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A-T Controls Series 33 Three-Way Direct Mount MultiPort Ball Valves

The Triac A-T Controls Series 33 is a three-way, direct mount, multiport ball valve used for mixing and diverting substances. They offer a variety of flow patterns and end configurations, and are available in sizes 1/4" to 4".

The Series 33 has a five seat, full port design with direct mounting pad and optional flanged or sanitary ends. These valves have a Pyramidal stem seal system that protects against wear and leakage, with TA-Luft certification to reduce your plant's fugitive emissions.

This valve series can be automated using a pneumatic or electric actuator. Details on actuators are located in the Series 33 specification datasheet.

Key Specifications

  • Sizes: 1/4" to 4"
  • Threaded, socket weld and butt weld options
  • 316 Stainless Steel
  • L, T, X, I, vertical L, vertical T, TT, and L port configurations
  • Full port; five seat design (standard seat material: RTFE, other options available)
  • Pressure rating: 1/4 " to 1": 1000 PSI, 1-1/4" to 2": 800 PSI, 2-1/2" to 3": 600 PSI, 4": 300 PSI

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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