2 PC ball valve GB series PN16-PN40
2 PC ball valve GB series is a great choice for the most demanding applications. It comes with full port ports, two piece body style, size range of ½” – 12″ (12mm – 300mm), temperature range of -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c), pressure ratings of PN16,PN25 and PN40, and end connections of PN16,PN25 and PN40. Constructed from stainless steel（CF8、CF8M、CF3M）and carbon steel (WCB) with seat materials TFE and PEEK, this valve is perfect for process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas use. Designed to meet GB/T12237/1989 standards with fire safe API 607 4th1993 certification and face to face dimensions as per GB/T12221-1989 standards this valve conforms to GB 9113-2010 for end flange connections while also meeting GB/T13927-1992 for inspections & testing. For a reliable product that is suitable for even the most challenging conditions you can trust this 2 PC flanged ball valve series!
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
Body materials: stainless steel（CF8、CF8M、CF3M）、 carbon steel (WCB)
Seat materials: PTFE、PEEK
Applications: process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas
Fire Safe:API 607 4th1993
Face to Face:GB/T12221-1989
End Flange:GB 9113-2010
InspectiΦn & Testing:GB/T13927-1992
Ball Valve: A Cornerstone in Industrial Flow Control Applications
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Our ball valve operates on a simple yet effective mechanism – a rotating ball with a hole through its center. This ball aligns or obstructs the fluid flow, providing precise and reliable control at the operator’s command. It is due to this uncompromising precision and reliability that our ball valve finds extensive applications across diverse industrial sectors.
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What is a ball valve?
A ball valve is a quarter-turn valve made up of a hollow, perforated, and pivoting ball to control the flow of liquids and gases. The sphere has a hole in it that when aligned with both ends of the valves pipe allows flow. When the hole is perpendicular to the ends of pipes flow is shut off completely.
Ball valves have been around for centuries as they are relatively easy to manufacture and can be adapted to different pressure levels, port sizes, temperatures, corrosion resistance needs and materials used in their construction. They were initially used in manual applications but over time they have advanced by adding automatic operation or additional features like spring return mechanisms so they open or close automatically depending on system requirements without external power sources.
What is a ball valve used for?
A ball valve is a type of quarter-turn valve used to control the flow of liquids and gases, or both, through piping systems. It works by utilizing a hollow, perforated and pivoting ball which restricts the fluid when the valve is closed by partially blocking off its path. The ball rotates around the axis of an opening in order to vary its port size which determines how much fluid will be allowed to pass through it.
The main advantages of using a ball valve are that they require very little space and can offer tight shut off capabilities when fully open or fully closed. This makes them perfect for applications where tamper-proofing or regulating flow are needed without restricting it too much. Additionally, this design allows for quick installation as well as low cost maintenance since these valves don’t require any lubrication and usually come with additional features like pressure relief valves (PRV)and solenoids.
Ball valves are mostly used in industrial settings – such as petrochemical plants, power plants and manufacturing facilities – but they can also be used in domestic plumbing systems since their operation is easy to understand and operate with minimal effort even from users who don’t have technical knowledge about valves themselves. These devices can also help protect against water hammering due to rapid closure while allowing full bi-directional flow once opened up again so that no additional setup or manual intervention is required once installed into place correctly within a system layout.
What is ISO 5211 ball valve?
ISO 5211 ball valves are a type of flow control valve typically used in industrial processes and manufacturing. It is composed of two parts: the body, which houses the internal components, and the actuator, which provides manual or automated operation. The primary distinguishing feature of an ISO 5211 ball valve is its mounting pad on the top or side for a rotary actuator – this allows for faster installation when compared to other types of valves such as quarter-turn butterfly valves.
ISO 5211 ball valves can be made from various materials including cast iron, carbon steel, stainless steel and forged steel. It also comes in multiple connection styles such as threaded connections (NPT/BSPT/DIN), flanged connection (ASME 150# up to 2500#) , butt welding (BW) and socket welding (SW). The primary advantages that make ISO 5211 Ball Valves attractive include reduced installation time due to their standardized design; they are relatively easy to maintain with high-quality construction; good sealing performance with metal seated models; total containment capability with double block-and-bleed designs;