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Short Pneumatic Buck Valve For #VC126

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$168.95
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PRESSING MACHINE NEED PARTS? PRESTO! YOU'VE FOUND THE RIGHT PART AT THE RIGHT PRICE.

Replacement pneumatic short buck valve that is air operated. Measures 7-3/16". This should be installed at the bottom of the machine when it is worn or leaking. It must be installed with a new non-stick gasket (BVG-1) which is sold separately.

Features

  • Short pneumatic buck valve
  • Air operated
  • Measures 7-3/16"
  • Will fit Unipress and Forenta model #191STSH

Product Specifications

Brand: United Brass
Units: Each
Material: Brass
Not sure if I need a Buck or Head Valve?
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If no steam is coming up from the top – it’s a head valve, nothing working on the bottom than it’s the buck valve.
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What is the proper way to unscrew the buck/head valve from the buck?
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For the buck valve, loosen the lock nut that compresses the gasket. Once the nut is loose, the valve can be removed by turning the valve counterclockwise. This should be done carefully to avoid d managing the threads in the buck. Once the valve is removed the new valve can be installed by performing the process in reverse, being sure to replace the gasket with a new one. The head valve is a little different. Depending on the press it might be necessary to remove the valve handle first since in some cases it will hit the bracket for the press handle when you attempt to unscrew it. As with the buck valve, the lock nut that compresses the gasket will need to be loosened. Once this is done, the head valve can be removed by turning it counterclockwise. The head valve differs from the buck valve in that the body for the head valve is of two-piece construction. When the head valve is removed the lower part of the body, or the X133 bushing will remain in the head. If it is not damaged then there is no need to replace it. Simply remove the new bushing from the new valve but do not remove the X132 metal gasket. Insert the new valve in the old bushing and tighten. Next, tighten the lock nut being sure to replace the head valve gasket.
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I just installed a new buck valve on my press and there is still steam leaking from the buck.
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Teflon tape must be applied to the threads of any buck or head valve to prevent steam leaks.
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Do any of our head or buck valves work for the Cissell AMT press machines?
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Unfortunately this is one of the Cissell presses that was made in Holland. Valves for these presses were made specifically for these presses so that replacements would have to come from Cissell. Our valves will not work.
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What's is the proper way to replace a buck valve?
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The steam supply to the press MUST be turned off and the press given time to cool down. Remove the operating linkage by loosening the body lock nut and unscrew the valve. This must be done carefully as not to damage the threads in the buck. Install the new valve by first installing the gasket on the valve and then apply PTFE tape to the threaded end of the valve. Next install the valve, being careful not to cross the threads and tighten with a wrench until snug. Then the body nut is tightened so that the gasket is compressed to form a seal and re-install the linkage. Although the process is not complicated, it would be best that someone with experience replace the valve.
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How do I install a buck valve?
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The steam supply to the press MUST be turned off and the press given time to cool down. Remove the operating linkage by loosening the body lock nut and unscrew the valve. This must be done carefully as not to damage the threads in the buck. Install the new valve by first installing the Teflon gasket on the valve (BVG1) and then apply Teflon tape to the threaded end of the valve. Next install the valve, being careful not to cross the threads and tighten with a wrench until snug. Then the body nut is tightened so that the BVG1 gasket is compressed to form a seal and re-install the linkage. Although the process is not complicated, it would be best that someone with experience replace the valve.
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