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Stainless Steel Flow-meter Manifolds are widely used in heating systems for efficient control and distribution of fluids. These manifolds are designed to regulate the flow of hot water or other heating fluids within a system.
These manifolds feature a compact and space-saving design, with each port having a size of 3/4″ x 1″. The compact size allows for easy installation and integration into heating systems, whether they are residential or commercial.
The threads used in the Stainless Steel Flow-meter Manifolds are of ISO 228 standard, which is equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228.
The Stainless Steel Flow-meter Manifolds are designed to operate within a specific temperature and pressure range. The working temperature of these manifolds is ≤120℃, making them suitable for handling high-temperature heating fluids commonly used in heating systems.
Stainless Steel Flow-meter Manifolds are essential components used in heating systems to regulate and distribute fluids effectively. These manifolds are constructed using stainless steel, providing durability and resistance to corrosion, ensuring their longevity and reliability in various heating applications. They are designed to control the flow of hot water or other heating fluids within a system, enabling precise temperature control and optimal performance.
The size and shape of these manifolds vary to accommodate different heating system requirements. They are available in sizes ranging from 2 ways to 8 ways, indicating the number of outlets or ports they have to accommodate heating circuits. The compact design of the manifolds allows for easy installation and integration into residential or commercial heating systems. Each port of the manifold has a size of 3/4″ x 1″, contributing to their space-saving nature.
The threads used in the Stainless Steel Flow-meter Manifolds conform to the ISO 228 standard, which is equivalent to DIN EN ISO 228 and BS EN ISO 228. These standardized threads ensure compatibility with various plumbing systems and facilitate a secure connection between the manifold and other fittings or components. This standardized thread type also simplifies maintenance and replacement procedures if required.