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Ball valve 705 series
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Characteristics

Type
ball
Operation
lever, hydraulic
Function
distribution
Media
for compressed air
Body
threaded, 2-piece, carbon steel, PTFE, galvanized steel
Applications
for the chemical industry, for oil industry applications, for pharmaceutical applications
Other characteristics
full-flow, DIN, ATEX
Temperature

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)

Max.: 180 °C (356 °F)

Pressure

25 bar, 40 bar, 50 bar, 63 bar (362.6 psi)

DN

Min.: 0.25 in

Max.: 3 in

Description

This equipment is used for all common fluid distribution purposes. This hydraulic type equipment is made from galvanized steel. It has a reduced bore, and is capable of handling extreme pressures. It has a temperature threshold range of -10°C to 100°C, and can withstand maximum pressure of up to 100 bars. 2 pièces carbon Steel bail valve DIN M3 with full bore for Chemical industries, petrochemical industries, hydraulic installation, heating, water distribution and compressed air. Length according to EN 16722 Sériés M3 (DIN long pattern M3) PTFE packing and PTFE filled with 3% Glass fiber seat for a température up to +180*C. Compatible with explosive atmosphère, ATEX Zone 1&21 and Zone 2&22 thanks to the antistatic device. SPECIFICATIONS : • - Full bore • - Anti blow-out stem • - PTFE packing • - Locking device • - Solid bail • - 2 pièces type • - ATEX USE: • - Chemical and pharmaceutical industries, petrochemical industries, hydraulic installation, compressed air • - Min and max Température Ts : -20°C to + 180°C • - Max Pressure Ps : 63 bars up to DN3/4“.50 bars from DN 1“ to 1“1/4.40 bars from DN 1*1/2 to 2*, 25 bars from DN 2*1/2 to 3“ ( see graph )

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