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A wafer check valve is a general purpose or high-performance check valve with a short face-to-face design. Unlike swing check valves, these valves are typically flangeless, installed between two flanges on the inside diameter of the flange bolt circle, held in place by studs. Spring tension can be customized to accommodate low, minimum, standard, or high torque springs. Additionally, seating surfaces of a wafer check valve can be specified to meet service demands with such materials as Buna-N, Viton, Teflon, Neoprene, EPDM, and Hypalon for bubble-tight seating. For more information on this product or others, such as the stainless steel angle valve or the Hills McCanna pump, please contact Authorized Parts. Can't find what you need? Then fill out our request form. We can help you find the solution you are looking for!
Duo Check Valve
A wafer check valve is commonly known as a dual disc check valve or duo check valve. They are spring-loaded and operate equally well in horizontal or vertical positions. Compatible body and disc material are offered in a wide variety of alloys for specific applications. Alloys include bronze, carbon steel, Inconel, X-750, Inconel 600, Monel, Hastelloy C, and 17-7 PH.
Mission Wafer Check Valve
The mission wafer check valve, also known as the Marlin wafer check valve, is one of the many types of wafer check valves. It comes in lug or wafer style designs to API 594, API 598, API 6D, API 6A, and ANSI B16.34 specifications. Body materials include alloy 20, cast iron, ductile iron, web cast steel, 316 stainless steel, bronze, Monel, Hastelloy C, WC6 alloy steel, Duplex stainless steel, and low temperature LCB. Seat material options include EPDM, Buna-N, Neoprene, Viton, or metal-to-metal seats. Bodies can be furnished as raised face, ring joint, weld end, or extended body style X. Pressure classes include 125, 150, 250, 300, 600, 900, 1500, and 2500.