Why Engineers Use Stainless Steel Ball Valves

Posted on May 8, 2012 by Reda Abouleish
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Stainless steel keeps your operations running smoothly.

As time goes on engineers continue to develop new technology improving operation services for a variety of businesses in a wide array of sectors.   The form of the stainless steel ball valve is no different. It has changed in shape and has been modified to achieve maximum results throughout the years.

A steel ball valve is located inside a tube and enables waste fluids to travel through a passageway.  The valve works by placing an existing hole in the steel ball then the placement of the ball is controls the function of this valve.  Once this occurs, the valves stay open when the holes proceeding in the same direction as that of the passageways.  The fluid begins to stream out in a uninterrupted manner.  This is vital to the function of the contraption because if the holes are not lined up correctly then the valve closes and the fluid remains encased.

Why Stainless Steel?

To effectively execute its function, the valve needs to be strong and untainted when exposed to extreme temperatures and pressures.  Sometimes the metal valves connect joints that carry a maximum of 200 degrees.  Thus, it needs to be able to handle such circumstances without dissolving or bowing.

To find out  more about how stainless steel and nickel alloy bars can improve your business operations, call National Specialty Alloys today.

 

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