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|
|Valve Structure: 2-Piece||Body Style: 3-Way True Union|
|Port: Full L||Valve Basic Body Material: Plastic|
|Seat Material: PTFE||Handle Material: Glass Filled Polypropylene|
|Max. Pressure: 150 psi CWP||Ball Valve Product Group: Manual|
|Features: Integrated Stainless Steel Mounting Inserts||Item: Ball Valve|
|Stem Type: Blowout Proof||Handle Type: Tee|
|Stem Material: Polypropylene||Standards: ASTM 1970-01, ASTM D1784, USP Class VI, FDA|
|Pipe Size: 3/8"||Body Material: Polypropylene|
|Ball Material: Polypropylene||Temp. Range: 32 Degrees to 176 Degrees F|
|Body Seal Material: FPM||Max. Steam Pressure: 75 psi WSP|
|Connection Type: FNPT x FNPT x FNPT||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. The handle type is: tee. The ball is made of Polypropylene. 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 body is made of polypropylene material. It has a blowout proof stem made of Polypropylene. Features of this ball valve include: integrated stainless steel mounting inserts. It includes a full l port. The handle is made of glass filled polypropylene material. The seat is made of PTFE material. The temperature range is from 32 degrees to 176 degrees F. 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.