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S-C65VF16

Carbon Steel 3-Piece 60 Series Chlorine Series Ball Valve, Virgin PTFE Seats, 1 in. FNPT

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Body Material Carbon Steel
Connection 1 Size 1 in.
Connection 1 Type Female NPT
Cleaning Process Standard Cleaning and Packaging (SC-10)
Connection 2 Size 1 in.
Connection 2 Type Female NPT
Feature Chlorine Series
Size 1 in. Nominal - 65 Series
UNSPSC (SWG01) 40141607
Ball/Stem Material Alloy 400
Fastener Material Carbon Steel
Flange Seal Material Fluorocarbon FKM
Flow Pattern 2-Way, Shutoff, Straight
Handle Color Black
Handle Style Lever
Lubricant Krytox 240AC Grease
Max Temperature Pressure Rating 250°F @ 300 PSIG /121°C @ 20.6 BAR
Packing Virgin PTFE
Room Temperature Pressure Rating 300 PSIG @ 100°F /20.6 BAR @ 37°C
Seat Material Virgin PTFE
Seat Spring Material Alloy X750
Service Class Chlorine Service
Stem Bearing Material Halar®
Testing API 598 testing according to WS-3
eClass (4.1) 37010401
eClass (6.0) 37-01-04-01
UNSPSC (11.0501) 40141607
UNSPSC (4.03) 40141607
Valve Material Carbon Steel

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