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Discover the Taurus features

Feature Overview

STANDARDS & PRESSURE
  • Full bore
    Meets the minimum bore requirements according to API 6D / ISO 14313, Table 1
  • Reduced bore
    One size below nominal size of valve with bore according to API 6D / ISO 14313, Table 1
  • Pressure class 150 TO 2,500
  • Fire safe in accordance to API 607 and ISO 10497
  • Compliant to nace MR0175 and ISO 15156
  • Factory tested in accordance with ASME B16.34, API 6D / ISO 14313, ISO 5208
  • Manufactured in accordance with the pressure equipment directive
DESIGN & MATERIALS
  • Standard materials of construction
    are forged Carbon Steel L F2, Stainless Steel 316 and Duplex
  • Ball seat material
    PTFE, Devlon, PEEK or Metal Seated
  • Stem seal material
    FKM, HNBR – RGD resistant (RGD = Rapid Gas Decompression) or Graphite
  • Design variations
    Anti-blowout stem and anti-static
  • Weld inlay
    Seat pocket and seal area overlay on request
  • Bi-directional
    The Taurus Series floating and trunnion ball valves are bi-directional as standard
  • Painting
    The valves can be supplied with any kind of adequate coatings for environmental protection, according to customers specifications

Added Value for All Fields of Application

Purchase & Supply Chain

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Piping

  • We understand your focus on getting best quality products installed on your pipelines. Read about best practices and latest trends.
  • Get updates about standards and regulations
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Design

  • Make your life easier with free access to 2D and 3D models
  • Access to technical documentation and data sheets
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Health Safety & Environment

  • Safety is our utmost priority – stay on top of latest developments when it comes to safety.
  • Get updates about environmental standards and regulations such as TA-Luft or ISO 15848
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Maintenance

  • We know the pain of maintaining and handling bulky products on the field – stay informed about latest trends and information making your life easier
  • Access to valuable infographics and video clips
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Different Designs

High-quality pieces for every requirement

2 Piece Design

Features

3 Piece Design

Features

Significant Advantages

Reduce your installation and maintenance costs

Compact Assembly
Reduced Weight
Reduced Leak Paths
Space Savings

Certification & Traceability

Material test certificates 3.1 according to EN 10204. A unique code is stamped on all relevant components linking them with their material and chemical analysis certificates.

Codes and Specifications

Designed and manufactured in accordance with industry standards

Code Specification
ASME B31.3 Process Piping
ASME B16.34 Valves – Flanged, Threaded and Welding End
ASME B16.5 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings
ASME B16.10 Face-to-Face and End-to-End Dimensions of Valves
ASME B16.11 Forged Fittings, Socket Welding and Threaded
ASME B16.25 Buttwelding Ends
NACE MR0175 /
ISO 15156
Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries – Materials for use in H2S-containing Environments in Oil and gas Production
API 6D /
ISO 14313
Specification for Pipeline Valves
Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries – Pipeline Transportation Systems – Pipeline Valves
API 598 Valve Inspection and Testing
ISO 5208 Industrial Valves – Pressure Testing of Metallic Valves
API 607 /
ISO 10497
Fire Test for Soft-Seated Quarter Turn Valves Testing of Valves. Fire Type-testing Requirements
MSS SP-25 Standard Marking System for Valves, Fittings, Flanges and Unions

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