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Instruction Manual

Form 5110

Type 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Type 63EG Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator

Introduction

Scope of Manual

This manual describes and provides instructions and parts list for a Type 63EG relief valve or backpressure regulator with either a Type 6358, 6358B, 6358EB, or 6358EBH pilot and a Type 1098-63EGR relief valve with a Type 6358B pilot. Instructions and parts lists for the optional Type 252 or P590 Series pilot supply filters and any other equipment used with these valves are found in separate manuals.

Product Description

Type 63EG and 1098-63EGR pilot-operated pressure relief valves may be used for both liquid and gas service. The Type 63EG is also suitable for throttling backpressure or bypass applications. The main valves in both constructions use a quick-change trim package for fast maintenance.

Specifications

Specifications for various Type 63EG and Type 1098- 63EGR constructions are listed on pages 2 and 3. The specifications for a given construction as it originally comes from the factory are stamped on nameplates located on the main valve body and the upper dia- phragm case of the actuator for a Type 1098-63EGR construction. The pilot control spring range appears on the pilot spring case and the pilot restriction code is indicated by a letter stamped on the bottom of the pilot body next to the tapped side outlet: an S for the red standard-diameter (No. 57 drill size) restriction, an L for the blue large-diameter (No. 47 drill size) restriction for liquid service, or an H for the yellow small-diameter (No. 70 drill size), high-gain restriction.

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Figure 1. Type 63EG Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator

Figure 1. Type 63EG Relief Valve or Backpressure Regulator W3003-1* Figure 2. Type 1098-63EGR Relief Valve

W3003-1*

Figure 2. Type 1098-63EGR Relief Valve

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Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Specifications

Available Constructions Type 63EG with a 6358 Series Pilot Type 1098-63EGR with a Type 6358B Pilot

Main Valve Body and End Connection Styles (1, 2)

 

MAIN VALVE

END CONNECTION STYLES AND RATINGS

BODY SIZE,

   

INCHES (DN)

Cast Iron

Steel or Stainless Steel

 

1 (25), 2 (50)

NPT screwed; ANSI Class 125B FF or 250B RF flanged

NPT screwed; BWE; SWE; ANSI Class 150 RF, 300 RF, 600 RF; or PN 16/24/40 flanged

2, (50), 3 (80),

4

(100), 6 (150),

ANSI Class 125B FF

or 250B RF flanged

BWE; ANSI Class 150 RF,

300 RF, 600 RF; or

8

x 6 (200 x 150)

PN 16/24/40 flanged

Maximum Relief (Inlet (3) ) Pressure (2) Type 63EG: 400 psig (27,6 bar) Type 1098-63EGR: 82 psig (5,7 bar)

Maximum Actuator Pressures (2) (Standard Size 40 withType 1098-63EGR Only) Maximum Set Pressure (4) : 65 psig (4,48 bar) Maximum Operating Pressure (3) : 75 psig (5,2 bar) Maximum Emergency Casing Pressure:

82 psig (5,7 bar)

Relief Set Pressure/Backpressure Control Ranges (4) See table 2

Main Valve Port Diameters and Valve Plug Travels

BODY SIZE,

PORT DIAMETER,

VALVE PLUG TRAVEL, INCHES (mm)

INCH (DN)

INCHES (mm)

1

(25)

1.31

(33)

0.75

(19)

2

(50)

2.38

(60)

1.13

(29)

3

(80)

3.38

(86)

1.50

(38)

4 (100)

4.38

(111)

2.00

(51)

6 (150) and 8 x 6 (200 x 150)

7.19

(183)

2.00

(51)

Main Valve Flow Characteristic Linear (standard) or Whisper Trim III (optional)

Main Valve Flow Direction Up through seat ring and out through cage

Temperature Capabilities (2) Nitrile (NBR):

Cast Iron: –40° to 180°F (–40° to 82°C) WCB Steel: –20 to180°F (–29° to 82°C) Stainless Steel: –40° to 180°F (–40° to 82°C) Fluoroelastomer (FKM):

0° to 300°F (–18° to 149°C), not acceptable in water or steam in excess of 180°F (82°C) TypeY602 Vent:

–40° to 180°F (–40° to 82°C)

Options

• Aluminum or stainless steel Type 252 pilot supply filter

• Brass Type P594-1 filter

• Pressure gauges (5)

Approximate Weights (including pilot) Type 63EG 1-Inch (DN 25): 35 pounds (16 kg) 2-Inch (DN 50): 55 pounds (25 kg) 3-Inch (DN 80): 95 pounds (43 kg) 4-Inch (DN 100): 145 pounds (66 kg) 6-Inch (DN 150): 330 pounds (150 kg)

8 x 6-Inch (DN 200 x 150): 670 pounds (304 kg)

Type 1098-63EGR 1-Inch (DN 25): 65 pounds (29 kg)

2-Inch (DN 50): 85 lb (39 kg) 3-Inch (DN 80): 125 lb (57 kg)

4-Inch (DN 100): 175 lb (79 kg) 6-Inch (DN 150): 360 lb (163 kg)

8 x 6-Inch (DN 200 x 150): 700 pounds (318 kg)

1. DIN (or other) ratings and end connections can usually be supplied; consult the Fisher Sales Office or Sales Representative.

2. The pressure and/or temperature limits listed in this manual and any applicable standard limitation should not be exceeded.

3. Includes buildup.

4. Set pressure is defined as the pressure at which the pilot starts to discharge.

5. Consult your Fisher Sales Office or Sales Representative for information on available gauges and units of measurement.

Table 1. Flow Coefficients at Maximum Rated Travels

   

PIPING SYTLE

 

BODY SIZES,

 

Line Size Equals Body Size

   

2:1 Line Size to Body Size

 

INCHES (DN)

 

Linear Cage

   

Whisper III Trim Cage

   

Linear Cage

   

Whisper III Trim Cage

 

C

g

C

v

C

1

C

g

C

v

C

1

C

g

C

v

C

1

C

g

C

v

C

1

 

1

(25)

600

17.2

35.7

576

17

33.7

568

16.8

33.0

529

15.5

34.0

2

(50)

2280

63.3

36.0

1970

54.7

36.0

2050

59.6

34.4

1830

52.2

35.0

3

(80)

4630

132

35.1

3760

107

35.0

4410

128

34.4

3630

106

34.2

 

4

(100)

7320

202

36.2

6280

180

34.8

6940

198

35.0

6020

171

35.2

6

(150)

12,900

397

32.5

9450

295

32.0

12,100

381

31.7

9240

291

31.7

8 x 6

(200 x 150)

17,800

556

32

10,500

300

35

17,100

534

32

10,270

293

35

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Table 2. Relief Set Pressure and Backpressure Control Ranges

     

SPRING PART

SPRING

SPRING WIRE

SPRING FREE

TYPE

PILOT TYPE

RELIEF SET PRESSURE RANGE

NUMBER

COLOR

 

DIAMETER

 

LENGTH

 

6358

10

to 40 psig

(0,69 to 2,76 bar)

1E392527022

 

Yellow

 

0.148

(0,376)

 

2.00

(5,08)

35

to 125 psig

(2,41 to 8,62 bar)

1K748527202

Red

0.187

(0,475)

2.19

(5,56)

 

10

to 30 psig

(0,69 to 2,1 bar)

1B788327022

 

Silver

 

0.142

(0,361)

 

2.13

(5,41)

6358B

30

to 60 psig

(2,1 to 4,14 bar)

1B788427022

Blue

0.182

(0,462)

1.94

(4,93)

63EG

60

to 125 psig

(4,14 to 8,62 bar)

1K748527202

Red

0.187

(0,475)

2.19

(5,56)

 

85

to 140 psig

(5,86 to 9,65 bar)

17B1261X012

 

Green

 

0.225

(0,572)

 

3.70

(9,40)

6358EB

130

to 200 psig

(8,96 to 13,8 bar)

17B1263X012

Blue

0.262

(0,665)

3.85

(9,78)

180

to 350 psig

(12,4 to 24,1 bar)

17B1264X012

Red

0.294

(0,747)

4.22

(10,7)

6358EBH

250

to 400 psig (17,2 to 27,6 bar)

17B1263X012

 

Blue

 

0.262 (0,685)

 

3.85 (9,78)

1098-

63EGR

6358B

3 to 18 psig

to 40 psig

15

(0,21 to 1,24 bar)

(1,03 to 2,76 bar)

1B986027212

1E392527022

 

Green

Yellow

 

0.120

0.148

(0,305)

(0,376)

 

2.12

2.00

(5,39)

(5,08)

35

to 65 psig

(2,41 to 4,48 bar)

1K748527202

Red

0.187

(0,475)

2.19

(5,56)

 

Table 3. Minimum and Maximum Differential Pressures

 
   

MAIN VALVE

MAIN VALVE

MAIN VALVE

MINIMUM DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE REQUIRED FOR FULL STROKE

 

BODY SIZE,

INCHES (DN)

SPRING RANGE,

PSIG (bar)

SPRING PART

NUMBER

 

SPRING

COLOR

MAXIMUM DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE

1

(25)

30

to 125

(2,1 to 8,6)

14A9687X012

 

Green

 

70

psig

(4,8 bar)

 

125

psig

(8,6 bar)

85

to 400

(5,9 to 27,6)

14A9679X012

Red

150 psig

(10,3 bar)

400

psig

(27,6 bar)

 

10

to 40

(0,69 to 2,8)

14A6768X012

 

Yellow

 

22

psig

(1,5 bar)

 

40

psig

(2,8 bar)

2

(50)

30

to 125

(2,1 to 8,6)

14A6626X012

Green

30

psig

(2,1 bar)

125

psig

(8,6 bar)

 

85

to 400

(5,9 to 27,6)

14A6628X012

Red

90

psig

(6,2 bar)

400

psig

(27,6 bar)

 

10

to 40

(0,69 to 2,8)

14A6771X012

 

Yellow

 

19

psig

(1,3 bar)

 

40

psig

(2,8 bar)

3

(80)

30

to 125

(2,1 to 8,6)

14A6629X012

Green

25

psig

(1,7 bar)

125

psig

(8,6 bar)

 

85

to 400

(5,9 to 27,6)

14A6631X012

Red

60

psig

(4,1 bar)

400

psig

(27,6 bar)

 

10

to 40

(0,69 to 2,8)

14A6770X012

 

Yellow

 

16

psig

(1,1 bar)

 

40

psig

(2,8 bar)

4

(100)

30

to 125

(2,1 to 8,6)

14A6632X012

Green

20

psig

(1,4 bar)

125

psig

(8,6 bar)

 

85

to 400

(5,9 to 27,6)

14A6634X012

Red

55

psig

(3,8 bar)

400

psig

(27,6 bar)

6

(150)

8 x 6 (200 x 150)

10

30

to 40

to 125

(0,69 to 2,8)

(2,1 to 8,6)

15A2253X012

14A9686X012

 

Yellow

Green

 

16

20

psig

psig

(1,1 bar)

(1,4 bar)

 

40

125

psig

psig

(2,8 bar)

(8,6 bar)

85

to 400

(5,9 to 27,6)

15A2615X012

Red

55

psig

(3,8 bar)

400

psig

(27,6 bar)

Pilot Descriptions

The following pilot configurations are available for the Type 63EG or 1098-63EGR relief valve or backpressure regulator.

Relief Valve

For relief valve application use a Type 6358B, 6358EB, or 6358EBH relief pilot. The pilot bleeds constantly while the relief valve is in operation. The pilot does not bleed when inlet pressure is below set pressure. The pilot exhaust can be connected directly to the main valve exhaust pipe if the pilot connection and the exhaust pipe are designed to prevent significant backpressure buildup during full-flow conditions.

Type 6358B—Set pressure range from 10 to 125 psig (0,69 to 8,6 bar) in two ranges. This pilot is available with a high, medium, or low-gain restriction.

Type 6358EB—Set pressure range of 85 to 350 psig (5,86 to 24,1 bar) in three ranges. This pilot is available with a high or low-gain restriction.

Type 6358EBH—Set pressure range of 250 to 400 psig (17,2 to 27,6 bar) in two ranges. This pilot is available with a high or low-gain restriction.

Backpressure Regulator

The Type 6358 is a low bleed pilot, so it only exhausts while it is repositioning the main valve. There is no constant bleed with this construction. This minimizes dirt buildup in the pilot. The Type 6358 has a set pressure range of 10 to 125 psig (0,69 to 8,6 bar) in two ranges. The Types 6358B, 6358EB, and 6358EBH relief pilots can also be used in backpressure applications. The pilot exhaust can be piped into the downstream system when no bleed is required.

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

HOLLOW PASSAGE IN VALVE PLUG STEM

UPPER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG

PASSAGE IN VALVE PLUG STEM UPPER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG D I A P H R
PASSAGE IN VALVE PLUG STEM UPPER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG D I A P H R

DIAPHRAGM

ASSEMBLY

FIXED RESTRICTION

TO MAIN VALVE DIAPHRAGM

TO EXHAUST PORT

LOWER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG

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TO EXHAUST PORT LOWER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG A2787_3 EXPANDED VIEW OF THETYPE 6358B RELIEF PILOT

EXPANDED VIEW OF THETYPE 6358B RELIEF PILOT DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY ANDVALVE PLUG

INLET PRESSURE

LOADING PRESSURERELIEF PILOT DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY ANDVALVE PLUG INLET PRESSURE Figure 3. Type 6358B Operational Schematic Principle of

Figure 3. Type 6358B Operational Schematic

Principle of Operation

A pressure relief valve is a throttling pressure control device that opens and closes to ensure the upstream pressure does not rise above a predetermined pres- sure. A backpressure regulator is a device that controls and responds to changes in the upstream pressure. It functions the same as a relief valve in that it opens on increasing upstream pressure.

The Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR relief valves are not ASME safety relief valves.

Type 63EG

Relief Valve

As long as the inlet pressure is below the set pressure, the Type 6358B, 6358EB, or 6358EBH pilot control spring keeps the pilot valve plug closed. Inlet pressure passes through the pilot restriction and through the hollow passage of the valve plug then registers as loading pressure on top of the main valve plug. Force from the main spring, in addition to pilot loading pressure, provides downward loading pressure to keep the main valve plug tightly closed.

When the inlet pressure rises above the set pressure, the pressure on the pilot diaphragm overcomes the control spring and opens the valve plug. The pilot then exhausts the loading pressure from the top of the main valve plug. The pilot continuously exhausts gas while inlet pressure is above the set pressure. The inlet pressure unbalance overcomes the main spring force and opens the plug.

As the inlet pressure drops below the set pressure, the pilot control spring closes the pilot valve plug and the

HOLLOW PASSAGE IN VALVE PLUG STEM

UPPER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG

PASSAGE IN VALVE PLUG STEM UPPER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY RESTRICTION PLUG TO MAIN
PASSAGE IN VALVE PLUG STEM UPPER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY RESTRICTION PLUG TO MAIN

DIAPHRAGM

ASSEMBLY

RESTRICTION PLUG

TO MAIN VALVE DIAPHRAGM

TO EXHAUST PORT

LOWER PORTION OF VALVE PLUG

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EXPANDED VIEW OF THE TYPE 6358 BACKPRESSURE PILOT DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY ANDVALVE PLUG

6358 BACKPRESSURE PILOT DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY ANDVALVE PLUG INLET PRESSURE LOADING PRESSURE Figure 4. Type 6358

INLET PRESSURE

LOADING PRESSUREPILOT DIAPHRAGM ASSEMBLY ANDVALVE PLUG INLET PRESSURE Figure 4. Type 6358 Operational Schematic exhaust to

Figure 4. Type 6358 Operational Schematic

exhaust to atmosphere stops. Force from the main spring, along with pilot loading pressure, pushes the plug onto the seat, producing tight shutoff.

Backpressure Regulator

As long as inlet pressure remains below set pressure, the Type 6358 pilot control spring keeps the pilot valve plug closed. Inlet pressure bleeds around the upper portion of the pilot valve plug and then through the hollow passage of that valve plug to produce loading pressure on the main valve plug. This loading pres- sure along with force from the main spring provides the pressure to keep the main valve plug tightly closed.

When inlet pressure rises above the set pressure, the pressure on the pilot diaphragm overcomes the control spring to close the upper portion of the valve plug and stroke the valve plug to open the lower port. The pilot exhausts loading pressure from the top of the main valve plug. Inlet pressure unbalance overcomes the main spring force to open the plug.

While the main valve is throttling, the upper port of the pilot stays closed. The pilot exhausts only when it repositions the main valve. As inlet pressure drops below setpoint, the pilot control spring overcomes the diaphragm force to stroke the valve plug down to close the lower port and open the upper port. Force from the main spring, along with pilot loading pressure, builds up to close the main valve plug.

Type 1098-63EGR Relief Valve

As long as inlet pressure remains below set pressure, the Type 6358B pilot control spring keeps the pilot valve plug closed. Inlet pressure bleeding through the pilot restriction and the hollow passage of the valve

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

A2455_3 INLET PRESSURE A2456_2 LOADING PRESSURE INLET PRESSURE OUTLET (EXHAUST) PRESSURE LOADING PRESSURE OUTLET
A2455_3
INLET PRESSURE
A2456_2
LOADING PRESSURE
INLET PRESSURE
OUTLET (EXHAUST) PRESSURE
LOADING PRESSURE
OUTLET (EXHAUST) PRESSURE

Figure 5.Type 63EG Operational Schematic

stem loads the stem side of the actuator diaphragm, balancing the actuator and letting the main valve spring keep the main valve plug tightly shut off.

An inlet pressure rise above the set pressure over- comes the pilot control spring and opens the pilot valve plug. Loading pressure bleeds out the pilot exhaust faster than it can be replaced through the pilot restriction. The pilot continuously exhausts gas while inlet pressure is above the set pressure. This permits inlet pressure to unbalance the actuator diaphragm and push the actuator stem against the main valve plug causing it to open.

As inlet pressure drops back to set pressure, the pilot control spring closes the pilot valve plug. Loading pressure again builds up to balance the actuator and let the main valve plug close.

Installation

the actuator and let the main valve plug close. Installation Personal injury, equipment damage, or leakage

Personal injury, equipment damage, or leakage due to escaping gas or bursting of pressure-containing parts may result if the relief valve is installed where its capabilities can be exceeded or where conditions exceed any ratings of the adjacent piping or piping connections.

Figure 6.Type 1098-63EG Operational Schematic

To avoid injury or damage, install a Type 63EG or 1098-63EGR relief valve where:

Service conditions are within unit capabilities (including those given in the Specifications section), and service conditions are within applicable codes, regulations, or standards.

Additionally, physical damage to the relief valve could break the pilot off the main valve, causing personal injury and property damage due to escaping gas. To avoid such injury or damage, install the unit in a safe location.

Note

On the Type EGR main valve, normal pressure drop assists shutoff.Therefore, leakage may result during any reverse pressure drop condition.

1. Use qualified personnel when installing, operating,

and maintaining regulators. Before installing, inspect the

main valve, pilot, and tubing for any shipment damage or foreign material that may have collected during crating and shipment. Make certain the body interior is clean and the pipelines are free of foreign material. Apply pipe compound only to the male pipe threads with a screwed body, or use suitable line gaskets and good bolting practices with a flanged body.

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

2. A Type 63EG or 1098-63EGR may be installed in

any orientation, as long as flow through it matches the direction of the arrow on the main valve body. An upstream control line is not required because of the integral pilot supply tubing (key 28, figure 12). How- ever, for remote upstream registration, this tubing may be disconnected from the main valve and from the pipe tee (key 24, figure 12) or pipe cross (key 35, figure 12) as long as the 1/4-inch NPT tapping in the side of the main valve body is plugged.

NPT tapping in the side of the main valve body is plugged. Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR relief valves vent gas from the main valve outlet and from the pilot exhaust. In hazardous or flammable gas service, personal injury, death, or property damage may occur due to fire or explosion of accumulated vented gas. To prevent such injury or damage, vent the gas to a safe location. Design and install exhaust piping to guard against excessive flow restriction. Protect this piping from condensation or debris that can clog it.

For shutdown safety on backpressure applications, install vent valves immedi- ately upstream and downstream of the main valve.

3. If system operation is necessary during mainte-

nance or inspection, install isolating and vent valves as needed. If upstream protection is not provided for the entire unit, an optional P590 Series or Type 252 pilot supply filter installed upstream of the pilot may help protect it from clogging.

4. A relief valve always must be installed so that the

pilot will exhaust properly and into a safe place. The pilot spring case vent must be kept open to atmo- spheric pressure. Protect this vent from icing, mois- ture, or other blockage as required. If the pressed-in vent assembly (key 27, figure 12 or 13) remains in the pilot exhaust port (connection A, figure 7), it must be

pointed down if possible or otherwise protected.

5. If the exhaust is to be piped to the main valve

outlet or remotely vented, remove the vent assembly and install obstruction-free tubing or piping with a minimum number of bends into the 1/4-inch NPT pilot exhaust connection. Provide protection on a remote vent by installing a screened vent cap into the remote end of the vent pipe.

6. If using pipe, apply a good grade of pipe com-

pound to the male pipe threads before making the

connection. Install tubing or piping into the appropriate pilot connection.

7. Set pressure is defined as the pressure at which

the pilot starts to discharge. The set pressure of a unit

is adjusted by changing the control spring compres- sion on the pilot.

8. The pilot is factory-set for the set pressure

specified on the order. If no setting is specified, set pressure is factory-set at midrange of the spring range.

Startup and Adjustment

Key numbers are referenced in figure 12.

1. With proper installation and adjustment completed,

slowly open the upstream shutoff valve while using gauges to monitor pressure. On backpressure applica- tions using an isolating bypass, also open the down- stream shutoff valve, and close the bypass valve. Inlet pressure may be monitored either by using the optional installed gauge (key 29) or by removing the pipe plug (key 29) and temporarily installing a gauge.

2. If set pressure adjustment is necessary, monitor

inlet pressure with a gauge during adjustment.

Adjustment

The 6358 Series relief pilots are adjusted by removing the closing cap (key 12), loosening the locknut (key 11), and turning the adjusting screw (key 10) clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to decrease the set pressure. When the required set pressure is maintained for several minutes, tighten the locknut to lock the adjusting screw, and install the closing cap.

Shutdown

Relief Installations

Slowly close the upstream shutoff valve. Release all pressure from the main valve and pilot by opening the upstream vent valve or by slightly loosening one of the compression fittings on the pilot supply tubing or actuator tubing until the trapped pressure starts bleeding out. Once all pressure is released, tighten the compression fitting.

Backpressure Installations

Slowly close the upstream shutoff valve while opening the bypass valve. Then close the downstream shutoff

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR PORT A (EXHAUST) — THE MAIN VALVE LOADING PRESSURE IS DISCHARGED TO

PORT A (EXHAUST)THE MAIN VALVE LOADING PRESSURE IS DISCHARGED TO THE MAIN VALVE OUTLET OR TO ATMOSPHERE PRESSURE.

PORT C (LOADING)A LOADING PRESSURE SIGNAL IS SENT FROM THIS PORT TO THE MAIN VALVE DIAPHRAGM CASING.

PORT D (CONTROL) THE MAIN VALVE INLET PRESSURE IS SENSED AT THIS PORT.

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Figure 7. Pilot Port Functions

valve, and open both vent valves to release all pres- sure from the main valve and pilot.

Maintenance

Relief valve parts are subject to normal wear and must be inspected and replaced as necessary. The fre- quency of inspection and replacement of parts de- pends upon the severity of service conditions or the requirements of local, state, and federal regulations.

Due to the care Fisher takes in meeting all manufac- turing requirements (heat treating, dimensional toler- ances, etc.), use only replacement parts manufactured or furnished by Fisher.

Lubricate the stem O-rings on the Type 1098 actuator annually, using the grease fitting (key 28, figure 13). Stem O-rings can be checked for damage during normal operation by line pressure leakage or unexpected grease extrusion from the actuator vent (key 27, figure 13). Lubricate all O-rings, gaskets, and seals with a good grade of general-purpose grease and install gently rather than force into position. Update nameplates to accurately indicate any field changes in equipment, materials, service conditions, or pressure settings.

materials, service conditions, or pressure settings. Avoid personal injury or damage to property from sudden

Avoid personal injury or damage to property from sudden release of pressure or uncontrolled gas or other process fluid. Before starting disassembly: isolate the relief valve from system pressure, release all internal pressure, and vent the pilot(s) and main valve diaphragm load- ing pressure.

Type 63EG or 63EGR Main Valve

Replacing Quick-Change Trim Package

Perform this procedure if the entire trim package (figure 10 or 11) or only the gasket or cage O-ring (key 4 or 17, figure 10 or 11) will be replaced of if exposed surfaces of the trim package or body interior will be inspected or cleaned. Key numbers for both the complete Type 63EG main valve and its trim package are referenced in figure 10. Key numbers for both the complete Type 63EGR main valve and its trim package are referenced in figure 11. Replacement trim package assembly numbers are listed in the parts list.

Note

All disassembly, trim change, and reassembly steps in this section may be performed with the relief valve in the main line. The pilot and its pipe nipple need not be removed for trim package replacement with the Type 63EGR main valve but must be removed with the Type 63EG main valve.

1. Remove the cap screws (key 3) on a cast iron or

steel body, or remove the stud bolt nuts (key 29, not shown) on a stainless steel body. Pry the body flange (key 2) loose from the valve body (key 1), and lift out the trim package.

2. Perform any required inspection, cleaning, or

maintenance on the exposed surfaces of the body interior or trim package. Replace the gasket (key 4) or cage O-ring (key 17) as necessary.

3. On a factory-built replacement trim package with

indicator assembly, check indicator zeroing by unscrew- ing the indicator protector (key 19) and seeing if the flange on the indicator nut (key 22) lines up evenly with the bottom marking on the indicator scale (key 18). If not, remove the indicator scale and separate the indicator nut and hex nut (key 8). Hold the indicator scale against the indicator fitting (key 5) with the scale base resting against the shoulder of the fitting, and turn the indicator nut until its flange is aligned with the bottom scale marking. Then lock both nuts against each other, and install the indicator scale and protector.

Note

In the following step a Type 63EG trim package must be installed so the body flange and body side tappings are align-

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

W3012
W3012

Figure 8. Easy-Maintenance Trim

ed, but a Type 63EGR trim package re- quires no special orientation in the body.

4. Coat the cage seating surfaces of the valve body

web and the body flange seating surfaces of the valve body neck with a good grade of general-purpose grease. Install the trim package, and secure it evenly with the cap screws or stud bolt nuts. With a Type 63EG main valve, install the pilot and its pipe nipple, and connect the pilot supply tubing.

Replacing Trim Parts

Perform this procedure if inspecting, cleaning, or replacing individual parts in a trim package. Key numbers for the Type 63EG main valve are referenced in figure 10. Key numbers for the Type 63EGR main valve are referenced in figure 11. Both types are available with travel indicator, even though travel indicator key numbers are referenced only in figure 11.

Note

Access to the spring (key 9), flange O-ring (key 21), or travel indicator parts, in step 1 can be gained without removing the body flange (key 2).

1. Remove the flange plug and spring (keys 27 and

9) or indicator fitting (key 5) and attached parts. Proceed to step 5 if only maintenance on the fitting or attached parts is performed.

2. Remove the cap screws (key 3) on a cast iron or

steel body, or remove the stud bolt nuts (key 29, not shown) on a stainless steel body, and (after removing the pilot and pipe nipple from a Type 63EG main valve) pry the body flange loose from the valve body (key 1).

W2772
W2772

Figure 9. Seat Ring and/or Cage Removal or Installation Unsing Body as a Holding Fixture

3. Use the valve body as a holding fixture if desired.

Flip the body flange over, and anchor it on the valve

body as shown in figure 9, removing the pipe plug (key 31, figure 12) first if necessary.

4. To gain access to the port seal (key 12), upper

seal (key 15), or valve plug parts, unscrew the seat ring (key 13) from the cage (key 11) and the cage from the body flange. For leverage, a wrench handle or similar tool may be inserted into the orifice slots (figure 9) and a strap wrench may be wrapped around a standard or a Whisper Trim cage, or a soft bar may be inserted through the windows of a standard cage. To remove the piston ring (key 14) and/or plug O-ring (key 20), remove the valve plug (key 16) from the body flange, insert a screwdriver into the precut foldover area of the piston ring, and unfold the piston ring. Proceed to step 6 if no further maintenance is necessary.

5. To replace the body flange (key 2) or gain access

to the spring (key 9), indicator stem (key 10), stem O-ring (key 7), spring seat (key 28), or E-ring (key 23), remove the indicator protector (key 19) and indicator scale (key 18). Since some compression is left in the

spring, carefully remove the flanged nut (key 22) and hex nut (key 8). A screwdriver may be inserted through the press-fit bushing (key 6) to remove the stem O-ring without removing the bushing. If necessary, unclip the E-ring from the indicator stem.

Note

Installing parts without lubrication or overtightening parts may effect shutoff.

6. Replace and lightly lubricate parts such as the

gasket (key 4) and cage O-ring (key 17) as necessary, making sure that if the port and upper seals (keys 12 and 15) were removed they are installed in their

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

retaining slots with the grooved sides facing out. Also lubricate any other surfaces as necessary for ease of installation. For proper operation, a Type 63EG valve plug must have pipe plugs (key 31, figure 12) installed in all four balancing ports, but a Type 63EGR valve plug must have these balancing ports left open. No further main valve maintenance is necessary if just the indicator fitting and attached parts were removed.

Note

When tightening threaded parts together, use a method of tightening, backing off, and tighten again until the union is snug.

7. Install the plug O-ring (key 20) and piston ring

(key 14) onto the valve plug (key 16). Insert the valve plug into the body flange (key 2), install the cage (key 11) plus upper seal (key 15) and O-ring into the

body flange, and then install the seat ring (key 13) plus port seal (key 12) into the cage. Use the valve body as

a holding fixture during this step as shown in figure 9,

and insert a wrench handle or similar tool into the seat ring slots for leverage to tighten the seat ring and cage.

Note

In the following step a Type 63EG trim package must be installed so the body flange and valve body side tappings are aligned, but a Type 63EGR trim package requires no particular orientation in the valve body.

8. Remove the upside-down body flange if it was

anchored on the body. Coat the cage seating surfaces of the valve body web and the body flange seating surfaces of the valve body neck with a good grade of general-purpose grease. Install the body flange on the body, and secure it evenly with the cap screws or stud bolt nuts. With a Type 63EG main valve, install the pilot and its pipe nipple, and connect the pilot tubing.

9. On a main valve without travel indicator, install

the spring (key 9), and make sure the flange O-ring

(key 21) is installed on the flange plug (key 27). Install the flange plug; if necessary, compress the spring with

it enough to ensure secure engagement of plug and

body flange threads before continuing with final tightening of the plug.

On a main valve with travel indicator, make sure the flange and stem O-rings (keys 21 and 7) and the bushings (key 6) are installed in the indicator fitting (key 5). Orient the spring seat (key 28) as shown in figure 11, and attach it with the E-ring (key 23) to the

slotted end of the indicator stem (key 10). Install the spring (key 9) on the spring seat.

10. Being careful not to cut the stem O-ring with the

stem threads, install the indicator fitting (key 5) down over the indicator stem (key 10) until resting on the spring. Install the hex nut (key 8) and then the flanged indicator nut (key 22) on the indicator stem, pushing on the fitting if necessary to provide sufficient stem thread exposure. To maintain clearance for indicator part installation, draw up the spring seat by turning the hex nut down on the stem until the threads bottom.

11. Install the indicator fitting (key 5) with attached

parts into the body flange (key 2). Back the hex nut off (key 8) until the spring completely closes the valve plug against the port and upper seals, as indicated by stem threads showing between this nut and the fitting. Hold the indicator scale (key 18) against the fitting with the scale base resting against the shoulder of the fitting, and turn the indicator nut (key 22) until its flange is aligned with the bottom scale marking. Then lock both nuts against each other, and install the indicator scale and protector (keys 18 and 19).

Type 1098 Actuator and Pilot Mounting

Perform this procedure if changing the actuator or inspecting, cleaning, or replacing actuator and/or pilot mounting parts. Actuator part key numbers are refer- enced in figure 13, and mounting part key numbers in figure 12 unless otherwise indicated.

1. The actuator and pilot(s) may be removed and

replaced as a unit by disconnecting the pilot supply tubing (key 28) from the main valve.

2. Access to all internal parts except the stem

O-rings, bearings and wiper ring (keys 6, 56 and 57) may be gained without removing the bonnet (key 3) or upper diaphragm case (key 2) from the main valve or

the pilot(s) from the bonnet pipe nipple (key 22). Disconnect the actuator tubing (key 33) from the connector fitting (key 25).

3. Remove the cap screws (key 10), nuts (key 11),

lower diaphragm case (key 1), diaphragm (key 7), and diaphragm plate (key 8). To separate the stem (key 12) from the diaphragm plate (key 8), remove the stem cap screw (key 9).

4. To remove the case O-ring (key 5), unscrew the

four case cap screws (key 4), remove the upper diaphragm case (key 2), and remove the case O-ring.

5. Lubricate both stem O-rings (key 6) and wiper ring

(key 57). Install them with the stem bearings (key 56)

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

in the bonnet (key 3). Lubricate the case O-ring (key 5), and install it in the bonnet (key 3). Line up the upper diaphragm hole with the holes in the bonnet; insert and tighten the four case cap screws. Thread the bonnet into the main valve body.

6. Secure the diaphragm plate to the stem with the

stem cap screw (key 9). Lay the entire diaphragm, diaphragm plate, and stem assembly into the lower diaphragm case so the diaphragm convolution laps up over the diaphragm plate according to figure 14.Then install the stem slowly up into the bonnet to prevent stem or O-ring damage, and secure the lower diaphragm case to the upper diaphragm case with the cap screws and nuts. Tighten the cap screws and nuts evenly in a crisscross pattern to avoid crushing the diaphragm.

7. Grease the stem O-rings through the grease fitting

(key 28) until excess grease starts coming out the vent (key 27).

8. Install the pipe nipple(s) and pilot(s) if they were

removed during maintenance. Connect the actuator and pilot supply tubing if they were disconnected.

6358 Series Pilots

Key numbers are referenced in figure 14 and 15. The pilot may remain on the pipe nipple (key 22, figure 12) during maintenance.

on the pipe nipple (key 22, figure 12) during maintenance. Avoid personal injury or damage to

Avoid personal injury or damage to property from sudden release of pres- sure or uncontrolled gas or other pro- cess fluid. Before starting to disas- semble, carefully release all pressures according to the shutdown procedure. Use gauges to monitor inlet, loading, and outlet pressures while releasing these pressures.

Disassembly

1. If necessary to check the outlet end of the body

cavity and the seating surfaces for moisture or debris, remove the body plug (key 3) and body plug O-ring (key 13) from the body (key 1).

2. Remove the closing cap (key 12), loosen the

locknut (key 11), and back out the adjusting screw (key 10) until compression is removed from the control

spring (key 7).

3. Remove the machine screws (key 17) and separate

the spring case (key 2) from the body assembly. Re- move the control spring seat (key 8), the control spring (key 7), and, if used, the diaphragm limiter (key 40).

4. Lift out the diaphragm assembly (key 5) and valve

plug (key 4). Check the stem guide (key 9) and restric- tion (key 20) for damage or plugging. The Type 6358

has a restriction plug, not a restriction.

5. If necessary to replace the diaphragm assembly,

the valve plug (key 4), the valve spring (key 14), or the

stem O-ring (key 37), remove the connector cap (key 6) and connector cap O-ring or gasket (key 36) from the top of the diaphragm assembly.

Assembly

1. If removed, install the body plug O-ring (key 13)

over the body plug (key 3), and install the body plug into the body (key 1).

2. Install the stem guide (key 9), if removed, and

make sure to install the connector cap O-ring or gasket (key 36) between the body (key 1) and the stem guide.

Note

In step 3, if installing a different size restriction, be sure to remove the code letter on the bottom of the pilot and indicate the new letter.

3. If the restriction or restriction plug (key 20) was

removed, coat the threads with lubricant and install it.

4. If replacing the stem O-ring (key 37), sparingly

apply lubricant and install the O-ring over

the valve plug (key 4).

5. If removed, install the valve plug (key 4) and valve

spring (key 14) into the diaphragm assembly (key 5). Install a replacement connector cap O-ring or gasket (key 36) on the diaphragm assembly, and secure with the connector cap (key 6).

6. Install the diaphragm assembly (key 5) and push

down on it to see if the valve plug (key 4) moves smoothly. The diaphragm assembly should stroke approximately 1/16-inch (2 mm) after the valve plug contacts the port.

Note

In step 7, if installing a control spring of a different set pressure range, be sure to remove the set pressure range on the spring case and indicate the new range.

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

7. Stack the control spring (key 7), the control spring

seat (key 8), and, if used, the diaphragm limiter (key 40) onto the diaphragm assembly (key 5). Make sure to install the diaphragm limiter beveled side up.

8. Install the spring case (key 2) on the body (key 1)

with the vent assembly (key 16) oriented to prevent clogging or entrance of moisture. Install the machine screws (key 17) and tighten in a crisscross pattern, using 5 to 7 foot-pounds (7 to 9 Nm) of torque.

9. Replace the closing cap gasket (key 19), and

install the closing cap (key 12). When all maintenance is complete, refer to the Startup and Adjustment section to put the relief valve or backpressure regula- tor into operation and adjust the pressure setting.

Parts Ordering

Each Type 63EG or 1098-63EGR relief valve is as- signed a serial number or FS number which can be found on the nameplates. Refer to this number when contacting your Fisher sales office or sales representa- tive for assistance, or when ordering replacement parts.

When ordering a replacement part, be sure to include the complete 11-character part number. Separate kits containing all recommended spare parts are available for both the main valve and pilot.

Parts List

Main Valve (figure 10 or 11)

Key

Description

Main Valve Parts kit (included are keys 4, 7, 12, 14, 15, 17, 20 and 21) Nitrile

Part Number

1-inch

REGRX000012

2-inch

R63EGX00022

3-inch

R63EGX00032

4-inch

R63EGX00042

6-inch

R63EGX00062

Fluoroelastomer

1-inch

REGRX0FKM12

2-inch

R63EGXFKM22

3-inch

R63EGX00032

4-inch

R63EGX00042

6-inch

R63EGX00062

Key

Description

Part Number

Parts kit, Quick Change Trim Assembly (included are keys 2, 11, 9, 16, 13 and nitrile elastomers) Type 63EG with Steel Body Flange

 

10

to 40 Psig (0,69 to 2,8 bar), spring color yellow

2-inch

25A3169X352

3-inch

25A3169X392

4-inch

25A3169X432

6-inch

25A3169X472

30

to 125 Psig (2,1 to 8,6 bar), spring color green

1-inch

25A3170X422

2-inch

25A3169X362

3-inch

25A3169X402

4-inch

25A3169X442

6-inch

25A3169X482

85

to 400 Psig (5,9 to 27,6 bar), spring color red

1-inch

25A3170X442

2-inch

25A3169X372

3-inch

25A3169X412

4-inch

25A3169X452

6-inch

25A3169X492

Type 1098-63EGR 3 to 65 Psig (0,21 to 4,5 bar), spring color green

 

Cast Iron Body Flange

2-inch

25A3169X092

3-inch

25A3169X152

4-inch

25A3169X222

6-inch

25A3169X272

Steel Body Flange

2-inch

25A3169X382

3-inch

25A3169X422

4-inch

25A3169X462

6-inch

25A3169X502

1

Valve Body Type 63EG Cast Iron NPT screwed

 

1-inch

34B5957X012

2-inch

37A9564X012

Class 125 FF

2-inch

37A9566X012

3-inch

38A6846X012

4-inch

38A6851X012

6-inch

38A6856X012

Class 250 RF

2-inch

37A9567X012

3-inch

38A6848X012

4-inch

38A6853X012

6-inch

38A6857X012

WCB steel, heat-treated NPT screwed

 

1-inch

34B6414X012

1-inch (NACE)

34B6414X032

2-inch

37A9565X012

2-inch (NACE) Class 150 RF

37A9565X022

1-inch

34B6986X012

1-inch (NACE)

34B6986X032

2-inch

37A9568X012

2-inch (NACE)

37A9568X032

3-inch

38A6847X012

3-inch (NACE)

38A6847X022

4-inch

38A6852X012

4-inch (NACE)

38A6852X022

6-inch

38A6858X012

6-inch (NACE)

38A6858X022

8 x 6-inch

37B3766X012

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Key

Description

Part Number

1

Valve Body (continued) Type 63EG (continued) WCB steel, heat-treated (continued) Class 300 RF

1-inch

34B6987X012

1-inch (NACE)

34B6987X032

2-inch

37A9569X012

2-inch (NACE)

37A9569X022

3-inch

38A6849X012

3-inch (NACE)

38A6849X022

4-inch

38A6854X012

4-inch (NACE)

38A6854X022

6-inch

38A6859X012

6-inch (NACE)

38A6859X022

8 x 6-inch Class 600 RF

34B6412X012

1-inch

34B6988X012

1-inch (NACE)

34B6988X032

2-inch

37A9570X012

2-inch (NACE)

37A9570X022

3-inch

38A6850X012

3-inch (NACE)

38A6850X022

4-inch

38A6855X012

4-inch (NACE)

38A6855X022

6-inch

38A6860X012

6-inch (NACE)

38A6860X022

PN 16/25/40

1-inch

38B3426X012

2-inch

39A4326X082

3-inch

37B6238X012

4-inch

37B4150X012

6-inch

34B8199X012

CF8M Stainless Steel NPT screwed

1-inch

34B6414X022

2-inch

37A9565X042

Class 150 RF

1-inch

34B6986X022

2-inch

37A9568X022

3-inch

38A6847X062

4-inch

38A6852X042

6-inch

38A6858X042

Class 300 RF

1-inch

34B6987X022

2-inch

37A9569X112

3-inch

38A6849X062

4-inch

38A6854X052

6-inch

38A6859X032

Class 600 RF

1-inch

34B6988X022

2-inch

37A9570X042

3-inch

38A6850X032

4-inch

38A6855X032

6-inch

38A6860X032

PN 16/25/40

1-inch

38B3426X022

2-inch

39A4326X092

3-inch

37B6238X022

4-inch

37B4150X022

6-inch

34B8199X022

Type 63EGR

Cast Iron

NPT screwed

1-inch

34B7611X012

2-inch

38A8845X012

Class 125B FF

1-inch

34A6353X012

2-inch

38A8847X012

3-inch

38A8851X012

4-inch

38A8865X012

6-inch

38A8875X012

Class 250B RF

1-inch

37B5950X012

2-inch

38A8846X012

3-inch

38A8850X012

4-inch

38A8854X012

6-inch

38A7110X012

Key

Description

Part Number

1

Valve Body (continued) Type 63EGR (continued)

WCB steel, heat-treated NPT screwed

 

1-inch

37B5946X012

 

1-inch (NACE)

37B5946X022

 

2-inch

38A8848X012

 

2-inch (NACE) Class 150 RF

38A8848X022

 

1-inch

37B5947X012

 

1-inch (NACE)

37B5947X022

 

2-inch

38A8853X012

 

2-inch (NACE)

38A8853X052

 

3-inch

38A8872X012

 

3-inch (NACE)

38A8872X062

 

4-inch

38A8867X012

 

4-inch (NACE)

38A8867X032

 

6-inch

38A7115X012

 

6-inch (NACE)

38A7115X022

8

x 6-inch

38A4214X012

x 6-inch (NACE) Class 300 RF

8

38A4214X022

 

1-inch

37B5948X012

 

1-inch (NACE)

37B5948X022

 

2-inch

38A8849X012

 

2-inch (NACE)

38A8849X022

 

3-inch

38A8871X012

 

3-inch (NACE)

38A8871X042

 

4-inch

38A8869X012

 

4-inch (NACE)

38A8869X022

 

6-inch

38A8873X012

 

6-inch (NACE)

38A8873X022

8

x 6-inch

38A5825X012

8

x 6-inch (NACE)

38A5825X032

Class 600 RF

 

1-inch

37B5949X012

 

1-inch (NACE)

37B5949X022

 

2-inch

38A8844X012

 

2-inch (NACE)

38A8844X022

 

3-inch

38A8852X012

 

3-inch (NACE)

38A8852X032

 

4-inch

38A8866X012

 

4-inch (NACE)

38A8866X022

 

6-inch

38A8874X012

 

6-inch (NACE)

38A8874X022

8

x 6-inch

39A7068X032

8

x 6-inch (NACE)

39A7068X022

2

Body Flange Cast iron, ENC

1-inch

24A6761X012

2-inch

25A3168X012

3-inch

24A9034X012

4-inch

25A2309X012

6-inch

34A8172X012

WCB steel, ENC, heat-treated (2) (NACE)

1-inch

24A6779X012

2-inch

25A2254X012

3-inch

25A2300X012

4-inch

24A9032X012

6-inch

34A7152X012

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

1-inch

24A6779X062

2-inch

25A2254X082

3-inch

25A2300X122

4-inch

24A9032X042

6-inch

34A7152X052

3

Cap Screw, zinc pl steel (use w/cast iron and steel bodies) 1-inch, cast iron and steel bodies (4 required) 1R281124052

2-inch (8 required)

1A453324052

3-inch (8 required)

1A454124052

4-inch (8 required)

1A485724052

6-inch (12 required)

1U513124052

3

Stud Bolt, steel (use w/stainless steel body) (not shown)

1-inch, stainless steel bodies (4 required)

1R284835222

2-inch (8 required)

1K242935222

3-inch (8 required)

1A378135222

4-inch (8 required)

1R369035222

6-inch (12 required)

1A365635222

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR 35A3174-A A2812 COMPLETE CAST IRON MAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY QUICK-CHANGE TRIM PACKAGE ASSEMBLY

35A3174-A

A2812

COMPLETE CAST IRON MAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY

35A3174-A A2812 COMPLETE CAST IRON MAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY QUICK-CHANGE TRIM PACKAGE ASSEMBLY Figure 10. Type 63EG

QUICK-CHANGE TRIM PACKAGE ASSEMBLY

Figure 10. Type 63EG Main Valve without Travel Indicator

Key Description

Part Number

Key

Description

Part Number

4*

Gasket, composition

9 (1)

Spring

1-inch

14A6785X012

Type 63EG

 

1-inch for oxygen service

14A6785X052

2-inch

14A5685X012

10

to 40 psig (0,69 to 2,8 bar) allowable set pressure, yellow

2-inch for oxygen service

14A5685X072

Zinc plated steel

 

3-inch

14A5665X012

2-inch

14A6768X012

3-inch for oxygen service

14A5665X022

3-inch

14A6771X012

4-inch

14A5650X012

4-inch

14A6770X012

4-inch for oxygen service

14A5650X062

6-inch

15A2253X012

6-inch

14A6984X012

6-inch for oxygen service

14A6984X032

to 40 psig (0,69 to 2,8 bar) allowable set pressure, yellow Inconel (2) X750 (NACE)

10

5

Indicator Fitting, plated steel (use only w/optional travel indicator)

 

2-inch

16A5502X012

1-inch

14A6758X012

3-inch

16A5505X012

1-inch (NACE)

14A6758X022

4-inch

16A5507X012

2, 3, and 4-inch

14A9689X012

6-inch

16A5509X012

2, 3, and 4-inch (NACE)

14A9689X042

to 125 psig (2,1 to 8,6 bar) allowable set pressure, green

6-inch

24A8183X012

30

6-inch (NACE)

24A8183X022

Zinc plated steel

 
 

1-inch

14A9687X012

6

Bushing (use only w/optional travel indicator)

2-inch

14A6626X012

S41600 stainless steel

14A5677X012

3-inch

14A6629X012

S41000 stainless steel (NACE)

14A5677X022

4-inch

14A6632X012

 

6-inch

14A9686X012

7*

Stem O-Ring (use only w/optional travel indicator)

 

Inconel X750 (NACE)

Nitrile (NBR)

1D687506992

1-inch

11B6769X012

Fluoroelastomer (FKM)

1N430406382

2-inch

16A5501X012

 

3-inch

16A5503X012

8

Hex Nut, pl steel (used only w/optional

4-inch

16A5506X012

travel indicator)

1A662228992

6-inch

16A5510X012

*Recommended spare part.

1. Part included in trim package assembly.

2. Trademark of International Nickel Co.

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR 35A3167-D A2811 COMPLETE CAST IRON MAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY QUICK-CHANGE TRIM PACKAGE ASSEMBLY

35A3167-D

A2811

COMPLETE CAST IRON MAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY

35A3167-D A2811 COMPLETE CAST IRON MAIN VALVE ASSEMBLY QUICK-CHANGE TRIM PACKAGE ASSEMBLY Figure 11. Type 63EGR

QUICK-CHANGE TRIM PACKAGE ASSEMBLY

Figure 11. Type 63EGR Main Valve with Travel Indicator

Key

9 (1)

Description

Spring (continued)

Type 63EG (continued)

Part Number

85 to 400 psig (5,9 to 27,6 bar) allowable set pressure, red Zinc plated steel

1-inch

14A9679X012

2-inch

14A6628X012

3-inch

14A6631X012

4-inch

14A6634X012

6-inch

15A2615X012

Inconel X750 (NACE)

1-inch

10B1882X012

2-inch

16A5499X012

3-inch

16A5500X012

4-inch

16A5998X012

6-inch

16A6000X012

Type 1098-63EGR

3 to 65 psig (0,21 to 4,5 bar) allowable set pressure, green Zinc plated steel

1-inch

14A9687X012

2-inch

14A6626X012

3-inch

14A6629X012

4-inch

14A6632X012

6-inch

14A9686X012

Inconel X750 (NACE)

1-inch

11B6769X012

2-inch

16A5501X012

3-inch

16A5503X012

4-inch

16A5506X012

6-inch

16A5510X012

Key

Description

Part Number

10

Indicator Stem (used only w/optional travel indicator) Stainless steel

1-inch

14A6756X012

2-inch

14A6994X012

3-inch

14A6995X012

4-inch

14A8179X012

6-inch

14A6986X012

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

1-inch

14A6756X022

2-inch

14A6994X022

3-inch

14A6995X022

4-inch

14A8179X022

6-inch

14A6986X022

11*

Cage Linear (1) WCB steel, ENC, heat-treated

1-inch

42B6333X012

2-inch

24A5669X022

3-inch

24A5654X022

4-inch

24A5639X022

6-inch

24A6990X022

Whisper Trim S41600 stainless steel

1-inch

24A2043X012

2-inch

24A5707X012

3-inch

24A5708X012

4-inch

24A5709X012

6-inch

24A8174X012

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

1-inch

24A2043X022

2-inch

24A5707X022

3-inch

24A5708X042

4-inch

24A5709X022

6-inch

24A8174X022

*Recommended spare part.

1. Part included in trim package assembly.

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Key Description

Part Number

Key

Description

Part Number

12*

Port Seal Nitrile (NBR) (standard)

17*

Cage O-Ring (continued) Fluoroelastomer (FKM)

1-inch

14A6788X012

1-inch

10A7778X012

2-inch

24A5673X012

2-inch

10A7779X022

3-inch

24A5658X012

3-inch

10A3441X012

4-inch

24A5643X012

4-inch

10A3483X012

6-inch

14A8175X012

6-inch

18A2556X032

Fluoroelastomer (FKM)

18

Indicator Scale, plastic (used only

1-inch

14A8186X012

w/optional travel indicator)

2-inch

25A7412X012

1-inch

14A6759X012

3-inch

25A7375X012

2-inch

14A5678X012

4-inch

25A7469X012

3-inch

14A5662X012

6-inch

14A6996X012

4

or 6-inch

14A5647X012

13*

Seat Ring

19

Indicator Protector (used only

S41600 stainless steel (1)

w/optional travel indicator), Zinc plated steel

1-inch, 1-5/16-inch (33 mm)

24A6781X012

1

and 2-inch

24B1301X012

2-inch, 2-3/8-inch (60 mm)

24A5670X012

3, 4, or 6-inch

14A6769X012

3-inch, 3-3/8-inch (86 mm)

24A5655X012

20*

Plug O-Ring

4-inch, 4-3/8-inch (111 mm)

24A5640X012

Nitrile (NBR) (standard)

6-inch, 7-3/16-inch (183 mm)

24A6989X012

1-inch

14A6981X012

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

2-inch

14A5686X012

1-inch, 1-5/16-inch (33 mm)

24A6781X022

3-inch

1V326906562

2-inch, 2-3/8-inch (60 mm) port

24A5670X022

4-inch

14A5688X012

3-inch, 3-3/8-inch (86 mm) port

24A5655X022

6-inch

1K879306992

4-inch, 4-3/8-inch (111 mm) port

24A5640X022

Fluoroelastomer (FKM)

6-inch, 7-3/16-inch (183 mm) port

24A6989X022

1-inch

14A8188X012

14*

Piston Ring

2-inch

14A5686X022

1-inch,

14A6786X012

3-inch

1V3269X0042

1-inch, for oxygen service

14A6786X022

4-inch

14A5688X022

2-inch, TFE (clear)

14A5675X012

6-inch

1V547606382

2-inch, for oxygen service

14A5675X022

21*

Indicator Fitting O-Ring

3-inch, TFE (clear)

14A5660X012

14A5660X022

Nitrile (NBR) (standard)

3-inch, for oxygen service

 

1-inch

10A8931X012

4-inch, TFE (clear)

14A5645X012

14A5645X022

2, 3, and 4-inch

10A3800X012

6-inch

1F262906992

15*

4-inch, for oxygen service 6-inch, glass-filled TFE (yellow)

6-inch, for oxygen service 14A6985X022

14A6985X022

 

Fluoroelastomer (FKM)

1-inch

10A0811X012

Upper Seal Nitrile (NBR) (standard)

1-inch

14A6789X012

22

2, 3, and 4-inch

6-inch

Flange Nut, pl steel (used

E-Ring (used only w/optional travel indicator)

1R727606382

1F2629X0012

2-inch

3-inch

24A5674X012

24A5659X012

23

only w/optional travel indicator)

14A5693X012

4-inch

24A5644X012

6-inch

14A8176X012

Stainless steel

14A8181X012

Fluoroelastomer (FKM)

1577 steel, heat treated (NACE)

14A8181X022

1-inch

14A8187X012

24

Drive Screw, stainless steel (4 required)

1A368228982

2-inch

25A7413X012

25

Flow Arrow, stainless steel

1V105938982

3-inch

25A7376X012

26

Body Rating Plate, stainless steel (not shown)

4-inch

25A7468X012

1-inch

12B6451X0A2

6-inch

14A8185X012

2, 3, 4, 6, and 8 x 6-inch

13A2353X012

16*

Valve Plug, heat-treated

27

Flange Plug (not used w/optional travel indicator), pl steel

S41600 stainless steel (1)

1-inch, nitrile

14A6983X012

1-inch

14A6780X012

1-inch, nitrile (NACE)

14A6983X022

2-inch

24A6772X012

2, 3, or 4-inch

14A9684X012

3-inch

24A9421X012

2, 3, or 4-inch (NACE)

14A9684X032

4-inch

24A8182X012

6-inch (NACE)

14A8178X032

6-inch

24A6992X012

28

Spring Seat (used only w/optional travel indicator)

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

Plated steel

1-inch (for Type 63EG) 17B7565X022

 

1-inch

14A6982X012

1-inch (for Type 1068-63EGR)

14A6780X022

2, 3, or 4-inch

15A2206X012

2-inch

24A6772X032

6-inch

14A8177X012

3-inch

24A9421X022

Heat-treated plated steel (NACE)

4-inch

24A8182X022

1-inch

14B6982X022

6-inch

24A6992X022

2, 3, or 4-inch

15A2206X022

17*

Cage O-Ring

6-inch

14A8177X022

Nitrile (NBR) (standard)

29

Hex Nut, steel (use w/stainless steel body) (not shown)

1-inch

10A7777X012

1-inch (4 required)

1C330635252

2-inch

10A7779X012

2-inch (8 required)

1A377235252

3-inch

14A5688X012

3-inch (8 required)

1A376035252

4-inch

10A3481X012

4-inch (8 required)

1A352035252

6-inch

18A2556X022

6-inch (12 required)

1A440935252

*Recommended spare part.

1. Part included in trim package assembly.

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR

Types 63EG and 1098-63EGR 25A31178-B A2370-2 TYPE 63EG MOUNTING PARTS 35A3179-C A2369-1 TYPE 1098-63EGR MOUNTING PARTS

25A31178-B

A2370-2

TYPE 63EG MOUNTING PARTS

and 1098-63EGR 25A31178-B A2370-2 TYPE 63EG MOUNTING PARTS 35A3179-C A2369-1 TYPE 1098-63EGR MOUNTING PARTS Figure 12.

35A3179-C

A2369-1

TYPE 1098-63EGR MOUNTING PARTS

Figure 12. Mounting Parts Assembly

Key

Description

Part Number

31

Pipe Plug

Type 63EG (4 required) Carbon steel

1E823128982

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

1E8231X0012

Type 63EGR Plated carbon steel

1D754828982

S31600 stainless steel (NACE)

1A767535072

32

NACE Tag (not shown) 18-8 stainless steel

19A6034X012

33

Tag Wire (not shown) (NACE) S30300 stainless steel

1U7581X0022

Mounting Parts (figures 12)

Key

Description

Part Number

22

Pipe Nipple Zinc galvanized steel 1, 2, 3, or 4-inch

1N584226232

 

6-inch

1D2397X0012

 

Stainless steel (NACE) 2, 3, or 4-inch

1N5842X0022

 

6-inch

1D2397X0052

23

Pipe Nipple (used only w/Type 63EG)

Zinc galvanized steel

1C678926232

Stainless steel (NACE)

1P506838982

24

Pipe Tee (used only w/Type 63EG)

316

stainless steel

1C597547362

316

stainless steel (NACE)

1P506938982

25

Connector

(2 required w/Type 63EG and 1 required w/Type 1098-63EGR) Steel (standard)

15A6002XW22

Stainless steel

15A6002X602

Stainless steel (NACE)

15A6002XC62

Key

Description

Part Number

27

Type Y602-12 Vent Assembly, Zinc w/ stainless steel screen

27A5516X012

28

Pilot Supply Tubing, Stainless steel (specify main valve body

size and type number)

0500213809W

29

Optional Gauge, steel case w/brass fitting Top conn. gauge for horizontally mounting Type 63EG

0

to 60 psig/0 to .4 MPa/0 to 4 bar

11B8582X022

0

to 160 psig/0 to 1.1 MPa/0 to 11 bar

11B8582X032

Type J533, 0 to 400 psig range

15A3866X012

Bottom conn. gauge for horizontally mounting Type 1098-63EGR Type J578, 0 to 60 psig range

16A9823X012

Type J579, 0 to 100 psig range

16A9824X012

29

Pipe Plug

Steel (NACE)

1A767524662

Stainless steel (NACE)

1A767535072

30