Posted on 27 March 2015

What to do when a valve is replaced?

When a valve, equippped with an interlock, is replaced by a new valve, the following steps are to be taken.

  • Check if the new host valve is the same type & size as the previous valve
  • Check whether the topwork dimensions of the valve are the same.
  • If the valve is the same type and size, the lock body can be re-used
  • If the valve is another type and/or size, contact Netherlocks or your local interlock partner to determine whether the same lock body can be re-used
  • If topwork is equal to the old valve, the bracket and adaptor can be re-used
  • If topwork is not equal to the old valve, order a new mounting set, based on the new topwork dimensions

Please note that lever operated valves require a NDL and hand wheel and gearbox operated valves require a MRL. When an interlocked, lever operated valve gets equipped with a gearbox, a new interlock is required.

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