HIFLUX obtains KS and ISO for manual valves

HIFLUX Co., Ltd., a Korean manufacturer specializing in ultra-high pressure valves and piping materials, has obtained KS and ISO international standards for manual valves for hydrogen charging stations from the Korea Gas Safety Corporation, a KOLAS-certified testing agency.

KOLAS (Korea Laboratory Accreditation Scheme) is a national system that officially recognizes an accredited testing agency for having a quality system and technical capabilities that meet international standards. Certifications issued by KOLAS secure international public trust, reliability, and objectivity. KOLAS-certified testing agencies can mutually accept other countries’ certified test reports through mutual recognition cooperation with major countries in the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

HIFLUX, a Korean company specializing in ultra-high pressure valves, currently has four types of hydrogen valves (needle valves), including 1/4 inch, 3/8 inch, 9/16 inch, and 3/4 inch, that have obtained KS and ISO international standard certification.

HIFLUX’s hydrogen valve (needle valve) has many advantages in durability with a double-layer sealing structure and is formed of a 4-pattern body type. Furthermore, the non-rotating stem prevents galling, and a metal-to-metal seating method is applied to extend the life of the sheet.

In addition, STS316 stainless steel materials are used to boost the excellent corrosion resistance required in high-pressure industries.

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