Brass ball valve

Brass ball valve

Introduction of Brass ball valve

This ball valve is primarily used to permit and stop media flow. It can be controlled either manually or automatically through an actuator. This valve type is made from the combination of copper and zinc. This gives the valve enhanced flexibility. Just like bronze, brass has high malleability, which means it is easy to forge or cast. A brass ball valve also has a high resistance to corrosion. However, it is not well-suited for process media containing high levels of chlorine.

While it is more expensive than bronze, brass has a high melting point. This makes the valve work well in applications that deal with really high temperatures. A brass ball valve is often used in natural gas lines but is also suitable for other industrial applications. XHVAL provides more well-performanced ball valves for your applications.


Design and Manufacturing Standards
API 6D, API 608,ASME B16.34,ISO 17292,BS5351;
Face to Face Standards
ASME B16.10,BS 558,BS12982,ISO 5752;
Flange Dimension Standards
ASME B 16.5, ASME B16.47,ASME B16.25,ASME B16.11,BS 12627;
Pressure Test Standards
API598 ,API 6D ,BS12569;
Fire Safety Test Standards
Quality/Product Certifications
Fugitive Emissions
ISO 15848-1,API 622;
NACE MR 0175
Valve operator options
Handwhel, Worm Gear,Electric actuator, Pneumatic actuator,Hydraulic Actuator;

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