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Ductile iron resilient seat Rising Stem gate valve DN50-DN600,PN10,PN16

Design Standard:BS5163,DIN3352

Face to face dimensions: BS5163,DIN3202 F4,F5

Flange:BS4504 PN10,PN16,PN25

Each valve be tested according to test standard: BS5163,DIN3230

Work Temperature: 0-80°C

Working Pressure:PN10,PN16



Body: Ductile Iron(GGGG50)

Bonnet: Ductile Iron(GGGG50)

Wedge:Ductile iron coated by NBR or EPDM


Stem nut:Ductile iron(GGGG50)

Gland:Ductile iron(GGGG50)

O ring:NBR


Bonnet Bolts:Steel 8.8+Wax

Handwheel:Cast Iron(GG25) or Ductile iron(GGG50),or steel

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Ductile iron resilient seated rising stem gate valve 

A flanged resilient seated rising stem gate valve typically includes the following features:

  • Material: Ductile iron body, stainless steel shaft and stem,

  • Standard: Complies with BS EN1074,BS EN1171 

  • Flange Drill: Compatible with BS EN1092-2 PN10,PN16

  • Working Pressure: PN10,PN16,PN25

  • Working Temperature: 0-80℃

  • Size Available: Common sizes range from 2” up to 24”.

  • Application: Ideal for wastewater, water treatment, and fire industries.

The valve features an outside stem and yoke, operates clockwise to close, and has silicone-filled bolt holes to prevent water pooling and corrosion. It also includes double shaft seals and twin lip seals to prevent ingress and egress of media and foreign material.

What are the key differences between rising and non-rising stem gate valves?

The key differences between rising stem and non-rising stem gate valves include:

These differences should be considered when selecting a gate valve for a specific application to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

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