Stainless Steel Extended Rod Flange Ball Valve is a valve used in pipeline systems, usually used to control the flow or stop of fluids. The lengthened valve stem is mainly for the convenience of opening and closing. It is also lengthened so as not to affect the design of the insulation layer of the valve pipeline. It is also partly used to isolate the temperature transfer generated by high and low temperature media, so that it is not affected by the temperature when manually opening and closing.
Stainless Steel Extended Rod Flange Ball Valve
- Stainless steel material: The main construction material of this ball valve is stainless steel, usually because stainless steel has strong resistance to corrosion and oxidation, and is suitable for a variety of industrial and chemical environments.
- Extension Rod: An extension rod is often a feature of ball valves that allows the operator to easily open or close the valve, even if the valve is located in a deeply buried or hard-to-reach location. This is accomplished by separating the valve’s handle or operating device from the valve body and extending the connecting rod.
- Flange connection: Flange is a common method used to connect valves and pipes. The flange ball valve has a flange connection, which means it can connect the valve to the pipe flange through bolts to ensure a tight and secure connection.
- Ball valve principle: The working principle of a ball valve is to control the flow of fluid by rotating a ball. When the ball rotates, it can fully open or close the channel, or partially open it in the middle position, thereby regulating the fluid. This makes ball valves very useful in applications where fluid flow needs to be shut off quickly.
Stainless steel extended stem flange ball valves are commonly used in environments requiring a high degree of corrosion resistance and reliability, such as the chemical, oil and gas industries. Their design makes them suitable for a wide range of pipe diameters and pressure requirements and can be customized to meet the needs of specific applications.