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Like the majority of Jordan Valves, the Mark 60 Series Pressure Regulator features the advanced sliding gate seat technology pioneered by Jordan Valve. Using the Jordan Valve sliding gate seat technology, the Mark 60 pressure regulators have the signature straight-through flow, short-stroke that is 1/3 of a globe-style valve, quiet operation and tight shutoff. The Jordan Valve Mark 60 has high rangebility and extremely accurate regulation.
The 1-1/2″ and 2″ size Mark 608 valves are suitable for large tank blanketing applications and other low-pressure gas regulation.
In a tank blanketing application, the Mark 608 is used to control the flow of the blanketing gas into the tank to maintain the proper positive pressure. Once the blanket has been established, a small flow of nitrogen is continually admitted to the tank to keep the blanket fresh.
The Mark 608BP Balanced Plug Gas Pressure Regulator is the ideal valve for low pressure gas regulation with higher inlet pressures.
The self-contained, low-pressure gas regulator is for use on tank blanketing, gas meter inlet pressure regulating, gas burners and other low-pressure air and gas applications. The valve has a 360° orientation, can be installed in any position, and can be easily repositioned while in line. The seat and plug can be inspected without removing body from the line.
They are available in 1″ to 10″ (DN25 though DN250) body sizes. These regulators feature a construction capable of sustaining rugged use and their construction makes them easy to install and to maintain.
The Mark 608DS is a double-seated, self-operated gas regulator for use in tank blanketing applications.
The double-seated design allows the Mark 608DS to handle increased flow and higher pressure drops than similarly sized single-seat valve types while maintaining ANSI Class VI shutoff. The large diaphragm is highly sensitive and insures accurate regulation. All wetted metal parts are produced from CF3M 316L Stainless Steel or WCB Carbon Steel for durability and longevity.
The Mark 608IS gas pressure regulator is ideal for low-pressure gas regulation. The self-contained, low-pressure gas regulator is for use on tank blanketing, gas meter inlet pressure regulating, gas burners, and other low-pressure air and gas applications. The Mark 608IS is normally open. The aspirator senses increases in the outlet pressure, causing the large elastomer diaphragm to rise, moving the plug toward the seat. As outlet pressure decreases, the diaphragm shifts down and moves the plug away from the seat to increase flow. The lever, which connects the stem to the diaphragm, amplifies diaphragm forces for tighter shutoff.
The MK 608MM series are spring loaded, self actuated, direct-operated, valves. Pressure reducing valves are devices whose main function is to match the flow of the medium (gas, steam or liquid) through the regulator to the demand of the medium by the system. At the same time, the regulator must maintain the system pressure at a requested value, or within an acceptable range of this pressure.
The Mark 608UBS Series valves are spring-loaded, direct-operated, pressure relief valves used downstream of pressure regulators to protect the downstream system from over pressure. Their main function is to regulate the inlet pressure.
The Mark 6127 pressure reducing valve is used in many applications worldwide. The primary function of the Mark 6127 is to reduce a greater upstream pressure to a lesser, more manageable downstream pressure, operating without regard to either upstream supply or downstream demand.
The Mark 62 internally piloted pressure regulator is a specialty valve designed for critical application regulation in locations where space is limited. Small and lightweight in design, the Mark 62 valve provides the accuracy of a piloted valve with the size, weight, and appearance of a single, self-operated valve. The Mark 62 will accurately control pressure with little deviation from the set point. The accuracy levels approach those provided by control valves with quicker response, therefore, the Mark 62 should be considered before other more expensive, sophisticated control instrumentation.
The Mark 627 is a self-operated, pressure-reducing regulator that provides accurate regulation and tight shutoff on low- or high-pressure systems. Use on air, natural gas, or a variety of other gases.
The Mark 627 handles inlet pressures up to 2000 psi (137,9 bar). It features a tamper-resistant protective cap and the top entry design allow easy in-line maintenance. The standard 316 stainless steel orifice comes in six different sizes. The carbon steel body has FNPT end connections and is available in 3/4″ (DN20) and 1″ (DN25).
The Mark 63 is designed to maintain a constant differential between the pressure on the discharged side of the regulator and the signal pressure loaded on the diaphragm. The Mark 64 provides the same flow capacity as the Mark 63, but with less offset in controlled pressure due to a larger diaphragm.
The Mark 63CDF features a flow-through spring housing that is designed to permit “in-oil-line” installation. This is especially desirable where air or steam is used for fuel oil atomization.
The fuel oil flow through the spring housing reduces the possibility of the oil asphalting on top of the diaphragm, which would cause a loss of differential pressure control and operating sensitivity. For added protection in this service, the Mark 63CDF includes a separated double diaphragm that prevents the fluids from mixing in the event the diaphragm were to rupture.
The Mark 630 is a self-operated, pressure-reducing regulator that provides accurate regulation and tight shutoff on high-pressure gas systems. It handles inlet pressures up to 1500 psi (103,4 bar) for a variety of gases.
The rugged design is available in 1″ (WCB body) and 2″ (Ductile Iron body) and offers brass or stainless trim.
Jordan vacuum regulators control accurately and shutoff tightly to maintain the proper vacuum setting. They regulate vacuum on evaporators, cookers, grinding fixtures, milking machines, altitude chambers, and other vacuum systems.
The Mark 65 is normally up and closed. The higher vacuum acts beneath the diaphragm and lowers the diaphragm on increase in vacuum to open the valve; a decrease in vacuum raises the diaphragm to close the valve. To adjust the set point, turn the adjusting screw clockwise to increase the vacuum or counterclockwise to decrease the vacuum.
The Mark 66 is a highly accurate and economical air-loaded pressure regulator that provides regulation from a local or remote station. The operation of the Mark 66 requires no control spring or pilot. Instead, a static air signal is applied to the top of the diaphragm to determine the set point.
The LowFlow JR regulator is ideal for controlling the pressure load to the top of the diaphragm.