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  • Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
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      Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

      316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

      CF8M Stainless Steel is similar to 316 Stainless Steel, but is cast rather than wrought. It is slightly magnetic due to its ferrite content.

      Alloy 20 Stainless Steel is designed for use in applications involving sulfuric acid. It is corrosion resistant and ideal for use in chemical, food, and pharmaceutical industries.

      Multiple product options available

  • Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
    • Multiple product options available

      An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

      Multiple product options available

  • Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
    • Multiple product options available

      An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

      Multiple product options available

  • Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
    • Multiple product options available

      An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

      Multiple product options available

  • Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
    • Multiple product options available

      Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

      316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

      CF8M Stainless Steel is similar to 316 Stainless Steel, but is cast rather than wrought. It is slightly magnetic due to its ferrite content.

      Multiple product options available

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