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Plastic Gate Valves

Plastic Gate Valves

Avoid rust that can jam the handle and maintain better flow rates over time by using these plastic gate valves instead of metal ones. Plastic valves are less prone to buildup that can block pipes and are typically used in lower-pressure systems. Gate valves are also known as knife valves or slide valves, and they gradually turn flow on and off to avoid pipe damage from rapid pressure changes.

Drinking Water Certified

For use in potable (drinking) water lines, these valves meet low-lead requirements.

Non-Rising Stem

CPVC Body

Socket Weld Connection

NPT Connection

PVC Body

Socket Weld Connection

NPT Connection

PVC Body — Polypropylene Gate — PVC Seat

NPT Connection

Socket Connection

Acetal Body — Polypropylene Gate — PVC Seat

NPT Connection

Slice Gate for Slurries & Thick Fluids

Quickly open or close flow with a pull of the handle of these slice-gate style valves. They are designed for use with slurries and thick liquids, and you can easily take them apart for inline service.

Stainless Steel Stem — Class 125

ABS Body — Polypropylene Gate — Sarlink Seat

Slip Connection

PVC Body — 304 Stainless Steel Gate — Sarlink Seat

FPT Connection

MPT Connection

Slip Connection

Spigot Connection

PVC Body — Polypropylene Gate — Sarlink Seat

FPT Connection

Slip Connection

Spigot Connection