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KTM Model V­Port Control Ball Valves
Model V-Port Control Ball Valves
A rugged, long-life V-port control ball valve with excellent flow characteristics for various fluids including slurries and fibers
KTM Model V­Port Control Ball Valves


Critical Service
Corrosive, General Service
Flow Characteristics
Equal percentage
316 Stainless Steel, 304 Stainless Steel, Stainless Steel
Operating Temperature
High Temperature, High Temperature (>250F)
Pressure Class
Shutoff Class
Class II (FCI 70-2), Class IV (FCI 70-2)
Valve Size
NPS 1 / DN 25, NPS 1-1/2 / DN 40, NPS 12 / DN 300, NPS 14 / DN 350, NPS 16 / DN 400, NPS 18 / DN 450, NPS 2 / DN 50, NPS 3 / DN 80, NPS 4 / DN 100, NPS 6 / DN 150, NPS 8 / DN 200, NPS 20 / DN 500
Valve Size Standard
Valve Type
Trunnion Ball Valve, Ball Valve, Ball, Automated Ball Valve
PED, Lloyd's Register, CE
End Connection


  • Rotary-valve design provides shearing action between the V-notch ball and the seat, promoting a smooth, non-clogging operation.
  • Straight-through flow design provides high capacity for fluids.
  • With a single-seat design, torque is lower than typical trunnion design valves, for ease of operation and reduced actuator cost.
  • Two seat designs:<ul><li>Laminated seat provides ASME/FCI 70-2 class IV shut-off and withstands tough operating conditions.<li/><li>Thick (solid) seat for high-velocity and abrasive or erosive service.<li/><ul/>
  • Segmented, V-notched ball features high rangeability and smooth throttling action.
  • Choice of full and reduced port, providing the right flow capacity for every application at low cost.
  • Machined ISO 5211 top mounting flange (VA series only).
  • Heavy-duty, stainless steel shaft for high strength and rigidity.
  • Multiple, adjustable ring packing allows easy adjustment without valve disassembly or actuator removal.
  • Shaft bearings assure a durability, smooth and easy valve operation.
  • Positive alignment of split body.
  • The spline connection minimizes the backlash of shaft and disk. It results excellent control performance.


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