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The Ramén Ball Sector Valve was launched in 1967 and since then many thousands of valves have been installed in:

  • Pulp & paper industry
  • Mineral ore processing
  • Wastewater and water treatment plants
  • Gas handling & production
  • Chemical industry
  • Cement industry
  • Steel works

Because of its self draining, accurate flow control, superior resistance to abrasion, easy to automate and install in line and its excellent seat tightness in critical conditions, they are recommended for:

  • Paper stock and other slurries
  • Suspensions with abrasive liquids like iron minerals, barbotine, ash, sand, lime slurry etc…
  • Caustic and acid solutions
  • Air, oxygen, methane, nitrogen and ammoniac Oils and hard waters
  • Aceites y aguas duras
  • The regulation of high flows and abrasive fluids

RAMÉN the Best Choice for Abrasionfont
Ramén valves are manufactured in stainless steel AISI 316, titanium and nodular cast iron, covered with soft rubber, with DN from 25 to 400mm and work with flows that reach 6000m3/h. They have a wafer design for mounting between flanges PN10 – 40 and ANSI 125 ? 600 Lbs.

Their limitations are 40bar and 200ºC. All these combinations joined in their design makes them the best choice for abrasion. The valve design of the sector ball when it is in the regulating position (the moment of increased velocity of the fluid and erosion) helps prevent wearing of the control ball sector and obtains very good sealing tightness when in the closed position compared to other types of valves used for the same application.

(Español) Válvula de control de bola de sector Válvula de control de Bola de Sector RAMEN Tipo KS, KSP, KSM… Download
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