Techniparts supplies stainless steel ball valves and Brass Ball Valves in various sizes.
The stainless steel valves and brass valves are easy to use in combination with Geka couplings. The shut-off valves have different dimensions in diameter, which means they can be connected to almost any geka coupling system.
The ball valves as above consist of a valve housing containing a ball with a round bore, a spindle with a spindle seal and two seats. When the bore of the ball is aligned with the pipe, the valve is open. By turning the ball a quarter turn through the spindle with a lever or drive, it is closed. We have seats to seal the valve properly so that nothing can flow into the pipe. The spindle and house seals ensure that nothing can escape to the environment.
Because the ball always comes into contact with different substances, a high-quality material must be used for this. This is often stainless steel. At present, just about every ball valve is equipped with an anti-blow-out construction. As a result, substances cannot be pushed out through the valve housing. An anti-static device ensures that no static electricity is diverted
Ball valves can be used for liquids, gases, chemicals, etc. A ball valve is mainly used for opening and closing. Ball valves offer a good price-quality ratio.
Ball valves are used for, among other things: shipping, (petro) chemical and tank storage, oil & gas and utility.
The stainless steel ball valve has a working pressure of 70 bar and can be locked.
The brass ball valve has a full bore and an operating pressure of 25 bar.