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|Material:||Cast Bronze||Standard No.:||JIS F7409|
|Pressure Rating:||JIS 16K||Type:||SDNR|
|End Connection:||Flange||Application:||Sea Water|
marine globe valve,
marine check valve
JIS F7409 Bronze Material Flanged End Marine Globe Valve For Water Purifier
1 - Body - Bronze - BC6
2 - Disc - Bronze - BC6
3 - Stem - Brass - C3771BD
|Item NO.||Size||L (mm)||D||C||Number of Holes||h|
About Marine Valves
A valve is a device that controls the flow of a gas or liquid. Some valves are simpler than others and are intended only to fully stop or allow flow; other valves are more complex and may be used to slow down flow as well. When a valve limits flow but does not stop it completely, it is referred to as Throttling the flow. If a valve is in a position that allows a full flow to pass through, it is referred to as open, and if it stops flow completely, it is referred to as closed.
In the marine industry, the substances most commonly dealt with are sea water, fuels, and waste. Before considering any valves for use in your project, you must know what substance will be passing through it, what the pressure of the substance will be, and if pressure will be consistent or pulsating. It’s also important to know where the valve will be in use. The reason you need to know these things is that valves are made of many different materials. Knowing what substance passes through a valve will help you determine how resistant to corrosion the material must be. Knowing where the valve will be used will help you determine how ductile (how much a metal can bend before it cracks) or dampening (how much vibration a metal can withstand and how much soundproofing it provides) your material needs to be.
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