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Steam Ball Valves

 - Sealing system decides a ball valve’s quality

The sealing element is the heart of a valve. If a valve can reliably fulfil the shut off or controlling functions is determined by the seal.

Who or whatever controls the sealing element, controls safety.

 Klinger is the only manufacturer in the world who offers both - valves and gaskets. It is obvious that over a hundred years of experience in sealing technology has led to a natural advantage in competition. You are just about to see a part of it. Here we show you the main differences of the Klinger sealing element. On the next pages we explain how these advantages take effect on the entire valve concept.

KLINGER steam ball valves is made of Carbon Steel, (Stainless Steel also available).
** We had to emphasis the important of the built-in strainer for a thermodynamic steam traps. Due to the metal to metal hard contact between the valve disc & seat, any steam trap without strainer will lead to extremely short service live!!  

Material  : C.Steel (WCB)
Model     : 106C                                

Material  : S.Steel  (A351 CF8M)
Model     : 106A

PTFE Steam Seat, (+25% Carbon / 20% Glass Fibres)

Pressure Rating : PN40 / Class150/ Class300

Max. operating pressure, PMO         : 28 Barg

Max. allowable temperature, TMA    : 232 °C

3-pcs body design.

Size : 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1 1/4", 1 1/2", 2", 2 1/2", 3", 4"

Connection  : Screwed NPT or  BSP (ISO 228/1)
                    : Socket Welded
                    : Butt Welded
                    : Flanged DIN PN16, PN40
                    : Flanged ASME150, ASME300