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  • Paul Moossdorff

Contractor Saves $$$ by Installing Ball Valves with Extended Socket-Weld End-Connections

Updated: Feb 5, 2019

Ball Valves with Extended Socket-Weld End Connections, Setpoint Technologies Inc.

During installation of valve, a contractor would normally separate the end-caps from the valve body, weld them in place and then reassemble the valve body to the end-caps. And hope the valve doesn't leak. This step must be followed because the valve seats and seals cannot withstand the heat from welding.

But, with Extended Socket-Weld Valves, a contractor can weld the valves directly in-line and know that the valve will perform. No disassembly required!

Setpoint saved a contractor a large amount of money and brought peace-of-mind by providing ball valves with extended socket-weld end-connections. The contractor simply took the valves out of the box and welded them in-line. No leaks!


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