1/2 inch (DN15) stainless steel three way ball valve can provide L port and T port, BSP, BSPT and NPT thread standard and SS 304/316 material, ideal for chemical, petrochemical, oil, gas and HVAC industry.
- Model: ATO-Q14/15F-63/1000WOG(C/P/R)
- Size: 1/2 inch (15mm)
- Connection Method: Thread
- Threaded Ends: BSP, BSPT, NPT
- Port: T Port/L Port
- Mounting Pad: ISO5211
- Working Pressure: 1.6MPa
- Temperature Range: -20℃～180℃
- Weight: About 0.57kg
- Material: 304/316 Stainless Steel
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3-way ball valves are used in a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, chemical processing, HVAC, and water treatment. They are suitable for applications where precise control of fluid or gas flow is required, and where the ability to divert or mix the flow is important.
Tips: What is a 3 way ball valve?
A 3-way ball valve is a type of valve that has three ports, an inlet port, an outlet port, and a third port that can be used to divert or mix the flow of fluid or gas. The valve's body has a hollow ball with a hole through its center, which can be rotated to control the flow of media through the valve. The ball has a bore that is lined with a sealing material such as PTFE, which provides a tight seal when the valve is closed. The valve can be actuated manually, electrically, or pneumatically to control the flow of media.
There are two common configurations of 3-way ball valves: T-port and L-port. In a T-port configuration, the ball has a "T" shaped bore, which allows flow between the inlet port and either the outlet port or the third port. In an L-port configuration, the ball has an "L" shaped bore, which allows flow between the inlet port and either the outlet port or the third port, as well as between the outlet port and the third port.
3-way ball valves are used in a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, chemical processing, HVAC, and water treatment. They are often used in applications where precise control of fluid or gas flow is required, and where the ability to divert or mix the flow is important.