Apollo FullFlow Valve – A Fresh Perspective on Traditional Design

Over the years, the design of the floating ball valve has remained relatively unchanged, but the Apollo FullFlow valve by Aalberts integrated piping systems, seamlessly integrates traditional elements with cutting-edge manufacturing methods.

Physical Attributes

One-piece design: the Apollo FullFlow ball valve design not only reduces cost but also potential leak paths. Consciously designed to minimize leak opportunities, ensuring a simplified installation process.

Cost competitive: this design offers a more economical choice compared to more expensive 3-piece valves or brass valves requiring threaded stainless adapters.

Durable modern handle: robust and ergonomic, made with over molded AISI 316L stainless steel.

Static extended stem: unlike traditional valves, the outer housing of the stem extension remains immobile during operation, thus protecting the surrounding insulation from wear.

Multiple connection types: enabled through advanced laser-welded connections, the valve supports diverse piping systems for broader application versatility.

The Apollo FullFlow valve is not just a testament to environmental consciousness and user-centricity but is also poised to redefine modern valve technology. Its versatility ranges from safeguarding water purity to modulating air pressure systems. Through deliberate design considerations, such as inhibiting bacterial growth and ensuring resilience against freezing conditions, the valve promises longevity. This is further bolstered by a 5-year limited warranty.

For more information, visit https://aalberts-ips.us/newsroom/apollo-fullflow-shaping-the-future-of-valves/.

Courtesy of Aalberts Integrated Piping Systems.

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