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Fisher™ V260 Control Valve
The Fisher V260 is a full bore control valve designed from the ground up with features for optimized pressure, flow, and process control.
An integral drilled attenuator controls noise and vibration from high pressure drop liquids and gases. The splined shaft connection to the actuator reduces lost motion.
Fisher™ V260 Control Valve


CUTR, PED, CRN, Fugitive Emission, NACE
Critical Service
Cavitation, Noise Abatement
Flow Characteristics
Carbon Steel, Stainless, Duplex, Alloy
Operating Temperature
Standard Temperature, Low Temperature (<-40F), High Temperature (>250F)
Pressure Class
Process Connection Type
Shutoff Class
Class IV (FCI 70-2)
Valve Size
NPS 8, NPS 10, NPS 12, NPS 16, NPS 20, NPS 24
Other Configurations
Contact your local Emerson business partner or sales office to learn about additional specifications or options for this product.


  • The splined ball to shaft connection, splined shaft to actuator connection, double power-end bushing assemblies, and trunnion guiding, all provide improved dynamic control.
  • Up to -20 dBA acoustical attenuation can be achieved for the V260A valve within a single-stage construction. Dual-stage construction can provide up to -25 dBA attenuation.
  • The attenuator is an integral part of the seal assembly. The seal wipes to ball surface, not the attenuator, promoting increased service life.
  • Materials are available that comply with NACE Standard MR0175-2002.
  • Self-adjusting seal(s) that are pressure assisted provide tight shutoff for long reliable service.
  • The ball trunnions are designed for demanding applications requiring long service life, with a reduction in maintenance time and costs.
  • The attenuator is active throughout the ball rotation for very demanding services or a characterized attenuator is used to match the service conditions.


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