Apollo "dead man" lever
Two piece ball valve
The company now known as Apollo® Valves earned a reputation for developing new products to meet emerging market demands. In 1968, the company introduced its Apollo® Series 70 ball valve to the commercial market.
A revolutionary innovation at the time, the product became the most specified ball valve in the world. Line extensions have resulted in new materials, new sizes and new applications for the classic Apollo ball valve.
In 2005, the company brought all of its products under the Apollo® Valves brand. Products which had been sold under the Conbraco brand included plumbing and heating products, water gauges, pop safety and relief valves, marine fittings and backflow prevention devices. Those lines joined the company's ball valves, actuators and mixing valves as part of the complete Apollo Valves family of products.
Nearly all Apollo® valves are produced in U.S. facilities that are second to none in the industry, including ISO-registered, state-of-the-art foundries and manufacturing facilities in Pageland and Conway, S.C. The company's headquarters is located in Matthews, N.C.
"Some of our competitors claim to be domestic while they are really sourcing most of their products from the Far East", said Glenn Mosack. "We actually manufacture 95 to 98% of all the components in our valves in our own plants in the Carolinas, right down to the yellow handles!"
Apollo 76-500 Series
Sizes: 1/4" to 2" (DN 8 to DN 50)
Standard PTFE...others on request
BSP /NPT Threaded connection
Pressure 2000 CWP to 1", 1500 CWP to 2", Sizes: 1/4" to 2" (DN 8 to DN 5
Spring Return Handle "dead man application"