Check Valve, 8", Single, Inline Double Disc, Cast Iron, Flange x Flange
- Item # 1RXK4
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- Mfr. Model # 0800-125WTIBB-T
- Catalog Page # 2900
- UNSPSC # 40141634
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- Item - Check Valves Check Valve
- Flow Design Single
- Mechanism and Body Design Inline Double Disc
- Body Material - Valves Cast Iron
- Pipe or Tube Size - Check Valves 8"
- Connection Type - Check Valves Flange x Flange
- Cracking Pressure - Check Valves 0.300 to 1.250 psi
- Mounting Orientation - Check Valves Horizontal, Vertical
- Seal Material - Check Valves Buna-N
- Max. Temp. - Valves 300 Degrees F
- Min. Temp. - Valves 60 Degrees F
- Max. Water Pressure - Valves 200 psi @ 250 Degrees F
- Max. Steam Pressure - Valves 200 psi WSP
- Seat Material - Check Valves Buna-N
- Spring Material - Check Valves Stainless Steel
- Flow - Valves 6000 gpm
- Full Flow - Valves Yes
- Application - Valves Process Piping
- Length 11"
- Width 3-3/4"
- Overall Height 11"
- Standards API 598 and FM Approval
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