3 pc socket weld ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

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

    Category: Ball valve


    SW ball valve is the perfect choice for those needing a consistently reliable valve. This high-quality product is ISO5211 direct mounting pad certified, so you know it will last. With 1000WOG (Class 400) and 2000WOG (Class 800) pressure ratings, it can handle just about any job with PN64 and PN130 capabilities. The temperature range of -20 to 300 degrees Celsius also makes this product great for a variety of applications. Suitable for water, oil, air and some corrosive liquids, this is the perfect solution for anyone looking for reliable performance in their system. Plus, it’s backed by GB12224 ANSI B 16.25 butt-welding standards so you know it will safely fit into your existing setup without requiring extra parts or fittings. Get yours today and experience the difference that superior quality makes!

    Working Pressure:
    1000WOG(Class 400), PN 64
    2000WOG(Class 800),PN130
    Temperature Range: -20~300℃
    Suitable medium:Water,Φil,air and sΦme CΦrrΦsive liquid
    Butt-welding standard: GB12224 ANSI B 16.25

    3-PC Screw/Welding Engds Ball Valves.
    1/4” ~ 4” Full Port
    Body: CF8M/CF8/WCB
    Seats: PTFE/R-PTFE
    Ends: BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding


    Dimension table

    SIZE Φd L H H1 A W ΦB ΦE1 ΦE2 P ΦU1 ΦU2
    1/2″ 15 72 42 72 8 135 21.8 36 42 9 6 6
    3/4″ 20 80 48.5 80 9 135 27.5 36 42 9 6 6
    1″ 25 93 58.5 90 11 170 34.7 42 50 11 6 7
    1-1/4″ 32 110 63 95 11 170 43 42 50 11 6 7
    1-1/2″ 38 118 71 106 14 200 49 50 70 14 7 9
    2″ 50 142 78 113 14 200 61.5 50 70 14 7 9
    2-1/2″ 65 176 100 149 17 300 77 70 102 17 9 11
    3″ 76 198 109 159 17 300 90 70 102 17 9 11
    4″ 100 227 140 205 22 400 115.2 102 22 11


    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, which is also known as a floating-ball valve, is one of the most popular varieties of valves used today. It consists of a spherical closure element that can rotate within a cylindrical body to open or close the flow passage. This type of valve is widely used in industrial and commercial applications due to its low cost, long life span, and relatively straightforward design.

    The location of the ball valve depends on where it’s being used; for instance, if it’s installed in a pump assembly or liquid line system at an industrial facility, it might be located near the source/input end. In other instances (such as with valves fitted to water heaters), they’re usually found closer towards the output end. If possible you should refer to your installation notes or user manual for more information about its exact location.

    How does ball valves work?

    Ball valves are a type of valve used in plumbing systems that uses a hollow, spherical disc to regulate the flow of liquids or gas. The ball is made up of two or three pieces and contains a hole through which material can enter and exit the valve. When fully open, this opening allows for maximum flow; when closed, no material can pass through.

    In its basic form, a ball valve is often constructed from brass or stainless steel with an appropriate sealing material inside (e.g., PTFE). Valves can also be composed of other materials such as PVC or cast iron depending on where it’s being used and what type of liquid/gas it needs to control.

    When the handle on top is turned 90 degrees clockwise, the ball rotates within its socket so that it blocks off the inlet port — preventing any liquids from entering — and allowing only air to pass outwards through an exhaust port at one side. Conversely, turning the handle counterclockwise will open up the passage ways so that both gases/liquids are allowed to move freely in either direction without any obstruction (depending on pressure buildup regulations).

    Where is the 3 pc ball valve?

    The 3 pc ball valve is a type of plumbing equipment used to regulate the flow of water, gas and other liquids. It works by having two concentric circles (also known as half-circles) with an opening in the center. This opening can be closed or opened by turning a lever connected to the circles. The 3 pc ball valve enables precise control over how much water passes through it – this is especially useful for regulating water pressure in areas where it needs to be maintained at a certain level.

    What is the difference between a single piece and 3 piece ball valve?