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    1/2" Brass Vertical Check Valve

    1/2” (DN15) brass check valve is used to control fluid flow in vertical pipelines. The 15mm vertical check valve comes with a threaded connection and working pressure of 1.6Mpa, widely used in various industries and pipeline systems.
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    Good price 1/2 inch brass non-return valve for sale online. It is a 15mm vertical check valve with a threaded connection and working pressure 1.6Mpa, suitable for pipelines, water distribution, irrigation and industrial processes.


    • Model: ATO-T403
    • Nominal Diameter: DN15 (1/2 inch, 15mm)
    • Material: High-Quality Brass
    • Applicable Temperature: -10℃≤t≤120℃
    • Working Pressure: 1.6Mpa
    • Connection Form: Thread
    • Weight: 120g

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    H: 48mm D: 35mm

    Vertical check valve dimension


    1/2 inch vertical NRV valve is commonly used in piping systems to maintain the unidirectional flow of fluids, preventing the reversal of fluid or gas in a pipeline. They find applications in various industries, including water treatment, wastewater management, chemical processing, and oil and gas. 

    Vertical check valve applications

    Tips: What can a vertical check valve do?

    The vertical check valve is a type of one-way valve designed to allow fluid (liquid or gas) to flow in one direction while preventing backflow in the opposite direction. Its primary function is to ensure a unidirectional flow in a pipeline, providing protection against the reversal of fluid in systems. The valve typically consists of a disc or flap mechanism that opens in the direction of forward flow and closes to prevent backflow.

    In practical applications, vertical check valves are commonly used in various fluid systems, such as water supply, wastewater management, irrigation, and industrial processes. They help maintain system efficiency, prevent damage to pumps and other equipment, and ensure the intended direction of fluid movement. Vertical orientation refers to the valve's installation position, with the flow direction typically from the bottom to the top. This design is particularly useful in applications where gravity assists in closing the valve when the flow stops.

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