|Control Type:||Normal Closed, Normal Open, Double Acting, Manual Operate||Valve Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Actuator:||Plastic Pneumatic,Stainless Steel Actuator||Size:||1/2”-2 1/2”,DN10-DN65|
|Seal Material:||PTFE||Applicable Medium:||Steam, Water, Air, Oil Etc.|
angle seat valve,
three way plug valve
Hygienic Sanitary Stainless Steel Pneumatic Actuator Angle Seat Valve Tri Clamp / Thread / Flange Connection
The summarize of the welded pneumatic angle seat valve
The pneumatic seat valve: With 316 stainless steel as the main manufacturing materials. it is widely used in beer, textile printing and dyeing and bleach, pharmacy and medical equipment, food processing, rubber machinery, organic and inorganic chemicals, cleaning and disinfection of the high temperature sterilization, water treatment and other industries, suitable for medium of water, liquid, gas, steam, mild corrosive gas and liquid, and compared with solenoid valve and other valves, it is characterized by the economical investment, the use of safe, no maintenance, long life characteristics.
*Long service life, economical investment.
*Compact in size and lightweight.
*Convenient of maintenance, replacement and disassemble.
*Used in food, medicine, textile printing and dyeing etc.
Pneumatic actuator operation can be in air-spring or air-air mode
Very quick reaction to operation signal
Suitable for frequent open-close
Can rotate freely in all directions
|Control type:||Normal closed, normal open, double acting, manual operate|
|Valve Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Connection type:||Flanged,Welded, Clamped, Thread|
|Actuator:||Plastic pneumatic,Stainless steel actuator|
|Applicable medium:||Steam, water, air, oil etc.|
1. Large Flux, low Resistance, No Water-hammer Y-type Shape Enlarged The Flowing Section, which Could Raise The Flux By 30% And Make Flow More Smooth
2. Super Long Life.
3. Which Help The Stem Adjust And Lubricate Itself Automatically.
4. The Cylinder Material is Stainless Steel.Lubricating Automatically,360 Rolling Freely.
Contact Person: Miss. Sarah Ding