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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 Mark 44 adjustable cam valve is used to control the flow of fuel oil to a burner. It is ideally suited for process applications with frequent changes in fuel/air mixture because the valve can easily meet new requirements by simply readjusting the cam screws.
The valve is designed for applications where tight shutoff is not required; when required, it must be provided by other means.
The Mark 78 pneumatic control valve is designed for accurate performance and simplified maintenance. It can be used on a variety of applications including viscous/corrosive liquids, process gases, or utility steam in process or utility service.
The Mark 78 utilizes a cage-retained seat design with an unbalanced plug. The top entry cage design allows maintenance while the valve is in the line. The trim comes with stainless steel standard or can easily accommodate special materials for maximum corrosion resistance.