3-way flanged ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad
The 3-way flanged ball valve with ISO5211 direct mounting pad for all your process needs. This comprehensive product offers a T or L type body style in sizes ranging from ½” to 8”, making it easy to accommodate any project. It is equipped with a temperature range of -50°f to 650°f and pressure ratings of PN16-PN40, Class150-300lb, and JIS10-20K for excellent durability and performance. The body materials are stainless steel (CF8, CF8M, CF3M), and carbon steel (WCB) while the seat materials include PTFE and PEEK. Perfect for various industries such as tank farms, fueling, oil & gas and more, this 3-way ball valve is sure to fit your needs. With its straightforward three way L type flow diagram and multiple options available, this 3-way ball valve is the most efficient choice for your projects.
3-way ball valve
Body style: T type,L type
Size range: ½” – 8″ (15mm – 200mm)
Temperature range: -50°f to 650°f (-46°c to 343°c)
Pressure ratings: PN16-PN40,Class150-300lb,JIS10-20K
Body materials: stainless steel（CF8、CF8M、CF3M）、 carbon steel (WCB)
Seat materials: PTFE、PEEK
Applications: process, tank farms, fueling, oil & gas
Three way L type flow diagram
Three way T type flow diagram
What is a ball valve?
A ball valve is a type of quarter-turn shutoff valve that are used to control the flow of liquids and gases. Its design consists of four main components: the body, the bonnet, the ball, and the stem. The two halves of the body are connected together by bolts that pass through both sides. The bonnet houses a cavity in which sits a spherical metal disc known as a ball that can open or close off passage through it depending upon its orientation. A stem runs through this disc with its one end emerging from an opening in one side of the body and has an external lever attached to it so that its rotation brings about movement within the valve itself.
What is a 3-way ball valve?
A 3-way ball valve is a type of quarter turn valve that controls fluid flow in three separate directions. It is generally used in industrial or commercial applications to regulate the flow of fluids such as air, water, steam, oil and other chemicals. The three valves are connected together by an actuator rod and they open and close with a handle or lever.
This type of valve can be found in many industries including manufacturing facilities, power plants, refineries and oil production sites. It is also commonly used to control chemical processes within industrial piping systems such as those for cooling systems or compressed air systems. The ability to adjust the amount of flow of the fluid through these valves makes them highly beneficial for controlling various components within these complex systems.
The design of 3-way ball valves consists of two seats and a cavity between them which allows all three ports (inlet, outlet 1 & outlet 2) to be blocked at once when closed – this makes it possible for one port to be opened while another two ports are blocked off simultaneously when the handle is turned 90° from its fully closed position – creating either an open/closed or partially opened configuration depending on how far the handle has been rotated from its original state. This feature allows for precise control over flows associated with directional switching operations in certain types of equipment (like HVAC switches).
What is the difference between a 2 way and 3 way ball valve?
A two-way ball valve is designed to open or close the flow of a fluid. It has just two ports and works with a stem that rotates the ball off-center in order to either open or close the valve. A three-way ball valve will also have two ports, but instead of opening or closing it splits the flow into two directions with one port allowing access to both directions.
The main difference between a 2 way and 3 way ball valve is that whereas 2 way valves are used primarily for on/off functions, 3 way valves are used for diverting fluid from one system path to another. The third port provides a different flow depending on which direction you turn the stem, allowing for better control over how much pressure and volume each outlet experiences at any given time. This can be beneficial in preventing backflow within systems or joining multiple paths together.
Two way valves are typically found in larger diameter piping systems while three ways may often be found in smaller sizes due to their greater versatility; however, this isn’t always the case as they often come in all sizes depending on your specific requirements. Three way ball valves come both L port (45 degree) and T port (90 degree), providing further precision when controlling flows through your system as opposed to traditional gate valves which would only allow full open/close operations at respective outlets’.
What is a ball valve used for?
A ball valve is a type of valve used for controlling the flow of liquids or gases in a pipe. It operates by using a perforated, hollow ball that rotates to allow or restrict the flow.
Ball valves are versatile and are found in almost any commercial, industrial, or residential setting due to their simple design and operation. They are usually made from metal alloys such as brass, stainless steel, cast iron, bronze and alloy steels depending on the application requirements.
When open, liquid passes through the hole in the middle of the ball making it suitable for high-pressure applications; however when closed they completely block off media leading them to be used as shutoff valves. Energy losses during normal operation are also minimized because these valves have no moving parts like gate valves do producing less turbulence which keeps power usage down and reduces leakage due to its tight sealing capabilities. Ball valves can be opened/closed within few seconds (0-90 degrees), so they’re valued for fast opening/closing actions..
What is ISO 5211 ball valve?
ISO 5211 ball valves are a type of industrial-grade valve that offer a highly reliable control solution for pipelines carrying liquids, gases, and steam. The valves comply with international standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
These valves are constructed from a range of materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, and cast iron, but they all conform to the same basic design: a spherical closure element composed of an upper floating ball and lower trunnion. This arrangement forms two seated surfaces that meet in the center as shutoff members when needed. To open or close the valve’s flow path using these elements requires rotation of 90° or more through an actuator mounted on top via ISO 5211 mounting interface. The square drive connection allows manual or automated actuation with either electrical motors or pneumatic cylinders.
The benefits offered by ISO 5211 ball valves extend beyond their reliability and easy automation capabilities—they also boast excellent performance characteristics such as low operating torque requirements; small torque-to-turn ratios; high cycle life ratings; low cost maintenance; tight shutoff ability for bubble tight sealing over long periods; compatibility with a wide range of fluids like oil & gas applications plus aggressive/corrosive media without needing extra coatings (e.g., NACE compliant); chemical resistance based on material selection plus nonmetallic seal options available where necessary for hazardous chemicals handling; pressure ratings up to ASME 1500# (PN 250) Class & API 6A PSL3 up to 10K psi BOP service life expectancy over 50 million cycles depending on application demands!
In short, ISO 5211 ball valves provide industry professionals with optimized solutions backed by accurate measurements according to strict regulations which is why they continue being popular today across many sectors such as oil & gas extraction, power generation facilities, wastewater treatment operations etc…