Valves • Ball Valves • Plastic Ball Valves

Designed for medium-duty industrial and commercial applications within the air, water, beverage, chemical, mixing, and sampling industries; plastic ball valves are resistant to rust and can survive corrosive environments. Plastic ball valves include: true union ball valves; proportional control valves; pneumatic and electric actuated valves; pipeline strainers; basket strainers; and Y-strainers. Plastic valve body styles include two-way, three-way, inline, right-angle, and panel-mounted. Plastic valves typically come in PVC bodies and feature a full-port design

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  • The Specialty Mfg. Co. (SMC)

    SMC is a manufacturer of plastic ball valves. Features include hose barb, pipe thread (NPT), Jaco, push-fit and socket end configurations; polypropylene, PVC, nylon and PVDF (Kynar) materials; ethylene propylene, Buna-N and fluoroelastomer (Viton) seal materials; for water beverage, air, mixing and sampling, and chemical applications. Types include two-way right angle, two-way, three-way trunnion, three-way and T-Link plastic ball valves.

  • Simtech USA

    Simtech is a provider of plastic ball valves in many configurations. They offer manually actuated, pneumatically actuated and electrically actuated true union plastic ball valves, as well as true union and true union three way plastic ball valves with locking handles. Simtech also provides manual compact molded in place and two piece molded in place plastic ball valves.

  • U.S. Plastic Corp.

    US Plastic carries valves from many manufacturers, including 2-way, 3-way and true unnion types. Plastic ball valves offered include PVC, compact PVC, PVC ball metering, PVC compression stop, PVC industrial and PVC single entry industrial, and PVC utility ball valves.

  • Industrial Specialties Mfg.

    Industrial Specialties offers over a dozen types of plastic ball valves in many configurations, including panel mount, right-angle, acetal, polypropylene, trunnion, 2-way, 3-way and more. There is a series of economical plastic ball valves available as well. Acetal ball valves come with push-in and male NPT end options. Trunnion plastic ball valves offer a maximum operating pressure of 125 psi and a 140° F maximum operating temperature.

  • Parker Hannifin Corp.

    Parker makes PFA and PTFE ball valves, with PTFE wetted construction and HDPE, PVDF, and PVC non-wetted construction, with a 25 degree HG vacuum to 0 - 120 PSIG, and ambient temperature ranges from -60F to 176F and fluid temperature ranges from -60 to 400F.

  • offers plastic ball valves, including true union type and 4-bolt, 6-bolt, and 8-bolt type, made of polypropylene. Their true union valves operate up to 125PSI at 140F, with EPDM seals (Viton or Buna optional), T-handle, and multiple O-ring seals. Their X-series bolt valves have Viton O-rings and Teflon self-lubricating stem bushings and seats.

  • Thermoplastic Valves, Inc. (TVI)

    Thermoplastic Valves Inc. manufactures four plastic ball valve types: strong union, compact, ball check and safety block. The company's compact 1/2"-4" ball valves are available with socket, threaded end connections, while the safety block valves are available in true union or standard 4" design. The 1/2" - 4" ball check valves require less than 1 psi to open, and the 6" strong union valves are flanged type with a three-piece body design.


  • Assured Automation

    Assured Automation offers the PBV Series PVC plastic ball valves. These are full port, PVC or CPVC thermoplastic automated ball valves with NPT and socket weld end caps. Materials include PTFE seats, Viton or EPDM seals, and PVC or CPVC bodies, balls and stems. Actuators are available in electric, pneumatic or manual handle. Typical applications include seawater, corrosive liquids, pollution control, process control, bottle dispensing and chemical process equipment.

  • Plast-O-Matic Valves, Inc.

    Plast-O-Matic manufactures manual ball valves in CPVC, PVC, Polypro and PVDF. Design advantages include large diameter shafts to eliminate stem breakage, double shaft O-rings, and PTFE shaft bearings to eliminate friction and wear. These plastic ball valves are now available in 3' and 4" sizes and are pressure rated at 175 PSI (11,91 BAR).

  • Hayward Flow Control

    Hayward makes plastic true union manual ball valves, with a full port design and double stem seals, with reversible PTFE seats. These valves come in sizes from 1/4" to 6", made of PCV, Corzan, CPVC, and PPL, with an optional 2" square operating nut, stem extensions, spring return handle, valve safe lockout, and more.

  • Capital Rubber Corp.

    Capital Rubber Corporation offers polypropylene ball valves, in sizes from 1/2" to 4", in 6-bolt or 4-bolt types, with standard NPT thread female ends. They are also available upon request with Male x Female NPT ends, 4-bolt flanged ends, cam lock male x NPT female ends, and are in full port style.

  • Flowserve

    Flowserve is a supplier of control and and quarter turn-type plastic ball valves manufactured by Atomac, Worcestor Controls, NAVAL, Valtek, NAF, and Noble Alloy.

  • Green Leaf, Inc.

    Green Leaf Incorporated makes plastic ball valves with precision machined ball and multiple O=ring seals, and come in sizes from 1/2" to 4", in true union, 3-way, bolt (4 and 6 bolt types), and nozzle style valves. Their single union valves offer PTFE seats and EPDM seals.

  • Georg Fischer Piping Systems

    Georg Fischer manufactures manual and actuated plastic ball valves. The company's line of manual ball valves are available in true union, true union metering, and laboratory ball cock design. The line of electrically and pneumatically-actuated, plastic ball valves are available in 3-way construction.

  • EVSCO, Inc.

    EVSCO manufactures crossover, 4- and 5-way plastic ball valves intended to be an alternative solution to true union plastic ball valves. The company's ball valve alternative  features manual, electric or pneumatic actuation; and is available in 1/8", 1/4" 3/8", 1/2", 3/4", 1 1/2", and 2" FNPT sizes.

  • KTH Sales

    KTH Sales offers banjo plastic polypropylene ball valves, including bolted ball valves with female NPT connections in sizes of 1/2" to 4", 3-way ball valves in sizes from 3/4" to 2" in bottom and side port versions, with Viton o-rings, and single union ball valves in sizes from 1/2" to 2" with female NPT threads, PTFE seals, and max pressure of 100 PSI.

  • Colonial Engineering, Inc.

    Colonial Valve manufactures a line of thermoplastic ball valves for industrial process piping, water treatment, pool/spa, commercial plumbing and irrigation applications. The company's plastic ball valve types include: true union, slo-close, single union, compact, two-piece compact, molded in place commercial (MIP), industrial MIP, and multi-port.

  • Murray Equipment, Inc

    Murray Equipment Inc. offers Banjo polypropylene 1/4 turn ball valves, with Viton o-rings and Teflon seats, with max operating pressure of 125psi at 70F/75psi at 150F. Sizes range from 1/2" to 3" with delivery spout, standard port, or full-port.

  • Rittenhouse

    Rittenhouse makes Banjo plastic ball valves, including 3-way ball valves for bottom and side loading with max PSI of 100, made of polypropylene, single union polyprop ball valves with max operating pressure of 100psi at 70F, and polypropylene bolted ball valves, with max psi of 150, FKM seals, and PTFE self-lubricating stem buildings.

  • F.W. Webb Co.

    F.W. Webb Co. supplies industrial plastic ball valves manufactured by a number of companies including: Jamesbury Inc., Asahi/America, Hayward, +GF+, George Fischer, SPears, Plastomatic, SMC, and Xomax.