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Ball Check Valve Manufacturers and Suppliers

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As a leading worldwide company for measurement, control and regulation technology, Burkert engineers solutions for the dynamic challenges of water, steam, gases and other media applications. Burkert is the specialist you can trust for quality ball check valves. With decades of global experience, we offer a full range of quarter turn choices, among our efficient process products and systems.
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A-T Controls is a ball valve manufacturer, specializing in both automatic and manual valves. We produce 3 way ball valves-both threaded and flanged, actuated valves and sanitary valves. We serve industries such as HVAC, refining, mining and transportation with our high quality products.
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Asahi/America, Inc. ("Asahi"), is a diversified ISO9001 certified manufacturer and distributor of corrosion-resistant fluid flow products. These include a wide variety of thermoplastic valves, actuators, tubing systems, and single and double containment piping systems. These products are used for the control, transmission, and containment of corrosive fluids and high-purity liquids.
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For over 17 years, BNL Industries has been serving naval, commercial and nuclear markets with its quality check valves. We offer our own InLine non-gum-up, SlimLine axial flow, ThinLine and TwinLine check valves, which have simplified construction and leak-tight shutoff qualities.
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Apollo Valves manufactures Apollo® ball valves in bronze, carbon steel and stainless steel. We provide two-piece, three-piece and flanged style valves. We also offer 3 way ball valves and specialty valves. Apollo Valves delivers world-class performance for a range of applications.
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Ball Check Valves

Ball check valves are a type of ball valves where pressure from gases or liquids forces the ball to move. When the pressure from the fluid stops the ball the valve automatically closes. Ball check valves are two-port valves, meaning they have two openings in the body ­ one for fluid to enter and the other for fluid to leave. All ball-style check valves require gravity and reverse liquid pressure to reseal. Basic ball check valves have four parts: a body, or pipe; a ball; a valve seat; and a specially designed conical spring. The pressure created by the gases or liquids flowing through the body cause the ball to rise. The conical spring balances the volume of the flowing liquid or gas by counteracting the force caused by the rising ball. They are most often used in the plumbing industry and are designed to prevent water from flowing backward through the piping system, sump pumps and water heaters.  Ball check valves can be manufactured with stainless steel or brass among other materials.

Advances in ball valve manufacturing design and materials have significantly increased their popularity. In addition to their versatility, ball check valves are typically small, easy to use and inexpensive. The ball in the valve is typically constructed from metal, although it is also available in other materials as well to increase durability. Ball check valves have many useful applications such as sprinkler and other piping systems. Double ball check valves are often used as backflow prevention devices to keep potentially contaminated water from reentering municipal water supply lines. Ball check valves can handle high pressure and a large volume of fluids. Ball check valves are common in many household devices, such as liquid or gel mini-pump dispensers, spray devices, manual air pumps and dispensing syringes.



Ball Check Valves
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Ball Check Valves - Burkert Fluid Control Systems
Ball Check Valves - Burkert Fluid Control Systems






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