505F Series 3/4/5-Way Ball Valve

Brand: Inline Industries

The 505F is a true multi-way ball valve with balanced 4-seat construction.

This full port valve is available in a variety of flow plans which can replace multiple 2-way valves in a process system.

A standard ISO 5211 pattern mounting pad allows for easy assembly of pneumatic and electric actuators.

Operating / Test Conditions:
  • Temperature Range: -20° to 420° F.
  • Maximum Working Pressure: 1000 psi WOG (1/4" - 2") 600 psi WOG (3" - 4")
  • All valves shell and seat tested to ANSI/ASME B16.34 and API 598.
  • All materials comply with applicable ASTM material specifications.
  • End connections: NPT to ANSI B1.20.1, BW to B16.25, SW to B16.11.
  • Options:
  • 4- or 5-way construction with multiple flow patterns.
  • Butt weld and socket weld configurations available.
  • Balanced 4-Seat Construction:
    • Unlike 2-seated diverter valves, the 505F series has 4 seats (5 seats in bottom entry valves) for positive shut-off. This true multiport function can reduce the number of valves required in a process system and gives engineers greater design flexibility.
  • Trunnion Mounted Ball (1-1/2" - 4"):
    • Lateral forces in a 3-way valve can cause unwanted seat distortion. Stem/ball isolation prevents side loading and wear of downstream seats, improving performance and service life.
    • ISO 5211 Mounting Pad.
    • High-Cycle, Live Loaded Stem Packing:
    • Dynamic loading on stem packing ensures a tight seal through varying pressure and temperature conditions, extending service life and reducing maintenance costs.
  • O-Ring Stem Bearing (3" and 4"):
    • Maintains stem alignment.
    • Reduces packing side loading and wear.
    • Enhances stem seal.
  • Blow-Out-Proof Stem:
    • Stem is bottom loaded to prevent removal when valve is in service.
  • Full Port Design:
    • Full port construction improves flow characteristics for greater process efficiencies.
  • Multi-Position Lever Handle:
    • The lever handle can be positioned in 4 different orientations for greater piping flexibility.


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