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No-Lead Brass Ball Valve

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Product Summary

A no-Lead Brass Ball Valve 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.

Because of the nature of the ball valve, it does not work well in situations in which fine control of the valve is needed, such as the valve that controls the throttle in a car. However, a ball valve works very well for situations in which a flow needs to be completely shut off, such as the shut-off valve on the main water line in your house. Ball valves also do not tend to develop problems if they are not used for long periods of time; they will still work perfectly when needed again.

The material of no-Lead Brass Ball Valve is no-lead brass. Brass is a buttery yellow alloy of zinc and copper which has been manufactured for thousands of years in many parts of the world. The uses of brass vary depending on the percentages of zinc and copper, and which other metals have been added to alloy to bring out specific properties, but they include cartridge cases for weapons, pipes, and weather-stripping, decorative accents on homes, musical instruments, and household ornaments. The color of the alloy will also vary, depending on the amount of zinc: brass gets lighter in color with additional zinc, and can reach a pale yellow stage.

Basic brass has approximately 67% copper and 33% zinc, making it stronger and more durable than copper, although not as strong as metals like steel. Alloys with even less zinc

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