BALL VALVES

BALL VALVES is rated 4.7317073170731705 out of 5 by 41.
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Information

SharkBite is the Push-Fit connection system that is really taking hold. It’s the easiest way to join copper, CPVC, or PEX pipe in any combination with no soldering, clamps, unions, or glue. Just insert the pipe and the stainless steel teeth bite down and grip tight, while a specially formulated O-ring compresses to create a perfect seal. Disassembly is just as fast using the simple disconnect tool so fittings and valves can be easily changed and reused. They can even be rotated after assembly for easier installation in tight spaces. Get SharkBite and get a grip on your next plumbing project.

Approvals

IGC 157-2010

ASSE 1061

NSF/ANSI 61

NSF/ANSI 372-2010

SizesPart #
1/2" X 1/2"
22222-0000LF
3/4" X 3/4"
22185-0000LF
1" X 1"
22223-0000LF
1/2" SharkBite X 1/2" FNPT
22182-0000LF
3/4" SharkBite X 3/4" FNPT
22186-0000LF
1" SharkBite X 1" FNPT
22187-0000LF

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy install, works great! I installed this last winter to replace the old corroded cold water supply valve when we replaced the hot water tank. Also has the Sharkbite supply lines. The HD guy explained how to do it and it took no time at all, He also said keep removal tool on line so you don't lose, you can see it just above valve in pic I just recently checked the valve and no leaks all is still secure. It was great not having to sold joints and it is a solid fit. Planning on buying more to install additional shutoff valves around house this winter as the builder who did our house in 80's did bare minimum code meaning only a main supply cutoff, none for other zones.
Date published: 2013-11-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had a leaky valve in the attic space. I have always been a fan of soldered copper fittings and they have always worked well once I got them done. I needed to put in a cut off valve in my attic and was having trouble with getting a pipe empty enough to be able to get e solder joint to take. I happened to look at the display in the store with the Sharkbite system and thought it might work and get me out of my predicament. It is just too easy to install these fittings and I will use them whenever I have to do something tricky in a hurry. I may in fact never solder a valve in place again. I do wish the price was a little lower but I guess the few I use are worth it just to get it done.
Date published: 2015-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It really works!! I bought the 3/4" ball valve and had it installed within 5 minutes. Did not leak and the best part is that I didn't have to sweat copper pipes creating all those horrible solder fumes. Last time I had to sweat copper pipes my wife and kids couldn't take it so she ended up taking the kids out of the house for hours. After I finished installing the 3/4" valve on the water softener the 1/2" shutoff valve into the boiler started leaking when I opened it up so I headed back to Home Depot to buy a 1/2" ball valve, 1/2" straight coupler and some 1/2" Cu pipe. It took me about 10 minutes to install this 1/2" valve with coupler. amazing!
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the extra cost I've learned to keep a couple of these in my plumbing box for the many times that I run into a valve that can't be shut off, needs to be replaced, but the line can't be drained. Soldering in these circumstances is impossible, and the speed of mounting a valve like this can't be beat with a compression fitting. One caution -- debur the copper well, because you can't scratch the o-ring inside. If you do, it won't seal well and you'll have to start all over again. What a solution -- permanent, doesn't cost all that much more than a regular brass valve, and installation is a snap.
Date published: 2016-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from FAST AND EASY- LOVE IT!! This valve is made of superior quality. If you are making a repair, all you need to do is cut out the bad portion of pipe and slide this new valve into place. If, for some reason, you need to take the valve back off, it as simple using the removal tool and sliding it back off. It also, works great for new installations too. If you are not a plumber or not comfortable with soldering, than Sharkbite product s are they to go. I think Sharkbite products could be a little cheaper, but you must remember, many times these products allow the us to do the job without calling a plumber.
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Why is it leaking Last summer I installed a 3/4 ball valve to my outside water. It worked fine. This year I opened it back up and water is squirting out. What happened
Date published: 2016-06-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Ball Valve to Shut off Section of Water Pipes for Hose For Winter Made sure I asked our fellow Home Depot Advisers before I allowed myself with plumbing stuff. I look at all the different options to splice into the current wet side of the house & run some needed hose outlets. I was able to cut into my current copper line & place a ball valve before installing the rest of the lines for the house hose outlets. Wanted a shut off Valve easy to access & Positive shut off for winter draining for no freeze pipes for the hose outlets after draining. I Used PVC to run in the crawl space for 3 spots. 2 hose hook ups were installed on the front of the house & 1 for the back. Was able to connect with no leaks & was easier than I expected. Think it out & put it on paper... Go Forth With Confidence!
Date published: 2015-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I am amazed! I bought three of these valves about two weeks ago. I was tired of running outside to shut the water off to everything for a small job in the bathroom. I'd been worry if they would work or not since I had never used anything from SharkBite before. I've been a locksmith my entire life......NOT a plumber. So today I decided to give it a shot. OMG.......it was so easy. I installed all three of them within 15 minutes! Turned the water back on and checked for leaks........not a single drip! The SharkBite system is truly amazing!
Date published: 2015-01-28
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Questions

Last year I installed a 3/4 ball valve to my outside water. It worked fine. I opened it up this year and it squirts water all over. 

Asked by: Meneedhelp
Good morning, We have not heard of a valve experiencing this. This may be caused by freezing. To better assist you, please reach out to our customer service team at 1-877-700-4242 between 8 am - 6 pm EST Monday through Friday or by e-mail at techsupport@cashacme.com
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-06-28

I would like to put this on a pvc hose that goes to my RV toilet.(we have a drip leak, and I want to be able to shut the water off to the toilet, without shutting it off to the entire camper, temporarily) How much do I have to cut out of the PVC?

Asked by: Deborah
Good afternoon, We do not offer SharkBite Ball Valves that connect to PVC at this time. Our SharkBite fittings are intended and certified to be used on Copper, PEX, and CPVC.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-06-27

on 1 inch ball valve what is depth of installation mark on 1 inch copper

Asked by: pvcs
Good afternoon, The insertion depth for 1 inch is 1-15/15". All insertion depths can be found on our FAQs (found at this link:http://www.sharkbite.com/resources/faqs/fittings/ ).
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-05-03

Why the assurance company don't accept a ball valve on the first line from the the pipe copper from the town i have to solder a valve  

Asked by: mablis
Good morning, We do not handle insurance company information. You will need to reach out to that company and find out why this is not allowed. Have them tell you which standard it does not meet.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-05-02

Hi, i have two questions..the first is why i have to put off the plastic cup inside if i use a copper pipe? and the second one the most important i have to place a 3 4 ball valve on the major line from the town pipe is it safe and secure for the next 25ye

Asked by: mablis
Good morning, It is not required to remove the PEX Stiffener (Plastic Cup) when using Copper or CPVC. We, as a company, suggest leaving it in. It is required when our fittings are used on PEX tubing. Since Copper and CPVC are more rigid pipes, they don't required the stiffener. Our fittings are designed to last for a long time. The SharkBite connections on here should last 25 years easily. We have a two (2) year warranty on our ball valves but expect them to last longer than that.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-04-28

So as long as the copper pipe  is clean, I don't have to prep the pipe before i push it into the ball valve, correct? 

Asked by: ugotal247
Good afternoon, As long as the pipe is free from any defects and is cleaned of old solder as well as remove any burrs that are left over from the cut, you don't have to prep it or make it shiny outside of that. Cut, clean, push.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-04-19

Can I use your 1" Ball value on Schedule 40 1" main line for irrigation?

Asked by: MohMoh
Good morning, Our SharkBite products are only certified with Copper, PEX, or CPVC. If your schedule 40 pipe is PVC, you'll need to use a transition coupling (link here: http://www.sharkbite.com/search/pvc/) to complete your project.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2016-04-01

We need 3/8 by 3/8 coupling with a shut off. Can you help us. We have plasci piping.

Asked by: GeorgeWright
Good morning, The lowest SharkBite goes for shut off valves if 1/2". We do offer 3/8" couplings if you're willing to do without the shut off.
Answered by: sharkbite_rm
Date published: 2016-02-23
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