5 . 0 V A LV E D I S A S S E M B LY The following should only be performed by an APV approved repairer! Note, The below parts refer to the general drawing in Appendix 1. This is a general overview drawing only. Each size & class range does vary so refer to the actual as-built drawing. 5.1 BODY a- The valve shall be supported adequately leaving the adaptor part no. 02 free. b- Unscrew adaptor flange nuts part no. 31. c- Remove adaptor part no. 2 sliding parallel to the through conduit valve axis. d- The above mentioned operation must be performed taking care of the O-ring and fire gasket integrity. 5.2 BONNET AND STEM REMOVAL a- Remove the actuator or gearbox from it’s support part no. 17. b- Remove the gasket part no. 11 and o-rings part no. 25, 26, 27. c- Remove the stem part no. 07 sliding parallel through the bonnet. 5.3 BALL REMOVAL a- Remove the ball part no. 03 and the support part no. 10 through the lateral port. Australian Pipeline Valve - Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual2 12 SIDE ENTRY 2P TRUNNION BALL VALVES API6D STANDARD - FS9000 SERIES Check the stem sealing area for pressurised process fluids even after the valve has been removed from the pipeline, particularly when removing packing hardware or sealing rings, or removing packing box fittings. Note The actuator or gearbox position stops have been properly set in the shop. Do not alter the setting. Note (only for ENP ball): - Keep in mind that if electroless nickel plating is damaged the ball will require replacement or re-machining and re-plating.