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Ball Valves


When it comes to fluid control and management, precision and reliability are paramount. Dixon Valve, a renowned leader in the industry, offers a comprehensive range of Sanitary and Non-Sanitary Ball Valves designed to meet the diverse needs of industries worldwide. Whether you’re working in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical, or industrial sectors, Dixon’s ball valves provide the ultimate solution for your fluid control requirements.

Sanitary Ball Valves

  1. Dixon Sanitary Ball Valves for Hygienic Applications

Dixon’s sanitary ball valves are specially crafted to cater to the stringent demands of hygienic applications. These valves are engineered with precision and built to maintain the purity of your processes. Key features of Dixon’s sanitary ball valves include:

  • Hygienic Design: These valves are designed with cleanability and hygiene in mind, featuring polished surfaces that minimize the risk of bacterial growth and ensure easy cleaning.
  • Material Options: Dixon offers a variety of materials to suit your specific application, including stainless steel, brass, and plastic, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of fluids.
  • Tri-Clamp Connections: Tri clamp connections that suit your system, providing ease of installation and maintenance.
  • 2-Way and 3-Way Valves: Dixon’s sanitary ball valves come in both 2-way and 3-way configurations, allowing you to control flow direction with precision.
  • FDA Compliant: Dixon’s sanitary ball valves are compliant with FDA standards, making them a reliable choice for industries where safety and compliance are essential.
  • Actuation Options: These valves are available in manual and automated versions, ensuring you can choose the best fit for your operation.

Non-Sanitary Ball Valves

  1. Dixon Non-Sanitary Ball Valves for Industrial Applications

Dixon’s non-sanitary ball valves are designed to handle a wide range of industrial applications, providing robust and dependable fluid control. Key features of Dixon’s non-sanitary ball valves include:

  • Diverse Materials: Choose from materials such as brass, carbon steel, and stainless steel to withstand various industrial fluids and environments.
  • End Connections: Dixon’s non-sanitary ball valves come with a variety of end connections, including NPT, BSP, and flanged, allowing you to integrate them seamlessly into your industrial setup.
  • 3-Way Valves: These valves are available in 3-way configurations, allowing you to divert flow or mix fluids according to your process requirements.
  • High Pressure and High-Temperature Ratings: Dixon’s non-sanitary ball valves are built to handle high-pressure and high-temperature environments, ensuring durability and reliability.
  • Lockable Handle Options: Some models come with lockable handles, enhancing safety and control in industrial settings.
  • Optional Accessories: Explore additional accessories such as limit switches and position indicators to enhance your control and monitoring capabilities.

Why Choose Dixon Ball Valves?

  • Reliability: Dixon Valve has a long-standing reputation for quality and reliability, ensuring that their ball valves meet the highest industry standards.
  • Diverse Applications: Whether your needs are in the food and beverage industry, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, or heavy industrial applications, Dixon provides valves tailored to your requirements.
  • Compliance: Dixon’s sanitary ball valves adhere to strict hygienic and FDA standards, while their non-sanitary valves are designed for rugged industrial use.
  • Support: Dixon offers excellent customer support, providing you with the information and assistance you need to select the perfect valve for your application.

For precision, reliability, and performance in fluid control, Dixon’s sanitary and non-sanitary ball valves are the solution of choice. These valves are designed to optimize processes, enhance safety, and meet the unique demands of various industries.

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