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Pfeiffer

Chemie-Armaturenbau GmbH

Maintenance
Ball Valve Series 76a
The equipment may only be dismounted and
disassembled by skilled staff who are familiar with
the assembly, the start-up and the operation of this
product.

Skilled staff in the sense of these repair and assembly


instructions are persons who, as a result of their training, their
knowledge and their experience, as well as their knowledge of
the relevant standards, are able to judge the tasks assigned to
them and are able to recognize possible dangers.

1. Design, operation and dimensions

Design, operation and dimensions as well as all further details and


technical data may be found in the data sheets < TB 76a_EN and
TB 76a-di_EN >.

2. Installation, start-up and maintenance

Guidelines for the installation, start-up and maintenance are to be


found in the operating instructions for ball valves.

Fig. 1 – Ball valve Series 76a with hand-lever

0. Introduction
These instructions are intended to support the user in the assembly
and repair of ball valves of the Series 76a.

Technical details, as a result of the further development of the


valves mentioned in these instructions, are subject to alteration.

The text and illustrations do not necessarily display the scope of


supply or an eventual order of spare parts.
Drawings and graphics are not to scale.

Customer-related special designs, which are not in accordance


with our standard offer, are not shown.

The transfer of these instructions to third parties is only allowed


with the written approval of Pfeiffer Chemie-Armaturenbau GmbH.

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Copyright Act. The transmission and/or duplication of documents,
even in abstracts, as well as the exploitation and communication of
their content is not permitted, unless expressly granted.

Violations are an offence and liable to claims for damages. We


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Fig. 2 - Ball valve in ANSI-version Series 76a => for parts list see table 1 on page 2

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Ball Valve
Series 76a

3. Assembly of the ball valve

3.1 Preparation for the assembly

In order to assemble the ball valve, all the parts must be prepared,
i.e. the parts are carefully cleansed and placed on a soft surface
(rubber mat or similar).
Please pay attention! Plastic parts are nearly always soft and very
sensitive, and particularly the sealing surfaces should not be
damaged.

Caution: In order to prevent a cold welding of the


screws in the bodies, a high-performance grease paste
is employed during manufacturing (e.g. Gleitmo 805.
from Fuchs).
For valves employed in oxygen environments, this agent may not be
used. For grease-free valves, especially when employed in an
oxygen environment, a suitable lubricant is to be chosen.

Note: The position and arrangement of the individual


parts shown in the detail drawing (Fig. 2 and 3) are to
be observed during assembly.

3.2 Final assembly of the ball valve

The assembly begins with the main body ( 1 ).

The sealing ring ( 4 ) is laid in the main body ( 1 ).


The bearing bushing ( 6 ) and the O-ring ( 24 ) is pushed onto the
stem/packing ( 5 ) with a slight rotation.

Fig. 3 - Ball valve in DIN-version Series 76a => for parts list see table 1

Materials ANSI-Version Materials DIN-Version


Pos. Description
steel version precious steel version cast iron version steel version precious steel version
1 Body A 216 WCC A 351 CF8M GG 25 WN 1.0619 WN 1.4408
2 Adaptor A 216 WCC A 351 CF8M GG 25 WN 1.0619 WN 1.4408
3 Ball A351 CF8M WN 1.4027 WN 1.4408
4 Seat PTFE
5 Stem AISI 316 WN 1.4021 WN 1.4401
6 Thrust washer PTFE with glass
7 Packing ring Graphite PTFE
8 Gland packing AISI 316 WN 1.4021 WN 1.4401
9 Spring washer AISI 301 WN 1.4310
10 Stem nut AISI 303 WN 1.4305
11 Cover A 619 AISI 316 WN 1.0351 WN 1.4401
12 Cover ring PTFE
13 Cover bolt 8.8 A4-70 8.8 A4-70
14 Body seal 1 Graphite PTFE
15 Body bolt B7M B8M 8.8 A2-70 A4-70
16 Handle A 619 Al WN 1.0351
17 Handle bolt 8.8
18 Packing washer PTFE with Carbon -
19 Spring washer AISI 302 - WN 1.4319
20 Ball AISI 316 - WN 1.4401
21 Stop plate 1045 - WN 1.0503
22 Stop pin Steel / Acero - WN 1.4401
23 Body seal 2 NBR -
24 O-ring-stem NBR -
Table 1 – Parts list ( WN = Material code)

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The stem/packing ( 5 ), together with the bearing bush ( 6 ), is now 4. Malfunctions and their elimination
introduced from inside through the stem/packing bore into the main
body ( 1 ). Guidelines for the installation, start-up and maintenance are to be
found in the operating instructions for ball valves.
The sealing surface of the stem/packing ( 5 ) may not be damaged
in the process.

Note: It must also be ensured that the bearing bush ( 6 ) 5. Repair of the ball valve
is positioned, together with the stem/packing ( 5 ), in the
groove in the main body ( 1 ) without tilting.
5.1 Exchange of the packing
The stem/packing ( 5 ) must now be turned so that the pivot is verti-
If a leak is detected at the stuffing box, the rings of the packing may
cal to the worktop. The ball ( 4 ) can now be carefully inserted.
be defect.
It is recommendable to check the condition of the packing.
The body seals ( 14 ) and ( 23 ) are now inserted in the turn-outs in
the main body ( 1 ).
To remove the packing, the valve is disassembled in the reverse
order to that described in chapter 3.
The sealing ring ( 4 ) is laid in the side body ( 2 ).
The rings of the packing are, together with all plastic parts, checked
for damage and, in case of doubt, exchanged.
The side body ( 2 ), together with the preassembled sealing ring
( 4 ), is set onto the main body ( 1 ) and carefully pushed together.

The side body ( 2 ) is turned such that the boreholes of the two
5.2 Exchange of the sealing unit and the ball
halves of the body ( 1 and 2 ) lie above each other.
If the ball valve is untight in the bore, the sealing ring set ( 4 ) and
With the slightly greased screws ( 15 ), the body parts ( 1 and 2 )
the ball ( 3 ) may be defect.
are then equally and alternately screwed together.
It is recommendable to check the condition of these components.
Push the Packing ( 7 and 8 and 18 ) over the stem/packing ( 5 ) into
To remove the sealing rings and the ball, the valve is disassembled
the body hole and press them in with a assembly sleeve.
in the reverse order to that described in chapter 3.
The arrangement of the packing is shown in the detail drawing
The sealing rings and the ball are, together with all plastic parts,
(Fig. 2 and 3).
checked for damage and, in case of doubt, exchanged.
The cup spring assembly ( 9 ) is now laid onto the packing.
The arrangement of the cup springs is also shown in the detail
drawing (Fig. 2 and 3).
5.3 Further repair work
Preloaded packing by the Stem nut ( 10 ).
In case of further more serious damage, we recommend the repair
work to be carried out by Pfeiffer.
The bearing bushing ( 12 ) is pressed into the cover ( 11 ).

The cover ( 11 ) is now placed over the stem/packing ( 5 ) onto the


body, adjusted with the greased cheese-head screws ( 13 ) and
finally equally and alternately tightened.

Note: Before testing the tightness, the valve should be 6. Queries to the manufacturer
actuated several times to allow the ball to centre on the (in case of queries please provide following information)
sealing rings, providing optimal tightness.
1. Order number (embossed on the type plate)
(Order number is always embossed on the body of the ball
valve)

2. Type, product number, nominal diameter and design of ball valve


The assembly of the ball valve is now completed.
3. Pressure and temperature of the flow medium

4. Flow rate in m³/h

5. Drawing of installation, if possible

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For your special requirements please contact our technical sales department.
Pfeiffer Chemie-Armaturenbau GmbH
Hooghe Weg 41 • 47906 Kempen
Telefon: +49 21 52 20 05 - 0 • Telefax: +49 21 52 15 80
E-Mail: vertrieb@pfeiffer-armaturen.com • Internet: www.pfeiffer-armaturen.com
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Issue March 2004 Page 4 of 4 Reparaturanleitung EB 76a_EN