Carbon Steel Ball Valves
Carbon steel is a popular material for industrial ball valves, but what distinguishes it from stainless steel? His appearance is the most evident distinction. It does not have the image of silver chrome making stainless steel so iconic.
Carbon steel ball valves, in reality, typically have a slender, matte texture more similar to cast iron.
However, with only a few significant quality variations, carbon steel ball valves are made of a high-quality metal alloy similar to stainless steel.
Carbon steel has a mildly reduced melting point and less chemical resistance, but because of its high carbon content, it is more maleable and stable and has stronger heat allocation.
The carbon steel ball valves range is designed for use in applications, requiring robust and efficient output.
Carbon steel ball valves are designed to be used in completely open or shut roles. The throttling of the carbon steel ball valves may lead in early seal breakdown and/or inability to press the grip of the valve depending on the implementation circumstances.