Assured Automation Datasheets for Ball Valves

Ball valves are quarter-turn, straight-through valves that have a round closure element with matching rounded seats that permit uniform sealing stress. The valve gets its name from the ball that rotates to open and close the valve. Ball valves are used in situations where tight shut-off is required. They are wide duty valves, able to transfer gases, liquids and liquids with suspended solids (slurries). Ball valves provide tight shut-off and characterizable control. They have high rangeability due to the design of the regulating element and few complications from side loads typical of butterfly or globe valves.
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Product Name Notes
Description: The 31D is a 3-way, brass ball valve. It can be equipped with a manual handle or with direct mount pneumatic or electric actuators. The direct mount actuators eliminate...
Description: The 33D is a full port, 3-way, 316 stainless steel, NPT threaded end diverter valve. It can be equipped with a manual handle or with direct mount pneumatic or...
Description: The 21 series manual ball valves are full port, 316 stainless steel, NPT threaded manual ball valves. They are equipped with a manual handle with a locking device. Features...
Description: The 26 is a full port, 316 stainless steel, NPT threaded end automated ball valve. It can be equipped with a manual handle or with direct mount pneumatic or...
Description: The XLB is a PFA lined, Ductile Iron, ANSI Class 150 flanged Full Port Ball Valve. It can be equipped with a manual handle or with pneumatic or electric...
Assured Automation’s 150F and 300F series ball valves offer a unique design that is ideal for process and petrochemical applications. Features & Benefits Floating ball and protected seat design O-ring...
Description: The 282 series manual ball valves are full port, brass, manual ball valves. They are available with NPT Female, NPT Male x Female, and Solder end connections. Four different...
Description: The 101 is a full port, brass, NPT threaded end actuated ball valve. It can be equipped with a manual handle or with direct mount pneumatic or electric actuators.
Description: The 36 is a full port, 316 stainless steel, 3 piece ball valve. It is available with threaded ends (36N), socket weld ends (36S), quick clamp ends (36C) or...
Description: The PTP Series 3-Way Ball Valves can be used for flow diverting, mixing, or on/off isolation. They will replace a Tee + 2 valve linkage assembly at reduced cost...
One Piece Stem/Ball Trunnion Support Design provides for precision operation and positioning of the ball. This precise ball positioning is often not possible in more common multi-piece stem ball design.
The 250 series automated ball valves are full port, lead free brass, automated ball valves. They have NPT Female, end connections. Features & Benefits Full port ball drilling for unrestricted...
The 282 LF Series manual ball valves are full port, lead free brass, manual ball valves. They are available with NPT Female, and Solder end connections. Four different manual handle...
The Assured Automation HPF Series 3-piece Ball Valves are superior quality, rugged, and universal purpose valves for all fluids. Ideal for saturated or superheated steam, slurries, semi-solids, and corrosive services...
The P2 Series Ball Valves offer a variety of advanced features such as the patented seat stop carrier, a high quality stem and ball support system, and a multifunctional locking...
The SM series motorized brass ball valves are ideal for HVAC and industrial on/off and modulating applications. The quarter turn ball valve features a unique direct mount system that allows...
The V-Series Modulating Ball Valves are designed for control of your flow media. Options include 4-20 MA, 3-15 PSI and are available in ½" through 4" Sizes. Various end connections...
Thermally activated Emergency Isolation Valves (EIVs) are critical components in refinery, terminal and distribution safety systems. Thermal activated shutoffs work like fuses in the piping that carries extracted fuels. When...