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    3-Piece Full Bore Ball Valve Investment Cast Figure 106A - AISI 316 Stainless Steel Figure 106C - WCB Carbon Steel

    Features

    • Pressure rating 1000 psi non-shock for water, oil and gas • Temperature range -29°C to 232°C • Glass reinforced P.T.F.E. seats, P.T.F.E. steam seal • Stainless steel handle, plastic insulated • High Strength body bolts • Blow-out proof stem • Adjustable packing gland

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    3-Piece Full Bore Ball Valve Investment Cast Figure 109A - Stainless Steel Figure 109C - Carbon Steel Flanged end Pieces - DIN 3202 F1

    Features

    • Pressure rating 1000 psi non-shock for water, oil and gas • Temperature range -29°C to 232°C • Glass reinforced P.T.F.E. seats, P.T.F.E. steam seal • Stainless steel handle, plastic insulated • High Strength body bolts • Blow-out proof stem • Adjustable packing gland

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    Stainless Steel reduced bore, 1000 WOG screwed ends

    Features

    • Pressure rating 1000 psi non-shock for water, oil and gas • Temperature range 0°C to 204.4°C (0°F - 400°F) • Glass reinforced P.T.F.E. seals and seats • Stainless steel handle, plastic insulated • 100% factory tested air underwater in open and closed position • Female/female thread - BSP.T, BSP.P, NPT • Can be applied in Chemical and Petrochemical Industries, ood Industries, Pharmaceutical Industries, Steam Power Plant.

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    Threaded connection

    Features

    • 3-piece ball valve with full or reduced bore • Floating ball, antistatic, lockable • Double tightness in both directions • Modular system components

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    Level Gauges

    Bi-colour level gauges are a variation of transparent level gauges and are mainly used to measure very high-pressure water steam. These gauges feature two flat transparent glasses which, together with the gauge body, form the chamber containing the medium. A special red and green illuminator is mounted on the rear side of the gauge body to obtain a double lighting system. • Red light for the steam • Green light for the liquid

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    Ring Cutting Machine Type MK III

    Introduction

    The Klinger MKlll Ring Cutting Machine is an ideal tool for cutting circular gaskets. Clean, accurate cuts can be produced with minimum time, effort and operator training.

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    Gasket

    All KLINGER soft gaskets, from the Klingersil to the Top Chem lines, up to our last innovation Quantum (also available with the FDA approval), are reliable solutions for every industrial application. KLINGER continues to experience great success for the resistance of its elastomer-reinforced sealing materials.

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    Gauge Glasses

    The quality of a sight (gauge) glass depends mainly on the chemical composition and mechanical strength of the glass material. Constant glass quality is provided through glass analyses and acid/alkali tests. The mechanical strength is attained through thermal pre-stressing.

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    Piston Valve

    Features

    • Straight-through piston valve • Sealing via two elastic KX-GT valve rings • Excellent control characteristics • Fire Safe • Special regulating design available (KVRKN)

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    Piston Valve

    Features

    • Piston valve with bore • Sealing via two elastic KX-GT valve rings • Excellent control characteristics • Fire Safe • Special regulating design available (KVRLN)

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    Piston Valve

    Features

    • Piston valve with bore • Pressure-balanced design • Sealing via three elastic KX-GT valve rings • Excellent control characteristics • Fire Safe • Special regulating design available (KVRLN)

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    Level Gauges

    Reflex level gauges allow the medium to be viewed through a reflex glass: the side of the glass which is exposed to the medium has a prismatic surface, while the other side is smooth. The medium level inside the level gauge is indicated as the result of the light refraction principle, since the liquid filled area completely absorbs the rays of light and appears dark, whereas the rays of light are totally reflected in the gas/air filled area which appears bright.

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