Gate Valve with Brass Isolating Valve Good Price

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1. Structure of Gate Valve Description

1. Selected materials, in line with domestic and international standards, high overall quality of the material.
2. In line with the requirements of domestic and foreign advanced standards, reliable sealing, excellent performance, attractive appearance.
3. Sealing pair advanced and reasonable, gate and seat sealing surface with different hardness Stellite (Stellite) cobalt-based alloy cladding made, reliable sealing, high hardness, wear resistance, high temperature, corrosion good anti-abrasion performance, long life.
4. Stem quenched and nitride surface treatment, has good corrosion resistance, scratch resistance and abrasion resistance.
5. The use of flexible wedge gate structure, medium and large caliber set thrust bearings, friction force is small, and with a striking manually open and close with ease.

2. Main Features of the Gate Valve:

Working medium: water, non-corrosive liquid, saturated vapor (≤ 0.6MPa)
Operating temperature: -20 °C ≤ t ≤ 135 °C
Stem: non-rising stem
Body material:Brass/Stainless Steel
Connection:flanged

3. Images of the Gate Valve:

4. Specification of the Gate Valve: 

1) Product information: the gate valves supplied are mainly used for adjusting water, steam, oil, gas, and natural gas in chemical industries

2) Standards: AWWA, DIN3352 F4/F5, BS5163, BS5150

3) Connection type: flanged type, push-on type, mechanical joint type, plain ends type

4) Design and Manufacture:API602,BS5352,ANSI B16.34

5) Connection Ends:

  1)Socket Welded Dimension:ANSI B16.11,JB/T1751

  2)Screw Ends Dimension:ANSI B1.20,JB/T7306

  3)Butt Welded:ANSI B16.25

  4)Flanged Ends:ANSI B16.5,JB79

6) Test and Inspection:API598,GB/T13927,JB/T9092

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1. Can I get free samples?

A: Yes,we can provide you the free sample, but you need to bear their own delivery costs.

2. Can I request to change the form of packaging and transportation?

A:Yes, We can change the form of the packaging and transportation according to your request, but you have to bear their own costs incurred during this period and the spreads.

3. Can I have my own Logo on the product?

A: Yes, you can send us your drawing and we can make your logo, but you have to bear

their own the cost.

4. Can you produce the products according to my own drawings?

A:Yes,we can produce the products according to your drawings that will be most satisfy you.

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There is a cut off valve at the water meter.Before you get to deep in this,make sure the water is not running down the line from the tank it self.Dry the line coming out the tank with a paper towel just to make sure it is the valve leaking.Believe me,it can fool you.
Q:Idle valve for accord 2005?
Probably won't help. Idle Air Control valves are blamed probably ten times as often as they are at fault in Honda engines. It is mounted on the side of the throttle body and has a connector with wires instead of hoses. You don't mention why you are interested in the IAC valve, but if it is because of idle hunting (revving between about 500 rpm and 1500 rpm smoothly and rhythmically), a bubble in the coolant is by far the most common cause. If the coolant is changed and not bled the normal idle speed can't get hot coolant to the Fast Idle Thermo valve (FITV) so it figures the engine is cold and the valve opens to raise the idle. That raises the coolant to the FITV, which then decides the engine is warm so the valve closes, dropping the idle speed, over and over. Burping the coolant, by opening the bleed nipple on top of one of the radiator hose housings at the engine half a turn until a steady stream of coolant comes out, should stop that. Do it with the engine cold.
Q:The pressure relief valve leaks on my electric water heater...?
Same thing happened to me, but with an oil boiler. Shut off power to water heater. Find the drain valve on bottom of unit, attach hose if it has a fitting. If you have an open sump pump in you basement, just drain into there, or you can fill buckets and keep emptying them. Use a pipe wrench to take of pressure relief valve. Take the valve to a good hardware store, or plumbing supply place so they can match it. Put teflon tape on threads of new valve (thats all i used, no leaks) and install then refill tank, you may have to manually hold down the water feed line. turn on power, and open all faucets to bleed out the air.
Q:Anti-Siphon Valve leaks = Where??
Sprinkler Anti Siphon Valve Leaking
Q:How do i take my valves out?
It can be different from car to car, look up tutorial's on google and youtube for your specific car
Q:what does the btu rating mean on a temp and pressure valve?
You can absolutely use one with a higher btu rating., but not with a higher pressure rating. Just be aware that this valve has a much lower blowoff point than a typical hot water heater tp valve, so be very sure of the PRESSURE rating on the new valve. (should be 30 psi, just like the old one) You may want to check to be sure that your expansion tank isn't water logged, and that your boiler pressure isn't too high.(shouldn't be much more than 15psi or so, unless you have a multi story house). Expansion tank or water feeder pressure regulating valve may be having issues,....sometimes there's a reason why the tp valves leak. Hope this helps
Q:proportion valves?
the valves are on the brake lines before they break away from the frame, or at least they should be. They are controlled by the computer though.
Q:Inhaling smoke from valve oil?
Valve oil is basically just mineral oil and various other ingredients. You can buy pure oil, and it's also the main ingredient in baby oil and other medicines. Nothing wrong with burning it.
Q:Trumpet valves making weird sound?
No, there shouldn't be any scraping sounds. Yikes! It may be simply that the spring guide is misaligned. I'd pull the valve and try to make sure it locks-in when you replace it. On Yamaha's, the valve guide locks in with the valve facing forward (or backward - but you won't be able to blow through it with the valve down). So pull it. Look to see if there's a number engraved on the top section of the valve, and if so... it faces the player. Once you slide it in, turn it side to side slightly. If it won't turn, the valve guide is in place. If it turns a little, you should eventually hear the valve guide snap into the groove and you won't be able to turn it. If the scraping sound continues, the spring may be bent and need to be replaced (easy do-it-yourself kits available on-line). As to the sound, my guess is that this is just a matter of adjusting to a MUCH smaller mouthpiece than you're used to using. Everyone sounds awful when they start. That said... You should also check to see that the spit-valve corks are there and sealing the tuning slide and third valve slide completely. They'll fall off sometimes, which creates a leak and thus an annoying buzz in the sound. It's a good student model trumpet, so congrats on the purchase, and enjoy!
Q:Toilet shutoff (stop) valve problem?
Definitely the tank float valve needs adjusting. Take the tank cover off and look at the water level, should be up pretty high and just below the venting tube. If it's not you need to adjust the valve. One quick and easy way is to bend the rod that is located between the float and the valve. Bend rod down so that the float sits lower in the tank. This should increase the amount of water in the tank. Some valves have a screw to adjust the water level. If this is the case you'll have to screw in one direction to see what the effect is (more or less water in the tank) then make the adjustment you need in the appropriate direction (screw in or out). Not a big deal, you can do it.

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