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The Pressfit Service Valve Angled is a highly useful component designed for installation in distribution networks for drinking water, piping water systems, and connecting with water meters.
The Pressfit Service Valve Angled is specifically designed with a size of 15MM X 3/4″. The angled shape of the valve allows it to be conveniently positioned in tight spaces or in areas where the pipe alignment requires a change in direction.
The Pressfit Service Valve Angled features a press-fit thread design. Press-fit installation involves the use of compression to create a secure and leak-proof joint. This method eliminates the need for traditional threaded connections.
The valve has a working pressure rating of PN16. It has a wide temperature range capability, operating effectively from -20°C to +120°C. These temperature and pressure specifications make the valve suitable for various applications and ensure its performance under different operating conditions.
The Press-fit Angled Service Valve is a valuable component designed for installation in distribution networks for drinking water, piping water systems, and connecting with water meters. This angled valve plays a crucial role in regulating water flow and providing convenient control and maintenance within the plumbing system. Its specific design allows for easy access and operation, particularly in areas where space is limited or where the flow direction needs to be redirected.
With a size of 15MM X 3/4″, the Press-fit Angled Service Valve is tailored to fit a specific pipe diameter and threaded connection size. This ensures compatibility with the corresponding pipes and facilitates efficient water flow control. The angled shape of the valve not only enables it to fit into tight spaces but also allows for changes in the pipe’s direction, enhancing flexibility during installation.
With a working pressure rating of PN16, the valve can withstand pressures of up to 16 bar or 232 psi, providing robust performance under normal operating conditions. Additionally, it has a wide temperature range capability, with a maximum working temperature ranging from -20°C to +120°C. This allows the valve to effectively function in various environmental conditions commonly encountered in water distribution systems.