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Explosion Protection

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  • fast shutting gate valve FSGV

    StuvEx Fast shutting gate valve FSGV

    Fast shutting gate valve: the best isolation
    - Extremely fast closing time (8 - 30 msec)
    - resistant to explosion pressure(< 30 - 50 bar)
    - no obstruction of the product flow
    - no contamination of the product
    - not hindered by high concentrations of dust
    - ATEX certified

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  • fast closing valve

    StuvEx Fast closing valve VENTEX

    - Passive and automatic
    - Can handle explosion pressure up to 14 bar
    - Suitable for airflow, gas or for hybrid mixtures.
    - Minimal pressure loss
    - No contamination of the product
    - ATEX certified

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  • RSK non return valve

    StuvEx RSK non-return valve

    - Passive and autonomous system
    - Easy to install
    - Low pressure loss
    - ATEX certified

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  • Non Resturn Valve Norex

    StuvEx Passive Non-Return Valve Norex

    This is a fully autonomous working valve and is to be mounted horizontally at a certain distance from the containment system to be protected (usually filters). The damper blade is floating during normal working circumstances and is thus held open by the airflow . When the process is stopped the damper blade falls under the influence of its own weight and the valve is closed . If an explosion occurs behind the valve during the process, the air flow is immediately reversed by the increase in pressure. Propagation of the explosion to the rest of the installation is in that case very effectively prevented by the Norex valve.

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  • Technical Article - Stuvex Protection Methods

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    At major accidents it has almost never been the first explosion to cause the big damage, but the subsequent secondary explosions. The latter are always the consequence of unsatisfactory isolation.

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