Ball Valves

A Ball Valve is a quarter-turn rotational valve featuring a hollow, perforated, and pivoting ball mechanism designed to regulate the flow of fluids. Recognized for its widespread application and versatility, this valve is esteemed for its simplicity, durability, and dependable performance. The valve gets its name from the spherical-shaped ball inside the body, which has a hole (bore) drilled through its center. When the hole lines up with the water, the valve is open, letting the water through. Turn the ball 90 degrees, and the hole blocks the water, closing the valve.

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Explore our top-quality ASTM A351 CF8M ball valve, meticulously crafted to adhere to API 6D standards, ensuring reliable performance in diverse industrial applications. With a size of 8 x 6 inches, this valve operates efficiently under Class 300 LB pressure conditions, making it suitable for various medium to high-pressure environments. It features a robust metal seat design and comes in a three-piece construction with a bolted bonnet, guaranteeing durability and ease of maintenance for long-term use.


Explore our trunnion ball valve meticulously crafted from forged carbon steel ASTM A105N, adhering to API 6D standards. With a substantial size of 16 x 14 inches, it operates under Class 900 LB pressure conditions, ensuring robust performance even in demanding environments. The valve features RTJ ends, ensuring secure and leak-free connections for your industrial applications.


Presenting our extended stem ball valve crafted from ASTM A350 LF2 forged carbon steel, designed to API 6D standards. With a size of 14 inches (DN350) and a pressure rating of Class 150 LB (PN20), this trunnion-type valve ensures reliable performance in demanding applications. Featuring a 3-piece construction and RF ends, it offers robustness and versatility for various industrial needs.


We offer ASTM B148 C95800 ball valves built to API 6D standards, featuring a 10 x 8-inch size and a Class 150 LB rating. Crafted from cast aluminum bronze, these 2-piece body valves employ a trunnion design with a side-entry configuration and soft seating for optimal performance and longevity in various industrial settings.


Our 2-piece trunnion ball valve, crafted from ASTM A216 WCB in accordance with API 6D standards, boasts a size of 16 inches and operates at a pressure rating of Class 150 LB. It comes equipped with RF flanged ends, ensuring reliable performance and durability for a wide range of industrial applications.


Introducing our ASTM A182 F51 Floating Ball Valve, forged from stainless steel for durability. Compliant with API 6D standards, it's designed for reliable performance. Sized at 6 x 4 inches with a Class 150 LB rating, it ensures efficient flow control. Featuring reduced bore, three-piece body, RPTFE seat, and RF ends, our ball valve guarantees secure sealing and connection.


Introducing our Metal Seated Ball Valve, constructed from ASTM A350 LF3 material in accordance with API 6D standards. With a size of 16 inches and a Class 600 LB rating, this valve ensures reliable performance in demanding conditions. It features fire-safe and anti-static properties, making it suitable for critical applications where safety is paramount. Trust in our Metal Seated Ball Valve for robust and dependable flow control.


Discover our metal-seated floating ball valves meticulously crafted in our factory. Manufactured to API 6D standards, these valves feature ASTM A182 F304 construction, ensuring robustness and corrosion resistance. With a diameter of DN25 (1 inch) and a pressure rating of PN16 (Class 150 LB), they offer reliable performance in various applications. The 2-piece forged body design enhances durability, while anti-static and fire-safe features ensure safety and compliance with industry standards.


Discover our range of metal-seated floating ball valves designed for high-performance applications. Crafted from ASTM A182 F316L stainless steel and compliant with API 6D standards, these valves ensure reliable operation. With a size of 3/4 inch (DN20) and a pressure rating of Class 300 LB (PN50), they are suitable for demanding environments. Featuring a 2-piece forged body, extended bonnet, and RF ends, these valves offer durability and precision in fluid control systems.


Discover our fully welded carbon steel ball valves, manufactured to DIN EN 10217-2 ST 37.8 standards. With a robust 16-inch (DN400) size and a Class 300 LB (PN25) rating, these valves are designed for high-pressure applications. Featuring a trunnion design and equipped with soft seats, they ensure reliable sealing and minimal maintenance. Additionally, they offer double block and bleed functionality, enhancing safety and performance in critical processes.

The Essential Components of a Ball Valve

Body: The outer shell that contains all the internal components. It can be made of various materials, including brass, stainless steel, cast iron, and plastic, depending on the application.
Ball: The spherical disc inside the valve that controls the flow. The ball is typically made of metal and has a hole drilled through its center.
Bore: The opening through the center of the ball. When the bore is aligned with the pipeline, it allows the fluid to flow through. When it is perpendicular to the pipeline, it blocks the flow.
Seat: The sealing surface that ensures a tight shut-off when the valve is closed. Seats are often made of materials like PTFE (Teflon) or metal.
Stem: The rod that connects the actuator (the handle or lever) to the ball. The stem transmits the rotational motion from the actuator to the ball, allowing for control of the flow.
Actuator: The mechanism that controls the movement of the ball. Actuators can be manual (hand-operated), pneumatic (air-operated), electric, or hydraulic, depending on the application and the level of automation required.

Common Types of Ball Valves

There are several types of ball valves, each designed to meet specific requirements based on factors such as flow control, pressure, and application. Here are some common types of ball valves:
Floating Ball Valve
The ball in a floating ball valve is not fixed in place; it is free to move within the valve body. Sealing is achieved by the pressure of the fluid against the ball and the downstream seat. This type of ball valve is suitable for low to moderate pressure applications.
Trunnion Mounted Ball Valve
In trunnion mounted ball valves, the ball is supported by trunnions (fixed shafts) at the top and bottom. This design reduces the operating torque and is suitable for high-pressure and large-diameter applications, offering increased stability and reliability.
Top-Entry Ball Valve
In top-entry ball valves, the body can be opened from the top, providing easy access to internal components for maintenance and repair. This type of ball valve is suitable for applications where in-line maintenance is crucial.
V-Port Ball Valve
V-port ball valves have a V-shaped ball orifice, allowing for more precise control of flow, ideal for applications requiring modulating control, such as in the control of fluids with varying flow rates.
Three-Way Ball Valve
Three-way ball valves have three ports and can be used to divert or mix flows. Common configurations include L-port (diverting) and T-port (mixing) valves. This type of ball valve is typically used in applications where flow direction needs to be changed or combined.
Full Bore (Full Port) Ball Valve
In a full bore ball valve, the ball has a bore diameter that is the same as the pipeline, providing maximum flow capacity. It reduces friction loss and allows for easy pigging (cleaning) of pipelines, commonly used in applications where high flow rates are critical.
Reduced Bore (Reduced Port) Ball Valve
In contrast to the full bore design, a reduced bore ball valve has a smaller bore diameter. This design restricts the flow but is often more economical and suitable for applications where reduced flow is acceptable.

Why Choosing Ball Valves?

Ball valves offer several advantages, making them a popular choice in various industries. Here are some of the key advantages of ball valves:
Quick Operation: Quarter-turn operation for rapid opening and closing.

Reliable Sealing: Provides a tight seal, minimizing leakage.

Versatility: Suitable for a wide range of applications, from low to high-pressure systems.

Durable: Resistant to wear and tear due to the simplicity of design.

Low Maintenance: Fewer components and easy maintenance make them cost-effective.

The Applications of Ball Valves

Ball valves find applications in a wide range of industries and systems due to their versatility, efficiency, and reliability. Here are some common applications of ball valves:

1. Industrial Processes: Chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical industries.
2. Water and Wastewater Treatment: Municipal and industrial water treatment plants.

3. Oil and Gas: Upstream, midstream, and downstream applications.

4. HVAC Systems: Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.

5. Marine Industry: Shipbuilding and offshore applications.
Ball valves are a crucial component in fluid control systems, providing efficient and reliable performance across various industries. The specific type of ball valve chosen depends on the application requirements, such as pressure, temperature, and flow rate.