CTHV : Sealed Container with Ball Valve


Sealed container with discharge valve with excellent chemical resistance.

It is convenient to divide the liquid inside into small portions.
Uses stainless steel container and valve, and PTFE valve seal for excellent chemical resistance.
Packing and clip are attached to the container for easy sealing. Contents do not spill when moving.
Since a screwed joint is used at the tip of the nozzle, it can be connected to other piping, etc.

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​Product Specifications

1, Container ... SUS 304
Packing [PQA] ... Silicon Rubber (Food Sanitation Law Compliant Product)
2, Nipple ... SUS 304
3, Ball Valve ... SCS 14
4, Both Nipples ... SUS 304
5, Threaded Elbow ... SUS 304

Surface Treatment: Inner and Outer Surface Buff Polishing
Conditions of use: atmospheric pressure (Do not pressurize or decompress.)
*Please open the lid when discharging. If it is sealed, it is difficult to discharge.

Capacity: 4 L, 7 L, 10 L, 15 L, 20 L, 25 L, 36 L, 65 L, 100 L
CTHV -39 (45 L), CTHV -39 H (50 L), CTHV -43 H (70 L), and CTHV -47 (80 L) are also available for custom order.

Reference ​Dimensional Drawing

Model # List

CTHV-18 41.41801801/41112
CTHV-21 71.72102101/41112
CTHV-24 102.22402401/41112
CTHV-27 152.92702703/81242
CTHV-33 254.23303303/81242
CTHV-36 365.73603603/41662
CTHV-43 658.64304503/41662
CTHV-47H 1001347060011932
Unit of length is mm.

Details & Notes


Special order case ([CTHV] type)

Alcohol supply container

The lid has an air vent hole and a ball valve for connecting pipes.
A level gauge for checking the remaining amount is attached to the side of the container.
Discharge was changed to bamboo conipple.

Available to products made of SUS316L material!

The standard material for Nitto Kinzoku is SUS304.
SUS316L is a material with higher corrosion resistance than SUS304.
It contains an ingredient called “molybdenum”, which is not contained in SUS304.
This molybdenum makes the passive film thicker and improves the corrosion resistance.

SUS316L is a low-carbon type stainless steel with a low carbon content, and is resistant to corrosion (intergranular corrosion) in the welding area where parts are connected to each other.
SUS316L is generally recognized as a high-grade model of stainless steel material.

It is a material that is commonly used in production sites in the pharmaceutical industry.
If you are concerned about rust and corrosion resistance, we recommend you to select SUS316L.
For more details, please contact us.



What is the difference between [STV] and [CTHV]?
Different lid. [STV] is with Kabusebuta (stock lid), [CTHV] can be easily sealed with a clip of the body comes with a sealed lid.
What is a closed container [CTHV] with a ball valve and the difference of the container [CTH-W] with faucet?
[CTH-W] general faucet (brass + plating) comes with. In the case of the contents of chemical resistance is required are suitable [CTHV] with a ball valve (stainless steel).
100L more you tank you want with a valve, but ....
We will correspond by custom-made.
Is it possible to installation of the level meter and fittings?
I attached to the location of your choice in the custom-made.
The type and mounting position of the valve is or will be changed?
Can be mounted in a custom-made to your choice of the valve to your desired location.

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