Summary:PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride) diaphragm valves are a type of valve that are commonly used in the chemical, pharmaceutic...
PVDF (Polyvinylidene fluoride) diaphragm valves are a type of valve that are commonly used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and food processing industries. These valves are made of PVDF, a high-quality thermoplastic material that offers excellent chemical resistance, high mechanical strength, and resistance to high temperatures.
PVDF diaphragm valves
are designed to control the flow of fluids in a piping system. They are made up of three main components: the valve body, the diaphragm, and the actuator. The valve body is made of PVDF and provides a secure seal around the piping system. The diaphragm is a flexible component that is made of PVDF and is used to control the flow of fluid through the valve. The actuator is used to control the movement of the diaphragm and can be manual, pneumatic, or electric.
One of the main advantages of PVDF diaphragm valves is their excellent chemical resistance. PVDF is resistant to a wide range of chemicals, including acids, alkalis, and solvents. This makes PVDF diaphragm valves ideal for use in chemical processing plants and other industries that deal with corrosive fluids.
Another advantage of PVDF diaphragm valves is their high mechanical strength. PVDF is a tough and durable material that can withstand high pressures and temperatures. This makes PVDF diaphragm valves a reliable choice for applications that require high-pressure or high-temperature fluids.
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