Metal Stop Valves

Stop valves, often called shut-off valves, are a type of valve most commonly used in home plumbing. They connect an appliance, such as a sink or toilet, to the building's water supply and allow water flow to be shut off easily. Stop valves are usually constructed with brass, as it is a low-cost material that naturally fights against bacteria and does not rust. These valves only work in one direction, due to the design of the valve's seating, so directions is typically marked on the outside of the valve. In addition to this, most appliances' fittings would not be compatible with the inlet of a stop valve due to size differences, so there is very little risk of getting it the wrong way.

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We provide shut-off valves in many different shapes, sizes, and end types. The end types we supply are compatible with compression, sweat, CPVC, PEX, and cast iron systems. Traditional stop valves have one inlet and one outlet, but we also provide a few models with two outlets. These valves allow the user to connect two separate appliances to a single water line. This can be useful in the bathroom or kitchen where water-using appliances are plentiful.

We provide many chrome-plated bronze stop valves. Chrome plating extends the life of a stop valve in addition to making it more visually appealing. Bronze, while naturally resistant to corrosion, is a porous metal. Those pores, while tiny, give a valve more potential to fail. Chrome plating fills up those pores and gives the valve a smooth look at the same time. Some of our PlumbShop stop valves have a “push” connector, which allows the user to, as the name implies, push the pieces together to make a connection. This allows a regular user to install shut-off valves without needing specialized equipment or training.

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