Sep. 23, 2021
As a check valves supplier, I will show you 5 different types of check valves.
Swing Check Valve
The disc of the swing check valve is disc-shaped, and it rotates around the shaft of the valve seat passage. Because the passage in the valve is streamlined, the flow resistance is smaller than that of the lift check valve. It is suitable for low flow rates and infrequent changes in flow. It is not suitable for pulsating flow, and its sealing performance is not as good as the lifting type. Swing check valves are divided into three types, single-leaf type, double-leaf type and multi-half type. These three types are mainly classified according to the valve diameter. The purpose is to prevent the medium from stopping or flowing backwards and weaken the hydraulic shock.
Lift Check Valve
A check valve whose disc slides along the vertical centerline of the valve body. A lift check valve can only be installed on a horizontal pipeline. A round ball can be used for the disc of a high-pressure small diameter check valve. The valve body shape of the lift check valve is the same as the stop valve (which can be used in common with the stop valve), so its fluid resistance coefficient is relatively large. Its structure is similar to the stop valve, and the valve body and disc are the same as the stop valve. The upper part of the valve disc and the lower part of the valve cover are processed with guide sleeves. The disc guide can be lifted and lowered freely in the valve guide. When the medium flows downstream, the disc opens by the thrust of the medium. When the medium stops flowing, the disc depends on its It falls on the valve seat to prevent the medium from flowing backward. The direction of the medium inlet and outlet channel of the straight-through lift check valve is perpendicular to the direction of the valve seat channel; the vertical lift check valve has the same direction of the medium inlet and outlet channels as the valve seat channel, and its flow resistance is smaller than that of the straight-through type.
Butterfly Type Check Valve
One of the most commonly used check valves is a check valve in which the disc rotates around a pin shaft in the valve seat. The butterfly check valve has a simple structure and can only be installed on a horizontal pipeline with poor sealing performance.
Muffler Check Valve
It refers to the valve that automatically opens and closes the valve clack depending on the flow of the medium itself to prevent the medium from flowing back. It is also called check valve, one-way valve, silencing check valve, reverse flow valve, and back pressure valve.
Rubber Flap Check Valve
The parts design is mainly composed of three main parts: valve body, valve cover and rubber flap. The rubber flap in the valve is made of steel plate, steel rod and reinforced nylon cloth as the substrate, and the outer layer is covered with rubber. The valve flap has a life of up to 1 million times. The H44X (SFCV) series rubber flap check valve adopts a full flow area design, which has the characteristics of small head loss, not easy to accumulate debris, and easy maintenance. It is mainly suitable for horizontal installation of water supply and drainage system, and can be installed at the outlet of the water pump to prevent backflow and water hammer from damaging the pump. The H44X (SFCV) series rubber flap check valve can also be installed on the bypass pipe of the water inlet and outlet pipes of the reservoir to prevent the pool water from flowing back into the water supply system.
Check valve refers to the valve that automatically opens and closes the disc depending on the flow of the medium itself to prevent the medium from flowing back, also known as check valve, one-way valve, reverse flow valve and back pressure valve. The check valve is a kind of automatic valve, its main function is to prevent the back flow of the medium, prevent the pump and the drive motor from reversing, and the discharge of the container medium. Check valves can also be used to supply pipelines where the pressure of the auxiliary system may rise above the system pressure. Check valves can be divided into swing check valves (rotating according to the center of gravity) and lift check valves (moving along the axis).
The function of this type of check valve is to only allow the medium to flow in one direction and prevent the flow in the opposite direction. Usually this kind of valve works automatically. Under the action of the fluid pressure flowing in one direction, the valve flap opens; when the fluid flows in the opposite direction, the fluid pressure and the self-coincidence of the valve flap act on the valve seat, thereby cutting off the flow.
Among them, the check valve belongs to this type of valve, which includes swing check valve and lift check valve. The swing check valve has a hinge mechanism and a valve disc like a door that rests freely on the inclined valve seat surface. In order to ensure that the valve clack can reach the proper position of the valve seat surface every time, the valve clack is designed in a hinge mechanism so that the valve clack has enough space for turning and makes the valve clack truly and comprehensively contact the valve seat. The valve clack can be made of metal, or it can be inlaid with leather, rubber, or synthetic covering, depending on the performance requirements. When the swing check valve is fully opened, the fluid pressure is almost unimpeded, so the pressure drop through the valve is relatively small. The valve disc of the lift check valve is located on the sealing surface of the valve seat on the valve body. Except that the disc can be raised and lowered freely, the rest of the valve is like a shut-off valve. The fluid pressure lifts the disc from the seat sealing surface, and the backflow of the medium causes the disc to fall back onto the seat and cut off the flow. According to the conditions of use, the valve clack can be an all-metal structure, or it can be in the form of a rubber pad or a rubber ring inlaid on the valve clack frame. Like a shut-off valve, the passage of fluid through the lift check valve is also narrow, so the pressure drop through the lift check valve is larger than that of the swing check valve, and the flow rate of the swing check valve is restricted.