Plumbing Valves Supply
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From check valves to gate valves, we've got it all! Our selection features these and more types of valves:
Plumbing ball valves are used to regulate the flow of water, natural gas, or steam. Ball valves are composed of two ports that when open allow for a full flow of liquid or gas to pass through them. When closed, the ball valve is completely shut off from the rest of the system.
Check valves regulate access. They are designed to prevent the flow of liquid or gas in one direction while allowing it to pass in the other. Check valves help keep liquids flowing in one direction and prevent backflow into a system.
Gate valves are most commonly used to regulate the flow of water in a plumbing system. They are designed with a gate-like structure that rests across an opening, allowing for varying degrees of flow when opened or closed. The more open the valve is, the larger the flow rate will be.
Globe valves are often used in high-pressure systems because they can accurately control the flow of liquids and gases. They work by using a spherical disc to regulate the flow rate. As the valve is opened, the disc rises, allowing for more pressure to pass through it. When closed, the valve creates a seal that prevents any liquid or gas from passing through it.
Stop valves are designed to stop the flow of liquids or gases in a plumbing system. Stop valves are usually used in residential and commercial settings to control water supply, as well as gas and steam lines. These valves work by utilizing a plunger that seals off the flow of liquid or gas when closed so it won't drain out.