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Metering Ball Valve Type 523

GF Piping Systems has introduced the new Metering Ball Valve Type 523, completing the company's 5-Series Generation of Ball Valves. The new series incorporates a number of unique features that include improved flow control, easy actuation, new scale and display, and large material range for application versatility. Further, the 523's design makes it especially suitable for metering tiny media quantities and sampling. The series is also available in a variety of materials including PVC, polypropylene (PROGEF Standard) and PVDF Standard (CPVC and ABS are available on request) in 3/8" and 1/2" sizes. The valve can be easily actuated with GF Piping Systems EA21 Actuator and positioner to fully automate the user's flow control system.

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