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    2" Brass Vertical Check Valve

    Buy 2 inch (DN40) brass vertical check valve online. It allows fluid flow in one direction while preventing backflow in the opposite direction. High quality non-return valve is specially used in applications including piping, water distribution, irrigation and industrial processes.
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    2" (DN40) brass check valve is used for controlling fluid flow in vertical pipelines. This 15 mm vertical check valve comes with a threaded connection and working pressure of 1.6Mpa, widely used in various industries and pipeline systems.


    • Model: ATO-T403
    • Nominal Diameter: DN50 (2 inch, 50mm)
    • Material: High-Quality Brass
    • Applicable Temperature: -10℃≤t≤120℃
    • Working Pressure: 1.6Mpa
    • Connection Form: Thread
    • Weight: 900g

    Dimension (Unit: mm)

    H: 73.5mm D: 82.5mm

    Vertical check valve dimension


    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: Are brass check valves suitable for water?

    Yes, brass check valves are commonly used in water systems and are generally suitable for water applications. Brass is a popular material for check valves due to its corrosion resistance and durability. These valves are employed in various water-related systems, including plumbing, water distribution networks, and irrigation.

    Brass check valves work by allowing water to flow in one direction while preventing backflow in the opposite direction. The swinging or spring-loaded disc mechanism within the valve opens when water flows in the correct direction and closes to block reverse flow.

    However, it's essential to consider a few factors. First, ensure that the specific brass alloy used in the check valve is suitable for contact with potable water. Additionally, some brass formulations may contain lead, which can be a concern for drinking water. To address this, many brass check valves are designed to comply with regulations and standards for potable water applications, and they are often lead-free.

    Always check product specifications and certifications to confirm that the brass check valve meets the necessary standards for use in water systems, especially those involving potable water supplies.

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