Cast iron angle marine SDNR valve JIS F7354 5K

Standard Materials
body fc200
bonnet fc200
seat bc6/sus420
disc bc6/sus420
stem c3771bd or be/sus420
gland bc6
gasket non-asbestos






    Description

    Introducing the Cast Iron Angle Marine SDNR Valve JIS F7354 5K – a premium product that combines quality, durability, and advanced functionality to meet the rigorous demands of marine applications.

    Crafted from sturdy cast iron, this marine SDNR valve is designed to resist wear and corrosion effectively. Its ability to endure harsh maritime environments ensures longevity and consistent performance, making it an essential tool for your marine operations.

    The angle design of this valve provides superior control over fluid flow, reducing pressure drop, and facilitating precise regulation. It’s truly a perfect fit for applications that require accurate fluid control.

    Cast iron angle marine SDNR valve has been awarded with CCS, ABS, DNV GL, LR, BV, NK, KR, and RS certificates for superior quality and reliability. Rest assured that our products meet the highest industry standards.

    • Durable construction – The body and bonnet of our valve are made from FC200 cast iron for maximum strength and durability. The seat, disc, and gland materials are also carefully selected – BC6 or SUS420 for optimal performance.
    • Perfect for marine applications – Designed to withstand harsh marine environments, our JIS F7354 5K valve is the ideal choice for ships and other marine vessels. Its reliable design ensures smooth operation even in the toughest conditions.
    • Global reach – With our extensive network of distributors and strategic partnerships around the world, we can provide top-quality valves to customers across the globe. Trust us to deliver reliable solutions wherever your business takes you.

    Cast iron angle marine SDNR valve


    FAQs

    What is marine valve?

    A marine valve is a critical component engineered with mastery to regulate the flow of a variety of fluids – including gas, water, oil, and steam – within the intricate systems of a marine vessel. These valves are meticulously designed and constructed to withstand the challenging maritime environment, meeting the rigorous standards of the shipping industry.

    Our marine valves are fabricated from high-grade materials such as stainless steel, bronze, and cast steel, specifically chosen for their exceptional durability and resistance to corrosion. This ensures the valve’s optimal performance even under the most demanding maritime conditions.

    The design and fabrication process of our marine valves strictly adheres to rigorous international standards, guaranteeing their safety, efficiency, and longevity. Each valve undergoes comprehensive quality control measures, from the initial selection of materials to the final testing phase, in order to certify their reliable performance and compliance with the highest safety protocols.

    With diverse functionalities, our marine valves cater to the complex needs of various shipboard systems. This includes angle valves for altering the fluid flow direction, globe valves for throttling flow control, and check valves to prevent backflow.

    What is angle marine SDNR valve?

    An angle marine SDNR (Screw Down Non-Return) valve is a specialized valve developed for maritime applications. This valve is designed to control the flow of various fluids, such as gas, oil, water, and steam, within the intricate systems of a ship.

    ‘SDNR’ stands for Screw Down Non-Return, which indicates the valve’s key operational characteristics. The ‘screw down’ function means that the valve can be manually opened or closed by turning a handwheel or a similar device. ‘Non-return’ signifies that the valve is designed to prevent backflow, allowing fluid to flow in one direction only.

    Our angle marine SDNR valves are constructed from high-quality materials like stainless steel, bronze, and cast steel, specifically chosen for their superior durability and resistance to corrosion. This ensures the valve’s optimal performance even in the harshest maritime conditions.

    What is JIS F7354 5K?

    JIS F7354 5K is a specific standard for marine cast iron screw-down check globe valves. This standard is established by the Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS), which is one of the globally recognized regulatory bodies responsible for standardizing different aspects of industries, including the maritime sector.

    The ‘F7354’ in the name refers to the specific JIS code assigned to this type of valve, signifying its unique design and functionality. ‘5K’ is an indicator of the valve’s pressure rating, denoting that it can withstand a pressure of up to 5 kilograms per square centimeter (approximately 71 pounds per square inch).

    What classification society certificates do marine valves have?

    Classification societies are independent organizations that set standards and provide certification for ships and related marine equipment. These standards ensure safe operation, environmental protection, and compliance with international regulations. This is crucial in the maritime industry where safety is of utmost importance.

    Now, let’s dive into the different types of classification society certificates that marine valves can have. The most commonly recognized ones are the China Classification Society (CCS), American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Lloyd’s Register (LR), Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (NK), Bureau Veritas (BV), Korean Register (KR), Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) and DNV GL.

    Each classification society has its own unique set of rules, but they all aim to assess the quality and performance of a vessel or equipment according to internationally recognized standards. Marine valves undergo rigorous testing processes before being granted a certificate by these societies.