Diaphragm valve, faucet ends, EPDM backed PTFE - polytetrafluoroethylene (teflon) diaphragm, sizing: 1/2-inch. Schedule 80 pipes are thicker, heavier designed to manage more PSI than Schedule 40. In the United States, Schedule describes the thickness of the pipeline wall and, for that reason, how much pressure it will hold. In the majority of aquaculture applications, Schedule 40 is used. The primary reason to utilize Schedule 80 is if it is obligatory in your area for certain applications however it can likewise be used on cold water loops to assist insulate. Schedule 80 is ranked at no less than 200 psi at 73 degrees F (as much as 2 inches) and is generally Gray (just like the Schedule 40 pipeline used for electrical avenue). The outside diameter (O.D.) is the same as Schedule 120 and 40, however the inside diameter (I.D.) is smaller. Backed by over 40 years of both product and process development experience, Spears have actually turneded into one of the leading manufacturers of thermoplastic valves, fittings, and piping system parts. Spears broad product provides a total choice of 1/8-inch with 12-inch injection built fittings and produced fittings with 48-inch, numerous specialized products, and a complete complement of manual and mechanically actuated thermoplastic valves in a range of kinds, sizes, and configurations.
PVC spigot ends; EPDM backed polytetrafluoroethylene (teflon) diaphragm
Schedule 80 PVCs are thicker, stronger, will handle higher pressures, and endure colder climates than Schedule 40 PVCs
Schedule 80 PVCs: not for Compressed Air or Gas; conforms to ASTM D 1785; fittings conform to ASTM D 2467; threaded fittings conform to ASTM D 2464