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SS‑44S High Pressure Needle Valve, Stainless Control Water

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SS‑44S High Pressure Needle Valve, Stainless Control Water

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Product description

Color:Ф3/8

Feature:

1. Selected High‑Quality Stainless Steel 304 Materials, The Inspection Indicators Are In Line With The Standard.
2. Strong Connection, High Pressure Resistance, Tightness And Repeatable Installation.
3. The Product Is Easy To Install And Maintain, And It Is Safe And Reliable To Work.
4. The Stainless Steel Needle Valve Is And Bright Inside, And The Ruler Can Be Controlled Accurately.
5. The Surface Of The Joint Is Finely Ground By A Special Process, And The Hand Feels Smooth And Delicate.


Spec:

Item Type:amp;Nbsp;304 Stainless Steel Valve

Material: 304 Stainless Steel
Use: Energy Saving And Environmental Protection Industry, Automobile And Shipbuilding Industry, Petrochemical Industry, Engineering And Construction Industry, Food Processing Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry
Working Pressure: About 930Psi (6.4Mpa)
Applicable Temperature: Up To About 70℃
Connection Method: Double Card Set Connection
Applicable Medium: Oil, Water, And Other NonCorrosive Or Corrosive Media

Thread Specifications Other Names External Thread Size(Approx.) Internal Thread Size(Approx.) Error amp;Nbsp;1/8 amp;Nbsp;Dn6 9.5Mm / 0.4In 8.8Mm / 0.3In amp;Nbsp;0.3Mm amp;Nbsp;1/4 amp;Nbsp;Dn8 12.5Mm / 0.5In 11.5Mm / 0.5In amp;Nbsp;0.3Mm amp;Nbsp;3/8 amp;Nbsp;Dn10 16.2Mm / 0.6In 15.3Mm / 0.6In amp;Nbsp;0.3Mm amp;Nbsp;1/2 amp;Nbsp;Dn15 20.3Mm / 0.8In 19.5Mm / 0.8In amp;Nbsp;0.3Mm


Package List:

1 Xamp;Nbsp;304 Stainless Steel Valve

SS‑44S High Pressure Needle Valve, Stainless Control Water

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