pvc plastic flange electric ball valve

Size:1/2” ~ 4”
Body: PVC,CPVC,PVDF,PP,ABS
Ball: PVC,CPVC,PVDF,PP,ABS
Seats: PTFE
O-ring: EPDM,FPM
End connections: Socket,Threaded,Flanged
Pressure ratings: 150 PSI
Standard: ANSI,JIS,DIN,BS







    Description

    pvc plastic flange electric ball valve

    The pvc plastic flange electric ball valve is a reliable and durable valve for your industrial needs. It is designed with features like size range from 1/2” to 4”, a body of PVC, CPVC, PVDF and PP/ABS, ball material of PVC, CPVC, PVDF and PP/ABS, PTFE seats and an EPDM or FPM O-ring. End connection options include socket threading or flanged offering up to 150 PSI pressure ratings with ANSI, JIS, DIN or BS standards compliance. The electric actuator provides an output torque between 50Nm to 2000Nm operating with a 0-5 VDC or 0-10 VDC control signal and powered by 12VDC, 24VAC/DAC/120VAC/380VAC 50/60Hz power. Additionally certifications include CE certification and other features such as simple manual override handwheel system; low profile and lightest weight actuator on the market; quick adjustment of travel limit cams without interference from other components; highly visible valve status display on most units making it an ideal choice for your industrial applications.

    Design Features
    Size:1/2” ~ 4”
    Body: PVC,CPVC,PVDF,PP,ABS
    Ball: PVC,CPVC,PVDF,PP,ABS
    Seats: PTFE
    O-ring: EPDM,FPM
    End connections: Socket,Threaded,Flanged
    Pressure ratings: 150 PSI
    Standard: ANSI,JIS,DIN,BS

    Electric Actuator
    Output Torque 50Nm to 2000 Nm)
    Control: ON-OFF type、Regulation type
    Control signal: 4-20 mADC、0-5 VDC、0-10 VDC
    Power: 12 VDC,24 VAC,24 VDC,220 VAC,120 VAC,380 VAC 50/60 Hz

    1, CE certification of most units
    2, Wiring directly to the terminal strip without interference from other components
    3, Simple and unique manual override handwheel system
    4, Lowest profile and lightest weight actuator on the market
    5, Simple finger or screwdriver adjustment of travel limit cams without interference from other components
    6, Highly visible valve status display on most units

    pvc plastic flange electric ball valve

    pvc plastic flange electric ball valve

    pvc plastic flange electric ball valve


    FAQs

    What are PVC ball valves?

    PVC Ball Valves are valves that are used to control, isolate and regulate flow in a piping system. The valve is made up of a ball with a hole through its center, connected to two ports (inlet/outlet). When the valve is open, the hole allows fluid to pass straight through; when the valve is closed, the ball rotates so that it blocks off both ports.

    PVC Ball Valves come in various sizes from 1/2” ~ 4” and can be made from different materials such as PVC, CPVC, PVDF, PP and ABS depending on what kind of application they are used for. In addition their seats and O-rings also vary depending on what material will work best for any given situation e.g PTFE seats which have chemical resistance properties or O-ring seals made out of EPDM or FPM for high temperatures applications; all materials chosen dependant upon specific requirements within an industry such as oil & gas or potable water supply etc.

    The end connections of these type of valves could be Socket Welded or Threaded but most commonly they will have flanged ends fitted either following ANSI standards , JIS standards , DIN Standards or BS Standards depending upon your region . These ball valves have pressure ratings up to 150 PSI allowing you maximum safety when dealing with liquid pressures and ensuring no blow outs occur during use .

    What materials are plastic ball valves made of?

    Plastic ball valves are one of the most versatile and popular types of valves in use today. They are used extensively in many industries, from water and chemical treatment to air compressors, medical devices, food processing machinery, and industrial equipment. The body material for plastic ball valves can vary depending on its intended application. Common materials used for making plastic ball valves include PVC (polyvinyl chloride), CPVC (chlorinated polyvinyl chloride), PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride), PP (polypropylene) and ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene).

    What are PVC ball valves used for?

    PVC Ball Valves are industrial valves designed to control the flow of liquids or gases. These valves utilize a floating ball, which is controlled by a handle and the motion of that handle will open/close the valve accordingly. The design features of PVC ball valves make them ideal for applications in water treatment, food processing and many other industrial processes.

    The size range for these types of valves varies from 1/2” ~ 4” depending on the requirements; they also come with various body materials such as PVC,CPVC,PVDF,PP,ABS as well as with balls made from similar materials. Seats are generally made out of PTFE while O-rings can either be EPDM or FPM. Lastly there are several end connections option including Socket Threaded Flanged etc and pressure ratings up to 150 PSI all meeting ANSI JIS DIN BS standards depending on requirement.

    How to install PVC ball valve

    Installing a PVC ball valve is actually quite easy and can be done in just a few steps. The first step in the process is to prepare the parts you need for installation. This includes things such as a PVC ball valve, two slip nuts, some teflon tape or pipe thread compound, and appropriate lengths of pipe. Once you have all your parts ready to go, it’s time to get started on the actual installation.

    Start by taking one of the slip nuts off and wrapping it with teflon tape or pipe thread compound until there are three wraps around its exterior threads. Re-attach this slip nut now onto one end of your PVC ball valve while being careful not to over-tighten it because that could damage both the valve itself and its seat seal. Also make sure that your wrap was applied properly so that there are no air leaks around this joint when everything is tightened down properly later on in the process; if an air leak does occur here then you may need to replace this piece entirely or start over from scratch with new fittings and such.