The float valve, made of stainless steel (inox Aisi 316), is mainly used for filling cisterns and large tanks as a closing system to regulate the level of water or more generally of the contained liquid.
The float valve installed at the supply point, consists of an opening and closing mechanism, H2856, and a float, H2852 of spherical shape, placed inside the tank. The float rises according to the liquid level and, upon reaching a certain level, sets off the closing mechanism, blocking the inflow of liquid into the tank, preventing the risk of overfilling.
Valve and float are available in Aisi 316 stainless steel in sizes from 3/8" up to 4" (flanged valve for sizes DN80 and DN100). Nominal working pressure is PN 10 for all models.

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Material Aisi 316
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