A manual V-port control ball valve（segment control ball valve） is a valve device used for fluid control.
This type of valve typically features a ball as the valve body,
with a V-shaped cutout on the surface. Flow regulation is achieved by rotating the ball,
allowing for precise control of fluid flow.
This design is particularly suitable for industrial applications that require accurate fluid control.
The operation of a manual V-port control ball valve involves manually rotating the ball using an operating device,
typically a handle or handwheel.
This rotation changes the size of the passage through the valve,
thereby adjusting the flow rate. These valves are commonly employed in industries such as chemical,
petroleum, natural gas, and other industrial fields where precise flow control is essential.
The V-shaped cutout design enables the valve to provide a wide range of
adjustment during the control process and ensures good fluid flow control performance.
Manual V-port control ball valves find extensive use in processes requiring
high-precision flow control. It's worth noting that although they are manually operated,
in some applications, they may also be used in conjunction with automatic control
systems for more precise and automated flow control.