Tri-Clamp Butterfly Valves (TCBFE)

  • Sanitary Clamp Butterfly Valve
  • 316 Stainless Steel
  • Operating Temperatures: 15° F – 200° F
  • Information supplied based on water media at 68°F
  • 32Ra Finish (Roughness Average)
  • Field serviceable.
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Sanitary tri-clamp butterfly valve for easy process control

Clamp Butterfly Valve comes with a pull-trigger locking mechanism to control process flow.  Tri-clamp connections allow for easy field disassembly for clean-in-place processes.  This product comes standard in 316L stainless steel alloy.
 
We recommend clamp gaskets and our single-pin heavy duty clamp in order to safely connect this product to the rest of your system.

Tri-Clamp Butterfly Valve Part Numbers & Dimensions

Clamp Butterfly Valve Dimensions

Size
(Tube OD)
Part Number Dimensions Break Torque Pressure Rating Flow Coefficient
EPDM A B C D E F G in/lbs (PSI) (CV)
1 “ TCBFE-100 4.400 2.800 1.400 0.900 2.598 0.900 3.100 75 140 23
1-1/2″ TCBFE-150 4.400 2.800 1.400 0.900 2.756 1.400 3.100 130 140 80
2 “ TCBFE-200 4.400 3.100 1.400 0.900 2.756 1.900 3.900 165 140 230
2-1/2″ TCBFE-250 4.400 3.500 1.400 0.900 3.071 2.400 4.600 210 110 264
3 “ TCBFE-300 6.200 3.800 1.300 1.200 3.150 2.900 5.200 350 110 372
4 “ TCBFE-400 6.200 4.500 1.300 1.200 3.465 3.800 6.700 540 85 800
6 “ TCBFE-600 11.500 5.500 1.300 1.200 4.646 5.800 8.500 1550 60 1200

 

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Tri-Clamp Fittings and Gasket Sizing Guide

Sanitary Fitting Dimensions
Sanitary Size OD of Flange End ID of Tube OD of Tube
1/2″ 0.992 0.370 0.500
3/4″ 0.992 0.620 0.750
1″ 1.984 0.870 1.000
1 1/2″ 1.984 1.370 1.500
2″ 2.516 1.870 2.000
2 1/2″ 3.047 2.370 2.500
3″ 3.579 2.870 3.000
4″ 4.682 3.834 4.000
6″ 6.562 5.782 6.000
8″ 8.602 7.782 8.000
10″ 10.570 9.782 10.000
12″ 12.570 11.760 12.000

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Will this valve leak if one side is placed under vacuum and the other side is exposed to air?Back to product
asked by uisiodo on 2018-07-17 01:24:49
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  1. These valves are designed to withstand a certain amount of pressure both internal and external. At some point, the valve will fail under pressure but it all depends on the strength of the vacuum you are applying.
    John Zabkowicz answered on 2018-08-15 07:02:07