26s Type Heavy Duty Trunnion Mounted Ball Valves

The Pfeiffer BR26s is a formidable presence in the domain of heavy-duty ball valves, meticulously crafted to deliver resilient performance within the confines of ANSI 300 pressure class specifications. Its adaptable construction allows for either floating or trunnion mounting, catering to a wide range of general service applications vulnerable to erosion, abrasion, and corrosion. By improving flow capacities, this design effectively mitigates pressure recovery, reducing the risk of cavitation and flow noise.

Key Features

Key features and benefits of 26s Type Heavy Duty Trunnion Mounted Ball Valves

Key Features

Tailored for diverse applications including alkaline & acidic solutions, gases & steams, hydrocarbons, suspended solids, and vacuum service, ensuring adaptability across various industries.

Key Features

Equipped with anti-static and blowout-proof valve shaft technology, bolstering reliability under demanding conditions while meeting stringent safety standards, including fire-safe specifications according to API 607 4th edition.

Key Features

Featuring a trunnion-mounted design with three soft seat versions, including spring loading and metal chambering, along with a robust bearing design for higher loading capacity, ensuring optimal performance and durability in critical operations.

Valve Standards & Stuff

Maximum Pressure Rating: 150 to 300
Temperature Range: -325 to 1022°F (-196 to 550°C)
Size Range: 1" to 32"
Body Material: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel


A control valve regulates the flow of fluid by varying the size of the flow passage as directed by a signal from a controller. This adjustment impacts the rate of flow as well as the process quantities such as pressure, temperature, and fluid level.
The main types of control valves include globe control valves, which offer precise flow control; rotary control valves, known for their versatility and efficiency; and specialty control valves, designed for specific, often challenging applications.
The choice depends on several factors including the nature of the material to be controlled (liquid, gas, or steam), the required flow rate, the pressure drop across the valve, and the specific control characteristics needed. Consulting with a valve specialist is often recommended.
Globe control valves are characterized by a linear motion to throttle flow. They are highly effective for precise control in low to moderate flow rates and are favored for their ability to handle a wide range of operating temperatures and pressures.
Yes, certain rotary control valves are designed to handle slurry applications. Their design minimizes cavitation and erosion, making them suitable for liquids with suspended solids. However, the specific choice of valve depends on the slurry's characteristics.
Specialty control valves are engineered to address unique or challenging conditions not met by standard globe or rotary valves. This includes extreme pressures or temperatures, handling hazardous materials, or precise control demands.
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Material selection is critical for ensuring compatibility with the fluid, resistance to corrosion or erosion, and suitability for the operating temperature and pressure. Incorrect material selection can lead to premature valve failure and operational issues.

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