Brass Sweat x Sweat Ball Valve, Lever, 1/2" Pipe Size
- Item # 447N33
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # 20061LF
- Catalog Page # N/A
- UNSPSC # 40141607
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- Item Ball Valve
- Body Material Brass
- Body Style Inline
- General Connection Type Sweat
- Valve Structure 2-Piece
- Pipe Size 1/2"
- Tube Size 5/8"
- Connection Type Sweat x Sweat
- Port Full
- Max. Pressure 150 psi CWP
- Max. Steam Pressure 150 psi WSP
- Temp. Range Up to 200 Degrees F
- Ball Material Brass
- Seat Material PTFE
- Stem Type Blowout Proof
- Handle Type Lever
- Handle Material Steel with Vinyl Grip
- Stem Material Brass
- Body Seal Material Buna-N
- Hose I.D. 1/2"
- Features Heavy Duty
- Ball Valve Product Group Manual
- Valve Basic Body Material Brass
- Standards AB 1953, CSA, cUPC, NSF
Compliance and Restrictions
This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).
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