( Novel Valves provides an extensive valve in multi-port 3 and 4 way valves )
Novel Valves offer an enormous valve in multi-port design with a three-way and four-way Ball Valves Manufacturers. It's a Specialty of Novel Valves the main producer and provider of this type of Ball Valve and it's Actuation. We have a wide scope of 3 way / 4 way Ball valves in Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Duplex steel, Al-Bronze & with Nickle Alloys, and other metal on exceptional solicitation.
Novel Valve Covers Size range for Multiport Ball Valve in Screwed/Socket/Butt Weld & Flanged Ends from size 1/2" to 12" & class 150# to 2500#.This type of Three way & Four way Ball shall be supplied with Zero Leakage (Tight Shut-Off ) with simple smooth activity with soft & metal to metal seats also, temperature extending from Cryogenic application to a Higher temperature.
These valves are available in L port, T port, & LL port design. They are very special for flow control the line fluid into L shape (90 degrees), LL shape for bye diverting the flow lines of media, T for additional line flow controls at 90 degrees.
Three-way ball valves & Four-way ball valves are available in L port, T port, & LL port design. 3-way valves have 3 ports. They are very special for flow control the line fluid into L shape (90 degrees), LL shape for by diverting the flow lines of media, T for additional line flow controls at 90 degrees.
Different Port Positions in Valves
Different port positions in 3 way Ball valves
Different port positions in 4 way Ball valve
They are available in a variety of body materials and with all of the common end connections. They can be manually operated or automated with an electric or pneumatic actuator. They can be used as diverter valves, where flow a single inlet is diverted to either of the two other ports as the outlet. They can also be used as an input selector where a single outlet port is fed the flow from one of the other two ports as the supply inlet. The bore through the ball (ball drilling) comes in two varieties, "L" and "T" as shown below.