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The gas ball valve described is designed for installation in both family and industrial gas systems. It has received CE and DVGW approvals, signifying its compliance with safety standards.
The gas ball valve is available in a size range from 1/4″ to 2″, providing flexibility for various installation requirements. It has a well-designed shape that optimizes space utilization, allowing for easy integration into the gas system. The valve’s compact design facilitates convenient installation and efficient gas flow control.
The gas ball valve features male threads, which allow for easy connection with other components in the gas system. It supports two types of standardized 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).
The gas ball valve is designed to operate within a working temperature range of -20°C to 120°C. The valve can withstand these temperature variations, ensuring uninterrupted gas flow control. In terms of pressure, the valve has a working pressure rating of MOP5 (maximum operating pressure 5).
The GAS BALL VALVE DVGW described is suitable for installation in both family and industrial gas systems. It has a size range of 1/4″ to 2″ and has received CE and DVGW approvals, indicating its compliance with safety standards. The valve conforms to the EN331 standard, ensuring its reliability in gas flow control.
The GAS BALL VALVE DVGW features both male threads, specifically ISO 7/1 R taper and ISO 228 types. These standardized threads enable easy connection with other components in the gas system, ensuring compatibility and secure fittings.
Constructed with a lever handle made of steel and a body made of nickel-plated brass, the gas ball valve ensures durability and longevity. It can withstand a wide temperature range from -20°C to 60°C, allowing it to perform effectively in various environmental conditions. The valve has a working pressure rating of MOP5, indicating its capability to handle moderate to high gas system pressures.