This G5" brass gate valve, often called a shut-off valve, is suitable for water or other neutral liquid media from 0-10 bar and temperatures between 1°C and 80°C. It has an orifice of 117 mm. By simply turning the steel hand wheel, you can allow 100% of the flow or completely shut it off. Maintenance free and very reliable.
This manual gate valve offers a reliable solution to control the on/off operation of the flow. The brass body and EPDM seal makes this shut-off valve durable and ready for a long-service life. This G5" gate valve is suitable for temperatures between 1-80°C with a pressure range of 0-10 bar. It is simply used by turning the (non-rising) hand wheel to lift the wedge (also called disc or sleeve). When the wedge is lifted, a straight flow path is created with no obstruction. This leads to a very low pressure drop and it offers the possibility to clean the pipe with a pigging system. Another advantage of this gate valve is the very short construction length of 105 mm. The total height is 300 mm, and the steel hand wheel has a diameter of 140 mm to easily generate the needed lifting/closing torque. Gate valves are also known as sluice valves and they're often used as a shut-off valve. Generally, they are either left open or closed for an extended period of time rather than throttling flow. It can handle water or other neutral liquid media.
The GL2BM series are reliable and durable manually operated gate valves meant for 100% on or off applications. They are often used for shut-off valves for water or other neutral liquid media. The valves have a brass housing, EPDM spindle seal, metallic slider seal, and a steel hand wheel to ensure they last for millions of cycles. Their available thread size is from G3/8" up to G6" with a diameter range of 13 mm to 143 mm. They are compact for their diameter size, with a construction length between 33-103 mm, (non-rising) height between 67-360 mm, and a handle diameter between 45-170 mm. Due to the materials, GL2BM gate valves withstand temperatures from 1°C to 80°C and a pressure of 10 bar or 20 bar depending on size. They require multiple turns to open/close, which helps prevent a water hammer.