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Part 1 and Part 2 ball valves: what’s the difference?

Part 1 and a Part 2 ball valves: what’s the difference? These brass fittings are some of the most common types of ball valves found in British homes. They are typically found in loft cisterns, such as the cold water storage cistern … Continue reading

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Part 2 ball valve

A Part 2 ball valve or diaphragm ball valve is a ball valve made to British Standard specification 1212, Part 2. It consists of a plunger and a diaphragm washer which are both situated inside a brass housing. The plunger is … Continue reading

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Ball valve

A ball valve or float valve, or less commonly, a ballcock, is a valve which controls the flow of water into a cistern via a plastic or metal float on the surface of the water. When water is drawn out of the cistern, … Continue reading

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