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Large Flow Capacity Volume Boosters

The Type-6500 and Type-6600 large flow volume boosters are ideal for any application that requires high flow capacity or remote pressure control.

Typically they are used to increase throttling speed of large volume control valve actuators.

The large flow boosters handle up to 250 psig (17.0 BAR) supply pressure and deliver an output pressure up to 150 psig (10.0 BAR). The units provide a flow capacity of up to 400 SCFM (11,320 Nl/ min). A wide temperature range of -40 to 200 degrees F (-40 to 93 degrees C). Exhaust capacity is 100 scfm (2,830 Nl/ min) with downstream 5 psig (0.4 BAR) above setpoint.

Supply pressure effect is 0.3 psig (.02 BAR) for a 100 psig (7 BAR) change.

The Type-6500 Aluminum Volume Booster weighs 6.5 pounds (2.95 kg) and the Type-6600 Stainless Steel Volume Booster weighs 15 pounds (6.8 kg).It is available in aluminum or 316 stainless steel construction.

Features of the large flow volume boosters include:

  • Integral adjustable bypass valve eliminates “hunting” by allowing the booster to directly respond to small incremental signal changes without opening the primary valve.
  • High flow capacity allows up to 400 scfm (11,320 Nl/min) for rapid actuator stroking.
  • Soft valve seat design provides tight shutoff and eliminates leakage in steady state operation.
  • High temperature operation up to 2,000 degrees F (930 degrees C).
  • Exhaust port (3/4-inch NPT) relieves 100 scfm (2,830 Nl/min) at 5 psig above setpoint.
  • 2 gauge ports – optional output feedback port. 
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