|Size Range:||2”~36” (50mm~200mm)|
|Connection Ends:||Flange, Butt Weld|
|Operator:||Lever, Gear, Electric, Pneumatic etc.|
|Main Material:||Body Materials: A105 (N), F304, F304L, F316, F316L, F51, Inconel, etc.Ball Materials: A105+ENP, F6a, F304, F304L, F316, F316L, F51, Inconel, etc.
Stem Material: 17-4Ph, XM-19, F6a, F304, F316, F51 etc.
Seat Material: PTFE, RPTFE, PEEK, NYLON, DEVLON, PPL, PCTFE etc.
Spring Material: Inconel X-750, Inconel X-718, SS304, SS316 etc.
|Standard:||Design: API 6D, ASME B16.34, ISO 14313, ISO 17292
Pressure and Temp. Range: ASME B16.34
Inspection and Test: API598
Flange Ends: ASME B16.5
Butt Weld Ends: ASME B16.25,
Fire Safe: API 607
|Design Feature:||Anti-blow Out StemAnti-fire Safe DesignAnti-static DeviceDBB/ DIB FunctionEmergency SealingAutomatic Body Cavity ReliefAutomatic Cavity ReliefOptional Locking DeviceLeakage Rate A|
|Working Type:||Ball valves utilise a hollow ball that allows a flow through it when in the open position and isolates when closed. The ball is driven via a spindle that fits into a slot milled into the hollow ball, which in turn is operated by a lever to open and close the ball. The ball valve spindle is encased in the valve body neck and is sealed by a range of neck seals, to prevent leakage, in addition, the ball is sandwiched between two body/ball seats that ensure positive sealing.|
|Applications:||• Ball Valves are used for flow and pressure control and shut off for corrosive fluids, slurries, normal liquid and gases.
• They are used in the oil and natural gas industry, but also find a place in many manufacturing sectors, chemical storage, and even residential uses.