2-PC ball valve DIN series

Body style: two piece
Size range: ½” – 12″ (12mm – 300mm)
Temperature range: -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c)
Pressure ratings: PN16,PN25,PN40
End connections: DIN PN16、PN25、PN40
Body materials: stainless steel(CF8、CF8M、CF3M)、 carbon steel (WCB)
Seat materials: PTFE、PEEK
Applications: process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas







    Category: Ball valve

    Description

    2-PC ball valve DIN series

    ISO 5211 ball valve DIN series, engineered with premium materials and design standards to ensure superior performance. This two-piece full port ball valve is designed for general purpose applications, with a size range of ½” – 12″ (12mm – 300mm) and up to a maximum pressure rating of PN40. It supports a wide temperature range from -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c) and is constructed of stainless steel (CF8、CF8M、CF3M)or carbon steel (WCB), depending on the application’s requirements. The seat material is made out of PTFE or PEEK for durability and longevity. It also meets fire safe requirements according to API 607 4th1993 and testing/inspection standards per DIN3202F1(DN15-DN100). With End Flange conforming to DIN 3230/3, EN12266 and Face-to-Face dimensions complying with both DIN 2542-DIN 2545, En1092 as well as Design per DIN 3357/1, 2EN 12516-1, you know that this ball valve is built for reliability. Available for process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas industries worldwide!

    Design:
    DIN 3357/1, 2EN 12516-1
    Fire Safe:API 607 4th1993
    Face to Face:DIN 2542-DIN 2545, En1092
    End Flange:DIN 3230/3, En12266
    InspectiΦn & Testing:DIN3202F1(DN15-DN100)

    Ports: full port
    Body style: two piece
    Size range: ½” – 12″ (12mm – 300mm)
    Temperature range: -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c)
    Pressure ratings: PN16,PN25,PN40
    End connections: DIN PN16、PN25、PN40
    Body materials: stainless steel(CF8、CF8M、CF3M)、 carbon steel (WCB)
    Seat materials: PTFE、PEEK
    Applications: process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas

    1.6Mpa

    DN L ΦE ΦB ΦC T f N-Φh H H1 W M P ΦA1 ΦA2 B1 B2
    15 130 95 65 45 16 2 4-14 48 79 135 9 9 6 6 36 42
    20 130 105 75 58 18 2 4-14 53 84 135 9 9 6 6 36 42
    25 140 115 85 68 18 2 4-14 64 95 170 11 11 6 7 42 50
    32 165 140 100 78 18 2 4-18 71 103 170 11 11 6 7 42 50
    40 165 150 110 88 18 2 4-18 76 111 200 14 14 7 9 50 70
    50 203 165 125 102 20 2 4-18 85 120 200 14 14 7 9 50 70
    65 222 185 145 122 18 2 (4)8-18 104 153 300 17 17 9 11 70 102
    80 241 200 160 138 20 2 8-18 114 163 300 17 17 9 11 70 102
    100 305 220 180 158 20 2 8-18 140 182 400 22 22 non 11 non 102
    125 356 250 210 188 22 2 8-18 183 260 800 27 27 14 non 125 non
    150 394 285 240 212 22 2 8-22 202 280 800 27 27 14 non 125 non
    200 457 340 295 268 24 2 12-22 253 non 800 27 27 14 non 125 non

    2.5Mpa

    DN L ΦE ΦB ΦC T f N-Φh H H1 W M P ΦA1 ΦA2 B1 B2
    15 130 95 65 45 16 2 4-14 48 79 135 9 9 6 6 36 42
    20 130 105 75 58 18 2 4-14 53 84 135 9 9 6 6 36 42
    25 140 115 85 68 18 2 4-14 64 95 170 11 11 6 7 42 50
    32 165 140 100 78 18 2 4-18 71 103 170 11 11 6 7 42 50
    40 165 150 110 88 18 2 4-18 76 111 200 14 14 7 9 50 70
    50 203 165 125 102 20 2 4-18 85 120 200 14 14 7 9 50 70
    65 241 185 145 122 22 2 8-18 104 153 300 17 17 9 11 70 102
    80 283 200 160 138 24 2 8-18 114 163 300 17 17 9 11 70 102
    100 305 235 190 162 24 2 8-22 140 182 400 22 22 non 11 non 102
    125 381 270 220 188 26 2 8-26 183 260 800 27 27 14 non 125 non
    150 403 300 250 212 28 2 8-26 202 280 800 27 27 14 non 125 non
    200 502 360 310 278 30 2 12-26 253 non 800 27 27 14 non 125 non

    4.0Mpa

    DN L ΦE ΦB ΦC T f D1 f1 N-Φh H H1 W M P ΦA1 ΦA2 B1 B2
    15 130 95 65 45 16 2 40 4 4-14 48 79 135 9 9 6 6 36 42
    20 130 105 75 58 18 2 51 4 4-14 53 84 135 9 9 6 6 36 42
    25 140 115 85 68 18 2 58 4 4-14 64 95 170 11 11 6 7 42 50
    32 165 140 100 78 18 2 66 4 4-18 71 103 170 11 11 6 7 42 50
    40 165 150 110 88 18 2 76 4 4-18 76 111 200 14 14 7 9 50 70
    50 203 165 125 102 20 2 88 4 4-18 85 120 200 14 14 7 9 50 70
    65 241 185 145 122 22 2 110 4 8-18 104 153 300 17 17 9 11 70 102
    80 283 200 160 138 24 2 121 4 8-18 114 163 300 17 17 9 11 70 102
    100 305 235 190 162 24 2 150 4.5 8-22 140 182 400 22 22 non 11 non 102
    125 381 270 220 188 26 2 176 4.5 8-26 183 260 500 27 27 14 non 125 non
    150 403 300 250 218 28 2 204 4.5 8-26 202 280 800 27 27 14 non 125 non
    200 502 375 320 285 34 2 260 4.5 12-30 253 non 1100 27 27 14 non 125 non

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    FAQs

    What is a ball valve?

    A ball valve is a quarter-turn, straight-through flow control valve that is composed of two semicircular and machined halves. The two halves are separated by a hollow sphere or “ball” contained within the valve body and connected to an external lever handle for manual operation. When the lever handle is turned 90°, it forces the internally mounted ball against its seat, blocking off fluid flow in one direction and allowing it in another.
    The main components of a standard full bore ball valve typically include:
    • The main body which houses and guides the ball;
    • The ball itself which includes two drilled passages connected to input/output ports;
    • Two seats made from elastomeric materials installed around each of these passages;
    • A stem or rod with a lever handle attached for actuation purposes;
    • Packing gaskets used to seal off any possible leakage points between moving parts; • An optional blowout proof stem depending on application needs.

    Ball valves come in different types based on how they are operated (manually, pneumatically/electrically actuated) as well as size (full port or reduced port), material (steel/brass/CPVC etc.) and other features including lockshields etc). Generally speaking, they are known for their reliability due to their simple mechanics, quickly shutoff capabilities without damaging downstream components and relatively low cost maintenance requirements when compared to alternative solutions such as plug valves etc.

    What is a ball valve used for?

    A ball valve is an invaluable tool used across many industries for a variety of applications. It’s often the go-to choice for plumbing and industrial piping systems because it’s reliable, efficient, and designed to handle a range of pressure levels.

    At its core, a ball valve is designed to regulate flow by opening or closing in response to pressures within a system. A typical ball valve consists of four main parts: the body, seats, which are rings or washers that seal around the inner sphere; the stem; and spherical control elements that move in response to internal pressure.

    The unique design of ball valves makes them ideal solutions for applications such as shutoff valves even in challenging environments where wide ranges of temperatures and pressures are present. This includes heavy duty industries like petrochemical processing or water treatment facilities where safety must not be compromised. The ease with which these devices open and close also adds another convenience factor – they require minimal effort from components like actuators while delivering dependable performance even at full capacity flows rates.

    What is the DIN standard for ball valves?

    The DIN Standard for ball valves is defined in the Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) 3358 Part 1-6, which outlines their design requirements and classifications. This includes materials, seat tightness tests, surface finish requirements, as well as end connectors and pressure ratings. Classifications of ball valves cover diameters from 2 mm to 600 mm with nominal pressure ratings up to PN 400.

    Ball valves are classified according to general features like construction type (floating or trunnion mounted), valve body material, operating media type (gas or liquid) and service conditions such as temperature range and pressure rating. The most common types of ball valves include full bore (V1), reduced bore (V2) and multiple port designs such as three-ways T & L ports plus five ports with V temporarily blocked off during operation.