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Product Summary

A ball valve with strainer is a kind of ball valve mounted on a strainer. A basket strainer is a device which acts as a filter for a flow of liquid or slurry. Large particles are trapped in the strainer and not allowed to continue through the system. There are a number of uses for such devices, ranging from household kitchens to industrial facilities, and they come in a range of sizes and designs. Many hardware stores carry basic basket strainers and can order special items by request. Manufacturers are also capable of filling custom orders for unique situations.

A ball valve, one type of quarter turn valve, is quite literally a ball placed in a passageway through which fluid flows. The ball has a hole through it, by which the valve opens and closes. When the ball is positioned so that the hole runs the same direction as the passageway, the fluid simply flows through the hole, and the valve is open. However, when the ball is positioned so that the hole is perpendicular to the passageway, the fluid cannot pass through, and the valve is closed. The ball is controlled from outside the valve, often with a handle that is turned 90 degrees, or a quarter turn, back and forth to open and close the valve.

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