Stainless Steel Check Valve
Stainless Steel Check valve
Introduction of Stainless Steel Check Valve
This material is made with a combination of iron, nickel, and chromium. A stainless steel check valve can work in harsh conditions. It has better resistance to leaks, corrosion, high temperatures, high pressures, and generally, lasts longer than other valve materials.
A type of stainless steel, SS 316 or stainless steel 316, is more corrosion-resistant than the other types. It contains more nickel and molybdenum, a material that has a high resistance to chlorides.
Because of its durability and reliability, an SS check valve is widely used in an array of industries. Some of these are oil and gas, water and wastewater treatment, food and beverage, and chemical among others.
|Valve Size||2″–60″, DN50–DN1200|
|Pressure Class||150LB–2500LB, PN16–DN420, JIS10-20K|
|Materials||A105, LF2, F316, F11, F304, F316, F51, F55;|
|Design and Manufacturing Standards||API 6D, API 608, ASME B16.34, ISO 17292, BS5351;|
|Face to Face Standards||ASME B16.10, BS 558, BS12982, ISO 5752;|
|Flange Dimension Standards||ASME B 16.5, ASME B16.47, ASME B16.25, ASME B16.11, BS 12627;|
|Pressure Test Standards||API598, API 6D , BS12569;|
|Fire Safety Test Standards||API 6FA API 607|
|Quality/Product Certifications||ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO18001;|
|Fugitive Emissions||ISO 15848-1, API 622;|
|NACE||NACE MR 0175|
|Valve operator options||Handwhel, Worm Gear, Electric actuator, Pneumatic actuator, Hydraulic Actuator;|
|Shutoff Class||API 598 (Zero Leakage), API 6D;|
|Bore||Full Bore, Reduced Bore|
|Process Connection Types||SW, NPT, BW, RF, RTJ;|