,000
20,000
30,000
43,000
55,000
65,000

6200
10,000
20,000
30,000
50,000
55,000
58,000
59,000
11,000
20,000
40,000
68,000
75,000
80,000
84,000

11,000
15,000
25,000
35,000
54,000
58,000
60,000
61,000
21,000
35,000
55,000
75,000
83,000
86,000
89,000

100
125
150
200
250
300
125
150
175
225
250
300
150
175
200
225
250
300
175
200
225
250
300

6.9
8.6
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
6.9
8.6
12.0
15.5
17.2
20.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

14,000
17,000
20,000
23,000
33,000
43,000
11,000
22,000
25,000
28,000
33,000
40,000
21,000
25,000
28,000
30,000
35,000
42,000
19,000
23,000
29,000
35,000
45,000

22,000
30,000
39,000
49,000
57,000
65,000
29,000
37,000
47,000
62,000
70,000
88,000
40,000
47,000
54,000
60,000
70,000
85,000
32,000
44,000
61,000
70,000
90,000

42,000
55,000
71,000
81,000
85,000
88,000
50,000
64,000
75,000
95,000
110,000
120,000
64,000
74,000
90,000
100,000
110,000
130,000
54,000
79,000
100,000
120,000
150,000

15,000
20,000
26,000
50,000
70,000
90,000
12,000
25,000
33,000
28,000
45,000
55,000
22,000
32,000
39,000
46,000
56,000
86,000
20,000
24,000
29,000
49,000
86,000

28,000
45,000
69,000
90,000
110,000
120,000
30,000
45,000
52,000
62,000
70,000
80,000
40,000
50,000
70,000
100,000
120,000
150,000
33,000
45,000
61,000
96,000
140,000

50,000
65,000
76,000
96,000
110,000
120,000
54,000
71,000
90,000
95,000
130,000
150,000
65,000
75,000
90,000
110,000
130,000
150,000
55,000
80,000
100,000
120,000
150,000

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 11. Air SCFH Capacities for 1/4 through 1-Inch Type 95HP Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragms (See footnote 1 for
Type 95HT Regulators)
RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

PRESSURE
Outlet
Setting

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)
15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

125 psig
(8.6 bar)

80 to 300 psig
(5.5 to 20.7 bar)

200 psig
(13.8 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

300
350
380
530
800
1100
1200
1500
1700
1800
1900
2100

550
580
600
750
1200
1600
1700
2100
2300
2300
2400
2600

850
1000
1200
1300
2000
2400
2800
2900
2900
2900
3000
3200

600
620
700
900
1100
1700
2100
2400
2700
3300
3900
4500

850
900
1200
1500
1700
2300
2800
3000
3300
3800
4200
4800

1400 1300 1800


1500 1300 2100
1700 1500 2400
1800 2400 3200
2600 3100 4300
3100 4000 5000
3500 4500 6200
3800 5500 7000
4000 6500 8000
4300 8200 9500
4500 10,000 11,000
4900 12,000 13,000

40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
60
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

430
500
700
800
1400
2000
2200
2400
2800
2800
2800
700
730
1400
2200
3000
3500
3500
4000
4400
5000

750
900
1200
1700
2500
3000
3300
3500
3900
3900
3900
1300
1500
2500
3600
4600
4700
5500
5700
5700
5700

1100
1600
2100
2900
3800
4200
4300
4300
4300
4300
4300
1900
2500
3200
4700
5500
5800
6200
6200
6200
6200

900
1200
1300
1800
2100
2600
3000
3500
4100
4800
5300
1500
1700
2300
2800
3500
3800
4400
5200
5700
6000

1500
1600
2100
2600
3200
3800
4000
4700
5200
5900
6200
2500
3100
3800
4800
5700
6000
6400
7000
7400
8200

125
150
175
200
250
300
400
500
600
150
175
200
225
250
300
400
500
600
225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600

8.6
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
15.5
17.2
20.7
24.3
27.6
31.0
34.5
41.4

2000
3100
3600
4500
5000
6100
7000
7800
7800
2100
2200
2800
3100
3300
3700
5200
6300
7000
3200
3800
4200
4800
5700
6300
6700
7200

3200
4100
5100
5700
6700
8300
10,000
11,000
12,000
2800
3200
4000
4300
4900
5700
7500
9500
11,000
4500
5400
6600
7500
8500
9700
11,000
13,000

3900 4100 6700


4700 5000 8000
5500 5700 8800
6200 5700 9300
7800 6500 10,000
9000 7200 11,000
11,000 7800 12,000
12,000 8700 13,000
12,000 9000 14,000
4100 3000 5200
4700 3500 6000
5600 4000 6500
6100 4000 6700
6600 4400 7000
7900 5200 8200
11,000 6500 10,000
13,000 7900 12,000
16,000 9300 14,000
6400 5500 9300
7200 5600 10,000
8700 6500 11,000
10,000 7500 13,000
12,000 8800 14,000
13,000 9600 15,000
15,000 11,000 17,000
18,000 11,000 19,000

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

2900
1200 1600
2900
1300 2000
3400
1900 2700
4600
2600 3800
6000
3000 4700
7600
4500 6400
8300
5500 7500
9200
6500 9000
10,000 7500 10,000
12,000 9000 12,000
13,000 11,000 14,000
15,000 12,000 16,000

2500
3000
3800
5400
7000
9600
13,000
13,000
14,000
17,000
20,000
22,000

1900
2000
3600
4100
4800
5100
5600
5900
6300
6400
7100
4000
5000
6000
6800
7800
8100
8800
9300
9600
10,000

1700
2200
3000
4100
5000
6000
7400
8500
11,000
13,000
15,000
2800
3800
5000
7500
8000
10,000
11,000
14,000
16,000
19,000

2800
3500
4500
6100
7200
9000
10,000
12,000
14,000
15,000
17,000
5000
6200
8500
12,000
13,000
15,000
16,000
19,000
20,000
24,000

4600
5700
7200
9500
12,000
14,000
14,000
16,000
18,000
21,000
22,000
8000
10,000
14,000
18,000
21,000
22,000
24,000
26,000
27,000
31,000

1900
2300
3300
4000
6400
6500
8000
9000
12,000
15,000
17,000
3000
4000
5400
9000
10,000
13,000
15,000
16,000
18,000
20,000

2900
3300
4800
6000
9500
11,000
14,000
15,000
18,000
22,000
24,000
5000
6400
9300
14,000
16,000
21,000
23,000
26,000
30,000
33,000

4700
5800
8400
11,000
15,000
18,000
20,000
22,000
25,000
30,000
32,000
8500
11,000
15,000
22,000
26,000
32,000
34,000
38,000
42,000
47,000

9000
11,000
13,000
14,000
15,000
16,000
17,000
17,000
18,000
8600
9500
11,000
11,000
12,000
14,000
15,000
18,000
21,000
15,000
17,000
19,000
20,000
22,000
24,000
26,000
30,000

8500
11,000
12,000
13,000
16,000
18,000
22,000
25,000
29,000
7000
7000
9500
10,000
12,000
13,000
16,000
18,000
20,000
11,000
14,000
17,000
21,000
21,000
25,000
27,000
30,000

14,000
18,000
20,000
22,000
26,000
29,000
32,000
36,000
39,000
11,000
13,000
15,000
16,000
19,000
20,000
25,000
30,000
34,000
20,000
24,000
28,000
34,000
35,000
41,000
45,000
50,000

18,000
22,000
26,000
30,000
37,000
42,000
46,000
53,000
55,000
19,000
21,000
24,000
27,000
29,000
33,000
39,000
46,000
52,000
30,000
35,000
42,000
49,000
55,000
62,000
68,000
75,000

8800
11,000
14,000
16,000
20,000
21,000
28,000
36,000
43,000
7800
7500
8500
9500
10,000
12,000
17,000
21,000
26,000
12,000
14,000
18,000
20,000
22,000
25,000
27,000
30,000

15,000
19,000
23,000
26,000
33,000
35,000
45,000
56,000
66,000
13,000
13,000
15,000
16,000
18,000
23,000
29,000
36,000
43,600
21,000
23,000
31,000
37,000
40,000
46,000
51,000
59,000

18,000
23,000
26,000
31,000
39,000
46,000
62,000
78,000
95,000
20,000
23,000
25,000
29,000
32,000
38,000
48,000
59,000
69,000
31,000
35,000
44,000
55,000
59,000
69,000
76,000
90,000

15

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 11. (Continued) Air SCFH Capacities for 1/4 through 1-Inch Type 95HP Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragms
(See footnote 1 for Type 95HT Regulators)
PRESSURE

RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

Outlet
Setting

250 psig
(17.2 bar)
80 to 300 psig
(5.5 to 20.7 bar)
300 psig
(20.7 bar)

80 to 400 psig
(5.5 to 27.6 bar)
Type 95HP Only

400 psig
(27.6 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

275
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
350
400
450
500
550
600

19.0
20.7
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
37.9
41.4
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
38.0
41.4

4100
4200
5000
5200
5800
6300
6700
7200
5200
5600
6000
6400
6800
7200

5800
6600
7500
8600
9700
11,000
12,000
13,000
7700
8800
9900
11,000
12,000
13,000

7700
8400
10,000
12,000
13,000
15,000
16,000
18,000
10,000
12,000
13,000
15,000
17,000
18,000

7600
7200
8000
9200
9700
10,000
11,000
12,000
9000
9500
10,000
11,000
11,000
12,000

12,000
13,000
14,000
16,000
17,000
18,000
20,000
20,000
16,000
17,000
18,000
19,000
20,000
21,000

19,000
20,000
23,000
26,000
28,000
31,000
34,000
36,000
24,000
28,000
31,000
34,000
37,000
41,000

15,000
18,000
22,000
22,000
25,000
26,000
27,000
31,000
21,000
24,000
27,000
30,000
33,000
36,000

25,000
30,000
36,000
37,000
42,000
44,000
45,000
52,000
37,000
41,000
46,000
50,000
55,000
59,000

36,000
41,000
50,000
55,000
61,000
65,000
74,000
80,000
48,000
57,000
67,000
76,000
86,000
95,000

16,000
17,000
24,000
24,000
28,000
31,000
34,000
38,000
22,000
26,000
31,000
35,000
40,000
44,000

27,000
31,000
39,000
43,000
50,000
56,000
62,000
68,000
38,000
47,000
55,000
64,000
72,000
81,000

38,000
42,000
51,000
59,000
68,000
76,000
85,000
93,000
49,000
58,000
69,000
79,000
90,000
100,000

500
600

34.5
41.4

7000
7200

13,000 17,000 11,000 20,000 38,000 35,000 60,000 90,000 42,000 80,000 95,000
14,000 19,000 12,000 21,000 42,000 40,000 65,000 100,000 50,000 85,000 110,000

1. To obtain capacities for Type 95HT (metal diaphragm), multiply the table values by 0.6.

Table 12. Air SCFH Capacities for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95HT (Metal Diaphragm) and 95HP (Elastomer Diaphragm) Regulators
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

1800
3800
4500
5800
7000
10,000
14,000
18,000
21,000
25,000
28,000
30,000

2800
5000
6000
8000
9500
13,000
18,000
22,000
25,000
28,000
30,000
32,000

3800
7000
8000
11,000
14,000
19,000
24,000
27,000
29,000
31,000
33,000
35,000

2000
4000
5000
8000
10,000
20,000
31,000
31,000
31,000
32,000(1)
33,000(1)
34,000(1)

3000
6000
8000
12,000
16,000
25,000
33,000
33,000
33,000
34,000(1)
35,000(1)
36,000(1)

4000
8000
12,000
20,000
26,000
32,000
36,000
37,000
37,000
38,000(1)
39,000(1)
39,000(1)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

4500
5500
6500
8000
12,000
17,000
23,000
28,000
34,000
37,000
39,000

6300
7500
9500
12,000
19,000
28,000
35,000
39,000
41,000
42,000
43,000

11,000
13,000
17,000
23,000
30,000
36,000
40,000
44,000
48,000
50,000
52,000

4500
5500
7500
12,000
35,000
49,000
53,000
55,000
56,000(1)
57,000(1)
58,000(1)

7000
9000
14,000
23,000
43,000
52,000
56,000
58,000
60,000(1)
61,000(1)
62,000(1)

13,000
15,000
25,000
39,000
49,000
56,000
60,000
61,000
63,000(1)
64,000(1)
65,000(1)

15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

16

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 12.

(Continued) Air SCFH Capacities for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95HT (Metal Diaphragm) and 95HP
(Elastomer Diaphragm) Regulators
PRESSURE

RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

50 psig
(3.4 bar)
15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

125 psig
(8.6 bar)

60 to 260 psig
(4.1 to 17.8 bar)

200 psig
(13.8 bar)

250 psig
(17.2 bar)

60 to 300 psig
(4.1 to 20.7 bar)
Type 95HP only

300 psig
(20.7 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

60
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

6500
8500
12,000
18,000
24,000
30,000
36,000
46,000
54,000
60,000

11,000
13,000
18,000
28,000
37,000
45,000
50,000
57,000
62,000
67,000

21,000
27,000
35,000
48,000
58,000
62,000
65,000
66,000
69,000
72,000

8000
17,000
30,000
50,000
63,000
72,000
78,000
84,000(1)
88,000(1)
92,000(1)

13,000
22,000
36,000
56,000
73,000
80,000
85,000
89,000(1)
92,000(1)
95,000(1)

27,000
40,000
50,000
70,000
81,000
88,000
91,000
94,000(1)
97,000(1)
100,000(1)

125
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
150
175
200
225
250
300
400
500
600
225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
275
300
350
400
450
500
550
600

8.6
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
15.5
17.2
20.7
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
41.4
18.9
20.7
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
38.0
41.4

20,000
23,000
30,000
38,000
48,000
65,000
75,000
82,000
16,000
18,000
20,000
22,000
30,000
36,000
42,000
48,000
52,000
27,000
29,000
40,000
46,000
54,000
62,000
72,000
90,000
30,000
45,000
56,000
64,000
71,000
74,000
81,000
84,000

32,000
38,000
55,000
65,000
75,000
85,000
95,000
103,000
26,000
30,000
33,000
38,000
42,000
52,000
72,000
85,000
95,000
51,000
54,000
72,000
82,000
100,000
110,000
120,000
130,000
60,000
80,000
102,000
110,000
120,000
129,000
138,000
145,000

60,000
72,000
92,000
96,000
98,000
100,000
102,000
105,000
49,000
55,000
63,000
72,000
80,000
95,000
120,000
130,000
140,000
92,000
99,000
128,000
140,000
165,000
180,000
190,000
200,000
102,000
130,000
154,000
169,000
180,000
190,000
198,000
205,000

40,000
50,000
82,000
98,000
107,000
117,000(1)
127,000(1)
133,000(1)
17,000
18,000
20,000
22,000
32,000
50,000
96,000
110,000
125,000
28,000
30,000
42,000
54,000
76,000
80,000
100,000
125,000
30,000
40,000
57,000
74,000
84,000
93,000
102,000
110,000

45,000
63,000
97,000
110,000
117,000
125,000(1)
130,000(1)
135,000(1)
26,000
30,000
34,000
40,000
50,000
75,000
136,000
160,000
170,000
52,000
55,000
80,000
97,000
166,000
160,000
170,000
180,000
60,000
80,000
108,000
140,000
155,000
168,000
175,000
182,000

70,000
86,000
107,000
121,000
127,000
133,000(1)
135,000(1)
138,000(1)
59,000
70,000
80,000
96,000
111,000
135,000
166,,000
185,000
195,000
106,000
100,000
142,000
160,000
196,000
200,000
215,000
230,000
103,000
125,000
168,000
194,000
215,000
225,000
235,000
245,000

350
400
450
500
550
600

24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
38.0
41.4

53,000
64,000
80,000
95,000
104,000
112,000

94,000
115,000
130,000
145,000
158,000
168,000

150,000
180,000
200,000
220,000
235,000
250,000

54,000
70,000
90,000
110,000
128,000
136,000

97,000
128,000
145,000
163,000
181,000
199,000

151,000
192,000
220,000
240,000
260,000
280,000

1. Capacities limited due to boost.

17

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 13. Steam Capacities for 1/4 through 1-Inch Types 95L and 95LD Regulators with Stainless Steel Diaphragm(1)
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

1/2

3/4

Psig

Bar

10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250

0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

6.0
8.0
10
10
10
10
11
11
13
8.0
12
16
18
18
20
20
20
20
20
24
30
30
30
30
30
30

11
12
15
15
15
15
16
16
17
15
21
24
24
25
25
25
25
25
27
34
37
37
40
40
40
40

12
14
14
14
14
14
15
16
18
16
20
22
24
26
28
28
28
28
30
36
40
40
40
40
40
40

16
20
21
21
21
21
22
22
24
24
30
34
34
36
36
36
36
36
44
48
56
56
56
56
56
56

27
34
44
60
84
100
100
100
100
44
76
92
140
150
170
170
170
170
68
84
110
190
260
310
340
340

48
68
88
120
150
170
180
190
190
68
140
170
220
270
290
300
330
330
100
170
210
340
370
480
520
520

32
40
52
68
100
120
120
120
120
52
88
110
170
180
200
200
200
200
80
100
130
220
300
360
400
400

56
80
100
140
180
200
220
220
220
80
160
200
260
320
340
360
390
400
120
200
250
400
440
560
600
600

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250

1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

18
28
36
40
40
40
40
40

28
40
48
48
52
52
52
52

32
44
52
56
56
56
56
56

48
60
64
68
72
72
72
72

76
130
200
270
340
440
440
440

110
180
290
370
520
600
600
600

88
150
240
320
400
520
520
520

130
210
340
440
600
720
720
720

20 psig
(1.4 bar)

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

22
30
36
44
44
44
44
44

34
44
52
60
60
60
60
60

44
52
56
60
64
64
64
64

60
68
72
80
84
84
84
84

100
150
180
270
320
400
520
520

100
150
180
270
320
400
520
520

120
180
220
320
380
480
600
600

180
260
320
440
600
720
800
800

25 psig
(1.7 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

36
48
56
60
64
64
64

48
64
80
100
100
100
100

64
76
80
84
88
88
88

96
100
110
130
130
130
130

170
200
290
340
400
520
520

220
270
370
520
680
840
840

200
240
340
400
480
640
640

260
320
440
600
800
1000
1000

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

36
48
68
72
76
76
76

48
60
92
100
100
100
100

72
80
92
96
100
100
100

96
110
130
140
140
140
140

140
170
280
340
440
560
560

200
260
370
520
680
880
880

160
200
340
400
520
680
680

240
300
440
600
800
1000
1000

2 to 6 psig
(0.1 to 0.4 bar)

5 psig
(0.3 bar)

10 psig
(0.7 bar)

5 to 15 psig
(0.3 to 1.0 bar)

1. Capacities are in pounds per hour of saturated steam.

18

1/4
10%
Offset

2 psig
(0.1 bar)

13 to 30 psig
(0.9 to 2.1 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 14. Steam Capacities(1) for 1/4 through 1-Inch Types 95H and 95HD Regulators with Metal Diaphragm
RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

PRESSURE
Outlet
Setting

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

15 to 30 psig
(1.0 to 2.1 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)
25 to 75 psig
(1.7 to 5.2 bar)
75 psig
(5.2 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

70 to 150 psig
(4.8 to 10.3 bar)

125 psig
(8.6 bar)

150 psig
(10.3 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
60
75
100
150
200
250
300

2.1
2.8
3.5
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
2.8
3.5
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

20
23
25
33
33
42
57
51
60
18
23
45
48
66
84
84
96
30
36
42
63
78
110
120

30
30
36
45
48
63
69
72
81
23
29
51
75
110
130
120
140
39
48
69
99
140
170
190

39
36
39
60
75
84
90
96
99
33
39
75
90
130
140
150
150
51
72
96
140
180
200
210

27
27
27
36
42
54
66
63
81
45
39
54
60
72
93
110
120
36
42
63
75
93
93
110

42
45
45
54
63
72
84
93
99
69
63
84
90
110
130
140
150
60
69
87
110
140
140
150

66
69
66
81
87
96
110
120
130
110
100
130
130
160
170
190
200
110
120
150
170
200
210
220

66
81
87
110
120
150
180
200
220
87
120
170
190
230
280
270
300
120
180
220
250
330
360
360

93
110
130
170
180
210
240
260
290
140
180
260
290
360
360
390
420
200
260
330
390
510
540
540

150
190
200
250
270
300
330
330
360
190
230
360
420
480
510
540
570
270
360
450
630
720
750
780

66
78
100
140
160
210
260
260
300
96
120
160
220
300
360
420
450
130
190
210
480
450
510
570

99
130
160
210
240
300
360
360
420
160
200
280
330
450
540
600
630
220
290
390
540
720
780
810

160
200
250
330
360
450
480
510
540
200
250
360
480
660
780
810
840
280
360
480
720
930
1100
1100

100
125
150
200
250
300
125
150
175
200
250
300
150
175
200
225
250
300
175
200
225
250
300

6.9
8.6
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
8.6
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

48
66
75
110
150
150
60
60
78
84
99
120
60
84
100
110
110
140
75
90
99
120
160

72
96
120
160
200
230
84
110
120
140
170
210
90
130
130
170
190
220
110
130
160
190
230

90
110
140
180
200
270
110
140
160
180
220
260
130
150
180
200
220
260
150
170
200
220
250

69
78
96
110
120
140
100
120
140
160
130
240
160
150
170
200
210
210
170
200
210
270
260

110
130
140
170
180
210
170
200
230
250
270
330
250
270
280
330
390
390
290
330
360
420
450

190
220
230
260
290
300
260
330
360
390
420
450
330
390
420
480
510
570
360
420
480
540
600

240
330
360
420
480
480
260
360
390
450
450
570
360
390
480
510
540
630
420
480
600
600
690

360
480
540
630
720
750
420
540
630
690
750
870
540
630
750
840
870
960
600
720
870
900
1100

450
570
660
720
780
840
540
660
780
900
1100
1200
630
750
870
990
1100
1400
870
870
990
1100
1400

260
390
390
510
660
690
330
420
480
480
630
780
390
450
510
570
600
780
480
600
660
780
930

390
510
630
840
990
1100
480
600
750
810
1000
1100
600
690
840
900
1000
1200
660
780
900
1100
1300

450
600
750
960
1100
1400
570
690
840
960
1200
1400
690
810
930
1100
1200
1400
780
900
1100
1200
1400

1. Capacities are based in pounds of saturated steam.

19

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 15. Steam Capacities(1) for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95H and 95HD Regulators with Metal Diaphragm
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

5 psig
(0.3 bar)

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

5 to 80 psig
(0.3 to 5.5 bar)
30 psig
(2.1 bar)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)

75 psig
(5.2 bar)

60 to 120 psig
(4.1 to 8.3 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

100 to 140 psig


(6.9 to 9.7 bar)

125 psig
(8.7 bar)

120 to 150 psig


(8.3 to 10.3 bar)

150 psig
(10.3 bar)

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
300

0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

48
110
130
180
250
330
430
600
750
900

50
130
150
200
300
400
550
700
850
1000

75
220
250
300
400
480
600
850
950
1100

50
90
170
200
280
450
750
800
900
950

55
100
230
280
350
600
900
950
1000
1100

75
130
370
450
550
700
1100
1100
1100
1200

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
60
75
100
150
200
250
300

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

130
180
230
300
380
500
750
900
1100
170
230
300
400
600
1000
1300
1500
300
450
500
640
1100
1600
2000

150
230
300
400
480
610
950
1100
1300
300
450
600
750
1100
1600
1800
1900
550
700
950
1400
1800
2300
2600

250
400
480
650
800
1000
1200
1400
1500
500
700
900
1200
1800
1900
2100
2200
1000
1600
2300
3100
3200
3300
3400

140
190
240
350
500
750
1000
1200
1300
230
400
750
1200
2200
2400
2600
2700
330
600
1000
1500
2200
2800
3300

200
280
350
540
750
1000
1200
1400
1500
310
500
1000
1500
2500
2800
2900
3000
600
1000
2000
3400
3800
4000
4200

280
400
600
1100
1300
1500
1600
1700
1800
550
750
1300
1800
2700
2900
3000
3100
1100
1800
2800
3800
4200
4300
4500

100
125
150
200
250
300
125
150
175
225
250
300
150
175
200
225
250
300
175
200
225
250
300

6.9
8.7
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
6.9
8.7
10.3
15.5
17.2
20.7
8.7
10.3
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
10.3
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

700
850
1000
1200
1700
2200
550
1100
1300
1400
1700
2000
1100
1300
1400
1500
1800
2100
950
1200
1500
1800
2300

1100
1500
2000
2500
2900
3300
1500
1900
2400
3100
3500
4400
2000
2400
2700
3000
3500
4300
1600
2200
3100
3500
4500

2100
2800
3600
4100
4300
4400
2500
3200
3800
4800
5500
6000
3200
3700
4500
5000
5500
6500
2700
4000
5000
6000
7500

750
1000
1300
2500
3500
4500
600
1300
1700
1400
2300
2800
1100
1600
2000
2300
2800
4300
1000
1200
1500
2500
4300

1400
2300
3500
4500
5500
6000
1500
2300
2600
3100
3500
4000
2000
2500
3500
5000
6000
7500
1700
2300
3100
4800
7000

2500
3300
3800
4800
5500
6000
2700
3600
4500
4800
6500
7500
3300
3800
4500
5500
6500
7500
2800
4000
5000
6000
7500

1. Capacities are based in pounds per hour of saturated steam.

20

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 16. Steam Capacities(1) for 1/4 through 1-Inch Type 95HT Regulators with Metal Diaphragm
RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

PRESSURE
Outlet
Setting

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)
15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

75 psig
(5.2 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

125 psig
(8.7 bar)

80 to 300 psig
(5.5 to 20.7 bar)

200 psig
(13.8 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

9
11
11
16
24
33
36
45
51
54
57
63

17
17
18
23
36
48
51
63
69
69
72
78

26
30
36
39
60
72
84
87
87
87
90
96

18
19
21
27
33
51
63
72
81
99
120
140

26
27
36
45
51
69
84
90
99
110
130
140

42
45
51
54
78
93
110
110
120
130
140
150

39
39
45
72
93
120
140
170
200
250
300
360

54
63
72
96
130
150
190
210
240
290
330
390

87
87
100
140
180
230
250
280
300
360
390
450

36
39
57
78
90
140
170
200
230
270
330
360

48
60
81
110
140
190
230
270
300
360
420
480

75
90
110
160
210
290
360
390
420
510
600
660

40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
100
125
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
125
150
175
200
250
300
400
500
600
150
175
200
225
250
300
400
500
600
225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
6.9
8.7
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
8.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
15.5
17.2
20.7
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
41.4

13
15
21
24
42
60
66
72
84
84
84
45
60
72
99
120
150
170
200
210
60
93
110
140
150
180
210
230
230
63
66
84
93
99
110
160
190
210
96
110
130
140
170
190
200
220

23
27
36
51
75
90
99
110
120
120
120
75
96
120
140
190
220
250
280
280
96
120
150
170
200
250
300
330
360
84
96
120
130
150
170
230
290
330
140
160
200
230
260
290
330
390

33
48
63
87
110
130
130
130
130
130
130
96
120
140
190
230
250
270
290
290
120
140
170
190
230
270
330
360
360
120
140
170
180
200
240
330
390
480
190
220
260
300
360
390
450
540

27
36
39
54
63
78
90
110
120
140
160
84
110
120
150
160
170
200
210
240
120
150
170
170
200
220
230
260
270
90
110
120
120
130
160
200
240
280
170
170
200
230
260
290
330
330

45
48
63
78
96
110
120
140
160
180
190
150
170
190
230
240
260
280
300
330
200
240
260
280
300
330
360
390
420
160
180
200
200
210
250
300
360
420
280
300
330
390
420
450
510
570

57
60
110
120
140
150
170
180
190
190
210
220
260
300
330
330
360
390
390
420
270
330
390
420
450
480
510
510
540
260
290
330
330
360
420
450
540
630
450
510
570
600
660
720
780
900

51
66
90
120
150
180
220
260
330
390
450
190
220
280
330
390
420
510
600
720
260
330
360
390
480
540
660
750
870
210
210
290
300
360
390
480
540
600
330
420
510
630
630
750
810
900

84
110
140
180
220
270
300
360
420
450
510
330
360
450
540
630
660
750
870
930
420
540
600
660
780
870
960
1100
1100
330
390
450
480
570
600
750
900
1000
600
720
840
1000
1100
1200
1400
1500

140
170
220
290
360
420
420
480
540
630
660
450
540
660
810
930
990
1100
1200
1300
540
660
780
900
1100
1300
1400
1600
1700
570
630
720
810
870
990
1200
1400
1600
900
1100
1300
1500
1700
1900
2000
2300

57
69
99
120
190
200
240
270
360
450
510
190
240
290
390
480
510
600
720
750
260
330
420
480
600
630
840
1100
1300
230
230
260
290
300
360
510
630
780
360
420
540
600
660
750
810
900

87
99
140
180
290
330
420
450
540
660
720
300
420
510
660
780
900
960
1100
1200
450
570
690
780
990
1100
1400
1700
2000
390
390
450
480
540
690
870
1100
1300
630
690
930
1100
1200
1400
1500
1800

140
170
250
330
450
540
600
660
750
900
960
420
570
690
930
1100
1300
1700
2100
2500
540
690
780
930
1200
1400
1900
2300
2900
600
690
750
870
960
1100
1400
1800
2100
930
1100
1300
1700
1800
2100
2300
2700

21

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 16. (Continued) Steam Capacities(1) for 1/4 through 1-Inch Type 95HT Regulators with Metal Diaphragm
PRESSURE

RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

Outlet
Setting

250 psig
(17.2 bar)
80 to 300 psig
(5.5 to 20.7 bar)
300 psig
(20.7 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

275
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
350
400
450
500
550
600

19.0
20.7
24.3
27.6
31.3
34.5
38.2
41.4
24.3
27.6
31.3
34.5
38.2
41.4

120
130
150
160
170
190
200
220
160
170
180
190
200
220

170
200
230
260
290
330
360
390
230
260
300
330
360
390

230
250
300
360
390
450
480
540
230
260
300
330
360
390

230
220
240
280
290
300
330
360
270
290
300
330
330
360

360
390
420
480
510
540
600
600
480
510
540
570
600
630

570
600
690
780
840
930
1000
1100
720
840
930
1000
1100
1200

450
540
660
660
750
780
810
930
630
720
810
900
990
1100

750
900
1100
1100
1300
1300
1400
1600
1100
1200
1400
1500
1700
1800

1100
1200
1500
1700
1800
2000
2200
2400
1400
1700
2000
2300
2600
2900

480
510
720
720
840
930
1000
1100
660
780
930
1100
1200
1300

810
930
1200
1300
1500
1700
1900
2000
1100
1400
1700
1900
2200
2400

1100
1300
1500
1800
2000
2300
2600
2800
1500
1700
2100
2400
2700
3000

1. Capacities are based in pounds per hour of saturated steam.

Table 17. Steam Capacities(1) for 1-1/2 through 2-inch Type 95HT Regulators with Metal Diaphragm
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

90
190
230
290
350
500
700
900
1100
1300
1400
1500

140
250
300
400
480
650
900
1100
1300
1400
1500
1600

190
350
400
550
700
950
1200
1400
1500
1600
1700
1800

100
200
250
400
500
1000
1600
1600
1600
1600
1700
1700

150
300
400
600
780
1300
1700
1700
1700
1700
1800
1800

200
400
600
1000
1300
1600
1800
1900
1900
1900
1900
2000

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

220
270
330
400
600
850
1200
1400
1700
1900
2000

320
380
480
600
950
1400
1800
2000
2100
2100
2200

550
650
850
1100
1500
1800
2000
2200
2400
2500
2600

230
280
400
600
1800
2500
2700
2800
2800
2900
2900

350
450
700
1200
2200
2600
2800
2900
3000
3100
3100

630
750
1300
2000
2500
2800
3000
3100
3200
3200
3300

15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

22

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 17. (Continued) Steam Capacities(1) for 1-1/2 through 2-inch Type 95HT Regulators with Metal Diaphragm
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

50 psig
(3.4 bar)

15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

60 to 260 psig
(4.1 to 17.9 bar)

200 psig
(13.8 bar)

250 psig
(17.2 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

60
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

330
430
600
900
1200
1500
1800
2300
2700
3000

550
650
900
1400
1900
2300
2500
2900
3100
3400

1100
1400
1800
2400
2900
3100
3300
3300
3500
3600

400
850
1500
2500
3200
3600
3900
4200
4400
4600

630
1100
1800
2800
3700
4000
4300
4500
4600
4800

1400
2000
2500
3500
4100
4400
4600
4700
4900
5000

125
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
125
150
175
225
250
300
400
500
600
225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
275
300
350
400
450
500
550
600

8.7
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
8.7
10.3
12.0
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
15.5
17.2
20.7
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
41.4
19.1
20.7
24.3
27.6
31.3
34.5
38.2
41.4

1000
1200
1500
1900
2400
3300
3800
4100
800
900
1000
1100
1500
1800
2100
2400
2600
1300
1400
2000
2300
2700
3100
3600
4500
1500
2300
2800
3200
3600
3700
4100
4200

1600
1900
2800
3300
3800
4300
4800
5200
1300
1500
1700
1900
2100
2600
3600
4300
4800
2500
2700
3600
4100
5000
5500
6000
6500
3000
4000
5100
5500
6000
6500
6900
7300

3000
3600
4600
4800
4900
5000
5100
5300
2500
2800
3200
3600
4000
4800
6000
6500
7000
4600
4900
6400
7000
8300
9000
9500
10,000
5100
6500
7700
8500
9000
9500
9900
10,000

2000
2500
4100
4900
5400
5900
6400
6700
850
900
1000
1100
1600
2500
4800
5500
6300
1400
1500
2100
2700
3800
4000
5000
6300
1500
2000
2900
3700
4200
4700
5100
5500

2300
3200
4900
5500
5900
6300
6500
6800
1300
1500
1700
2000
2500
3800
6800
8000
8500
2600
2800
4000
4900
8300
8000
8500
9000
3000
4000
5400
7000
7800
8400
8800
9100

3500
4300
5400
6100
6400
6700
6800
6900
3000
3500
4000
4800
5600
6800
8300
9300
9800
5300
5000
7100
8000
9800
10,000
10,800
11,500
5200
6300
8400
9700
11,000
11,000
12,000
12,000

1. Capacities are based in pounds per hour of saturated steam.

23

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 18. Water Capacities in GPM for 1/4 through 1-Inch Types 95L and 95LD Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragm(1, 2)
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

2 to 6 psig
(0.1 to 0.4 bar)

Outlet
Setting

1/4

1/2

Psig

Bar

10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250

0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

1.0
2.0
2.3
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
1.8
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0

1.8
3.0
3.3
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
2.7
3.5
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8

2.0
2.8
3.3
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
4.0
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2

3.3
4.0
4.7
4.8
4.8
4.8
4.8
4.8
4.8
5.0
5.2
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3

5.0
7.5
10
11
11
11
11
11
11
7.0
10
12
12
12
12
12
12

7.0
11
13
17
20
22
22
22
22
10
13
17
20
22
22
22
22

5.8
9.2
12
13
13
13
13
13
13
8.3
12
14
14
14
14
14
14

8.3
13
16
20
23
27
27
27
27
12
16
20
25
27
27
27
27

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250

1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

1.8
2.7
3.5
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.7

2.2
3.3
4.3
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5

3.5
4.7
4.8
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0

5.0
5.8
6.2
6.3
6.3
6.3
6.3
6.3

7.0
11
15
15
15
15
15
17

8.5
13
17
22
28
32
35
35

8.3
13
18
18
18
18
18
20

10
15
20
27
33
37
42
42

20 psig
(1.4 bar)

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

2.0
2.7
3.3
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8

2.9
3.8
4.7
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0

4.3
5.2
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5

5.8
6.7
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2

10
13
14
18
22
23
23
25

11
13
17
20
27
32
37
38

12
15
17
22
25
27
27
30

13
16
20
25
32
38
43
45

25 psig
(1.7 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

2.6
3.3
3.7
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2

3.5
4.3
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8

5.2
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8

7.5
7.8
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0

13
14
22
23
28
33
35

13
16
22
27
32
38
41

15
17
25
28
33
40
42

16
19
27
32
38
45
48

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

40
50
75
100
150
200
250

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2

2.3
3.2
4.3
4.8
4.8
4.8
4.8

3.0
4.0
5.7
6.3
3.6
6.3
6.3

5.3
6.5
6.7
6.7
6.7
6.7
6.7

7.3
8.3
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2

10
13
20
24
32
37
40

12
15
22
27
33
40
43

12
16
23
28
37
43
47

14
18
25
32
40
47
50

5 psig
(0.3 bar)

5 to 15 psig
(0.3 to 1.0 bar)

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

1. Capacities are in gallons per minute of water.


2. To obtain capacities for regulators with metal diaphragms, multiply the table values by 0.8.

24

3/4

10%
Offset

10 psig
(0.7 bar)

13 to 30 psig
(0.9 to 2.1 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 19. Water Capacities for 1/4 through 1-Inch Types 95H and 95HD Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragm(1, 2)
RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

PRESSURE
Outlet
Setting

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

15 to 30 psig
(1.0 to 2.1 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)

50 psig
(3.5 bar)
25 to 75 psig
(1.7 to 5.2 bar)
75 psig
(5.2 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

70 to 150 psig
(4.8 to 10.3 bar)

125 psig
(8.6 bar)

150 psig
(10.3 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
60
75
100
150
200
250
300

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
1.0
1.2
2.5
3.5
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
2.0
3.0
3.2
4.0
4.8
5.0
5.0

1.8
2.0
2.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
4.2
1.8
2.0
3.3
3.8
4.2
5.0
5.0
5.0
3.0
3.5
3.8
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0

3.2
3.6
3.8
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.2
5.5
5.5
2.5
2.8
4.7
7.0
9.0
10
11
12
3.5
4.0
4.5
8.5
9.2
11
12

2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.1
5.1
5.2
2.8
3.5
4.0
5.0
6.0
6.5
6.5
7.0
4.0
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.3

3.2
5.0
5.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.6
6.6
4.9
5.7
5.9
6.1
6.5
6.9
7.0
7.5
6.5
8.6
9.0
9.5
10
11
11

6.8
7.0
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.8
8.0
8.5
9.0
9.5
10
13
14
14
14
14
14
12
12
13
13
14
14
15

7.0
8.0
9.0
12
13
15
19
20
20
9.0
11
15
17
21
24
25
26
9.0
12
15
23
24
26
25

10
12
14
18
19
22
25
27
28
13
16
21
24
30
31
35
36
14
20
24
32
34
39
40

15
18
20
26
28
31
35
37
40
17
21
28
33
40
46
49
53
20
25
31
40
47
51
55

8.0
8.0
8.5
13
19
25
32
33
34
8.5
11
16
19
30
35
36
37
12
14
16
20
30
33
40

11
13
15
21
26
36
37
37
38
14
18
25
31
39
48
53
54
17
21
26
36
42
49
55

16
20
23
29
34
42
44
46
48
17
22
29
34
42
49
55
60
23
27
34
42
49
55
60

100
125
150
200
250
300
125
150
175
200
250
300
125
150
175
200
250
300
175
200
225
250
300

6.9
8.7
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
8.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
8.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

2.0
2.5
3.5
4.3
6.5
6.5
2.5
2.7
2.8
3.0
3.5
4.4
2.0
2.1
2.2
3.6
3.7
4.0
2.5
2.6
3.0
3.5
4.0

4.0
4.2
5.5
6.7
10
11
4.0
4.0
4.2
5.1
5.5
6.6
3.3
3.6
4.5
6.0
7.0
8.2
3.9
4.2
5.0
5.7
7.0

6.5
7.5
8.5
9.1
12
13
5.8
6.7
7.2
8.5
9.6
10
6.0
6.8
8.5
9.3
9.9
11
6.5
7.2
9.0
9.9
11

9.5
10
11
11
11
11
7.0
8.0
9.0
9.5
10
11
7.8
9.0
9.5
10
11
12
8.7
10
12
13
13

12
14
15
15
15
15
11
14
15
15
16
16
12
15
16
18
18
18
14
17
19
20
20

15
18
21
23
23
23
16
19
21
23
24
24
18
20
23
25
26
28
19
22
24
26
28

16
20
23
28
32
33
15
17
24
25
29
33
19
23
27
32
34
36
21
24
29
30
35

23
29
33
41
43
49
24
27
28
37
42
48
25
32
36
40
44
47
28
33
37
41
49

28
33
39
47
52
56
30
35
40
45
52
57
32
37
42
47
51
57
34
40
45
50
55

16
21
24
29
37
39
30
35
40
45
52
57
17
22
24
29
32
38
34
40
45
50
55

24
31
37
46
50
56
24
30
33
41
42
43
27
33
35
38
42
44
26
34
39
45
53

30
36
42
49
55
60
32
38
43
48
54
58
35
40
47
49
53
59
37
42
48
52
59

1. Capacities are in gallons per minute of water.


2. To obtain capacities for regulators with metal diaphragms, multiply the table values by 0.6.

25

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 20. Water Capacities for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95H and 95HD Regulators with
Either Elastomer or Stainless Steel Diaphragm(1)
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

5 psig
(0.3 bar)

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

5 to 80 psig
(0.3 to 5.5 bar)
30 psig
(2.1 bar)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)

75 psig
(5.2 bar)

60 to 120 psig
(4.1 to 8.3 bar)

100
(6.9 bar)

100 to 140 psig


(6.9 to 9.7 bar)

125 psig
(8.7 bar)

120 to 150 psig


(8.3 to 10.3 bar)

150 psig
(10.3 bar)

1. Capacities are in gallons per minute of water.

26

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10
20
30
50
75
100
150
200
250
300

0.7
1.4
2.1
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

4.8
6.2
7.5
9.5
12
14
16
18
19
20

5.2
7.0
8.3
10
13
15
18
20
22
24

7.4
8.5
9.5
12
15
17
20
23
25
28

4.8
6.5
8.0
10
12
14
17
18
25
33

5.2
7.1
9.0
12
14
15
20
21
27
40

7.6
10
12
15
16
18
22
23
30
45

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
60
75
100
150
200
250
300

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7

8.0
10
12
14
17
21
23
24
25
13
15
18
21
24
27
30
33
17
20
25
34
42
50
56

9.0
11
13
18
21
27
32
34
35
18
21
26
30
36
41
47
55
29
33
40
50
61
71
82

11
14
18
25
32
43
52
54
55
27
30
40
49
64
80
110
130
51
58
68
87
110
130
160

7.0
9.5
11
15
18
21
24
27
32
13
14
18
22
26
30
31
32
16
19
24
32
42
50
55

10
13
15
19
22
28
31
40
50
18
20
25
30
36
41
45
52
29
32
38
49
62
73
83

14
17
20
26
32
40
43
50
65
27
30
39
48
63
77
90
110
51
56
65
84
110
140
160

100
125
150
200
250
300
125
150
175
225
250
300
150
175
200
225
250
300
175
200
225
250
300

6.9
8.7
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
8.7
10.3
12.0
15.5
17.2
20.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7

19
31
38
52
57
65
23
41
40
52
62
70
28
29
30
36
38
39
29
32
35
40
55

30
56
65
74
85
95
30
44
55
83
96
100
51
60
64
70
76
82
52
55
63
70
94

60
85
110
120
140
160
75
87
100
130
140
180
80
90
110
110
120
140
90
100
110
120
140

20
27
34
45
56
68
24
33
41
54
65
100
29
31
33
36
45
69
33
34
37
43
55

30
49
60
71
85
100
32
45
57
84
100
130
52
61
71
82
95
120
54
58
64
73
95

60
85
110
120
140
160
76
89
110
130
140
160
83
95
110
120
130
150
92
100
110
130
150

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 21. Water Capacities(1) for 1/4 through 1-Inch Type 95HP Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragm
(See footnote 2 for Type 95HT Regulators)
RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

PRESSURE
Outlet
Setting

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

30 psig
(2.1 bar)
15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

75 psig
(5.2 bar)

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

125 psig
(8.7 bar)

80 to 300 psig
(5.5 to 20.7 bar)

200 psig
(13.8 bar)

250 psig
(17.2 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

0.6
0.9
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.4
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0

1.3
1.5
1.8
2.6
3.0
4.0
4.8
5.0
5.2
5.5
5.5
5.5

2.9
3.1
3.2
4.5
5.0
6.4
7.0
8.0
9.0
10
11
12

2.6
2.7
2.8
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.8
4.8
4.5
5.4
5.6
6.2

3.2
3.5
3.8
4.6
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.2
6.2
6.5
6.7
7.0

5.2
5.5
6.2
6.6
7.0
7.0
7.7
7.8
7.5
7.8
8.0
8.5

4.5
4.5
5.5
5.5
7.0
9.0
11
11
13
16
18
24

6.0
7.0
7.8
9.0
11
13
16
15
19
23
26
33

9.5
11
12
15
17
20
21
21
23
27
33
42

4.0
5.0
6.5
7.0
7.3
11
10
12
15
20
19
18

6.0
7.0
8.5
11
13
17
17
23
26
26
27
30

9.8
11
14
17
21
25
32
35
36
37
37
41

40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
100
125
150
200
250
300
400
500
600
125
150
175
200
250
300
400
500
600
150
175
200
225
250
300
400
500
600
225
250
300
400
500
600
275
300
400
500
600

2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
6.9
8.7
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
8.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
19.0
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

1.0
1.4
2.0
2.4
2.7
3.0
4.0
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
2.8
3.3
4.3
4.8
5.6
5.8
6.0
6.1
6.2
3.1
4.0
4.8
5.5
6.4
7.0
7.3
7.5
7.5
1.5
2.0
2.4
2.4
3.0
3.6
3.6
3.7
4.6
2.6
2.8
3.4
4.0
4.6
5.8
3.2
3.4
3.8
5.0
6.4

2.0
2.4
3.7
4.1
5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
4.5
5.8
6.7
8.2
10
11
11
11
11
4.9
6.4
7.5
8.0
9.7
11
11
12
12
2.8
3.4
3.8
4.2
4.8
5.3
6.0
6.1
7.0
4.6
4.8
6.2
6.8
7.5
9.3
5.4
5.8
7.2
9.0
10

3.7
4.0
5.5
6.7
8.0
10
11
12
12
13
13
5.9
7.2
8.3
10
12
13
15
15
16
6.4
7.5
8.6
9.2
11
12
15
15
16
5.6
6.6
6.8
7.0
8.2
9.0
9.5
10
12
8.0
8.3
9.9
12
13
15
8.5
9.4
12
14
16

2.6
3.0
4.0
4.5
5.0
5.8
6.0
6.0
6.5
6.6
6.9
5.5
6.2
6.5
8.0
8.2
8.7
8.8
8.7
9.0
6.4
7.0
8.0
8.2
9.0
9.3
9.3
9.3
10
5.5
5.7
6.0
6.2
6.4
6.5
8.0
7.8
9.1
7.0
7.2
7.8
10
10
11
7.8
8.0
10
11
12

4.4
5.0
6.2
6.5
7.0
7.2
8.0
8.2
8.4
8.6
8.7
9.0
10
12
12
12
12
12
13
13
11
12
13
14
14
14
14
14
15
7.5
8.5
9.0
9.5
10
10
12
12
13
11
12
12
16
16
17
13
14
16
18
20

7.2
7.8
8.8
9.8
10
10
11
11
11
12
11
13
16
18
19
19
19
19
19
20
16
18
21
21
22
22
22
23
23
14
15
16
17
17
17
18
20
22
18
19
21
25
25
28
21
22
28
30
31

5.2
6.0
7.0
9.0
12
14
16
17
16
23
30
12
15
17
20
24
25
26
36
39
15
18
20
23
29
32
32
33
44
9.0
12
13
15
16
17
19
24
28
16
17
19
24
25
30
19
19
23
27
31

7.3
10
13
16
19
21
24
22
25
33
38
20
23
27
31
35
38
38
49
52
23
28
31
34
38
44
48
49
61
16
20
22
24
27
28
35
36
40
25
28
31
38
40
45
29
31
37
42
48

15
17
20
24
28
30
31
32
34
44
51
27
32
37
43
48
51
58
64
72
29
35
39
43
49
54
63
64
77
28
31
33
39
41
43
47
51
59
37
42
47
56
61
70
41
44
56
64
74

5.5
7.0
9.0
11
13
14
18
21
24
25
30
14
17
21
24
29
37
39
39
39
17
21
24
28
36
39
41
41
41
13
13
16
16
18
21
22
23
28
17
20
22
28
29
30
20
23
29
30
32

8.0
11
15
19
24
26
33
34
39
40
42
21
26
32
38
44
49
53
57
57
24
30
36
38
47
53
61
61
61
19
22
25
27
30
35
38
40
42
25
30
35
44
45
46
31
34
45
48
50

14
17
23
30
35
44
47
52
54
56
58
28
35
40
47
51
57
60
65
70
32
37
42
45
51
57
65
66
70
32
36
41
44
47
51
55
56
62
40
41
51
65
67
72
44
48
62
70
74

27

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 21. (Continued) Water Capacities(1) for 1/4 through 1-Inch Type 95HP Regulators with Elastomer Diaphragm
(See footnote 2 for Type 95HT Regulators)
PRESSURE

RECOMMENDED
OUTLET
PRESSURE
RANGE

Outlet
Setting

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1/4

1/2

3/4

Offset

Offset

Offset

Offset

Psig

Bar

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

10%

20%

40%

24.3
27.6
34.5
41.4

3.8
4.0
5.2
6.5

7.0
7.5
9.0
11

11
12
14
16

9.5
10
10
13

15
17
19
21

24
27
29
33

21
24
27
32

35
39
43
51

47
53
60
75

24
27
31
35

38
44
50
55

50
58
70
74

34.5
41.4

5.3
6.6

9.2
12

14
17

11
14

20
22

30
35

27
33

44
53

64
77

32
38

51
58

70
76

80 to 300 psig
(5.5 to 20.7 bar)

300 psig
(20.7 bar)

350
400
500
600

80 to 400 psig
(5.5 to 27.6 bar)
Type 95HP only

400 psi
(27.6 bar)

500
600

1. Capacities are in gallons per minute of water.


2. To obtain capacities for regulators with metal diaphragms, multiply the table values by 0.6.

Table 22. Water Capacities for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95HT (Metal Diaphragm) and 95HP (Elastomer Diaphragm) Regulators(1)
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

15 to 100 psig
(1.0 to 6.9 bar)

Outlet
Setting

28

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

15 psig
(1.0 bar)

30
40
50
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

2.1
2.8
3.4
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

9.0
11
12
14
16
22
30
35
37
40
43
45

12
13
15
18
22
31
40
47
51
58
65
71

18
19
21
25
29
39
50
65
85
120
140
140

11
12
13
15
18
29
50
70
85
45(2)
47(2)
50(2)

14
16
17
21
26
50
92
95
100
63(2)
67(2)
70(2)

21
24
28
35
45
85
120
120
120
75(2)
77(2)
80(2)

50 psig
(3.4 bar)

60
75
100
150
200
250
300
400
500
600

4.1
5.2
6.9
10.3
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

20
23
26
34
40
47
52
62
71
76

28
33
39
50
60
67
75
85
100
110

50
57
67
86
110
130
150
190
240
240

19
23
30
45
58
72
85
85(2)
92(2)
100(2)

31
38
52
80
100
120
130
110(2)
110(2)
120(2)

56
69
89
130
160
180
190
140(2)
140(2)
140(2)

125
150
175
200
250
300
400
500
600
150
175
200
225
250
300
400
500
600

8.7
10.3
12.0
13.8
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4
10.3
12.0
13.8
15.5
17.2
20.7
27.6
34.5
41.4

37
45
49
54
63
70
85
90
100
28
29
31
34
38
45
58
65
71

57
65
70
80
95
110
130
140
160
42
45
50
55
61
71
90
100
110

95
110
120
130
160
180
220
240
260
68
71
77
84
95
120
150
170
180

45
55
65
73
90
110
93(2)
100(2)
110(2)
24
31
36
42
47
55
62
70
200

75
110
120
140
170
190
120(2)
130(2)
140(2)
49
55
63
70
80
95
230
240
270

100
120
130
150
170
190
170(2)
170(2)
180(2)
84
87
91
96
110
140
240
260
290

100 psig
(6.9 bar)

60 to 260 psig
(4.1 to 17.2 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

125 psig
(8.7 bar)

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

Bulletin 71.1:95
Table 22. (Continued) Water Capacities for 1-1/2 through 2-Inch Types 95HT (Metal Diaphragm) and 95HP
(Elastomer Diaphragm) Regulators(1)
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED OUTLET
PRESSURE RANGE

Outlet
Setting

200 psig
(13.8 bar)

60 to 260 psig
(4.1 to 17.2 bar)

250 psig
(17.2 bar)

60 to 300 psig
(4.1 to 20.7 bar)
Type 95HP only

300 psig
(20.7 bar)

REGULATOR BODY SIZE, INCHES

Inlet

1-1/2

Psig

Bar

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

10%
Offset

20%
Offset

40%
Offset

225
250
300
350
400
450
500
600
275
300
350
400
450
500
550
600

15.5
17.2
20.7
24.1
27.6
31.0
34.5
41.4
19.1
20.7
24.3
27.6
31.3
34.5
38.2
41.4

40
45
52
54
60
75
83
91
46
50
60
65
70
81
82
85

60
75
88
90
100
120
130
140
77
85
96
100
120
130
140
150

110
120
130
150
180
190
200
210
130
140
150
180
200
220
230
240

46
50
58
72
74
95
110
150
50
55
65
70
90
100
120
130

72
80
96
110
160
180
200
280
86
89
100
130
160
170
190
250

120
130
150
170
220
240
260
290
140
150
170
190
210
230
250
260

350
400
450
500
550
600

24.3
27.6
31.3
34.5
38.2
41.4

55
60
70
80
88
90

94
110
120
140
150
150

140
180
200
220
230
250

60
75
97
110
120
140

110
120
150
180
210
240

160
180
200
220
240
250

1. Capacities are in gallons per minute of water.


2. Capacities limited due to boost

29

Bulletin 71.1:95
TYPES 95L and 95LC REGULATORS
A
Body Size,
Inches

Cast Iron

Steel/Sst

Inch

mm

Inch

1/4

2.25

57

1/2

3.88

99

3/4, 1

4.88

124

mm

Inch

mm

Inch

mm

Inch

mm

2.75

70

1.81

46

4.56

116

5.06

129

4.00

101

1.81

46

6.12

155

7.00

178

5.00

127

2.25

57

9.12

232

10.19

259

TYPES 95H, 95HT, 95HP, and 95HC REGULATORS


1/4

2.25

57

2.75

70

1.81

46

4.50

114

3.19

81

1/2

3.88

99

4.00

101

1.81

46

6.00

152

4.25

108

3/4, 1

4.88

124

5.00

127

2.25

57

9.00

229

6.06

154

1-1/2, 2

7.25

184

7.25

184

2.56

65

14.44

367

8.19

208

TYPE 95LD REGULATORS


Body
Size,
Inches

A
Cast Iron

Steel

Inch

mm

Inch

1/4

2.25

57

1/2

3.88

99

3/4, 1

4.88

124

mm

Inch

mm

2.75

70

1.81

4.00

101

1.81

5.00

127

2.25

E
(NPT)

Inch

mm

Inch

mm

Inch

Inch

mm

46

7.94

202

5.06

129

1/8

2.75

70

46

10.12

257

7.00

178

1/4

4.00

102

57

15.31

389 10.19

259

1/2

4.00

102

TYPE 95HD REGULATOR


1/4

2.25

57

2.75

70

1.81

46

7.88

200

3.19

81

1/8

2.75

70

1/2

3.88

99

4.00

101

1.81

46

10.00

254

4.25

108

1/4

4.00

102

3/4, 1

4.88

124

5.00

127

2.25

57

15.12

384

6.06

154

1/2

4.00

102

1-1/2, 2

7.25

184

7.25

184

2.56

65

18.31

465

8.19

208

1/4

6.75

171

D
J

D
D

E-NPT
C (MAX)

C (MAX)

C (MAX)
BODY
SIZE
(NPT)

AE9236-F
A0811-2 / IL

BODY
SIZE
(NPT)

TYPE 95HD REGULATOR


(DIMENSIONS ALSO APPLY TO
TYPE 95LD REGULATOR )

Figure 6. Dimensions

30

B
A

7
(178)

AJ3324-H
A0810-2 / IL

TYPE 95H REGULATOR


(DIMENSIONS ALSO APPLY TO
TYPES 95L, 95HT, 95HP
95LC and 95HC REGULATORS )

14
(356)

14A4040-D / IL

FLANGED BODIES AVAILABLE IN


1/2 THROUGH 2-INCH BODY SIZES

Bulletin 71.1:95
Ordering Information

5. Outlet pressure setting or range

When ordering, specify:

6. Flow rates
a. Minimum controlled flow
b. Normal flow
c. Maximum flow

Application Information
1. Type of gas/liquid being controlled (air, ammonia,
water, process chemicals, etc.); list any factors such
as impurities in the gas/liquid that may affect the compatibility with the regulator trim parts.
2. Specific gravity of the gas/liquid
3. Temperature of the gas/liquid
4. Range of flowing inlet pressure to regulator

7. Line size and end connection size of adjacent piping


Regulator Information
Refer to the specifications on page 2 and carefully review the description to the right of each specification
and in the referenced tables. Specify the desired
selection wherever there is a choice to be made. Always specify the regulator type number.

31

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SLIDING STEM CONTROL VALVE SPECIFICATION


Customer:
Contact:
Reference:
Project:
Item:
002

starcontrols
Contact:
Quote:
DL100108
Data Sheet:
Rev:

1HJH21AA101,1HJH22AA101
1HJH23AA101,1HJH24AA101
1 Inch GX Valve & Actr

Body Style:
Design Temp:
Design Press:
End Connect:
In:
Out:
Material:
Ports:
Flow Directn:

Globe

None
None

S31603
Stem
Unbalanced
Class IV
22 mm
Equal %
S31603

Plain

Actuator:
Type/Size:
Travel:
Bench Set:
Push Down To:
Supply:
To Actuator:
Fails Valve:
Handwheel:

Spg & Diaph


GX/225
20 mm

Live-load PTFE
B7/2H (NCF2)

Close
Air
Fail Closed
None

-1.2.39-deeperblue

Transducer:
Input Signal:
Output Signal:
Action:
Mounting:
Airset:
Certifications:

CF3M (SA351)

Bonnet Style:
Boss Size:
Packing:
Access:
Bolt, Bonnet:
PackFlg/Bltg:

Positioner Type:
Input Signal:
Access:
Gauges:
Action:
Certification:

DVC2000, AC Autocal
4-20 mA dc
Airset
None
Single/Direct
FM & CSA IS & NI CL2

Controller Type:
None
Action:
Measure Element:
Range:
Output:
Mounting:
Airset:
Mounting:

Class 300
RF Flanged
RF Flanged
CS 1.0619/WCC
Single Port
Up

Trim Number:
Cage Matl:
Retainer Matl:
Bushing Matl:
Seat Ring Matl:
VALVE PLUG
Material:
Guiding:
Balance:
Shutoff Class:
Port Size:
Characteristic:
Stem Material:
Stem Size:

29 JUL 10

Qty: 8

Service:
Tag:
Size and Type:

Rev: 00

SG
T
P1
dP
Q
Cv
Km

None

Line In:
Line Out:
Insulation:
Service Cond:
Throttling
Process Fluid:
Oil
Minimum
Normal
0.981
deg C
100.000
kPa(g)
1100.000
kPa
500.000
kg/h
1000.000
0.522
0.864

% Open

Maximum Rated Flow Coefficient:

13.7 Cv

29 JUL 10 09:54:10 am

Maximum
0.981
100.000
1100.000
200.000
5400.000
4.463
0.864

66

SLIDING STEM CONTROL VALVE SPECIFICATION


Customer:
Contact:
Reference:
Project:
Item:
003

starcontrols
Contact:
Quote:
DL100108
Data Sheet:
Rev:

1HJM21AA101,1HJM22AA101
1HJM23AA101,1HJM24AA101
1 1/2 Inch GX Valve & Actr

Body Style:
Design Temp:
Design Press:
End Connect:
In:
Out:
Material:
Ports:
Flow Directn:

Globe

None
None

CF3M/HF Seat
Port
Unbalanced
Class IV
36 mm
Equal %
S20910

Extension

Actuator:
Type/Size:
Travel:
Bench Set:
Push Down To:
Supply:
To Actuator:
Fails Valve:
Handwheel:

Spg & Diaph


GX/225
20 mm

Graphite ULF
B7/2H (NCF2)

Close
Air
Fail Closed
None

-1.2.39-deeperblue

Transducer:
Input Signal:
Output Signal:
Action:
Mounting:
Airset:
Certifications:

CF3M HF S & G

Bonnet Style:
Boss Size:
Packing:
Access:
Bolt, Bonnet:
PackFlg/Bltg:

Positioner Type:
Input Signal:
Access:
Gauges:
Action:
Certification:

DVC2000, AC Autocal
4-20 mA dc
Airset
None
Single/Direct
FM & CSA IS & NI CL2

Controller Type:
None
Action:
Measure Element:
Range:
Output:
Mounting:
Airset:
Mounting:

Class 300
RF Flanged
RF Flanged
CS 1.0619/WCC
Single Port
Up

Trim Number:
Cage Matl:
Retainer Matl:
Bushing Matl:
Seat Ring Matl:
VALVE PLUG
Material:
Guiding:
Balance:
Shutoff Class:
Port Size:
Characteristic:
Stem Material:
Stem Size:

29 JUL 10

Qty: 8

Service:
Tag:
Size and Type:

Rev: 00

T Satur
T
P1
dP
Qs
Vlv Lpa
Cs
C1

None

Line In:
Line Out:
Insulation:
Service Cond:
Throttling
Process Fluid:
Steam
Minimum
Normal
deg C
170.482
deg C
350.000
kPa(g)
700.000
kPa
350.000
kg/h
50.000
dB(A)
54.6
1.340
38.343

% Open

Maximum Rated Flow Coefficient:

48.0 Cs

29 JUL 10 09:54:10 am

Maximum
170.482
350.000
700.000
50.000
500.000
56.2
28.048
35.339

78

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Design GX Control Valve and Actuator System


The Fisher Design GX is a compact, state-of-the-art
control valve and actuator system, designed to
control a wide range of process liquids, gases, and
vapors.
The Design GX is rugged, reliable, and easy to
select. It requires no actuator sizing -- the actuator
selection is automatic once the valve body
construction is selected.
The optimized design results in reduced complexity
and parts count. As a result, the cost of maintenance
is reduced.
The Design GX meets the requirements of both EN
and ANSI standards. It is available with a complete
accessory package, including the FIELDVUEr
DVC2000 Series integrated digital valve controller.

Features
D Easy to size and select
D No actuator sizing required--selection is
automatic
D Engineered for easy maintenance
D Maximum part commonality across sizes
D Replaceable trim
D Low lifetime costs
D Robust, low-profile design
D Compact field-reversible multi-spring
pneumatic actuator
D Available with integrated, easy-to-calibrate
DVC2000 Series Digital Valve Controller
D Valve body sizes DN 15 to DN 100
(0.5 inch through 4-inch)

Figure 1. Design GX Control Valve, Actuator, and DVC2000


Series Digital Valve Controller

D High capacity design


D Valve body flow passage optimized for flow
stability
D Full range of materials, including alloys
D Shutoff capabilities: Class IV, V, and VI
D Rangeability of 50:1 (equal percentage)
D Optional metal bellows seal
D103171X012

D Pressure Classes PN 10-40,


Class 150 and 300

W8861/IL

www.Fisher.com

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

COMPACT FIELD-REVERSIBLE
MULTI-SPRING ACTUATOR

INTEGRAL PNEUMATIC
PASSAGEWAYS
INTEGRATED POSITIONER
MOUNTING
NAMUR POSITIONER
MOUNTING CAPABILITY

ONE-PIECE SCREWED
PACKING FOLLOWER

STANDARD LIVE-LOADED PACKING

CLAMPED BONNET DESIGN


W8486-3/IL

Figure 2. Design GX Control Valve Assembly with Stem-Guided Contoured Plug (Size DN 25/1-Inch)

Contents

Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Principle of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
The Design GX Control Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Design GX Control Valve Specifications
and Materials of Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
The Design GX Diaphragm Actuator . . . . . . . . . 11
Bellows Extension Bonnet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Valve-Actuator Dimensions and Weights . . . . . 17
Design GX Actuator Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
The FIELDVUE DVC2000 Series
Digital Valve Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Optional Positioners and Instruments . . . . . . . . 19
Manual Handwheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Coefficients . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Optimized valve and actuator system. Product


simplicity and ease of selection form the foundation
of the Design GX. Mounted with a digital or analog
positioner, the GX provides high performance control
across a wide range of process applications.

Compact actuator design. The multi-spring GX


actuator is compact and field-reversible. (No extra
parts are required to reverse the fail-action). The GX
design has been optimized to eliminate complicated
actuator sizing procedures - once the valve body
and port size are selected, the actuator size is fixed.
Modular design. The design architecture has been
optimized to maximize the use of common parts
across sizes. The actuator stem and stem connector
are used across all GX sizes. Only one set of
springs is used in each of the three actuator sizes.
The plug/stem assemblies and packing sets are
common across several sizes, as well.
Lower lifetime costs. Reduced product complexity,
low parts count, and part commonality all contribute
to reduced inventory and maintenance costs.
Stable flow control. The flow cavity of the Design
GX valve body has been engineered to provide
stable flow and reduce process variability.

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


LINKAGE-LESS
POSITION
FEEDBACK

DVC2000
COVER

W8588/IL

PUSH-BUTTON
INSTRUMENT
SETUP

Figure 3. Design GX and DVC2000 Series Digital Valve


Controller

Live-loaded packing. The Design GX comes with


live-loaded PTFE V-ring packing as standard. The
live-loaded design helps to seal your process to
conserve valuable process fluid, while reducing
emissions to the environment. The long-life and high
reliability of the live-loaded system also reduces
maintenance costs and process downtime. For
applications exceeding 232_C (450_F), live-loaded
ULF (Ultra Low Friction) graphite packing and
extension bonnets are available.
Easy maintenance. The simple screwed seat-ring
and one-piece plug and stem design provide easy
maintenance. Design simplicity and parts
commonality contribute to reduced spares inventory.
The integrated DVC2000 digital valve controller
allows easy instrument removal, without a
requirement for tubing disconnection or replacement
(air-to-open construction).
Longer life. Alloy valve constructions and hardened
trim materials are available in the Design GX to
increase valve body, bonnet, and trim life.
Digital valve controller. The Design GX is available
with the DVC2000 Series digital valve controller. The
DVC2000 is easy to use, compact, and designed for

easy mounting. It converts a 4-20 mA input signal


into a pneumatic output signal, which feeds the
control valve actuator. Instrument setup is performed
with a push button and liquid crystal display (LCD)
interface. This interface is protected from the
environment within a sealed enclosure. The interface
supports multiple languages, including German,
French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and
English.
Intrinsic safety and non-incendive construction is
available to CSA, FM, ATEX, and IEC standards. An
optional module provides integrated limit switches
and a position transmitter.
Integrated mounting. The DVC2000 digital valve
controller integrally mounts to the Design GX
actuator, eliminating the need for mounting brackets.
The DVC2000 transmits a pneumatic signal to the
actuator casing via an air passage in the yoke leg,
causing the valve to stroke (see figure 4). This
eliminates the need for positioner-to-actuator tubing
in the air-to-open (spring-to-close) configuration.
The DVC2000 mounting interface is identical on both
sides of the actuator yoke. This symmetrical design
allows the DVC2000 to be easily moved from one
side of the valve to the other without the need to
rotate the actuator.
Linkage-less feedback. The DVC2000 digital valve
controller offers as standard a non-contacting valve
position feedback system. This is a true linkage-less
design, which uses no levers and no touching parts
between the valve stem and the positioner.
Additional Accessory selection. The Design GX is
available with a variety of digital or analog
positioners besides the DVC2000 Series, as well as
solenoid and limit switches. The actuator is also
compatible with the IEC 60534-6-1 (NAMUR)
positioner mounting standard.

Note
Fisher does not assume responsibility
for the selection, use, or maintenance
of any product. Responsibility for
proper selection, use, and
maintenance of any Fisher product
remains solely with the purchaser and
end-user.

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Principle of Operation
AIR SUPPLY

AIR VENT

AIR VENT

AIR SUPPLY

AIR-TO-OPEN
(SPRING-TO-CLOSE)

AIR-TO-CLOSE
(SPRING-TO-OPEN)

E0896-2/IL

Figure 4. Design GX Principle of Operation -- Actuator Air Supply

Integrated Air Supply. When mounted with the


DVC2000 Series digital valve controller, the Design
GX uses an integrated actuator air supply system. In
the air-to-open construction, air is supplied to the

lower actuator casing via a port on the actuator yoke


face -- no tubing is required. In the air-to-close
configuration, air is supplied to the upper casing via
tubing.

PTFE SEAT
SCREWED-IN
SEAT RING

W9023-1

PLUG

Figure 5. Design GX Control Valve with Typical Soft Seat Trim Construction (Port Sizes of 36mm - 90mm)

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

VALVE BODIES AVAILABLE


IN EN AND ANSI PRESSURE
RATINGS

FLOW GEOMETRY ENGINEERED


FOR STABLE FLOW AND REDUCED
PROCESS VARIABILITY

CLAMPED BONNET, WITH


LIVE-LOADED PTFE PACKING
AS STANDARD
SCREWED-IN
SEAT RING

PORT-GUIDED PLUG DESIGN

W8568-1/IL

Figure 6. Design GX Control Valve with Port-Guided Plug (Port Sizes of 36mm - 90mm)

LIVE-LOADED
PTFE PACKING
SEAL RING

BACKUP RING
CONTOURED
PLUG

W8578-1/IL

Figure 7. Design GX Control Valve with Balanced Trim (Port Sizes of 70mm and 90mm Only)

The Design GX Control Valve


The Design GX is a single port, flow-up globe style
valve that offers stem-guided, port-guided, and
balanced trim with a screwed-in seat ring (see table
1 for a description of trim style availability). Each
valve size offers an unbalanced plug design, which
eliminates dead spaces where fluid polymerization
might occur. Sizes DN80 and 100 (3- and 4-inch)
also offer balanced trim to reduce actuator thrust
requirements.
The Design GX incorporates a clamped bonnet and
an easy-to-adjust screwed packing follower (see
figure 2). The plug and stem are a rugged, one-piece
welded assembly.
The standard construction incorporates
metal-to-metal seating, with a PTFE soft seat option

for Class VI shutoff (see figure 5). Class V shutoff is


available with metal trim. Hardened trim with stellite
overlay is available for erosive service, as well.
PTFE V-ring stem packing is standard with the GX.
The live-loaded system provides excellent stem
sealing and extended service life. Live-loaded
graphite ULF packing and extension bonnets are
available for high temperature applications.
Both linear and equal percentage flow
characteristics are available in full port and restricted
trim. Micro-Flowt is available for applications
requiring low flow control capability.
Standard valve body materials are carbon steel and
stainless steel, with alloy materials available for
highly corrosive applications.

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Design GX Control Valve Specifications and Materials of Construction


See tables 1 and 2.

Table 1. Design GX Valve Specifications


Specifications
Valve Body Size
Pressure Rating

EN
DN 15, 20, 25, 40, 50, 80, 100
PN 10 / 16 / 25 / 40 per EN 1092-1

End Connections

Flanged raised face per EN 1092-1


1.0619 steel
1.4409 stainless steel
Hastelloy C (CW2M)
Consistent with EN 558-1

Valve Body/Bonnet
Materials
Face-to-Face Dimensions

Flanged raised face per ASME B16.5


ASME SA216 WCC steel
ASME SA351 CF3M stainless steel
Hastelloy C (CW2M)
Consistent with EN 558-2 (same as ISA S75.03)
Metal seat - Class IV (standard)
Metal seat - Class V (optional)
PTFE seat - Class VI (optional)(1)
Flow-up only

4
Shutoff per IEC 60534
60534-4
and ANSI/FCI 70-2
Flow Direction
Flow Control
Characteristics

Trim Style

ANSI
0.5, 0.75, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, 4-inch
Class 150 / 300 per ASME B16.34

Equal Percentage and Linear


Port Diameters
4.8 mm
9.5, 14, 22 mm
36, 46 mm
70, 90 mm

Trim Style Description


Micro-Flow trim (unbalanced)
Stem-Guided with Contoured Plug (unbalanced)
Port-Guided Plug (unbalanced)
Balanced Trim with Contoured plug (standard) or Unbalanced
Port-Guided Plug (optional)

1. For 4.8 to 14 mm ports, Class VI shutoff is achieved without PTFE seat.

Table 2. Materials (Other Valve Components)


Component

Material

Packing Follower

Nitronic 60 screwed follower

Body/Bonnet
Bolting and Nuts

SA193-B7 studs / SA194-2H nuts with NCF2 coating for carbon steel and stainless steel constructions

Packing

Nitronic 50 (XM19) for alloy (standard) and stainless steel assemblies (optional)
Live-loaded PTFE V-ring (standard) with Inconel 718 Belleville springs
Live-loaded Graphite ULF (optional) with Inconel 718 Belleville springs
Graphite laminate (Graphoil)

Bonnet Gasket

PTFE encapsulated Hastelloy C (optional) Applicable from 46 to 232_C (50 to 450_F)


(May be preferable when the standard graphoil gasket material is not compatible with the process fluid)
Stainless steel, or heat-treated carbon steel valve bodies and bonnets

NACE MR0103
Construction

Nitronic 50 body/bonnet bolting


Standard live-loaded PTFE packing
316L/CoCr-A plug, Nitronic 50 stem, and 316L/CoCr-A seat ring
Carbon-Filled PTFE Seal Ring

Balanced Trim
(Sizes DN 80 and
100 / 3- and
4 I h)
4-Inch)

Nitrile (Standard) 46 to 82_C (50 to 180_F)


Back-up
Back
up Rings

Ethylene Propylene [EPDM] (Optional): 46 to 232_C (50 to 450_F) in steam and hot water;
46 to 121_C (50 to 250_F) in air (EPDM is not recommended for use in hydrocarbons)
Viton [Fluoroelastomer] (Optional): 18 to 204_C (0 to 400_F) (Applicable in a wide variety of solvents,
chemicals, and hydrocarbons. Avoid use with steam, ammonia, or hot water over 82_C [180_F])

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Table 3. Trim Materials for Port Diameters of 4.8 mm (Micro-Flow trim) (Unbalanced Trim)
Valve Body Construction
Carbon steel (1.0619
(
/ WCC))

Stainless steel
(1 4409 / CF3M)
(1.4409
Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Trim Type

Stem

Plug

Seat

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

Ultimetr (R31233)

SA351 CF3M

Hardfaced

316L strain hardened

Ultimet (R31233)

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Ultimet (R31233)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

Ultimet (R31233)

SA351 CF3M

Hardfaced

316L strain hardened

Ultimet (R31233)

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Ultimet (R31233)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Ultimet (R31233)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Table 4. Trim Materials for Port Diameters of 9.5 and 14 mm (Unbalanced Trim)
Valve Body Construction

Trim Type

Stem

Plug

Seat

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Carbon steel to NACE


MR0103 (1.0619 / WCC)

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Stainless steel to NACE


MR0103 (1.4409 / CF3M)

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Carbon steel (1.0619 / WCC)

Stainless steel
(1.4409
(1 4409 / CF3M)

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Table 5. Trim Materials for Port Diameters of 22, 36, 46, 70, and 90 mm (Unbalanced Trim)
Valve Body Construction

Trim Type

Stem

Plug

Seat

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M

Soft seat

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M / PTFE seat

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet seat(2)

Hastelloy C (CW2M) / Ultimet


bore(2)

Soft seat

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet seat(2)

Hastelloy C (CW2M) / PTFE


seat / Ultimet bore(2)

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M

Soft seat

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M / PTFE seat

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet seat(2)

Hastelloy C (CW2M) / Ultimet


bore(2)

Soft seat

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet seat(2)

Hastelloy C (CW2M) / PTFE


seat / Ultimet bore(2)

Carbon steel to NACE


MR0103 (1.0619 / WCC)

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Stainless steel to NACE


MR0103 (1.4409 / CF3M)

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet seat(2)

Hastelloy C (CW2M) / Ultimet


bore(2)

Soft seat

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet seat(2)

Hastelloy C (CW2M) / PTFE


seat / Ultimet bore(2)

Carbon steel (1.0619 / WCC)

Stainless steel (1.4409


(1 4409 /
CF3M)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)(1)

1. Hastelloy C trim is not available in the 70 and 90 mm port sizes with unbalanced trim (see 70 and 90 mm balanced trim).
2. Ultimet material not used on the 22mm seat ring or plug.

Table 6. Trim Materials for Port Diameters of 70 and 90 mm (Balanced Trim)


Valve Body Construction

Trim Type

Stem

Plug

Seat

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Metal to metal

316L strain hardened

316 L (S31603)

SA351 CF3M

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Carbon steel to NACE MR0103


(1.0619 / WCC)

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Stainless steel to NACE


MR0103 (1.4409 / CF3M)

Hardfaced

Nitronic 50

316L / CoCrA seat

SA351 CF3M / CoCrA seat

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Metal to metal

Hastelloy C (N06022)

Hastelloy C (N06022) /
Ultimet guide

Hastelloy C (CW2M)

Carbon steel (1.0619 / WCC)(1)

Stainless steel (1.4409 / CF3M)

1. The bonnet used in the carbon steel balanced trim construction is made of 1.4409/CF3M stainless steel.

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Figure 8. Material Pressure/Temperature Curves


Table 7. Allowable Temperature Ranges for Valve Body, Bonnet and Trim(1, 2)
VALVE BODY /
BONNET
MATERIAL

1 0619/SA216 WCC
1.0619/SA216
Steel

PACKING

Standard

PTFE or
Graphite ULF

Extension

Graphite ULF
PTFE
PTFE

Standard

PTFE or
Graphite ULF

Extension

Graphite ULF
PTFE
PTFE

Standard
Bellows

Bellows

1 4409/SA351
1.4409/SA351
CF3M SST

Bellows
Hastelloy C
(CW2M)

TEMPERATURE

BONNET
STYLE

GASKET

_C

TRIM STYLE

_F

Min

Max

Min

Max

Metal to metal; hard-faced; soft seat

29

232

20

450

Graphoil

Metal to metal; hard-faced

29

371

20

700

Graphoil or PTFE / Hastelloy C

Metal to metal; hard-faced; soft seat

29

232

20

450

Graphoil

Metal to metal; hard-faced

29

371

20

700

Graphoil or PTFE / Hastelloy C

Metal to metal; hard-faced; soft seat

29

232

20

450

Graphoil

Metal to metal; hard-faced

29

371

20

700

Graphoil or PTFE / Hastelloy C

Metal to metal; hard-faced; soft seat

29

232

20

450

Graphoil

Metal to metal; hard-faced

29

371

20

700

PTFE

PTFE / Hastelloy C

Metal to metal; soft seat

29

232

20

450

PTFE

PTFE / Hastelloy C

Metal to metal; soft seat

29

232

20

450

Graphoil or PTFE / Hastelloy C

1. Applies to all bolting combinations.


2. Back-up ring materials used in Sizes DN 80 and 100 (3- and 4-inch) with balanced trim may be limited by temperature and application. See table 2.

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

BELLEVILLE
SPRING PACK
BELLEVILLE
SPRING PACK

PACKING SPACER

PACKING SPACER

ANTI-EXTRUSION
WASHER

PACKING
RINGS

PACKING SET
ANTI-EXTRUSION
WASHER
PACKING
BOX RING

PACKING
BOX RING

E0897/IL

STANDARD BONNET WITH


PTFE PACKING SET

EXTENSION BONNET WITH


GRAPHITE ULF PACKING SET

Figure 9. Design GX Packing

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Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

The Design GX Diaphragm Actuator

The Design GX uses a multi-spring, pneumatic


diaphragm actuator (see figure 10). It is capable of
air supply pressures to 6.0 barg (87 psig), allowing
valve shutoff at high pressure drops.
The Design GX product selection system
automatically matches the actuator to the valve,
eliminating the need for complex actuator sizing
procedures.
The multiple spring design provides the preload,
eliminating the need for bench set adjustment. The
actuator is available in spring-to-open and
spring-to-close configurations (air-to-close and
air-to-open) and is field-reversible.
The GX actuator can be used for throttling or on-off
service, with or without a positioner.

W8487-3/IL

Figure 10. Design GX Actuator

The Design GX is available with the integrated


DVC2000 Series digital valve controller. Other digital
and analog positioners are available, as well as
optional solenoids and limit switches.

Table 8. Actuator Specifications


Pneumatic spring-return diaphragm actuator
Air-to-close (spring-to-open)
Air-to-open (spring-to-close)
3.0 to 6.0 barg (43 to 87 psig)(1)

Description
Operating Principle
Operating Pressure Ranges
Ambient Temperature
Pressure Connection (Air-to-Close Construction)
Finish

29 to 82_C (20 to 180_F)


G 1/4 female casing connection
Powder coat polyester

1. May vary depending on construction (see bulletin 51.1:GX(S1))

Table 9. Materials of Construction


Upper and Lower Casings

Part

Material
AISI G10100 stamped carbon steel

Springs
Diaphragm

Steel
Nitrile and nylon

Diaphragm Plate
Yoke
Casing Fasteners

AISI G10100 stamped carbon steel


SA216 WCC carbon steel
A2-70 stainless steel bolts and nuts

Actuator Rod
Stem Connector

Stainless steel
CF3M

Stem Connector Fasteners


Stem Bushing

SA193-B7 bolts with NCF2 coating


High-density polyethylene (HDPE)

Stem Seal

Nitrile

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Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Actuator Selection
With the Design GX, actuator selection has never
been easier. Once the valve size and port diameter
have been determined, the actuator is automatically
selected. No spring selection or bench set
calculations are required.
The following tables provide the maximum allowable

pressure drops for the Design GX (see tables 10 and


11). The majority of GX constructions (both
air-to-open and air-to-close) are rated to a full
pressure class shutoff capability of 51.7 bar (750 psi)
for a 4 to 6 bar (58 to 87 psig) actuator air supply.
(For Hastelloy C trim or actuator air supply
pressures of less than 4 bar (58 psig), refer to Fisher
bulletin 51.1:GX (S1) for additional information.)

Table 10. Actuator Pressure Drop Capability For 316L Trim (with 316L or Nitronic 50 stem) in Standard, Extension, and Bellows
Bonnet Constructions with 4-6 bar (58-87 psi) Actuator Air Supply(1, 2, 3)
PORT SIZE
VALVE SIZE
TRIM STYLE
SHUTOFF CAPABILITY
(mm)
DN15 to DN100 (0.5 to 4 Inch)

4.8 to 46

Unbalanced

Full Pressure Class nP(4)

DN80 to DN100 (3 to 4 Inch)


DN80 to DN100 (3 to 4 Inch)

70 to 90

Balanced

70 to 90

Unbalanced

Full Pressure Class nP(4)


See table 11

1. For both air-to-open and air-to-close constructions. Some air-to-close actuator air supply restrictions exist. See Fisher bulletin 51.1:GX (S1) for additional information.
2. For Hastelloy C trim or supply pressures less than 4 bar (58 psi), see Fisher bulletin 51.1:GX (S1) for additional information.
3. Applies to both PTFE and Graphite ULF packing.
4. Actuator is capable to 51.7 bar (750 psi) pressure drop. Some air-to-close actuator air supply restrictions exist. See Fisher bulletin 51.1:GX (S1) for additional information.

Table 11. Size 1200 Actuator Pressure Drop Capability For Unbalanced 316L Trim (with 316L or Nitronic 50 stem) in Standard and
Extension Bonnet Constructions at 4-6 bar (58-87 psi) Supply(1)
MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE PRESSURE DROP
Air-toOpen

Port Size
Valve Size

Bonnet Style

Packing
mm

DN80 /
3 Inch

Standard

70

70
DN100 /
4 Inch

Standard
90

DN80 /
3 Inch

Extension

70

70
DN100 /
4 Inch

Extension
90

Air-to-Close

3-6 bar
(44-87 psi)

4 bar
(58 psi)

5 bar
(73 psi)

6 bar
(87 psi)

Bar
(psi)

Bar
(psi)

Bar
(psi)

Bar
(psi)

Graphite
ULF

32.6
(472)

51.7
(750)

---

PTFE

33.1
(480)

51.7
(750)

---

Graphite
ULF

32.6
(472)

51.7
(750)

---

PTFE

33.1
(480)

51.7
(750)

---

Graphite
ULF

19.7
(286)

28.5
(414)

51.7
(750)

---

PTFE

20.0
(290)

28.8
(418)

51.7
(750)

---

Graphite
ULF

32.6
(472)

51.7
(750)

---

---

PTFE

33.1
(480)

51.7
(750)

---

---

Graphite
ULF

32.6
(472)

51.7
(750)

---

---

PTFE

33.1
(480)

51.7
(750)

---

---

Graphite
ULF

19.7
(286)

28.5
(414)

---

---

32.1 bar @ 4.2 bar supply max


(466 psi @ 61 psi supply max)

PTFE

20.0
(290)

28.8
(418)

---

---

32.5 bar @ 4.2 bar supply max


(471 psi @ 61 psi supply max)

1. For Hastelloy C trim or supply pressures less than 4 bar (58 psi), see Fisher bulletin 51.1:GX (S1) additional information.

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Maximum Pressure Drop @


Maximum Actuator Supply
Pressure

51.7 bar @ 5.6 bar supply max


(750 psi @ 81 psi supply max)

51.7 bar @ 5.6 bar supply max


(750 psi @ 81 psi supply max)

51.7 bar @ 5.6 bar supply max


(750 psi @ 81 psi supply max)

51.7 bar @ 4.2 bar supply max


(750 psi @ 61 psi supply max)

51.7 bar @ 4.2 bar supply max


(750 psi @ 61 psi supply max)

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Bellows Extension Bonnet

The mechanically-formed metal bellows provides


high operating reliability and extended cycle life (see
tables 14, 15, and 16 for details).

The Design GX bellows extension bonnet provides


reliable and tight stem sealing for those applications
where emissions escaping to the environment
cannot be tolerated (see figure 11). The GX bellows
is available in SST (1.4571 / 316Ti) or Hastelloy
C276 and covers a full range of valve sizes (see
tables 12 and 13).

The GX bellows design incorporates a rugged


double- or triple-wall construction for added security.
Each bellows has been tested with helium before it
leaves the factory.

The GX bellows system has been designed


for 100,000 full-travel cycles at maximum
allowable pressure and ambient temperature
(20_C [68_F]).

The GX bellows bonnet comes standard with a


live-loaded, PTFE packing system as a security
backup. A connection is provided above the bellows
to allow purging or monitoring the integrity of the
replaceable bellows.

PACKING
FOLLOWER
BONNET
LIVE-LOADED
PTFE PACKING
PURGE /
MONITORING
CONNECTION
BELLOWS NUT

Bellows Selection Process


Follow this process to assist in selecting
the appropriate bellows for the application.
Step 1
Size and select the Design GX control valve that
is appropriate for the application. This will
identify the:
S Valve body size
S Actuator size
S Orifice size
STrim style (balanced or unbalanced)
S Valve body material

BELLOWS
GASKET
BELLOWS/STEM
ASSEMBLY
EXTENSION
BONNET
BUSHING

Step 2
Confirm bellows availability from table 12.

Step 3
Using table 13. select the bellows material
combination that is appropriate for the
application. Using the temperature limits shown
in table 7, confirm the selected construction is
appropriate for the application temperatures.

BODY/BONNET
GASKET

Step 4

VALVE PLUG

Using table 10 or bulletin 51.1:GX(S1), verify the


application pressure drop does not exceed the
actuator capability.

Step 5
W8958-1

Using figure 12, check to ensure the maximum


process pressure and temperature do not exceed
the pressure-temperature rating of the selected
bellows.

Figure 11. Design GX Bellows Bonnet and Selection Process

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Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Table 12. GX Constructions with Bellows Availability
VALVE BODY SIZES

PORT SIZE
(mm)

ACTUATOR SIZES

PLUG TRAVEL

TRIM STYLE

DN15-50
(0.5 to 2-Inch)

4.8 to 46

225 and 750

20 mm

Unbalanced

DN80
(3-Inch)

36 to 46

750

20 mm

Unbalanced

70

750

20 mm

Balanced

DN100
(4-Inch)

46

750

20 mm

Unbalanced

90

750

20 mm

Balanced

Table 13. Bellows Extension Materials of Construction


Valve Body /
Extension
Bonnet

Carbon Steel
(1.0619/WCC)

Stainless Steel
(1.4409/CF3M)

Hastelloy C
(CW2M)

Trim Materials

Bellow
Stem
Extension

Bolting

Packing

Gaskets

Lower Bushing

Monitoring
Connection
Plug

Plug

Stem
Material

SST
(1.4571/316Ti)

316L

316L

316L

SA193-B7
with NCF2
coating

Live-loaded
PTFE

Graphite
laminate

316L with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

316L

Hastelloy
C276

316L

316L

316L

SA193-B7
with NCF2
coating

Live-loaded
PTFE

Graphite
laminate

316L with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

316L

Hastelloy
C276

Hastelloy
C22

Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C

Nitronic 50
(XM-19)

Live-loaded
PTFE

PTFE
encapsulated
Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

Hastelloy
C276

SST
(1.4571/316Ti)

316L

316L

316L

Nitronic 50
(XM-19)

Live-loaded
PTFE

Graphite
laminate

316L with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

316L

Hastelloy
C276

316L

316L

316L

Nitronic 50
(XM-19)

Live-loaded
PTFE

Graphite
laminate

316L with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

316L

Hastelloy
C276

Hastelloy
C22

Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C

Nitronic 50
(XM-19)

Live-loaded
PTFE

PTFE
encapsulated
Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

Hastelloy
C276

Hastelloy
C276

Hastelloy
C22

Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C

Nitronic 50
(XM-19)

Live-loaded
PTFE

PTFE
encapsulated
Hastelloy C

Hastelloy C with
Ultimet
(R31233) insert

Hastelloy
C276

Bellows

For bellows height dimensions, see table 18.

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Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Cycle Life
Bellows service life is affected by several factors, including process pressure, temperature, and plug travel.
Tables 14, 15, 16, and 17 provide estimates of cycle life for several cases.
Table 14. Estimated Bellows Cycle Life at 10.3 bar (150 psig) and 20_C (68_F)
VALVE SIZE

STEM
SIZE

DN15-50
DN15
50
(0.5 to 2-Inch)

10mm

DN80 100
DN80-100
(3 to 4-Inch)

14mm

BELLOWS
MATERIAL

PLYS

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

BELLOWS
PRESSURE
10.3 bar
(150 psig)
10.3 bar
(150 psig)
10.3 bar
(150 psig)
10.3 bar
(150 psig)

PROCESS
TEMPERATURE

ESTIMATED CYCLE LIFE


(50% Stroke [25-75%
[25 75% travel])

_C

_F

20

68

1,040,000

20

68

910,000

20

68

1,020,000

20

68

980,000

Table 15. Estimated Bellows Cycle Life at Bellows Maximum Allowable Pressure and 20_C (68_F)
VALVE SIZE

STEM
SIZE

DN15 50
DN15-50
(0.5 to 2-Inch)

10mm

DN80 100
DN80-100
(3 to 4-Inch)

14mm

BELLOWS
MATERIAL

PLYS

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

MAXIMUM
ALLOWABLE
BELLOWS
PRESSURE(1)
40 bar
(580 psig)
51.7 bar
(750 psig)
45 bar
(650 psig)
51.7 bar
(750 psig)

PROCESS
TEMPERATURE

ESTIMATED CYCLE LIFE


(50% Stroke [25-75%
[25 75% travel])

_C

_F

20

68

830,000

20

68

800,000

20

68

800,000

20

68

810,000

1. Valve maximum allowable pressure drop may be limited by size and material. See GX bulletin 51.1:GX(S1) for additional information.

Table 16. Estimated Bellows Cycle Life at Bellows Maximum Allowable Pressure and 232_C (450_F)
VALVE SIZE

STEM
SIZE

DN15 50
DN15-50
(0.5 to 2-Inch)

10mm

DN80 100
DN80-100
(3 to 4-Inch)

14mm

BELLOWS
MATERIAL

PLYS

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

MAXIMUM
ALLOWABLE
BELLOWS
PRESSURE(1)
29.8 bar
(430 psig)
47.2 bar
(685 psig)
33.5 bar
(485 psig)
47.2 bar
(685 psig)

PROCESS
TEMPERATURE

ESTIMATED CYCLE LIFE


(50% Stroke [25-75%
[25 75% travel])

_C

_F

232

450

410,000

232

450

560,000

232

450

390,000

232

450

550,000

1. Valve maximum allowable pressure drop may be limited by size and material. See GX bulletin 51.1:GX(S1) for additional information.

Table 17. Estimated Bellows Cycle Life at Bellows Maximum Allowable Pressure and 371_C (700_F)
VALVE SIZE

STEM
SIZE

DN15 50
DN15-50
(0.5 to 2-Inch)

10mm

DN80-100
DN80
100
(3 to 4-Inch)

14mm

BELLOWS
MATERIAL

PLYS

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

1.4571 (316Ti)

Hastelloy C276

MAXIMUM
ALLOWABLE
BELLOWS
PRESSURE
26.1 bar
(380 psig)
39.3 bar
(570 psig)
29.3 bar
(425 psig)
39.3 bar
(570 psig)

PROCESS
TEMPERATURE

ESTIMATED CYCLE LIFE


(50% Stroke [25-75%
[25 75% travel])

_C

_F

371

700

250,000

371

700

430,000

371

700

240,000

371

700

430,000

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GX Control Valve and Actuator

Bellows Pressure - Temperature Ratings


See figure 12.

Figure 12. Bellows Pressure - Temperature Ratings

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Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Valve-Actuator Dimensions and Weights


See figure 13 and table 18.

AR
E

A/2

GE03755_4_3

Figure 13. Design GX Dimensions (also see table 18)


Table 18. Design GX Dimensions and Weights
A
VALVE
SIZE

PORT
DIA

ACTUATOR
SIZE

mm

PN10 PN40

ANSI
Class
150

ANSI
Class
300

Std
Bonnet

Extension
or
Bellows
Bonnet

TOTAL WEIGHT

Actuator
Height
(Standard
Bonnet)

Actuator
Height
(Extension
or Bellows
Bonnet)

E
Casing
Dia

F (AR)
Removal
Height(3)

With
Standard
Bonnet

With
Extension
or Bellows
Bonnet

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

kg

kg

DN 15/
0.5 Inch

4.8
9.5

225
225

130
130

184
184

190
190

66
66

304
304

313
313

313
313

270
270

115
115

21
21

25
25

DN 20/
0.75 Inch

4.8
9.5
14

225
225
225

150
150
150

184
184
184

194
194
194

66
66
66

304
304
304

313
313
313

313
313
313

270
270
270

115
115
115

22
22
22

26
26
26

DN 25/
1-Inch

4.8
9.5
14
22

225
225
225
225

160
160
160
160

184
184
184
184

197
197
197
197

58
58
58
58

296
296
296
296

313
313
313
313

313
313
313
313

270
270
270
270

115
115
115
115

22
22
22
22

26
26
26
26

DN 40/
1.5 Inch

14
22
36

225
225
750

200
200
200

222
222
222

235
235
235

62
62
62

300
300
300

313
313
342

313
313
342

270
270
430

115
115
115

25
25
52

29
29
56

DN 50/
2-Inch

22
36
46

225
750
750

230
230
230

254
254
254

267
267
267

68
68
68

306
306
306

313
342
342

313
342
342

270
430
430

115
115
115

29
56
56

33
60
60

DN 80/
3-Inch

36
46
70(1)
70

750
750
750
1200

310
310
310
310

298
298
298
298

318
318
318
318

105
105
105
105

373
373
373(4)
373

375
375
375
458

375
375
375
458

430
430
430
566

125
125
125
125

79
79
81
131

88
88
NA(4)
140

DN 100/
4-Inch

46
70
90(2)
90(1)
90

750
1200
750
750
1200

350
350
350
350
350

352
352
352
352
352

368
368
368
368
368

121
121
121
121
121

393
393
393(4)
393(4)
393

379
462
379
379
462

375
458
375
375
458

430
566
430
430
566

130
130
130
130
130

98
150
105
105
150

109
161
NA(4)
NA(4)
161

1. Balanced trim design.


2. Balanced trim with reduced-capacity plug.
3. Clearance required for removing actuator from installed valve body.
4. Bellows bonnets are available for these constructions. However, extension bonnets are not available with balanced trim due to temperature limitations of the trim seals.

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Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Table 19. Positioner Selection Guidelines

Type
DVC2000
DVC6030
3582i
3661
3660

Digital I/P(1)

I/P(2)

Intrinsic
Safety(4)
X
X
X
X

P/P(3)

X
X
X
X

Flameproof /
Non- Incendive(4)
Explosionproof (4)
X
X
X
X
X
X

1. Digital I/P - microprocessor based electro-pneumatic with HART communication.


2. I/P - electro-pneumatic
3. P/P - pneumatic
4. Refer to Fisher bulletins 9.2:001 and 9.2:002 for instrument hazardous area classification details.

Design GX Actuator Accessories


The Design GX is available with a variety of
pneumatic (P/P), electro-pneumatic (I/P), and digital
valve positioners, as well as limit switches and
solenoids. Table 19 provides the basic features of
the positioners offered with the Design GX actuator.

W8755

The FIELDVUE DVC2000 Series Digital


Valve Controller
The DVC2000 Series digital valve controller (figure
14) is simple to use, compact, and designed for the
GX control valve. It converts a 4-20mA input signal
into a pneumatic output signal, which feeds the
control valve actuator. Instrument setup is performed
with a pushbutton and liquid crystal display (LCD)
interface. This interface is protected from the
environment within an IP66 enclosure. Multiple
languages are supported with the local interface
including German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese,
Japanese, and English. Additionally, HARTr
communication is supported over the 4-20mA loop
wiring.
The DVC2000 is designed to be integrally mounted
to the Design GX actuator, avoiding the need for
mounting brackets. The DVC2000 mounts directly to
an interface pad on the actuator yoke leg with a
secure 3-point mounting. An internal passage inside
the yoke leg transmits the pneumatic signal to the
actuator casing, eliminating the need for external
tubing (in the air-to-open configuration).

18

Figure 14. FIELDVUE DVC2000 Series Digital Valve


Controller

The high-performance linkage-less position


feedback system eliminates physical contact
between the valve stem and the positioner. There
are no wearing parts so cycle life is maximized.
Additionally, the elimination of levers and linkages
reduces the number of mounting parts and the
mounting complexity. Positioner replacement and
maintenance is simplified because the feedback
parts stay connected to the actuator.
The DVC2000 Series is available with an optional
module which includes two (2) integral limit switches
and a stem position transmitter. The limit switches
are configurable for open and closed valve
indication. The position transmitter provides a
4-20mA signal for valve position feedback
verification. As an integral component to the
instrument, this option module avoids the need for
difficult-to-mount external switches and transmitters.
Designed to meet intrinsic safety and non-incendive
requirements, this instrument delivers scalable
functionality and high performance in a small
package.

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Optional Positioners and Instruments


Type 3660 and 3661 Valve Positioners
The Type 3660 pneumatic and 3661
electro-pneumatic positioners are rugged, accurate,
and feature low steady-state air consumption.
Designed to meet intrinsic safety requirements,
these positioners offer simple functionality in a small
package. (See figure 15 and table 19.)

Type DVC6030 Digital Valve Controller


The Type DVC6030 digital valve controller is a
communicating, microprocessor-based positioner.
Using HART or FOUNDATIONr fieldbus
communication protocol, access to critical
instrument, valve, and process conditions is
provided. When used with AMS ValveLinkr
Software, valve diagnostic tests can be run while the
valve is in service to advise you of the performance
of the entire control valve assembly. Designed to
meet a broad range of hazardous area
classifications, this positioner offers maximum
functionality to improve your process performance.
(See figure 16 and table 19.)

W8590/IL

Figure 15. Design GX Valve with Type 3660 or 3661


Positioner, NAMUR Mounting (IEC 60534-6-1)

W7963-1/IL

Figure 16. Type DVC6030

Type 3582i Valve Positioner


The Type 3582i electro-pneumatic positioner is
accurate and efficient. It is a robust design that
demonstrates fast response to input signal changes.
This positioner proves highly-resistant to the
vibration that is prevalent throughout most process
plants. Designed to meet flameproof and
explosionproof requirements, this positioner
combines simple functionality with high performance.
(See figure 17 and table 19.)

W5502-2/IL

Figure 17. Type 3582i

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Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Manual Handwheels
The Design GX is available with an optional,
side-mounted manual handwheel (see figure 18).
These handwheels provide a robust method of
manually operating the valve in an emergency or
upon loss of instrument air.
The GX handwheel will stroke the valve up to 20mm
travel, and is available on the size 225 and 750

actuators. Dimensions are provided in figure 19 and


table 20.
When mounted to an air-to-close (spring-to-open)
actuator, rotating the handwheel clockwise moves
the stem downwards. When mounted to an
air-to-open (spring-to-close) actuator, turning the
handwheel in the clockwise direction causes the
stem to move upwards. Disengagement of the
handwheel to allow automatic operation is
accomplished by simply rewinding the handwheel.

W9025

Figure 18. Design GX Control Valve and Actuator System with Manual Handwheel

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December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

B

C1
B
C2
A1
A2
A1
A2
E0975

Figure 19. Design GX with Handwheel Dimensions (also see table 20)
Table 20. Design GX with Handwheel Dimensions and Weights
VALVE SIZE
EN

ANSI
Inches

ACTUATOR
SIZE

VALVE
TRAVEL

HANDWHEEL
WEIGHT

A1

A2

C1(1)

C2(2)

mm

kg

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

DN 15

0.5

225

20

5.6

215

242

223

159

60

DN 20

0.75

225

20

5.6

215

242

223

159

60

DN 25

225

20

5.6

215

242

223

159

60

DN 40

1.5

225
750

20
20

5.6
12.2

215
293

242
317

223
356

159
159

60
60

DN 50

225
750

20
20

5.6
12.2

215
293

242
317

223
356

159
159

60
60

DN 80

750

20

12.2

293

317

356

169

70

DN 100

750

20

12.2

293

317

356

173

74

1. C1 is Air-to-Open, Spring-to-Close.
2. C2 is Air-to-Close, Spring-to-Open.

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51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Coefficients
Table 21. Design GX, Equal Percentage Valve Plug, Flow Up Through the Port

Equal Percentage - Flow Up


Valve
Size

Port
Maximum
Diameter
Travel
mm
mm

95
9.5

20

DN 15 (0.5
(0 5 Inch)
9 5(2)
9.5

14

DN 20 (0.75
(0 75 Inch)

95
9.5

9.5
9
5(2)

20

20

20

20

Equal Percentage
Characteristic

Flow
Coefficient

10

20

30

40

50

Cv

0.133

0.222

0.347

0.501

Kv

0.115

0.192

0.300

0.433

XT

0.77

0.68

0.65

Fd

0.11

0.13

Valve OpeningPercent of Total Travel


70

80

90

100

0.699

1.04

1.50

2.15

2.98

3.57

0.95

0.605

0.900

1.29

1.86

2.58

3.09

---

0.61

0.55

0.55

0.58

0.55

0.59

0.68

---

0.16

0.19

0.22

0.28

0.34

0.44

0.58

0.80

---

Cv

0.0613 0.0838

0.131

0.184

0.269

0.375

0.543

0.750

1.05

1.51

0.95

Kv

0.0530 0.0724

0.113

0.159

0.233

0.324

0.470

0.649

0.912

1.31

---

XT

1.0

0.89

0.75

0.68

0.64

0.62

0.60

0.58

0.58

0.54

---

Fd

0.09

0.09

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.14

0.20

0.24

0.28

0.35

---

Cv

0.139

0.186

0.315

0.511

0.776

1.23

1.97

3.28

5.35

6.89

0.97

Kv

0.120

0.161

0.272

0.442

0.671

1.07

1.70

2.84

4.63

5.96

---

XT

0.78

0.71

0.59

0.59

0.58

0.51

0.57

0.51

0.67

0.81

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.16

0.20

0.26

0.33

0.47

0.59

---

Cv

0.133

0.222

0.347

0.501

0.699

1.04

1.50

2.15

2.98

3.57

0.95

Kv

0.115

0.192

0.300

0.433

0.605

0.900

1.29

1.86

2.58

3.09

---

XT

0.77

0.68

0.65

0.61

0.55

0.55

0.58

0.55

0.59

0.68

---

Fd

0.11

0.13

0.16

0.19

0.22

0.28

0.34

0.44

0.58

0.80

---

Cv

0.0613 0.0838

0.131

0.184

0.269

0.375

0.543

0.750

1.05

1.51

0.95

Kv

0.0530 0.0724

0.113

0.159

0.233

0.324

0.470

0.649

0.912

1.31

---

XT

1.0

0.89

0.75

0.68

0.64

0.62

0.60

0.58

0.58

0.54

---

Fd

0.09

0.09

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.14

0.20

0.24

0.28

0.35

---

1. At 100% travel.
2. Restricted trim.
3. Balanced trim.
4. Balanced, restricted trim.
-continued-

22

FL((1))

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51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Table 21. Design GX, Equal Percentage Valve Plug, Flow Up Through the Port (continued)

Equal Percentage - Flow Up


Valve
Size

Port
Maximum
Diameter
Travel
mm
mm

22

14

20

20

DN 25 (1-Inch)
(1 Inch)
95
9.5

9 5(2)
9.5

36

(1 5 Inch)
DN 40 (1.5

22

14

46

DN 50 (2-Inch)
(2 Inch)

36

22

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

Equal Percentage
Characteristic

Flow
Coefficient

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

Cv

0.673

0.937

1.32

1.89

2.25

3.13

5.05

7.39

10.5

13.7

0.93

Kv

0.582

0.810

1.14

1.63

1.94

2.71

4.36

6.39

9.05

11.9

---

XT

0.61

0.59

0.58

0.57

0.74

0.82

0.64

0.58

0.68

0.77

---

Fd

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.15

0.18

0.21

0.25

0.31

0.39

0.49

---

Cv

0.139

0.186

0.315

0.511

0.776

1.23

1.97

3.28

5.35

6.89

0.97

Kv

0.120

0.161

0.272

0.442

0.671

1.07

1.70

2.84

4.63

5.96

---

XT

0.78

0.71

0.59

0.59

0.58

0.51

0.57

0.51

0.67

0.81

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.16

0.20

0.26

0.33

0.47

0.59

---

Cv

0.133

0.222

0.347

0.501

0.699

1.04

1.50

2.15

2.98

3.57

0.95

Kv

0.115

0.192

0.300

0.433

0.605

0.900

1.29

1.86

2.58

3.09

---

XT

0.77

0.68

0.65

0.61

0.55

0.55

0.58

0.55

0.59

0.68

---

Fd

0.11

0.13

0.16

0.19

0.22

0.28

0.34

0.44

0.58

0.80

---

Valve OpeningPercent of Total Travel

FL((1))

Cv

0.0613 0.0838

0.131

0.184

0.269

0.375

0.543

0.750

1.05

1.51

0.95

Kv

0.0530 0.0724

0.113

0.159

0.233

0.324

0.470

0.649

0.912

1.31

---

XT

1.0

0.89

0.75

0.68

0.64

0.62

0.60

0.58

0.58

0.54

---

Fd

0.09

0.09

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.14

0.20

0.24

0.28

0.35

---

Cv

1.01

1.91

2.74

4.24

6.13

8.25

11.5

16.7

22.0

27.2

0.94

Kv

0.874

1.65

2.37

3.67

5.30

7.14

9.95

14.4

19.0

23.5

---

XT

0.87

0.93

0.91

0.80

0.89

0.86

0.76

0.79

0.82

0.78

---

Fd

0.64

0.80

0.87

0.54

0.55

0.50

0.41

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

0.591

0.850

1.20

1.79

2.51

3.50

4.93

7.07

11.0

14.3

0.93

Kv

0.511

0.735

1.04

1.55

2.17

3.03

4.26

6.12

9.52

12.4

---

XT

0.53

0.51

0.53

0.45

0.45

0.49

0.42

0.47

0.57

0.71

---

Fd

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.15

0.18

0.21

0.25

0.31

0.39

0.49

---

Cv

0.103

0.141

0.254

0.440

0.689

1.11

1.84

3.12

5.12

6.87

0.97

Kv

0.0891

0.122

0.220

0.381

0.596

0.960

1.59

2.70

4.43

5.94

---

XT

1.00

0.80

0.68

0.67

0.60

0.54

0.55

0.52

0.64

0.77

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.16

0.20

0.26

0.33

0.47

0.59

---

Cv

1.08

1.75

3.75

6.04

9.5

14.9

21.8

30.9

37.7

43.7

0.91

Kv

0.931

1.51

3.24

5.22

8.20

12.9

18.9

26.7

32.6

37.8

---

XT

0.73

0.70

0.79

0.81

0.78

0.81

0.76

0.71

0.82

0.85

---

Fd

0.70

0.84

0.47

0.48

0.40

0.36

0.37

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

1.08

2.01

2.80

4.26

6.31

8.38

11.6

17.2

23.1

28.6

0.93

Kv

0.931

1.74

2.42

3.69

5.45

7.25

10.0

14.9

20.0

24.7

---

XT

0.71

0.79

0.86

0.81

0.79

0.79

0.73

0.69

0.75

0.75

---

Fd

0.64

0.80

0.87

0.54

0.55

0.50

0.41

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

0.601

0.869

1.23

1.77

2.50

3.46

4.49

6.62

10.2

13.5

0.96

Kv

0.519

0.752

1.06

1.53

2.17

2.99

3.88

5.73

8.80

11.7

---

XT

0.71

0.68

0.61

0.62

0.60

0.60

0.57

0.45

0.60

0.71

---

Fd

0.09

0.11

0.13

0.15

0.18

0.21

0.25

0.31

0.39

0.49

---

1. At 100% travel.
2. Restricted trim.
3. Balanced trim.
4. Balanced, restricted trim.
-continued-

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Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Table 21. Design GX, Equal Percentage Valve Plug, Flow Up Through the Port (continued)

Equal Percentage - Flow Up


Valve
Size

Port
Maximum
Diameter
Travel
mm

70

70(3)

mm

40

20

DN 80
((3-Inch))
46

36

90

90(3)

DN 100
(
(4-Inch)
)

90(4)

70

46

1. At 100% travel.
2. Restricted trim.
3. Balanced trim.
4. Balanced, restricted trim.

24

20

20

40

20

20

40

20

Equal Percentage
Characteristic

Flow
Coefficient
Cv

10

20

2.38

Kv

2.06

XT

Valve OpeningPercent of Total Travel

FL((1))

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

6.92

11.5

16.4

22.4

31.9

46.5

63.6

80.6

95.1

0.94

5.99

9.95

14.2

19.4

27.6

40.2

55.0

69.7

82.3

---

0.83

0.81

0.85

0.83

0.80

0.76

0.72

0.75

0.77

0.80

---

Fd

0.82

0.50

0.53

0.53

0.47

0.42

0.40

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

2.71

4.63

7.60

11.3

17.1

23.7

35.3

50.4

61.6

75.7

0.89

Kv

2.34

4.00

6.57

9.79

14.7

20.5

30.5

43.6

53.3

65.5

---

XT

0.54

0.50

0.49

0.51

0.51

0.57

0.51

0.50

0.64

0.68

---

Fd

0.06

0.07

0.10

0.12

0.15

0.18

0.22

0.26

0.30

0.34

---

Cv

0.873

1.66

3.41

5.66

8.75

13.8

20.7

30.5

37.1

43.7

0.97

Kv

0.755

1.44

2.95

4.90

7.57

11.9

17.9

26.4

32.1

37.8

---

XT

0.75

0.82

0.75

0.82

0.77

0.73

0.78

0.70

0.85

0.88

---

Fd

0.70

0.84

0.47

0.48

0.40

0.36

0.37

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

0.799

1.78

2.65

4.01

6.02

7.61

10.8

16.3

23.4

27.5

0.96

Kv

0.691

1.54

2.29

3.47

5.21

6.58

9.32

14.1

20.3

23.8

---

XT

0.84

0.86

0.88

0.84

0.83

0.88

0.79

0.72

0.76

0.85

---

Fd

0.64

0.80

0.87

0.54

0.55

0.50

0.41

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

5.56

13.6

21.1

29.1

40.8

55.8

77.5

117

145

165

0.90

Kv

4.81

11.7

18.3

25.1

35.3

48.3

67.0

101

126

143

---

XT

0.93

0.93

0.94

0.90

0.85

0.82

0.82

0.75

0.78

0.80

---

Fd

0.39

0.49

0.52

0.48

0.45

0.44

0.33

0.36

0.39

0.41

---

Cv

5.88

9.43

13.1

17.5

27.3

42.4

63.4

85.5

107

128

0.87

Kv

5.09

8.16

11.3

15.1

23.6

36.7

54.8

74.0

92.6

111

---

XT

0.55

0.54

0.54

0.55

0.43

0.52

0.57

0.58

0.63

0.67

---

Fd

0.07

0.08

0.10

0.11

0.13

0.18

0.22

0.26

0.30

0.34

---

Cv

2.38

3.65

5.64

8.42

12.0

17.4

24.8

36.7

53.0

68.5

0.90

Kv

2.06

3.16

4.88

7.28

10.4

15.1

21.5

31.7

45.8

59.3

---

XT

0.68

0.61

0.57

0.55

0.55

0.55

0.56

0.48

0.50

0.58

---

Fd

0.04

0.05

0.06

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.14

0.16

0.20

0.24

---

Cv

2.04

5.78

10.6

15.3

20.8

29.8

43.3

61.9

80.6

97.9

0.92

Kv

1.76

5.00

9.17

13.2

18.0

25.8

37.5

53.5

69.7

84.5

---

XT

0.79

0.83

0.85

0.85

0.82

0.77

0.73

0.73

0.75

0.76

---

Fd

0.82

0.50

0.53

0.53

0.47

0.42

0.40

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

Cv

1.02

1.76

3.58

5.76

8.85

14.1

21.4

30.6

37.9

44.0

0.94

Kv

0.88

1.52

3.10

4.98

7.66

12.2

18.5

26.5

32.8

38.1

---

XT

0.69

0.77

0.68

0.81

0.76

0.71

0.72

0.67

0.75

0.79

---

Fd

0.70

0.84

0.47

0.48

0.40

0.36

0.37

0.40

0.43

0.45

---

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December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Table 22. Design GX, Linear Valve Plug, Flow Up Through the Port

Linear - Flow Up
Valve
Size

Port
Maximum
Diameter
Travel
mm

95
9.5

4.8
4
8(4)

DN 15
((0.5 Inch))

4.8
4
8(4)

4 8(4)
4.8

4.8
4
8(4)

14

95
9.5

4 8(4)
4.8

mm

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

DN 20
(0 75
(0.75
Inch)
4.8
4
8(4)

4.8
4
8(4)

4 8(4)
4.8

20

20

20

Linear
Characteristic
Flow
Coefficient

10

20

30

Cv

0.187

0.453

Kv

0.161

0.392

XT

0.59

Fd

Valve OpeningPercent of Total Travel

FL((1))

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

0.769

1.10

1.42

1.79

2.22

2.73

3.29

3.70

0.94

0.665

0.952

1.23

1.55

1.92

2.36

2.85

3.20

---

0.56

0.55

0.53

0.58

0.57

0.60

0.58

0.63

0.63

---

0.12

0.18

0.24

0.29

0.34

0.39

0.45

0.53

0.65

0.80

---

Cv

0.0350

0.0805

0.140

0.210

0.291

0.371

0.455

0.539

0.627

0.700

0.94

Kv

0.0303

0.0696

0.121

0.182

0.251

0.321

0.394

0.466

0.542

0.606

---

XT

0.56

0.55

0.56

0.57

0.57

0.56

0.58

0.57

0.58

0.57

---

Fd

0.10

0.15

0.19

0.24

0.29

0.33

0.38

0.42

0.47

0.51

---

Cv

0.0356

0.0524

0.0736

0.0984

0.127

0.158

0.191

0.224

0.257

0.294

0.93

Kv

0.0308

0.0453

0.0637

0.0851

0.110

0.137

0.165

0.194

0.222

0.254

---

XT

0.55

0.54

0.57

0.58

0.57

0.55

0.55

0.56

0.57

0.55

---

Fd

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.15

0.17

0.19

0.22

0.24

0.26

0.28

---

Cv

0.0437

0.0512

0.0597

0.0694

0.0806

0.0929

0.105

0.116

0.126

0.139

0.86

Kv

0.0378

0.0443

0.0516

0.0600

0.0697

0.0804

0.0908

0.100

0.109

0.120

---

XT

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.53

0.54

0.56

0.57

0.56

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.12

0.13

0.14

0.15

0.16

0.17

---

Cv

0.0037

0.0055

0.0085

0.0121

0.0163

0.0205

0.0246

0.0284

0.0326

0.0389

0.97

Kv

0.0032

0.0047

0.0073

0.0105

0.0141

0.0177

0.0213

0.0246

0.0282

0.0337

---

XT

1.00

0.94

0.81

0.76

0.68

0.64

0.60

0.59

0.60

0.58

---

Fd

0.05

0.06

0.06

0.07

0.07

0.08

0.09

0.09

0.10

0.11

---

Cv

0.685

1.46

2.28

3.05

3.81

4.56

5.42

6.34

7.21

7.80

0.96

Kv

0.592

1.26

1.97

2.64

3.29

3.95

4.69

5.48

6.24

6.75

---

XT

0.73

0.64

0.62

0.60

0.59

0.59

0.60

0.63

0.67

0.66

---

Fd

0.16

0.24

0.30

0.35

0.39

0.45

0.52

0.60

0.71

0.79

---

Cv

0.187

0.453

0.769

1.10

1.42

1.79

2.22

2.73

3.29

3.70

0.94

Kv

0.161

0.392

0.665

0.952

1.23

1.55

1.92

2.36

2.85

3.20

---

XT

0.59

0.56

0.55

0.53

0.58

0.57

0.60

0.58

0.63

0.63

---

Fd

0.12

0.18

0.24

0.29

0.34

0.39

0.45

0.53

0.65

0.80

---

Cv

0.0350

0.0805

0.140

0.210

0.291

0.371

0.455

0.539

0.627

0.700

0.94

Kv

0.0303

0.0696

0.121

0.182

0.251

0.321

0.394

0.466

0.542

0.606

---

XT

0.56

0.55

0.56

0.57

0.57

0.56

0.58

0.57

0.58

0.57

---

Fd

0.10

0.15

0.19

0.24

0.29

0.33

0.38

0.42

0.47

0.51

---

Cv

0.0356

0.0524

0.0736

0.0984

0.127

0.158

0.191

0.224

0.257

0.294

0.93

Kv

0.0308

0.0453

0.0637

0.0851

0.110

0.137

0.165

0.194

0.222

0.254

---

XT

0.55

0.54

0.57

0.58

0.57

0.55

0.55

0.56

0.57

0.55

---

Fd

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.15

0.17

0.19

0.22

0.24

0.26

0.28

---

Cv

0.0437

0.0512

0.0597

0.0694

0.0806

0.0929

0.105

0.116

0.126

0.139

0.86

Kv

0.0378

0.0443

0.0516

0.0600

0.0697

0.0804

0.0908

0.100

0.109

0.120

---

XT

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.53

0.54

0.56

0.57

0.56

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.12

0.13

0.14

0.15

0.16

0.17

---

Cv

0.0037

0.0055

0.0085

0.0121

0.0163

0.0205

0.0246

0.0284

0.0326

0.0389

0.97

Kv

0.0032

0.0047

0.0073

0.0105

0.0141

0.0177

0.0213

0.0246

0.0282

0.0337

---

XT

1.00

0.94

0.81

0.76

0.68

0.64

0.60

0.59

0.60

0.58

---

Fd

0.05

0.06

0.06

0.07

0.07

0.08

0.09

0.09

0.10

0.11

---

1. At 100% travel.
2. Balanced trim.
3. Balanced, restricted trim.
4. Micro-Flow trim.
-continued-

25

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator


Table 22. Design GX, Linear Valve Plug, Flow Up Through the Port (continued)

Linear - Flow Up
Valve
Size

Port
Maximum
Diameter
Travel
mm
mm
22

14

95
9.5

DN 25
(
(1-Inch)
)

4 8(4)
4.8

4 8(4)
4.8

4 8(4)
4.8

4 8(4)
4.8

36

DN 40
((1.5 Inch))

22

14

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

20

Linear
Characteristic
Flow
Coefficient

10

20

30

40

50

60

Cv

1.72

3.06

4.50

7.04

8.52

Kv

1.49

2.64

3.90

6.09

7.37

XT

0.51

0.58

0.60

0.44

Fd

0.14

0.19

0.24

Cv

0.685

1.46

Kv

0.592

XT

0.73

Fd

Valve OpeningPercent of Total Travel


80

90

100

9.74

11.1

12.7

14.6

15.5

0.94

8.43

9.58

10.9

12.6

13.4

---

0.47

0.52

0.56

0.68

0.74

0.80

---

0.29

0.33

0.37

0.42

0.46

0.53

0.61

---

2.28

3.05

3.81

4.56

5.42

6.34

7.21

7.80

0.96

1.26

1.97

2.64

3.29

3.95

4.69

5.48

6.24

6.75

---

0.64

0.62

0.60

0.59

0.59

0.60

0.63

0.67

0.66

---

0.16

0.24

0.30

0.35

0.39

0.45

0.52

0.60

0.71

0.79

---

Cv

0.187

0.453

0.769

1.10

1.42

1.79

2.22

2.73

3.29

3.70

0.94

Kv

0.161

0.392

0.665

0.952

1.23

1.55

1.92

2.36

2.85

3.20

---

XT

0.59

0.56

0.55

0.53

0.58

0.57

0.60

0.58

0.63

0.63

---

Fd

0.12

0.18

0.24

0.29

0.34

0.39

0.45

0.53

0.65

0.80

---

Cv

0.0350

0.0805

0.140

0.210

0.291

0.371

0.455

0.539

0.627

0.700

0.94

Kv

0.0303

0.0696

0.121

0.182

0.251

0.321

0.394

0.466

0.542

0.606

---

XT

0.56

0.55

0.56

0.57

0.57

0.56

0.58

0.57

0.58

0.57

---

Fd

0.10

0.15

0.19

0.24

0.29

0.33

0.38

0.42

0.47

0.51

---

Cv

0.0356

0.0524

0.0736

0.0984

0.127

0.158

0.191

0.224

0.257

0.294

0.93

Kv

0.0308

0.0453

0.0637

0.0851

0.110

0.137

0.165

0.194

0.222

0.254

---

XT

0.55

0.54

0.57

0.58

0.57

0.55

0.55

0.56

0.57

0.55

---

Fd

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.15

0.17

0.19

0.22

0.24

0.26

0.28

---

Cv

0.0437

0.0512

0.0597

0.0694

0.0806

0.0929

0.105

0.116

0.126

0.139

0.86

Kv

0.0378

0.0443

0.0516

0.0600

0.0697

0.0804

0.0908

0.100

0.109

0.120

---

XT

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.54

0.53

0.54

0.56

0.57

0.56

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.12

0.13

0.14

0.15

0.16

0.17

---

Cv

0.0037

0.0055

0.0085

0.0121

0.0163

0.0205

0.0246

0.0284

0.0326

0.0389

0.97

Kv

0.0032

0.0047

0.0073

0.0105

0.0141

0.0177

0.0213

0.0246

0.0282

0.0337

---

XT

1.00

0.94

0.81

0.76

0.68

0.64

0.60

0.59

0.60

0.58

---

Fd

0.05

0.06

0.06

0.07

0.07

0.08

0.09

0.09

0.10

0.11

---

Cv

1.18

4.50

7.46

11.0

14.1

16.8

20.3

24.4

28.8

32.0

0.93

Kv

1.02

3.89

6.45

9.5

12.2

14.5

17.6

21.1

24.9

27.7

---

XT

0.88

0.75

0.88

0.82

0.80

0.88

0.85

0.80

0.78

0.78

---

Fd

0.30

0.42

0.47

0.49

0.51

0.52

0.50

0.48

0.47

0.48

---

Cv

1.41

2.76

4.20

5.76

7.32

8.85

10.5

12.9

15.1

17.2

0.95

Kv

1.22

2.39

3.63

4.98

6.33

7.66

9.08

11.2

13.1

14.9

---

XT

0.68

0.58

0.58

0.59

0.58

0.59

0.65

0.60

0.68

0.75

---

Fd

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.15

0.17

0.19

0.22

0.24

0.26

0.28

---

Cv

0.676

1.55

2.27

3.03

3.77

4.55

5.44

6.47

7.36

8.25

0.96

Kv

0.585

1.34

1.96

2.62

3.26

3.94

4.71

5.60

6.37

7.14

---

XT

0.58

0.50

0.59

0.62

0.59

0.58

0.60

0.63

0.67

0.64

---

Fd

0.08

0.08

0.09

0.11

0.12

0.13

0.14

0.15

0.16

0.17

---

1. At 100% travel.
2. Balanced trim.
3. Balanced, restricted trim.
4. Micro-Flow trim.
-continued-

26

FL((1))

70

Product Bulletin
51.1:GX
December 2004

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Table 22. Design GX, Linear Valve Plug, Flow Up Through the Port (continued)

Linear - Flow Up
Valve
Size

Port
Maximum
Diameter
Travel
mm

46

DN 50
(
(2-Inch)
)

36

22

70

70(2)

mm

20

20

20

40

20

DN 80
((3-Inch))
46

36

90

90(2)

DN 100
(
(4-Inch)
)

90(3)

70

46

20

20

40

20

20

40

20

Linear
Characteristic
Flow
Coefficient

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

Cv

2.90

7.53

12.6

17.5

22.1

27.8

34.1

41.6

45.7

48.6

0.91

Kv

2.51

6.51

10.9

15.1

19.1

24.0

29.5

36.0

39.5

42.0

---

XT

0.71

0.87

0.81

0.87

0.85

0.82

0.79

0.82

0.85

0.84

---

Fd

0.25

0.36

0.42

0.46

0.47

0.46

0.46

0.47

0.48

0.50

---

Cv

1.69

5.05

8.37

11.6

14.8

17.9

20.9

24.7

29.2

33.9

0.93

Kv

1.47

4.37

7.24

10.0

12.8

15.5

18.0

21.3

25.3

29.3

---

XT

0.73

0.76

0.84

0.81

0.82

0.84

0.87

0.85

0.84

0.82

---

Fd

0.30

0.42

0.47

0.49

0.51

0.52

0.50

0.48

0.47

0.48

---

Cv

1.58

3.01

4.51

6.02

7.63

9.10

10.9

13.1

15.1

17.2

0.93

Kv

1.37

2.60

3.90

5.21

6.60

7.87

9.40

11.3

13.0

14.9

---

XT

0.66

0.62

0.62

0.61

0.61

0.60

0.58

0.55

0.62

0.68

---

Fd

0.08

0.10

0.13

0.15

0.17

0.19

0.22

0.24

0.26

0.28

---

Cv

9.74

20.9

32.9

46.2

59.6

74.3

87.5

97.2

109

117

0.89

Kv

8.43

18.1

28.5

40.0

51.6

64.3

75.7

84.1

94.3

101

---

XT

0.62

0.85

0.83

0.81

0.81

0.81

0.81

0.85

0.80

0.77

---

Fd

0.33

0.43

0.47

0.48

0.49

0.50

0.50

0.51

0.51

0.51

---

Cv

10.6

21.3

31.9

42.7

53.6

63.8

74.1

85.0

94.4

102

0.85

Kv

9.17

18.4

27.6

36.9

46.4

55.2

64.1

73.5

81.7

88.2

---

XT

0.67

0.68

0.66

0.65

0.64

0.67

0.66

0.63

0.63

0.65

---

Fd

0.12

0.17

0.21

0.25

0.28

0.31

0.34

0.36

0.39

0.41

---

Cv

2.09

7.74

12.0

16.5

21.2

26.6

33.0

40.6

46.5

51.8

0.97

Kv

1.81

6.70

10.4

14.3

18.3

23.0

28.5

35.1

40.2

44.8

---

XT

0.65

0.62

0.79

0.85

0.88

0.85

0.88

0.83

0.88

0.90

---

Fd

0.25

0.36

0.42

0.46

0.47

0.46

0.46

0.47

0.48

0.50

---

Cv

1.17

4.87

7.76

11.1

14.3

17.3

19.3

23.2

27.8

33.3

0.97

Kv

1.01

4.21

6.71

9.58

12.4

14.9

16.7

20.1

24.1

28.8

---

XT

0.74

0.59

0.81

0.80

0.82

0.83

0.94

0.96

0.93

0.87

---

Fd

0.30

0.42

0.47

0.49

0.51

0.52

0.50

0.48

0.47

0.48

---

Cv

18.2

39.6

59.0

82.4

104

124

141

156

171

183.5

0.91

Kv

15.8

34.3

51.0

71.3

90.0

108

122

135

147

159

---

XT

0.78

0.84

0.90

0.85

0.86

0.91

0.91

0.90

0.85

0.82

---

Fd

0.26

0.36

0.41

0.43

0.45

0.46

0.47

0.48

0.48

0.48

---

Cv

12.3

28.5

44.6

60.2

77.6

95.4

112

130

143

151

0.82

Kv

10.6

24.7

38.6

52.1

67.1

82.5

96.9

112

124

131

---

XT

0.71

0.65

0.58

0.67

0.59

0.57

0.58

0.61

0.59

0.64

---

Fd

0.11

0.16

0.20

0.23

0.27

0.29

0.31

0.34

0.36

0.39

---

Cv

5.99

13.6

22.3

31.5

40.4

49.6

59.2

69.0

79.6

92.3

0.82

Kv

5.18

11.8

19.3

27.2

34.9

42.9

51.2

59.7

68.9

79.8

---

XT

0.60

0.59

0.61

0.58

0.59

0.62

0.59

0.58

0.57

0.52

---

Fd

0.07

0.11

0.14

0.16

0.18

0.20

0.22

0.24

0.25

0.27

---

Cv

9.04

22.1

33.8

47.0

60.8

76.9

92.0

107

119

128

0.94

Kv

7.82

19.1

29.2

40.7

52.6

66.5

79.6

92.6

103

111

---

XT

0.80

0.82

0.84

0.83

0.81

0.80

0.79

0.81

0.81

0.82

---

Fd

0.33

0.43

0.47

0.48

0.49

0.50

0.50

0.51

0.51

0.51

---

Cv

2.37

7.98

13.1

17.3

21.9

27.1

33.2

40.3

46.8

52.2

0.96

Kv

2.05

6.90

11.3

15.0

19.0

23.5

28.7

34.8

40.5

45.2

---

XT

0.70

0.70

0.78

0.88

0.90

0.88

0.85

0.83

0.83

0.83

---

Fd

0.25

0.36

0.42

0.46

0.47

0.46

0.46

0.47

0.48

0.50

---

Valve OpeningPercent of Total Travel

FL((1))

1. At 100% travel.
2. Balanced trim.
3. Balanced, restricted trim.
4. Micro-Flow trim.

27

GX Control Valve and Actuator

Product Bulletin

51.1:GX
December 2004

Note
Fisher does not assume responsibility
for the selection, use, or maintenance
of any product. Responsibility for
proper selection, use, and
maintenance of any Fisher product
remains solely with the purchaser and
end-user.

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the property of their respective owners.
The contents of this publication are presented for informational purposes only, and while every effort has been made to ensure their accuracy, they are
not to be construed as warranties or guarantees, express or implied, regarding the products or services described herein or their use or applicability.
We reserve the right to modify or improve the designs or specifications of such products at any time without notice.
Fisher does not assume responsibility for the selection, use or maintenance of any product. Responsibility for proper selection, use and
maintenance of any Fisher product remains solely with the purchaser and end-user.

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offers you the following solution:


Input datas
Fluid
Inlet pressure [bar]
Outlet pressure [bar]
Mass flow G [kg/h]
Inlet temperature [C]
Density [kg/m]
cp/cv
Kinematic viskosity [m/s]

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

Steam
6,50 - 8,00
4,50 - 5,50
200
350
3
1,3107
8,448*10^-6

Results of calculation
Type of regulator
Kv-value [m/h]
Kvs-value [m/h]
Cvs [USgal/min]
Reduction ratio [-]
Noise pressure level La [dB]
Flange diameter DN1/DN2
Flow velocity w1/w2 [m/s]
Socket diameter [G1/G2]
Details

:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:

Pressure reducer
4,18
5,43
6,28
2
64
25 / 25
42,9 / 49,5
G1 / G1
compressible fluid
Please follow the DIN 2401 and DIN 17245!

Based on the requirements for turbulent flow streams according to the DIN EN 60534-2-1 standard.
The estimate of the noise pressure level based on simplified procedure.
Adaptors and reduction pieces were ignored.

WIR REGELN DAS SCHON

Mankenberg GmbH Spenglerstrae 99 D-23556 Lbeck Tel. +49-451-8 79 75 0


Fax +49-451-8 79 75 99 e-mail: gm@mankenberg.de www.mankenberg.de

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Sizing - Medium
1000

Designation

1004
1005
1006

Formula
Density
Viscosity

Sizing - Service condition


1100 Maximum allowable working pressure
1101 Set pressure
1102 Superimposed back pressure
1103 Built up back pressure
1104 Backpressure
1105 Overpressure
1106 Environmental pressure
1107 Temperature
1108 Required massflow
1109 Volume flow to be discharged (working condition)
Sizing - Calculation
1200 Certified massflow
1201 Certified volumeflow (operating condition)
1203 Certified volumeflow (standard condition)
1204 Maximum mass flow
1205 Maximum volume flow (working condition)
1206 Maximum volume flow (standard condition)
1207 Capacity exceed
Valve - General
1500 Article number
1512 Reseller article number
1513 Quantity of safety valve
1501 Certified coefficient of discharge for steam and gases
1502 Certified coefficient of discharge for liquid
1503 Lift characteristic steam/gas
1504 Lift characteristic liquid
1505

Bonnet / Lifting device

1506
1511
1514

Body-/ Inlet base material


Bonnet
Order code

Name
Date
Rev.No

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Heavy fuel
oil

or

p
paf
pae
dp
pu
T
qm,ab
qvb,ab

qm,zu
qvb,zu
qvn,zu
qm,max
qvb,max
qvn,max

950 kg/m

18 bar-g

10.00 %
1.013 bar
100 C

36,463.534 kg/h
38.383 m/h
40,515.037 kg/h
42.647 m/h

4332.4184
1
K,DG
0.38
K,F
0.25
Safety Relief Valve
Safety Relief Valve
Lifting device H4
(gastight)
1.0619 / SA 216 WCB
Closed Bonnet
4332.4184-18 bar-g-H47H15-3.2

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Inlet connection
1303 Connection standard
1304 DN / NPS
1305 PN / PR
1306

Flange facing

Outlet connection
1353 Connection standard
1354 DN / NPS
1355 PN / PR
1356

Flange facing

Valve - Dimensions
1400 Discharge area
1401 Discharge diameter
1402 Centre to Face dimensions
1403 Centre to Face dimensions
1405 Height
1406 Weight
Lift
1507

acc. to DIN EN 1092


50
PN 40
DIN EN 1092-1 Form B1 (DIN 2526
Form C)

acc. to DIN EN 1092


50
PN 40
DIN EN 1092-1 Form B1 (DIN 2526
Form C)

Ao
do
a
b
H
M

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660.52 mm
29 mm
125 mm
125 mm
360 mm
12 kg

3.2 mm

Standard

Valve - Calculation
1200 Certified massflow
1201 Certified volumeflow (operating condition)
1203 Certified volumeflow (standard condition)
1204 Maximum mass flow
1205 Maximum volume flow (working condition)
1206 Maximum volume flow (standard condition)
1207 Capacity exceed
1600 Required actual discharge area
1601 Required discharge diameter
1618 Cold differential test pressure
1620 Cold differential test pressure, manually

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qm,zu
qvb,zu
qvn,zu
qm,max
qvb,max
qvn,max
Ao, req
do,req
CDTP
CDTP

36,463.534 kg/h
38.383 m/h
40,515.037 kg/h
42.647 m/h

18 bar-g

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Valve - Part list


PosNo Denomination
12010 1
Body
12050 5
Seat
12070 7
Disc
12080
12090
12120
12140
12160
12170
12180
12190
12400
12400
12440
12450
12460
12540
12550
12560
12570
12590
12600
12610

8
9
12
14
16
17
18
19
40
40
44
45
46
54
55
56
57
59
60
61

Guide
Bonnet
Spindle
Split ring
Spring plate
Spring plate
Adjusting screw
Lock nut
Lever cover H4
Lever H4
Lifting fork
Shaft
Spindle cap
Spring
Bolt
Nut
Pin
Securing ring
Gasket
Ball washer

12740
12750
12790
12800
12810
12820
12830
12850
12860
12910

74
75
79
80
81
82
83
85
86
91

Pin
Spacer
O-ring
Support ring
Washer
Nut
Circlip
Lead seal
Seal wire
Securing ring

Spare parts
Part number PosNo Denomination
210.0439.9000
7 Disc 433 DN 50/ 29
241.0739.0000
12 Spindle 12x 203
480.0705.0000
57 pin 4x24
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Q Material ASME
SA 216 WCB
316L
Hardened Stainless
steel
1
Steel
1
Ductile Gr. 60-40-18
1
420
2
SA 479 430
1
Steel
1
Steel
1
SA 479 430
1
Steel
1
Ductile Gr. 60-40-18
1
Steel
1
Carbon steel
1
Steel
1
Steel
1
Carbon steel
4
Steel
4
2H
1
Stainless steel
1
316Ti
1
Graphite/1.4401
Hardened Stainless
1
steel/316
1
Steel
1
316Ti
1
FKM [L]
1
Spring steel
1
B8M
1
Stainl. steel/polyamid
1
Spring steel
1
Plastic
1
321
1
316Ti
1
1
1

Startup
1
0
1

Material DIN
1.0619
1.4404
1.4122
1.0501/1.0038/1.4104
0.7040
1.4021
1.4104
1.0718/1.0570
1.0718/1.0570
1.4104
1.0718
0.7040
1.0036
1.0531
1.0718
1.0718
1.1200
1.1181
1.0501
1.4310
1.4571
Reingraphit + 1.4401
1.3541/1.4401
St
1.4571
FKM [L]
Federstahl
1.4401
A2 / Poly
Federstahl
Kunststoff
1.4541
1.4571

2 year oper. 5 year oper.


1
1
0
1
1
1

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500.0507.0000
510.0105.0000

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61 Ball D 6

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REV.B
DATE:08/05/2010

DLX 101
DLX 701
Compact Flame Monitor

GmbH Kollaustrae 105 22453 Hamburg www.durag.de

Document:

man_dlx101701_uk.doc

Version:

16.06.2008

Last update:

11.07.2008

Print date:

14.07.2008

DURAG GmbH
Kollaustrae 105
D-22453 Hamburg
Telephone:
Fax :
E-mail:
Internet:

+49 (40) 55 42 18 0
+49 (40) 58 41 54
info@durag.de
www.durag.de

This documentation

(approx. 90 pages) has been compiled with the greatest care. However, all liability must be
excluded.

is not intended for the US American market. Documentation in accordance with ANSI Z535
standard can be requested. Reference addresses can be found on page 89.

or parts of it may not be duplicated or communicated without the express consent of DURAG
GmbH, irrespective of by which method or means, electronic or mechanical, this occurs.

refers to the complete equipment in principle, even if individual program modules or devices
device parts have not been purchased

refers to the current status of the equipment design at the time of updating this
documentation (see above).

can be changed without notice with regard to content.

DURAG GmbH 2008 Compiled by: Herbert Lange.


All rights reserved.

The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 has been specially developed for
use outside the "European Union". For this reason there is no approval for the
DLX 101/DLX 701 within the "European Union". Use the Compact Flame

Monitor DURAG D-LX 100, D-LX 700 or the high quality D-LX 200, D-LX 720
within the EU.

Contents

Contents
0

Foreword

General

11

1.1

Brief overview of the contents

12

1.2

Typographical conventions

12

1.3

Meaning of the warnings and notes used

13

Safety instructions

17

2.1

General safety instructions

17

2.2

Hazard from electrical equipment

18

2.3

Hazard from hot, aggressive or explosive gases

19

2.4

Hazard to the device due to purge air failure

20

2.5

Proper use

20

2.6

Qualified personnel

20

Product Description

25

3.1

Notes on delivery

25

3.2

Scope of supply / Design variants

25

3.3

Special accessories (optional)

26

3.4

Options

27

3.5

Notes on the product

27

3.6

Fields of application

28

3.7

Selection criteria for Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701

29

3.8

Conformity/Approvals

29

3.9

Labelling of the product

30

3.10

Notes on warranty

30

Design and Function

33

4.1

Functional description

33

4.2

Device description

36

Installation, Commissioning

40

5.1

Safety

40

5.2

Installation

41

5.3

Commissioning

47

Adjusting the Flame Monitor

51

6.1

Adjusting the current gain

52

6.2

Adjusting the switching threshold

53

6.3

Adjusting the highpass filter

56

DLX 101, DLX 701

Contents
6.4

Range selection

57

6.5

Setting aid D-ZS 087-20

57

6.6

Safety time

57

6.7

Modbus-Interface

58

Maintenance

69

7.1

Customer service information

69

7.2

Safety

69

7.3

Maintenance intervals

69

7.4

Maintenance tasks

70

7.5

Fault

70

Technical Data

75

8.1

Technical data of the basic device

75

8.2

Factory settings (default)

76

8.3

Technical data for the integrated flame sensor

76

8.4

Presettings

76

Plans and Drawings for DLX 101, DLX 701

77

9.1

Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701

77

9.2

Dimensional drawings

78

10

Standards and regulations

81

11

Glossary

83

12

Index

85

13

DURAG GROUP company addresses

89

Index of illustrations
Figure 4.1
Figure 4.2
Figure 4.3
Figure 4.4
Figure 5.1
Figure 5.2
Figure 5.3
Figure 5.4
Figure 5.5
Figure 5.6
Figure 5.7
Figure 6.1
Figure 6.2

Block diagram DLX 101, DLX 701


Dimensional drawing DLX 101
Dimensional drawing DLX 701
Meaning of the LEDs
Safety screw
Dimensional drawing of swivel mount (opt. for DLX 101) D-ZS 033-I
Location of the device fuses (panel No. 03)
Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701
Shielding of the electric cables
Capacitive coupling or elimination of the potential isolation
Purge air connection
Location of switches for the current gain setting (PCB No. 01)
Switching thresholds as a function of the switch position

33
37
37
37
41
42
43
44
45
45
46
52
54
DLX 101, DLX 701

Contents
Figure 6.3
Figure 6.4
Figure 6.5
Figure 6.6
Figure 9.1
Figure 9.2
Figure 9.3

Flow chart; Adjusting the switching thresholds


Position of the switch for the highpass filter setting (PCB No. 02)
Location of the service test socket for connecting the digital display (PCB No. 02)
Position of switches and jumper for setting the Modbus (PCB No. 04)
Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701
Dimensional drawing DLX 101
Dimensional drawing DLX 701

55
56
57
58
77
78
79

Index of tables
Table 3.1 Default settings DLX 101, DLX 701
Table 3.2 Suitability of device variants (spectral ranges)
Table 6.1 Adjusting the switching threshold
Table 6.2 LK1 (multi-pin-connector) PCB No 4; terminating RS485
Table 6.3: Adjustment of MODE-switch S1, Modbus address
Table 6.4: Adjustment of MODE-Switch S2, Data transfer rate
Table 6.5: MODBUS-Protocol-Format
Table 6.6: MODBUS RTU Message Frame
Table 6.7: MODBUS Slave-Address Range
Table 6.8: MODBUS Function Code
Table 6.9: MODBUS Function Code (0x03..0x04) Request
Table 6.10: MODBUS Function Code (0x03..0x04) Response
Table 6.11: MODBUS Function Code (0x06) Request
Table 6.12: MODBUS Function Code (0x06) Response
Table 6.13: MODBUS register and address-information 1
Table 6.14: MODBUS register and address-information 2
Table 6.15: MODBUS register and address-information 3
Table 6.16: MODBUS Function Code pulse frequency and flame Intensity
Table 6.17: MODBUS Function Code PV status und SV status
Table 6.18: MODBUS register and address-information 4
Table 6.19: MODBUS Function Code Adjusting the switching threshold
Table 6.20: MODBUS Function Code Measuring range
Table 6.21: MODBUS register and address-information 5
Table 6.22: MODBUS Function Code Actual message register
Table 6.23: MODBUS Function Code Actual Critical Error Register
Table 6.24: MODBUS register and address-information 6
Table 7.1 CPU error codes

27
29
54
59
59
59
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
62
63
63
63
64
64
65
65
66
66
71

You can use the following manuals for the Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101 and its variants:
DLX 101, DLX 701
DLX 101, DLX 701
DLL 703/704,

Quick Manual
Manual
Fibre-Optic System Manual (flexible/rigid)

DURAG Modbus

Manual

DLX 101, DLX 701

Foreword

Foreword
The purpose of this manual is to help you to become acquainted with your
DURAG product.
In this publication you will find information and technical data on planning,
installation / commissioning, operation and maintenance of the DLX 101,
DLX 701.
The two device types DLX 101 and DLX 701 are identical in design,
except for the respective optics. Therefore both designations are always
specified in this manual, separated by a comma. The differences, exclusively
in the front part of the devices (the DLX 701 is intended for use with an
optional fibre-optic system), are described in the relevant chapters, identified
accordingly.
The functional diagram of the complete system and the device components
complete this information.
Our aim is to make a decisive contribution to your success with our products
and services. We hope that the information provided here will enable us to do
so.
Flame monitors are safety devices and are designed to ensure the safe
operation of a furnace plant. The adjustment of flame monitors should
therefore only be performed by appropriately trained personnel. DURAG offers
suitable training for this purpose.
Should you have any further questions on products or applications from the
DURAG GROUP, please use our Support & Service! You will find the relevant
addresses and telephone numbers on page 89 (DURAG GROUP company
addresses).
Further information is also available from www.durag.de
Please read this manual carefully before commissioning the Compact Flame
Monitor! The information provided is important for your safety and for
preventing damage to the DLX 101, DLX 701 and to the environment.

DLX 101, DLX 701

DLX 101
DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

01
1

General

1.1

Brief overview of the contents

1.2

Typographical conventions

1.3

Meaning of the warnings and notes used

General

General
The product described in this manual left the factory in perfectly safe and
inspected condition. In order to maintain this condition and to achieve correct
and safe operation of this product, it may only be used as described by the
manufacturer. In addition, faultless and safe operation of the product requires
appropriate transport, correct storage and installation, as well as careful
operation and maintenance.
Flame monitors are safety devices and are designed to ensure the safe
operation of a furnace plant. For this reason flame monitors are type-examined
devices; any interventions or modifications to them will result in loss of the
approval. Repairs may therefore only be carried out by the manufacturer or his
representatives.
This manual contains the necessary information for proper use of the Compact
Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701. It is intended for technically qualified
personnel who have been familiarised with the product, who are specially
trained or have pertinent knowledge in the field of measurement and control
engineering, referred to as automation technology in the following.
The knowledge and technically sound implementation of the safety instructions
and warnings contained in this manual are a prerequisite for safe assembly
and commissioning, as well as for safety during operation and maintenance of
the described product. Only appropriately qualified personnel have the necessary specialist knowledge to be able to correctly interpret the general safety
instructions and warnings provided in this document for the specific case at
hand and to use the appropriate procedures.
This manual is a fixed constituent of the scope of supply, even if the option of
issue on CD and separate ordering or delivery has been provided for logistical
reasons. For reasons of clarity, it does not contain all details for all versions of
the described product and can also not take account of all conceivable
circumstances for installation, operation, maintenance and use in systems.
If you require further information or if problems occur which are not dealt with
in sufficient detail in this document, please ask your competent DURAG GmbH
representative for the required information (see page 89).

DLX 101, DLX 701

11

General

1.1 Brief overview of the contents


This manual describes the following areas:
Chapters 1 + 2
Chapters 3 - 5
Chapters 6 - 7

Appendix 8 - 13

Information on use of the manual, the pictograms used, safety instructions and
requirements on operating and maintenance personnel.
Information on the product, technical data, function and system descriptions as
well as the available options.
Information on use of the product DLX 101, DLX 701 , in respect of
installation, assembly, commissioning, operation, maintenance, error
diagnostics, repair etc.
Overview of technical data, standards and regulations to be complied with,
certifications, glossary, index and company addresses.

1.2 Typographical conventions


In order to make the text of this manual clear, text elements such as safety
instructions, warnings, tips, keyboard symbols, menu addresses etc. are
displayed differently.
The following conventions apply in this manual:

WARNING

Safety instructions and warnings appear as follows in this manual:

Danger from electrical equipment


Before removing the housing or accidental-contact protection, the equipment
must be disconnected from the power supply.

A note or tip is shown like this:

No control cycle is started during test measurements and simulation.

This DIP-Switch is OFF

This DIP-Switch is ON

Explicitly identified paragraphs only refer to the specified device variant. All
other information applies for both device variants.
DLX 101

DLX 701

12

DLX 101, DLX 701

General

A () indicates that the following term is explained in the glossary.

Unless otherwise specified: all dimensions in mm

This manual is also available as a pdf file on CD/DVD!

1.3 Meaning of the warnings and notes used


Please always comply with the following warnings and safety instructions in
this manual. They serve to avert dangers to life and limb of users and
maintenance personnel and to prevent damage to property.
They are highlighted in this manual by the signs defined here. They are also
marked by symbols at the points where they appear. The signs used have the
following meanings for the purposes of this manual and the information on the
product itself:

DLX 101, DLX 701

13

General

DANGER

Failure to comply with instructions highlighted in this way can result in severe
and even fatal injuries.
Also means that substantial damage to property can occur, if the relevant
precautions are not taken.
> Comply with all hazard warnings, in order to prevent injuries.

WARNING

Failure to comply with instructions highlighted in this way can result in serious
injuries or damage to property.
> Comply with all warnings, in order to prevent injuries and to ensure safe
operation of the system.

CAUTION

Failure to comply with instructions highlighted in this way can result in minor
injuries or damage.
> Comply with all caution warnings, in order to prevent injuries and to ensure
safe operation of the system.
In order to specify the potential risk the general warning sign can also be
replaced by a special warning sign.
General warning sign

Hot surface

Electric current

Explosion
Electrostatically
endangered
components (ESD)

In addition to the warnings and safety instructions, the following general notes
and related pictograms are also used to draw your attention to particularly
important information:
Here you will find interesting information or tips on the product and its use.

Contains information on environmental protection

14

DLX 101, DLX 701

DLX 101
DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

02
2

Safety instructions

2.1

General safety instructions

2.2

Hazard from electrical equipment

2.3

Hazard from hot, aggressive or explosive gases

2.4

Hazard to the device due to purge air failure

2.5

Proper use

2.6

Qualified personnel

Safety instructions

Safety instructions
Please always comply with the following warnings and safety instructions in
this manual. They serve to avert dangers to life and limb of users and
maintenance personnel and to prevent damage to property.

2.1 General safety instructions


The DURAG Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 complies with the
state-of-the-art and the recognised safety regulations; nevertheless, dangers
can still arise.
Therefore only operate the product in perfect condition and in compliance with
the operating manual. Changes in the normal operation are indications of functional impairments which must be taken seriously. In this connection, pay
attention to:

The development of smoke or unusual odours,

Excessive temperature of system parts,

Unexplained changes in power consumption,

Triggering of monitoring devices.


Improper use or handling can result in damage to health or property.
Therefore, read this chapter thoroughly and comply with the instructions during
all activities on the DLX 101, DLX 701 as well as the safety instructions and
warnings in the individual chapters of this operating manual.
In principle, the following warnings and safety instructions apply for the
DLX 101, DLX 701:

The flame monitor is a type-examination device. Any interventions or


modifications will result in loss of the approval. Repairs may only be performed
by the manufacturer or his representatives, as only they can verify full
functionality following repair, by means of extensive long-term tests and
suitable test devices.

DLX 101, DLX 701

The statutory provisions applicable for the system and the technical
regulations implementing these provisions must be complied with during
preparation and performance of work.

Persons working with the system must take account of the local, systemspecific conditions and operation-related dangers and provisions.

Operating manuals and documentation that belong to the equipment


system DLX 101, DLX 701 must be present on-site. The information
highlighted therein for the prevention of dangers and damage must be
complied with.

Suitable protective devices and personal safety gear must be available in


adequate quantities and be used by the personnel according to the
respective danger potential.

The device may only be operated in perfect condition and in compliance


with the safety instructions!

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Safety instructions

The devices as a whole, as well as the individual components, may only


be operated in the original design. If elements are replaced, the
manufacturer's genuine parts must be used.

Any interventions or modifications to the design of type examined devices


will result in loss of the approval.

2.2 Hazard from electrical equipment


This device is operated with electricity. Therefore, only appropriately qualified
personnel may carry out work on this device. These personnel must be
thoroughly familiar with all sources of danger and repair measures in
accordance with these operating instructions.

WARNING

Danger from electrical equipment


Before removing the housing or protection against accidental contact, the
equipment must be disconnected from the power supply.

The devices may only be connected to the supply voltage shown on the
type plate.

The devices may only be operated on a power supply with an earthing


contact. The protective action must not be cancelled by using an
extension without an earthing contact. Any interruption in the protective
earth conductor inside or outside the device is dangerous and is not
permitted.

Cables should be laid so that risk of accident due to tripping or getting


caught on the lines is excluded.

We recommend a power supply that guarantees a safe separation between


primary and secondary power circuits (e.g. DURAG D-NG 24/05).

CAUTION

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Damage to electronic components from electrostatic discharge (ESD)


DURAG devices are protected from uncontrolled electrostatic discharge (ESD)
during closed operation. If the device is opened (e.g. for service or
maintenance work, appropriate ESD protective measures must be taken
beforehand.

DLX 101, DLX 701

Safety instructions

2.3 Hazard from hot, aggressive or explosive gases


WARNING

Use of the Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 in potentially
explosive areas is not permitted

WARNING

DLX 101, DLX 701

The Compact Flame Monitor is mounted directly on the boiler. In the case
of systems with a low danger potential (ambient pressure, low
temperatures, no health hazard), mounting/removal can occur during plant
operation. The applicable provisions and safety regulations for the plant
must be complied with and any necessary and appropriate protective
measures taken.

Never touch parts that could be hot without temperature-resistant equipment


or safety gloves

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Safety instructions

2.4 Hazard to the device due to purge air failure


CAUTION

The purge air serves to protect the system mounted on the boiler. It shields the
components from hot and/or aggressive gases and dusts. The purge air supply
must therefore be reliably ensured even during downtime of the plant. If the
purge air fails, the lens can quickly become soiled and the device can overheat
due to heat accumulation and be destroyed.
The operator must therefore ensure that:

the purge air supply operates reliably and without interruption,

a failure is detected immediately,

the connection between sighting tube and Compact Flame Monitor is


disconnected if the purge air fails.

2.5 Proper use


The DURAG DLX 101, DLX 701 described in this manual is an Compact
Flame Monitor for monitoring gas, oil, coal and wood flames.
The DLX 101, DLX 701 is used as a flame monitor, for example in large
power stations through to smaller district heating plants, chemical process or
thermal exhaust gas incineration plants, refineries etc. The device can monitor
the flames of all fuels and incineration technologies, particularly for gas, oil,
coal and wood, low-NOx, recirculating operation, Claus plants etc.
The parameters specified in the Technical data from page 75, especially the
ambient conditions, must be complied with and observed.
Faultless and safe operation of this device also requires appropriate transport,
correct storage, installation and assembly as well as careful operation and
maintenance by qualified personnel.
The DLX 101, DLX 701 has been developed, manufactured, inspected and
documented in compliance with the pertinent safety standards. If the handling
and safety instructions described for project planning, assembly, proper
operation and maintenance are complied with, no dangers normally arise from
the device in respect of damage to property or the health of people .

2.6 Qualified personnel


The operator's personnel who are responsible for safety must ensure that work
on DURAG equipment or systems is only carried out by qualified skilled
personnel, whose competence has been checked by responsible experts.
In the event of unqualified operations on the device or failure to comply with
the warnings provided in this manual or affixed to the device, physical injuries
and/or damage to property can occur.
Qualified personnel for the purposes of the safety-related instructions in this
manual or on the product itself are persons who can identify potential dangers
in good time and prevent them. Skilled personnel/experts are persons in
accordance with DIN VDE 0105 or IEC 364 or directly comparable standards.

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DLX 101, DLX 701

Safety instructions
The following knowledge is essential:

Exact knowledge of operation-related dangers.

Knowledge of system conditions, regulations, pertinent standards and


accident prevention regulations.

Adequate knowledge of the DLX 101, DLX 701 system. DURAG offers
suitable training for this purpose.

On the basis of this training, qualified personnel are authorised by the person
responsible for the safety of people and system to carry out work on DURAG
equipment or systems,

DLX 101, DLX 701

either as project planning personnel, are familiar with the safety concepts
of automation technology,

as operating personnel, are instructed in handling automation technology


equipment and are familiar with the contents of this manual relating to
operation,

as repair and/or service personnel, have training that qualifies them to


repair such automation technology equipment or have authorisation to
commission, earth and identify circuits and devices/systems in
accordance with the safety-related standards.

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DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

03
3

Product Description

3.1

Notes on delivery

3.2

Scope of supply / Design variants

3.3

Special accessories (optional)

3.4
3.4.1
3.4.2

Options
Optional, factory settings
Optional Modbus plug-in card

3.5

Notes on the product

3.6

Fields of application

3.7

Selection criteria for Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701

3.8

Conformity/Approvals

3.9

Labelling of the product

3.10

Notes on warranty

Product Description

Product Description
In this chapter you will find information on scope of supply, special
accessories, approvals, warranty and fields of application of the DLX 101,
DLX 701.

3.1 Notes on delivery


The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 is delivered in a packaged
unit. This generally includes the device, including 2 m connection cable
prewired on the device side and this manual, as described under point 3.2.

3.2 Scope of supply / Design variants


Scope of supply of the standard system DLX 101, DLX 701:
The following variants are available:
DLX 101 UA, DLX 701 UA
Compact Flame Monitor
with UV photo diode (= 190 nm to 520 nm)
DLX 101 UAF, DLX 701 UAF
Compact Flame Monitor
with UV photo diode (= 280 nm bis 410 nm)
DLX 101 IS, DLX 701 IS
Compact Flame Monitor
with IR photo diode (= 300 nm to 1100nm)
DLX 101 IG, DLX 701 IG
Compact Flame Monitor
with IR photo diode (= 780 nm to 1800 nm)
(all devices have a 2 m connection cable
prewired on the device side)

Printed brief introduction and


detailed manual on CD

DLX 101, DLX 701

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Product Description

3.3 Special accessories (optional)


DLX 101 DLX 701

Picture

Order code
D-ZS 033 I
Swivel mount
with G 1 " threaded end fitting
D-ZS 133 I
Ball-type valve
with G 1 " threaded end fitting
D-ZS 087-20
Digital display for optimal alignment of
flame monitors through measurement of
pulse rate, storage of minimum and
maximum pulse rate values
and
calculation of switching thresholds for all
DURAG flame monitors and burner
controls.
D-ZS 093
Combined test light source 230 V / 50 Hz
for the UV-A, UV-B and IR range for
checking the function of the DLX 101

D-NG 24/05
AC power supply

D-ZS 140-12
Junction box for flame sensor; IP 65; 12pin
D-ZS 117 - I
Heat insulator with potential isolation and
1 " threaded end fitting
D-ZS 118
Optical adjustment aid for aligning the
swivel mount to the sighting tubes

DLX 101 Modbus


Modbus plug-in card (RS485 interface
with Modbus protocol)

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DLX 101, DLX 701

Product Description

DLX 101 DLX 701

Order code

Picture

D-ZS 129 -30/-40


Bar graph display for displaying the flame
intensity (19" system)

Connection cable x m
(specify length)
Tropicalisation of printed circuit boards

Option:
detailed, printed manual

3.4 Options
3.4.1 Optional, factory settings
The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 can be supplied with the
options specified in the following table. The variant supplied as standard has a
dark background. If other options are required, please specify when ordering
the Compact Flame Monitor .
"Flame intensity" current output
Safety time

0 - 20 mA
1 sec.

4 - 20 mA
3 sec.

5 sec.

Table 3.1 Default settings DLX 101, DLX 701

3.4.2 Optional Modbus plug-in card


If the data of the Compact Flame Monitor are to be transmitted to the burner
control, the Modbus plug-in card DLX 101 Modbus can be optionally
retrofitted or installed as part of the order. The data of the flame signal, the
switching threshold setting, the intensity display, the active range and the error
message are transmitted via Modbus (RS485 interface with Modbus
protocol).

3.5 Notes on the product


The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 is a safety device
comprising control unit and integrated optical flame sensor in one housing.
This integration saves time and cost for assembly and wiring in comparison
with the design with separate flame sensor and flame monitor.

DLX 101, DLX 701

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Product Description

3.6 Fields of application


The DLX 101, DLX 701 flame monitor is suitable for monitoring combustion
processes with the most diverse fuels and incineration technologies, primarily
in single burner systems, in

intermittent operation and

continuous operation.

Possible areas of application are:

Large power stations

District heating plants

Chemical process incineration plants

Thermal exhaust gas incineration plants

Claus plants

Refineries etc.

The Compact Flame Monitor is suitable for all fuels and incineration
technologies, particularly for:

Gas

Oil

Coal

Wood

Low-NOx

Recirculating operation

Claus plants etc.

The parameters specified in the Technical data from page 75, especially the
ambient conditions, must be complied with and observed. In particular, please
note:

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Permissible ambient temperature:

- 20C to + 60C

Class of protection

IP65

DLX 101, DLX 701

Product Description

3.7 Selection criteria for


Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701
Defined prerequisites must be checked for use of the Compact Flame Monitor
DLX 101. The suitability of the device can be quickly and simply established
with the help of the following checklist.
Spectral
range [nm]

Gas

DLX 101 UA
DLX 701 UA

190 - 520

++

++

DLX 101 UAF


DLX 701 UAF

280 - 410

++

DLX 101 IS
DLX 701 IS

300 - 1100

++

DLX 101 IG
DLX 701 IG

780 - 1800

++

++

Model

Suitable for fuels


Oil
Coal Wood

Characteristics
Monitoring of gas and oil flames,
also for low-NOx incineration.

Monitoring of very intensive gas


and oil flames, also for low-NOx
incineration.
Monitoring of oil flames, also with
burning of additional fuels.
Monitoring of oil and wood dust
flames as well coal flames.

Table 3.2 Suitability of device variants (spectral ranges)


Explanation of symbols:
++
The flame sensor is optimally suited for this fuel.
+
The flame sensor is well suited for this fuel.
{
The flame sensor is conditionally suited for this fuel.
The monitoring characteristics depend for the most part on the
incineration technology.
!
The flame sensor is often not approved for monitoring gas flames due to
local regulations
.
This table is based on many years of experience at a multitude of furnace plants. However, a
specific flame behaviour due to the incineration technologies used in the individual case cannot be
taken into consideration. Deviations from this table are therefore possible.

3.8 Conformity/Approvals
The DLX 101 DLX 701 has been developed, manufactured, inspected and
documented in compliance with the pertinent safety standards. If the handling
and safety instructions described for project planning, assembly, proper
operation and maintenance are complied with,no dangers normally arise from
the device in respect of damage to property or the health of people.
In addition, the Compact Flame Monitor provides a high level of safety and
availability, thanks to the use of two parallel-operating microprocessors with
appropriate software and hardware. The device hardware is designed in
accordance with the EC directive on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), so
that it conforms to the EMC law.
The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 has been specially
developed for use outside the "European Union". For this reason there is no
approval for the DLX 101, DLX 701 within the "European Union". Within the
EU, use the Compact Flame Monitor DURAG DLX 100 or the high quality
DLX 200.

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Product Description

3.9 Labelling of the product


The type plate is located at the bottom of the housing.

3.10 Notes on warranty


Please note that the contents of this device manual are not part of nor
intended to modify a previous or existing agreement, undertaking or legal
relationship. The warranty for equipment from the DURAG GROUP is
generally 12 months from the date of delivery. All obligations result from the
respective purchase contract, which also contains the complete and solely
valid warranty regulation. These contractual warranty terms are neither
extended nor limited by the comments in this document.
Modifications and alterations to the Compact Flame Monitor are not permitted.
Any interventions on the device will result in a termination of the warranty.
As burner controls are type-examined devices, any interventions or
modifications to them will result in loss of the approval.
Faultless and safe operation of this device also requires appropriate transport,
correct storage, installation and assembly as well as careful operation.
A high level of reliability is expected from safety-relevant components like
Compact Flame Monitors. Careful maintenance is a basic prerequisite for safe
operation. This is essential to ensure that functional irregularities are detected
and rectified at an early stage.
Approx. 10 years after commissioning at the latest ( 250,000 cycles; see also
EN 298 and EN 230) with typical use and environment of the DLX 101,
DLX 701, the tests and maintenance measures specified for the product
by the manufacturer must be performed by the manufacturer or his
representative. These measures can also result in replacement of the product.

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DLX 101, DLX 701

DLX 101
DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

04
4

Design and Function

4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4

Functional description
Ultraviolet flame sensor
Infrared flame sensor
Self-monitoring
Error shutdown

4.2

Device description

Design and Function

Design and Function


This chapter explains the mode of operation of the Compact Flame Monitor
and the interaction of the components involved.

4.1 Functional description


The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 comprises an optical flame
sensor and a switching device in one housing. The flame sensor converts the
light signal of the flame into an electrical signal, while the control unit ensures
self-monitoring, evaluates the flame signal and communicates the result.
The operator must provide the necessary purge air to protect the optics from
dust and hot gases, and the power supply.

Flame Monitor UA / UAF / IS / IG


1

3 4

Low High

Photo element
Pulse

Shutter

Amplifier

Filter

Pulse stage

Optional
Fieldbus

RS 485 Fieldbus

Range
Switching

Range B

Flame
threshold
LED
indicators
Safety time
soldering field
Current output
0 / 4 - 20mA

Data compare

Flame intensity
Synchronization

0V
RAZ

Read back
flame relay

Flame ON
K2.2

K2

Internal reset

ready for operation

K1

UB

Dynamic
safety circuit

Power
supply

K1.2
K1.1
F2

0V

Power supply

LX101-01-000

F1
UB

L-

0V

L+ PE

Figure 4.1 Block diagram DLX 101, DLX 701

DLX 101, DLX 701

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Design and Function


The photo diodes used in the integrated optical flame sensor evaluate different
spectral ranges of the flame, depending on the version. They cover the band
of radiation from the shortwave UV-A through to the infrared range. The signal
from the photo diodes passes through a 4-stage amplifier with suppression of
constant flame radiation, an adjustable highpass filter and a pulse generation
stage.
The pulses generated by the integrated flame sensors, which are a
measurement of the flame intensity, are sent to the microprocessor system
and, depending on the switching threshold set, result in a Flame ON or Flame
OFF indication.
A failsafe relay contact of flame relay K2, a green LED in the casing window
and a current output set in the factory to 0 or 4 .. 20mA to display the flame
intensity are available for the flame indication.
Readiness for operation or malfunction is indicated by a contact of fault relay
K1 and a yellow or red LED in the front panel.
To facilitate alignment of the compact flame monitor to the flame, the DURAG
digital display D-ZS 087-20 can be used. More detailed information on the DZS 087-20 can be found in chapter 6.5 on page 57.
In addition, the DLX 101, DLX 701 can optionally send measuring and
setting data as well as error messages to the higher level burner control via a
bus interface (see DLX 101 Modbus on page 27).
The DLX 101, DLX 701 flame monitor is available with semiconductor photo
diodes for the band of radiationin the shortwave ultraviolet or infrared range
(see page 25).

4.1.1 Ultraviolet flame sensor


The UV radiation zone of a flame is generally much smaller than the IR zone.
In addition, internal components or boiler walls do not emit any dynamic UV
radiation. UV flame monitors are therefore very selective, i.e. insensitive to
ambient light.
In the DLX 101 UA, DLX 701 UA a photo diode with a spectral sensitivity of
= 190 nm to 520 nm is used. The integrated flame sensor therefore records
the dynamic blue to transparent band of radiation, e.g. of gas, oil and coal
flames, without suffering significant signal interruptions due to water vapour,
recirculation gas or similar UV-absorbing gases.
In the DLX 101 UAF, DLX 701 UAF the photo diode of the DLX 101 UA,
DLX 701 UA is used, with an optical filter. The filtering results in a limited
spectral range from = 280 nm to 410 nm, which provides better results in the
case of very intensive UV radiation or higher selectivity requirements.
The filter is opaque in the visible spectral range, and therefore appears black
to the human eye. The photovoltaic cell is visible through the lens of the flame
monitor.

4.1.2 Infrared flame sensor


The IR radiation zone of a flame is extensive in many cases and very intensive
relative to the UV radiation. The IR zone is therefore easy to detect from
different viewing angles, emits a strong signal and is unsusceptible to
absorption by gases. On the other hand, there is a higher ambient light
sensitivity in comparison with a UV flame sensor, as internal components and
boiler walls can radiate in this range.

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Design and Function


In the DLX 101 IS, DLX 701 IS a silicon photo diode with a spectral
sensitivity of (= 300 nm to 1100nm is used. This flame monitor thus detects
the band of radiation visible to the human eye. If a flame glows yellow or red,
then it is "visible" to this flame sensor. However, the prerequisite here too is
modulation (dynamics) in the flame.
In the DLX 101 IG, DLX 701 IG a germanium photo diode with a spectral
sensitivity of = 780 nm to 1800 nm is used. The integrated flame sensor thus
detects the dynamic band of radiation, which is generated by almost all fuels.
This flame sensor type emits a strong signal, but because of the extensive IR
radiation zone of the flames shows a lower burner selectivity.
Flames whose shortwave UV radiation is absorbed by dust, water vapour or
other substances, can be monitored in the infrared range. Applications include
coal dust and oil-fired furnaces, as well as waste incineration plants. IR
monitoring in the spectral range from 300 to 1100 nm is a typical monitoring
application for oil-fired furnaces.
IR flame sensors with a spectral sensitivity up to 1800 nm have proven to be
particularly effective for flame monitoring in applications using measures for
NOx reduction, such as e.g. flue gas recirculation or plants with combination
burners for gas and oil or coal and oil.
It can occur in practice that static emitters, such as e.g. glowing boiler
components, are modulated by combustion air currents or flue gas plumes,
and act as ambient light with dynamic radiation components. If this radiation
lies in the range picked up by the monitor, i.e. in the IR spectrum and in the
normal flicker frequency range (approx. 10 to 200 Hz) of a flame, then an
output signal is generated by the flame monitor in the form of a pulse
frequency corresponding to the intensity and dynamics of the received
radiation. The switching threshold of the DLX 101, DLX 701 must not be
exceeded by the pulse frequency of the integrated flame sensor due to this
ambient light, and must not be allowed to trigger a Flame ON indication (see
chapter 6.2. Setting the switching threshold on page 53).

4.1.3 Self-monitoring
The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 with integrated flame
sensor is a failsafe flame monitor with self-monitoring. After power-up the
flame monitor performs a self check, which is constantly repeated during
continuous operation.
In continuous operation, any component failure that jeopardises safety-relevant functions must trigger an error shutdown. The Compact Flame Monitor
DLX 101, DLX 701 is therefore equipped with a dual-channel microprocessor system, which controls all functions and self-checks and monitors all
safety-relevant timing sequences. The input and output states are independently
checked and compared by the processors. Only if they agree is operation continued.
When the flame monitor indicates Flame ON status, monitoring of the integrated flame sensor starts automatically. This occurs periodically every second
for 0.2 s via activation of the shutter. The shutter is a wear-free transistor,
which separates the photo diode from the electronics. Interruption of the photocurrent simulates outage of a flame and must result in a drop in the flame
signal that was present during the measuring time of 0.8 s. If a hardware problem causes too small a drop in the flame signal, this will result in an error shutdown after 8 defective monitoring cycles, i.e. after 8 seconds.
When the Flame ON indication stops, checking of the integrated flame sensor
electronics also stops.
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Design and Function

4.1.4 Error shutdown


If an error is detected in the safety-relevant software and hardware
components during the internal self-monitoring, an error shutdown and internal
lockout are triggered. The relays for flame indication and operational readiness
drop out and the red LED in the front panel starts to flash.
Details of faults and error codes output by the DLX 101, DLX 701 are
described in chapter 7.5 from page 70 .

4.2 Device description


The housing of the Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 comprises a
fracture-proof, coloured, temperature and chemical resistant polymer material.
It contains the switching device and the integrated optical flame sensor.
The features of the Compact Flame Monitor include:

Two single-channel microprocessor systems for control and monitoring of


the flame monitor functions.

Integrated flame sensor with shutter control for self-monitoring.

Two presettable ranges for different operating states, which can be


switched between using an external signal.

Four presettable signal amplifications per range.

Switchable highpass filter for adaptation to the combustion conditions

The dynamically controlled fault relay K1 with monitoring of the internal


operating voltages and all safety-relevant hardware functions.

Flame relay K2 with self-monitoring circuit.

Adjustable 10-stage switching threshold.

LED display for indicating operational readiness of the active range, flame
indication or flame monitor fault.

Analogue output 0 / 4...20 mA for external display of the flame intensity.

The DLX 101, DLX 701 flame monitor can be optionally equipped with
an RS485 interface for data transfer with Modbus protocol.
Selective individual burner monitoring or combustion chamber monitoring can
be achieved by selecting a suitable flame monitor type, positioning the sighting
tube appropriately and adjusting the sensitivity.

The switching threshold of the flame indication of the compact flame monitor
can be set in 10 stages with two rotary switches on the device. The safety time
or response time in the event of flame outage is set to 1 second in the factory.
Longer safety times, e.g. 3s or 5s, can be set at customer request.

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DLX 101, DLX 701

D-LX 101_kl_Massbild_001

118

Design and Function

113
84

251

D-LX 701_kl_Massbild_001

113

Figure 4.2 Dimensional drawing DLX 101

36
84

174

Figure 4.3 Dimensional drawing DLX 701

The display LEDs on the back have the following meanings:


Stand By (yellow)
Device is ready for operation, the flame is out.
Flame (green)
The DLX 101 indicates a flame.
Error (red)
An error has occurred; the LED flashes five times,
then the B Range LED flashes the errorcode (see
chapter 7.5 Fault from page 70 and Error Codes
table on page 71).
B Range (yellow)
B Range is active; in case of error the error code is
output (see above).
Figure 4.4 Meaning of the LEDs

DLX 101, DLX 701

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DLX 101
DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

05
5

Installation, Commissioning

5.1
5.1.1

Safety
Transport

5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5

Installation
Instructions on selecting a suitable installation point
Mounting the flange
Electrical connection
Cables and shielding
Installation, purge air supply

5.3
5.3.1

Commissioning
Measures before initial commissioning

Installation, Commissioning

Installation, Commissioning
This chapter explains points that must be noted during installation and
commissioning of the Compact Flame Monitor.

5.1 Safety
WARNING

Danger of electric shock


Once the housing or accidental-contact protection have been removed, live
parts are accessible. Before working on the device, the mains connecting
leads must therefore be disconnected from the power and protected against
unauthorised re-activation. If the accidental contact protection is removed, it
must be replaced before switching on the mains voltage.
The pertinent regulations and any additional regulations of the local electricity
supply companies must be complied with when working on the device !
Use of the Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 in potentially
explosive areas and in explosive gas mixtures is not permitted

CAUTION

In incineration plants with harmful gases, high gas temperatures or high


pressure, the Compact Flame Monitor may only be mounted or demounted
during downtime of the plant, unless using a shut-off ball valve!
The purge air supply must therefore be reliably ensured even when the plant is
down. The purge air serves to protect the system mounted to the burner. The
purge air shields components from hot and/or aggressive gases and dusts. If
the purge air fails, the lens can quickly become soiled and the device can
overheat due to heat accumulation and be destroyed.
Damage to property by unauthorised personnel
The person responsible for safety must ensure that only qualified (authorised)
personnel operate the monitoring system described in this Manual.
Particular care must be taken to ensure that the warnings on operator
protection and monitoring system protection specified in this Manual are
known and adhered to.

CAUTION

Damage to electronic components from electrostatic discharge


(ESD)
DURAG devices are protected from uncontrolled electrostatic discharge (ESD)
during closed operation. If the device is opened (e.g. for service or
maintenance work), appropriate ESD protective measures must be taken
beforehand.
See also "Qualified personnel" on page 20.
The technical documents necessary for commissioning can be found on the
following pages , and the technical data in the Appendix from page 75.

5.1.1 Transport
Avoid rough impacts. Use the original packaging for transport where possible:
The materials used in it ensure safe transport.

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5.2 Installation
5.2.1 Instructions on selecting a suitable installation point
The correct viewing position must be determined in order to guarantee optimal
and selective flame monitoring. The flame must be easily visible for the flame
monitor regardless of the load range of the burner and, if possible, there must
not be any flames from adjacent burners in the sight axis.
The DLX 101, DLX 701 has an angle of view of approx. 6, and this should
always be oriented towards the root of the flame (ignition point of the flame),
i.e. the first third of the flame.
To facilitate alignment of the flame monitor with the flame, the DURAG digital
display D-ZS 087-20 can be connected to the service test socket. This
displays the flame intensity as a pulse signal in the range of 0 - 4080 and
provides further assistance for adjusting the switching threshold. More detailed
information on the D-ZS 087-20 can be found in chapter 6.5 on page 57.

5.2.2 Mounting the flange


The DLX 101 is mounted on a sighting tube with a G1" male thread
connection.
V Safety screw

< Purge air connection

< Sighting tube connection

Figure 5.1 Safety screw

First of all, fasten the (black) front part of the Compact Flame Monitor with the
purge air connection to the sighting tube.
The (blue) device part can then be tightened on it by hand with the coupling
ring located on the front part.
The flame monitor should be routinely checked to ensure that the optics are
clean and that the monitor is firmly mounted in the front part.
The coupling ring is provided with fastening protection by a safety screw (2
mm Allen key). Ensure that the flame monitor has been mounted correctly and
that the safety screw is tight.
Various swivel mounts in series D-ZS 033 are available for optimising
alignment with the flame (see Figure 5.2).

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Dimensional drawing Swivel mount D-ZS 033-I

Flame sensor

G 1

Viewing pipe

LE603-27-004

Flame

Figure 5.2 Dimensional drawing of swivel mount (opt. for DLX 101) D-ZS 033-I

Legend:

CAUTION

Pos.

Quantity

Designation

Material

Welding flange

1.0718, galvanised surface

Flange

Al, leg. 230

Ball joint

Al, leg. 230

Hexagon bolt

M10x60 DIN 558

Plain washer

10.5 DIN 125

Gasket

Graphite tape, asbestos-free

The purge air supply must be reliably ensured when mounting the DLX 101
to the sighting tube. The purge air serves to protect the system mounted on
the boiler. The purge air shields components from hot and/or aggressive
gases and dusts. If the purge air fails, the lens can quickly become soiled and
the device can overheat due to heat accumulation and be destroyed.

5.2.3 Electrical connection


Assembly occurs in accordance with the dimensioned drawing of the Compact
Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 (see Figure 9.2 page 78). The electrical

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installation is performed in compliance with the customary local regulations


and the wiring diagram.
The class of protection of the flame monitor complies with IP65. This
protection only exists if the housing cover is fitted. Operation of the Compact
Flame Monitor when open is not permitted.
The Compact Flame Monitor can bridge power failures up to 20ms.
Location of the fuses F1 and F2 is visible from the photo.

Fuse F2

Fuse F1

Figure 5.3 Location of the device fuses (panel No. 03)

The housing cover must be removed in order to adjust the switching threshold,
the current gain and the filter, and to replace fuses (switch off operating
voltage beforehand). When fitting the housing cover back on, make sure that
the printed circuit boards slide correctly into the guide rails and that the
connection lines are not pinched.

To prevent possible interference effects due to transient currents on the


protective conductor (e.g. currents from an ignition device against protective
conductor potential), DURAG D-ZS 117-I insulators may be used between
sighting tube and flame monitor. In this case the tube or hose line for the purge
air connection of the flame monitor must also be made of non-conductive
material.

Once mounted and connected in accordance with the dimensional drawings


and wiring diagrams, the DLX 101, DLX 701 compact flame monitor is ready
for operation as soon as the mains voltage is switched on.

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The connection cable is wired inside the device housing already at the factory.
The connections can be used as shown in the following diagram.
green/yellow

1
F1

yellow
red

3
4

blue

Protective conductor
Not allocated
L+
L-

D-NG 24/05
L

L+

DC
Mains

LPE

AC power supply
Fault relay
F2
K1.2
Flame relay
K2.2

8
0 / 420mA

white

brown

green

AC
Mains
Protective
conductor

Contact circuit supply

Flame ON indication

Ready for operation

violet
Range B
orange
Flame intensity

0 Volt 10

11

black

pink

RS-485 A
(optional)

D-LX 101
D-LX 701

12

grey

RS-485 B

Terminal strip J2
Figure 5.4 Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701

5.2.4 Cables and shielding


The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 is designed for switching
24 VDC voltages via the fault and flame contacts. The contacts can generate
sparks when switching a load, which, in the case of long installation distances,
can affect other switching circuits such as the current output.
With longer distances, we generally recommend separating the 3 relay contact
wires + PE from the other wires as soon as possible (< 5 m), and laying both
in self-contained cables over longer distances. This current output should be
shielded, since the device-internal operating voltage (0 V), which is present at
the sensitive microprocessors, is conducted via this output.

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It is advisable to install a junction box near the flame monitor and to execute
the subsequent cabling with separate, shielded lines.
Over short distances (< 5 m) the lines are unsusceptible to interference and do
not need to be protected.
The cross-sections for the cables shown in individual wires q1 and q3 (see
Figure 5.5) can be defined according to the system-specific requirements. The
cross-section q2 must be large enough to ensure that the line resistance of
R 10 Ohm per wire is not exceeded. The DLX 101, DLX 701 will then still
operate reliably at 24 V -(200 mA x 2 x 10 Ohm) = 20 V.
3 wires for relay contacts (q1)
no shield necessary

Junction box

12

LX101-07-000

D-LX 101
D-LX 701

1 wire PE

2 wires RS 485 Fieldbus (q4)

max. 5m PVC cable,


2
shielded, 12 x 0,5 mm

shield necessary

3 wires for 24 VDC supply and


range selection (q2)
shield may be necessary

2 wires current output (q3)


shield necessary

Figure 5.5 Shielding of the electric cables

The DLX 101, DLX 701 has an electrically isolated design. There is no
connection between the 24 VDC supply voltage and the internal voltage of the
flame monitor. If faults occur after installation, the cause can be a ripple
voltage between the 0V potential of the supply and the internal operating
voltage.

LX101-12-001_de_uk

This can be remedied with a capacitive coupling C1= approx. 100 nF or by


eliminating the electrical isolation with a bridge B1.

Boiler

Sighting tube

D-LX 101
D-LX 701

1
2
PE

B1

C1

Supply

Figure 5.6 Capacitive coupling or elimination of the potential isolation

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5.2.5 Installation, purge air supply


The purge air connection of the flame monitor is responsible for keeping the
sighting tube and the optics free of particles from the combustion chamber. A
current of air, strong enough to blow away heavy particles, must therefore be
aimed toward the combustion chamber. In applications with low particle levels,
like gas burners, air velocities of v= 1 m/s will sufficiently purge the air in a
1" sighting tube (air consumption approx. 3m/h). Applications with higher
particle levels, like coal-fired burners, require more purge air (air velocity
v = 3 m/s). These velocities for the purge air in the sighting tube can only be a
guide value and must be adapted to the specific system. A G1/2" female
thread is provided for the purge air connection at the purge air flange of the
flame monitor.
The flame monitor should be routinely checked to ensure that the optics are
clean and that the monitor is firmly mounted in the front part.
If necessary, the purge air supply must be reliably ensured even when the
plant is in downtime. Failure of the purge air supply may not only result in
soiling of the lens of the DLX 101 due to an accumulation of heat, but the
device itself may also be affected.
The operator must therefore ensure that:

the purge air supply operates reliably and without interruption,

a failure is detected immediately.

Purge air connection 1/2" screw connection with female thread


Figure 5.7 Purge air connection

If using a fibre-optic system, the purge air supply of the DLX 701 is provided
via the fibre-optic supply. Information on its assembly and installation can be
found in the description of the optional fibre-optic system DLL 703/704.

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5.3 Commissioning
5.3.1 Measures before initial commissioning
Are the prerequisites for operation fulfilled?

Is the Compact Flame Monitor mounted in accordance with the dimensional


drawings and wiring diagrams, and is the fastening protection safety screw
correctly tightened?
(see page 41)

Is the power supply installed and switched on?


(see page 42)

Has the cabling work been carried out as described from chapter 5.2.3
Electrical connection
on page 42 ff.?

Is the purge air connected and operational?


(see page 41)

Have the settings in the device been made correctly, as described in chapter
0 Adjusting the Flame Monitor on page 51 ff?

CAUTION

Damage to property by unauthorised personnel


The person responsible for safety must ensure that only qualified (authorised)
personnel operate the measuring system described in this Manual.
Particular care must be taken to ensure that the warnings on operator
protection and measuring system protection specified in this Manual are
known and adhered to.
The purge air serves to protect the system mounted on the boiler. The purge
air shields components from hot and/or aggressive gases and dusts. If the
purge air fails, the lens can quickly become soiled and the device can overheat
due to heat accumulation and be destroyed.
The purge air supply must therefore be reliably ensured even during downtime
of the plant.

CAUTION

DLX 101, DLX 701

Damage to electronic components from


electrostatic discharge (ESD)
DURAG devices are protected from uncontrolled electrostatic discharge (ESD)
during closed operation. If the device is opened (e.g. for service or
maintenance work), appropriate ESD protective measures must be taken
beforehand.

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06
6
6

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6.1

Adjusting the current gain

6.2

Adjusting the switching threshold

6.3

Adjusting the highpass filter

6.4

Range selection

6.5

Setting aid D-ZS 087-20

6.6

Safety time

6.7
6.7.1
6.7.2
6.7.3
6.7.4

Modbus-Interface
Preface
Hardware and Setup Conditions
Modbus Protocol
DURAG Modbus DataMap

Adjusting the Flame Monitor

Adjusting the Flame Monitor


In this chapter we will explain how to use the DLX 101, DLX 701. We will
explain the setting options for different switches and provide information on
settings that must be made before commissioning to enable sensible use of
the system.

CAUTION

Damage to electronic components from electrostatic discharge


(ESD)
Electronic components are becoming ever smaller and more complex. As a
result, their susceptibility to electrostatic discharge also increases. To protect
these components, measures must be taken against electrostatic discharges
(ESD protection) when performing any work on the open device.

In order to guarantee fail safety, the flame monitor is equipped with a dualchannel microprocessor system, which controls all functions and self-checks
and monitors all safety-relevant timing sequences. The input and output states
are independently checked and compared by the processors. Only if they
agree is operation continued. The DLX 101, DLX 701 is equipped with two
rotary switches, settable in 10 stages, for the switching threshold of the Flame
ON signal. Each of these is allocated to one channel of the microprocessor
system, and they must both always be in the same position, otherwise an error
shutdown will occur after 8 seconds.
The DLX 101, DLX 701 also has two sets of 4 current gain settings (4 for
the A range and 4 for the B range) and a slide switch for changing the
highpass filter. To change the setting, the flame monitor must be disconnected
from the power source and the housing cover removed.

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6.1 Adjusting the current gain


The DLX 101, DLX 701 can be preset for two ranges and switched over as
required during operation. The purpose of the range switching is to enable the
use of the optimal current gain setting with the best ambient light-flame signal
ratio for two different operating states of the burner (e.g. gas and oil
operation).
Different current gain settings can be made for both ranges via the two 4-pin
sliding switches (S1 and S2; see Figure 6.1). Setting 4 is the highest and
setting 1 the lowest current gain. In delivery status, both current gain switches
are set to 4, as shown in Figure 6.1 , (only switch No. 4 is set to "on"). If you
are using different current gains, for safety reasons the current gain of the A
range must be smaller than that of the B range.
Active current gain:
4

Current gain
setting B
range

Current gain
setting A
range

Figure 6.1 Location of switches for the current gain setting (PCB No. 01)

If the flame monitor indicates an excessively high ambient light signal for the
Burner OFF operating state, this high background radiation can be suppressed
by reducing the current gain of the active range (A or B). However, the current
gain should only be reduced as far as necessary, as otherwise the flame to be
monitored may no longer be detected after starting the burner.

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6.2 Adjusting the switching threshold


Once the optimal current gain has been set, the switching threshold can be
adjusted. By adjusting the switching threshold, the commissioning engineer /
operator of the furnace plant decides for which flame signal (pulse frequency)
of the integrated flame sensor the ON or OFF flame indication will be
generated. This is selected in 10 stages using the two rotary switches (both
must have the same position, otherwise an error shutdown will occur after 8
seconds).
Switch position "0" corresponds to the highest switching threshold; the
integrated flame sensor must generate a high flame signal for a Flame ON
indication. Switch position "9" corresponds to the lowest switching threshold; a
small flame signal is sufficient for an ON indication by the flame monitor.
This setting enables the commissioning engineer / operator to define when the
flame monitor gives the ON or OFF indication !
The device's green LED for the Flame ON indication and the 0 / 4...20 mA
analogue output for the flame intensity, for example, are useful for setting the
necessary switch position. The digital display D-ZS 087-20 is helpful for finding
the best switching threshold setting. The potential extraneous light influence
must be taken into account when adjusting the switching threshold. This can
affect both multi-burner and single-burner systems. If the ambient light is too
high or the flame signal is too low, this can be rectified by selecting the optimal
current gain, see chapter 6.1 Adjusting the current gain from page 52.

Flame OFF setting:


When the burner is switched off, the switching threshold (switch-on threshold)
is set so high that the flame monitor does not see any ambient light and
always indicates "Flame OFF". If a Flame ON indication is still present even for
switching threshold "0", the current gain of the active range must be reduced.
The switching threshold must then be raised until:

the "Flame" LED (green LED) is dark,

the current of the flame intensity display is less than 5 / 8 mA,

the failsafe relay contact for the Flame ON indication is open.

Flame ON setting:
When the burner is switched on, the flame signal must always exceed the
switching threshold and indicate "Flame ON". The switching threshold must
then be lowered until:

DLX 101, DLX 701

the "Flame" LED (green LED) is illuminated,

the current of the flame intensity display is greater than 10 / 12 mA,

the failsafe relay contact for the Flame ON indication is closed.

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Example:

In a furnace plant, the switching threshold is adjusted so that a Flame ON


indication is always present for an adequate flame intensity in all load states,
i.e. the current of the flame intensity display is in the range of 10 / 12 - 20 mA.
In the event of an unacceptable deterioration in the flame pattern, the flame
signal (pulse frequency) must fall below the switch-off threshold and the safety
time set in flame monitor start running. After expiry of this time, the Flame OFF
indication is given and at the same time the green LED is switched off. The
current of the flame intensity display is less than 5 / 8 mA.
If the viewing position and the switching threshold of the flame monitor
are optimally set, the DLX 101, DLX 701 must always indicate a
switched off burner or an unacceptable deterioration in the flame pattern.
The influence of ambient light sources must not be allowed to generate a
defective system state.
When making modifications to the switching threshold, you must ensure that
the same switching threshold is activated on both rotary switches within
8 seconds, otherwise an error shutdown will result.
Rotary switch
position

Beginning of
range
0/4 mA

Switch-off
threshold

Switch-on
threshold
5/8 mA

End of range
20 mA

0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

2048
2560
2816
1536
1984
2208
1024
1431
1634
768
1088
1248
608
894
1036
384
626
746
256
448
544
128
288
368
64
132
166
32
56
68
9*
* Default switch position = 9 when the flame monitor is delivered

4095
3328
2650
2048
1750
1350
1024
768
336
128

Table 6.1 Adjusting the switching threshold


4500
4000

Pulse frequency

3500
3000

2500
2000

1500
Beginning of Range 0 / 4 mA
Shut-Off Threshold 5 / 8 mA

UG110-02-001

1000

Switch-On Threshold5 / 8 mA
End of Range 20mA

500
0

Rocker Switch Setting

Figure 6.2 Switching thresholds as a function of the switch position

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The following flow chart provides information on adjusting the switching


thresholds by measuring the current between terminals 9 and 10 (flame
intensity; see Figure 5.4 on page 44) and observing the "Flame" LED.
Start

Basic setting
(Rotary/current gain switch)

Burner "OFF"

Current output
< 5/8 mA
"Flame" LED OFF?

no

Reduce
current gain

yes
"Start" burner

Current display
> 5/8 mA
"Flame" LED ON?

Has current gain


already been increased?

no

no

Increase
current gain

(no: burner off)

yes

ja
Check viewing position /
orientation of flame
monitor and reset if
necessary.

Current output
< 5/8 mA
"Flame" LED OFF?

yes

no
Turn rotary switch one
step anticlockwise.
(optimise
switching
threshold)

Rotary switch
=9?

Current display
< 20 mA
"Flame" LED ON?

yes

LX101-09-000_Flussdiagramm einstellen Schaltschwellen

no

no

Turn rotary switch one


step anticlockwise.

yes

Current display
< 20 mA
"Flame" LED ON?

no

Turn rotary
switch one
step anticlockwise.

Rotary switch
=9?

no

yes

yes

Reduce current gain


characteristic curve
Current display
< 10/12 mA
"Flame" LED ON?

no

Turn rotary switch


one step clockwise.

yes
End

(the rotary switch has no turning limitation, so can be turned in any direction as often as desired!)

Figure 6.3 Flow chart; Adjusting the switching thresholds

The flame monitor must prevent simulation of a flame in all operating states
and under the most diverse environmental conditions / error conditions.
If both range A and range B are used, the settings must be made separately
for each range.
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When adjusting the current gain and the switching threshold, it can happen
that the Compact Flame Monitor no longer detects any flame for Burner ON
and switches the burner off.
With optimal adjustment of the viewing position, the current gain characteristic
curve and the switching thresholds, the flame monitor must always reliably
indicate a switched-off burner or an unacceptable deterioration in the flame
pattern. The influence of adjacent flames or other ambient light sources must
not be allowed to generate a defective system state. Any changes to the
setting by unauthorised persons must be prevented. All of this is the
responsibility of the commissioning engineer / operator!

6.3 Adjusting the highpass filter


The adjustment of the highpass filter provides a further aid for suppressing
extraneous light or distinguishing between flames from different fuels. When
the device is delivered, the sliding switch is set in the low position (low
frequency), to allow easy transmission of all flicker signals generated by the
combustion.
If an excessively high ambient light signal is present even for current gain 1,
the sliding switch (see Figure 6.4) is switched to the high position (both DIP
switches set to "ON"). This setting can also be helpful for selecting flames from
different fuels. If, for example, you wish to selectively monitor an oil flame
which is operated in a multi-burner system together with a coal dust burner,
this can be achieved with the aid of the highpass filter. Coal dust flames
generally have radiation signals in the lower flicker frequency range, while an
oil flame also has higher frequencies in the radiation signals. By setting the
sliding switch to the high position, the lower frequencies of the coal dust flame
are strongly suppressed, and a small flame signal is generated. On the other
hand, the higher frequencies of the oil flame can pass through the filter
undamped, and a high flame signal is indicated.
Highpass filter:

Low

High

Highpass filter
in low position

Figure 6.4 Position of the switch for the highpass filter setting (PCB No. 02)

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6.4 Range selection


The DLX 101, DLX 701 offers the selection of a second range (Range B).
The selection of the second range can occur automatically via the burner
control (e.g. in the event of fuel change, burner start, a defined boiler load or
with activation of flue gas recirculation), or manually, using an external switch.
The purpose of the range switching is to enable presetting of the optimal
current gain setting with the best ambient light flame signal ratio for two
different burner operating states (e.g. gas and oil operation), and to activate
these accordingly.

6.5 Setting aid D-ZS 087-20


By connecting the digital display D-ZS 087, the flame intensity can be
displayed as a pulse signal in the range of 0-4080. In addition, the minimum
and maximum values are stored and the switching thresholds calculated for
the Flame ON and Flame OFF ranges. This provides the commissioning
engineer with an aid for finding the optimal switching threshold between
ambient light (relay must remain safely in the OFF position) and flame (relay
must remain in ON position even with minimal flame intensity).
To connect the D-ZS 087-20 setting aid to the DLX 101, DLX 701 , remove
the housing cover from the Compact Flame Monitor and establish connection
via the internal service test socket. The digital display displays the flame
intensity as a pulse signal in the range of 0 4080 and assists in adjusting the
switching threshold.

Service test
socket
RJ-45

Figure 6.5 Location of the service test socket for connecting the digital display (PCB No. 02)

6.6 Safety time


The safety time is the response time of the flame monitor to an outage of the
flame signal (pulse frequency of the integrated flame sensor) and the resulting
switch-off of the relay contact for the Flame ON indication.
The DLX 101, DLX 701 has a default safety time of 1 second. Further safety
times that can be set upon request (factory setting) are 3 s and 5 s.
(also see Table 3.1 page 27)

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6.7 Modbus-Interface (optional)


This chapter deals with the device specific information about the Modbus
interface and the ModbusCard for the DLX 101, DLX 701. Therefore this
description is not a complete information about all parts of the Modbus
protocol.
You will find information about the DURAG Modbus and general Modbus
information in the separate DURAG Modbus Manual and on the Internet
(http://www.modbus.org/), respectively.

6.7.1 Preface
The () RS-485/Fieldbus-interface of the DLX 101, DLX 701 has the
purpose to deliver parameters and settings as well as monitoring the actual
status. For this the Modbus RTU (remote terminal unit) protocol is used.
It concerns a Master(Client) / Slave(Server) data communication. The
Compact Flame Monitor is always a "Slave" which means that it only reacts on
legal Modbus requests to its Modbus slave address.
With the RS-485 interface a data transfer over distances of up to 1200 m is
possible. A maximum of 32 devices may be switched in parallel to the (twisted
pair) 2-wire bus.

6.7.2 Hardware and Setup Conditions


The Compact Flame Monitor can be optionally equipped with a
RS-485/Modbus interface. The data link is made via terminal 11 (RS-485 A)
and 12 (RS-485 B). For details see Figure 5.4 on page 44. For the
preconnected cable the pink core corresponds to RS-485 A and the grey core
to RS-485 B on PCB card No. 3. For the data communication it generally is
important to pay attention to the correct termination of the data bus.

Figure 6.6 Position of switches and jumper for setting the Modbus (PCB No. 04)

The DLX 101, DLX 701 is equipped with a 120 Ohm terminating resistor,
which can be activated by jumper LK1.

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Function

Jumper setting

LK1
Jumper setting

no terminating of RS-485

not any jumper

termininating of RS-485

jumper 1-2

Table 6.2 LK1 (multi-pin-connector) PCB No 4; terminating RS485

Mode switch S1 is used to set the Modbus-Slave Address of the Compact


Flame Monitor. Legal addresses are from 1 to 247. Address 0 and 248 to 255
are no legal Modbus-Slave Addresses and must not be used (see Table
6.7 on page 60). At delivery the address is preset to "3".
Modbus ADDR

Switch setting
DIP-position

Switch setting
1

ADDR 0
(Broadcast)

off

off

off

off

off

off

off

off

ADDR 1

on

off

off

off

off

off

off

off

ADDR 2

off

on

off

off

off

off

off

off

ADDR 3

on

on

off

off

off

off

off

off

ADDR 4

off

off

on

off

off

off

off

off

ADDR 247

on

on

on

off

on

on

on

on

ADDR 248
(reserved)

off

off

off

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

on

(reserved)
ADDR 255
(reserved)

The factory-made presetting is marked bold under column Function.


Table 6.3: Adjustment of MODE-switch S1, Modbus address

Mode switch S2 DIP-Position 1 can change between the possible data transfer
rate 19200 bps [S2-1 = ON] und 9600 bps [S2-1 = OFF]. At delivery the
transfer rate is preset to "19200".
Data
transfer rate

Switch setting
DIP-position

Switch setting
1

9600 bps

off

(reserved)

19200 bps

on

(reserved)

The factory-made presetting is marked bold under column Function.


Table 6.4: Adjustment of MODE-Switch S2, Data transfer rate

The DLX 101, DLX 701 supports MODBUS-Protocol-Format RTU (remote


terminal unit) with the UART setting 8E1:
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Brief description

Startbit

Databits

Even-Parity

Stopbit

8E1

Table 6.5: MODBUS-Protocol-Format

6.7.3 Modbus Protocol


Modbus RTU Message Frame
Slave
Addess

Function
Code

Date

1 byte

1 byte

0 up to 252 byte(s)

CRC
2bytes
CRC Low

Table 6.6: MODBUS RTU Message Frame

| CRC Hi

Modbus Slave-Address Range


0

From 1 to 247

From 248 to 255

Broadcast
address

Slave individual addresses

Reserved

Table 6.7: MODBUS Slave-Address Range

Modbus Timing
The Message Response Time which is the minimum time from a ModbusRequest to a Modbus-Response is 10 ms.
Furthermore a new request should be made not until 10 ms after the complete
receipt of the Modbus-Response.

Request

Response
10 ms

New Request
10 ms

Modbus Function Code


The Compact Flame Monitor DLX 101, DLX 701 supports the following
Modbus Function Codes:
Function Code
03

06
16

Function Code Description


Read holding register (16Bit)

Write Single Register (16Bit)


Write Multiple Register (16Bit)

Table 6.8: MODBUS Function Code

When the DLX 101, DLX 701 receives an illegal Modbus-Request (e.g. if
Function Code is not supported or an illegal data address is requested) a
corresponding exception message will be returned.
Modbus-Exception 01 "ILLEGAL FUNCTION" will show in case of an illegal
Function Code.
Modbus-Exception 02 "ILLEGAL DATA ADDRESS" you will be replied when
trying to read or write to inexistent or protected memory.

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Modbus Function Code (0x03..0x04) Read 16BitRegisters


(for details see Modbus-Specification)
Request
Slave Address

1 Byte

0, 1..247

Function Code

1 Byte

0x010x04

Starting Address

2 Bytes

0x0000 to 0xFFFF

Quantity of
...Coils/Inputs
Input Registers

2 Bytes

0x0001 to 0x07D0
0x0001 to 0x007D

CRC

2 Byte

SA , FC

DATA

Table 6.9: MODBUS Function Code (0x03..0x04) Request

Response
Slave Address

1 Byte

0, 1..247

Function Code

1 Byte

0x030x04

Byte count of
Input Registers

1 Byte

Register Value

N* x 2 Bytes

Value

CRC

2 Byte

SA , FC

2 x N*

DATA

*N = Quantity of Registers
Table 6.10: MODBUS Function Code (0x03..0x04) Response

Modbus Function Code (0x06) Write Single 16BitRegister


(for details see Modbus-Specification)
Request
Slave Address

1 Byte

0, 1..254

Function Code

1 Byte

0x06

Register Address

2 Bytes

0x0000 to 0xFFFF

Register Value

2 Bytes

Value

CRC

2 Byte

SA , FC

DATA

Table 6.11: MODBUS Function Code (0x06) Request

Response
Slave Address

1 Byte

0, 1..254

Function Code

1 Byte

0x06

Register Address

2 Bytes

0x0000 to 0xFFFF

Register Value

2 Bytes

Value

CRC

2 Byte

SA , FC

DATA

Table 6.12: MODBUS Function Code (0x06) Response

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6.7.4 DURAG Modbus DataMap


Modbus Register and Address-Information for the DLX 101, DLX 701
Data format Single means 32 Bit Float Single Format corresponding
IEEE 754.
Parameter Description

Register
Register
Quantity Addr.[dec/hex]

Data
format

Content

Device information
Manufacturer name

10

0 / 0x0000

ASCII

DURAG

GmbH \x00\x00
\x00\x00 \x00\x00 \x00\x00

Device name

10

10 / 0x000A

ASCII

D-LX 101 \x00\x00 \x00\x00

Primary device
firmware revision

34 / 0x0022

BCD

01.30 R 1000

Secondary device
firmware revision

36 / 0x0024

BCD

01.00 R 0000

\x00\x00

\x00\x00 \x00\x00 \x00\x00 \x00\x00

Table 6.13: MODBUS register and address-information 1

Parameter Description

Register
Register
Quantity Addr.[dec/hex]

Data
format

Content

Bus information
Modbus address

128 / 0x0080

Word

1..247

Device protocol revision


common

129 / 0x0081

BCD

01.00

Device protocol revision


specific

130 / 0x0082

BCD

01.00

133 / 0x0085

Word

0x0000 [9600bps] / 0x0001 [19200bps]

Baud rate

Table 6.14: MODBUS register and address-information 2

Parameter Description

Register
Register
Quantity Addr.[dec/hex]

Data
format

Content

Note

Variable output
Primary variable PV

256 / 0x0100

Single

flame signal

PV unit code

258 / 0x0102

Word

0x1201[pulse/sec]

A)

PV status

259 / 0x0103

Binary

StatusCode

B)

Secondary variable SV

261 / 0x0105

Single

flame intensity

SV unit code

263 / 0x0107

Word

0x1202 [% FI]

A)

264 / 0x0108

Binary

StatusCode

B)

SV status

Table 6.15: MODBUS register and address-information 3

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Notes Parameter Modbus Register Content


A)

PV/SV unit code

Variable
unit code

Unit

0x1201

pulses/sec

0x1202

% FI

Description
Flame signal (pulse frequency)
Flame Intensity in percent

Table 6.16: MODBUS Function Code pulse frequency and flame Intensity

B) PV/SV status
The parameter PV status and SV status can assume the following binary
coded StatusBitCodes:
Status

StatusBitCode
R1

R0

no announcement

0x0000

0x0000

announcement: Info @ Actual message register

0x0000

0x0001

announcement: Info @ Actual critical error register

0x0000

0x0008

global failure

0x0000

0x0010

upper Limit value active (only PV Status)

0x0000

0x0100

lower Limit value active (only PV Status)

0x0000

0x0200

normal measuring

0x0000

0x1000

Table 6.17: MODBUS Function Code PV status und SV status

Register
Register
Quantity Addr.[dec/hex]

Parameter Description

Data
format

Content

Note

Variable output
PV upper limit value

512 / 0x0200

Single

flame-threshold

A)

PV lower limit value

514 / 0x0202

Single

flame-threshold

A)

PV measuring range code

520 / 0x0208

Word

0x0000 [Range A]
0x0001[Range B]

B)

PV type code

521 /0x0209

Word

0x1201[pulse/sec]

C)

SV upper limit value

544 / 0x0220

Single

25%

SV lower limit value

546 / 0x0222

Single

25%

SV measuring range code

552 / 0x0228

Word

0x0000 [Range A]
0x0001 [Range B]

B)

SV type code

553 / 0x0229

Word

0x1202 [% FI]

C)

Table 6.18: MODBUS register and address-information 4

DLX 101, DLX 701

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Notes Parameter Modbus Register Content


A)

PV upper/lower limit value


The parameter PV upper limit value corresponds to the Switch-OnTreshold and the parameter PV lower limit value corresponds to the
Switch-Off-Treshold (see Chapter 6.2 on page 53).

DLX 101,
DLX 701
Threshold-Setting

Parameter Content
PV lower limit value

PV upper limit value 1

2560

2816

1984

2208

1431

1634

1088

1248

894

1036

626

746

448

544

288

368

132

166

56

68

Table 6.19: MODBUS Function Code Adjusting the switching threshold

B)

PV/SV measuring range code


The parameter measuring range code contains the information about
the activated range (see chapter 6.4 on page 57).
An active Range A is indicated by the registervalue 0x0000
An active Range B is indicated by the registervalue 0x0001
DLX 101,
DLX 701
Measuring range

Parameter: PV/SV measuring range code

Range A

0x0000

Range B

0x0001

Table 6.20: MODBUS Function Code Measuring range

C)

PV/SV type code

Variable
unit code

Unit

0x1201

pulses/sec

0x1202

% FI

Description
Flame signal (pulse frequency)
Flame Intensity in percent

Table 6.16: MODBUS Function Code pulse frequency and flame Intensity

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Number
Registerof register Adr.[dec/hex]

Parameter Description

Data
format

Content

Note

Messages and Errors


Actual message register
Actual critical error register

1280 / 0x0500

Binary

Flame ON/OFF Message

A)

1292 / 0x050C

Binary

Error Code

B)

Table 6.21: MODBUS register and address-information 5

Notes Parameter Modbus Register Content


A)

Actual Message Register


The parameter Actual Message Register contains the following binary
coded Message Codes:

Message

Modbus Register Content


R3

R2

R1

R0

no message

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

Flame OFF

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0002

Flame ON

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0004

Table 6.22: MODBUS Function Code Actual message register

The information in the Actual Message Register will be reset after being read
by Modbus.
B)

Actual Critical Error Register


The parameter Actual Critical Error Register contains the DLX 101,
DLX 701 binary coded Error Code as shown in the following table (see
chapter 7.5 from page 70):

Error Code

DLX 101, DLX 701

Modbus Register Content


R3

R2

R1

R0

No Error

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

E01

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0001

E02

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0002

E03

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0004

E04

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0008

E05

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0010

E06

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0020

E07

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0040

E08

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0080

E09

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0100

E10

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0200

E11

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0400

E12

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x0800

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Error Code

Modbus Register Content


R3

R2

R1

R0

E13

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x1000

E14

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x2000

E15

0x0000

0x0000

0x0000

0x4000

Table 6.23: MODBUS Function Code Actual Critical Error Register

The following parameters are in the Device Specific Area of the DURAG
Modbus DataMap. Here you can find the essential parameters of the
DLX 101, DLX 701 in one block.
Parameter Description

Register
Anzahl

Register
Adr.[dec/hex]

Data
format

Content

Device Specivic Area

Note
see. chapter

safety time

2049 / 0x0801

BCD

1;3;5

flame signal

2050 / 0x0802

Word

0..4080dec

flame intensity

2051 / 0x0803

Word

0..100dec

flame-threshold

2052/ 0x0804

BCD

0..9

6.2

ErrorCode

2053 / 0x0805

Word

0x0000..0x000F

7.5

2054 / 0x0806

Binary

[A]0x0000 / [B] 0x0001

A)

Range

6.6

Table 6.24: MODBUS register and address-information 6

Notes Parameter Modbus Register Content


A) Range
The parameter Measuring Range Code contains the information about
the active range.
An active range A is indicated by the register value 0x0000.
An active range B is indicated by the register value 0x0001.

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DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

07
7

Maintenance

7.1

Customer service information

7.2

Safety

7.3

Maintenance intervals

7.4

Maintenance tasks

7.5
7.5.1

Fault
Messages

Maintenance

Maintenance
The DLX 101, DLX 701 is an easily maintained Compact Flame Monitor.
This chapter explains the necessary maintenance tasks, such as visual
inspections and cleaning.

7.1 Customer service information


Maintenance can also be performed by DURAG GmbH on request. The
measuring device DLX 101, DLX 701 can also be commissioned by
DURAG. The electrical installation must be performed by approved specialist
companies - please contact us if you require details. Our service addresses
and telephone numbers can be found in the Appendix on page 89.

7.2 Safety
WARNING

Danger of electric shock


Once the housing or accidental contact protection have been opened, live
parts are accessible. Before working on the device, the mains connecting
leads must therefore be disconnected from the power and protected against
unauthorised re-activation. If the accidental contact protection is removed, it
must be replaced before switching on the mains voltage.

CAUTION

Damage to property by unauthorised personnel


The person responsible for safety must ensure that only qualified (authorised)
personnel operate the measuring system described in this Manual.
Particular care must be taken to ensure that the warnings on operator
protection and measuring system protection specified in this Manual are
known and adhered to.

CAUTION

Damage to electronic components from electrostatic discharge


(ESD)
DURAG devices are protected from uncontrolled electrostatic discharge (ESD)
during closed operation. If the device is opened (e.g. for service or
maintenance work), appropriate ESD protective measures must be taken
beforehand.

7.3 Maintenance intervals


The DLX 101, DLX 701 is a low-maintenance Compact Flame Monitor with
plant-dependent maintenance intervals, which must be defined by the
operator. These depend on:

the dust in the combustion air

the type of fuel

the purge air volume

the general ambient conditions (e.g. climatic conditions at the measuring


point)
It is expedient to start with a short maintenance interval initially (typically
4 weeks), and then to gradually extend this to up to 6 months, depending on
the conditions.

DLX 101, DLX 701

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Maintenance

Independently of this, however, a check should be performed every four


weeks.
If maintenance of the flame monitor is omitted or is inadequate, failure of the
burner can be expected with increased soiling of the lens.

7.4 Maintenance tasks

Check the purge air unit, including the purge air hoses, for damage.

Check that the hose connections are leak-free and fit securely.

Check the optics (lens) of the flame monitor for soiling


Remove visible deposits with oil-free compressed air or with a soft lint-free
cloth (optical cleaning cloth or microfibre cloth), using water and alcohol if
necessary.
If soiling is frequently found on the outside of the lens, the purge air
volume must be adjusted.

The flame monitor is a type-examined device. Any interventions or


modifications will result in loss of the approval. Repairs may only be performed
by the manufacturer or his representatives, as only they can verify full
functionality following repair, by means of extensive long-term tests and
suitable test devices.

7.5 Fault
If an error is detected in the safety-relevant software and hardware components during internal self-monitoring of the flame monitor, an error shutdown
and internal lockout are triggered. The relays for flame indication and operational readiness drop out and the red LED in the front panel starts to flash.
The red LED flashes 5 times on its own, then the error diagnosis is activated,
i.e. the red and the yellow LEDs flash together. The number of flashes by the
yellow LED allow the commissioning engineer / operator to analyse the cause
of the error more accurately. The following error sources are indicated:

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Maintenance

7.5.1 Messages
Error codes of the DLX 101, DLX 701:
Error
code

Yellow
LED
flashes

Error source

Possible error cause

1.

1x

Synchronisation

Defective / faulty microprocessor circuit

2.

2x

2nd CPU

2nd CPU indicates an error (no display of its own)

3.

3x

FOS clock pulse

Defective clock pulse generation / faulty feedback

4.

4x

Flame indication relay

Defective activation / faulty feedback

5.

5x

Flame indication contact

Defective/faulty feedback from contact position

6.

6x

Status message relay

Defective activation / faulty feedback

7.

7x

Flame comparison

Faulty transmission of flame data

8.

8x

Switching threshold

Incorrect actuation of rotary switch

9.

9x

Safety time

Impermissible changes in solder jumper field

10.

10 x

PROM test

Defective / faulty microprocessor circuit

11.

11 x

RAM test

Defective / faulty microprocessor circuit

12.

12 x

Flag test

Defective / faulty microprocessor circuit

13.

13 x

CPU test

Defective / faulty microprocessor circuit

Table 7.1 CPU error codes

If an error is caused by a defect in the integrated flame sensor, the red and
green LEDs flash alternately !

A device fault is acknowledged by pressing the fault clearance key above the
LEDs. The flame monitor function can then be continued after a restart. All
LEDs go out when the fault clearance key is pressed. Fault clearance can
also be effected by temporarily removing the power supply, e.g. by
disconnecting the yellow 24V supply cable. This eliminates the need to open
the housing cover.
Irrespective of the device status (flame ON / OFF indication or fault), the relays
drop out after a mains break or actuation of the fault clearance key and the
flame monitor program restarts.
The flame monitor is a type-examined device. Any interventions or
modifications will result in loss of the approval. Repairs may only be performed
by the manufacturer or his representatives, as only they can verify full
functionality following repair, by means of extensive fatigue tests and suitable
test devices.

DLX 101, DLX 701

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DLX 701

Compact Flame Monitor

Appendix
8

Technical Data

8.1

Technical data of the basic device

8.2

Factory settings (default)

8.3

Technical data for the integrated flame sensor

8.4

Presettings

Plans and Drawings for DLX 101, DLX 701

9.1

Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701

9.2
9.2.1
9.2.2

Dimensional drawings
DLX 101
DLX 701

10

Standards and regulations

11

Glossary

12

Index

13

DURAG GROUP company addresses

Technical Data

Technical Data

8.1 Technical data of the basic device


Dimensions (incl. sighting tube
and purge air connection)

Approx. 80 x 80 x 250 mm

Weight

Approx. 1.25 kg

Permissible ambient
temperature

-20C bis +60C

Permissible operating mode

Intermittent operation and continuous operation

Safety time

1 s (other times upon request)

Electrical connection

2.0m cable 12 x 0.5mm (AWG 22) with complete


shielding

Housing

Plastic, fire-protected in accordance with UL94 V0, blue

Class of protection ( according


to EN 60529 )

IP 65 (corresponds to Nema 4x)

Power supply (F1)

24 VDC 20%

Power consumption

Approx. 5 W

Fuse protection

F1= 0.315 A, slow-blow, MST 250


F2= 0.5 A slow-blow, MST 250

Current output 0/4...20 mA

Flame intensity / Max. load 150 Ohm

Flame contact

Normally open contact; active, when Flame ON

Fault contact

Normally open contact; active, when no fault


(series connection with flame contact as second shut-off
criterion possible.)

Switching capacity of relay


contacts (F2)

Min:
Max:

10 VAC/DC,

at 24 VDC = 0.5 A
with spark quenching

Sighting tube connection

G 1" female thread

Purge air connection

G " female thread

DLX 101, DLX 701

10 mA
F2= 0.5A slow-blow

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Technical Data

8.2 Factory settings (default)


"Flame intensity" current output

4 - 20 mA

Safety time

1 sec.
If no special specifications are provided with the order, the DLX 101,
DLX 701 is delivered with the above-specified default settings. These
settings can only be changed in the factory and must be noted on the type
plate.

8.3 Technical data for the integrated flame sensor


Spectral sensitivity

190nm - 520nm
280nm - 410nm
300nm - 1100nm
780nm - 1800nm

DLX 101 UA
DLX 101 UAF
DLX 101 IS
DLX 101 IG

Flame sensor current gain

2 x 4-stage

Highpass filter

High and low setting

Ranges

2 (A and B)

Range selection (B)

24VDC 20%, I = approx. 6mA

Optical viewing angle

The flame monitor is provided with galvanic isolation between the supply
voltage (24 VDC) and the internal voltage. The current output is galvanically
connected to the internal voltage.
When the device is delivered, the relay contact for the Flame ON indication is
protected by a fuse F2 = 0.5 A/slow-blow (MST 250) for switching 24 VDC
voltages. If other voltages are connected, this must be changed accordingly.

8.4 Presettings
The switches described in chapter 0 are preset as follows at delivery:

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Flame sensor current gain

Stage 4

Highpass filter

low

Switching threshold

DLX 101, DLX 701

Plans and Drawings for DLX 101, DLX 701

Plans and Drawings for DLX 101, DLX 701

9.1 Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701


green/yellow

1
F1

yellow
red

3
4

blue

Protective conductor
Not allocated
L+
L-

D-NG 24/05
L

L+

DC
Mains

LPE

AC power supply
Fault relay
F2
K1.2
Flame relay
K2.2

8
0 / 420mA

white

brown

green

AC
Mains
Protective
conductor

Contact circuit supply

Flame ON indication

Ready for operation

violet
Range B
orange
Flame intensity

0 Volt 10

11

black

pink

RS-485 A
(optional)

D-LX 101
D-LX 701

12

grey

RS-485 B

Terminal strip J2
Figure 9.1 Wiring diagram DLX 101, DLX 701

CAUTION

DLX 101, DLX 701

The Flame ON indication must be supplied via fuse F2 at the "Supply contact
circuit" input.
Only non-reactive components like relay or contactor coils may be used at the
"ready for operation" contact output.
These measures provide protection against contact welding in accordance
with EN 298.

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9.2 Dimensional drawings


DLX 101

D-LX 101_Massbild_001

9.2.1

Figure 9.2 Dimensional drawing DLX 101

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Plans and Drawings for DLX 101, DLX 701

113

9.2.2 DLX 701

D-LX 701_Massbild_001

84

36
174

Figure 9.3 Dimensional drawing DLX 701

DLX 101, DLX 701

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Standards and regulations

10

Standards and regulations


The DURAG GROUP is well-known for its high quality standards and has been
certified to ISO 9001 for a number of years. The products are manufactured to
the high national, European and international standards.
The following are taken into account:

DLX 101, DLX 701

EN 61000-6-2

(2002)

EN 61000-6-3

(2002)

EN 61000-6-4

(2002)

EN 61000-6-5

(2002)

EN 61000-6-6

(2002)

EN 61000-6-11

(2002)

EN 55022 Class A

(2002)

FM 7610

(1997)

(certification under preparation)

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Glossary

11

Glossary

Ambient light influence


Radiation from static emitters, like
incandescent boiler components, can be
modulated by combustion air currents or
flue gas plumes. If the measured radiation
is in the range of the flame spectrum and
in the normal flicker frequency range
(approx. 10 to 200 Hz) of a flame,
monitoring systems can mistakenly detect
a flame signal. Modern flame monitor
systems must be able to filter out this
"ambient light influence". The background
radiation generated by adjacent burners
is also referred to as ambient light
influence.
Claus plant
All H2S--containing exhaust gases that
develop are processed in the Claus plant.
The toxic H2S is converted into
elementary sulphur and water during this
process.
CPU
The main processor (Central Processing
Unit; abbreviated to CPU]), often also
simply referred to as the processor in
general usage, is the central processor of
a computer, which controls all other
components.
Data bus
The bus is a frequently used term in data
processing for a wiring system for data
exchange between potentially more than
two nodes.
A bus is a wiring system with associated
control components, which serves for the
exchange of data and/or energy between
hardware components. Bus systems are
particularly used inside computers and to
connect computers to peripheral devices,
but also in the control of machines.
A
field
bus
is
an
industrial
communication system, which connects a
multitude of field devices such as probes
(sensors), actuating elements and drives
(actuators) to a control device. Field bus
technology was developed in the 80s, in
order to replace the previously standard
parallel wiring of binary signals and
analogue signal transmission with digital
transmission technology.

marking RS which means Radio Sector.


Information about the interface see
() RS485
Low-NOx
In this incineration technique, the flame
temperature is reduced by recirculating
exhaust gases from the combustion
chamber of the heating boiler, so that the
flame is cooled. This results in a
considerable reduction in pollutants,
particularly nitrogen oxides.
Modbus (interface communication)
The Modbus protocol is a communication
protocol based on a master/slave or
client/server architecture. Modbus has
become a facto standard in industry, as it
is an open protocol.
A master (e.g. a PC) and several slaves
(e.g. measurement and control systems)
can be connected by means of Modbus.
RJ-45
Registered jack and the abbreviation RJ
in conjunction with a number (e.g. RJ-45)
stands for the telephone cables
standardised by the US American
Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) and the connectors and jacks used
for this purpose. RJ plug connections are
now used worldwide for telephone and
network connections. These connectors
are usually used in unison with twisted
pair wires.
RS485 interface
current() EIA485
- analogous to the RS422 interface - has
been developed for serial high-speed
data transfer over long distances (approx.
1200 m) and is becoming increasingly
widespread in the industrial sector.
The data cables must be implemented as
twisted pairs.
Safety time
The safety time is the time difference
between the point when the flame is
extinguished and falls below the set
Flame OFF value, and the Flame OFF
signal by the flame monitor

EIA485
EIA (for Electronic Industries Alliance)
formerly named their standards with the
DLX 101, DLX 701

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Index

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Index

A
Adjusting
Current gain 51
Highpass filter 55
Switching threshold 52
Adjustment aid, optical 26
Ambient light influence 83
Approvals 29

B
Ball-type valve 26
Bar graph display 27

C
Checklist
Prerequisite for operation 48
Class of protection 44
Claus plant 83
Company addresses 89
Connection
Power supply 43, 48
Purge air supply 47
Cross-sections 46
Current gain, active 51

D
DLX 101, DLX 701
IG 25
IS 25
UA 25
UAF 25
Data bus 83
Design variants 25
Digital display 26, 42, 56
Dimensional drawing
DLX 101 78
DLX 701 79
DIP-Switch
S1 58
S2 58

DLX 101, DLX 701

EIA485 83
Error codes of the DLX 101, DLX 701 71
Error shutdown 35, 36, 50

F
Fault 70
Fault clearance 71
Field bus 83
Fields of application 28
Flame OFF signal 52
Flame sensor
Infrared 34
Ultraviolet 34
Flow chart, Adjusting the switching thresholds
54
Functional description 33
Fuse protection 75
Fuses 44

H
Hazard
from electrical equipment 18
to the device due to purge air failure 20
Heat insulator with potential isolation 26
Highpass filter 55

I
Installation point, suitable 42
Installation, flange 42

J
Jumper LK1 57
Junction box 26

L
Line resistance 46
Low-NOx 83

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Index

M
Maintenance 69
Intervals 69
Tasks 70
Meaning of the LEDs 37
Messages of the DLX 101, DLX 701 71
MODBUS 83
Data transfer rate 58
Function Code 59
Function Code (0x03..0x04) Request 60
Function Code (0x03..0x04) Response 60
Function Code (0x06) Request 60
Function Code (0x06) Response 60
Function Code Actual Critical Error Register 65
Function Code Actual message register 64
Function Code Adjusting the switching threshold 63
Function Code Measuring range 63
Function Code pulse frequency and flame Intensity
62, 63
Function Code PV status und SV status 62
Protocol -Format 59
Register and address-information
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6

61
61
61
62
64
65

R
Range selection 56
Range switching 56
Regulations 81
RS485 interface 83

S
Safety instructions, general 17
Safety screw 42
Safety time 27, 56, 76, 83
Scope of supply 25
Selection criteria Compact Flame Monitor 29
Self-monitoring 35
Setting aid D-ZS 087-20 56
Settings 50
Settings, optional 27
Shielding 45
Special accessories 26
Spectral sensitivity 76
Standards 81
Switching capacity of relay contacts 75
Swivel mount 26, 43

RTU Message Frame 59


Slave-Address Range 59
Modbus plug-in card, optional 26, 27
Modbus-Interface 57
Mode-switch
S1 58
S2 58

N
Notes
Environmental protection 14
Notes
General tip or information 14

P
Personnel, qualified 20
Power failure 44
Power supply 26
Presettings 76

Technical data 75
Basic device 75
Configuration of inputs and outputs 75
Default settings 76
Factory settings 76
Integrated flame sensor 76
Presettings 76
Terminating RS485 58
Test light source, combined 26
Transport 41
Tropicalisation of printed circuit boards 27
Type approval 17
Type plate 30
Typographical conventions 12

U
Use, proper 20

V
Viewing position 42

W
Warnings, gen.

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Index
High risk - Danger 14
Lower risk - Caution 14
Medium risk - Warning 14
Warnings, meaning. 13
Warnings, spec.
Electric current 14

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ESD 14
Explosion 14
General warning sign 14
Hot surface 14
Warranty 30
Wiring diagram 77

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DURAG GROUP company addresses

DURAG GmbH

DURAG France Sarl

Kollaustr. 105 22453 Hamburg


Tel. +49 40 55 42 18 0
Fax +49 40 58 41 54
E-mail: info@durag.de

Parc GIP Paris Charles de Gaulle


49 rue Lonard de Vinci
BP 70166
95691 GOUSSAINVILLE
France
Tel. +33 1 30 18 11 80
Fax +33 1 39 33 83 60
E-mail: info@durag-france.fr

DVN DURAG Vertrieb Nord

Kollaustr. 105 22453 Hamburg


Tel. +49 40 55 42 18 0
Fax +49 40 58 41 54
E-mail: dvn@durag.de
DVO DURAG Vertrieb Ost

Meiner Ring 4 09599 Freiberg


Tel. +49 37 31 30 04 0
Fax +49 37 31 30 04 22
E-mail: durag.freiberg@durag.de
DVS DURAG Vertrieb Sd

Weidenweg 16 73087 Bad Boll


Tel. +49 71 64 9 12 25 0
Fax +49 71 64 9 12 25 50
E-mail: info@dvs-badboll.de
DVW DURAG Vertrieb West

An der Pnt 53a 40885 Ratingen


Tel. +49 21 02 74 00 0
Fax +49 21 02 74 00 28
E-mail: dvw@durag.de

DURAG UK Office

Honeysuckle Cottage
Ridding Bank
Stoke-on-Trent
Staffordshire, ST4 8SB
Great Britain
Tel. +44 17 82 65 76 66
Fax +44 17 82 64 60 20
E-mail: durag.uk@durag .de
DURAG, Inc.

Southridge Business Center,


1355 Mendota Heights Road,
Suite 200
Mendota Heights,
Minnesota MN 55120
USA
Tel. +1 65 14 51 17 10
Fax +1 65 14 57 76 84
E-mail: info@durag.com
Durag India Instrumentation Private Limited

#143/16, 4th Main Road,


Industrial Town, Rajajinagar
Bangalore 560 044
India
Tel.: + 91 80 23 14 56 26 & 23 14 56 27
Fax: + 91 80 23 14 56 26 & 23 14 56 27
Extn. 30
E-mail: info@duragindia.com

DLX 101, DLX 701

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GmbH Kollaustrae 105 22453 Hamburg www.durag.de