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Serie TRIFLUX


TECHNICAL FEATURES:

Temperature limits:            
for fluids from –15°C to +100°C  
Pressure limits:             
for fluids from 40 bar to 16 bar        

SPECIFIC FEATURES:

Patented lever:    
by lifting the lever, it can be positioned through 360°.
Bore:    semi-reduced (3" reduced).
Stem:    gland security system.
Seats:    high resistance virgin PTFE.
Upper seal: DSS4® Dynamic Sealing System (international patent)  
4 anti-friction self-adjusting cone-shaped seals, in PTFE, with dynamic seals.
Ideal system to ensure long life cycles, high and low pressure.

Application fields:
The TRIFLUX series, 3-way L and T-port ball versions, allows the flow to be diverted in all directions including delivery shut off, applicable to each of the three threaded ends.  
It is recommended for water distribution, industrial and civil heating, water plants at medium pressure, hydraulics and pneumatics, oil and petrochemical fields, non aggressive fluids.
The TRIFLUX valve offers exceptional performances for ball and stem sealing in many applications.

Threaded end connections:
• Standard female according to UNI ISO 7/1 (UNI EN 10226).  

Operation devices:
Aluminium lever.
Available colours: black.

All the valves comply with the regulation  97/23/CE and are tested 100% on pneumatic seal with electronic control.

  DIMENSIONS
VALVE DIMENSIONS PER TYPE AND SIZE
PRESSURE/TEMPERATURE DIAGRAM

 

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