Valves And Manifolds Handle Natural Gas Transmission
Parker Hannifin has released a new series of hand valves and two-, three-, and five-valve manifolds in carbon steel. The models are suited for natural gas transmission lines, as well as other chemical/petrochemical and power industrial instrumentation applications that don't require the extreme performance of stainless steel.
Designed to work with the company’s A-LOK and CPI fittings, as well as other manufacturers' products, Parker Hannifin’s new carbon steel hand valves and manifolds are pressure-rated up to 6,000 psig (414 bar) to provide system flexibility when selecting process valves for a variety of applications.
An external adjustable gland allows for full adjustment of the stem packing without removal of the valve from the system. Handles are color-coded to quickly and easily identify valve functions—including test/drain, equalize, and isolate—thereby avoiding errors and increasing safety.