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PVC Imperial Threaded Double Union Laboratory Ball Valve

PVC Imperial Threaded Double Union Laboratory Ball Valve

epco PVC Threaded Double Union Laboratory Ball Valve is made from the material unplasticised polyvinyl chloride and come in sizes 1/4” n.b. to 3/8” n.b.

This valve is small diameter and compact for use in a laboratory settings, it is available with a standard threaded and a stainless steel reinforced threaded end.  

In order to connect this correctly ensure you read the assembly and joining procedure guidelines in our technical information and use the correct PTFE thread seal tape in order to bond the valve to pipe and fittings, these can be found in our accessories range.

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Product Code Description and Size Dimensions (mm)
021.983.00 1/4" PVC LABORATORY BALL VALVE
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021.983.01 3/8" PVC LABORATORY BALL VALVE
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  • Description
Description

Our PVC Imperial valve range is made from the material unplasticised polyvinyl chloride and subject to the system pressure, has a working temperature of +5°C to +60°C.

epco has one of the largest PVC manual valve ranges in the UK, with all PVC valves within our range being manufactured to the highest quality, being fully matched for compatibility and manufactured in accordance with the standard: EN 1452-3. 

Our PVC Imperial manual valve products are available in sizes from 1/4” n.b. to 24” n.b. and subject to availability can generally be despatched from stock on a next day delivery service for orders placed before 5pm.

PVC is a lightweight pipe material which offers easy installation, a long service life and durability.

Where applicable pressure rating information can be found in the product details of each individual valve alongside size and dimensions. 

Please contact us on 0113 2491155 or sales@epco-plastics.com for prices and more information.

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