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Cross-sectional diagram of an open globe valve.

1. body
2. ports
3. seat
4. stem
5. disc when valve is open
6. handle or handwheel when valve is open
7. bonnet
8. packing
9. gland nut
10. fluid flow when valve is open
11. position of disc if valve were shut
12. position of handle or handwheel if valve were shut

H Padleckas created both images (uploaded on October 2, 2006) in August-September 2006 especially for articles on valves in Wikimedia. Help in making the edgewise view of the torus-shaped handwheel in the applicable image(s) was provided by www.InvisibleGirl0.com.
H Padleckas 03:01, 2 October 2006 (UTC)

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current09:54, February 27, 2011Thumbnail for version as of 09:54, February 27, 2011350 × 400 (7 KB)H Padleckas (Talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 02:48, October 2, 2006
10:43, October 2, 2006Thumbnail for version as of 10:43, October 2, 2006350 × 400 (10 KB)H Padleckas (Talk | contribs)Cross-section diagram of Valve with handwheel perimeter in the shape of a very short cylinder {{self|cc-by-sa-2.5}}
02:48, October 2, 2006Thumbnail for version as of 02:48, October 2, 2006350 × 400 (12 KB)H Padleckas (Talk | contribs)Cross-section diagram of Valve with torus-shaped handwheel {{self|cc-by-sa-2.5}}

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