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Class 4000 ASME

Class 4000 ASME

Class 4000 ASME

(OP)
Dear, I have the following question for a ball valve in which standard ASME or API standard can I find class 4000 (also PT curve)?
Thanks in advance!!

RE: Class 4000 ASME

Need more information here as "class 4000" doesn't exist.

Class 2000, 3000 & 6000 in B16.11,

There is some mention of NR 4000 which is something to do with Nuclear?. But doesn't otherwise exist AFAIK.

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RE: Class 4000 ASME

(OP)
Thanks for your reply!!
It is in small ball valves 3/4 inch.
Service: propane, small connection in sphere vessel.

RE: Class 4000 ASME

Who said it was class 4000?

Need a data sheet or vendor info.

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RE: Class 4000 ASME

Do you mean ANSI piping class 400?

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