Brass Foot Valve BSP Thread
A brass foot valve is a type of check valve that controls water flow in a plumbing system. The valve is installed at the end of a suction line and contains a strainer and a disc that opens to allow fluid to flow in only one direction when the pump is turned on. A foot valve is often used in irrigation systems to prevent backflow of water.¬† Foot valves are also used in some industrial applications.
To keep the pump primed, a foot valve is used. Foot valves are also intended to protect water pumps from damage. There are times when pumps are not used for an extended period of time, and the dry run can be damaged on the pump. A foot valve must be installed if you want to reduce energy waste with your water pump.
Brass Foot Valve Features
- Logivalve foot valve
- Brass material for long durability
- Wide body for excellent flow
- Suitable for water application used in general, irrigation and rural services
- Threads: BSPP, ISO 228
- Working temperature -20 to 120 Deg C
- Maximum pressure rating 1600 Kpa
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