Ball Valve

Ball valves are quarter-turn on/off devices. A pivoting ball in the center of the valve controls the flow of liquid or gas media. The pivoting ball is known as a rotary ball, and it is designed with a hole (a bore) in the center. A stem on the top of the ball rotates the ball to open or close the valve. The stem can be turned using manual levers or automation.

Types of Ball Valve

Ball valves are available in following types

Floating Ball Valve
Trunnion Ball Valve
3-Way Ball Valve
Automatic Ball Valve

Specification of Pressure Gauge

Size : DN50 - DN1200 (2" - 48")
Class : PN-10 to PN-40, ANSI 150 to ANSI 2500, JIS 10K to JIS 20K
Full or Reduced BoreBolted bonnet or welded body designAnti-Blow out Stem
RF, RTJ, or BWAnti-Static DeviceCryogenic or High Temperature, Extended Stem
Copper AlloyHastelloy
Stainless SteelBrass
Nickel - copper alloy (Monel®)Nickel - iron alloy
SteelPlastic
Ball Valves can be used for different kinds of fluid services, as on/off stop-valves with bubble-tight shut off.
They are applicable in air, gaseous, and vapor systems, in addition to hydrocarbon systems.
They are useful for connecting instruments via instrument tubing.
Metal-seated ball valves are useful in both high-temperature and high-pressure applications.
Ball valves are easy to operate and cost-effective.
A multitude of types and configurations make it easy to find the right ball valve for your requirements.
Ball valves are more compact and lightweight than gate valves of the same rating and size.
Ball valves can be opened and closed very quickly, with bubble-tight sealing, even in high-pressure situations.

 

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