Valworx 536912 Full Port 3-way lead free brass ball valves with T-flow path are designed for use with air, oil, water and other media compatible with the materials of construction. Ideal where lead free and NSF approved construction are required for potable drinking water or other general industrial applications. Functions as a diverter or mixing valve due to unique energized four ball seat design allowing full pressure at any port. Valves can be manually operated with stainless steel lever or direct mounted to air or electric actuators using the standard ISO5211 mounting pad. Rotating the valve one quarter turn changes the flow path from position 1 to position 2. Standard factory set T2 flow path can be easily changed in the field to alternate T1, T3 or T4. Latch locking device allows for pad locking the valve in either position.
High performance ball and stem are made of 316 stainless steel rather than the typical plated brass. Energized PTFE ball seats are designed for low torque and extended cycle life. These ball valves offer a unique triple PTFE/Viton leak free stem seal design. When automating the valve, lower operating torque equates to the use of a smaller size actuator, which in turn leads to a smaller profile and a less expensive package.
Environmentally friendly lead free brass construction
Full Port for unrestricted flow
316 stainless steel ball and stem
Blow out proof stem
Energized PTFE ball seats for extended cycle life and reduced torque and reduce torque
Leak free triple PTFE/Viton stem seal design
Latch locking handle (padlockable)
Actuator ready ISO5211 direct mounting pad
Certified per NSF372 and NSF61 for use with potable/drinking water
1-1/2" NPT female
Full Port, orifice 1.5 inches, Cv 49
400 PSI CWP non-shock (see P/T chart) Vacuum service to 29"Hg, Steam Service 100PSI
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