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Ball Valves for Hydrogen Applications (B Series)

  • Parker’s B Series ball valves for hydrogen applications, with a “free floating ” ball design, offer superior performance in a variety of pressure and temperature applications in process, and instrumentation applications. 
  • Broad selection of valve body, seat and seal materials provide a wide range of pressure (up to 6000 psi) and temperatures (up to 450°F /232°C) at which valves may be used
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Parker’s B Series Ball Valves for Hydrogen Applications

  • Parker’s B Series ball valves, with a “free floating ” ball design, offer superior performance in a variety of pressure and temperature applications in process, and instrumentation applications
  • Parker’s B series ball valves are available manually, pneumatically, and electrically actuated
  • They provide quick on-off control of fluids utilized in process and instrumentation applications.
  • Broad selection of valve body, seat and seal materials provide a wide range of pressure (up to 6000 psi) and temperatures (up to 450°F /232°C) at which valves may be used
  • Free floating ball design provides seat wear compensation
  • Available in 316 stainless steel and brass, Monel Alloy 400 and Hastealloy, C-276 construction upon request
  • Micro finished ball provides a positive seal
  • Straight through flow path for minimum pressure drop
  • Wide variety of US customary and SI ports
  • 90 degree actuation
  • panel mountable
  • Adjustable PTFE stem seal can be maintained inline
  • Handle indicated flow direction
  • Low operating torques
  • Positive handle stops
  • Color coded handles
  • Optional Pneumatic and electric actuation
  • Optional live loaded PTFE stem seal
  • Optional non adjustable O-ring stem seals
  • Optional upstream and downstream drain models
  • Optional stainless steel and extended handles

See our ball valve guide with all variants

  • The B Series Ball Valve are available in different variants. For details see our Ball Valve Guide – click here.
  • Introduction: Parker manually, pneumatically, and electrically actuated two-way B Series Ball Valves provide quick 1/4 turn on-off control of fluids utilized in process and instrumentation applications. A broad selection of valve body, seat and seal materials provide a wide range of pressures and temperatures at which the valve may be used
  • Features: Free floating ball design provides seat wear compensation.
  • Materials: Parker B series Ball valve are available Available in 316 stainless steel and brass construction. Monel® Alloy 400 and Hastelloy® C-276 construction available upon request.
  • Pressure & Temperature: Broad selection of valve body, seat and seal materials provide a wide range of pressure (up to 6000 psi) and temperatures (up to 450°F /232°C) at which valves may be used
  • Sealing: Micro-finished ball provides a positive seal.
  • Valve Options: Different options are available based on function and design aspect.
    • Handle: Round and Lock out Handle.
    • Actuators: Double Acting Pneumatic Actuator, Spring Returns Pneumatic Actuator and 70,80 and 90 series Electric Actuator.
    • Seals: Oring stem and Live loaded stem seals

Application areas

  • Hydrogen service 
  • Chemical Plants 
  • Power Plants 

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    Parker Hannifin is a Fortune 250 global leader in motion and control technologies. For more than a century the company has been enabling engineering breakthroughs that lead to a better tomorrow. Parker is supporting the global decarbonisation efforts through a broad range of solutions, hydrogen-compatible components and systems enabling safe and efficient operation for a variety of applications.

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