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The 667M Series is a reverse-acting, spring-opposed diaphragm actuators providing 3″ (76 mm) of maximum travel. Although typical pressure ranges are 3 to 15 psi or 6 to 30 psi, additional pressure ranges are available upon request. The 667M Actuator is used for automatic operation of control valves, effective in applications where throttling or on/off service is required.
The Mark 10 Series was designed to be used with Jordan Valve’s pneumatic and electric control valves. Choose one of the Mark 10 Controllers for reliable and accurate control of pressure and temperature.
Mark 10 Pressure Controller: Pneumatic controller featuring 1-100% proportional band and differential gap.
Mark 11 Pressure Controller: Pneumatic controller featuring 2-200% proportional band plus reset.
The Mark 12 panel mounted manual loading stations are used for the positioning of air-actuated valves and other pneumatic control equipment from a remote, centralized control location. When used with Jordan’s Mark 66 air-loaded regulators, they provide accurate visual control to meet the precise requirements of the tire and palstic molding industries, as well as the exacting demands of many other process industries.
The Mark 128PQC Series Control Valve body assembly is suitable for on-off dump valve service in oil and gas production applications, in either sweet or sour gas conditions. This valve is also useful for on-off high-pressure control of numerous gasses and liquids, and can be used with materials that are viscous or erosive.
The Mark 15 positioner uses the full force of its air supply to drive and maintain the piston or diaphragm in a pneumatic actuator, positioning the valve to what is required by control instrument regardless of the presence of forces that change valve position.
The Mark 15 has feedback circuits designed to measure the position of the actuator’s piston or diaphragm. The positioner then supplies or exhausts air to bring the actuator within the required range for its corresponding control instrument.
The Mark 16 valve positioner is used to enhance the performance of pneumatic control valves. In conjunction with pneumatic or electronic controllers, positioners eliminate positioning errors, shorten positioning times, and determine the direction of movement for proper positioning of the valve control element.
Mark 16 Side Mounted Pneumatic Positioner: Converts a low input signal from a pneumatic controller into a high output pneumatic signal for improved positioning.
The Mark 16IQ is an intelligent positioner offering precision control of both rotary and linear style control valves. This compact, yet rugged unit offers comprehensive diagnostics and high-level customization with quick configuration and simple ease of use. Jordan Valve offers the MK16IQ in three primary configurations:
Basic Version: Smart positioner with gauge block, Hart protocol, or hazardous location approvals.
The Mark 2000 is an externally piloted, angle-seat valve with self-adjusting packing gland, intermediate relief, and wiper. The angle-seat construction of the body makes extremely high flow rates possible, particularly in comparison to conventional globe valves.
The compact size and light-weight design makes this valve ideal for OEM machinery and other applications where space is limited.
The Jordan Mark 25 Series is a temperature controller that uses instrument air to position a control valve or air-operated regulator (such as the Jordan Mark 66 Series) in a process line.
The Mark 33 is a motor-operated valve featuring the Jordan sliding gate seat and heavy-duty industrial motors for proportional (resistance), on-off, 4-20 mA electronic control. Models include the Mark 33 in sizes 1/4″ through 2″ (DN8 through DN50), the high flow Mark 331/332 with Cv's up to 70 (60,34 Kv), and the Mark 39 with three-way body.
The Mark 37 is a motor-operated control valve that combines a state-of-the-art electronic linear actuator with the exceptional performance of Jordan's sliding gate valve seat design. It’s superior accuracy makes the Mark 37 an ideal final control element in distributed process control systems.
The Mark 39 is a motor-operated, three-way control valve that combines the performance of the Jordan sliding gate seat with the time-proven quality of the Honeywell industrial motor. Available for either diverting (Mark 39) or mixing (Mark 39MX) services, the Mark 39 utilizes two sets of seats to handle higher than usual pressure drops while maintaining ANSI Class IV shutoff.