2 pc Threaded ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

1/4” ~ 2” Full Port
Body: CF8M/CF8/WCB
Seats: PTFE/R-PTFE
Ends: BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding







    Category: Ball valve

    Description

    Introducing the 2 pc Threaded Ball Valve ISO5211 Direct Mounting Pad, an effective and reliable valve solution for a variety of tasks. This product is equipped with two essential features: Working Pressure of 1000WOG (Class 400) or 2000WOG (Class 800) at PN 64 and 130 respectively, plus a Temperature Range of -20~300℃. It’s capable of handling water, oil, air, and even some corrosive liquids. Boasting a compact design featuring butt-welding standard types like G.NPT.BSPT.BSP DIN259/2999 ranging from 1/4” to 2” Full Port in body materials such as CF8M/CF8/WCB with seats made using PTFE/R-PTFE, this product also comes with different connections like BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding that make installation easy and fast. Whether you’re looking for an adding value and performance to specific operations or simply want to upgrade your system’s efficiency and reliability; look no further than the 2 pc Threaded Ball Valve ISO5211 Direct Mounting Pad!

    Working Pressure:
    1000WOG(Class 400), PN 64
    2000WOG(Class 800),PN130
    1000WΦG(Class 400),PN64 2000WΦG(Class 800),PN130 Temperature Range: -20~300℃
    Suitable medium:
    Water,Φil,air and sΦme CΦrrΦsive liquid Butt-welding standard:
    type:G.NPT.BSPT.BSP DIN259/2999

    1/4” ~ 2” Full Port
    Body: CF8M/CF8/WCB
    Seats: PTFE/R-PTFE
    Ends: BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding

    SIZE Φd L H H1 A W ΦE1 ΦE2 P ΦU1 ΦU2
    3/8″ 12.7 68 42 72 9 135 36 42 9 6 6
    1/2″ 15 68 42 72 9 135 36 42 9 6 6
    3/4″ 20 71 49 80 9 135 36 42 9 6 6
    1″ 25 86 58 90 11 170 42 50 11 6 7
    1-1/4″ 32 94 63 95 11 170 42 50 11 6 7
    1-1/2″ 38 105 71 106 14 200 50 70 14 7 9
    2″ 50 127 78 113 14 200 50 70 14 7 9

    FAQS

    What is a 2 piece ball valve?

    A two piece ball valve is a device that uses a sphere with a hole in it to control the flow of liquids and gases in pipelines. It consists of two halves which are made from metal or plastic, connected by screws or bolts. The ball has an opening through which the fluid passes when it turns, allowing you to regulate the flow rate.

    Two piece ball valves have several advantages over other types of valves such as being durable, reliable and economical due to their simple design and construction. They can be used for both low and high-pressure applications, ranging from domestic water systems up to large industrial facilities with aggressive media such as chemicals. Moreover, they do not take up much space compared to larger sized valves like gate or globe type ones; also they provide tight shutoff capabilities due to their bubble tight shutoff feature as no leakage occurs when fully closed.

    What is 2 piece and 3-piece ball valve?

    2-piece and 3-piece ball valves are types of shutoff valves used to regulate the flow of liquids, gases, and slurries inside a piping system. They are mainly used in industries such as oil & gas, water treatment, food & beverage processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing, vacuum systems etc.

    A 2-piece ball valve consists of two separate valve bodies that are fitted together with a stem and an actuator. This type of valve is designed for operations where frequent installation/removals may be needed due to their simple construction process – making them cost-effective options for lower pressure applications (up to 1000 psi). A key feature of this design is also the integral seat ring which helps to prevent any potential leakage issues in the pipeline when closed off.

    A 3-piece ball valve has three main components: two valve bodies and one middle piece allowing easy access for maintenance purposes as well as providing robust connection points between each body section; this makes it ideal for high pressure applications up to 2000 psi. Additionally, the design configuration can accommodate floating or trunnion mounted balls which further enhances its functionality by enabling bidirectional shutoffs without fear of overstressing either pieces when opening/closing. In addition it can also be customized with additional features such as drain plugs on side sections or bleed ports built into stems – making it suitable for many different kinds of industrial processes that require precise control over liquid flows.

    What is a ball valve?

    A ball valve is a control valve that utilizes a hollow, perforated and pivoting ball to regulate the flow of liquids or gases. It permits fluids to pass through it in one direction only and can be used for on/off, throttling or emergency shut-off functions.

    A ball valve consists of three basic components: a body, stem and balls. The most common form of the ball valve is the full port type which has an unobstructed bore inside allowing for minimal pressure drop when in use compared with other types of valves.

    The seat rings are usually made from PTFE or metal and may contain O-rings to ensure tight contact between the seat ring and body cavity when closed. These materials help provide highly accurate control while maintaining its integrity over multiple cycles.

    What is a ball valve used for?

    A ball valve is a type of quarter-turn valve that uses a spherical disc to control water flow. It consists of a hollow body and an adjustable handle that helps the user actuate the rotational mechanism.

    Ball valves are primarily used in industrial settings as they can transmit large amounts of oil, gas, and other liquids with minimal effort – allowing for faster, easier regulation of liquid flow. Furthermore, their simple structure allows them to be more reliable than other types of valves because they provide superior leak protection due to tight seals and low-pressure drops. As such, these valves are also often used in some plumbing applications where it’s important to have constant pressure flowing through the system without any leaks or backpressure buildup.

    Ball valves come in various sizes and materials like brass, stainless steel, plastic etc., depending on their intended purpose. The most common types include floating ball valves (which use two O-rings for better shutoff capability) and trunnion mounted ball valves (which offer improved control over large diameter pipelines). Additionally, there are also specialized designs like high temperature/high pressure resistant ball Valves which are designed with special components suitable for high temperature/high pressure applications or bi-directional designs which allow the users to open port in both directions at once by rotating either clockwise or counter clockwise from the initial position .

    Overall, due its advantages over other types of handles including reliability; ease of operation; tight sealing capabilities; durability even under severe conditions; low torque requirements; wide range compatibility with many liquids including hazardous material & contaminated fluids – Ball Valve has been one among those versatile products preferred by engineers working on various projects requiring fluid regulation options available around us today!

    What is ISO 5211 ball valve?

    ISO 5211 ball valves are a type of quarter-turn on/off valve with a specially designed mounting pad and drive. ISO 5211 is an international standard that covers the essential dimensions for mounting pads, actuators, and valve accessories.

    The most important feature of ISO 5211 ball valves is their ease of use. It’s much easier to actuate these types of valves than other manual or automated options due to the fact that they don’t require stem operators or lever arms. This makes them ideal for applications where frequent, repeated operation or maintenance access is required but space restrictions don’t allow traditional automation solutions.

    Another major advantage to using ISO 5211 ball valves includes its low torque operation – as in low friction and less resistance on the body when it’s being turned off and on compared to other types of valves. Moreover, because your actuator will be mounted directly onto the outside face of the valve body instead of having to be connected with an additional linkages like you would have on regular butterfly or gate valves – you also gain reduced cost by eliminating those extra parts while still having a reliable shut-off system!