Midwest Control, a premier supplier of air compressor and pneumatic system components, has introduced a new line of M600 Male X Female Brass Ball Valves. Constructed of high strength forged brass, the M600 line is available with fully open or close design built for trouble-free use in the most rugged industrial applications.
M600 Male X Female Brass Ball Valves from Midwest Control.
The M600 line provides a working pressure of 600 PSI WOG and is safety tested at 1.5X working pressure. Versatile ball valves can be used safely with a variety of liquids. Full port design provides the highest flow performance possible. It includes a high precision chrome-plated ball with PTFE seat for leak-proof service and chrome-plated steel lever handle with blue vinyl grip. Valves can be used at temperatures ranging from 0°F – 365°F, also suitable for vacuum service to 29.9” Hg. Construction also includes a Blow-Out proof brass stem, and is MSS SP-110 approved.
If you or your customer do not require a UL, CSA/CUS, CE, FM approved valve but want a quality valve at an aggressive price point, the M600 series is the perfect part for your application.
About Midwest Control
For over 26 years, Midwest Control has had one mission- to be the industry’s premier supplier of air compressor and pneumatic system components. Today, Midwest Control serves a wide range of customers including air compressor and other OEM’s, national industrial distributors, and specialty air compressor and fluid power distributors. We have sustainably grown our business by carefully researching and providing the products that our customers need and want, maintaining an in-house quality assurance capability, an extensive in-stock inventory, and providing same-day shipment of orders. Our trained, professional staff of Customer Service Associates, and indeed, all our people here at Midwest Control, have one focus and one priority- “take care of our customer.” That’s been our philosophy here for over 26 years, and will always remain the core value that drives our business. For more information, visit www.midwest-control.com.