L/T Port Reduce/Full Bore, Flanged End

Three way Ball Valve is available in “L” Port / “T Port to meet the service condition.

L Port Ball Valve

The Three Way “L” Port Ball Valve also called as a Diverting Valve. Also Known as a Duplex Filter Valve. Ball has two ports One inlet and another outlet. Flow can be diverted to either direction. Generally at 90 deg.
The L valve can connect the center port to either side port, or disconnect all three, but it cannot connect the side ports together. L Port Valves have a ball that join two adjacent ports. Traditionally, they are used to direct flow between the Centre and one of two side ports.

T Port Ball Valve

The Three Way “T” Port Ball Valve also known as a Mixing Valve. Ball has three ports.
It is easy to see that a T valve can connect any pair of ports, or all three, together, but the 45 degree position which might disconnect all three leaves no margin for error. T-Port valves can also direct flow between the centre and one of two side ports. The difference is that they have a third handle position that connects the centre to both side ports at the same time.JD Multiport 3 Way Ball valves utilize four seats to support the ball, and to provide positive shutoff at any closed port. Multiple Gland Packing Seal & Spring Washer gives zero leakage from gland portion.


  • Size: DN25/25mm/One Inch1” To DN300/300mm/ Twenty Four Inch 12”
  • MC: WCB/CF8(SS304)/CF8M(SS316)/CF3(304L)/CF3M(316L)
  • Pre class: 150#/300#/600#/900#/
  • Operation: Manual/Pneumatic/Electrical
  • End connection: Flanged End & Screwed End
  • Valve Design: BS5351/ANSI B 16.34/ API 6D
  • Pressure Testing: BS 6755 Part II/API 598/API 6D
  • Fire Safe Testing: BS 6755 Part II API 607/ API 6FA
  • Ends: S/E(Screwed End)[BSP/NPT-F], SW & F/E(Flanged End)