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This is a 3-way valve automatically controlled by an electric motor. Through electricity supply to switch the flow direction. T port or L port ball are available according to customers鈥?requirement.
Design Feature
鈥ull Bore
鈥ast body
鈥 Port / L Port are available
鈥asy to operate and switch
鈥obust engineering design, very long service life
鈥ero Leakage, bubble tight shut off, 100% leakage test before release
鈥cid and alkali corrosion resistance
鈥SO 5211 mounting pad (indirect)
鈥lowout proof stem
鈥nti-static structure
鈥djustable stem packing
鈥odel No.: K-507
鈥ore: Full Bore
鈥ort: T Port / L Port
鈥ower: Electricity
鈥ize Range: 1 1/4" to 12" (DN32 to DN300)
鈥ressure Rating: ANSI Class 150 to 300 / DIN PN16
鈥ain Material: CS (WCB) / SS 304 (CF8) / SS 316 (CF8M)
鈥eat: RPTFE (RTFE)
鈥ounting Pad: ISO 5211 Indirect Type
鈥esign Standard: ASME B16.34 / EN 12516-1
鈥onnection: Flange, ASME B16.5 / EN 1092-1
鈥ace to Face: Manufacturer Standard
鈥emperature Range: -20 to 180掳C
鈥pplicable Media: Water / Oil / Gas / Chemical / Petrochemical
鈥ctuator: Electric Actuator
鈥rigin: Taiwan
鈥arranty: 12 Months
鈥ire safe Design
鈥arious seat materials for different working temperature conditions. Tell us your working temperature conditions, we will find the right one for you.
鈥pecial alloy material, for example, Duplex, Super Duplex, Hastelloy, Monel, Inconel, and Titanium
BodyCF8M / CF8 / WCB
End CapCF8M / CF8 / WCB
BallCF8M / CF8
Body SealPTFE / Graphite
Stem PackingPTFE / Graphite
HandleCarbon Steel
Q. Do you use forging material or casting material to make valves?
A: Both. Mostly casting material, but we use forging material for high pressure valves.
Q. What is the highest pressure rating you can do?
A: Maximum 10000 PSI or ANSI Class 2500.
Q. What is the highest temperature your ball valve can endure?
A: 500掳C (932掳F).
Q. Are you a trading company or manufacturer?
A: We are a valve manufacturer in Taiwan with over 35 years鈥?experience.Electric Ball Valve Made in Taiwan

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