3-way thread ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad

1/4” ~ 2” Full Port
Body: CF8M/CF8/WCB
Ends: BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding
Type: T,L


    The 3-way thread ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad, a durable and reliable piece of equipment for all your needs. With a working pressure range up to 1000WOG (Class 400) with PN 64 and up to 2000WOG (Class 800) with PN 130, this valve is sure to stand up to whatever job you have in mind. Its temperature range is -20-200C and can handle water, oil, air, and some corrosive liquids. It comes in sizes ranging from 1/4” to 2” full port with body material available in CF8M/CF8/WBC and seats made from PTFE/R-PTFE, allowing for many different types of installations including BSP, BSPT, NPT, DIN, ISO or Butt Welding/Socket Welding connections. You can also choose between T or L type for added versatility. So if you’re looking for a versatile and reliable piece of equipment that won’t let you down no matter what job it’s tackling, look no further than the three way thread ball valve ISO5211 direct mounting pad.

    Working Pressure
    1000WOG(Class 400), PN 64
    2000WOG(Class 800),PN130
    Temperature Range: -20-200C
    Suitable medium: Water,oil,air and some Corrosive liquid
    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
    Type: T,L

    Three way L type flow diagram
    Three way L type flow diagram

    Three way T type flow diagram
    Three way T type flow diagram

    SIZE Φd L H H1 B1 B2 E 4-ΦA1 P 4-ΦA2 H2
    1/2″ 12 70 60 38.5 36 42 125 5.5 9 6 17.5
    3/4″ 15 80 64 41.5 36 42 125 5.5 9 6 20.5
    1″ 18 90 74 46.5 42 50 155 6 11 7 24
    1-1/4″ 25 124 84.5 57 42 50 155 6 11 7 33
    1-1/2″ 32 137 106 69 50 70 195 7 14 9 39.5
    2″ 28 152 112 74.5 50 70 195 7 14 9 44


    What is a ball valve?

    A ball valve is a type of quarter-turn valve that uses a hollow, perforated, and pivoting ball to control the flow of fluids. This type of valve is typically used to open or close the flow of liquids and gases through pipes.

    The ball inside the valve has a hole in it, allowing fluid or gas to pass through when the hole is aligned with both ends of the pipe connected to it. In order for this to happen, the handle needs to be rotated 90 degrees. When valves are open they allow maximum flow possible through them while when closed there will be no fluid allowed at all. Ball valves work well in high pressure and temperature settings and handle different types of media like air, water steam etc., owing mainly due its simple yet robust construction along with low-cost maintenance requirements.

    What is a 3-way ball valve?

    A 3-way ball valve is a specialized type of plumbing valve designed to control the flow of water or other liquids through three separate paths. By turning the handle, you can route fluid from any one of these paths to any other.

    Unlike most valves which open and close on two planes (in/out), three-way ball valves have an additional port that allows you to divert liquid from one line into another, controlling how it’s distributed throughout your system. This added versatility makes 3-way ball valves a more efficient solution than traditional two way valves for controlling multiple lines either at once or over time.

    3-Way Ball Valves use a spherical shaped body with an internal hole that serves as the passageway between each side port. As you turn the handle, this inner cylinder rotates 90 degrees in relation to its position, channelling flow through one path or another as desired. They typically come with 1/2″ NPTH threads and feature durable stainless steel bodies and sockets with PTFE seals for leak prevention.

    What is the difference between a 2 way and 3 way ball valve?

    A two-way ball valve is a valve used in pipeline systems that controls and regulates the flow of liquids or gases. This type of valve consists of a sphere with an opening in it, which can be rotated from one position to another. The opening allows fluid to pass through it, depending on its orientation. When the handle is turned 90 degrees from the normal position, the flow is either stopped or allowed to pass through, depending on the configuration of the internal parts.

    On the other hand, a three-way ball valve functions similarly but has two additional ports along with an outlet port such that when combined together properly can result in up to three different flow paths being created simultaneously within one single body frame. It also has an extended stem design for rotational purposes allowing for precise control over how much and what type of flow occurs at each individual port at any given time regardless if all three ports are engaged or not . Additionally , this type of ball valves usually require more rigid support due to their larger size thus making them slightly more difficult to install (due mainly because 3 way connections tend to have less clearance inside pipe systems as opposed to 2 way connections).

    Overall , both types of valves provide essential services for many liquid/gas applications however it’s important for individuals interested in using these products understand how their specific requirements determine which kind would work best for their particular situation before purchasing either one..

    What is a ball valve used for?

    A ball valve is a quarter-turn, straight-through flow device used to shut off or regulate the flow of liquids and gasses. It consists of two ports (inlets/outlets) and has a spherical disc inside with a bore through it, allowing for easy flow of the media between the inlet and outlet when rotated open. When rotated closed, the representation on the valve should be parallel with both ports which allows for complete closure due to no leakage possible.

    Ball valves are incredibly versatile as they can either be manually operated by hand (via an external lever), or through automation devices like electric actuators. As well as this, their adjustability allows them to control both volume and pressure under varying working conditions – making them suitable for a wide variety of applications across multiple industries such as agriculture & water management, chemical processing, oil & gas production and refinery & petrochemical environments.

    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!