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Manual Low-Lead Metal Ball Valves

Manual Low-Lead Metal Ball Valves

Help maintain safe drinking conditions by using these NSF-certified ball valves in potable water lines. 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.

Thread Connection

Attach these valves to threaded pipe.

2-Piece Construction — Full Port

Brass Body — Brass Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Bronze Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Lead-Free Brass Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

2-Piece Construction — Standard Port

Bronze Body — Brass Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

3-Piece Construction — Full Port

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Bronze Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Premium Grade

The nickel-plated body on these valves withstands elevated temperatures and provides a polished finish.

2-Piece Construction — Full Port

Lead-Free Brass Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Hose Cap End

Screw on the attached cap to protect the threads when the valve is not in use. Good for drainage applications.

2-Piece — Full Port

Bronze Body — Brass Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Lever Handle

Sweat Connection

2-Piece — Standard Port

Bronze Body — Brass Ball — Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Lever Handle

Sweat Connection

Sweat Connection

Solder these valves into place for a strong bond in permanent installations.

2-Piece Construction — Full Port

Brass Body — Brass Ball — Lever Handle

Solder Connection

Bronze Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Lever Handle

Sweat Connection

Lead-Free Brass Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Lever Handle

Sweat Connection

2-Piece Construction — Standard Port

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Lever Handle

Sweat Connection

3-Piece Construction — Full Port

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Lever Handle

Sweat Connection

Standard Press Connection

Use a press tool to install these valves for a quick, secure connection on wet or dry pipe without soldering.

2-Piece Construction — Full Port

Brass Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Steel with Polyvinyl Grip Handle

Press Connection

Brass Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Steel with Polyvinyl Grip Handle

Press Connection

Bronze Body — Brass Ball — Steel with Polyvinyl Grip Handle

Press Connection

Bronze Body — Lead-Free Brass Ball — Therma-Seal Handle

Press Connection

Bronze Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Steel with Polyvinyl Grip Handle

Press Connection

Smart ProPress Connection

Identify unpressed connections during pressure testing with a quick glance at the specially designed connection feature of these valves. Install them with a press tool for a quick, secure connection on wet or dry pipe without soldering.

2-Piece — Full Port

Stainless Steel Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

Press Connection

Bronze Body — Stainless Steel Ball — Locking Lever Handle

NPT Connection

Press Connection

Push-to-Fit Connection

Insert copper, CPVC, or PEX pipe into these valves and the teeth within the collar will grip onto the pipe for a firm hold.

1-Piece Port — Full Port

Brass Body — Brass Ball — Steel Handle

Push Fit Connection

2-Piece Port — Full Port

Brass Body — Brass Ball — Steel Handle

Push Fit Connection

2-Piece Port — Standard Port

Brass Body — Brass Ball — Steel Handle

Push Fit Connection

PEX Connection

Slide PEX tubing onto these valves and their barbed ends will hold the tubing in place.

1-Piece Construction — Full Port

Brass Body — Brass Ball — Lever Handle

PEX Connection