DMN-WESTINGHOUSE HP200 High Pressure Rotary Valve 360°

The DMN-WESTINGHOUSE  HP high pressure rotary valve has a very important advantage in air leakage: the special configuration of the body and rotor does not only protect product against degradation, it also does not allow any axial air leakage. This means that this valve has an air leakage reduction of one third against other standard high pressure valves.

DMN High Pressure Rotary Valve presented at POWTECH 2016
DMN High Pressure Rotary Valve presented at POWTECH 2016

The DMN-WESTINGHOUSE  HP rotary valves with specially designed inlet are very suitable for applications in the metering and pneumatic conveying of granular formed products under a high pressure of maximum 3.5 bar g. The configuration of the body, rotor and seals has been specifically developed to minimise degradation of the product which runs through it, whilst retaining the best possible pocket filling efficiency.

The HP valves are supplied with a 316 stainless steel body and aluminium end covers, in order to have maximum protection against wear. The standard full end disc rotor is made of 316 stainless steel and has 12 fixed blades. Due to the state of the art manufacturing facility, a high accuracy and tight rotor clearances can easily be attained. The end covers have outboard bearings, lubricated and sealed for life. The special construction of the shaft sealing guarantees the lowest air leakage. All models offer optimum venting through the large vent hole, so a maximum product flow into the vented pockets is guaranteed . DMN-WESTINGHOUSE fits SEW drives as their standard.


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  1. The rotary valve is equipped with a venting pipe. Assume some dust is accumulated in the pipe. Could this dust fall back into the rotary valve, when the rotary is stopped. And if so will this cumulated dust be transported with the product in case the rotary valve is started to operate again?

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