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DRAG® 100D

Control Valve
n CCI-THE
WORLD LEADER
IN SEVERE SERVICE
CONTROL VALVES

SEVERE Many valves are marketed for critical service


SERVICE control but few can provide the complete solution
needed for the grueling conditions of severe
service. The DRAG® lOOD valve was designed
solely for this purpose — to meet your specific
control valve needs. Whatever your application, for
severe service control, there is only one intelligent
choice: CCI’s DRAG® lOOD control valve.

SOLUTIONS The DRAG® lOOD control valve provides the


complete solution because it eliminates problems of
cavitation, noise, erosion and vibration by
effectively controlling fluid velocity.

TECHNOLOGY The technologically advanced design of the DRAG®


disk stack trim controls fluid velocities by forcing the
fluid through a series of right angle turns, the exact
number of turns is scientifically calculated to
achieve low fluid velocities consistent with the
needs of the application. This assures long, trouble-
free control valve life

PROVEN CCI has more than 20 years of experience serving


EXPERIENCE the critical service control valve needs of the power,
petroleum, chemical, pulp and paper, and marine
industries Today's DRAG® valves combine this
experience to work for you to provide the following
key benefits

Increased plant production


n Proven, highly reliable valve performance and
longer intervals between maintenance.

Lowest overall cost


n Easy maintenance quick change trim, no
screwed or welded seats.
n Long trim life.
n Elimination of damaging cavitation, noise and
pipe vibration.
n Custom valve designs to fit your piping
constraints. Fewer valves, needed because the
DRAG® valve can often do the job of multiple,
parallel valves.
n Reduced leakage costs. Tight shutoff prevents
heat loss due to seal and seat leakage.
n Reduced system costs: In many applications,
block valves, orifices and/or multiple controls
can be eliminated.
Product
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Range Specifications
DRAG lOOD control valves are available in a wide range of
sizes, pressure classes, materials and configurations:

Pressure Drop Up to 40
Stages

Sizes ¼” to 36”

Pressure ANSI 150 to 4500

Ratings DIN 10 to 400

Fluid Metal Seat: -2500F to 10500F


Temperature Range -1600 C to 5650 C
Soft Seat: See Figure 8

Body Style Globe or Angle design

Connection Type Flanged or Buttweld (Raised face or


ring-type flanges per ANSI B16.1 1;
burtweld per ANSI 16.25; special ends
including various clamped-joint hub
configurations)

Seat Face Design Metallic or Soft Seat

Bonnet Style Metal seal or Gasket seal body-to


bonnet joint (see Figure 4A-B)

Disk Stack Guiding Metal or soft-seated

Plug Design Unbalanced (see Figure 4B)


Balanced (see Figures 4A, 5)
Pressurized seat (see Figures 6A-6C)

Characteristic Linear, equal %, Quick Open or


Custom Design

Rangeability Minimum of 30:1, Up to 300:1 for


larger valves, designed to meet
application needs

Materials Carbon steel, chrome moly, stainless


steel, and all other ANSI B 16.34
material (see Table 2 for commonly
used materials)

Shutoff Unbalanced Plug:


Capabilities Soft Seat - Metal Seat -
ANSI Class VI ANSI Class V

Balanced Plug:
Soft Seat - Metal Seat--
ANSI Class VI ANSI Class IV or V
MSS-SP-6 1
Pressurized Seat Plug:
Metal Seat -
MSS-SP-6 1

Maximum Metal Seat: Up to full ANSI rating


Pressure Drop Soft Seat: See Figure 8
APPLICATIONS
®
CCI’s DRAG lOOD control valves have been used in thousands of OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION
Transmission and Refining includes
severe service applications worldwide. They are designed to handle high
LNG and Petrochemicals
pressure liquids and gases such as steam, water, petroleum products,
and chemicals. Years of research and experience in numerous
• Pump minimum flow • Pipeline anti-surge
applications have proven the superiority of the DRAG® valve in critical
® control • Methanol injection W
applications. So much so, that the DRAG valve is the only valve that
many companies will install in applications crucial to their plant’s • Feed control • Heavy oil letdown
operation. And, even if your application is not a critical one, monetary • Fire water pump discharge! • Pump recirculation
savings justify your choice of the DRAG® valve. The list below identifies • minimum flow Compressor • Steam vent to atmosphere
some typical DRAG® valve applications from several industries. anti-surge! kickback • Spent potash recycle
• Blowdown discharge to • Pressure control
vent or flare liquid/vapor
• Gas injection • Feedstock control
• Separator pressure • Rich amine
• and level control • Ethylene letdown
• Oil/gas pipeline • Ammonia letdown
• pressure control • Letdown flow control from
• Gas storage catalytic reactors
• pressure letdown
• Pipeline surge relief Gas
flow regulators

OTHERS
• Pump test loops
• Deep mines flood control

Velocity Control
High fluid velocities through the trim are a principal source
of severe service control valve problems. The damaging
effects of CAVITATION, EROSION, HIGH NOISE and
STEAM PRODUCTION In fossil-fired or nuclear power plants, PIPE VIBRATION are typical signs that velocities are not
being controlled (see Figure 1). Velocity problems are
cogeneration facilities, and other industries handling high pressure ®
eliminated in the DRAG lOOD control valve.
water or steam.
• Main and booster feedwater • Auxiliary steam
regulation Start-up and main • Main steam and reheat steam
feedpump recirculation attemperator spray
Deaereator level control • High level heater drains
• Condensate booster pump • HP coolant injection (HPCI)
recirculation • Reactor core isolation cooling
• Atmospheric steam dump • (RCIC)
• Turbine bypass • Core spray
• Sootblower control • Residual heat removal (RHR)
• Once-through boiler start-up • Steam generator blowdown
(base-loaded and cycling units) • Pressurizer PORV
• System start-up: B&W, CE, F\X/ • CVCS letdown
and licensees • Sampling
Key Design Features
Flexible Characterization
By combining CCI’s unique capability to easily vary the
number of turns in each disk passage, the number of passages
in each disk, and the number of disks in each stack, CCI has an
ability unequaled in the industry to meet your most demanding
flow characterization and rangeability requirements.

The DRAG® Valve Concept


CCI’s patented DRAG® disk stack controls flowing
velocities throughout the valve trim by forcing the process fluid
to follow a tortuous path of right angle turns. The resistance to
flow provided by these turns (or stages) limits the trim exit
velocity to a safe level, regardless of the pressure drop. The
DRAG® valve eliminates problems resulting from excessive
fluid velocities such as trim and body erosion, noise, vibration
and poor process control.

Exceptional Shutoff
Critical service valves often need exceptional shutoff
performance to withstand long periods of closure at high-
pressure drops. Proper valve plug style, seat design, and
seat and gasket loading are critical elements
that make the difference between proper
operation and premature valve failure. Through
the use of computer analysis, we ensure that the
The fluid path through the trim is a series of expanding DRAG® lOOD control valve meets your shutoff
passage grooves in a metal disk (see Figure 2). The 90- challenge with what we believe are the highest
degree turns in the path reduce the pressure in many steps, to standard seat loads in the industry.
maintain control of the fluid velocity at all points throughout the
trim. By varying the number of turns, the DRAG® trim is Stable Process Control
designed to control the damaging velocities in your specific Capacity can be varied for each of the
application. disks in the disk stack. Not only is the velocity
DRAG® valves also eliminate the need for downstream controlled, but the fluid flow capacity is also
orifices because they control velocity in the valve. matched to your system design requirements to
The flow path in the DRAG® valve trim is intentionally guarantee stable control.
designed quite small to optimize its pressure reducing qualities. In addition to the disk stack, stable control
However, when contaminated fluids must flow through the is also achieved by other unique DRAG® trim
DRAG® valve, the trim is made with thicker disks, larger, deeper design features. Standard DRAG® disk stacks
passages, and multiple inlet ports to prevent blockage. have pressure equalizing ring (P E R) grooves
built into them (see Figure 3) and each disk is
made with a land on the I.D. so that localized
pressure from each disk’s outlet is equalized
around the plug This eliminates radial forces on the plug,
which might otherwise cause binding in flow under-the-plug
applications and/or radial vibration and buffeting in flow over-
the-plug applications.
CCI’s packing box configuration and packing
procedures provide minimum sticking with superior sealability
in high pressure, high temperature services. The close
tolerance between the spacer, follower, and stem prevents
packing extrusion at pressures up to 9,000 psi (600kg/cm2).
The result is smooth, stable control of the variable, such as
level pressure, temperature or flow.
Better Flow Control with Fewer Valves Valve Plug Configurations
When exceptionally low flow is required along with DRAG® lOOD control valves use one of three basic valve
high rangeability, the disk stack can be provided with plug configurations to
labyrinth grooves at the bottom. These grooves provide best suit the
a restriction to annular flow (generally ignored by other application. They are
valve manufacturers) so that the minimum controllable an unbalanced plug, a
flow is significantly reduced. balanced plug, or a
In combination with our ability to characterize the pressurized seat plug.
flow, it is possible for CCI to provide true throttling Their typical
rangeability in excess of 100:1. In new system designs applications are
this can often result in the elimination of smaller outlined below.
parallel start-up valves (such as those used in
feedwater control of power plants), saving the piping Unbalanced Plug
and installation costs of these valves. An unbalanced plug
(see Figure 4B) is used
when unbalanced
forces (due to the valve
plug area and pressure
drop across it) are
relatively small, or for
special cases where a
balanced plug seal
material is not compatible with the process fluid.
Due to typically large unbalanced forces in high pressure
drop situations (forces that must be controlled by the
actuator) this design is limited to small valve plug sizes (3”
or less). ANSI Class V or Class VI (with soft seat) is
achieved.

Balanced Plug
The balanced plug is the most commonly used valve plug
configuration (see Figure 5). It uses axial holes to connect
the top and bottom ends of the plug to provide equal pressure
on both sides of the plug. This pressure balancing
significantly reduces the force required by the actuator.
A balance seal is used around the plug to prevent leakage
along the outside of the plug. For services to 4500F degrees
(2320C) a self-energizing fluorocarbon balance seal can be
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used, whereas for services to 1050 F (565’C) a controlled
compression graphite balance seal is used (see Figure 7).
DRAG® Valve with Balanced Plug DRAG® Valve with Unbalanced Plug The shutoff achieved through this construction, in
conjunction with proper actuation, is:
— Teflon (TFE) balance seal, TFE seat - ANSI Class VI
Accessories Matched To performance Requirements — Teflon (TFE) balance seal, Metal seat - ANSI Class IV or
The selection of proper accessory hardware is V MSS-SP-6 1
also critical to proper valve performance. Positioners, — Graphite balance seal, Metal seat - ANSI Class IV or V
position transmitters, limit switches, etc. are selected to
provide the quality and performance necessary for
severe service applications.
Computerized engineering analysis enables the
CCI Engineer to select quality accessories to assure
that stroking speeds, failure modes, and other
performance criteria such as resolution and linearity
will be achieved not only on our test benches, but in
your plant as well.
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Gasket Seal: For high temperature applications (above 800 F) or
where large thermal transients are anticipated, the body-to-bonnet
sealing and trim loading is controlled through the use of high
density gaskets. For the very large thermal transient over-the-plug
flow applications, Belleville springs are also employed between the
bonnet and trim stack. This isolates the trim thermal expansion
from the body/bonnet joint gasket, while providing precise loading
to the trim gaskets and seals for long cyclic trim life.
Construction Materials
Materials are selected based upon a combination of code
requirements, the chemical nature of the fluid, CCI’s past
experience. and the economics of construction.

Pressurized Seat Plug


The pressurized seat plug (see Figures 6A-6C) is a
special form of the balanced plug, that is balanced during
modulation, but unbalanced when shut off.
While the unbalanced and balanced plugs may be
applied in either over-the-plug (flow-to-close) or under-
the-plug (flow-to-open) configurations, the pressurized
seat plug is applied only in a flow-to-close configuration.
When the valve is completely shut off, as in Figure 6A,
the balance hole is closed by the valve stem.
The unbalanced, intentional leakage past the piston
rings on the valve plug lets upstream pressure build up
on top of the valve plug, creating very high seat loading
for superior shutoff with a metal-seated valve. This seat
loading is in addition to the actuator loading applied to
the seat, and is exemplified by the values shown in Table
1. Figure 6C shows that once the stem is lifted to uncover
the balancing hole, the main valve plug can be opened as
easily as any other balanced plug configuration.
With the superior shutoff (MSS-SP-6 1) provided by
this plug configuration in high pressure drop applications,
the system designer can often eliminate the need for
upstream block valves.

Typical construction materials are listed in Table 2. Other materials


also may be substituted for the tabulated materials to meet special
requirements.
Body/Bonnet Closures Additional Specifications
Two methods are applied generally to provide a Actuators: The standard CCI actuator is a high performance,
leak- free joint between the body and the bonnet. The double acting, piston type with positioner. CCI actuators are
normal method utilizes a metal seal (see Figure 4A), while offered with or without manual override and with or without
special applications use a gasket seal (see Figure 4B). springs. Typical construction materials are listed in Table 3. When
Metal Seal: The bonnet bolting load is transmitted necessary for control, we also provide manual, electro-mechanical
through the bonnet flange directly to the metal seal. The or electro-hydraulic actuators.
metal seal then transmits its load through the bonnet to Typical Valve/Actuator Configurations: Typical end
hold the quickly removable disk stack and seat ring firmly connection sizes, dimensions and weights are given in Table 4 for
in place. Leak-free operation is provided by the pressure globe style valves and Table 5 for angle valves. Information given
inside the valve, which self-energizes the metal seal. assumes use of the high performance CCI pneumatic actuator.
2. VALV

-29 Temperature (OC) Additional Forces With


Valve
0 50 100 150 200 250 Shutoff
TrimPressurized Seat Per
1600 110 Pressure
Unit of Seat Circumference*
Size
POUNDS!
1480 100 PSI KG/CM2 INCHES KG/CM
1400 INCH
8 500 89
90
500 35 8 750 134
1200 8 1000 178
80 10 1250 223

PRESSURE DROP (BAR)


PRESSURE DROP (PSI)

12 1500 267
70 8 1000 178
1000
1000 70 8 1500 267
60 8 2000 356
800 10 2500 446
50 12 3000 535
8 2000 356
600 40 2000 141 8 3000 535
8 4000 713
30 10 5000 891
400 12 6000 1069
345 8 4000 713
E 20 L Y
4000 282 8 6000 1069
200 8 8000 1426
10
10 10000 1782
12 12000 2139
0 0
-20 75 100 200 300 400 450 TABLE 1. SUPPLEMENTAL LOADING ON PRESSURIZED-
Temperature (OF) SEAT PLUG DUE TO PRESSURE UNBALANCE

FIGURE 8. Soft Seat Pressure Drop vs. *These high thrusts are in addition to the loading provided by the
Temperature Capability actuator resulting in shutoff which is jar better than the ANSI B 16
104 class 5” requirements for metal seated control valves.

Typical Materials
Valve Body Assembly
200F to45O0F 4500F to~0F 8000F to 10500F
Components
(-290C to 2320(2) (2320C to4270C) (4270(2w 5660C)
Carbon Carbon 1.25 - 2.5%
Body, Bonnet
Steel Steel Cr-Mo Steel
Bolting B7 B7 B16
Disk Stack, Valve Stem 410SS 410SS Inconel 718
Valve Plug, Seat Ring 410SS 410SS Fll/Alloy 6
Packing, Seals TFE Grafoil Grafoil
Graphite/ Graphite/ Graphite/
Gaskets
347SS 347SS 347SS
TABL TYPICA L

Actuator Component Standard Materials


Piston, Cylinder End Caps Aluminum
Cylinder Black Amalgon
Springs Chromium Vanadium Steel
Seals Buna N, Viton
Tubing 300SS
TABLE 3. STANDARD ACTUATOR MATERIALS
TABLE 4
TYPICAL GLOVE VALVES
Sizes and Dimensions

D D
C C

A BUTTWELD
B FLANGED
C D
Valve Size Plug A B Approximate
ANSI Stroke W/O Man. W/Man.
Inlet X Outlet Size Buttweld W/Flange Weight
Class Override Override
(inches) (in.)
IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM LBS KG
2x2 1.5 1500 3.5 89 18.4 467 26.9 683 53.5 1359 77.0 1956 550 250
2x2 1.5 2500 3.5 89 22.4 569 32.9 836 53.5 1359 77.0 1956 550 250
3x3 2 1500 3.5 89 21.1 536 30.9 785 53.7 1364 77.2 1961 650 295
3x3 2 2500 3.5 89 26.1 663 39.9 1013 53.7 1364 77.2 1961 650 295
4x4 2.5 2500 4.5 114 35.9 912 51.4 1306 62.4 1585 85.9 2182 1050 476
4x4 2.5 1500 6 152 27.6 701 37.9 963 63.9 1623 87.4 2220 1050 476
4x4 2.5 2500 6 152 35.9 912 51.4 1306 63.9 1623 87.4 2220 1050 476
4x4 3 1500 6 152 27.6 701 37.9 963 63.9 1623 87.4 2220 1050 476
4x4 3 2500 6 152 35.9 912 51.4 1306 63.9 1623 87.4 2220 1050 476
6x6 4 1500 6 152 32.6 828 46.6 1184 64.3 1633 87.8 2230 1500 681
6x6 4 2500 6 152 40.3 1023 62.3 1582 64.3 1633 87.8 2230 1500 681
8x8 6 150 8 203 33.5 851 33.5 851 80.4 2042 116.9 2969 1550 703
8x8 6 300 8 203 33.5 851 33.5 851 80.4 2042 116.9 2969 1600 726
8x8 6 600 8 203 33.5 851 33.5 851 80.4 2042 116.9 2969 1650 749
8x8 6 2500 8 203 56.0 1422 81.5 2070 79.6 2022 116.2 2951 1700 771
10x10 6 150 8 203 40.0 1016 40.3 1024 80.7 2050 117.2 2977 1700 771
10x10 6 300 8 203 40.0 1016 40.3 1024 80.7 2050 117.2 2977 1750 794
10x10 6 600 8 203 40.0 1016 40.3 1024 80.7 2050 117.2 2977 1900 862
12x12 7 150 8 203 44.0 1118 44.3 1125 80.9 2055 117.5 2985 2300 1044
12x12 7 300 8 203 44.0 1118 44.3 1125 80.9 2055 117.5 2985 2400 1089
12x12 7 600 8 203 44.0 1118 44.3 1125 80.9 2055 117.5 2985 2600 1180
12x12 10 150 10 254 44.0 1118 44.3 1125 86.3 2192 122.9 3122 2300 1044
12x12 10 300 10 254 44.0 1118 44.3 1125 86.3 2192 122.9 3122 2400 1089
14x14 8 150 10 254 48.0 1219 48.3 1127 83.7 2126 120.2 3053 3450 1565
14x14 8 300 10 254 48.0 1219 48.3 1127 83.7 2126 120.2 3053 3600 1633
14x14 8 600 10 254 48.0 1219 48.3 1127 83.7 2126 120.2 3053 3750 1701
14x14 10 600 12 305 48.0 1219 48.3 1127 89.2 2266 125.8 3195 3650 1656
14x14 12 150 12 305 48.0 1219 48.3 1127 89.0 2261 125.6 3190 3950 1792
14x14 12 300 12 305 48.0 1219 48.3 1127 89.0 2261 125.6 3190 3600 1633
16x16 10 150 12 305 51.0 1295 51.8 1311 89.4 2271 126.0 3200 3650 1656
16x16 10 300 12 305 51.0 1295 51.8 1311 89.4 2271 126.0 3200 4250 1928
16x16 10 600 12 305 59.8 1519 60.5 1537 91.0 2311 127.6 3241 4050 1838
16x16 12 600 14 356 59.8 1519 60.5 1537 118.0 2997 161.4 4100 4400 1996
16x16 14 150 14 356 51.0 1295 51.8 1316 116.5 2959 159.9 4061 3800 1724
16x16 14 300 14 356 51.0 1295 51.8 1316 116.5 2959 159.9 4061 4050 1838
NOTES
*All dimensions are for reference only
*Manual override is optional
*Weights are with flanges
TABLE 5
TYPICAL ANGLE VALVES
Sizes and Dimensions

L L L
L
K K K K

E G
C F
A H
BUTTWELD FLANGED BUTTWELD FLANGED

K
Valve Size Plug A C E F G H W Approximate
ANSI Stroke W/0 Man.
Inlet X Outlet Size Buttxveld W/Flange Buttweld Buttweld W/Flange W/Flange W/Man. Over. Weight
Class Over.
(inches) (in.)
IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM IN MM LBS KG
2x2 1.5 1500 3.5 89 9.3 236 13.6 345 51.3 1303 74.8 1900 300 135
2x2 1.5 2500 3.5 89 11.4 290 16.7 424 51.3 1303 74.8 1900 430 195
3x3 2 1500 3.5 89 10.7 272 15.6 396 51.1 1298 74.6 1895 450 205
3x3 2 2500 3.5 89 13.3 338 20.2 513 51.1 1298 74.6 1895 650 295
4x4 2.5 2500 4.5 114 18.1 460 25.9 658 59.5 1511 83.1 2111 900 410
4x4 2.5 1500 6 152 14.0 356 19.1 485 61.0 1549 84.6 2149 650 295
4x4 2.5 2500 6 152 18.1 460 25.9 513 61.0 1549 84.6 2149 900 410
4x4 3 1500 6 152 14.0 356 19.1 485 61.0 1549 84.6 2149 650 295
4x4 3 2500 6 152 18.1 460 25.9 513 61.0 1549 84.6 2149 900 410
6x6 4 1500 6 152 16.5 419 23.5 597 60.3 1532 83.8 2129 1250 570
6x6 4 2500 6 152 20.1 511 31.1 790 60.3 1532 83.8 2129 1800 815
8x10 6 300 8 203 9.7 246 10.9 277 14.1 358 15.5 394 74.2 1885 110.7 2812 1500 680
8x10 6 600 8 203 9.9 251 11.4 290 15.4 391 17.7 450 74.2 1885 110.7 2812 1900 865
8x10 6 900 8 203 10.3 262 11.6 295 16.9 429 19.1 485 74.2 1885 110.8 2814 2150 975
10x12 6 2500 8 203 14.2 361 18.6 472 30.9 785 37.1 942 74.4 1890 110.9 2817 5100 2315
10x14 8 150 10 254 10.5 267 13.2 335 14.5 368 18.2 462 76.6 1946 113.2 2875 2250 1020
10x14 8 300 10 254 11.9 302 13.5 343 16.6 422 19.1 485 75.7 1923 112.3 2852 2800 1270
10x14 8 600 10 254 12.4 315 14.8 376 18.7 475 21.5 546 76.6 1946 113.2 2875 3600 1635
10x14 8 1500 10 254 12.5 318 16.3 414 22.8 579 28.3 719 77.7 1974 114.2 2901 4700 2135
12x16 10 150 12 305 12.6 320 15.2 386 17.1 434 20.2 513 80.5 2045 117.1 2974 2650 1205
12x16 10 300 12 305 13.1 333 15.7 399 18.3 465 21.5 546 80.5 2045 117.1 2974 2950 1340
12x16 10 600 12 305 13.9 353 14.8 376 20.3 516 22.1 561 80.9 2055 117.5 2985 3450 1565
12x16 10 900 12 305 15.0 381 15.4 391 23.1 587 24.1 612 80.9 2055 117.4 2982 4000 1815
12x18 10 150 12 305 12.9 328 15.9 404 17.4 442 21.4 544 80.1 2035 116.6 2962 2950 1340
12x18 10 300 12 305 13.8 351 16.3 414 18.9 480 22.5 572 80.1 2035 116.6 2962 3200 1455
12x18 10 900 12 305 12.0 305 16.8 427 20.1 511 26.0 660 80.9 2055 117.5 2985 4400 2000
16x20 12 150 14 356 13.8 351 17.2 437 18.8 478 22.9 582 106.5 2705 149.9 3807 3300 1500
16x20 12 300 14 356 15.2 386 18.1 460 21.0 533 24.5 622 106.3 2700 149.7 3802 4000 1815
16x20 12 600 14 356 16.4 417 19.6 498 23.6 599 27.4 696 106.6 2708 150.0 3810 4850 2200
18x24 14 150 16 406 17.5 445 19.8 503 23.0 584 25.8 655 105.8 2687 149.2 3790 4400 2000
18x24 14 300 16 406 18.9 480 17.0 432 25.1 638 23.6 599 106.8 2713 150.2 3815 5250 2385
NOTES
*All dimensions are for reference only
*Manual override is optional
*Flanged forged bodies are integral flanges not weld on
Forged body dimensions (E,F,G&H) will vary with actual connection size (pipe & schedule)
n CCI Services n Rebuilds
Today’s plants are running longer, at higher outputs, Our factory-trained specialists handle complete rebuild
and under more sophisticated plant automation systems procedures including full disassembly and cleaning,
than ever before. And it all radically increases the weld-ing, overlay and modification or fabrication of
performance demand on your control valves. needed parts, part matching for tight sealing,
What you need is a resource. Someone who knows reassembly, leak testing, paint-ing and return shipment
these valves and their applications from the inside out. — and this applies to the smallest cage trim valve and
Someone who knows the answer when control valve the biggest DRAG® severe service valve. We even have
performance starts slip-ping. Someone like the control a unique exchange program to shorten your downtime
valve experts at CCI. Today, maintaining peak for rebuilt type VBJ actuators typically found on CCI-
performance of critical system components like control Bailey valves. Call us today for more information.
valves means more to you. It always has to us.

n Parts
When your valves need a spare part, use ones you
know will work — parts from the original manufacturer.
Many CCI DRAG® and CCI-Bailey valves are completely
custom-designed and built. We have the original drawings,
specifications, and equipment to make the right
replacement part for your valve. Not a copy, but the exact
part to fit your needs. Made from the right materials, to the
right dimensional specs, by qualified machinists, with N-
stamp qualification, when needed. And all our spares meet
the original industry standards for which the valves were
designed: API, ANSI or ASME

n Field Service
When you need an expert at your elbow, our fully
trained and experienced Field Service Technicians are the
right answer. Whether it’s a routine maintenance check or
an emergency repair, our team has the experience, the
tools and access to all information about the valves we
built for you to insure that your valves will go on
performing the way you expect. When your conditions
demand it, our people can completely rebuild a control
valve in line at your site and re-calibrate it before returning
it to service. They’ll even help sort our your spares
inventory.