3591 - Heavy Duty Cage Control Valve

3591 - Heavy Duty Cage Control Valve

The Type 3591 cage retained globe control valve is designed for the most severe service applications up to the limits of the ANSI 900 pressure class rating. These severe service conditions include process events such as extreme erosion, abrasion, corrosion, cavitation, and flashing found in the most severe of applications in all the process control industries. The Type 3591 control valve has standard options such as temperature extensions, high performance metal sealing trim, noise attenuation trim sets, etc. In addition to these options the valves can be specialized to meet the exact process needs for these most severe of service conditions. 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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