Beryllium Seats The almost universal use of Titanium valves in high performance engines has forced engine builders to use Beryllium copper seats for years. Titanium, which is 40% lighter than steel, does not conduct heat very well. The use of a Beryllium Copper alloy is a superior material for heat dissipation as compared to steel seats. Mathew Performance Products offers the following Beryllium Copper alloy seats: INTAKES: Special Alloy available in 2.060 and 2.070 OD with a 1.700 ID. EXHAUST Special Alloy available in 1.754 and 1.764 OD with a 1.400 ID. Both Intake and Exhaust sizes available in 0.400 and 0.450 thickness.
Type: 254 Part No. 181720 Call for an unbeatable deal! Applications: Forklifts (Electric, Reach & Rough Terrain) Features: Low profile air ...view details
Carbide ball and seats Tungsten carbide balls are used where extreme hardness and wear resistance is required, in such applications as bearings, ball ...view details
Available in metal seat (Fig 76) and resilient seat (Fig 77). Fabricated carbon steel body flanges, packing gland and yoke. All STAINLESS STEEL ...view details
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