Summary:PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a type of fluoropolymer with excellent chemical resistance, high strength, and good th...
PVDF (polyvinylidene fluoride) is a type of fluoropolymer with excellent chemical resistance, high strength, and good thermal stability. It is often used in the manufacturing of diaphragm valves, including weir-flanged diaphragm valves.
Weir flanged diaphragm valves
are named after the weir design of the valve seat. The weir seat is a raised, narrow ridge or crest that allows the valve to create a linear flow of fluid. The flanged design refers to the way the valve connects to the piping system, using bolts to fasten the valve to a flange on the pipe.
Diaphragm valves are used to control the flow of liquids, gases, and slurries in various industries, including chemical processing, water treatment, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. They are known for their ability to handle corrosive and abrasive materials, as well as their ability to seal tightly and prevent leaks.
PVDF weir flanged diaphragm valves are particularly well-suited for use in aggressive chemical environments, as PVDF is resistant to a wide range of chemicals. It is also resistant to UV radiation, making it suitable for outdoor use.
Media: Chemical, acid, water, oil, etc.
Connection: Flanged Diaphragm Valve
Structure: Weir Diaphragm Valve
Standard: DIN, GB, ANSI, JIS
Temperature: Ordinary Temperature
Model NO.: G41F-6S
Pressure: Low Pressure
Flow Direction: Bidirectional
Usage: Flow Control
Standard: DIN, GB, ANSI, BSW, JIS
Transport Package: Carton
HS Code: 8481804090
Function: Intelligent Type/Field Bus
Working temperature: PVDF- ~40ºC- 120ºC