WRAS Approval Renewed for Swing Check Valves
Nov 27, 2019
T-T Flow are proud to announce that they have been awarded renewal of accreditation from the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme Ltd (WRAS) for their range of Swing Check Valves (DN350-DN600).
The fully WRAS approved range of Swing Check Valves (DN350-DN600) are used to prevent reverse flow and are suitable for potable water, wastewater and sewage applications up to 70°C.
Suitable for horizontal and vertical installation, this range features a unique lightweight ductile iron design with durable fusion bonded epoxy resin and provides easy access to maintenance. Other features include a positive drive between shaft and hanger, a guarded external arm and weight and ½” BSP air release as standard.
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