This document specifies the general requirements for metallic check valves, which are forged, cast or fabricated in straight, angle or oblique pattern (see EN 736‐2) with end connections flanged or wafer, butt welding, socket welding, or threaded.
This document applies to metallic check valves used for all industrial applications.
Additional requirements given in the relevant application standards may apply to check valves used for more specific applications (e.g. for the water industry, the chemical and petrochemical process industry, the gas distribution industry).
Sanitary check valves and back flow prevention anti-pollution check valves are excluded from the scope of this document.
NOTE 1   Double disc type and tilting disc type are also based on butterfly valve and are in the scope of this document.
The range of nominal sizes covered is:
-   DN 8, DN 10; DN 12, DN 15; DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100; DN 125; DN 150; DN 200; DN 250; DN 300; DN 350; DN 400; DN 450; DN 500; DN 600; DN 700; DN 750; DN 800; DN 900; DN 1 000; DN 1 200.
DN 8 and DN 12 are not used for PN designated flanged end connections.
DN 8, DN 10 and DN 12 are not used for Class designated flanged end connections.
DN 750 is used for Class designated check valves only.
Socket welding end check valves and threaded end check valves are limited to the range DN 8 to DN 65.
The range of nominal diameters for capillary and compression end valves is 6 mm to 110 mm.
The range of pressure designations covered is:
a)   for flanged end and wafer type end cast iron bodies:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25;
-   Class 125; Class 250;
b)   for flanged end, wafer type and butt welding end bodies in steel materials:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40; PN 63; PN 100; PN 160; PN 250; PN 320; PN 400;
-   Class 150; Class 300; Class 600; Class 900; Class 1 500; Class 2 500;
c)   for socket welding end and threaded end bodies in steel materials:
-   PN 40; PN 63; PN 100;
-   Class 600; Class 800.
NOTE 2   Class 800 is a widely used Class designation for socket welding and threaded end check valves.
d)   for flanged end and wafer type bodies in copper alloy materials:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40;
-   Class 150; Class 300;
e)   for threaded end, capillary end and compression end bodies in copper alloy materials:
-   PN 16; PN 20; PN 25; PN 32; PN 40;
-   Class 125; Class 250.
The correspondence between DN and NPS is given for information in Annex B.

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This document provides basic requirements for gearboxes to operate industrial valves for manual and automated on/off and modulating duties, this includes manual override gearboxes. It includes guidelines for classification, design and methods for conformity assessment.
It does not cover gear systems which are integral part in the design of valves and subsea gearboxes.
Other requirements or conditions of use different from those indicated in this document are agreed between the purchaser and the manufacturer or supplier (first party), prior to order.

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This document specifies the requirements for bursting disc safety devices.
It includes the requirements for the design, manufacture, inspection, testing, certification, marking, and packaging.

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This European Standard specifies the tabulation method for determining the wall thickness of valve bodies, bonnets and covers with essentially circular cross-section made in forged, cast or fabricated steel.
For valve shells with oval, rectangular or non-circular shapes, see 8.6.
The range of PN or Class designations for which thicknesses are tabulated is:
PN 2,5, PN 6, PN 10, PN 16, PN 25, PN 40, PN 63, PN 100, PN 160, PN 250, PN 320, PN 400, Class 150, Class 300,Class 600, Class 900, Class 1 500, Class 2 500, Class 4 500.
Pressure/temperature ratings are specified for each material group for the above PN Standard Class and Special Class designations.
The non-destructive examination procedures and acceptance levels that need to be applied to the valve shell components in order for the valve to be used at Special Class pressure/temperature ratings are defined.
Details are also given for the alternative rules for small bore valves of DN 65 and smaller designated as Limited Class.
This standard does not apply to threaded end valves:
- DN 80 or larger;
- or which have pressure ratings greater than Class 2 500;
- or which operate at temperatures greater than 540 °C.
Socket welding end valves DN 80 or larger are outside the scope of this standard.

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This European Standard specifies the calculation method for valve shells manufactured in metallic materials other than steel. The loadings to be accounted for are in accordance with EN 12516-2.
Design methods are in accordance with EN 12516-2, design by formulae according to the relevant clauses.

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This European standard applies to metallic valves as pressure accessories for industrial applications with a maximum allowable pressure PS greater than 0,5 bar in accordance with the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97/23/EC and specifies minimum requirements applicable to design, manufacture, testing, materials and documentation.
All relevant essential safety requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) 97/23/EC applicable to valves have been taken into consideration and are addressed in this standard.
This standard is not applicable to:
-   safety valve and bursting disc (a safety accessory),
-   sight glass with its frames (component of a pressure equipment) and
-   measurement chambers.
For other exclusions refer to the PED.

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This European Standard specifies the denominations of valves to provide a uniform and systematic terminology for all types of valves.

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This European Standard specifies the dimensions of butt welding ends of steel valves DN 8 to DN 1 400 designed to be butt welded to standardized pipes.
NOTE   The outside diameters and wall thickness of standardized pipes are in accordance with ISO 4200.

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This European Standard specifies minimum general requirements for butterfly valves having metallic bodies for use with all type of pipe end connections (e.g. wafer, lug, flange, butt welding) and used for isolating, regulating or control applications.
The PN and Class ranges are:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40; PN 63; PN 100; PN 160;
-   Class 150; Class 300; Class 600; Class 900.
The size range is:
-   DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100; DN 125; DN 150; DN 200; DN 250; DN 300; DN 350; DN 400; DN 450; DN 500; DN 600; DN 700; DN 750; DN 800; DN 900; DN 1 000; DN 1 050; DN 1 100; DN 1 200; DN 1 400; DN 1 500; DN 1 600; DN 1 800; DN 2 000; DN 2 200; DN 2 400; DN 2 600; DN 2 800; DN 3 000; DN 3 200; DN 3 400; DN 3 600; DN 3 800; DN 4 000.
DN 750 and DN 1 050 are used only for Class 150 and Class 300.
Intermediate DNs are allowed upon agreement between manufacturer and customer.
For valves subject to European legislation on pressure equipment, EN 16668 applies together with this European Standard.
For industrial process control valves, EN 1349 and EN 60534 2 1 apply together with this European Standard.
For water supply application, EN 1074 1 and EN 1074 2 apply together with this European Standard.
NOTE 1   Butterfly valves for water supply application do not comply with Annex ZA and are not CE marked because they are excluded from the pressure equipment European legislation.
NOTE 2   The range of DN, applicable to each PN, for wafer and wafer lug valve types is as given in the appropriate part of EN 1092 for Type 11 flanges for the applicable material. The range of DN, applicable to each PN, for flanged valve types is as given in the appropriate part of EN 1092 for Type 21 flanges for the applicable material.
The correspondence between DN and NPS is given for information in Annex D.

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ISO 5210:2017 specifies the requirements for the attachment of multi-turn actuators to valves.
Throughout this document, "actuator" may be understood as "actuator and/or gearbox" providing a multi-turn and/or linear output.
ISO 5210:2017 specifies:
- flange dimensions necessary for the attachment of actuators to industrial valves [see Figure 1 a)] or to intermediate supports [see Figure 1 b)];
- those driving component dimensions of actuators which are necessary to attach them to the driven components;
- reference values for torque and thrust for flanges having the dimensions specified in this document.

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ISO 5211:2017 specifies requirements for the attachment of part-turn actuators, with or without gearboxes, to industrial valves.
The attachment of part-turn actuators to control valves in accordance with the requirements of this document is subject to an agreement between the supplier and the purchaser.
ISO 5211:2017 specifies:
- flange dimensions necessary for the attachment of part-turn actuators to industrial valves [see Figures 1 a) and 1 c)] or to intermediate supports [see Figures 1 b) and 1 d)];
- driving component dimensions of part-turn actuators necessary to attach them to the driven components;
- reference values for torques for interfaces and for couplings having the dimensions specified in this document.
The attachment of the intermediate support to the valve is out of the scope of this document.

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ISO 15848-1:2015 specifies testing procedures for evaluation of external leakage of valve stem seals (or shaft) and body joints of isolating valves and control valves intended for application in volatile air pollutants and hazardous fluids. End connection joints, vacuum application, effects of corrosion, and radiation are excluded from this part of ISO 15848.
ISO 15848-1:2015 concerns classification system and qualification procedures for type testing of valves.

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ISO 28921-1:2013 specifies requirements for design, dimensions, material, fabrication and production testing of isolation valves for low-temperature applications. It applies to gate, globe, check, butterfly and ball valves and can be used for other valve types used in low-temperature services.
ISO 28921-1:2013 covers isolation valves for use in cryogenic temperature service where the design low-temperature service is ?50 °C down to ? 96 °C. It covers valves with body, bonnet, bonnet extension or cover made of metallic materials.
ISO 28921-1:2013 covers valves of nominal sizes DN: 10; 15; 20; 25; 32; 40; 50; 65; 80; 100; 125; 150; 200; 250; 300; 350; 400; 450; 500; 600; 650; 700; 750; 800; 850; 900, corresponding to nominal pipe sizes NPS: 3/8; ½; ; 1; 11/4; 11/2; 2; 21/2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 8; 10; 12; 14; 16; 18; 20; 24; 26; 28; 30; 32; 34; 36.
It applies to pressure designations:
PN 16; 25; 40; 100; 160; 250;
Class 150; 300; 600; 800; 900; 1 500.

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ISO 28921-2:2015 specifies requirements for the type testing of isolating valves for low-temperature applications to verify the performance of valves at a low temperature from ? 50 °C down to ? 196 °C.
NOTE Nominal sizes (DN), nominal pipe sizes (NPS), nominal pressure (PN) and Classes are covered in ISO 28921‑1.
ISO 28921-2:2015 does not evaluate valve actuators unless they are integral part of the valve. Valves during testing can be operated manually or an actuator can be used during the testing. The effect of cold gas vapours during testing is taken into consideration in particular if the actuator is mounted directly over the test stand with the cold gases engulfing the actuator.
ISO 28921-2:2015 does not apply to valves for cryogenic services, designed in accordance with ISO 21011, used with cryogenic vessels.

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This European Standard specifies the "face-to-face" (FTF) and "centre-to-face" (CTF) dimensions for PN and Class designated metal valves used in flanged pipe systems.
This European Standard covers valves with the following PN, Class and DN values:
-   PN 2,5; PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40; PN 63; PN 100; PN 160; PN 250; PN 320; PN 400;
-   Class 125; Class 150; Class 250; Class 300; Class 600; Class 900; Class 1 500; Class 2 500;
-   DN 10; DN 15; DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100; DN 125; DN 150; DN 200; DN 250; DN 300; DN 350; DN 400; DN 450; DN 500; DN 600; DN 700; DN 750; DN 800; DN 900; DN 1 000; DN 1050; DN 1 200; DN 1 400; DN 1 600; DN 1 800; DN 2 000.
For valves in other shell materials than metal the same FTF and CTF dimensions may be used.
For relationship between DN and NPS see Annex B.

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ISO 6553:2016 specifies mandatory and optional markings for automatic steam traps.

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This European Standard specifies the dimensions of socket welding ends of steel valves designed to be socket welded to standardised pipes in the size range DN 6 to DN 65.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for marking of industrial metallic valves. It defines the method of applying the markings, on the body, on a flange, on an identification plate or any other location.
When specified as a normative reference in a valve product or performance standard, this European Standard has to be considered in conjunction with the specified requirements of that valve product or performance standard.
The marking requirements for plastic valves are not within the scope of this European Standard.

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This European Standard specifies the names of components of valves and their definitions. It has the purpose to provide a uniform terminology for all components of valves.
This European Standard covers components common to more than one type of valve. Names of components and definitions specific to one type of valve will be found in the relevant product or performance standard.

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ISO 17292:2015 specifies the requirements for a series of metal ball valves suitable for petroleum, petrochemical, natural gas plants, and related industrial applications.
It covers valves of the nominal sizes DN:
- 8, 10, 15, 20, 25, 32, 40, 50, 65, 80, 100, 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 600;
corresponding to nominal pipe sizes NPS:
- ¼, ⅜, ½, , 1, 1 ¼, 1 ½, 2, 2 ½, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24;
and applies for pressure designations:
- Class 150; 300; 600; 800 (Class 800 applies only for valves with threaded and socket welding end);
- PN 16, 25, 40, 63, 100.
It includes provisions for testing and inspection and for valve characteristics as follows:
- flanged and butt-welded ends, in sizes 15 ≤ DN ≤ 600 (½ ≤ NPS ≤ 24);
- socket welding and threaded ends, in sizes 8 ≤ DN ≤ 50 (¼ ≤ NPS ≤ 2);
- body seat openings designated as full bore, reduced bore, and double reduced bore;
- materials.

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his European Standard specifies the end-to-end and centre-to-end dimensions for valves with threaded ends with connecting dimensions in compliance with EN ISO 228 1 or EN 10226 1, used in PN and Class designated piping systems.
The range of PN is:
-   PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40; PN 63; PN 100; PN 160; PN 250; PN 320; PN 400.
The range of Class is:
-   Class 150, Class 300, Class 600, Class 900, Class 1 500, Class 2 500.
The range of nominal size is:
-   DN 4; DN 6; DN 8; DN 10; DN 15; DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100.
NOTE 1   See Annex C for the relationship between nominal size (DN) and nominal pipe size (NPS).
NOTE 2   Valves having screwed end profiles different from those specified in EN ISO 228 1 or EN 10226–1, may use the same dimensions than those specified in Table 1.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for cast iron gate valves with flanged ends, socket ends or spigot ends.
This standard is applicable to cast iron gate valves mainly used for industrial and general-purpose applications. However, they can be used for other applications provided the requirements of the relevant performance standards are met.
The range of nominal sizes covered is:
DN 40 ; DN 50 ; DN 65 ; DN 80 ; DN 100 ; DN 125 ; DN 150 ; DN 200 ; DN 250 ; DN 300 ; DN 350 ; DN 400 ; DN 450 ; DN 500 ; DN 600 ; DN 700 ; DN 800 ; DN 900 ; DN 1 000.
The range of pressure designations covered is:
-   isobaric PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25;
-   isomorphic, PS 10 bar to PS 1 bar at room temperature.

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ISO 15848-1:2015 specifies testing procedures for evaluation of external leakage of valve stem seals (or shaft) and body joints of isolating valves and control valves intended for application in volatile air pollutants and hazardous fluids. End connection joints, vacuum application, effects of corrosion, and radiation are excluded from this part of ISO 15848.
ISO 15848-1:2015 concerns classification system and qualification procedures for type testing of valves.

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ISO 15848-2:2015 specifies test procedures for the evaluation of external leakage of valve stems or shafts and body joints of isolating valves and control valves intended for application with volatile air pollutants and hazardous fluids.
End connection joints, vacuum application, effects of corrosion, and radiation are excluded from this part of ISO 15848.
The production acceptance test is intended for standard production valves where fugitive emissions standards are specified.

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This European Standard specifies the method for the strength calculation of the shell with respect to internal pressure of the valve.

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ISO 4126-6:2014 gives guidance on the application, selection and installation of bursting disc safety devices used to protect pressure equipment from excessive pressure and/or excessive vacuum.

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This European Standard applies to copper alloy ball valves for general use having, flanged, threaded, capillary or compression or loose nut/union body ends.
This European Standard does not apply to copper alloy ball valves for drinking water applications.
This European Standard specifies the design and performance requirements including materials, pressure/temperature ratings for the shell and body seats, dimensions, test procedures and marking.
For some specific fields of application, for example gas, valves to this European Standard can be used provided the requirements of the relevant performance standards are met. Approval by the relevant regulatory body may be required.
The range of nominal sizes is DN 6 to DN 300 and of nominal diameters 6 mm to 110 mm.
The range of pressure designations covered is PN 6 ; PN 10 ; PN 16 ; PN 20 ; PN 25 ; PN 32 ; PN 40 ; PN 63 ; Class 150 and Class 300.
For the applicability of each nominal size/diameter and each pressure designation to the different types of valve end, see 4.1.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for industrial steel ball valves having flanged, threaded, socket welding or butt welding ends.
The DN range is:
-   DN 4 ; DN 6 ; DN 8 ; DN 10 ; DN 15 ; DN 20 ; DN 25 ; DN 32 ; DN 40 ; DN 50 ; DN 65 ; DN 80 ; DN 100 ; DN 125 ; DN 150 ; DN 200 ; DN 250 ; DN 300 ; DN 350 ; DN 400 ; DN 450 ; DN 500 ; DN 550 ; DN 600 ; DN 650 ; DN 700 ; DN 750 ; DN 800 ; DN 850 ; DN 900.
The PN and Class ranges are:
-   PN 6 ; PN 10 ; PN 16 ; PN 25 ; PN 40 ; PN 63 ; PN 100 ;
-   Class 150 ; Class 300 ; Class 600 ; Class 900 ; Class 1 500 ; Class 2 500 ; Class 4 500.
This European Standard applies to steel ball valves mainly used for industrial and general purpose applications. However, they can be used for other applications provided the requirements of the relevant performance standard are met.

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ISO 4126-5:2013 specifies the requirements for controlled safety pressure relief systems (CSPRS) irrespective of the fluid for which they are designed.
It is applicable for main valves having a flow diameter of 4 mm and above which are for use at pressures of 0,1 bar gauge and above. No limitation is placed on temperature.
ISO 4126-5:2013 is a product standard and is not applicable to applications.

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ISO 4126-1:2013 specifies general requirements for safety valves irrespective of the fluid for which they are designed.
It is applicable to safety valves having a flow diameter of 4 mm and above which are for use at set pressures of 0,1 bar gauge and above. No limitation is placed on temperature.
ISO 4126-1:2013 is a product standard and is not applicable to applications of safety valves.

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ISO 4126-7:2013 specifies requirements for safety valves. It contains information which is common to ISO 4126-1 to ISO 4126-6 to avoid unnecessary repetition.

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ISO 4126-4:2013 specifies general requirements for pilot operated safety valves, irrespective of the fluid for which they are designed. In all cases, the operation is carried out by the fluid in the system to be protected.
It is applicable to pilot operated safety valves having a valve flow diameter of 4 mm and above which are for use at set pressures of 0,1 bar gauge and above. No limitation is placed on temperature.
ISO 4126-4:2013 is a product standard and it is not applicable to applications of pilot operated safety valves.

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This European Standard applies to all valves (plug, ball, gate and check valves) used in onshore transmission pipelines for transport of natural gas in accordance with EN 1594, but with a differing temperature range according to the following three classes in accordance with EN 682:
1)   - 10 °C to 60 °C;
2)   - 20 °C to 60 °C;
3)   the range stated by the purchaser for special design.
This European Standard comprises all valves which are components of the pipeline.
This European Standard specifies valves for pipelines with a maximum operating pressure (MOP) over 16 bar.
Control valves and safety valves are excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard specifies requirements and appropriate verification tests carried out during production and for certification purposes to verify that the valves conform to the requirements. A summary of the product and type tests is given in Annex G.
This European Standard makes reference to EN 13942. All the requirements of EN 13942 should be met unless otherwise stated. Paragraphs marked with a dot [•] indicate requirements which are identical to EN 13942.
Additional national requirements and tests in accordance with individual national legal regulations not yet harmonised may be necessary and are to be advised in the purchase order.

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This European Standard deals with metal isolating valves used for gas distribution systems with maximum operating pressure up to 16 bar, and which operate with fuel gases of the first, the second and the third family, in accordance with EN 437.
The types of isolating valves to be considered are: plug and ball valves, gate valves, globe valves and butterfly valves.
This standard does not apply to:
-   valves for domestic installations;
-   safety type pressure relief valves;
-   wellhead valves.
In the case of power operated valves, the requirements for the power source are not covered by this European Standard.
The valves covered in this European Standard operate in the following classes of temperature:
-   - 10 °C to 60 °C;
-   - 20 °C to 60 °C;
-   the range is stated by the purchaser for special design.
This European Standard gives additional requirements to the relevant products standards. (See Annex B.)
In case of contradictions between the standards mentioned in Annex B and this European Standard, EN 13774 prevails.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for tests, test procedures and acceptance criteria for production testing of industrial valves made of metallic materials.
The specified tests may also be used as type tests or acceptance tests.
Safety devices are not covered by EN 12266-1.
When specified as a normative reference in a valve product or performance standard, this European Standard is to be considered in conjunction with given specific requirements of the valve product or performance standard. Where requirements in a product or performance standard differ from those given in this European Standard, the requirements of the product or performance standard apply.
NOTE   For testing of industrial valves of thermoplastic materials, ISO 9393-1 and ISO 9393-2 apply.

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This European Standard specifies supplementary requirements for tests, test procedures and acceptance criteria of industrial valves made of metallic materials.
The specified tests may be used as type tests, production tests or acceptance tests. The application of these tests is specified in the appropriate product or performance standards.
When specified as a normative reference in a valve product or performance standard, this European Standard should be considered in conjunction with given specific requirements of the valve product or performance standard. Where requirements in a product or performance standard differ from those given in this European Standard, the requirements of the product or performance standard apply.
NOTE   For testing of industrial valves of thermoplastic materials, ISO 9393-1 and ISO 9393-2 apply.

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This European Standard specifies a method for determining valve pressure loss coefficient and fluid flow coefficient using water as test fluid. This method is suitable
for valves with low zeta values but higher than 0,1 by determining pressure loss, with respect to fluid flow rate and specific gravity, and
for valves with equal inlet and outlet nominal size.
Industrial process control valves are excluded from this European Standard.
NOTE 1   For zeta values above 6, the pressure loss coefficient inaccuracy is higher than the pressure loss caused by the test tubes. It becomes the same configuration of tests as in EN 60534-2-3.
NOTE 2   If using air as test fluid, other standards e.g. EN 60534-2-3 and ISO 6358 should be referred to.

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This European Standard applies to copper alloy gate valves for general use having flanged, threaded, capillary, compression or loose nut/union body ends.
This European Standard specifies the design and performance requirements including materials, pressure/temperature ratings, dimensions, test procedures and marking.
For some specific fields of application, for example, drinking water or gas, valves to this European Standard can be used provided the requirements of the relevant performance standards are met. Approval by the relevant regulatory body may be required.
The range of nominal sizes is DN 8 to DN 500 and of nominal diameters is 8 mm to 110 mm.
The range of pressure designations covered is PN 6 ; PN 10 ; PN 16 ; PN 20 ; PN 25 ; PN 32 ; PN 40 ; PN 63 ; Class 150 and Class 300.
For the applicability of each nominal size/diameter and each pressure designation to the different types of valve end, see 4.1.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for steel globe and globe stop and check valves which are wrought, cast or fabricated in straight, angle or oblique pattern with end connections flanged, butt welding, socket welding or threaded.
This standard is applicable to steel globe and globe stop and check valves mainly used for industrial and general purpose applications. However, they can be used for other applications provided the requirements of the relevant performance standards are met.
The range of nominal sizes covered is:
DN 8; DN 10; DN 12; DN 15; DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100; DN 125; DN 150; DN 200; DN 250; DN 300; DN 350; DN 400.
DN 8 and DN 12 are not used for PN designated flanged end connections.
DN 8, DN 10 and DN 12 are not used for Class designated flanged end connections.
Socket welding end valves and threaded end valves are limited to the range DN 8 to DN 65.
The range of pressure designations covered is:
a)   for flanged and butt welding end valves:
-   PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40; PN 63; PN 100;
-   Class 150; Class 300; Class 600.
b)   for socket welding end valves and threaded end valves:
-   PN 40; PN 63; PN 100;
-   Class 600; Class 800.
NOTE   Class 800 is a Class designation widely used for socket welding and threaded end valves.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for cast iron globe valves in straight, angle or oblique pattern (see EN 736 2) with flanged or threaded end connections.
This European Standard is applicable to cast iron globe valves mainly used for industrial and general purpose applications. However, they can be used for other applications provided the requirements of the relevant performance standards are met.
The range of nominal sizes covered is:
a)   flanged:
DN 10; DN 15; DN 20; DN 25; DN 32; DN 40; DN 50; DN 65; DN 80; DN 100; DN 125; DN 150; DN 200; DN 250; DN 300; DN 350; DN 400.
b)   threaded:
½, ¾, 1, 1¼, 1½, 2.
The range of pressure designations covered is:
a)   for flanged end valves:
PN 6; PN 10; PN 16; PN 25; PN 40;
b)   for threaded end valves:
PN 6; PN 10; PN 16.

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