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Issued: 05/01/97
Revised: 10/03/2011

ELASTOMER TUBE PROFILE SELECTION

Standard RF Elastomer
Filled Arches – Straight
Tube Design
Lining – “ Z ” straight cone

Reduced Port Tube Reduced Port Tube


Double Cone “ S ” - Single Cone

Elastomer tube designs or profiles are manufactured in (4) basic configurations,


depending on process conditions and trim requirements. Reinforcing cords in all types
follow the folds, so flex whether operating in modulating or operating open/close.
Selection is based upon mode of operation and flow control requirements.

Type 1 ON/OFF or CONTROL Standard !dual fold" profile allows elastomer tube to
flex, not stretch, when closing is the most widely used RF VALVE£ tube profile for on/off
and modulating services. Best use is when valve cycles frequently and velocity ” 15
ft./sec. The elastomer is NOT stretched and stressed during actuation as do
conventional pinch valves sleeves. Due to this non-stretch design, elastomer tubes can
last up to 2-4 times longer than conventional !straight sleeves" that stretch to close, or
hardened metal/alloy valves in abrasive, corrosive, or scaling type services. Folds
mechanically resist collapse under vacuum conditions and assist valve to open with loss
of air.

Type 2 ON/OFF OR CONTROL Dual fold profile, straight lining; used in high
pressure and throttling applications offering additional wear rubber (filled arches) for
highly abrasive services.

Type 3 CONTROL !Double Cone" reduced port profile allows elastomer tube profile
to be matched to special customer needs and throttling specifications. This design also
permits bi-directional flow control when required.

Type 4 CONTROL !Single Cone" reduced port, unidirectional profile is the most
widely used design for modulating providing highly accurate control by sizing trim ID to
match flows requirements. One of the major causes of early wear with any control valve
is incorrect sizing for a given flow. Accurate flow and piping data allows tube trim to be
!tailored" to process requirements. Thicker layers of elastomer minimize impact of high
velocity, abrasive wear and cavitation.

RF Valves, Inc. x 1342 Charwood Roadt x Hanover, Maryland, USA


Telephone ++ 410-850-4404 x Telefax ++ 410-850-4464 x Internet: www.RFValve.com
Conventional Manual Pinch Valve – RF VALVE® Comparison
Most conventional pinch valves are not manufactured to standard ASME/ANSI B16.10 face-to-face, DIN
or ISO dimensions, therefore NOT interchangeable with standard ball, gate, diaphragm and plug valves
of the same ID and standard. Typical conventional designs (see cut-away pictures, below) include an
exposed carbon steel shaft, nut, and pinch bar mechanism that can fail in a number of ways causing
significant operational and maintenance expenses over time.

[1] Sleeve failure causes slurry or liquid to fill and coat the
body cavity and pinch mechanism. If not cleaned
thoroughly, lubricated, and recalibrated, the internal
components are subject to abrasion, corrosion, and
failure (picture, left).” Straight sleeves” without vacuum
resistant, flexible folds, more likely to collapse on suction
side of pump or other vacuum services.

[2] Most designs do not have a mechanical stop. When


excessive force is applied to hand wheel [as when internal
components are contaminated or corroded] the elastomer
sleeve can be damaged or cut, reducing sleeve life
Open Body Pinch Valve
Conventional Pinch Valve especially when closing device has “pipe style”
cylindrical pinch bars (picture, left & right).

[3] Moisture, corrosive mists (salt water) and condensation often corrode internal pinching
mechanism, inhibiting open/ close function. This internal corrosion typically goes undetected until
failure (picture, left). Exposed to elements, screw, nut and lubrication of open body valve design, can
result in actuator failure (picture, right)

[4] Open body designs (upper right) do not offer protection in the case of a sleeve rupture when slurry
can spray out at high velocity risking operator injury, environmental contamination, or damage to equipment.
A SUPERIOR ALTERNATIVE

RF VALVE® - ISO 9001


HIGH QUALITY – HIGH RELIABILITY

Standard features include:

[1] Standard ASME/ANSI B16, ISO & DIN face-to-face


length, 1” to 60” ID interchangeable with most ball,
diaphragm, gate, and plug valves of same ID [2]
Stainless steel screw & Teflon lubricated nut located in
separate housing, isolating key closing mechanism
components from process fluids upon sleeve failure [3]
Mechanical stops prevent sleeve damage [4] Flexible
arches built into elastomer sleeve life and insure full
opening under negative pressure [5] Wear sensor wire
available for preventive maintenance alert [6] Reduced
sleeve flange inside bolt holes provide in-line replacement
of sleeve without recalibration [7] Stainless steel pull bars
& fasteners [8] painted interior including pinch bars.

RF TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 9017 Mendenhall Court, Columbia, Maryland 21045, USA


Phone 410-309-1029 - Fax 410-309-1033
www.rfvalve.com