Cast iron marine globe valve JIS F7309 16K

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






    Description

    Cast iron marine globe valves are made with top-of-the-line components, including fc200 body and bonnet, bc6/sus420 seat and disc, and c3771bd or be/sus420 stem, ensuring durability and reliability.

    • Certified by leading organizations – We take pride in our classification society certificates from CCS, ABS, LR, NK, BV, KR, RS, DNVGL. These prestigious acknowledgments showcase our commitment to quality control and industry standards.
    • Wide range of applications – Our JIS F7309 16K valve is ideal for marine applications such as shipbuilding and offshore industries. It’s designed to withstand harsh marine environments while maintaining optimal performance.
    • Experienced global reach – With years of experience in the valve manufacturing industry, we have developed a global presence and expertise in catering to various international markets. You can trust us to provide you with reliable and high-performing products anywhere in the world.

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

    Cast iron marine globe valve JIS F7309 16K

    FAQs

    What is JIS F7309 16K

    JIS F7309 16K is a specific standard set by the Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) relating to marine industry valves. The ‘F’ in the designation stands for ‘shipbuilding,’ indicating that this standard is specifically designed for use in maritime applications. The ‘7309’ refers to the specific section of the standards, which deals with globe valves. ’16K’ denotes the pressure rating of the valve, signifying its ability to withstand pressures up to 16 kilograms per square centimeter.

    Adherence to the JIS F7309 16K standard guarantees that the valve is manufactured with utmost precision, ensuring it can perform under high-pressure conditions without compromise. It underscores the valve’s durability and reliability, key attributes that make it suitable for the demanding marine environment.

    Application of marine globe valve in shipbuilding

    In the realm of shipbuilding, marine globe valves are an indispensable asset, a testament to our mastery in valve manufacturing. These essential components are strategically designed to regulate and modulate fluid flow within the intricate network of pipelines in a ship’s system.

    The marine globe valve, characterized by its movable disk or plug, is engineered for precision. This feature offers unparalleled control over fluid dynamics, ensuring optimal operation of various maritime systems.

    Marine globe valves are not merely limited to flow regulation. They exhibit their versatility in water management on ships, preventing unnecessary water ingress and facilitating efficient wastewater discharge. Their application extends to cooling systems for fuel oil, water, or steam, underlining their multi-functional role in the maritime industry.

    What are the standards for marine globe valve?

    Marine globe valves, a central component in shipbuilding, are governed by a multitude of standards to ensure their quality, reliability, and safety. These standards encompass various aspects such as design, manufacturing, testing, and marking, thereby ensuring the valves’ optimal performance in the demanding maritime environment.

    One of the primary standard organizations is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). ANSI standards like ANSI B16.10 apply to marine globe valves, focusing on facets like face-to-face and end-to-end dimensions of the valves[^1^].

    The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) also plays a pivotal role in setting standards for the valve industry.

    In addition to these, region-specific standards like JIS F7309 16K from Japan Industrial Standards also govern the manufacturing and application of marine globe valves.