1 PC wafer ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

Ports: full port
Body style: one piece
Size range: ½” – 6″ (15mm – 150mm)
Temperature range: -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c)
Pressure ratings: PN16-PN40,CLASS150-300LB,JIS10K–20K
End connections:PN16-PN40,CLASS150-300LB,JIS10K–20K
Body materials: stainless steel(CF8、CF8M、CF3M)、 carbon steel (WCB)
Seat materials: PTFE、PEEK
Applications: process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas

    Category: Ball valve


    The wafer ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad is designed to provide maximum performance and reliability with state-of-the-art materials, connections, and features. With ports of full port, body style of one piece, a size range from ½” to 6” (15mm – 150mm), temperature range from -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c), pressure ratings of PN16-PN40,CLASS150-300LB,JIS10K–20K, end connections of PN16-PN40,CLASS150-300LB,JIS10K–20K and body materials of stainless steel(CF8、CF8M、CF3M)、 carbon steel (WCB) and seat materials of PTFE、PEEK this product is suitable for applications such as process, tank farms, fueling and oil & gas. In addition it has been designed to meet the specific requirements for Working Pressure (1.6-4.0MPa), Temperature Range (-20-300^), Suitable Mediums (Water, oil air and some Corrosive liquid,) Design (GB/T12237/1989), End Flange (JB79), Fire Safe (API 607 4th1993) and Inspection & Testing (GB/T13927-1992). Ideal for use in demanding situations where quality control is essential this product offers superior performance for all your needs.

    Ports: full port
    Body style: one piece
    Size range: ½” – 6″ (15mm – 150mm)
    Temperature range: -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c)
    Pressure ratings: PN16-PN40,CLASS150-300LB,JIS10K–20K
    End connections:PN16-PN40,CLASS150-300LB,JIS10K–20K
    Body materials: stainless steel(CF8、CF8M、CF3M)、 carbon steel (WCB)
    Seat materials: PTFE、PEEK
    Applications: process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas

    Working Pressure: 1.6-4.0MPa
    Temperature Range: -20-300^
    Suitable medium: Water,oil,air and some Corrosive liquid
    Design: GB/T12237/1989
    End Flange: JB79
    Fire Safe: API 607 4th1993
    Inspection & Testing: GB/T13927-1992


    SIZE Φd ΦR ΦC ΦD f T L H1 H A P N-ΦM W ΦA1 ΦA2 ΦB1 ΦB2
    1/2″ 15 45 65 95 2 14 42 77 46 9 9 4-M12 135 6 6 36 42
    3/4″ 20 55 75 105 2 14 44 85 51 9 9 4-M12 135 6 7 36 42
    1″ 25 65 85 115 2 14 50 94 62 11 11 4-M12 170 6 7 42 50
    1-1/4″ 32 78 100 135 2 16 60 104 72 11 11 4-M16 170 6 9 42 50
    1-1/2″ 38 85 110 145 3 16 65 114 78 14 14 4-M16 200 7 9 50 70
    2″ 50 100 125 160 3 16 80 120 86 14 14 4-M16 200 7 9 50 70
    2-1/2″ 63.5 120 145 180 3 18 110 158 108 17 17 4-M16 300 9 11 70 102
    3″ 76 135 160 195 3 20 120 165 116 17 17 8-M16 300 9 11 70 102
    4″ 95 155 180 215 3 20 150 182 139 22 22 8-M16 400 11 102
    5″ 118 185 210 245 3 22 180 224 176 27 27 8-M16 800 14 125
    6″ 142 210 240 280 3 24 225 268 192 27 27 8-M20 800 14 125


    What is a ball valve?

    A ball valve is a type of valve used to regulate the flow of liquids and gases. It consists of a spherical body with an opening on each side, typically connected to two separate pipes or passageways. The spherical element, which contains several openings or ports corresponding to each inlet/outlet port, is pivoted between these openings by means of a stem-like mechanism that allows the sphere to rotate freely during operation.

    When open, fluid can pass through the ports in both directions; when closed, the ports are blocked off from one another due to the shape of the ball and its position within the pipe system. In addition, due to its construction and design features it provides superior sealing capabilities as well as resistance against vibration and pressure surges.

    As such it is commonly used for managing high pressure applications across many industries including oil & gas production systems, chemical processing facilities, power plants etc. Additionally due to its compact size and low cost it has become increasingly popular for consumer products such as plumbing fixtures found in residential settings or food & beverage equipment like commercial coffee brewers where frequent cleaning or servicing is required but small spaces present installation challenges that standard valves cannot address effectively

    What is a ball valve used for?

    A ball valve is a type of valve used to control the flow of liquid or gas through a pipe. Essentially, it’s a small structure that consists of an outer casing and an inner sphere-shaped element (the “ball”) that has one or more holes in it. When the ball is rotated along its axis, the valves open and close respectively.

    Ball valves are commonly used for simple on/off operations such as controlling water flow in plumbing applications or controlling fuel delivery in automotive applications. They are preferred over other types of valves because they’re efficient, reliable, maintenance free and easy to operate – making them ideal for both industrial and residential use.

    Moreover, ball valves are also great at keeping systems running at specific levels, thanks to their good sealing capabilities which allows minimal leakage even when fully opened – something that makes them perfect for regulating pressure in process industries like chemical plants and oil refineries where fluids need to be maintained at certain temperatures or pressures to ensure optimal product quality. Their ability to stop fluid flow with only a quarter turn provides instant results too!

    What is ISO 5211 ball valve?

    ISO 5211 Ball Valves are a type of quarter-turn valve that is typically used in industries such as oil and gas, construction, utilities, waterworks, and mechanical engineering. Named for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification they possess, these ball valves feature an integral mounting pad designed to align with actuators that meet ISO 5211 standards. This allows them to be easily automated using a standard interface.

    The main components of an ISO 5211 ball valve include the body/shell which holds all other parts together; the seat ring which seals against the ball when pressure becomes too great; the seal ring which provides additional protection from external leakage; and finally, the end connection – usually flanges or butt welds – secured by bolts or studs. The most common materials used for these valves are brass, stainless steel and plastic but many other metals can be used depending on application requirements.

    What is wafer ball valve?

    A wafer ball valve is a type of quarter-turn valve that uses a rotational motion to control the flow of liquid or gas. It is composed of two halves, each containing a metal ball with rounded edges and an asymmetrical cut at one point. The opening or closing action is triggered when the balls are rotated in opposing directions.

    Wafer ball valves are typically used in industrial applications such as water treatment plants, chemical processing and power plants where it is necessary to regulate the amount of material being transported through pipes. They are capable of performing shutoff functions within tight tolerances, making them ideal for controlling mediums such as oil, gas, steam or any other hazardous substances which require precise regulation.

    Unlike other types of valves like globe valves or gate valves which have higher pressure drops due to their design structure (notably due to their long paths), wafer ball valves offer low pressure loss across its components resulting in better performance even at greater flow rates. They also require less space compared to traditional flanged versions providing potential cost savings during installation/retrofit operations since fewer components would need to be removed from existing systems for installation purposes.

    What actuators are there for wafer ball valves?

    There are several different actuator systems available for wafer ball valves. These include electric, pneumatic, hydraulic and manual actuators.

    Electric Actuators: Electric actuated wafer ball valves provide a high level of control accuracy for regulation and isolation functions in a wide variety of applications. They can be configured to rotate slowly or quickly depending on the application need, eliminating any instability issues that could come with using traditional pneumatic or hydraulic actuation systems. They also enable accurate flow control, can be powered anywhere from 24Vdc right up to 230 Vac as well pulse width modulated signals (PWM).

    Pneumatic Actuators: Pneumatic actuator systems are best suited for industrial environments where speed and power is required. Compressed air allows the valve to open and close rapidly while ensuring reliability in strenuous applications such as slurry media use cases and corrosive liquids processing plants. Pneumatic operated wafer ball valves are an ideal choice where low maintenance costs are desired due to reduced mechanical components associated with pneumatic operability compared to other types of actuation systems such as hydraulic ones.

    Hydraulic Actuators: Hydraulic operated wafer ball valves offer higher power capabilities than pneumatically driven versions due to their ability to handle pressure ratings up 400-450 bar depending on valve size. These type of actuator systems rely on oil pressure which is regulated by a pump system connected directly to the valve’s positioner viaa solenoid valve assembly allowing it much greater flexibility when it comes adapting its speed so that operational criteria can be met across various requirements and load conditions during actual service cycle periods which means fast responses times even when operating at low pressure rates levels..