Shut-off valve

Shut-off valve

A valve in a gas or water supply line that can completely seal off the flow to the building, a branch line, or a fixture; the main water shutoff typically has a gate valve.
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Prequalification are invited for Lot 1 automatic balancing valve; Lot number 2 of the thermostatic valve, shut-off valve, thermostatic element; Lot 3 heat meter by type sensor 2 for the construction project "Residential building KPD on the street.
The automaker is recalling the vehicle because the fuel tank is said to be equipped with a shut-off valve that can allow petrol to enter the tank's emissions system.
It has a series of holes spaced about 1 inch apart and is equipped with a shut-off valve and an end cap.
The shut-off valve makes it possible to use this system on the eyes; the pen is best suited for liquid eyeliners and liquid eye shadows.
This sprayer also features a large poly Thrustless[TM] shut-off valve with inline filter, two nozzles (flat fan or cone), and a filler filter to keep out debris.
Make sure the shut-off valve is closed before removing the filter's housing.
Using a one-inch segment of bicycle inner tube, pipe clamp, fishing line and small plastic bobber, attach all to a pipe nipple to create a float shut-off valve whereby the button of the bobber is held just inside the inner tube though not in contact with the bobber bulb.
A small bead of circular rubber, bonded to the brass seat of the check valve, forms a strong sealing surface when the shut-off valve compresses the elastomer.
The standard shut-off valve weighs approximately 9 grams in stainless steel and the 3-way diverting and 3-way mixing diverting valves weigh approximately 12 grams in stainless steel.
The tangential valve is available as a shut-off valve with two or three ports or as a changeover valve with three to five ports.
The second stage is a reciprocating injection plunger, separated from the extruder by a shut-off valve and from the mold by a shut-off nozzle.
It is an automatic mains shut-off valve, designed to reduce the devastation that water damage can cause to properties - currently costing UK insurers more than pounds 300 million each year.