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2180 Diaphragm Operated 2-Way Gas Valve

SKU 2180
AMOT Model 2180 valves will shut off the fuel gas and vent the manifold when used on an internal combustion engine. Normal application of this model is for shutting down a gas engine in the event of a dangerous condition such as high jacket water temperature, low lubrication oil pressure, excessive vibration, high gas discharge temperature etc. The valves are used in combination with a complete AMOT control system using AMOT sensors for monitoring the condition of the engine.

Features and Benefits

  • Compact Design
  • No Adjustments Required
  • Replaceable Rubber Valve Seats
  • Open-Closed Position Indicators
  • Large-Capacity Double Seated Valve
  • Large Vent Port
Specifications
  2180ED 2180ES
Valve body: Ductile iron Cast steel
Diaphragm housing: Cast aluminum Pressed steel
Min. pressure for full stroke: 138 kPa 20 psi 552 kPa 80 psi
Valve rating: 862 kPa 125 psi for 150 lb
for 300 lb
138 kPa
276 kPa
150 psi
300 psi
  Both versions:
Max. continuous pressure: 552 kPa 80 psi
Flow coefficient:

2"

3"

Kv = 74

Kv = 95 

Cv = 85

Cv = 110 

Applications
  • Gas shut off valve

  • Gas engine fuel shut off valve

  • Gas turbine fuel shut off valve

  • Air starting valve

Operation
AMOT model 2180 valves will shut off the fuel gas and vent the manifold when used on internal combustion engine applications. When pressure is applied to the diaphragm, the vent port closes and the main ports open to admit fuel gas to the engine. When the diaphragm pressure is released, a spring closes the main ports and the large vent port vents the engine intake manifold causing quick shutdown.

The normal application of this model is for shutting down a gas engine in the event of a dangerous condition such as high jacket water temperature, low lubricating oil pressure, excessive vibration, high gas discharge temperature, etc in combination with a complete AMOT control system using AMOT sensors for monitoring the condition of the engine.