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1/2 in. Push-to-Connect Brass Slip Ball Valve

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  • Push to Connect system, quick and easy installation in seconds
  • Works on any combination of Copper and CPVC Pipe
  • Lead free DZR brass construction for durability and reliability
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The SharkBite 1/2 in. Push-to-Connect Slip Ball Valve is an innovative valve that allows you to make a quick repair or add in ball valve to rigid Copper or CPVC Pipe. The slip ball valve allows up to 2 in. of pipe to be removed allowing for easy installation where rigid pipes do not allow movement. Simply insert the slip coupling on to the pipe and using the SharkBite demount clip to slip the fitting back onto the other end of pipe completing the connection. The slip ball valve is a great item to have handy for emergencies or freeze repairs as well. The SharkBite connection system requires no solder, clamps, unions or glue. Check out the Slip Ball Valve video to see how fast and easy it is to make repairs and add in a ball valve using the SharkBite Push-Fit Slip Ball Valve.
  • Lead free DZR brass construction for durability and reliability
  • Use to connect to any combination of copper and CPVC 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
  • Adapts to pipe using push-fit connection
  • 1/2 in. pipe insertion depth - 15/16 in.
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Name1/2 in. Push-to-Connect x FIP Brass Ball Valve1/2 in. Push-to-Connect Brass Slip Ball Valve3/4 in. Push-to-Connect Brass Slip Ball Valve1/2 in. Push-to-Connect Brass Ball Valve Pro Pack (3-Pack)
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Ratings
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ConnectionPTCPTC x PTCPTC x PTCPTC
Valve Inlet Diameter (in.)1/21/23/41/2
Valve Outlet Diameter (in.).50.5.750.5
Inlet Diameter (In.)1/21/23/41/2
Compatible Pipe MaterialMulti-PurposeMulti-PurposeMulti-PurposeMulti-Purpose
MaterialBrassBrassBrassBrass
Valve UseWaterWaterWaterWater
Outlet Diameter (In.)1/21/23/41/2
ApplicationPotable WaterPotable WaterPotable WaterWater Supply
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
1/2
Outlet Diameter (In.)
1/2
Product Depth (in.)
1.13
Product Height (in.)
2
Product Length (in.)
1.13
Product Width (in.)
6.25
Valve Inlet Diameter (in.)
1/2
Valve Outlet Diameter (in.)
0.5

Details

Application
Potable Water
Compatible Pipe Material
Multi-Purpose
Connection
PTC x PTC
Features
Removable
Fitting or Connector Type
Adapter or Coupling
Handle Style
Lever
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Material
Brass
Maximum Pressure (psi)
200
Maximum working pressure (psi)
200
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
200
Pack Size
1
Pipe or Fitting Product Type
Fittings & Connectors
Product Weight (lb.)
0.464
Push to connect
Yes
Push-to-Fit
Yes
Returnable
90-Day
Valve Type
Ball
Valve Use
Water

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
For warranty information on this product, please call our Internet Customer Service Center at 1-877-700-4242.

Questions & Answers

13Questions43Answers

I can't access the street shut off valve . Do you think I could work fast enough to cut out the o...

Asked by Al June 21, 2021
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Answer

Hi, The SharkBite 3/4 in. Push-to-Connect Brass Slip Ball Valve is designed to be installed in a wet application. If you have any more questions please call tech support at 877-700-4242. (Kind regards,)

Hello! I need to add (not replace) a SharkBite shot-off valve to a .5-inch copper line. Do you ...

Asked by picchio May 20, 2020
1
Answer

Hello, If you will be able to spread the pipes apart once cut we would recommend part # 22222-0000LF. Part # 24735LF is recommended for installations where there is a minimal amount of play in the pipes. This valve only requires you to be able to spread the pipes apart approximately .5" for installation. If you have additional questions please don't hesitate to reach out to our technical support department at 877-700-4242. Best Regards,

Why does the Home Depot product description for this item state that it is compatible with copper...

Asked by L61K April 2, 2020
2
Answers

I believe the website has been updated

Is this suitable to use a main shut off valve to sprinkler system?

Asked by Chesterfield November 13, 2019
5
Answers

Yes

Which end is a slip end? It's not marked at all on this model 1/2" slip ball valve

Asked by Dan December 16, 2018
7
Answers

both sides will slip on the split pipe, notice the longer side of the valve that is the first you clear the two inch pipe then pull out of the first then it will stop two inches on each side

Can I connect it to an existing three quarter inch copper Street elbow? t copperelbow?

Asked by Pexrhead November 26, 2018
5
Answers

My guess would be no. street elbows are too short.

Which direction does the ball valve face

Asked by Nap September 4, 2018
5
Answers

Level. East to west.

Does it work on pvc pipe

Asked by Harvey July 13, 2018
5
Answers

No, but you can buy a special valve that is just for PVC.

How do you keep this from spinning?

Asked by Cdog May 23, 2018
6
Answers

You cannot stop it from spinning

Can this valve be used on 1/2 inch pvc pipe

Asked by old December 30, 2017
6
Answers

Yes, CPVC

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Customer Reviews

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Space needed on rigid line
My main supply line valve was a compression type. It was corroded and leaking. So I decided to replace it. After the city supply valve was turned off, I cut out the old valve. All in all it's worked perfectly. However, here's what I'd like to communicate... The instructions say that it's supposed to cover a gap of up to 2in... Well, I cut the 2in section and it wasn't big enough for me to slip it on. So, long story short, I ended up cutting a total of 6&5/8ths out of the original pipe and using 3&7/8ths with a sharkbite coupling and the slip ball valve... That being said, maybe I could have just cut out 2&3/4ths inches. I haven't had full pressure for years because I was so nervous to mess with it.
by Thane S
Very handy valve for wherever you need to place one.
I installed one of these on my outside hose bib line because the old multi-turn valve stopped working. It was pretty easy to install; just cut a 2" section of pipe out and clean both ends. Then slide the fitting on one end and back, insert the other end and use the release tool to slide the valve back onto the second end. Took me 20 minutes. No cutting pipe in different areas and soldering! Five years later I have no leaks. The valve also works great too. It is a quarter turn so it is easy on/off and is more reliable than the old gate valves.
by SteveVA
1 person found this helpful
Easy to use. Just cut the CPVC squared and deburred the ends, and shoved it together. Seriously i...
Easy to use. Just cut the CPVC squared and deburred the ends, and shoved it together. Seriously its that easy!
by bill
1 person found this helpful
Easy to install. With cutting out old plumbing and installing it was a total of 10-15 mins. Wife ...
Easy to install. With cutting out old plumbing and installing it was a total of 10-15 mins. Wife was happy. Slipped on easily and works like a charm. I have some plumbing experience and this was easiest of all. Pricey but worth the cost in ease and headaches.
by JoeRuck
1 person found this helpful
My husband loves sharkbite! He is a contractor and anytime he needs to do plumbing with any type...
My husband loves sharkbite! He is a contractor and anytime he needs to do plumbing with any type of faucet work, this is his Go-to. They are quick, reliable, and easy. My husband wanted to reconnect water lines to the wash tub in the laundry room, from the water lines connected to the bathroom. The person that owned the house b4 disconnected the water lines from the wash tub and ran them to the 2nd bathroom instead. So my husband decided he would hook the lines up with the shark bite connectors. So we went to THD and purchased the shark bites and lines to reconnect and hook up the wash tub. The job from start to end was a 1/2 hour. We have also used these in our previous houses for sink faucets in the kitchens and bathrooms. Every plumber we know recommends them, too. They are 100% worth the extra cost. Just get 'em.
by Jenn
1 person found this helpful
very easy to install and the slip extension was very helpful in reaching a perfect fit.
very easy to install and the slip extension was very helpful in reaching a perfect fit.
by Robert
This valve saved me a hefty plumber's bill for replacing a shutoff valve for my water heater--if ...
This valve saved me a hefty plumber's bill for replacing a shutoff valve for my water heater--if and when they might find the time to get to me (they said 2 weeks!). That's a long time to go without hot water. Someone told me about the SharkBite products--that require no soldering and simply slip on and push to connect. Sure enough, I simply cut out the valve using a "Rigid" low profile tubing cutter (from HD), removing some extra copper pipe. I polished the cut ends of the existing pipe with 0000 steel wool (don't use sandpaper), and connected the valve. Snap! I had already inserted a short piece of copper pipe into the slip part of the SharkBite valve and installed a SharkBite coupling on the other end of the existing pipe. Then with the slip tool (included with the SharkBite slip valve), I slipped the piece of copper tube in the valve, up and into the coupling... Snap! Done! The whole job can be done in 30 minutes. I understand these are code approved. They work on any combination of Copper, CPVC, PE-RT, and PEX Pipe. They warranty these for 15 years. I'm not sure if that means that they will ultimately fail, sometime after that? I hope not. Highly recommend! Will use again. I think I might re-plumb my whole house! There are good videos for using these.
by Dioji
2 people found this helpful
This product worked slicker than snot.... I used dawn dish soap to lube up the copper and pex pip...
This product worked slicker than snot.... I used dawn dish soap to lube up the copper and pex pipe I was splicing. Pushed it down the pex and slipped it back up the copper pipe. Save me a boat load of time. thought it was way over priced but it did the job I needed it to. Original valves froze and started leaking.
by lonfu
1 person found this helpful
If you'd told me a couple of weeks ago that the main water shutoff to my house was toast and need...
If you'd told me a couple of weeks ago that the main water shutoff to my house was toast and needed to be replaced, I'd have been bummed. If you'd told me I was going to replace it myself, I'd have said you were out of your mind. But today, in well under an hour, I cut out the old gate valve on the lateral coming into my house, and installed a new Sharkbite 3/4" slip ball valve, with no problems whatsoever. Now, I'm pretty handy around the house, but beyond pulling/setting a toilet, or swapping out a faucet set, plumbing is NOT my thing. With these new push-to-connect fittings from SharkBite though, the game has changed. Honestly, the whole process couldn't have been more painless. I know I just saved myself a few hundred dollars, and couldn't be more pleased. A few pieces of advice: 1) Get and use the SharkBite deburring/depth tool. If your access to use it is limited (my pipe was less than an inch from a block wall), you can cut it up with a hacksaw. 2) When you prep the ends of your pipes with the tool, go ahead and mark the depth on the pipe with a marker, like they tell you to do in the instructional videos. It takes all the guess work out of knowing whether you have the fitting seated all the way onto the pipe. Seriously, do this. 3) Getting the fittings to release using the disconnect clip can be a little tricky. What worked for me was to press the disconnect clip hard against the fitting, while simultaneously rotating it about a half or quarter turn around the pipe to get the fitting to fully release.
by FriendOfThePod
11 people found this helpful
Simply the best solution for the home plumber! Easy to install. Quality Construction
I've been using Sharkbite products for nearly a decade now and simply love them. They never fail and they install so easily. Each component is built from high quality brass and steel, no plastic fittings here. I had to install a new water supply on the outside of the house and the only shut off was the main shut off valve by the water meter. This Sharkbite fitting allowed me to quickly add a shut off valve close to the area I was working in and let me turn the water back on to the rest of the house while I worked. Installation of this slip style ball valve could not be easier. You will cut 2 inches of pipe from the line you want to install the valve on. Line up the new valve and slide the long slip end onto the pipe first. Then you line up the remaining open end and shove the pipe into the fitting. Adjust the valve using the included orange release clip until the pipe is bottomed out in the non-slip end. It's all done in 30 seconds. The valve itself operates easily and the handle is large and strong. You get a solid stop whether opening or closing the line. Sharkbite saves you a fortune in plumber costs and gives you confidence that you won't have leaks and satisfaction that you did it yourself. I recommend Sharkbite connections to everyone I know.
by hpiguy
7 people found this helpful
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