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SharkBite 3/4 in. Brass Push-to-Connect x Female Pipe Thread Ball Valve
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SharkBite

3/4 in. Brass Push-to-Connect x Female Pipe Thread Ball Valve

$15.74 /each

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The 3/4 in. SharkBite x 3/4 in. Female Pipe Thread Ball Valve is the easiest way to install a new or replacement shut-off ball valve. The single lever control allows for easy operation and the valve is perfect for potable water and hydronic applications where a shut-off is needed. SharkBite fittings allow you to join copper, CPVC or PEX pipe in any combination with no soldering, clamps, unions or glue. Just insert the pipe and the stainless steel teeth bite down and grip tight, while a specially formulated O-ring compresses to create a perfect seal. Disassembly is just as fast using the simple disconnect tool so fittings and valves can be easily changed and reused. They can even be rotated after assembly for easier installation in tight spaces. Get SharkBite and get a grip on your next plumbing project.

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  • Lead free DZR brass construction for durability and reliability
  • Use-to-connect to any combination of copper, PEX, CPVC, or PE-RT pipes
  • Innovative push-to-connect design makes for quick and easy installation
  • Push-to-connect fittings require no solder, glue, unions, or tools
  • Fitting can be rotated on pipe after installation making it easier to work in tight spaces
  • Designed for potable water distribution as well as hydronic heating applications
  • Corrosion resistant to improve longevity
  • Certified as a manufactured joint and for underground and behind-the-wall applications without access panels
  • Listed by IAPMO and design certified and listed to ASSE 1061/NSF 61
  • Meets all UPC, IPC, and cUPC requirements
  • Demount clip allows user to release the fitting from the pipe for convenient installation flexibility (sold separately)
  • Rated to 200°F and 200 psi

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Can this be used to connect to a PVC pipe or only CPVC?

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I want to use this valve to connect a spigot to a PVC pipe for irrigation. Can I use it?
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April 26, 2016
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This product is not usable with PVC pipes.
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April 26, 2016
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Hi, This fitting only works on Copper Tube Sized pipes (Copper, PEX, and CPVC.) if you are working with PVC, we offer a conversion coupling online http://www.homedepot.com/p/SharkBite-3-4-in-Brass-Push-to-Connect-PVC-IPS-x-CTS-Conversion-Coupling-UIP4016A/206353615?keyword=uip4016a or a 3/4" PVC X 3/4 male pipe thread adapter Read More
Hi, This fitting only works on Copper Tube Sized pipes (Copper, PEX, and CPVC.) if you are working with PVC, we offer a conversion coupling online http://www.homedepot.com/p/SharkBite-3-4-in-Brass-Push-to-Connect-PVC-IPS-x-CTS-Conversion-Coupling-UIP4016A/206353615?keyword=uip4016a or a 3/4" PVC X 3/4 male pipe thread adapter http://www.homedepot.com/p/SharkBite-3-4-in-Brass-Push-to-Connect-PVC-IPS-x-3-4-in-Male-Pipe-Thread-Adapter-UIP134A/206353553?keyword=uip134a Read Less
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can thi valve be installed when water cannot be completly shut off

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Yes, see the detailed review.
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January 6, 2015
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Yes, the SharkBite end of the valve can be installed when the water cannot be completely shut off. I would recommend opening the valve, making the connection, and then closing the valve.
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Can I use this to go from 3/4in galvanized to PEX?

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April 28, 2016
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Hi Shane,
Yes, you can connect the threaded end of the ball valve onto the galvanized pipe and connect the PEX to the PTC side.
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sharkbite handle config

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Can the handle by switched to the other side? My wall will be too close for the handle to clear. I don't see a sharkbite with a different configuration. I need a sharkbite with female pipe on left, sharkbite on the right and handle on the left side.
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October 5, 2015
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One way to adjust to meet your specific needs would be to remove the nut at the top of the valve, remove the handle, place the handle in the position needed, and replace the nut. One issue with this would be: currently the handle has a stop to let you know the valve is completely open/closed. If you place the handle the opposite way, there is no indicator when the valve is open/closed.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy install, works great! I installed this last winter to replace the old corroded cold water supply valve when we replaced the hot water tank. Also has the Sharkbite supply lines. The HD guy explained how to do it and it took no time at all, He also said keep removal tool on line so you don't lose, you can see it just above valve in pic I just recently checked the valve and no leaks all is still secure. It was great not having to sold joints and it is a solid fit. Planning on buying more to install additional shutoff valves around house this winter as the builder who did our house in 80's did bare minimum code meaning only a main supply cutoff, none for other zones. November 10, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saved the Day. An unknown past contractor somehow bypassed the main water shutoff to my house and I had to replace a yard hydrant. This ultimately involved cutting and capping a live 1" water line at full pressure. We have about 110 psi, Plumbers seem to hate sharkbite fittings because they are homeowner friendly. I back hoed a 50" deep by 30" by 5' hole to get to the line to the yard hydrant. The 1" copper pipe wad completely encrusted in what turned out to be calcium. I removed it with full strength Hydrochloric acid (phosphoric wouldn't get through it). This left the pipe bare. I then polished a 6" section with 500 wet/dry paper. I was very careful to choose an area without a nick or dent. I used a quality pipe cutter and was careful not to let the cutter spiral because it would be an 0 ring seal and requires a perfect surface. I cut the pipe and believe me, a lot of water comes out the end of a 1'' pipe at 110 psi. With the ball valve in the open position I slipped the fitting over the pipe all the way to the seat, turned off the valve and could feel the shark teeth move and snap into the pipe. It went perfectly. It was a hard and scary job. I built all the plumbing to the new hydrant with solder joints, added an accessible shutoff in a 6" access 20" deep and connected it to the other end of the sharkbite shutoff with a cleaned piece of 1" pipe. By the way, the water blowing through the shutoff dislodged the outboard 0 ring. I was lucky to spot it laying in the water and figured out where it came from. I observed the outfit for 24 hours before burying the whole thing. It all works perfectly. May 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HARD to remove! Bad product did NOT stop the water flow, just reduced the flow in the off position. And July 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Why is it leaking Last summer I installed a 3/4 ball valve to my outside water. It worked fine. This year I opened it back up and water is squirting out. What happened June 26, 2016
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