Product description

The excess flow functionality of the internal valve shuts off flow automatically if there are large changes in pressure. The ball valve feature allows for manual shut-off by a lever whereas remote control is possible using other actuators. The internal installation increases safety dramatically by avoiding the shearing of the valve in terms of mechanical impact.

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Material

Body: Ductile iron, cast steel
Operating lever: Cadmium plated steel
Stems: Stainless steel
Spring: Stainless steel
Seats: Resilient synthetic rubber
Shaft bearing: Nylon
Piston: Aluminium
Screen: Stainless steel
Cylinder: Stainless steel

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Specifications

Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane), NH3 (Ammonia, Anhydrous Ammonia)
Connections: Thread, flange
Type: ANSI, NPT
Pressure range: 51 bar (739.6 psi)
Flow rate (closing):
LPG: 189 to 2271 lpm (50 to 600 gpm)
NH3: 170 to 2044 lpm (45 to 540 gpm)
Temperature range: -40˚C to +165˚C (-40˚F to +329˚F)
Sizes and range: 1/1/4" to 4" 
Series: A3209D, A3209DT, A3211D, A3217A, A3217DA, A3219, A3212 and A3213D Series
Standards: UL listed, CE-PED, CE-TPED

*Materials and specifications are subject to generalisation. Our experienced people are ready to help you find the correct fit for your application. 

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Features

  • Can be installed in full and half coupling
  • Built-in excess flow valve and ball valve
  • Maximum flow provider
  • Gas tight seal
  • Easy and quick installation
  • Spring-loaded or automatic types available

Did you know?

Internal valves have many accessories. Let us help you define the most suitable kit for your application

The valves can be actuated manually, pneumatically or electrically

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    Ball valves

    Operated by a simple 90˚ turn of a lever, ball valves can either fully permit or restrict flow. They are simple and fast acting valves for on/off operations.

    See our Ball valves

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    Excess flow valves (flanged)

    Normally open and bi-directional, these valves will shut the flow if the rate of flow exceeds an expected rate, until the pressure is close to equalised.

    See our flanged excess flow valves

  • Photos of Threaded Excess Flow Valves

    Excess flow valves (threaded)

    A threaded excess flow valve is a bi-directional valve that shuts off flow in one direction if it exceeds a predetermined value. Its bleed-off feature assists in pressure equalisation.

    See our Threaded excess flow valves

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