Koso seismic gas shutoff valves?

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Video answer: Know more risk: seismic gas shutoff valves

Know more risk: seismic gas shutoff valves

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Koso - The California Valve

These valves are earthquake-sensitive gas shut-off valves. They are intended to close in the event of an earthquake to prevent gas flow into a structure where earthquake damage may have occurred.

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Pacific seismic earthquake valve reset

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The “California Valve” manufactured by Pacific Seismic Products (formerly Koso) includes the most complete line of mechanical earthquake valves on the market today. Valves are offered in multiple orientations (horizontal, vertical up, vertical, down), sizes (3/4 through 8”) and pressure classes (7 psig and 60 psig max).

CALIFORNIA (formerly known as Koso) Seismic Gas Shutoff Valves are installed throughout the U.S. and in many countries at risk from earthquakes. They performed well during the 1994 Northridge earthquake.

Horizontal Earthquake Valves Pacific Seismic/California Valves are earthquake sensitive gas shut-off valves. They are intended to close in the event of an earthquake to prevent gas flow into a structure where earthquake damage may have occurred.

KOSO: Flanged Earthquake Gas Shutoff Valves

QuakeKoso Canada Inc. (QKI) is the Factory Authorized Distributor in Canada for (Koso) California Seismic Gas Shut off Valves

Koso earthquake valves are intended to close in the event of an earthquake to prevent gas flow into a structure where earthquake damage may have occurred. This will greatly reduce potential risk of explosion or fire due to loss of gas line integrity or uncontrolled flow of gas after a major earthquake.

CALIFORNIA (formerly known as Koso) Seismic Gas Shutoff Valves INSTALLATION INFORMATION FOR HOMES AND SMALL BUSINESSES Valve must be installed with gas flow in direction of "Arrow" cast into valve body. Valves must be rigidly mounted, usually at or near the structure, to avoid nuisance trips.

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