Swing Check

Asahi/America Swing Check Valves: Automatic - PVC \ EPDM
Asahi/America Swing Check Valves: Automatic - PVC \ EPDM

Asahi/America Swing Check Valves are self-contained, automatic valves which are used to prevent the reversal of flow in a pipeline. When open and under flow pressure, the checking mechanism will move freely in the media, offering very little resistance and minimal pressure drop. Asahi/America Swing Check Valves utilize a swinging disc which requires only minimal back pressure to close the valve. This valve can be modified, with lever and weight or spring, to assist in seating faster, and to eliminate shock.

Features -  • Minimum resistance to flow     • May be installed either vertically or horizontally     • Excellent flow characteristics   • Disc seats tightly with minimum back pressure     • Seat materials - EPDM, FKM or PTFE     • All sizes rated for full vacuum service   • PVC valves up to 3” rated for 150 psi @ 80°F, 4" to 6" sizes rated for 100 psi and 8" size rated for 75 psi.

Swing Check Options
• External lever and weight to assist disc in closing quickly     • External spring to assist disc in closing

Hayward Swing Check Valves: Automatic - PVC \ EPDM
Hayward Swing Check Valves: Automatic - PVC \ EPDM

Twice the Temperature / Pressure Rating
Hayward Swing Check Valves have up to twice the temperature/pressure rating of other plastic swing check valves and can often replace metal valves
in many applications.
Built-In O-Ring Flange Seals
Hayward Swing Check Valves are furnished ready for installation with two built-in o-ring flange seals. There is no need to purchase additional, expensive
flange gaskets.
Self-Aligning Clapper Seal
Bubble-tight checking, with a minimum of only 3 psi back pressure, is assured with Hayward’s rugged, self-aligning clapper seal design.

• 225 psi @ 70°F (3" and 4")     • Flanged Connections     • Two Drain Ports     • Viton® or EPDM Seals
• Horizontal or Vertical Mount     • No Flange Gaskets Required     • Reversible  Seats

• Counterweight for Closing Assistance     • Limit switch for Position Indication     • Spring Assist Closure