Rigsaver SGE Air Shut Off Valve- Small Bore
The Rigsaver air intake shut-off valve helps prevent diesel engine overspeed by cutting off the air to the engine. It can be manually or automatically controlled, responding to a variety of fault or hazard conditions.
Features & Benefits
- Manual or automatic controls
- Responds to a variety of fault or hazard conditions
- Available with 2" (50mm) to 14" (355mm) of unrestricted port
- Operates safely at ambient and induction air temperatures between 350°F - 400°F (176°C - 205°C)
- Optional high temperature valves available
|Actuation||Pneumatic, 24VDC, 12VDC|
|Position Indication Available||Yes|
|Position Indication Logic||Valve Open - Switch Open|
|Elbow Kit||Valve Only (No Elbow)|
|Max Air Intake Temp (F)||257|
|Min Air Intake Temp (F)||-40|
|Max Pressure (psi)||TBD|
|Hazardous Location Certification||TBD|
|Power To Close or Energize To Run (Fail Safe)||Power-to-Close|
|Models||A||B||C||D||E||F||G||H||J||K*||L (max bore)||Weight (lbs)|
*Note: Port diameters may be modified to meet specific applications. Contact us for more information.
- Power generation
- Offshore drilling
- Bulk fuel loading facilities
- Marine engines
- Petrochemical plants
The Rigsaver air intake shutoff valve is a swing-gate, spring-operated air shut-off device mounted in the air intake system. It will impede the airflow into the cylinders and positively stop the engine. It can be installed pre- or post-turbo. The Rigsaver shutoff valve can be manually or automatically controlled to respond to a variety of fault or hazard conditions.
|Interface options (contact us for detailed information)||
Manual/pull cable: This is the simplest method. The gate is released by pulling on a handle or cable attached to the tip spindle.
Manual/pneumatic: The trip is retracted by an integrated pneumatic cylinder. A manually-operated three-way valve directs air pressure to release the trip spindle. The pneumatic trip cylinder may also be tripped manually by pulling on a handle or cable attached to the trip spindle.
Electric: The trip is retracted by a 12 volt or 24 volt electric solenoid which is controlled by an automatic overspeed sensor and associated valving. The pneumatic trip cylinder may also be tripped manually by pulling on a handle or cable attached to the tip spindle.
Pneumatic: The trip spindle is retracted by a pneumatic cylinder. The trip cylinder is controlled by an automatic overspeed sensor and associated valving. The pneumatic trip cylinder may also be tripped manually by pulling on a handle or cable attached to the tip spindle.