Manual Ball Valves
Ball valves are widely used for controlling the flow of fluids in industrial and commercial piping systems. The tight shut-off feature of these valves makes them particularly suited for flow control applications in high pressure and high-temperature conditions. They are commonly used in catalytic reforming, refining, power, marine, petrochemical, and process industries. Design engineers developing valves for demanding applications should match the performance of the valve's component elements with the required flow, temperature, and pressure conditions. Carefully designed high pressure and high-temperature ball valves can sustain temperatures as high as 400°F and elevated pressures up to 10,000 psi.
Explore Ball Valves
- Direct flange-to-flange replacement for standard ball valves.
- Adaptable to a wide range of process applications: low to high temperatures; clean to dirty service; on-off to control.
- Field performance rivals traditional and specialized ball valves.