8 inch (DN200) foot valve for sale online. Equipped with UPVC materials, good sealing and good hydraulic performance, the plastic check valve is ideal for pumps in petrochemical, chemical, textile, printing and dyeing, metallurgy, mining, drainage and irrigation industries facilities.
- Model: ATO-H42F-10S
- Port Size: 8 inch, DN200
- Nominal Pressure: 10kg
- Type: Foot Valve
- Body Material: UPVC
- Connection Form: Flange
- Weight: 11kg
- Suitable Medium: Water
- The foot valve is mainly used in pumps and other mechanical equipment for slurry treatment. It is usually installed at the bottom of the pump's underwater suction pipe to limit the return of the liquid in the pump pipe to the water source.
- There are many water inlets and ribs on the foot valve cover, equipped with a screen to prevent impurities from flowing in and reduce clogging.
With good sealing performance, small pressure loss and strong hydraulic performance, the
- UPVC foot valve is an ideal water pump supporting facility for petrochemical, chemical, textile, printing and dyeing, metallurgy, mining, drainage, irrigation industries, etc.
Dimension (Unit: mm)
Foot valve is a type of valve that is used in pumping systems to prevent the backflow of fluids. UPVC foot valve is used in various applications such as irrigation, water supply, and other fluid handling systems where backflow prevention is necessary.
Tips: How to maintain the UPVC foot valve?
Proper maintenance of the UPVC foot valve is essential to ensure its optimum performance, longevity, and reliability in a fluid handling system. Here are some tips for maintaining the UPVC foot valve:
- Regular cleaning: The valve should be regularly cleaned to remove any debris or foreign material that may cause clogging or damage to the valve. This can be done using a soft-bristled brush or a cloth.
- Lubrication: The valve may need to be lubricated periodically to ensure smooth operation and prevent wear and tear. However, it is important to use a lubricant that is compatible with UPVC material.
- Inspection: The valve should be regularly inspected for any signs of wear, damage, or leakage. If any issues are found, they should be addressed promptly to prevent further damage to the valve or the pipeline.
- Replace damaged parts: If any parts of the valve, such as the seals or gaskets, are damaged or worn out, they should be replaced as soon as possible to ensure the proper functioning of the valve.
- Check compatibility: When using chemicals or fluids with the valve, make sure they are compatible with UPVC material to avoid corrosion or damage.
By following these maintenance tips, the UPVC foot valve can be kept in good condition and operate effectively for a long time.