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Innovative and Reliable Ball and Needle Valve Solutions

10 August 2012

Bifold’s new compact design range of Ball and Needle Valve products have been developed for

low / medium pressure applications with an operating range from 1,000 psi / 70 bar up to 10,000 psi / 1380 bar.

Constructed from UNS S31600 / S31603 Stainless Steel (alternative materials available), in compliance with NACE MR-01-75 as standard and with ¼” NPT up to 2” NPT within the range.

Our Ball Valve range is available as a single piece body design, reducing potential leak paths to the outside environment  along with an anti-blow out stem and pressure energised stem seal which ensures seal integrity.  The use of PEEK seat and stem seal materials allows operation over a wide temperature range from -20°C to +180°C, with alternative temperature range from -45°C to +225°C.

Our Needle Valve range incorporates dynamic sealing which eliminates the loss of seal integrity and

Direct mount to the back plate is also standard which means that no panel cut-outs or spacers are required for vents and needle heads.  The range also offers lower torque to operate – No need to mount on the back plate to counteract torque.

 

More Information

Gill Bancroft, Tel. +44 (0) 161 345 4777  Fax. +44 (0) 161 345 4780

Email: gbancroft@bifold-fluidpower.co.uk   Web: www.bifold-fluidpower.co.uk

reduces the risk of fugitive emissions along with non-wetted parts.  A compact design offers a light weight body with smaller envelope, enabling closer mounting and reduction in the overall panel size.


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