Gate Valves

Pegler Valve

Brass fullway gate valve, lockshield. XPress union x XPress end for copper, carbon/stainless steel

Brass fullway gate valve, lockshield. XPress union x XPress end for copper, carbon/stainless steel

SizePattern No.Pack 1 QtyPack 2 QtyCodeBarcodePrice (£) each ex VAT
15mmPSU1068LS1105022050568472Disc(Out of Stock)Discontinued18/03/2021
22mmPSU1068LS155022050568489Disc(Out of Stock)Discontinued18/03/2021
28mmPSU1068LS145022050568496Disc(Out of Stock)Discontinued18/03/2021
35mmPSU1068LS125022050568502Disc(Out of Stock)Discontinued18/03/2021
42mmPSU1068LS105022050568519Disc(Out of Stock)Discontinued18/03/2021
54mmPSU1068LS105022050568526Disc(Out of Stock)Discontinued18/03/2021
CodeDescriptionAB
Pegler Yorkshire reserve the right to change specifications
SizePattern No.CodeKv m3/h
Pegler Yorkshire reserve the right to change specifications
SizePattern No.CodeWRAS Press Fit ConnectorsWRc-NSF Press Fit
DescriptionMinimum Operating
Pressure (bar)
Maximum Cold Working
Pressure (bar)
Maximum Hot
Working Pressure (bar)
PSU1068LS Gate valveNo minimum operating pressure.16 bar up to 100oC16 bar up to 100oC

Care
No regular aesthetic care is required for this product

Maintenance
A regular maintenance program is the most efficient method of ensuring longer term operational efficiency of the selected valve. Such a program would need to include a risk assessment and a planned procedure of how the maintenance will be carried out. The possibility of operational limits being exceeded and the potential hazards ensuring must be considered as part of this assessment. This should be implemented to include visual checks on the valve’s condition and any development of unforeseen conditions, which could lead to failure. The correct fitting tools and equipment should be used for valve maintenance work. Separate means of draining the pipe work must be provided when carrying out any maintenance to valves. Where there may be any system debris this could be collected and /or filtered by installation of the appropriate protective device.

For further help please contact your local engineer.

If your product is under warranty please contact the Service Support Team on: 0800 1560050

Regulations
THE PRESSURE EQUIPMENT DIRECTIVE 97/23/EC and CE MARKING
The Pressure Equipment Regulations 1999 (SI 1999/2001) have now been introduced into United Kingdom law.

Valves with a maximum allowable pressure greater than 0.5 bar are covered by these new Regulations. Valves are categorised according to their maximum working pressure, size and rising level of hazard. The level of hazard varies according to the fluid being carried. Fluids are classified as Group 1, dangerous fluids or Group 2, all other fluids including steam. The Categories designated are SEP (sound engineering practice). Valves up to and including 25mm (1”) are designated SEP regardless of the fluid group. Those identified as having increased hazard are Categorised as, I, II, III or IV. All valves designated as SEP do not bear the CE mark nor require a Declaration of Conformity. Categories I, II, III or IV carry the CE mark and require a Declaration of Conformity. Valves classified from the piping chart would not be included in Category IV.

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