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Good day. Using your Ball Valves, 22222-0000LF & 22185-0000LF. Is there a different handle for these? The handle needs to be above the valve 1 1/2". Installing a identification/position cover. Have to ask. Could fab my own, prefer not to.

Asked by: Nina
Greetings Nina, Neither of these ball valves are going to have the handle above 1-1/2. We measured the 1/2" and 3/4" ball valves and the handles are roughly 3/4".
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-11-05

Is the on position the open or closed position

Asked by: dummyy
Greetings Dummyy, When the ball valve is in the "On" position, it will be open.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-11-02

I have a pex pipe that says 1/2" cts 5/8" of. what size shark bite would I need to transition the pipe to cpvc ?

Asked by: Ryan
Greeting Ryan, All our SharkBite connectors are sized based off Copper Tube size. If the pipe says 1/2" CTS, you can uses any of our 1/2" fittings. At this time, all our 5/8" fittings are for none potable applications. They are not lead free and we would not recommend using them in a potable system.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-10-26

Do you have a slip version of the 3/4" ball valve ??

Asked by: dsalsysr
Greetings Dsalsysr, Please see this link:
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-10-22

I want to add a shark ball valve to an existing water line but I do not have the slip valves available. Is it possible to insert the ball valve to existing line?

Asked by: Jojo
Greetings Jojo, You can insert a non-slip product into existing line. You'll need to see the length of the valve (spec sheet link: ) and subtract the insertion depth listed below. It may be a bit difficult if there isn't a lot of play with your pipe. 1/4″ Pipe Insertion Depth = 13/16” 3/8″ Pipe Insertion Depth = 15/16” 1/2″ Pipe Insertion Depth = 15/16” 5/8″ Pipe Insertion Depth = 1-1/8” 3/4″ Pipe Insertion Depth = 1-1/8” 1″ Pipe Insertion Depth = 1-5/16”
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-10-31

Can I use a ball valve as a replacement valve for a 1/2" copper supply line that leads to a 3/4" washing machine hose?

Asked by: yukman316
Greetings Yukman316, From our stand point, there should be no issue using a ball valve to connect your supply line to the washing machine box. Though I don't think there would be, I would check with a local plumber or code to see if there are any restrictions with this type of installation.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-10-16

For CPVC, whats the difference between the 22185-0000LF ball valve and the 24736LF SharkBite Slip Ball Valve?

Asked by: Keith
Greetings Keith, The 22185-0000LF does not have a slip feature available for installation into pre-existing line. If you have a line of CPVC, the easiest way to repair or put in a ball valve, would be to use the 24736LF. They both handle the same temperature and pressure and they both work exactly the same. The only difference is the install. For more information on how to install our slip fittings, please visit this link:
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-10-07

I am installing your ball valves and wonder..."is the repair considered permanate?

Asked by: Carmister
Greetings Carmister, All SharkBite Push-To-Connect fittings all have a 25 year warranty. We believe that length of time could make it permanent. We believe the life time of our fittings will go well beyond 25 years.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2015-10-06
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