J&O Fluid Control Co., Limited.

Sanitary Ball-type Check Valves

A variety of typical applications where a ball check valve would be found in a sanitary system are water, CIP, raw and finished milk, soft drink, and fruit juice.

Brand:
J&O
Material:
SS304 or SS316L
Connection:
Clamped
Gasket:
PTFE
Working Temperature:
-10 degree to +120 degree (EPDM)
Working Pressure:
0.3 Bar (DN-25), 0.2 Bar (DN-32/40),0.1Bar(DN-50/100)

Sanitary Ball-type Check Valves

  • We can supply Sanitary Clamped One Way Check Valve, Hygienic Butt Weld Check Valve, Sanitary Male Check Valve, Sanitary Union Type Check Valve, Hygienic Flanged Type Non-Return Check Valve.

  • A variety of typical applications where a ball check valve would be found in a sanitary system are water, CIP, raw and finished milk, soft drink, and fruit juice.

  • This style of valve depends on downstream fluid back pressure to seat the ball into the internal inlet area of the valve which prevents reverse flow when there is no inlet fluid or pressu

  • Unlike a disc-type check valve, the advantage of a ball-type check valve is that the fluid flow path is unrestricted. When there is fluid flow, the ball is pushed into the enlarged “Y” portion of the body and out of the way of the fluid stream.

  • This feature reduces the pressure drop created across the valve when the elevated flow rates (i.e. during a CIP cycle to create turbulent flow) are required.

Technical Data

Product Name: Sanitary Ball-type Check Valve
Material: SS304 or SS316L
Standard: 3A, SMS, DIN, RJT, IDF
Size: 1 1/2"-3"
Connection Way: Clamp
Seal Material: PTFE
Surface Finishing: Ra≤0.8
Working Temperature: -10 degree to +120 degree (EPDM)
Opening Pressure: 0.3 Bar (DN-25), 0.2 Bar (DN-32/40),0.1Bar(DN-50/100)
Packing Details: within carton box or plywood case
Applied Industries: Dairy, Cosmetic, Pharmaceutical, Food and Beverage Industries

Product Parameter

Sanitary Ball-type Check Valves

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Sanitary Ball-type Check Valves

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