The provided 1/2” (DN15) foot valve is a plastic check valve used in fluid handling applications to prevent backflow and maintain fluid pressure. UPVC non-return valve, flange connection, 16kg nominal pressure, used in irrigation, water supply and other applications.
- Model: ATO-H42F-10S
- Port Size: 1/2 inch, DN15
- Nominal Pressure: 16kg
- Type: Foot Valve
- Body Material: UPVC
- Connection Form: Flange
- Weight: 0.5kg
- Suitable Medium: Water
- The foot valve is mainly used in pumps and other mechanical equipment for slurry treatment. It is usually installed at the bottom of the pump's underwater suction pipe to limit the return of the liquid in the pump pipe to the water source.
- There are many water inlets and ribs on the foot valve cover, equipped with a screen to prevent impurities from flowing in and reduce clogging.
With good sealing performance, small pressure loss and strong hydraulic performance, the
- UPVC foot valve is an ideal water pump supporting facility for petrochemical, chemical, textile, printing and dyeing, metallurgy, mining, drainage, irrigation industries, etc.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
Foot valve is a type of valve that is used in pumping systems to prevent the backflow of fluids. UPVC foot valve is used in various applications such as irrigation, water supply, and other fluid handling systems where backflow prevention is necessary.
Tips: What is a UPVC foot valve?
A UPVC foot valve is a type of foot valve that is made from Unplasticized Polyvinyl Chloride (UPVC), a rigid and durable plastic material that is resistant to chemicals and corrosion. Foot valves are check valves that are installed at the end of a suction line in a pumping system to prevent the backflow of fluids. The UPVC foot valve is designed to allow fluid to flow into the pump from the source while preventing any backflow of fluid or debris from entering the system. It has a built-in strainer or filter that prevents large particles from entering the pump and damaging its impeller or other components.
UPVC foot valves are commonly used in applications such as water supply, irrigation, and other fluid-handling systems where backflow prevention is necessary. They are preferred over metal valves in certain applications because they are lighter in weight, cost-effective, and offer resistance to chemicals and corrosion.