Brass Socket Gate Valve Industrial Quality

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Your system firmly under control - brass gate valves

Gate valves are used in piping systems to control flow. Unlike a ball valve, you can adjust the flow rate much more precisely. This is used, for example, in heating systems to turn individual parts of the pipeline "open" or "closed" or to control the flow rate.
Thus, the MS sleeve valve offers the possibility to manually adjust your piping system and precisely control the flow volume of your fluid or gas.

Even in environments where you have little space for the installation of the valve, the brass gate valve is the right component and convinces with its stable design with a small footprint. With the red adjusting wheel you can move the shut-off wedge downwards within the component with millimeter precision, thus closing it.

Pipe installation in heating systems - The socket gate valve

Brass gate valves are often used in heating and plumbing systems. They are used for this purpose, for example, to be able to perform maintenance work on your system.
We recommend that you fully open and close the brass valve approximately once every 6-10 months to ensure the functionality of the gate valve.
You open the shut-off valve by turning the adjusting wheel clockwise. To close it, simply turn the wheel counterclockwise. So that you do not have to remember this, the adjusting wheel is labeled with the "open" and "closed" position at the top.

Technical Data

Sizes available from 1/2 inch to 1 1/4 inch
DIN ISO 1/2 - 1 1/4
Inlet liquid and gaseous
Connection variant female thread on both sides (IG x IG)
Pressure rating PN10