- Inline globe valve with rising stem, threaded bonnet, and lead-free construction for on/off actuation and flow control (throttling) in a pipeline
- Bronze valve body and disc for strength and corrosion resistance
- Pounds per square inch (gauge) (psig) rating of 300 for water, oil, and gas (WOG)
- Threaded bonnet for reduced risk of leakage
- Solder end connections for semi-permanent connections to tubing
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Milwaukee Valve UP1502 Series Bronze Globe Valve, Potable Water Service, Inline, Threaded Bonnet, Solder End
|Price:||$129.60 - $335.34|
|Maximum Pressure||300 PSI|
|Specification Met||MSS SP-80|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Connector Type||Solder End|
|Handle Type||Hand Wheel|
|Internal Packing Material Type||Graphite|
|Manufacturer Series Number||UP1502|
|Structure Description||Threaded Bonnet|
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This Milwaukee Valve UP1502 series inline bronze globe valve has a threaded bonnet, lead-free construction for use with potable water, rising stem, bronze disc, and solder end connections on both ends, and is used to control flow (throttling) in a pipeline or water plumbing system. The valve body and disc are constructed of American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM) B584 bronze for strength and corrosion resistance. This valve has maximum pressure ratings of 300 pounds per square inch (gauge) (psig) for water, oil, and gas (WOG). It has a threaded bonnet for tight assembly and reduced risk of leakage, and solder end connections for semi-permanent connections to tubing. This valve meets standard Manufacturers Standardization Society (MSS) SP-80 for quality assurance and is designed in accordance with the requirements of California Assembly Bill 1953, Vermont Senate Bill 152, and U.S. Senate Bill S3874, which limit the amount of lead in plumbing fixtures that come in contact with water intended for human consumption. Class is a standard relating to tolerance, construction, dimension, and wall thickness, but it is not a direct measurement of maximum working pressure. This rising stem globe valve is for use in various pipeline or water plumbing systems.
Globe valves control flow rates in a piping system by the lift of a vertical stem and disk, which must be turned to open and close the valve. A seated disc extends into the center of the valve to act as a plug to restrict or open the flow path, depending on how tightly the valve stem is turned. The stem on globe valves can be either rising (moves up as the valve opens) to indicate if the flow is on or off, or non-rising (stem height remains constant when the valve is either open or closed) for use in small spaces. Globe valves are used in various water, gas, air, and steam piping systems that require frequent throttling operations.
The Milwaukee Valve Company manufactures manual and actuated valves, controls, and control accessories. The company, founded in 1901, and headquartered in New Berlin, WI, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2008 and 14001:2004 standards.