3310 - Segmented Ball Control Valve

3310 - Segmented Ball Control Valve

The Type 3310 segmented ball control valve is designed for general service applications up to the limits of the ANSI 300 pressure class rating. These general service applications include process events such as erosion and abrasion found in most process control industries. The segmented ball design increases flow capacities but also reduces the pressure recovery factor making the design more susceptible to cavitation, flashing, and flow noise generation. The Type 3310 segmented ball control valve has several standard options such as temperature extensions, heating jacket, metal sealing trim, soft sealing trim, etc. These control valves are designed according to the modular assembly principle, can be equipped with SAMSON actuators and valve accessories such as positioners, limit switches, and solenoid valves.

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SAMSON, as a leading manufacturer of sophisticated valves and control equipment for process industry, provides tailor-made solutions to meet special customer requirements.SAMSON, as a leading manufacturer of sophisticated valves and control equipment for process industry, provides tailor-made solutions to meet special customer requirements.

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