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    3" Manual Angle Seat Valve

    Economical price manual angle seat valve is a fluid control valve designed for reliable operation in various industrial applications. Featuring a durable 304 stainless steel body and 3 inch (DN80) thread port, this angle seat piston valve ensures longevity and resistance to corrosion. A manual handwheel allows you can easily adjust flow rates, making it ideal for precise fluid regulation.
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    Factory price DN80 angle seat valve features a manual handwheel for convenient manual operation, providing users with the flexibility to adjust flow rates as needed. Durable construction and reliable PTFE sealing make it suitable for various media, enhancing efficiency in fluid control systems.


    • Model: ATO-MANGLE-DN80
    • Thread Port Size: 3 inch (DN80)
    • Working Medium: Air, Water, Oil, Gas, Steam
    • Body Material: 304 Stainless Steel
    • Driving Mode: Manual
    • Mode of action: Single Acting
    • Nominal Pressure: 25Mpa
    • Sealing Method: Soft Seal
    • Sealing Material: PTFE
    • Flow Direction: One Way

    Manual Angle Seat Valve Dimension

    Manual angle seat valve dimension

    • G: 3 inch (DN80)
    • L: 210mm

    Tips: Difference between an angle seat valve and a ball valve

    Angle seat valves and ball valves are both types of industrial valves used to control the flow of fluids, but they have distinct differences.

    Angle seat valves have a body with an angled seat and a linearly moving piston or plug. When the valve is actuated, the piston or plug lifts off the seat to allow flow or seals against it to stop flow. They are suitable for a wide range of applications, including controlling steam, air, and aggressive fluids. Angle seat valves offer precise control and can handle high flow rates.

    Ball valves, on the other hand, have a spherical closure element (a ball) with a hole in it. They rotate a quarter turn to open or close the flow passage. Ball valves are known for their fast operation, tight sealing, and minimal pressure drop. They are commonly used in applications where quick shut-off is required, such as in water, gas, or oil systems.

    The key difference is in the design and operation: angle seat valves use a linear motion to control flow, while ball valves use a rotational motion, making them suitable for different purposes.

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