Needle valve for fine-tuned LPG and NH3 pressure and flow control

A needle valve is a great device to accurately control gas and liquid flow and pressure. By spinning a wheel or handle, you can move the internal plunger (the 'needle') up or down to gradually regulate the flow - from 'off' to maximum. Therefore, needle valves are highly recommended for protecting delicate gauges in pipework from damage caused by pressure surges. Needle valves are mainly used in low-pressure gas and liquid systems and where throttle service is needed.

Product description

What is a needle valve? A needle valve is similar to a shut-off valve and differs only in flow direction and its enhanced control of flow and pressure. You can regulate a needle valve manually or automatically by using a variety of actuators and thereby compensating for the changes in differential pressure.

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Body: Brass, steel, stainless steel

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Gas types: LPG (Propane, Butane), NH3 (Ammonia, Anhydrous Ammonia), CNG, NG (Natural Gas), cryogenics, CO2, Biogas, LNG, industrial gasses, Hydrogen, BioLPG 
Connections: Thread
Types: NPT, BSP
Pressure range: 140 bar (2030 psi)
Temperature range: -40˚C to +165˚C (-40˚F to +329˚F)
Sizes and range: 1/4" to ½"
Series: CFF
Standards: CE, EAC

*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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  • Compact and easily installable design
  • Internal stop prevents the needle valve stem from being unintentionally detached from body
  • Precise metering and leak-free shut-off
  • Body in rugged forged brass permits higher pressure endurance
  • Handwheel in unbreakable brass
  • Equipped with panel mounting
  • Female ports available on request
  • Cleaned for oxygen service (CGA G-4.1.) 
  • Available in brass and steel

Did you know?

Excessive torque when closing a needle valve can cause damage to the stem tip - special care is advised!

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