eDART manufactures two primary variations of internal dart valves designed for installation within slurry tanks, cells, or boxes. These variations include self-contained triDart valves and iDart valves.

triDart Valves: These valves are pre-calibrated at the factory and are installed as complete single units. They provide inherent stability and reliability due to their head-guiding design. The plug is guided into the seat with surrounding bars for enhanced performance.

iDart Valves: These valves feature a bolt-down seat cage and a shaft extending to the actuation unit. Similar to the triDart valves, iDart valves also incorporate the advantageous head-guiding mechanism for improved stability and reliability during operation.

Both types of valves offer efficient solutions for managing slurry flow within the designated environments. Their distinct designs cater to different installation and operational requirements.


The TriDart represents a self-contained internal dart valve solution designed for convenient installation. This valve is placed into the vessel and securely fastened with bolts. One key advantage lies in its pre-assembled, pre-compressed, and calibrated state before being shipped to the designated site. This prefabricated nature streamlines the installation process.

Notably, the TriDart is particularly suitable for tank depths ranging from 2 to 3 meters.


The Bellows-equipped TriDart shares similarities with the standard TriDart design, while introducing a significant enhancement – the incorporation of bellows. This addition enables the valve's application in pressurized vessels, including scenarios like the underflow of a cyclone.

By integrating bellows technology, this variant of the TriDart becomes well-suited to environments where pressure considerations are crucial. This adaptation expands the valve's utility to effectively manage flow within pressurized systems, enhancing its versatility and applicability.


eDART offers a basic yet functional internal dart valve option in the product range. This valve requires a more time-intensive installation and calibration process compared to other models.

To install, the actuator mounting plate is secured to the vessel framework, and the seat cage is attached to the vessel's bottom. The positioner is then calibrated, and the plug head is compressed onto the seat. Notably, no additional internal guide plates are needed as the plug head itself performs the guiding function.


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