Carbon Steel FNPT x FNPT Ball Valve, Latching Lockout, 1-1/2" Pipe Size
- Item # 1AWU8
- Mfr. Model # VAE2.A00P 1 1/2
- Catalog Page # 2929
- UNSPSC # 40141607
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- Item Ball Valve
- Body Material Carbon Steel
- Body Style Inline
- General Connection Type Female NPT
- Valve Structure 2-Piece
- Pipe Size 1-1/2"
- Connection Type FNPT x FNPT
- Port Full
- Max. Pressure 4600 psi CWP
- Temp. Range -20 Degrees to 175 Degrees F
- Ball Material Chrome Plated Carbon Steel
- Seat Material Delrin(R)
- Stem Type Blowout Proof
- Handle Type Latching Lockout
- Handle Material Steel
- Stem Material Zinc Plated Steel
- Features Designed for high pressure flow control processes in agricultural, manufacturing, hydraulic, petroleum, petrochemical, gas production, pipeline and crude oil applications. External phosphate coated body provides superior corrosion resistance. Repairable, cast body design.
- Ball Valve Product Group Manual
- Valve Basic Body Material Carbon Steel
- Standards RoHS Compliant
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