Stainless Steel Ball Valve
The Stainless Steel Ball Valve can be applied in a wide pressure range and a wide temperature range. Stainless Steel is one of the strongest and most resilient materials, with top-notch pressure and temperature resistances.
The Stainless Steel Ball Valve can be applied in a wide pressure range and a wide temperature range. Stainless Steel is one of the strongest and most resilient materials, with top-notch pressure and temperature resistances. For this reason, stainless steel ball valves are typically demanding in applications that require corrosion resistance, high temperature, or high pressure.
Size Range: 1/2"- 8"(DN15-DN200)
Pressure Rating: ASME CLASS 150-2500 (PN16-PN420)
Body Material: Stainless steel
End Connection: Flanged ends, butt-welded ends, socket ends, RTJ flanged ends, and so on.
Operation: Manual, Pneumatic, Electric, Hydraulic, etc.
Temperature Range: -46~450℃
Fire Safe Design: Yes
Common Applications Examples:
The process of refining crude oil into usable outputs is a complicated one that we will not delve too far into today. Crude petroleum can contain water, carbon dioxide, sulfur, and all kinds of microorganisms. These make it a very corrosive substance. It will slowly break down metal over time, so you must get valves and pipes that will be able to withstand it for the longest amount of time. Stainless Steel ball valves will hold up longer than many other materials, so they are the obvious choice.
Some applications take place in or near seawater, such as desalination. Marine environments are corrosive and harmful to all types of materials, but because they involve water, they affect metals most of all. Stainless steel ball valves handle intense conditions with ease, they can perform under high pressures and extreme temperatures. And with the proper maintenance, a stainless ball valve can have a long lifespan around seawater.