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Introducing the Lockable Handle Brass Bibcock, a versatile valve designed to meet your needs in drinkable water systems, piping water systems, and garden houses.
The Brass Bibcock features a convenient size of 1/2″, making it suitable for various applications where a smaller valve is required. Its compact design allows for easy installation in tight spaces, providing flexibility and convenience.
The Brass Bibcock is equipped with threads that adhere to the ISO 228 standard, which is equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228. These standardized threads ensure a secure and leak-free connection, making installation quick and hassle-free.
The Brass Bibcock is designed to withstand a wide range of temperatures, with a working temperature range of 0°C to 80°C. With a working pressure rating of PN16.
Introducing the Lockable Handle Brass Bibcock, a reliable and versatile valve suitable for various applications including drinkable water systems, piping water systems, and garden houses. This bibcock is specifically designed with a 1/2″ size, making it ideal for installations where a smaller valve is required. The body of the bibcock is made of chrome-plated brass, offering not only durability but also an attractive appearance that complements any plumbing system. The lockable handle, also made of brass, provides an added layer of security, allowing you to control the water flow with ease and confidence.
The Lockable Handle Brass Bibcock is equipped with threads that conform to the ISO 228 standard, which ensures compatibility with other fittings and fixtures that adhere to the same threading specifications. These standardized threads enable easy installation and provide a tight and leak-free connection, ensuring the integrity of your water system. With a working temperature range of 0°C to 80°C, this bibcock can withstand both hot and cold water applications, making it suitable for a wide range of environments. The PN16 working pressure rating further enhances its versatility, allowing it to handle moderate pressure levels commonly encountered in water systems.