Carbon Steel Flanged x Flanged Ball Valve, Locking Lever, 2" Pipe Size
- Item# 1PRB8
- Mfr. Model# SV50114M020
- Catalog Page# 2928
- UNSPSC# 40141607
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- Item Ball Valve
- Body Material Carbon Steel
- Body Style Inline
- General Connection Type Flanged
- Valve Structure 2-Piece
- Pipe Size 2"
- Connection Type Flanged x Flanged
- Port Full
- Max. Pressure 285 psi CWP
- Max. Steam Pressure 125 psi WSP
- Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 400 Degrees F
- Ball Material 316 Stainless Steel
- Seat Material TFM(TM)
- Stem Type Self-Adjusting
- Handle Type Locking Lever
- Handle Material 301 Stainless Steel with PVC Grip
- Stem Material 316 Stainless Steel
- Body Seal Material PTFE
- Features 150# Flanged
- Ball Valve Product Group Manual
- Valve Basic Body Material Carbon Steel
- Standards ASME B16.34
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