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Cameron Ball Valve: 2-Piece, Std Port Classification, Carbon Steel, Steel, Locking Lever, NPT, 1/2 in Pipe Size (Port 1)

Item # 597Z249

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Product Specs

Valve Structure: 2-Piece
Port Classification: Standard
Body Material: Carbon Steel
Ball Material: Steel
Handle Type: Locking Lever
Port 1 Type: NPT
Handle Material: Steel
Port 2 Type: NPT
Pipe Size (Port 1): 1⁄2 in
Port 1 Gender: Female
Overall Length: 3 3⁄4 in
Cold Working Pressure (CWP): 3,750 psig
Max Steam Pressure: 250 psi
Maximum Operating Temperature: 500 ° F
Stem Material: Steel
Application: Oilfield; Chemical; Petrochemical; Industrial; Hydrocarbon Processing
Body Style: Inline
Features: Positively Retained Stem; Fire-Tested Design; Locking Capability is Standard; Rugged; Economical; Unidirectional Ball
Finish/Coating: Zinc Plated
For Fluid Type: Water
Lead-Free: No
Maximum Operating Pressure: 1,500 psi
Minimum Operating Temperature: -20 ° F
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Pipe Size (Port 2): 1⁄2 in
Port 2 Gender: Female
Port 2 Thread Size: 1/2 in
Potable Water Application Use: No
Resistance Properties: Chemical-Resistant; Abrasion-Resistant
Seal Material: TFE; Graphite
Seat Material: PTFE
Specifications Met: ASME B16.5; MSS-SP-6; MSS-SP-25; MSS-SP-55; MSS-SP-72; MSS-SP-61; NACE MR0175/ISO 15156
Stem Type: Positive Retained
Wetted Material: Carbon Steel; Stainless Steel
Manufacturer Part Number: 1/2-R-B136-CS-42-CS-WR

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA
  • This product has been manufactured to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).
  • This item is restricted for conveying or dispensing water for potable use (human consumption) in states that require 3rd party certification of compliance with the “Safe Water Drinking Act” (CA, LA, MD, VT). 

About Manual Low-Lead Metal Ball Valves

Help maintain safe drinking conditions by using these NSF-certified ball valves in potable water lines. Their metal construction typically withstands higher temperatures and pressures than plastic valves. Turn the valve lever to rotate the ball to start or stop flow.