Insertable valve

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Insertable valve

Hydra-Stop has introduced the new 16" IVP 250. This permanent, insertable gate valve is rated for a 250 psi working pressure and a 375 psi test pressure. It offers increased strength, improved performance, and simplified installation and operation. The valve features a 2" diameter stainless steel valve stem for strength and reliability: interchangeable valve gate/paddle system to accommodate most types of pipe; a double o-ring seal; true "wedge" style gate design; thrust washers; reinforced and improved valve gate seal; and loose stem nut design (aluminum bronze) for simplified operation and performance in severe conditions.

Hydra-Stop, a division of ADS LLC
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