There are several different types of high pressure ball valves available, each designed to meet specific application requirements. Here are some common types:
1.Floating Ball Valve: In this type, the ball is held in place by two floating seats, which allow it to move and seal against the valve body. It is suitable for moderate to high pressure applications.
2.Trunnion Mounted Ball Valve: This type of valve has additional support from a trunnion, or a fixed shaft, which reduces the operating torque and enhances the valve's ability to withstand high pressure and large pipe sizes.
3.Top Entry Ball Valve: In a top entry ball valve, the ball and seats can be accessed from the top of the valve, allowing for easier maintenance and repair without removing the entire valve from the pipeline.
4.Split Body Ball Valve: Split body valves have a two or three-piece body construction, which enables easier installation and maintenance. The valve body is split horizontally, allowing access to internal components.
5.Metal-seated Ball Valve: Metal-seated ball valves are designed to withstand high temperatures, abrasive media, and severe service conditions. They feature metal-to-metal sealing between the ball and seats for improved durability.
6.Full Bore Ball Valve: In a full bore or full port ball valve, the bore diameter of the ball is the same as the pipeline, resulting in minimal flow restrictions and higher flow rates. It is suitable for applications where low pressure drop is critical.
7.Reduced Bore Ball Valve: In contrast to a full bore valve, a reduced bore ball valve has a smaller ball bore diameter than the pipeline. This type of valve is generally less expensive and suitable for applications with lower flow requirements.
8.V-port Ball Valve: V-port ball valves have a V-shaped ball, which allows for precise control of flow rates. They are commonly used in applications that require throttling or modulating flow control.
9.Three-Way Ball Valve: Three-way ball valves have three ports, allowing them to divert flow between different directions or combine flows from multiple sources. They offer versatility in controlling flow patterns.
These are some of the commonly available types of high pressure ball valves. The selection of the appropriate valve type depends on factors such as pressure rating, flow requirements, temperature, media compatibility, and application-specific needs.
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