3 pc clamp ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

1/4” ~ 4” Full Port
Body: CF8M/CF8/WCB
Seats: PTFE/R-PTFE
Ends: clamp







    Category: Ball valve

    Description

    3 pc clamp ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

    Introducing the 3 pc clamp ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad from Company Name, your ideal choice for reliable and secure water/fluid control. Our product features a 1/4” ~ 4” Full Port, constructed with high-quality bodies of CF8M/CF8/WCB and PTFE/R-PTFE seats for maximum strength and resilience. The ends are equipped with clamping technology which helps reduce wear and tear due to friction and makes the valve easy to install or replace if need be. Our 3 pc clamp ball valve will offer you long-term and trouble-free service with consistent flow control of fluids or gases all along. It is corrosion resistant, highly durable, adjustable and fits all standard pipe sizes without any hassle. Buy this today and enjoy smooth operation on all your water/fluid control processes!

    1/4” ~ 4” Full Port
    Body: CF8M/CF8/WCB
    Seats: PTFE/R-PTFE
    Ends: clamp

    3 pc ball valve

    Dimension table

    SIZE Φd L H H1 ΦE1 ΦE2 P ΦU1 ΦU2 A W ΦD ΦS T2
    1/2″ 15.0 99 42.0 72.0 36.0 42.0 9.0 6.0 6.0 8.0 135.0 50.4 43.6 28.5
    3/4″ 20.0 104 48.5 80.0 36.0 42.0 9.0 6.0 6.0 9.0 135.0 50.4 43.6 28.5
    1″ 25.0 119 58.5 90.0 42.0 50.0 11.0 6.0 7.0 11.0 170.0 50.4 43.6 28.5
    1-1/4″ 32.0 126 63.0 95.0 42.0 50.0 11.0 6.0 7.0 11.0 170.0 50.4 43.6 28.5
    1-1/2″ 38.0 144 71.0 106.0 50.0 70.0 14.0 7.0 9.0 14.0 200.0 50.4 43.6 28.5
    2″ 50.0 156 78.0 113.0 50.0 70.0 14.0 7.0 9.0 14.0 200.0 63.9 56.3 28.5
    2-1/2″ 65.0 190 100.0 149.0 70.0 102.0 17.0 9.0 11.0 17.0 300.0 77.4 70.6 28.5
    3″ 76.0 220 109.0 159.0 70.0 102.0 17.0 9.0 11.0 17.0 300.0 90.0 83.3 28.5
    4″ 100.0 270 140.0 205.0 nΦn 102.0 22.0 non 11.0 22.0 400.0 118.9 110.3 28.5

    FAQS

    What is ball valve types?

    A ball valve is a type of valve used in fluid control applications, which allows for the precise regulation and control of the flow of liquids or gases. A ball valve works by using a ball with a hole through it that sits inside two seats. When the handle is rotated, the ball turns within its seat to either allow or block off flow depending on whether it’s opened or closed – providing an easy way to quickly shut off liquid flows.

    Ball valves are available in different types such as full port, standard port, reduced port, commercial grade and threaded ends. Full port valves have large bore diameters which provide less pressure drop as compared to other variants and are mainly used where high-pressure service is required over long distances.

    Standard port valves have slightly smaller ports than full ports but still provide sufficient pressure drop for most general pipework systems while Reduced Port Valves are designed with minimal flow capacity when they need to accommodate small pipes and sensitive waterways systems where water savings and prevention of erosion/cavitations are desired from low velocity operations.

    Commercial grade valves come in both full-port and standard-port options making them suitable for more corrosive environments like waste water treatment applications whereas Threaded Ends allow these valves to be easily screwed into place without needing welding thus leading them being cost effective option especially when applied on light workloads responsibilities like tap connections etc..

    Where is the ball valve?

    The ball valve is a common type of plumbing valve used to control the flow of water. It can be used in various settings including residential, commercial and industrial. The ball valve typically consists of two parts: the ball itself and a housing where the ball is housed. The key characteristics that differentiate it from other types of valves are its rounded shape, which allows for complete shut-off when closed; and its ease of use as you simply have to rotate the handle 90 degrees to open or close it.

    In terms of installation, you will find that a standard full port brass or steel body/ball combination generally comes with one threaded end (either an NPT thread or flanged connection) for connecting pipes together. There are also different configurations such as reduced port size for smaller pipes; three-way models with ports on three sides allowing the flow direction to be changed within one unit; multi-turn models enabling greater strength due to several turns required before switching between open and closed positions; and fire safety versions designed specifically for fire protection systems with additional safety features built into them like anti-static seals.

    How does ball valves work?

    Ball valves are one of the most versatile shutoff valves and a staple in industrial piping systems. They’re often used as stopcocks, regulating and controlling the flow of liquids or gases in pipelines. This makes them an essential component of many important applications, from oil refinery processes to food production to medical equipment.

    Here’s how ball valves work: When you open the valve, a sphere with a hole through it is rotated within two rubber sealing rings called seats. The inside walls of the sphere don’t touch either seat so there’s no obstruction, allowing liquid or gas to flow freely when open. Closing off this access requires turning the handle 90 degrees in either direction until the hole is blocked by contours on both seats which creates a seal around it that prevents any further passage along its axis.

    Where is the clamp ball valve?

    The clamp ball valve is a type of valve used to control the flow of fluid through long pipework, and it can be found in a variety of settings. While there is no single location where you are likely to see one, they can typically be found within construction sites and industrial plants. The clamp ball valve combines the features of multiple types of valves: it functions as both an isolating valve and as a regulating tool for controlling flow rates.

    Typically, the body of the clamp ball valve will have two ends that connect with flanges or other piping systems. A round handle with locking lever controls flow direction when rotated, with clockwise turning allowing for water or gas to pass through while counter-clockwise closing off access pathways. These valves are constructed out of metals such as stainless steel due to their ability withstand temperature variation; however, depending on requirements set by different industries such as water treatment facilities, plastic versions may also exist.

    What are ball valves and butterfly valves?

    Ball valves and butterfly valves are two of the most common types of valves used in industrial and plumbing applications. Ball valves are quarter-turn, rotary motion valves that utilize a spherical disc with a hole in it to control flow. This disc is opened or closed when the valve is turned, allowing for full blocking or unrestricted flow.

    Butterfly valves, on the other hand, operate using a rotating element known as a disk whose center remains at rest under normal operating conditions. The disk’s position varies depending on pressure differences between the upstream side and downstream side of the valve. When pressure on the upstream side exceeds pressure on downstream side, it opens fully; when less than that does vice versa; this results in controlled opening/closing operation for regulating flow.