Valve Angle

Angle valves are almost identical to globe valves in seat design and operation. Angle valves differ from globe valves in two ways. The body of the angle valve acts as a 90° elbow, eliminating the need for a fitting at that point in the system. Angle valves also have less resistance to flow than globe valves and the fittings they replace.

Manufactures and Suppliers Participating in OPUS


Aquatherm is dedicated to providing the very best piping systems for anyone, from engineers to...
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Embassy Group LTD

Embassy Group LTD is a 100-percent member owned, 3.2 billion dollar corporation consisting of...
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F.W. Webb Company

F.W. Webb Company is a multi-faceted distributor of plumbing and heating, HVAC and controls,...
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Ferguson specializes in providing PVF, Plumbing, HVAC and Related Specialty Products and...
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Galloup Company

J.O. Galloup Company is a premier distributor of commercial and industrial piping products,...
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Johnson Controls, Inc.

Johnson Controls, Inc. manufactures, installs, integrates, services and operates systems that...
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Milwaukee Valve Company, Inc.

Serving the mechanical contractor since 1901, Milwaukee Valve Company, Inc. produces the highest...
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MORSCO is a leading U.S. distributor of commercial and residential plumbing, HVAC, and PVF, with...
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Mueller Industries, Inc.

Mueller Industries, Inc. is the leading U.S. manufacturer of copper tube, copper fittings and...
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NIBCO Inc. is a recognized industry leader of flow control solutions to the residential and...
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Watts Water Technologies

Watts Water Technologies  designs and manufactures valves and related fluid handling...
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WinWholesale, Inc. is comprised of over 525 wholesale distribution locations. Along with Noland...
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