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Swagelok® Ball and Quarter-Turn Plug Valves

Swagelok's ball valves and plug valves offer a comprehensive fluid shutoff solution for virtually any industry.

Ball Valves | Reliable shutoff valves that can be selected and configured for your application
Plug Valves | Economical and reliable shutoff solution with dependable low-torque operation

Swagelok ball valves control fugitive emissions and leakage and can be used in a wide range of applications. They have been engineered for repeatable, leak-tight shutoff, have low overall cost of ownership, and include full-flow, one-piece instrumentation, three-piece process, trunnion-style, and multipurpose.

Swagelok quarter-turn instrument plug valves are an economical, reliable alternative to ball valves. The simple, compact design delivers full flow and positive shutoff and is available in a variety of materials, including stainless steel, brass, and lightweight PFA.

Swagelok offers a variety of ball and quarter-turn plug valves, including:

But How Do You Make the Right Choice?

Learn how to use the STAMPED method to select the optimal Swagelok® 60 series ball valve for your application.

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Ball Valve and Plug Valve Catalogs

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Swagelok flow coefficient (C<sub>v</sub>) calculator for valves

Calculate Flow Rate for the Right Valve Selection

Use our valve flow coefficient (Cv) calculator to chose a valve sized correctly for your needs.

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