Quick-Acting Minimum Loss Hose-End Valves for Bobtail Delivery Trucks and Dispensing Stations (A7793A and A7797A)(2)
Designed to vastly reduce the amount of product vented when disconnecting bobtail delivery trucks, dispensing systems and anhydrous ammonia nurse tanks.
These valves provide instant, full-on flow at the flip of a handle. Shutoff is instant and the handle locks for added protection. This "top of the line" hose-end valve is a fully contained unit that does not require additional filling adapters or connectors.
Quick-Acting Hose-End Valves for Bobtail Delivery Trucks and Dispensing Stations (A7707L and A7708L)(2)
Designed especially for safe operator handling of LP-Gas in bobtail delivery truck, dispensing systems and anhydrous ammonia nurse tank service.
These valves provide instant, full-on flow at the flip of the handle and provide instant positive shut-off with a handle lock for added protection.
7554S Series valves provide instant shut-off and fast opening control on LP-Gas crop driers. They are also ideal for charging manifold hoses, stationary fuel transfer hoses and other applications requiring quick, positive shut-off. They are not for use with delivery truck hoses because the handle could snag on the ground and open the valve as the hose is reeled back to the truck.
7554L Series valves feature a locking handle device to help prevent accidental opening of the valve. It is ideal for all the same applications as the 7554S Series and may be used on delivery trucks as it incorporates the locking handle design.
Both valve series must be installed so that flow through the valve is opposite to that of a conventional globe valve. This allows the inlet flow to assist in closing the valve and prevents the valve from being opened by high pump pressures.
Designed primarily for use on cylinder charging hoses to provide fast, convenient shut-off and fast opening.
These valves must be installed so that flow through the valve is in the opposite direction to that of a conventional globe valve. This allows the inlet flow to assist in closing the valve, and even more important, helps prevent the valve from being forced open by high pump pressure.