Factory price 2 inch (DN50) brass foot valve for sale online. It can be installed in the bottom of vertical pipes or wells to control the flow of water, oil or other fluids. High quality well foot valve is usually used in agricultural irrigation, industrial and commercial water supply and water treatment system.
- Model: ATO-SS6060
- Size: 2 inch (DN50, 50mm)
- Main Material: Brass Valve Body/Stainless Mesh Filter/Plastic Valve Core
- Drive Mode: Hydraulic Control
- Connection Form: Internal Thread
- Thread Standard: ISO228
- Shape: Lifting
- Operating Temperature: -20°C≤T≤100°C
- Nominal Pressure: 1.6Mpa
- Working Medium: Water, Oil
Note: Although the foot valve is equipped with an anti-clogging filter, it is generally suitable for clean media, not for media with high viscosity and large particle sizes.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
L: 132mm D: 74mm Weight: 495g
The foot valve has the advantages of small friction resistance, long service life, energy saving, easy installation, use and maintenance, etc., widely used in water pump supporting facilities in petrochemical, chemical, textile, printing and dyeing, metallurgy, mining, drainage and irrigation and other industries.
Tips: How to maintain a brass foot valve?
Proper maintenance of a brass foot valve can help ensure optimal performance and prevent premature failure. Here are some general steps you can take to maintain a brass foot valve:
- Inspect the valve periodically: Regularly inspect the valve for signs of wear and tear, corrosion, leaks, or damage.
- Look for any buildup of debris or sediment on the strainer or screen.
- Clean the valve: If you notice any buildup or clogs on the strainer or screen, remove and clean it. You can use a soft-bristled brush and a mild detergent solution to clean the strainer. Rinse it thoroughly and allow it to dry completely before reinstalling it.
- Check the seals: Check the seals and gaskets for signs of wear or damage. If the seals are damaged or worn, replace them.
- Lubricate moving parts: If your valve has any moving parts, such as the lever or hinge, lubricate them with a silicone-based lubricant to prevent sticking or seizing.
- Test the valve: Periodically test the valve by closing it and opening it again to ensure it is functioning properly. You can also test the backflow prevention feature by attaching a hose to the valve and running water through it.
- Replace the valve when necessary: If you notice any significant damage, wear, or corrosion on the valve, it may need to be replaced. Consult the manufacturer's recommendations for the recommended replacement schedule.
Overall, regular inspection and cleaning of the valve, as well as prompt repair or replacement of any damaged or worn components, can help ensure the long-term reliability and performance of a brass foot valve.