SS Material Pneumatic Shut Off Valve / Three Way Ball Valve For Pipe Line
|Place of Origin:||China|
|Model Number:||On/off valves shuts off valves|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1|
|Price:||FOB shanghai EXW|
|Packaging Details:||plywooden case strengthen packing|
|Delivery Time:||6-8 weeks|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T|
|Material:||Carbon Steel/ Stainless Steel||Color:||As Customer Need|
|Name:||Pneumatic On Off Valve||Power:||Pneumatic|
|Media:||Water, Oil, Chemical||Temperature Of Media::||Medium Temperature|
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Water Media Pneumatic On Off Valve / Shut Off Valves For Pipe Line SS Material
VESON ON/OFF VALVES
On/off valves shuts off the flow and remains tight in the flow direction. They offer great tightness when closed and a low flow resistance in the open position. VESON on/off-valves usually come equipped with a pneumatic actuator that can be either single- or double-acting.
SEVERAL VALVES CAN BE USED AS AN ON/OFF
VESON offers several different valves that can be used for on/off applications. Our full-bore ball valve offers very low resistance when open and excellent tightness in both flow directions when closed.
VESON butterfly valve is also offered as an on/off valve, it features a “no maintenance required” design and offers superior tightness when closed. Its relatively small size and equally small prize point are other advantages.
VESON ball segment valve is primarily considered a control valve. It can however be used as an on/off valve if desired. Thanks to its openness in terms of flow and it’s more the than generous price it is a very good candidate for an on/off valve.
Below information on the valves that can be used as an on/off valve.
Dimensions for ball valves: DN25 – DN500
Dimensions for ball segment valves: DN25 – DN700
Dimensions for butterfly valves: DN80 – DN1200
Pressure classes: PN10 – PN100
ON/OFF VALVES–FOR MOST BUSINESS AREAS
VESON on/off valves suits most business areas very well.
1, Pulp and paper
2, Shipping and shipbuilding