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Achieve faster actuation for butterfly valves

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Asahi/America

Asahi/America

The Speed Handle kit for butterfly valves (photo) consists of this company’s PlasGear handwheel and an attached grip, and allows for smoother and faster single-handed revolutions for quicker valve actuation. The Speed Handle grip is constructed of black Nylon 6 with a stainless-steel 400, chromate-treated M10 bolt and stainless-steel M10 hex nut. Designed for use with this company’s butterfly valves in sizes 1.5 through 16 in., the Speed Handle can be installed in the field to in-service valves, or at the factory for new valves. — Asahi/America, Inc., Malden, Mass.

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