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Grainger carries a huge variety of plumbing valves, including ball valve assemblies in brass, bronze and carbon steel for use with water, oil and natural gas systems. Or choose 2- or 3-way general purpose solenoid water valve kits for controlling and mixing water, chemicals and inert gases. When installing a sump disposal, wastewater or ejector line, adding a check valve provides the necessary backstop to prevent backflow from contaminating clean water.

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I need a valve

Imagine that I would like to fill a bunch of quart/gallon bottles by siphoning...I would like a valve on the end where I could "squeeze a button/lever to start the flow and "let go/release" to stop the flow" for a 5/8" tube
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Hello Jim,
a 1CKF4 is a 3/4" Spring return Ball valve, you can use this to do what you are thinking.
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WHEN SQUEEZED IT SENDS OIL TO THE APPLICATION, WHEN RELEASED, IT FLOWS BY BACK INTO THE TANK
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Hello,
In order to answer your question, we would need more info. Like, what is the flow rate needed, what pressure are you flowing at, what size fittings. That being said, you would have to consider a electrically operated valve, because we do not have anything like that. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do. Thanks for using Grainger Ask & Answer!

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check valve

i have built a black pipe pool heater and its on the roof, i'm using a second pump to circulate the water it runs every 1/2 hour i need a check vale at the discharge end to keep the water from siphoning out when the pump is off and will open when the pump comes on.
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In order to better assist you we will need additional information. Please call 1-800-Grainger Monday-Friday 7AM-7PM to speak with a Technical Product Support Specialist.
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Unfortunately we do not have enough information to answer your question just yet. Please call us at 1-800-GRAINGER to discuss your needs.

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I need to increase water pressure in my home . does a 3/4" gate valve allow more water to flow with more pressure than a 3/4" globe valve ?
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Typically the type of valve with the greatest volume capacity and lowest reduction in pressure is a full port ball valve, such as item 1CKD2 for a ¾” line. Typically ball valves, gate valves and globe valves would not reduce the amount of water pressure you had, unless there was an issue with the valves being broken in some way. If the valve exchange does not resolve the issue you are having, you may need to look into the system to see what the issue is. Do you have older galvanized piping which is rusted shut on the inside, or perhaps do you have an issue with the water pressure being supplied by the municipality?

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I need a lockable gas valve for a semi public BBQ Grill that can be operated by a key-able cylinder
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For locking gas valves, we have item number 1WMG3 for a ¾” pipe or item 1WMG4 for a 1” pipe. In the closed position, a padlock can be passed through the handle to prevent operation.

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shut valve is six feet deep
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It is actually for water irrigation. I need both left and right
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While we do not have that configuration as a single item, you may want to combine items 20K899, which is a M x F ball valve, and 6AFN8, a barb adapter. When attached to each other, it will produce the configuration you are looking for.

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