Here we have a wonderful 20” class 300# flanged Angle Valve at our workshop.

This type of industrial valves are used primarily for regulating the flow of fluids (which can be liquids, gases, or slurries) within piping systems.

Flanged angle valves have their inlet and outlet ports at an angle, typically 90 degrees, which helps in altering the flow direction of the fluid without requiring additional piping in the form of elbows. The flanged part refers to the method of connecting the valve to the pipes, using flanges that are bolted together, ensuring a secure and often airtight seal.

This type of valve is used in various applications, including water treatment, power generation, and in industries where high-pressure resistance is necessary. It can handle large flow volumes and is suitable for operations where fluid dynamics require changes in direction, which also helps in reducing the pressure drops across the valve.

The designation “20 inch” refers to the nominal pipe size, indicating the approximate inner diameter of the pipe that the valve is intended to fit. The “class 300#” refers to the pressure rating of the valve, which means it’s rated for pressures up to 300 pounds per square inch (psi) at a certain temperature range, according to American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards.

More info about our angle globe valves at our globe valve section.

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