Parker's all brass needle valves have a metal-to-metal seats and are for use in applications in which the desired flow must be maintained with little to no variance.Needle valves create a means of controlling the flow of liquids or gases through the valve mechanism. It is possible to easily adjust the flow rate to any specific amount desired, making the needle valve useful in a number of applications. Parker's all brass needle valves have metal-to-metal seats with fine thread screwdown making them ideal for situations in which the desired flow must be maintained with little to no variance. By controlling the needle valve rate, stress on the delivery system is kept to a minimum. The specialty formulated low temperature seal in the Parker needle valve remains elastic to temperatures as low as -40°F.
Parker's needle valves should always be installed with the pressure against the seat.
Maximum Operating Pressure: 150 psi, 10 bar
Body Material: Brass
Stem Material: Brass
Minimum Operating Temperature: -45 to 0 °F, -42 to -17 °C
Maximum Operating Temperature: 150 to 250 °F, 65 to 121 °C
- Accurate flow control
- Corrosion resistance
- Forged brass for improved long-term mechanical strength
- Metal-to-metal seal for positive sealing
- Low temperature seal for improved performance
- Pneumatic control lines
- Water circuits
- Machine tools
Custom configurations and sizes are available upon request. Contact us for additional information.