Ball valves for plumbing, hydronic applications

The ProPEX Lead-free (LF) Brass Commercial Ball Valves are designed for plumbing and hydronic distribution applications and feature blow-out-proof stems and are available with stem extension kits.

11/14/2014


The ProPEX Lead-free (LF) Brass Commercial Ball Valves are designed for plumbing and hydronic distribution applications and feature blow-out-proof stems and are available with stem extension kits. Courtesy: UponorUponor's code-listed ProPEX Lead-free (LF) Brass Commercial Ball Valves are designed for PEX-to-PEX connections in plumbing and hydronic distribution applications. The full-port valves are available in sizes from ½ to 2 in. and feature blow-out-proof stems and are available with stem extension kits to accommodate up to 2-in. of insulation in insulated piping applications. The valves feature stem extension kits to accommodate up to 2-in. of insulation in insulated piping applications. Additionally, both ends of the valves are manufactured with the ProPEX fitting system for expansion connections that cannot be dry fit.

Uponor

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