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Manual Fire-Safe Metal Ball Valves

Manual Fire-Safe Metal Ball Valves

Help keep dangerous fluids contained during a fire event with these valves. Their metal construction typically withstands higher temperatures and pressures than plastic valves. Turn the valve lever to rotate the ball to start or stop flow.

General Purpose

Isolate potentially unsafe fluids and prevent the spread of fire with these valves. Made of steel, they are resistant to wear and can handle water and steam, as well as some gases and oils.

2-Piece Construction — Standard Port

Bronze Body — Chrome Plated Carbon Steel Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Carbon Steel Body — Chrome Plated Carbon Steel Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Industrial Unibody Design

The unibody design allows these valves to be removed without releasing potentially dangerous pressures.

1-Piece Construction — Full Port

Stainless Steel Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

1-Piece Construction — Standard Port

Stainless Steel Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Corrosion Resistant

Full stainless steel construction provides enhanced resistance to corrosion.

3-Piece Construction — Standard Port

Carbon Steel Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

3-Piece Construction — Full Port

Carbon Steel Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Nickel Alloy Body — Nickel Alloy Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Stainless Steel Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Socket Connection