The Schrader hexagonal valve is made for charging, retaining, or purging fluid from any kind of system, and can be used in a wide range of applications. A Schrader hexagonal valve consists of a hollow cylindrical metal tube, typically brass or nickel-plated brass, with the exterior end threaded. The Schrader core is then screwed into the body, and a sealed cap covers the complete valve. A nut maintains the valve on the customer system. Standard Schrader valve design allows the use of available connectors and tools. Schrader can modify or create a new configuration as needed to meet specific environmental or tube interface requirements.
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