1/2" Sweat Bronze Ball Valve Inline
APOLLO| Zoro #: G2194796| Mfr #: 8220301
Zoro #: G2194796Mfr. Part #: 8220301
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|Zoro #: G2194796 Mfr #: 8220301|
|Port: Full||Stem Type: Blowout Proof|
|Standards: MSS-SP-110||Features: In-Line Repairable|
|Compliance: ISO 9001||Body Seal Material: RPTFE|
|Valve Basic Body Material: Bronze||Ball Valve Product Group: Manual|
|Handle Material: Zinc Plated Steel with Vinyl Grip||Max. Steam Pressure: 150 PSI WSP|
|Valve Structure: 3-Piece||Seat Material: RPTFE|
|Max. Pressure: 600 psi CWP||Body Material: Bronze B584|
|Item: Ball Valve||Temp. Range: -20 Degrees to 450 Degrees F|
|Handle Type: Lever||Body Style: Inline|
|Pipe Size: 1/2"||Stem Material: Brass|
|Tube Size: 1/2"||Connection Type: Sweat x Sweat|
|Ball Material: Chrome Plated Bronze||Country of Origin (subject to change): United States|
This ball valve from Apollo is a reliable shut-off valve for a number of systems. This top-of-the-line ball valve is equipped with a 3-piece valve structure. It also has an inline body style and a Sweat x Sweat connection. The handle is made of zinc plated steel with vinyl grip material. Features of this ball valve include: in-line repairable. The handle type is: lever. It fits a pipe size of 1/2" and a tube size of 1/2". The ball is made of Chrome Plated Bronze. The seat is made of RPTFE material. The body is made of bronze b584 material. It includes a full port. It has a blowout proof stem made of Brass. The temperature range is from -20 degrees to 450 degrees F. It is ISO 9001. The ball valve has a maximum pressure of 600 psi CWP. Standards include: MSS-SP-110.
Restrictions and Compliance
- This product is not intended for potable water applications (human consumption – drinking and cooking) and has not been designed to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable water applications. This item is for use, only, in non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications.
- This is a restricted item. It cannot be used in the USA for potable water applications.