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JIS F 7304 Bronze 16K Anglee Valves

Multi buoy mooring system
Multi buoy mooring system (MBM), a facility of traditional buoy mooring systems, through which ships are typically moored by a combination of anchor and stern mooring buoys, and fixed to a fixed heading. Also known as conventional buoy mooring.
Single point mooring system
Single Point Mooring (SPM) is a facility that fixes a ship to a single buoy or structure through the bow and swings freely with prevailing winds and currents. Three types of single point mooring systems are commonly used: catenary anchor leg mooring, single anchor leg mooring, and turret mooring.
Single Point Mooring (SPM) is a type of floating buoy/dock anchored at sea, allowing for the loading and unloading of liquid cargo such as ships' petroleum products. SPM is mainly used in areas without dedicated facilities for loading and unloading liquid cargo. These single point mooring (SPM) facilities are located a few kilometers away from coastal facilities, connected through submarine and subsea oil pipelines, and can even handle ultra large capacity ships such as VLCC.
Single point mooring (SPM) serves as a connection between onshore facilities and ships, used for loading or unloading liquid and gas cargo.
Some of the main benefits of using SPM are:
*Handling ultra large vessels.
*No need for ships to arrive at the port, saving fuel and time.
*Ships with high draft can be easily moored.
*High quality goods are easy to handle.

Design Standard: JIS F7304-1996 Test Standard: JIS 7400-1996 Hydraulic Test Pressure: Body- 3.3Mpa, Seat-2.42Mpa Flange size as per JIS B2220 - 16K

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Multi buoy mooring system
Multi buoy mooring system (MBM), a facility of traditional buoy mooring systems, through which ships are typically moored by a combination of anchor and stern mooring buoys, and fixed to a fixed heading. Also known as conventional buoy mooring.
Single point mooring system
Single Point Mooring (SPM) is a facility that fixes a ship to a single buoy or structure through the bow and swings freely with prevailing winds and currents. Three types of single point mooring systems are commonly used: catenary anchor leg mooring, single anchor leg mooring, and turret mooring.
Single Point Mooring (SPM) is a type of floating buoy/dock anchored at sea, allowing for the loading and unloading of liquid cargo such as ships' petroleum products. SPM is mainly used in areas without dedicated facilities for loading and unloading liquid cargo. These single point mooring (SPM) facilities are located a few kilometers away from coastal facilities, connected through submarine and subsea oil pipelines, and can even handle ultra large capacity ships such as VLCC.
Single point mooring (SPM) serves as a connection between onshore facilities and ships, used for loading or unloading liquid and gas cargo.
Some of the main benefits of using SPM are:
*Handling ultra large vessels.
*No need for ships to arrive at the port, saving fuel and time.
*Ships with high draft can be easily moored.
*High quality goods are easy to handle.

Design Standard: JIS F7304-1996

Test Standard: JIS 7400-1996

Hydraulic Test Pressure: Body- 3.3Mpa, Seat-2.42Mpa

Flange size as per JIS B2220 - 16K

Main Material:

1- Body: Bronze (BC6) / Brass

2- Disc: Bronze (BC6) / Brass

3- Stem: Brass (C3771BD)

4- Bonnet: Bronze (BC6) / Brass

5-Handwheel: Cast Iron (FC200)

Main Size List(mm):

IMPA CODE

Size

L

D

C

No. of Bolt

h

t

H

D2

750151

15

70

95

70

4

15

12

120

80

750152

20

75

100

75

4

15

14

125

100

750153

25

85

125

90

4

15

14

140

125

750154

32

95

135

100

4

15

16

145

125

750155

40

100

140

105

4

19

16

160

140

 

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