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3/8" FNPT Carbon Steel Ball Valve Inline

DYNAQUIP CONTROLS| Zoro #: G2218711| Mfr #: VLE2.AK0P 3/8

$23.00 /ea

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Max. Steam Pressure: 150 psi WSPTemp. Range: -20 Degrees to 425 Degrees FBall Valve Product Group: Manual
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Zoro #: G2218711 Mfr #: VLE2.AK0P 3/8
Max. Steam Pressure: 150 psi WSPTemp. Range: -20 Degrees to 425 Degrees F
Ball Valve Product Group: ManualFeatures: Designed for flow control processes in agricultural, manufacturing, hydraulic, petroleum, petrochemical, gas production, pipeline and crude oil applications. External phosphate coated body provides superior corrosion resistance. Hex shaped body allows quick and easy installation. Built tough in the USA
Valve Basic Body Material: Carbon SteelStem Type: Blowout Proof
Body Material: Carbon SteelBall Material: Carbon Steel
Port: FullSeat Material: Carbon & Graphite Filled PTFE
Connection Type: FNPT x FNPTBody Seal Material: PTFE
Stem Material: Nickel Plated SteelHandle Type: Latching Lockout
Max. Pressure: 3000 psi CWPBody Style: Inline
Pipe Size: 3/8"Valve Structure: 2-Piece
Item: Ball ValveHandle Material: Steel with Vinyl Grip
Standards: RoHS CompliantCountry of Origin (subject to change): United States


Ball Valve, Body Material Carbon Steel, Body Style Inline, 2-Piece, Pipe Size 3/8 In., Connection Type FNPT x FNPT, Full Port, Max. Pressure 3000 psi CWP, Max. Steam Pressure 150 psi WSP, Temp. Range -20 Degrees to 425 Degrees F, Ball Material Carbon Steel, Seat Material Carbon & Graphite Filled PTFE, Stem Type Blowout Proof, Handle Type Latching Lockout, Handle Material Steel with Vinyl Grip, Stem Material Nickel Plated Steel, Body Seal Material PTFE