High pressure needle valve

Update Date:2016-06-03     Pageviews:1071

Description

High pressure needle valve

overview

The Kp-lok high pressure needle valve Fig N.NVFF1111E1022 is a heavy duty, high pressure needle valve that features an industrial strength stem and bonnet and enhanced packing arrangement all designed to handle the tough conditions of high pressure service.

Features

Kp-lok high pressure needle valves are designed for liquid and gas flow control. Available in a variety of body styles, the valves are designed for manual operation in temperatures ranging from -100°F to 600°F (-73°C to 315°C). Optional packings and/or extended stuffing boxes increase the range from -423°F to 1,200°F (-253°C to 648°C). Rugged construction provides assurance of fail-safe operation at pressures up to 150,000 PSI (10,340 bar).

With a multitude of configurations available, you will find a model to meet your varying needs. The high pressure Series is produced in 1/8", 1/4", 3/8" 1/2" NPT ends and 1/4", 3/8" and 9/16" cone and threaded ends. Other high pressure connections are available upon request. For corrosive or other volatile applications, the Series can be specified in a variety of materials including SS316,Titanium, Hastelloy and Inconel.

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