MEC designs in-line excess flow valves

January 27, 2021 By    

Marshall Excelsior Co.’s (MEC) ME884-16 series 2-in. in-line female by female NPT configuration was developed as a result of customer demand. In-line excess flow valves are designed for liquid or vapor service applications where pipe size transitions and long piping runs are present and render tank-mounted excess flow protection inadequate to safely service the system. The high flow rate design can be installed in any orientation and ensures maximum transfer efficiency while minimizing pump and line cavitation. The valve is precision machined with a durable brass body construction. Internal components are made of stainless steel. Due to the brass body construction, this product cannot be used for NH3 applications.

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