RS PRO High Pressure Ball Valve Brass 3/8 in BSPP 2 Way

  • RS Stock No. 733-5154
  • Manufacturer RS PRO
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): IT
Product Details

S.84 EN331 Gas & Drinking Water Brass Ball Valve

Legionella is a bacterium that lives and proliferates in natural and artificial aquatic environments at temperatures ranging between 5.7°C and 55°C, and stands up to acidic and alkaline environments. New s.84 maintains certification for use with gas and adds approval for use in drinking water, the specific ball design avoids water stagnation and the spread of bacteria in the system. Applications include, gas, oil, water and drinking water.

Features and Benefits:

Chrome plated brass ball for longer life rinse hole
Silicone-free lubricant on all seals
Travel stops on body to avoid stress at stem
24h 100% seal test guaranteed
Dual sealing system allows valve to be operated in either direction making installation easier
No metal-to-metal moving parts
No maintenance ever required
Handle clearly shows ball position
100% Made in Italy
RoHs Compliant

Typical Applications

Manual quarter turn ball valves are available in various sizes to meet a range of applications. They feature a manual hand lever and can be made from brass, stainless steel and plastic. Ball valves are popular as they are reliable and durable and still close securely over long periods making them suitable for shutoff and control applications.
Applications include:
Heating systems
Water treatment
Gas flow control
Liquid flow control

FAQs

How does a manual ball valve work?
A ball valve is a type of shut off valve that controls the flow of liquids or gases by its rotary ball. The valve is open when the ball’s hole is in line with the flow and closed when the ball is rotated by a quarter turn (90 degrees) by the valve handle.

What is the difference between full bore and reduced bore ball valves?
A full-bore ball valve (also known as full port) has an oversized ball so that the hole in the ball is the same size as the pipeline resulting in lover friction loss. In other words, the bore diameter has the same internal diameter as the pipe. A reduced bore valve has a smaller bore diameter than the internal diameter of the pipework it is on.

Note

Approvals apply to specific configurations only

Approvals

DVGW (Germany)
SVGW (Switzerland)
BSI (UK)
Factory Mutual (USA)
The Australian Gas Association (Australia)
GOST-R , Hygenic and Rostekhnadzor (Russia)
Suruhanjaya Tenaga (Malaysia)
UkrSepro (Ukraine)

Ball Valves 1/4 Turn, Gas Approved

Hot pressed, nickel plated brass ball valves, approved to BG technology standards. Suitable for gas at low pressures (according to the British Gas list) and for the distribution of natural gas, LPG and propane/air or propane/butane mixtures. Maximum Working Pressure (Gas): 20 bar. Working temperature: -20 to 60°C.

Colour-coded yellow handles
All valves to EN 331:1998; BS 21 BSPT taper threads to ISO7/1, BS21

Warning

  • Freezing of the fluid in the installation may severely damage the valve
Specifications
Attribute Value
Attachment Type Threaded
Threaded Connection 3/8 in BSPP
Body Material Brass
Thread Size 3/8in
Safe for Use With Gas
Maximum Working Pressure 40 bar
Connection Size mm 10mm
Connection Size inch 3/8in
Type 2 Way
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