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RS PRO Stainless Steel High Pressure Ball Valve 3/4 in BSPP 3 Way


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RS Stock No.:
499-1950
Manufacturer:
RS PRO

RoHS Status: Not Applicable

COO (Country of Origin):
CN
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Stainless Steel Quarter-turn L- and T-Port Ball Valves


RS Pro Stainless Steel L and T Port Ball Valves used for controlling flow and are excellent choice for shut-off applications. These ball valves are durable and perform well even after long periods of time. Available in a variety of sizes.


Features and Benefits:


  • Stainless steel - superior corrosion resistance, ideal for demanding applications with high temperatures

  • Operating Temperature Range: -15 to +232 C

  • Pressure Rating WOG: 68 bar

  • Ball and Stem - AISI 316 Stainless Steel

  • Gland Nut, Handle, Stop-bolt and Lock Plate - AISI 304 Stainless Steel

  • Body Seal, Seal, Thrust Washer and Stem Pack Material - PTFE

  • Handle Washer-Bolt Material - ASTM A36

  • For "L" port valves see RS 499-1865, RS 499-1871, RS 499-1887, RS 499-1893

  • For "T" port valves see RS 499-1938, RS 499-1944, RS 499-1950, RS 499-1966


Typical Applications


Manual quarter turn ball valves are available in various sizes to meet a range of applications. They feature a manual hand lever and can be made from brass, stainless steel and plastic. Ball values are popular as they are reliable and durable and still close securely over long periods making them suitable for shutoff and control applications.

Applications include:
Heating systems
Water treatment
Gas flow control
Liquid flow control


FAQs


How does a manual ball value work?
A ball valve is a type of shut off valve that controls the flow of liquids or gases by its rotary ball. The valve is open when the ball’s hole is in line with the flow and closed when the ball is rotated by a quarter turn (90 degrees) by the valve handle.

What is the difference between full bore and reduced bore ball valves?
A full-bore ball valve (also known as full port) has an oversized ball so that the hole in the ball is the same size as the pipeline resulting in lover friction loss. In other words, the bore diameter has the same internal diameter as the pipe. A reduced bore valve has a smaller bore diameter than the internal diameter of the pipework it is on.


Standards

ISO-5211

AttributeValue
Attachment TypeThreaded
Threaded Connection3/4 in BSPP
Body MaterialStainless Steel
Thread Size3/4in
Safe for Use WithGas, Oil, Water
Maximum Working Pressure68 bar
Connection Size mm20mm
Connection Size inch3/4in
Type3 Way