Haskel International LLC Datasheets for Gas Valves

Gas valves are used to handle and control the flow of gaseous media such as liquefied petroleum and natural gas. They are made of metal or plastic and vary in terms of valve size, pressure rating, number of ports, and flow.
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Product Name Notes
Ball Valves 2-way to 5-way designs with pressures to 20,000 psi (1,380 bar) at 72°F (22°C). Special materials available for extreme applications.
Needle Valves, Tube Coned and threaded, fail safe operation at pressures to 150,000 psi (10,340 bar) and temperatures from -423° to +1200°F (-253° to +648°C).
Relief Valves Featuring a repeatable pressure release design for pressures up to 20,000 psi (1,380 bar).
100,000 psi Valves For use in high-pressure fluid and gas systems to pressures up to 100,000 psi (6,900 bar).
Subsea Valves Long-life, maintenance free valves meet performance, safety and reliability expectations in the deepest water and the harshest offshore environments.
Needle Valves, Pipe Manual operation at pressures to 15,000 psi (10,340 bar), in temperatures ranging -423° to +1200°F (-253° to +648°C). 1/8″ to 1″ ANPT pipe.
Check Valves Rugged construction provides assurance of fail-safe operation at pressures up to 100,000 psi (6,900 bar). For operation in temperatures ranging from 0° to 600°F (-18° to 315°C).
Double Block and Bleed Valves Space-saving valves eliminate the need for large complicated multi-valve systems.