Didtek Butterfly Valve is a mechanism that regulates the flow of materials within large pipe diameters by the quarter-turn rotation of a disc. A rod feeds through the center of a disc and this rod is connected to an actuator that controls the motion of the disc. The disc position is either parallel or perpendicular to the flow of media.
Didtek Butterfly Valve are designed to regulate the flow and limit the control capability. It is a valve in which the obturator rotates about an axis at right angles to the flowing direction, and the flow surpasses around the obturator in the open position.
Didtek Butterfly Valve can be used in wastewater plants, power plants, and in process plants for shut-off the regulating and isolating service, and are especially popular in very large diameter pipelines. Also used in pharmaceutical, chemical, and food processing. Butterfly Valve are used for corrosive liquids at low temp and pressure.
A butterfly valve regulates flow by starting, slowing, or stopping media. The disk opens and closes with a low-torque rotation of 90 degrees and works for any compatible application. Because they cost less and are lighter weight, the butterfly valve is often preferred over other types of valves.