High Quality Manual Ball Valve Stainless Stee Ball Valve

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1.Features

The appearance is beautiful.
Material conform to the standard.
Every size produce according to the standard.

2.Specification

1. CF8M/CF8,SS316/SS04,1.4408/1.4301

2. Carbon Steel Ball Valve,with threaded ends ,BSPT,NPT .
3. Applicable media: Water Oil ,Steam, Nitric acid, Acetic acid.
4. Nominal pressure: 1.6. 2.5. 4.0. 6.4Mpa
5. Main size: 1/4" 3/8" 1/2" 3/4" 1" 1-1/4" 1-1/2"2" 2-1/2" 3" 4"
6. Materials of main parts:
7. Valve body: WCB ,CF8, CF8M
8. Stem: 304 316
9. BALL: 304 316
10. Packing: PTFE.
11. Sealing: PTFE

3.Trade Terms

Payment:T/T,30% deposit;70% balance before shipment.

4.Application

Drinking Water Plants

Industrial Water Treatment Plant

Water Softener & Purifier

Water Treatment Plants

Filtration and Sedimentation Units

Flower water treatment

Solar energy water treatment system

Boiler water treatment system

Swimming Pool Filtration Plant, etc.

 

5.Why Choose us?

1.We are a factory who focus on produce valves for 20years.

   Adhere To Quality Is Our Belief.

2.All valves  according the drawings to produce and 100% pressure testing,100% material inspection.

3.We use ERP system to improve the work efficiency.

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High Quality Manual Ball Valve Stainless Stee Ball Valve

High Quality Manual Ball Valve Stainless Stee Ball Valve



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