Lined Ball Valves


Fully Lined Full Port High Performance Ball Valves.

The Aegis® LBF series valves are ideally suited for the stringent performance requirements demanded with wet chlorine gas and aqueous hydrochloric acid applications. The LBF series valves are designed to offer long-term maintenance-free security against the harmful effects of fugitive emissions. Valves for chlorine service are thoroughly cleaned and packaged according to our factory procedures and conform to the Chlorine Institute Pamphlet #6 specifications.
LBF Valve Standard Features
Application Reliable Isolation and Control of Corrosive and Highly-Toxic Process Liquids and Gas
Standards 16.5, 16.10, 16.42, API 598
Size 1/2"-8"
Body Material PFA Lined ASTM A395 DI
Trim One Piece PFA Lined 316SS Ball and Stem
Temperature Rating -40°F to 400°F
Pressure Rating 250 PSIG (A-395 DI)
Process Sealing Bubble Tight per API 598
Stem Sealing Live Loaded Paraflon U-Cup Seal
Connection Type ASME 150#
Control Characteristics Equal Percentage
Flow Direction Bi-Directional
Design Benefits
Patent Pending Live Loaded Stem Sealing System,
Patent Pending Energized Middle Flange Connection,
Mechanically Locked Valve Lining,
Standard Lockable Lever Handle,
Maintenance Free Design,
Extended Bonnet,
Minimum Cavity Space,
Bidirectional Zero Leakage,
One Piece Ball & Stem,
ISO 5211 Actuator Mounting,
Double-D Stem Profile,
NPT Leak Detection Port,
Low Operating Torque
Applicable Standards
ASME B16.5 - Standard Flange Dimensions
ASME B16.10 - Face-to-Face and End-to-End Dimensions of Valves
ASME B16.42 - Valve Body Minimum Wall Thickness
API 598 - Details for the Testing and Inspection Requirements for Ball Valves
MSS SP-54 - Quality Standard for Radiographic Examination of Steel Castings
MSS SP-61 - Pressure Testing Standards of Steel Valves
Chlorine Institute Pamphlet #6 - Piping Systems for Dry Chlorine
ISO 5211 - European Standard Requirements for the Attachment of Part-Turn Actuators

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