1. Product Name: CA25DD Goyen Dust Collector DD Series 1 Inch Pulse Jet Valve
2. Order code
High performance diaphragm valve with dresser nut ports. Available with integral pilot or as remotely piloted valve. Outlet at 90° to inlet.
4. Suitable for
Dust collector applications, in particular for reverse pulse jet filter cleaning and its variations including bag filters, cartridge filters, envelope filters, ceramic filters, and sintered metal fibre filters.
Body and Dresser Nuts: Aluminium (diecast)
Ferrule: 304 SS Armature: 430FR SS
Seals: Nitrile or Viton (reinforced)
Spring: 304 SS
Screws: 302 SS
Dresser Nut Seals: Nitrile or Viton
Diaphragm Seat: PA-6 (standard), Viton coated mild steel or High Density PE
Refer to Q Series Solenoid product data sheet for solenoid construction details.
Recommended on time range: 50-500ms
Recommended time between pulses: 1 minute or greater
Before conducting any maintenance activity on the system ensure that components are fully isolated from pressure and power supplies. Pressure and power should not be reapplied until the valve has been fully assembled. Diaphragm and pilot inspection should be conducted annually.
Integrally piloted valves meet the requirements of:
• Atex II 2D Mechanical
• CSA (C&US), C22.2 No. 139-1982 UL Std No. 429
• C-Tick - integral pilots
• EMC (89/336/CE) - integral pilots
For your safety do not pressurise system until all valves and pipes are fully secured. Do not attempt to remove a fitted valve while system is under pressure. 1. Prepare supply and blowtube pipes* to suit valve specification. Avoid installing valves underneath the tank. 2. Ensure tank and pipes are free from dirt, rust or other particulate. 3. Ensure supply air is clean and dry. 4. Mount valve to inlet pipes and blowtube to valve, tighten dresser nut. 5. Tanks and pipes must be independently restrained from valve. 6. Make electrical connections to solenoid or connect RCA pilot port to pilot valve (RCA valves only). 7. Apply moderate pressure to system and check for installation leaks. 8. Fully pressurise system. 9. Test fire and listen for proper actuation and crisp pulse noise.