Marine Scrubber Damper Valve

Body: SS 304, SS 316, 2507, 2205, 1.4529
Disc: SS 304, SS 316, 2507, 2205, 1.4529
Shaft/Screw: En8, En24, SS 304, SS 316, etc.
Seal: SS 316, etc.
Bearing:I lined Bush type with Grafoil Sheet
Body style: 2 way and 3 way

Control : On/OFF or 4-20mA Modulating
Size: DN50 to DN 2000 ( Larger Size on request )
End Connections: Flanged PN6, PN10, ANSI 150, DIN, JIS
Operated: Hand lever, Pneumatic or Electric Actuators






    Description

    Marine Scrubber Damper Valve, a paramount innovation in the realm of marine exhaust gas cleaning systems. Engineered with precision and built to the highest standards of quality, our damper valve stands as a testament to our unwavering commitment to excellence in Dampe valve manufacturing.Dampers (or Valves

    Crafted from premium materials such as carbon steel, stainless steel, and duplex, our Marine Scrubber Damper Valve ensures unmatched durability and resistance to the corrosive marine environment

    Our Marine Scrubber Damper Valves are available in both 2-way and 3-way configurations, catering to a wide range of scrubber systems and operational requirements.

    Body: SS 304, SS 316, 2507, 2205, 1.4529
    Disc: SS 304, SS 316, 2507, 2205, 1.4529
    Shaft/Screw: En8, En24, SS 304, SS 316, etc.
    Seal: SS 316, etc.
    Bearing:I lined Bush type with Grafoil Sheet
    Body style: 2 way and 3 way

    Control : On/OFF or 4-20mA Modulating
    Size: DN50 to DN 2000 ( Larger Size on request )
    End Connections: Flanged PN6, PN10, ANSI 150, DIN, JIS
    Operated: Hand lever, Pneumatic or Electric Actuators

    FAQs

    Marine Damper valves are used in exhaust gas cleaning system

    In the evolving landscape of the marine industry, where environmental compliance and operational efficiency converge, our Marine Damper Valves stand at the forefront, offering unparalleled performance in Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS). Engineered to meet the rigorous demands of diesel-fueled marine vessels, these valves are instrumental in purifying exhaust gases, effectively removing toxic pollutants and significantly reducing the vessel’s environmental footprint.

    What is the difference between a damper valve and a butterfly valve?

    Butterfly Valves: Characterized by their simplistic yet highly effective design, butterfly valves incorporate a disc which rotates around an axis to open or close, regulating fluid flow through the system. These valves are renowned for their versatility, enabling them to be utilized across a myriad of industries including water and wastewater treatment, oil and gas, and chemical processing.

    Damper Valves: Tailored more towards applications involving gases rather than liquids, damper valves excel in controlling airflow within systems, particularly in HVAC, pollution control, and exhaust systems. While bearing a resemblance to butterfly valves in their operation, damper valves typically lack a sealing seat. This differentiation renders them more suited for modulating or fully cutting off gas flow rather than ensuring a leak-proof seal against liquid media.