Hydravalve: ITAP Gas - Approved Ball Valves

ITAP Brass Ball Valves

Manufactured in Lumezzane, Italy, ITAP is an industry leading brand for brass ball valves. Hydravalve are now offering the full range of LONDON and BERLIN models available from stock. The range includes BSPP female and male x female thread types, available in a varnished lever, steel lever or wing handle.

All LONDON and BERLIN models are EU approved for gas to EN 331 and suitable for various industrial gas applications such as HVAC and gas installations in buildings.

Key features include:

  • European manufactured
  • Full bore design
  • -20°C to +60°C working temperature
  • 5 bar maximum working pressure
  • Gas approved EN 331

Keen to learn more about these new products?

For pricing or more information, please get in contact:

Tel No:

01902 637263

Email:

sales@hydravalve.co.uk

Website:

www.hydravalve.co.uk

 You can see more about the ITAP range via the link below:

Itap BERLIN and LONDON Gas Approved Ball Valves (hydravalve.co.uk)


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