3 BKR 10 LK VZ 3-way ball valve in block design
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3 BKR 10 LK VZ

3-way ball valve in block design

DN*
10 
Connecting thread
G 3/8″ -19 
Working pressure
PN 400 
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3BKR10LKVZ

DN*
10
Connecting thread
G 3/8″ -19
Working pressure
PN 400
AF
9 mm
Overlap
negative (open)
LW
9 mm
SF*
1.5
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Characteristics

Type
  • compact design 
Connection 1 - 3
  • BSP cylindrical internal threads 
Sealing form 1 - 3
  • for screw-in pins with shapes A, B and if necessary E 
Bore
  • L shaped 
Material
  • Steel housing, ball and operating shaft 
Contact travel
  • 0°; 90° 
Temp. min.
  • -10 °C
Temp. max.
  • 80 °C
Surface protection
  • electro galvanised 
Customs tariff number
  • 84818081 
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Product variants

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Identifier
Connecting thread
DN*
Working pressure
AF (mm)
Details / items
G 1/8″ -28  
4  
PN 400  
9  mm
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G 1/4″ -19  
6  
PN 400  
9  mm
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G 3/8″ -19  
10  
PN 400  
9  mm
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G 1/2″ -14  
12  
PN 350  
9  mm
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DN = nominal diameter, nominal width
LW = ID = internal diameter
PN = nominal pressure (bar)
HEX = SW = width across flats
SF = safety factor
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Connecting thread
DN*
Working pressure
AF (mm)
Overlap
LW (mm)
SF*
DN = nominal diameter, nominal width
LW = ID = internal diameter
PN = nominal pressure (bar)
HEX = SW = width across flats
SF = safety factor
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