What are Ball Valves?

A ball valve is a flow control device. It is open when the ball's hole is in line with the flow inlet and closed when it is pivoted 90-degrees by the valve handle, blocking the flow. The handle lies parallel with the flow when open, and is perpendicular to it when closed, making for easy visual confirmation of the valve's status.

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Types of Ball Valves

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One Piece Design Flanged Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150, #300

Three Piece Design Flanged Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150

Three Piece Design Long Stem SE/SW/BW Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150

Three Piece Design Three Way Flanged Ball Valve (RB)

Class

#150

Two Piece Design Flanged Ball Valve (FB) (Fire Safe)

Class

#150

Two Piece Design Long Stem Flanged Ball Valve (RB)

Class

#150

One Piece Design Screwed Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150

Three Piece Design Forged Steel Ball Valve F/B & R/B in SE & SW A105

Class

#800

Three Piece Design OD Base Ball Valve

Class

#150

Three Piece Design Three Way S/E, S/W, B/W Ball Valve (RB)

Class

#150

Two Piece Design Flanged Ball Valve (RB)

Class

#150

Two Piece Design Long Stem Flanged End Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150

Pneumatically Actuated Ball Valve

Class

#150

Three Piece Design Long Stem Flanged End Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150

Three Piece Design S/E, S/W, B/W Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150

Three Piece Design Tri Clover End Ball Valve

Class

#150

Two Piece Design Flanged End Ball Valve (FB)

Class

#150