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    1/2" Stainless Steel Wafer Ball Valve

    1/2 inch stainless steel wafer type ball valve with a full port flanged design for easy installation, is used with water heaters, water systems, and sprinkler systems, etc. DN15 SS wafer style ball valve can be equipped with a handle, pneumatic actuator or electric actuator for use, perfect for water, oil and gas control.
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    15mm wafer type ball valve is a type of quarter-turn valve with a full port design that indicates the bore of the ball is larger, minimizing flow restrictions and maximizing flow capacity.


    • Model: ATO-Q41F-(16-64)C-DN15
    • Type: Wafer Type Flanged Ball Valve
    • Port Size: 1/2 inch (DN15)
    • Body Material: Stainless Steel
    • Ball Material: Stainless Steel
    • Stem Material: Stainless Steel
    • Sealing Material: PTFE
    • Gland Packing: PTFE
    • Nominal Pressure: 1.6Mpa
    • Strength Testing Pressure: 2.4Mpa
    • Seat Testing Pressure: 0.6Mpa
    • Applicable Media: Water, Oil, Gas
    • Applicable Temperature: -29℃~150℃

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Stainless steel wafer ball valve dimension

    Size DN L D D1 D2 t C N-φd
    DN15 15 35 95 65 45 2 16 4-M12
    H h W A B R r K
    75 8 140 42 36 3 3 9

    Tips: Difference between wafer ball valve and wafer check valve

    A wafer ball valve and a wafer check valve serve distinct purposes in fluid control systems. A wafer ball valve is primarily designed for on/off control of flow, utilizing a rotating ball to open or close the passage. It offers low resistance to fluid flow when fully open, making it suitable for quick and efficient isolation.

    A wafer check valve is engineered to prevent backflow in pipelines. It features a hinged or spring-loaded disc that allows fluid to flow in one direction while blocking reverse flow. The wafer check valve is often employed to safeguard pumps and other equipment from damage caused by backflow. Unlike the ball valve, the check valve operates automatically, responding to changes in flow direction without manual intervention. In summary, the wafer ball valve is geared towards flow regulation, while the wafer check valve prioritizes preventing backflow in a pipeline.

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