A brass ball valve is a shut-off valve that controls the flow of liquids or gases in a piping system by rotating the ball having a bore inside the valve. In the Zoloto Brass ball valve, two seats are used to mount the ball with a shaft that connects it to the operating and control mechanism that rotates the ball. If the cross-section of the bore is perpendicular to the area of the flow then the fluid is not permitted to pass through the valve. If the lever arm is parallel to the pipe, it indicates that the valve is open and if the lever arm is perpendicular to the pipe, it indicates that the valve is closed. The bore exposed to the floor decides the rate at which the fluid flows through the valve.
The main components of brass ball valves are:
Valve housing - It contains all the internal components of a ball valve.
Ball - the ball is a sphere that has a hole in its center and that hole in the center is called the bore.
Shaft - It connects the ball to the control mechanism that rotates the ball.
Bonnet - It is an extension of the valve housing that contains and also protects the shaft and its packing.
Seat - The valve seats provide the sealing between the ball and its body.
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Do Zoloto Brass Ball Valves require lubrication for their work?
No, Zoloto Brass Ball Valves do not require lubrication for their working due to the surface properties of the seats.
What is the function of the Shaft in the Zoloto Brass Ball Valve?
The main function of the shaft is to connect the ball to the control mechanism that rotates the ball.