The gas ball valve described here is an excellent choice for both family and industrial gas systems. It is designed to ensure safe and efficient gas flow control, offering reliable performance and peace of mind.
The gas ball valve is available in a range of sizes, specifically designed to cater to different installation needs. It is offered in sizes ranging from 1/2″ to 1″, allowing flexibility in fitting it into various gas system configurations.
The gas ball valve is equipped with male/male threads, facilitating straightforward installation and connection with other components of the gas system. It supports two types of male threads: ISO 7/1 R taper (equivalent to DIN EN 10226-1 and BS EN 10226-1) and ISO 228 (equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228).
It can effectively handle working temperatures as low as -20°C and as high as 120°C, ensuring reliable performance even in extreme weather conditions. In terms of pressure, the valve is rated for MOP5 (maximum operating pressure 5).
The gas ball valve described here is an ideal choice for installation in both family and industrial gas systems. It is designed to regulate the flow of gas efficiently and safely, providing reliable performance and peace of mind. The valve is CE-approved and adheres to the EN331 standard, ensuring its high quality and adherence to strict safety requirements. It is classified as a light-type valve, which means it is durable while remaining easy to use.
The valve comes in various sizes ranging from 1/2″ to 1″, allowing flexibility in fitting it into different gas system configurations. Its compact and space-saving design makes it suitable for both residential and commercial applications. The valve’s well-engineered shape ensures efficient operation and easy integration into existing gas systems.
These male/male threads, more than mundane conduits, stand as a testament to the marriage of precision and practicality. They become the eloquent connectors, uniting the valve with other components in a dance that transcends mere function. Supporting two distinct species of standardized male threads, the valve becomes a chameleon of compatibility. The ISO 7/1 R taper threads, akin to an ode to structural integrity, share kinship with DIN EN 10226-1 and BS EN 10226-1 standards. Meanwhile, the ISO 228 threads mirror the whispers of universality, finding kindred spirits in DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228 standards. These threads, like masterful diplomats, negotiate compatibility with an expansive range of fittings, paving the way for a fluid integration that remains steadfast against the specter of leaks.