3 pc butt weld ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

1/4” ~ 4” 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

    3 pc butt weld ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad is the perfect addition to any business – offering reliability and precision with its Working Pressure of -20-300^ and suitable mediums, including water, oil, air, and some corrosive liquids. It features a body made of either CF8M/CF8/WCB, as well as seats of PTFE/R-PTFE. With a 1/4” ~ 4” Full Port design, our product complies with GB12224 ANSI B 16.25 Butt-welding standard and is available in various ends, such as BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding. Our 3 pc ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad is designed to ensure all customers have the most reliable valve for their money – so you can buy with confidence in knowing that you’re getting quality at an affordable price.

    Specifications
    Working Pressure:
    Temperature Range: -20-300^
    Suitable medium:Water,Φil,air and sΦme CΦrrΦsive liquid
    Butt-welding standard: GB12224 ANSI B 16.25

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

    3-PC BODY, BUTT-WELD, ISO5211 DIRECT MOUNTING PAD BALL VALVE

    Main parts and materials

    SIZE Φd L H H1 A W ΦE1 ΦE2 P ΦU1 ΦU2 ΦB
    1/2″ 15 74 42 72 8 135 36 42 9 6 6 22.7
    3/4″ 20 80 48.5 80 9 135 36 42 9 6 6 27.5
    1″ 25 96 58.5 90 11 170 42 50 11 6 7 33.5
    1-1/4″ 32 115 63 95 11 170 42 50 11 6 7 42.0
    1-1/2″ 38 123 71 106 14 200 50 70 14 7 9 48.6
    2″ 50 141 78 113 14 200 50 70 14 7 9 60.5
    2-1/2″ 65 183 100 149 17 300 70 102 17 9 11 76.3
    3″ 76 200 109 159 17 300 70 102 17 9 11 90.0
    4″ 100 227 140 205 22 400 102 22 11 106.5

    FAQS

    What is ball valve types?

    Ball valves are an incredibly versatile and reliable type of valve commonly used in both industrial and residential systems. They are constructed from two rounded surfaces, a ball that pivots open or closed to control the flow of material, usually water or similar fluids. By allowing for quick shutoff during maintenance operations or emergencies, they offer superior system protection compared with other types of valves.

    There are several different types of ball valves available on the market today, each offering specific characteristics to meet different needs and requirements.

    These include full-port ball valves which feature a full opening into the pipe size when fully opened; reduced-port or reduced-bore ball valves which feature only a partial opening; vented ball valves that allow gases to escape upstream; two-way (or two-piece) ball valve for controlling quick start/stop operations; three-way (or three piece) balls that can be installed in L-, T-, X-, or Y–shaped configurations, depending on your application needs; plastic wheel handle operated valve which controls small amounts low pressure applications such as plumbing fixtures and faucets more cost effectively than manual metal ffitted levers while maintaining safety standards etc.

    Other features such as fire safe construction — also referred to as “fire proof” — insulation against cold temperatures in winter conditions may also be important considerations when selecting a particular type of product .

    Where is the ball valve?

    The ball valve is a device used to control the flow of liquids or gases in either an open or closed position. It consists of a hollow, perforated, and pivoting ball that rotates within a circular body. When the lever is placed in the vertical position it indicates that the valve is open while when it’s at an angle (typically 45 degrees), it indicates that the valve is closed.

    Ball valves are most common in plumbing applications to regulate water flow and adjust pressure levels. They are used extensively in various industries such as chemical processing, power plants, oil refineries, wastewater treatment facilities, boilers & furnaces, medical gas systems and any other process involving liquid or gas handling.

    Ball valves can be found anywhere there’s fluid being transported: from kitchen faucets to huge pipelines like those carrying natural gas and petroleum oil across vast areas of land. The size of these components range from tiny 1/8-inch shut-off valves for residential kitchen sinks all the way up to large industrial units capable of controlling thousands gallons of liquid pressure every minute!

    How does ball valves work?

    A ball valve is a type of valve that controls the flow of liquids or gases in industrial and commercial applications. These valves are used to shut off, regulate, or release high-pressure flows in various piping systems. Ball valves consist of two parts: a round rubber or metal ball with an opening near its center and a stem connected to the ball. When the handle on top of the stem is turned, it rotates the stem which then turns either clockwise or counter clockwise depending on whether it is being opened (to allow flow) or closed (to restrict flow).

    Where is the sw ball valve?

    The butt weld ball valve is a common and versatile valve used in various industries such as oil and gas, paper-making, pharmaceuticals, power plants, chemical processing, water treatment and marine applications. It is an economical all-purpose valve that has a two-piece body with threaded or socket weld ends. The ball is mounted between two seats where the open/close operation takes place.

    Butt weld ball valves are often located at critical points in pipes or ducts to perform flow control functions like isolation or regulation of fluids including gases, liquids and slurries. They are commonly used for shut-off duties downstream of pressure regulators for controlling process variables such as pressure or temperature. Butt weld end connections also provide additional strength to resist high pressures up to 2000 psi.

    What are ball valves and butterfly valves?

    Ball valves and butterfly valves are two types of control devices commonly used in industrial and commercial applications to regulate the flow of liquids, gases, or steam. Ball valves are a type of quarter-turn valve that use a rotating ball with a bore hole through its center to stop or start the flow.

    The ball is connected to an external handle that can be turned clockwise or counterclockwise to open or close the valve. Butterfly valves, on the other hand, use a flattened disc with holes near its edges in either end for fluid regulation; they work by rotating the disc inside a pipe section so it opens either fully (to allow full flow) or closes partially (to limit/regulate flow).

    These two types of control devices are important because they offer excellent shutoff performance combined with easy installation, making them ideal for industrial processes requiring precise regulation. Both ball and butterfly valves also have low pressure drops across their ports when opened compared to other alternatives such as globe needles, which minimizes energy consumption during operation. Furthermore, both are relatively inexpensive and can usually withstand extreme temperatures and corrosive environments.