2-Piece, Full Port, Cast Iron, FDA Approved Flanged Ball Valves

Lead Free* Models Available



2 to 8 in. (50 to 203mm)


Series G4000-FDA 2-Piece, Full Port, Cast Iron FDA Approved Flanged Ball Valves are used in commercial, industrial, and process applications requiring a non-corrosive body finish or where a clean cosmetic appearance is desired. It features a stainless steel ball and stem, PTFE seats and packing, a ductile iron hand, a steel-plated stop plate, and fused epoxy coating on all valve surfaces. Series G4000-FDA is FDA approved and is ideal for potable water and food contact applications. Pressure Rated: 200psi CWP (non-shock).

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*The wetted surface of our Lead Free products contacted by consumable water contain less than one quarter of one percent (0.25%) of lead by weight.

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