Stainless steel butterfly valve

Victaulic's Series 461 stainless steel butterfly is designed for the HVAC and portable water markets and is rated for cold and hot potable water service.

05/15/2014


Victaulic's Series 461 stainless steel butterfly is designed for the HVAC and portable water markets and is rated for cold and hot portable water service. Courtesy: VictaulicVictaulic's Vic-300 MasterSeal butterfly valve line comes with a stainless steel option. The Series 461 stainless steel butterfly is designed for the HVAC and potable water markets. The Series 461 valve is NSF 61/372 approved to meet the new low-lead requirements, and is rated for cold and hot potable water service. Series 461 valves are designed for pressures ranging from full vacuum to 300 psi and for bi-directional, dead-end services to full working pressure. The stainless steel valve features a patented seat design, made popular by the Victaulic Series 761 butterfly valve, which assures full 360-deg sealing. The valves are available in 3- to 8-in. sizes.

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