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Ball valves are quarter-turn valves, which feature a cup-shaped opening and a hollow, punctured ball attached to a pivot. If the hole in the ball is aligned with the direction of flow then the valve is fully open, but when it is turned by 90 degrees, the flow can be shut off completely. The ball is typically controlled by a pivot handle, which provides an effective more

Ball valves are quarter-turn valves, which feature a cup-shaped opening and a hollow, punctured ball attached to a pivot. If the hole in the ball is aligned with the direction of flow then the valve is fully open, but when it is turned by 90 degrees, the flow can be shut off completely. The ball is typically controlled by a pivot handle, which provides an effective visual confirmation of the valve position: when it is fully on, the handle is parallel with the flow; when fully off, the handle is at right andles to the direction of flow. They are made from metal, which is sturdy and also a conductor, allowing unobstructed flow.

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