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Ball Valve SS Male x Female 3/8in 1000psi

Item #: 150-1349  UPC : 00669893019577  MPN : SS304-M-F-3/8in

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Ball Valve Male x Female 3/8in 1000psi

304 Stainless Steel Ball Valve 3/8in 1000 PSI

3/8 NPT Female - Male thread for water oil acid 

Product Name:Stainless Steel Mini Ball Valve

Valve Body Material:SS304 

Seal Material:  PTFE

Size: 3/8 in NPT

Working Pressure  900PSI

Media:  Water, Oil, Gas

Working temperature:  -20  to 180 deg C

MAX PRESSURE:1000PSI/PN63

Testing Inspection :

Thread: API598,EN12266

ASME B1.20.1 BS21.DIN2999/259,ISO228-1,JIS B 0203,ISO7/1

Packing:one piece

Suitable medium: oil, water, gas and other non-corrosive or corrosive media

(water, solvents, acids, natural gas, oxygen, hydrogen peroxide, methane and ethylene)

Application scope

non corrosive or corrosive medium such as oil, water, gas, etc. (water, solvent, acid, natural gas, oxygen, hydrogen peroxide, methane and ethylene).


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