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1.5" Tri Clamp Compatible 3-Way Ball Valve

Score: 4.00 (votes: 3)
Reviews: 3
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1.5" Tri Clamp Compatible 3-Way Ball Valve


  • $70.00



Body and Ball Material: 304 Stainless Steel

Handle and Hardware Material: 201 Stainless Steel

Seat Material: PTFE Teflon

Flange Outside Diameter: 1.984"

Bore Inside Diameter: 1.375"

A to C Length: 6"

B to Centerline Length: 3"


This is one of the most unique valves I've come across.  The handle and ball rotate 360* in the seat.  The passages of the ball itself are drilled through as well as a single perpendicular 'tee' port.  This gives you four different flow options.  As expected, the valve can flow from A to C or from B to C, but it can also be set to flow from A to B, blocking off C or it can have all 3 ports open, A to B and C.  This is a great feature for cleaning and/or draining your system.  Made from 304 stainless steel and has 1.5" Tri Clamp Compatible flanges on the connections.



    • Weight
      4.1 lbs
    • SKU
  • Body and Ball Material
    304 Stainless Steel
  • Handle and Hardware Material
    201 Stainless Steel
  • Seat Material
    PTFE Teflon
  • Bore
  • Flange Outside Diameter
  • A to C Length
  • B to Centerline Length
Customer reviews
Average rating:
4.00 (Votes: 3)
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  • Andy Loftus
    Oct 17, 2021, 14:56
    Suggest use only for cleaning or plain water. Why? Can't fully clean the valve without taking it apart.
    I used this valve on the brewing stand for switching pump input supply between HLT (for recirculating hot water) and the boil kettle (for creating a whirlpool during chilling wort). After two years, I decided to open it up and found lots of gunk trapped inside. This build up happened despite a rigorous cleaning routine of recirculating hot PBW and then spraying out the valve in multiple half-open positions. I will be replacing the valve with a third pump.
  • Scott
    May 31, 2017, 10:27
    I purchased two of these to use in tandem for my cleaning assembly and they have both been very useful. One negative factor is that liquid can get trapped around the outside of the ball in the portion of the body opposite the "odd" outlet. To drain it, the valve needs to be partially open and given a good shake or two. This is not a deal-breaker for me; I am just careful to rinse out any chemicals after using it and leave the valve partially open to dry. The second downside is the long length of the handle, however that is a niggling complaint and does not really impact the valve's performance. When installing the valve, make sure the handle has enough room to rotate all the way around.
    Dec 31, 1969, 16:00
    was more than what I expected for flow.. changed handle was a little to long for my liking. great valve. easy to clean. I will buy another one eventually.

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