Marine Ball Valve

The marine ball valve, which effectively controls fluid flow on ships, is an essential part of maritime systems. Its sturdy construction and components that resist corrosion provide dependability even in harsh maritime conditions, making it essential to the efficient and secure operation of several onboard systems.

Types of Marine Ball Valve

Fully welded ball valves are ideal for maritime applications where dependability and safety are crucial because of their welded body design, which lowers the possibility of leaks and guarantees structural integrity.

With three apertures in the valve body, three-way ball valves are versatile, enabling a range of flow configurations and offering effective direction control for fluid in intricate marine systems.

Designed to facilitate easy maintenance by providing access to internal components through the valve’s top, top entry ball valves are perfect for naval systems where prompt repairs are essential.

Suitable for high-pressure and large-diameter marine operations, trunnion-mounted ball valves have a fixed ball that is supported by trunnions, which improves stability and longevity.

Using a freely floating ball design, floating ball valves enable the ball to migrate in the direction of the seat when pressure builds up, offering a dependable sealing mechanism for a variety of marine applications.


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Manufacturing Facilities Utilising Cutting-Edge Technology

Grandocean's state-of-the-art facilities use cutting-edge technology to ensure accuracy and productivity in the production of marine check valves.

Global Certification

Grandocean's valves are guaranteed to be safe and of high quality since they have internationally recognised certifications that attest to their compliance with several marine laws and standards.

Broad Product Selection

Grandocean provides a wide selection of marine ball valves to meet the various needs and requirements of the maritime sector.

Broad Industry Expertise

Grandocean has been in the marine ball valve business for many years, giving them a thorough awareness of the demands of their clients and the workings of the sector.

We’re Proud To Have All the Marine Approval Certificates for Our Marine Shipboard Cables

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1. What is the difference between a seacock and a ball valve?
A type of valve intended especially for use in maritime environments is called a seacock. The fitting that permits or limits the flow of water into a boat’s hull is usually a through-hull fitting with an integrated valve. Water input for a variety of systems, including live wells, bilge pumps, and engine cooling, is frequently managed using seacocks.

Their purpose is to be installed below the waterline, and they are made to endure the rough seaside environment.Meanwhile, a ball valve is a more versatile kind of valve that finds employment in a wide range of industries, such as industrial and plumbing settings. It is made up of a hole-filled chamber with a spherical disc (the “ball”). The ball in the valve rotates in response to handle or lever movement, allowing or inhibiting fluid passage via the valve.

Because of their versatility, ball valves can be utilised in a variety of settings, such as plumbing systems, to control fluids like gas, water, or other substances.

2. What is the advantage of a ball valve?
Ball valves offer several advantages which include; easy and quick operation, durability, tight shit-off, versatility, low maintenance, reduced pressure drop, and bi-directional flow, and they are cost-effective.

3. What is a ball valve used for?
A ball valve is a particular kind of valve that regulates the flow of fluid through it using a spherical disc, or the “ball.” The centre of the ball has a port, or hole, through which fluid can pass when the valve is in the open position and the hole is lined up with the pipe. The ball is rotated so that the hole is perpendicular to the flow when the valve is closed, preventing the fluid from passing through.