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Model #KTR19X C1

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1/2 in. Sweat Inlet x 3/8 in. Compression Outlet 1/4-Turn Angle Ball Valve

$897
  • Heavy-duty brass body is resistant to corrosion
  • Quarter turn function enables swift ON/OFF operation
  • Chrome finish protects it from rust and tarnish
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BrassCraft 1/2 in. Nominal Sweat Inlet x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Outlet 1/4-Turn Angle Valve controls water flow to household plumbing fixtures - faucets, toilets, dishwashers, icemakers, washing machines, etc. The angle valve is most often used where the water pipe enters the room from the floor. With a 90° turn of the valve handle, you are able to stop the flow of water leading to the plumbing fixture, allowing for maintenance and repair without turning off water to the entire home.
  • Compatible with copper
  • Smooth, quarter-turn operation, on/off flow control with a 90° turn of the loose key handle
  • Brass ball ensures smooth operation without freeze-ups even after long periods without use
  • Machined body provides strength, durability and long-lasting performance
  • Chrome-plated brass
  • Temperature rating: 40° to 180°F
  • Pressure rating: 125 psi maximum
  • No-lead certified
  • IAPMO and CSA listed to ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1
  • California residents

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ConnectionFIP x CompSweat x CompComp x CompPTC x Comp
MaterialBrassBrassBrassBrass
Inlet Diameter (In.)1/21/21/21/2
Outlet Diameter (In.)3/83/83/83/8
Valve ConfigurationAngleAngleAngleAngle
Compatible Pipe MaterialGalvanized malleable ironCopperCopperMulti-Purpose
Inlet Fitting End TypeFIPSweatCompressionPush to Connect
Outlet Fitting End TypeCompressionCompressionCompressionCompression
Maximum Working Temperature (F)160140160200
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
1/2
Inlet Size
1/2 In.
Outlet Diameter (In.)
3/8
Product Depth (in.)
1.19 in
Product Height (in.)
1.9
Product Length (in.)
2.02
Product Width (in.)
.82
Valve Inlet Diameter (in.)
5/8

Details

Application
Potable Water
Color/Finish
Chrome
Color/Finish Family
Brass
Compatible Pipe Material
Copper
Compatible Product
Faucet,Ice Maker,Other,Washing Machine
Connection
Sweat x Comp
Features
Lead Free
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Inlet Fitting End Type
Sweat
Material
Brass
Maximum Pressure (psi)
125
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
140
Outlet Fitting End Type
Compression
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
0.243
Returnable
90-Day
Stop Valve Type
Angle
Valve Configuration
Angle
Valve Connection
Sweat
Valve Type
Stop

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Manufacturer Warranty

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Installed 2 KTR19X C1 1/4 turn angle valves. The second one I did is leaking around the ball. N...
Installed 2 KTR19X C1 1/4 turn angle valves. The second one I did is leaking around the ball. Not sure if the second one got too much heat or if this is just a quality issue. Did them both the same way, valve open, trying to be careful about overheating the value, just enough to sweat the wire, waited for everything to cool. Opened and closed several times with water running to try to clear it but 1 drip every seconds or two. A simple job just got a lot more complicated.
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Response from BrassCraft MfgDec 10, 2018
Hi JM,

We are sorry to hear that this was your experience with our KTR19X C1s. We would like to discuss your experience in further detail and resolve your issue. Please contact our Customer Support Team at 877-272-7755 and reference this review. Thank you for reaching out!
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    1/4 turn valve, exactly what I expected. Easy to install
    1/4 turn valve, exactly what I expected. Easy to install
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    This review is for the Brasscraft® 1/2 in. Nominal Sweat Inlet x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Outlet ...
    This review is for the Brasscraft® 1/2 in. Nominal Sweat Inlet x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Outlet 1/4-Turn Straight Valve (Brasscraft® part no. KTR14). Prepared for a Home Depot review by Sargent_Cork on 3/31/2018. The following remarks are from my personal experience and knowledge. I have not been paid for this review, nor have I been asked to make any specific recommendation. Any decision you make or course of action you follow after reading this review is at your own risk. I take no responsibility for your decisions. I chose these valves for their appearance and function. Over the last 5 years I have installed approximately 20 of these specific valves (and a couple of the 1/4” version) in our own home and for friends. Out of the 20, there was one that I overheated and the ball seemed loose (I did not pressure test it), so I took it off and sweated on a new one (after thoroughly re-cleaning the pipe – see below). Otherwise, there have been none that leaked. Because these valves have a Teflon seal, you have to be very careful not to overheat the valve while sweating (soldering). The trick is to heat it quickly, sweeping the flame between the pipe and the valve, starting with the pipe and then move the flame barely onto the valve and back to the pipe repeatedly, touching/tapping the solder to the pipe in a spot where it is not directly in the flame. If the pipe and valve are properly cleaned (with emery cloth1 and wire brush2) and fluxed3, the sweating process should only take a few seconds (well under ten seconds) and only use about an eighth to a quarter-inch of solder4. If I can, I always solder the valve to a loose piece of pipe with the pipe vertical and the valve down (lightly clamping the 3/8 compression nut in a small vise assists in this process). After soldering, grab the pipe and valve with a wet cloth to cool, and then wipe the remaining flux off the exterior of the pipe so it will not turn green over time. Done correctly, the valve will feel nearly as tight after sweating as it did before sweating. If it feels too loose, it was probably overheated and should be removed and discarded. The process is not foolproof. Working in cold temperatures and/or in the wind will affect how quickly and evenly the pipe and valve take heat. Working on a warm day in the sun with no wind is ideal. It is possible to install one of these on an existing pipe (under a sink for example), but I would probably try to go with replacing a piece of the old pipe and use a sweat coupling to install the new valve pre-soldered on a 2” or 3” nipple. When I am doing this, I also wrap the valve with wet cloth to keep it cool while sweating the pipe and coupling. The valves in the picture were soldered last August to pressure test a kitchen re-plumbing job. I used the SharkBite®-style couplings to temporarily connect them to the pipe stubs at the wall where the valve assemblies would later be connected by soldering. In operating these valves today (for this review), they both feel good and tight. In the soldering I do, I use the following: 1. Sterling® Premium Sand Cloth (waterproof, 120 grit, 1.5 in. x 2 yds., part no. 331768) 2. Oatey® 1/2 in. Heavy-Duty Fitting Brush (part no. 313272) 3. Oatey® No. 5 Lead Free Solder Paste (1.7 oz., part no. 30011) 4. Sterling® Premium Lead Free Solder (.118” Dia, part no. 331755) 5. BernzOmatic Propane Torch (1980’s model similar to TS5000 – a very nice torch) 6. BernzOmatic 14 oz. Propane Gas Cylinder (one bottle can last me several years – I replumbed two houses with partially filled propane bottles that we had in the garage in 1973. I still have two or three of those bottles lying around.) I hope this helps. Thanks and good luck. DISCLAIMER: I do not work for nor am I related to anyone or know anyone that works for any manufacturer, distributor or reseller mentioned in this review. (I may know by way of visiting a store one or more individuals that work for a reseller, but not in regard to this review or for any reason other than casual acquaintance.)
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    Response from BrassCraft MfgApr 1, 2018
    Hello SargentCork-Thank you so much for taking time out of your busy scheduled to write such a detailed and positive review! Your detailed instructions are amazing and will be helpful to many.
    We are happy to hear our products have been working well for you for the last five years. We hope you choose BrassCraft products for your next project or drain cleaning needs. Call our Customer Support Team at 877-272-7755 if there is anything we can help you with.
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      Decent ball valve if you cannot get a Watts branded ball valve
      Recent bathroom renovation was just completed and as a precaution we swapped out the old 35 year old compression type sink supply shutoff valves with these quarter turn ball valves. Could have forgone replacement however this is cheap insurance on a very expensive bath renovation. Old shutoff valves all eventually leak and the symptom typically shows as a slight drip which is noticeable when you eventually replace neoprene washers or in a worse case scenario a complete replacement of the faucet fixture. Our fixture was no different so "out with the old and in with the new" valves. So far they work flawlessly however time will tell...next review hopefully 10 years from now
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      1 found this review helpful
      Easy to solder and to turn off and on the...
      Easy to solder and to turn off and on the water. And this will last longer than other valves.
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      Outlet Leaked
      After installing 2 of these under the kitchen sink neither one would completely turn off. Had to remove both and use a different brand. 3 hours down the drain.
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      Response from BrassCraft MfgApr 25, 2022
      Hello, Thank you for taking the time to tell us of your experience. We are always looking for ways to improve our products and we hope that you keep BrassCraft in mind for future projects. If you need additional support, please contact one of our Customer Service Representatives at 877-272-7755.
        Built well, fit as expected....
        Built well, fit as expected.
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        They work fine I just wish we could make them...
        They work fine I just wish we could make them in the USA.
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