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Leaded and Lead-Free Brass Ball Valves are UL/FM approved.

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Leaded and Lead-Free Brass Ball Valves are available in sizes ranging from ¼ in. to 4 in. Units feature a two-piece forged body design and come with 600PSI Non-Shock WOG 125PSI SWP rating. Products offer PTFE seats and a locking device on the handle.

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Merit Brass Company Adds Leaded & Lead-Free Brass Ball Valves to Product Offering

Merit Brass Company has added a Leaded** and Lead-Free* Brass Ball Valve Line to their valve line. Since 1937, each product at Merit undergoes extensive quality assurance examination to make certain that their needs and the needs of the customers are constantly met.

With a size range from ¼” – 4”, these brass ball valves have a two-piece forged body design, a full port and a blow-out proof stem. Both the leaded and lead-free brass ball valves have a 600PSI Non-Shock WOG 125PSI SWP rating and conform to MSS-SP-110. They also come standard with PTFE seats and a locking device on the handle. Brass Ball Valves up to 2” are CSA gas approved (IPS only). The lead-free valves are NSF61 and ANSI 372 approved and the 2-1/2” – 4” valves, both leaded & lead-free are UL/FM approved.

The Brass Ball Valves are conveniently located at all four Merit Brass locations: Cleveland, OH (Headquarters); Dallas, TX (Distribution Center); Sparks, NV (Distribution Center); Birmingham, AL (Distribution Center).

To learn more about the design features and applicable standards of Brass Ball Valves, please contact one of Merit Brass’ Regional Sales Managers or Inside Sales/Customer Service Representatives: Management

About Merit Brass Company

Family-owned and operated since 1937, Merit Brass Company has been a leading manufacturer of stainless steel, brass, chrome-plated and aluminum pipe nipples and master distributor of related pipe, tubing, fittings, valves and flanges. For more information on Merit Brass, their products and services, please visit their website To access their line card, please click:

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