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Manual ball valves control liquid flow in a pipe. A lever opens or closes a spherical port that allows liquid flow through the system.
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Brass 2-Way Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Brass 2-Way Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Made from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass valves offer malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. Brass valves are stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing them to resist cracking. They can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust.

2-Way Valves, can be used to control or regulate the flow of water through a pipe. Each features an inlet port and an outlet port.

Brass , Press Connection Type

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Bronze , Press Connection Type

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Chrome-Plated Brass , Socket x MNPT Connection Type

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Brass Inline Gas Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Brass Inline Gas Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Made from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass valves offer malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. Brass valves are stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing them to resist cracking. They can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust.

Bronze Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
Bronze is an alloy consisting of copper and mostly tin, but can also include other metals such as aluminum, manganese, or phosphorous. Bronze valves are generally harder than brass, and can resist corrosion and metal fatigue better than steel. Bronze, Brass valves feature bronze and brass construction. Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc, offering malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. It is stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing it to resist cracking. Brass can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust. Lead-Free Bronze valves are suitable for use in potable water applications.

CPVC Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

CPVC Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
CPVC Inline Ball Valves are designed for installation in new or existing hot water lines. They are also suitable for use in the chemical industry, swimming pools, aquariums, wastewater lines, and other corrosive applications. 1-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic 2-Way Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic 2-Way Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals.

2-Way Valves can be used to control or regulate the flow of water through a pipe. Each features an inlet port and an outlet port.

Plastic 3-Way True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic 3-Way True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion.

PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals.

CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures.

3-Way Valves with an L-Shaped Hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

3-Way Valves with T-Shaped Holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Plastic Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures. Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion.

Plastic Inline Single Union Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline Single Union Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion.

Plastic Inline True Union Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline True Union Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures.

Plastic Single Union and True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Single Union and True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures.

Stainless Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
These ball valves features stainless steel construction. Stainless steel offers high resistance to rust and corrosion.

Stainless Steel 2-Way Sanitary Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 2-Way Sanitary Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

These 2-way sanitary ball valves are designed to help provide unrestricted flow-through. They feature 316 stainless steel construction with PTFE seats, and can be serviced without complete removal from line.

Stainless Steel 3-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 3-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

3-Way Valves with an L-shaped hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, Seal-Welded Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, Seal-Welded Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

CF8M Stainless Steel is similar to 316 Stainless Steel, but is cast rather than wrought. It is slightly magnetic due to its ferrite content.

Stainless Steel Inline Mini Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Mini Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

Bronze Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Bronze is an alloy consisting of copper and mostly tin, but can also include other metals such as aluminum, manganese, or phosphorous. Bronze valves are generally harder than brass, and can resist corrosion and metal fatigue better than steel. Bronze B584 is manufactured either by a sand or static-casting process. Lead-Free Bronze valves are suitable for use in potable water applications.

Plastic Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures. Glass-Filled Nylon is similar to nylon, with increased strength and rigidity. Nylon is suitable for use with oil and high-pressure air/gasses, but is not suited for strong oxidizing agents. Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion. PTFE is best known as the material used to coat non-stick pans. It has an extremely high melting point and can withstand high temperatures. It is al

Plastic Ture Union Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Sturcture

Plastic Ture Union Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Sturcture

Stainless Steel 3-Way Sanitary Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 3-Way Sanitary Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
These 3-way sanitary ball valves can help provide unrestricted flow-through, and can be serviced without complete removal from line. They feature 316 stainless steel construction with PTFE seats. 316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

Stainless Steel Inline Fire Safe Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Fire Safe Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

Brass 3-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Brass 3-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Made from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass valves offer malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. Brass valves are stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing them to resist cracking. They can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust.

3-Way Valves with an L-Shaped Hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

3-Way Valves with T-Shaped Holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

Plastic Inline True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures. Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion.

Stainless Steel 1-Way Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 1-Way Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
Stainless steel one-way ball valves have lockable handles to prevent tampering and are used to control flow in a closed pipe system. These quarter-turn ball valves provide better on/off control compared to gate valves that use a stem that closes to control liquid flow. They allow only 1-way flow and have a standard port design that slightly restricts liquid flow. Valves are one piece with stainless steel construction for corrosion resistance.

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

Carbon Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 2 Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 2 Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, Seal-Welded Valve Structure

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, Seal-Welded Valve Structure
An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

Stainless Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
2-Way ball valves feature 2 ports, allowing flow in one direction or enabling shutoff. Stainless steel construction offers high resistance to rust and corrosion.

Stainless Steel Inline Fire Safe Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Fire Safe Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

Bronze Inline Gas Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze Inline Gas Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Bronze is an alloy consisting of copper and mostly tin, but can also include other metals such as aluminum, manganese, or phosphorous. Bronze valves are generally harder than brass, and can resist corrosion and metal fatigue better than steel.

Stainless Steel 1-Way Mini Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 1-Way Mini Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
These stainless steel one-way mini ball valves are compact for use in tight spaces to control flow in a closed pipe system. These quarter-turn ball valves provide better on/off control compared to gate valves that use a stem that closes to control liquid flow. They have lockable handles to prevent tampering and allow only one-way flow. The standard port design slightly restricts liquid flow. Valves are one piece with stainless steel construction for corrosion resistance.

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

CF8M Stainless Steel is similar to 316 Stainless Steel, but is cast rather than wrought. It is slightly magnetic due to its ferrite content.

Alloy 20 Stainless Steel is designed for use in applications involving sulfuric acid. It is corrosion resistant and ideal for use in chemical, food, and pharmaceutical industries.

Stainless Steel Inline Mini Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Mini Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

Brass 3-Way Ball Valves with Drain, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Brass 3-Way Ball Valves with Drain, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Made from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass valves offer malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. Brass valves are stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing them to resist cracking. They can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust.

3-Way Valves with an L-Shaped Hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

3-Way Valves with T-Shaped Holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Bronze Inline Single Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze Inline Single Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Bronze is an alloy consisting of copper and mostly tin, but can also include other metals such as aluminum, manganese, or phosphorous. Bronze valves are generally harder than brass, and can resist corrosion and metal fatigue better than steel.

Carbon Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 3 Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel 2-Way Ball Valves, 3 Piece Valve Structure
2-Way ball valves feature 2 ports, allowing flow in one direction or enabling shutoff. Carbon steel construction offers high resistance to wear and pressure. 3-Piece valve structure allows the valve to be disassembled for easy maintenance and repairs.

Carbon Steel Inline Fire Safe Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel Inline Fire Safe Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

Plastic Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Kynar® polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) resin offers high strength, purity, and chemical resistance to acids and bases. It also resists abrasion and impact, is flame retardant, and offers thermal stability. Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion.

Stainless Steel 3-Way Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel 3-Way Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

3-Way Valves with an L-Shaped Hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

3-Way Valves with T-Shaped Holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Brass Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Brass Inline Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Made from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass valves offer malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. Brass valves are stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing them to resist cracking. They can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust.

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless Steel Inline Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Stainless steel valves are constructed of an alloy of iron and chromium. They are more malleable than carbon steel, and are very resistant to rust and corrosion.

316 Stainless Steel offers higher corrosion resistance than 304 stainless steel. It includes up to 3% molybdenum, which helps prevent corrosion from many industrial chemicals and solvents.

CF8M Stainless Steel is similar to 316 Stainless Steel, but is cast rather than wrought. It is slightly magnetic due to its ferrite content.

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Carbon Steel Inline Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure
An alloy of iron and carbon, carbon steel is stronger than stainless steel, and is very resistant to wear. Carbon steel valves can withstand high pressure, but are susceptible to corrosion and can also be brittle due to the hardness of the material.

Plastic Inline Compact Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline Compact Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
PVC, also known as polyvinyl chloride, is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. PVC resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is similar to PVC in chemical resistance, but is more ductile, and is capable of withstanding higher temperatures.

Plastic 3-Way Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic 3-Way Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Polypropylene is a durable and flexible thermoplastic polymer. Polypropylene valves are often lightweight and easy to install, and are also resistant to corrosion.

3-Way Valves with an L-Shaped Hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

3-Way Valves with T-Shaped Holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Plastic True Union, Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic True Union, Ball Valves, 1-Piece Valve Structure
True union ball valves feature removable ball components for easy replacement. They are available with CPVC and PVC construction. PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) is a synthetic plastic polymer with a rigid structure. It resists corrosion and most chemicals. CPVC is similar to PVC, but has been chlorinated. It is more ductile and capable of withstanding higher temperatures.

Brass 3-Way Ball Valves, 4-Piece Valve Structure

Brass 3-Way Ball Valves, 4-Piece Valve Structure

Made from an alloy of copper and zinc, brass valves offer malleability and corrosion resistance, with added durability. Brass valves are stronger and harder than copper, yet more malleable than steel and iron, allowing them to resist cracking. They can withstand extremely high temperatures, and will not rust.

3-Way Valves with an L-Shaped Hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets.

3-Way Valves with T-Shaped Holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Bronze 3-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze 3-Way Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure
Bronze is an alloy consisting of copper and mostly tin, but can also include other metals such as aluminum, manganese, or phosphorous. Bronze valves are generally harder than brass, and can resist corrosion and metal fatigue better than steel. 3-Way Valves with an L-shaped hole allow water to flow from one inlet into one of two different outlets. 3-Way Valves with T-shaped holes can allow two inlets to flow into one outlet.

Plastic Inline Metering True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic Inline Metering True Union Ball Valves, 2-Piece Valve Structure

Plastic inline metering true union ball valves start and stop the flow of liquids through pipes or systems and allow easy repair and servicing of valves without disassembling systems. They feature metering dials that allow accurate flow control. These valves have lightweight plastic bodies that resist chemicals and corrosion.

Bronze Inline Medical Gas Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze Inline Medical Gas Ball Valves, 3-Piece Valve Structure

Bronze inline ball valves are suited for high-purity medical gas applications. Bronze is a strong, corrosion-resistant alloy that is generally harder than brass, and resists metal fatigue better than steel.

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