plastic pvc union ball valve

Size: 2″-8″
Body: UPVC,CPVC,PPH,PVDF,FRPP
Handle: ABS
Standard: GB,JIS,ANSI
Seat : EPDM,FPM
Connection method: wafer type
Top flange: ISO5211
Actuator: Handle, pneumatic, electric







    Category: Plastic valve

    Description

    Plastic pvc union ball valve

    Introducing our advanced Union Ball Valve, a high-performance valve solution expertly designed for exceptional flow control and durability in a wide array of industrial and commercial applications. This cutting-edge valve is skillfully engineered with a true union design that enables quick and easy installation, maintenance, and replacement, significantly reducing downtime and boosting productivity.

    Our True Union Ball Valves features a precision ball mechanism that ensures excellent sealing capabilities, minimal pressure drops, and optimal process efficiency. The valve’s robust construction, available in various materials such as PVC, CPVC, or PVDF, offers outstanding resistance to wear, corrosion, and chemical attack, making it suitable for use with a diverse range of media.

    Available in multiple sizes and configurations, our True ball valve with union  can be customized to meet your specific process requirements. Its compact design and straightforward installation make it an excellent choice for both new installations and retrofit projects. With its versatility, this valve is ideal for applications in industries such as chemical processing, water treatment, HVAC, and more.

    Experience the advantages of our True Union pvc Ball Valves for your industrial or commercial application, and enjoy the benefits of a reliable, efficient, and long-lasting solution. Trust in the expertise of our dedicated team, who are always available to provide technical support and guidance in selecting the right valve for your needs. Choose our True Union Ball Valve today and ensure the optimal performance of your processes for years to come.

    Size: 1/2″-4″
    Body: UPVC,CPVC,PPH,PVDF,FRPP
    Handle: ABS
    Standard: GB,JIS,ANSI
    Seat : EPDM,FPM
    Connection method: Union, Socket, Thread, Flange, Butt welding
    Top flange: ISO5211
    Actuator: Handle, pneumatic actuator, electric actuator


    FAQs

    What is a PVC ball valve?

    A PVC ball valve is a sophisticated type of valve made from polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. It’s most commonly used for controlling the flow of liquids, gases, and slurries. The ball within the valve features a bore through its center, which creates an effective seal when it is closed. When you rotate the handle on top of the ball 90° in either direction, the bore opens up allowing materials to flow freely through it into their desired destination.

    PVC Ball Valves can also be described by classification based upon their end connections: socket (for connecting pipes), threaded (for securing caps) and flanged (used when greater stability is required). On each type there will typically also be two handles which allows for easy operation in turning off/on water supply by just rotating them 90° – clockwise for ‘open’ and anticlockwise for ‘closed’ position respectively.

    What materials are plastic ball valves made of?

    Plastic ball valves are made from a wide variety of thermoplastic materials such as PVC, CPVC, PTFE (Teflon), polypropylene (PP) and PVDF. Each material offers unique advantages and applications for use in different environments.

    What are the applications of PVC plastic ball valves?

    PVC plastic ball valves are widely used in many industrial applications, ranging from water treatment to agricultural irrigation. They are particularly advantageous for certain processes because of their resistance to corrosion and chemical degradation, as well as their reliable and durable construction.

    One of the most common applications for PVC ball valves is the control of water flow in industrial settings. These types of valves have a rotational stem with a spherical surface that either obstructs or allows the fluid inside it depending on its position. By turning this stem, engineers can start and stop flow through pipelines easily, making these valves ideal for regulating how much liquid is passed through at any given moment.