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Triton Rubber Seat Butterfly Valve

Source: Mueller Water Products

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With the development of the first rubber seated butterfly valve more than 70 years ago, the Henry Pratt Company became a trusted name in the flow control industry, setting the standard for product quality and customer service. Today Pratt provides the following range of superior products to the water, wastewater and power generation industries.

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With the development of the first rubber seated butterfly valve more than 70 years ago, the Henry Pratt Company became a trusted name in the flow control industry, setting the standard for product quality and customer service. Today Pratt provides the following range of superior products to the water, wastewater and power generation industries.

Henry Pratt valves represent a long-term commitment to both the customer and to a tradition of product excellence. This commitment is evident in the number of innovations we have brought to the industries we serve. In fact, the Henry Pratt Company was the first to introduce many of the flow control products in use today, including the first rubber seated butterfly valve, one of the first nuclear N-Stamp valves, and the bonded seat butterfly valve.

Sizes: 24 through 144 inches

Standard Body Styles:

  • Flange x flange ends
  • Mechanical Joint ends (24"-48")
  • Flange and Mechanical Joint ends (24", 30", 36")

Standards:

  • Conforms to AWWA C504 requirements

Pressure Class:

  • AWWA pressure classes 75B (54"-144") and 150B

Seat: Rubber seat-in-body

Actuation Options:

  • Pratt MDT manual actuator with AWWA nut,handwheel or chainwheel
  • Worm gear actuators
  • Pratt Dura-Cyl hydraulic or pneumatic cylinder

Accessories/Options:
Anti-cavitation device, bonnets, floorstands, lantern glands, shaft locking devices, external epoxy injection port, snubbers, expansion joints, rubber lining

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