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J41t-10/16 cast iron flange globe valve overview:
Flanged cast iron globe valve is a commonly used cut-off valve, mainly used to press through or cut off the medium in the pipeline, generally not used for flow regulation. Cast iron globe valves are suitable for a wide range of pressure and temperature, but are generally used in medium to small diameter piping. Compared with gate valve, globe valve structure is simple, manufacturing and maintenance are more convenient, sealing surface is not easy to wear, abrasion, good sealing, long life, opening and closing when the disc stroke is small, opening and closing time is short, the height of the valve is small.
J41t-10/16 cast iron flange globe valve
Cast iron stop valve is widely used in water supply and drainage, gas, electric power, metallurgy, petroleum, chemical industry, textile and urban construction and other industries, in steam, water, oil medium pipeline for opening and closing.
J41t-10/16 cast iron flange globe valve features:
This product is suitable for liquid and gas medium pipeline and equipment, suitable for the nominal pressure of 1.6mpa pipeline for opening and closing, with the use of cutting and connecting the medium in the pipeline. With good sealing, easy operation, sealing surface is not easy to damage, long service life, not easy to produce water hammer phenomenon and other characteristics. Turn the handwheel clockwise to close, otherwise to open, no lever is allowed.
J41t-10/16 cast iron flange globe valve advantages:
1. Simple structure, convenient manufacturing and maintenance.
2. Small working stroke, short opening and closing time.
3. Good sealing, small friction between the sealing surface and long service life.
J41t-10/16 cast iron flange stop valve note
5. Handwheel and handle operated globe valves can be installed at any position in the pipeline.
6. Handwheel, handle and transmission mechanism are not allowed to be used for lifting.
7. The flow direction of the medium should be consistent with the arrow direction shown on the valve body.