Construction, materials, and testing for Class 900 valves are similar to those of Class 800 valves. They are typically made from robust materials such as stainless steel, alloy steel, or other high-performance alloys to ensure strength and corrosion resistance under high-pressure conditions. Class 900 valves also undergo rigorous testing to meet industry standards and ensure their performance and safety.
Class 900 valves are commonly made from materials with excellent strength and corrosion resistance. These may include stainless steel (such as 316 or 904L), alloy steels (such as A105 or F22), or other high-performance alloys, depending on the specific application and compatibility requirements.
Yes, Class 900 valves can handle both liquids and gases, provided the materials of construction and design are compatible with the specific fluid or gas being controlled. It is important to consider factors such as pressure, temperature, and chemical compatibility when selecting the appropriate valve for a particular application.