INSTALLATION

Check Valve (TS 10873) installation instructions:

  1. Verify that the valve is suitable for the operating specifications of the medium (installation); such as maximum operating pressure, maximum operating temperature, corrosiveness and abrasiveness, etc.
  2. The operating temperature of the check valve is -2O/+3OO °C
  3. Keep the valve in a clean environment and do not remove the protective caps until installation.
  4. The valve can be used in the pipeline in the horizontal, vertical and upwardly inclined positions.
  5. The arrow, on the valve body, must be in the same direction as the liquid flow.
  6. Before installation, the pipe must be cleaned of all dirt such as sand, gravel, dirt, welding residues, etc.
  7. Use strainers, in suitable sections of the pipeline, for future protection of the valve from dirt and foreign substances.
  8. The pipeline should be free of tension before installation commences.
  9. Verify that the distance between the flanges, where the valve will be connected, is equal to the length of the valve body.
  10. Use suitable gaskets between the valve flanges and the counter flanges.
  11. First, mount one side of the valve and only lightly fit the bolts. Do not fully tighten the bolts yet. Similarly, mount the other side of the valve. Finish by uniformly tightening the bolts, to avoid twisting the valve body, on both sides of the valve.
  12. The related standard number of the valve is TS 10873.

Ball Valve (TS 3148) installation instructions:

  1. Do not use this valve in flammable gas (natural gas) installations.
  2. Fluid pressure must not exceed the pressure that is stated on the valve. The fluid temperature of the Teflon used as an imperviousness gasket must not pass 150°C for more than a short period of time and 120°C for longer time periods.
  3. Clean all kinds of foreign substances (sand, gravel, dirt, etc.) from the installation before assembling.
  4. Fit dirt separators (filters) on the suitable parts of the installation for future protection of the valve from dirt and foreign substances.
  5. Only take out the flange from its packaging when you are going to attach it to the installation.
  6. The pipeline should be free of tension before installation commences.
  7. Do not carry the valve from it’s arms.
  8. Verify that the distance between the flanges, where the valve will be connected, is equal to the length of the valve body.
  9. Firstly, fit the impervious gasket between the valve flange and the installation flange. Then mount one side of the valve and only lightly fit the bolts. Do not fully tighten the bolts yet. Similarly, mount the other side of the valve. Finish by uniformly tightening the bolts, to avoid twisting the valve body, on both sides of the valve
  10. Set the valve in a fully open or fully closed position as required.
  11. Close and open the valve once a week to prevent the occurrence of lime and dirt layers on the surface of the sphere when the valve has been in the open/closed position for a long time
  12. Only move the arm in the direction of the arrow whilst opening and closing the valve. Do not continue to force the arm, when the cycle is completed, by hanging onto the circumscription pin.
  13. Avoid sudden and quick open/close movements to prevent occurrence of a water-pulling stroke on the spherical valves.
  14. Insulate the valve to prevent damage by the liquid freezing in winter months.
  15. Send damaged valves to the service department.
  16. If there is a leakage under the arm, from the gasket in the no O-ring gasket grouped valves, tighten the turnscrew under the arm in a clockwise direction.
  17. The related standard number of the valve is TS 3148.

Gate Valve (TS 457) installation instructions:

  1. Verify that the valve is suitable for the operating specifications of the medium (installation); such as maximum operating pressure, maximum operating temperature, corrosiveness and abrasiveness, etc.
  2. The operating temperature of the check valve is -10/+120°C
  3. Keep the valve in a clean environment and do not remove the protective caps until installation.
  4. The valve can be used in the pipeline in any position.
  5. Before installation, the pipe must be cleaned of all dirt such as sand, gravel, dirt, welding residues, etc.
  6. Use strainers, in suitable sections of the pipeline, for future protection of the valve from dirt and foreign substances.
  7. The pipeline should be free of tension before installation commences.
  8. Verify that the distance between the flanges, where the valve will be connected, is equal to the length of the valve body.
  9. Use suitable gaskets between the valve flanges and the counter flanges.
  10. First, mount one side of the valve and only lightly fit the bolts. Do not fully tighten the bolts yet. Similarly, mount the other side of the valve. Finish by uniformly tightening the bolts, to avoid twisting the valve body, on both sides of the valve.
  11. The related standard number of the valve is TS 457

Strainer (TS 11494) installation instructions:

  1. Verify the strainer to be suitable for the specifications of medium, such as maximum operating pressure, maximum operating temperature, corrosiveness and abrasiveness.
  2. The operating temperature of the check valve is -20/+300°C
  3. Keep the strainer in a clean environment and do not remove the protective caps until installation.
  4. The strainer can be used in the pipeline in any position. The cover must be facing downward.
  5. The arrow, on the strainer body, must be in the same direction of the liquid flow.
  6. Before installation, the pipeline must be cleaned of all dirt such as sand, welding residues, etc.
  7. The pipeline should be free of tension before installation commences.
  8. Verify that the distance between the flanges, where the strainer will be connected, is equal to the length of the valve body.
  9. Use suitable gaskets between strainer the strainer flanges and counter flanges.
  10. First, mount one side of the strainer and only lightly fit the bolts. Do not fully tighten the bolts yet. Similarly, mount the other side of the strainer. Finish by uniformly tightening the bolts, to avoid twisting the strainer body, on both sides of the strainer.
  11. The related standard number of the valve is TS 11494

Butterfly Valve installation instructions:

  1. Verify that the valve is suitable for the operating specifications of the medium (installation); such as maximum operating pressure, maximum operating temperature, corrosiveness and abrasiveness, etc.
  2. Butterfly valves can be connected to the pipeline in any position.
  3. Before installation, the pipe must be cleaned of all dirt such as sand, gravel, dirt, welding residues, etc. Otherwise the butterfly valve and it’s gasket can be damaged.
  4. Pipelines should be continuous. Otherwise, leakage from the joints of the pipeline, to where the butterfly valve will be connected, can damage the butterfly valve
  5. The pipeline should be free of tension before installation commences.
  6. Verify that the distance between the flanges, where the valve will be connected, is equal to the length of the valve body.
  7. An adequate distance should be left between the flanges, during the installation, for fitting the valve. If the valve is placed in a tight position, the gasket of the valve can be damaged and the stem imperviousness will be affected in a negative way.
  8. While installing the valve, the disc should put into the valve in an open position such that the valve can not run over the flange.
  9. After the valve is placed between the flanges, the tightening of the bolts and nuts must be slowly and equally done. Careful attention must be paid to this operation so that the valve is not twisted and the valve body and flange are maintained in a parallel position. Do not over tighten the bolts as this can lead to damage (distortion) of the gasket.
  10. In vertical installations the brackets, that will prevent the transmission of the installation weight to the valve, should be fitted first. Otherwise turning the valve on/off can could twist the valve and effect the operation.
  11. After the installation of the valve, the centring of the disc should be done by hand to ensure that the disc is perfectly placed. Afterwards the margins of all nut connections should also be done by hand, with the help of wrench

Globe Valve / Metal Bellow Valve installation instructions:

  1. Verify that the valve is suitable for the operating specifications of the medium (installation); such as maximum operating pressure, maximum operating temperature, corrosiveness and abrasiveness, etc.
  2. The operating temperature of the check valve is -20/+300°C1/2
  3. Keep the valve in a clean environment and do not remove the protective caps until installation.
  4. The valve can be used in the pipeline in any position.
  5. The arrow, on the valve body, must be in the same direction of the liquid flow.
  6. Before installation, the pipe must be cleaned of all dirt such as sand, gravel, dirt, welding residues, etc.
  7. Use strainers, in suitable sections of the pipeline, for future protection of the valve from dirt and foreign substances.
  8. The pipeline should be free of tension before installation commences.
  9. Verify that the distance between the flanges, where the valve will be connected, is equal to the length of the valve body.
  10. Use suitable gaskets between the valve flanges and the counter flanges.
  11. First, mount one side of the valve and only lightly fit the bolts. Do not fully tighten the bolts yet. Similarly, mount the other side of the valve. Finish by uniformly tightening the bolts, to avoid twisting the valve body, on both sides of the valve.

Globe Gas Valve (TS EN 331) installation instructions:

  1. The valve can be used in natural gas, town gas and LPG installations as a distribution and service valve. The maximum working pressure of the valve is shown on the valve body in units of bar.
  2. Verify that the valve is suitable for the operating specifications of the medium (installation); such as maximum operating pressure, maximum operating temperature, corrosiveness and abrasiveness, etc.
  3. Before installation, the pipe must be cleaned of all dirt such as sand, gravel, dirt, welding residues, etc
  4. Remove the valve from its packaging before you attach it to the installation.
  5. First, mount one side of the valve and only lightly fit the bolts. Do not fully tighten the bolts yet. Similarly, mount the other side of the valve. Finish by uniformly tightening the bolts, to avoid twisting the valve body, on both sides of the valve.
  6. The length of screw, at the end of pipe where the valve is attached, must be smaller than the length of screw at the entrances-exits of the valve. An imperviousness element (natural gas cement) must be used between valve screw bottom and pipe screw.
  7. Use the valve in the fully open or fully closed position
  8. When opening or closing the valve, only move the valve levers in the direction of the arrow on the valve body. Do not continue to force the valve levers when the lever open/close cycle is completed.
  9. During assembling and dismantlement operation, use a wrench on both ends of the bolts. Do not use force when fitting the valve body to the installation.
  10. During assembling, use a wrench to hold the side of the pipe where the connection is made.
  11. The related standard number of the valve is TS EN 331.

Radiator Valve (TS 579) installation instructions:

  1. Before assembling clean all kinds of foreign substances (sand, gravel, dirt etc) in the installation.
  2. Remove the valve from its package before you attach it to the installation.
  3. Take care that the same direction of the fluid transition direction is the same as the arrow direction shown on the valve body while attaching the valve to the installation.
  4. Force on in the direction of arrow shown by the arrow on the handwheel while opening and closing the valve. Do not use overforce to the handwheel.
  5. If there is a leakage under the handwheel from the gasket in gasket grouped valves without O-ring, you can prevent the leakage by squeezing the nut under the lever with an appropriate wrench.
  6. When assembling to the pipe and radiator use an impervious element such that the body and nipple are free from each other. When the nipple and the body are tightened, with the help of union nut, do not cause contraction and tension. Do not impose excessive force whilst tightening the union nut.
  7. The related standard number of the valve is TS 579