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Flanged Metal Gate Valves

Flanged Metal Gate Valves

Mount these valves between two standard ANSI/ASME pipe flanges for easy installation and maintenance. They secure with bolts instead of threading in, so they tighten with less torque and can be quickly connected and removed. Gate valves are also known as knife valves or slide valves, and gradually turn flow on and off to avoid pipe damage from rapid pressure changes.

Standard Duty

Made of cast iron, these valves can be used in many systems with standard pressure.

Cast Iron Body — Non-Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 125

Cast Iron Body — Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 125

High Temperature

Constructed of carbon steel, these gate valves can withstand temperatures up to 800 degrees F. They're compatible with water, steam, oil, and gas.

Carbon Steel Body — Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 150

Bolted Bonnet — Class 300

Drinking Water Certified

Certified for use in potable (drinking) water lines, these valves meet low-lead requirements.

Ductile Iron Body — Non-Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 125

Fire Protection Application

Regulate water flow in hydrant systems with these valves. They have an outside screw and yoke (OS&Y) to easily tell when the valve is open or closed. They're covered with an epoxy coating and can be used for throttling.

Cast Iron Body

Bolted Bonnet — Class 125

Stainless Steel Body — Rising Stem

Bolted Bonnet — Class 150