3/8" FNPT Polypropylene Ball Valve 3-Way True Union
GF PIPING SYSTEMS| Zoro #: G1211707| Mfr #: 167543171
Zoro #: G1211707Mfr. Part #: 167543171
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|Zoro #: G1211707 Mfr #: 167543171|
|Stem Type: Blowout Proof||Seat Material: PTFE|
|Valve Basic Body Material: Plastic||Max. Pressure: 150 psi CWP|
|Ball Valve Product Group: Manual||Port: Full L|
|Valve Structure: 2-Piece||Handle Material: Glass Filled Polypropylene|
|Features: Integrated Stainless Steel Mounting Inserts||Item: Ball Valve|
|Body Style: 3-Way True Union||Handle Type: Tee|
|Stem Material: Polypropylene||Standards: ASTM 1970-01, ASTM D1784, USP Class VI, FDA|
|Pipe Size: 3/8"||Connection Type: FNPT x FNPT x FNPT|
|Body Material: Polypropylene||Ball Material: Polypropylene|
|Temp. Range: 32 Degrees to 176 Degrees F||Body Seal Material: FPM|
|Max. Steam Pressure: 75 psi WSP||Country of Origin (subject to change): Switzerland|
The reliable ball valve from GF Piping Systems is designed with system control in mind. This top-of-the-line ball valve is equipped with a 2-piece valve structure. It also has a 3-way true union body style and a FNPT x FNPT x FNPT connection. It fits a pipe size of 3/8". The ball valve has a maximum pressure of 150 psi CWP and maximum steam pressure of 75 psi wsp. The temperature range is from 32 degrees to 176 degrees F. The seat is made of PTFE material. The body is made of polypropylene material. It includes a full l port. It has a blowout proof stem made of Polypropylene. Features of this ball valve include: integrated stainless steel mounting inserts. The ball is made of Polypropylene. The handle type is: tee. The handle is made of glass filled polypropylene material. Standards include: ASTM 1970-01, ASTM D1784, USP Class VI, FDA.
Restrictions and Compliance
- *1 : California Proposition 65 : This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- *2 : California Proposition 65 : This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.