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Single Union Ball Valve - 1-1/2 inch Slip x 1-1/2 inch Slip

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Part #: 270518
Description: 1.5" Slip Single Union Ball Valve

Note: While this fitting has a union, it is not designed to seal/hold water when the union is removed. The union is primarily for maintenance of the ball valve.



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JR from AVON, CT UNITED STATES

10/19/2012

Experience Level: Intermediate

Hate it

You can't hold water behind the valve and disconnect the union. I thought that was the whole point of having a ball valve in front of the union. If you disconnect the union, the ball valve comes apart and doesn't seal.

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JR STANCLIFT from IVINS, UT UNITED STATES

02/21/2008

Experience Level: Intermediate

Single Union Ball Valve - 2 i

Had limited space under cabinet for plumbing external return pump. Ball valve/union cut down on amount of valuable space used. Heavy duty construction, and most of all no leaks.

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BRIAN FEAGLEY from NEWBURGH, IN UNITED STATES

01/22/2008

Experience Level: Expert

horrible

yes, read the note. do not shut the valve off then disconnect the union. the ball pops out and i put about 20 gallons of water from my sump on my carpet. worthless product.

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Sean from Santa Rosa, CA

09/24/2007

Experience Level: Expert

Horrible design

Found out the hard way that if you actually use this the way it was designed you will get water everywhere! If you close the ball valve and then try to disconnect the union and there is any pressure (like water or gravity) then the ball comes right out of the ball valve. It was designed with a removable ball, but the problem is that the ball is designed to come out when the valve is closed and you disconnect the union!

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