Your Trusted Stainless Steel Ball Valve Manufacturer

By providing a one-stop solution, INOXCN makes building your brand easy for your stainless steel ball valve production.

Standard & Custom Designs Available

INOXCN offers stainless steel threaded, flanged, or solder ball valves, manually or automatically actuated.

Just choose any models you prefer for your business, and we will take care of the rest.

Ball Valve

1 Piece Stainless Steel Ball Valve

2 Piece Stainless Steel Ball Valve

3 Piece Stainless Steel Ball Valve

Ball Valve

Mini Stainless Steel Ball Valve

Flanged Stainless Steel Ball Valve

3-way stainless steel ball valve

3-way stainless steel ball valve

3 Piece Ball Valve With FRL Unit

Stainless Steel Ball Valve With FRL Unit

Stainless Steel 3 Way Clamp Ball Valve with Actuator

stainless steel Ball Valve with Actuator

Why Choose Stainless steel ball valves for your business?

Versatility

Stainless steel ball valves are available in a range of sizes, pressure ratings, and connection types, making them suitable for use in a variety of applications.

Durability

Stainless steel ball valves are highly resistant to wear and tear and can withstand harsh environments, making them suitable for use in a wide range of industries.

Ease of maintenance

Stainless steel ball valves are easy to maintain and can be disassembled and reassembled easily for cleaning and repair.

Long lifespan

Due to their durability and corrosion resistance, stainless steel ball valves have a long lifespan and can last for many years with proper maintenance.

Cost-effective

While stainless steel ball valves may have a higher initial cost compared to other types of valves, their long lifespan and low maintenance requirements make them a cost-effective choice in the long run.

Hygienic

Stainless steel is a hygienic material that is resistant to bacteria and other contaminants, making it ideal for use in the food and pharmaceutical industries.

Getting Your Own Branded Stainless Steel Valves Can Be Easy

Reasons to Choose INOXCN as Your Stainless Steel Valve Supplier

1. Trouble-Free

INOXCN provides one-stop professional solutions from model customization to packaging design and production. We take care of all the troubles so you can focus on building your brand and establishing your sales channels.

Valve Quality Assurance

2. Quality Assurance

We carry out the three-step inspection:

  • raw material inspection,
  • process inspection,
  • finished product inspection

you can be confident that you are getting a high-quality product that will stand the test of time

Valve CNC Machines

3. Strict Production Control

INOXCN designs and manufactures stainless steel ball valves according to GB、API、ANSI、BS regulations to ensure the best quality for your orders.

Valve Production Team
Valve Production Team
Valve Production Team

4. Experienced R&D Team

We have a team of experts with a deep understanding of the product and its various applications. This can be particularly useful for you who need guidance on selecting the right valve for your specific needs.

You can trust us with all certifications shown below

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Effective Production Process of Your Customized Stainless Steel Valves

INOXCN believes quality is always the key to success, which includes a responsible approach to manufacturing and controlling the whole process.

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1. Design

2. Pattern Making

3. Pilot Casting

4. Raw Material Control

5. Casting

6. Heat Treatment

7. Parts Inspection

8. CNC Machining

9. Sample Inspection

10. In-Process Inspection

11. Hardfacing

12. Lapping

13. Cleaning

14. Assembly

15. Painting

16. Packing

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Key Part of Quality Management and Assurance

INOXCN testing department makes sure every batch of valves produced goes through rigorous testing.

Reduce any risk from the production process.

Hardness Testing

Spectrochemical Analysis

Pressure Testing

Material and Surface Testing

Impact Testing

Tensile Testing

Three-dimensional Coordinates

Mass Production Inspection

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More About Ball Valves

Table of Contents

Ball Valve Types

1 piece ball valve

A 1 piece ball valve consists of a ball-shaped valve that rotates within a valve body to open and close the flow of a liquid or gas. The ball has a hole through the center, which is aligned with the inlet and outlet ports of the valve when the ball is rotated to the open position. When the ball is rotated to the closed position, the hole is perpendicular to the inlet and outlet ports, effectively blocking the flow of the fluid.

The ball is held in place by a stem that is connected to a handle or actuator. When the handle is turned, it rotates the stem, which in turn rotates the ball to open or close the valve. Some 1 piece ball valves also have a locking mechanism to prevent the handle from being accidentally turned or tampered with.

1 piece ball valves are known for their durability, reliability, and ease of use. They are commonly used in a variety of applications, including water treatment, oil and gas, chemical processing, and more.

2 piece ball valve

A 2-piece ball valve consists of two separate halves that are joined together by bolts or screws. The ball inside the valve is connected to a handle, which allows it to rotate and open or close the valve.

When the ball valve is in the closed position, the ball is rotated so that it is perpendicular to the flow of the fluid. The ball has a hole running through its center, and when it is in the closed position, this hole is blocked off by the walls of the valve, preventing any fluid from passing through.

When the ball valve is in the open position, the ball is rotated so that the hole is in line with the flow of the fluid. This allows the fluid to pass through the valve and continue on its path.

The advantage of a 2-piece ball valve is that it is relatively simple and inexpensive to manufacture, and it can be easily disassembled and repaired if necessary. It is commonly used in a variety of industrial and domestic applications, including water supply systems, heating and cooling systems, and fuel lines.

3 piece ball valve

A 3 piece ball valve consists of three main parts: the ball, the stem, and the body.

The ball is a spherical piece with a hole through the center. It is usually made of metal or plastic and sits inside the body of the valve. The stem is a rod that connects the ball to the handle or actuator, which is used to open or close the valve.

When the valve is closed, the ball is positioned so that the hole is perpendicular to the flow of the fluid. When the valve is opened, the stem rotates and moves the ball so that the hole is parallel to the flow of the fluid, allowing the fluid to pass through.

The body of the valve is typically made of metal or plastic and contains the ball and stem. It also has inlet and outlet ports that connect to the pipeline or system in which the valve is installed.

3 way ball valve

A 3-way ball valve is a type of valve that allows fluid to flow in three different directions. It consists of a ball with a hole or passage through the middle, which is controlled by a handle or lever. When the handle is turned to the first position, the ball is aligned with the first port (inlet) and the second port (outlet), allowing fluid to flow from the inlet to the outlet. When the handle is turned to the second position, the ball is aligned with the second port and the third port, allowing fluid to flow from the outlet to the third port. When the handle is turned to the third position, the ball is aligned with the first port and the third port, allowing fluid to flow from the inlet to the third port. This allows for the control and regulation of the flow of fluid in a piping system.

Actuated ball valve

An actuated ball valve is a type of valve that is controlled by an external actuator, such as a pneumatic or electric motor. The actuator is responsible for opening and closing the valve by turning the ball inside the valve body.

Inside the valve body, there is a hollow ball with a hole through its center. When the ball is rotated so that the hole is aligned with the inlet and outlet ports, the flow of fluid is allowed to pass through. When the ball is rotated so that the hole is not aligned with the ports, the flow is blocked.

The actuator is connected to the ball through a stem, which is a rod that extends from the ball and is connected to the actuator. When the actuator is activated, it turns the stem, which in turn rotates the ball. Depending on the direction of rotation, the ball will either open or close the valve.

Actuated ball valves are commonly used in automated systems where it is necessary to control the flow of fluid remotely. They offer precise control and can be set to open or close at a specific time or in response to certain conditions.

Tips for Buying Ball Valves

  1. Size and fitting: Make sure the ball valve you are considering fits the size of your piping system and has the appropriate fitting type.

  2. Material: Choose a ball valve made of a material that is compatible with the fluid being transported and can withstand the operating pressure and temperature.

  3. Actuation type: Decide whether you want a manual or automated ball valve. If you choose an automated valve, consider the type of actuator and control system required.

  4. Pressure rating: Select a ball valve with a pressure rating that exceeds the maximum operating pressure of your system.

  5. Temperature range: Choose a ball valve that can withstand the temperature range of your system.

  6. Certification: Consider purchasing a ball valve that is certified by a reputable organization, such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

  7. Brand reputation: Research the reputation of the manufacturer or brand to ensure you are purchasing a high-quality product.

  8. Price: Consider the cost of the ball valve, but also take into account the long-term value it will bring to your system. A more expensive valve may be a worthwhile investment if it provides better performance and durability.