In order to ensure safe operation of double block and bleed valves, Alcatraz Interlocks provides quarter turn and multi turn interlocks, with both single and double keys in three sizes: small, medium (only quarter) and large.
Double Block and Bleed valve Interlocks come in several variations depending on the type of Double Block and Bleed valves (DBB) and the requirements with regards to Interlocking them. By default both isolators are interlocked, optionally the bleed valve can also be interlocked. The initiating key from the control room or another Interlocked application is inserted into the first isolator interlock to be unlocked and closed, releasing its locked closed key which is used to unlock and close the 2nd isolator section of the DBB, the 2nd key is released and confirms the DBB valve is fully isolated, the key can now travel further to another application, alternatively it can be used to unlock and open the bleed valve to bleed any excess medium in the DBB valve.
To offer the right interlock for a block and bleed valve we need to understand your application and sequence of actions. To execute this properly our dedicated team could assist you with measurement, commissioning and installation. Block and bleed are commonly used in applications like:
Since DBB valves come in all different sizes we often encounter DBB valves which are too small for our standard Interlock units, however being specialized in bespoke solution we design ultra-compact interlock applications to fit every DBB valves by using our Bolt Locks or our Lock Portions fitted on a custom designed mechanical device safely locking the DBB valve as per client requirements.
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An Electrical Key Cabinet consists of integrated electromechanical components preventing key removal.
The spare keys are intended to briefly replace a lost key until a replacement has been purchased.
This is a mechanical device that is designed to fulfil client's complex non-linear Interlocking Sequence requirements.