DN50 EN1092 PN10 PN15 ANSI 150 Cast Iron Wafer Butterfly Valve with Handle Lever

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DN50 EN1092 PN10 PN15 ANSI 150 Cast Iron Wafer Butterfly Valve with Handle Lever

Description:

1.Body: cast Iron

2.Disc: ductile iron+plating Ni

3.Stem:SS410/416/420

4.Seat:EPDM/NBR

5.OEM produce

6.Your design and logo are agree.

 

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2.T/T 30% deposit, 70% T/T against B/L copy.

 

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one or more packed in a wood carton.

 

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30-35 days after 30% deposit received.

 

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