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NRS Resilient Seated Gate Valve - Flanged Ends

Our extensive range of Non-rising Stem Resilient Seated Gate Valves is tailored to excel in fire protection applications, and come equipped with flanged ends for seamless flange-to-flange installation.

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Diameter range

2,5” - 12”


Flanges to ANSI B16.1 Class125

Maximum Operating Pressure

300 PSI / 20,7 bar for 2,5”-12”

Maximum Working Pressure

42 °F to 180 °F (6 °C to 82 °C)


300 μm FBE coating, external and internal to AWWA C550


UL Listed and FM Approved

What sets Non-rising Stem Resilient Seated Gate Valves apart is their EPDM encapsulated wedge, ensuring maximum leak-tightness and reliability. The through bore design prevents any debris buildup at the bottom of the valve seat, making maintenance hassle-free. Engineered for long-lasting performance, they providing peace of mind with their optimal corrosion protection and durability.

Secure your fire protection system with the trusted choice of flanged ends

Key Features & Benefits

Specialised Fire Protection

Designed specifically for fire protection systems, these valves ensure a smooth, secure flange-to-flange installation for unwavering reliability when it matters most.

Superior Leak Prevention

The EPDM encapsulated wedge design allows for maximised safety and dependability with our valves' leak-tight design, offering peace of mind in fire protection scenarios.

Maintenance Made Simple

The through bore design prevents debris accumulation and simplify maintenance with our intelligently engineered valves, ensuring hassle-free long-term operation.

Optimal Corrosion Protection & Durability

Trust in the longevity of your fire protection system with valves engineered to withstand the test of time, providing enduring performance and security.

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