MAXPRO Technologies, Inc. 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
MAXIMATOR 2-Way Ball Valves have ¼” orifices and are capable of safe handling of liquids and gases up to 20,000 psi pressure. Their 90° handle rotation allows for full flow...
MAXIMATOR 3-Way Ball Valves have 3/16” orifices and are capable of safe handling of liquids and gases up to 20,000 psi pressure. Robust one-piece trunnion style stem design eliminates shear...
MAXIMATOR ball check valves prevent reverse flow where bubble tight shutoff is not mandatory. These check valves are designed with a ball cradled floating poppet to assure positive inline seating.
MAXIMATOR o-ring check valves provide high quality directional flow control and tight shutoff for liquids and gases. All check valves are supplied with glands and collars. These check valves are...
MAXIMATOR pipe valves with metal to metal seats have a high level of safety and reliability under adverse operating conditions. These valves may be used both with gases and liquids.