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T-port and L-port valves are similar in the fact they provide methods for diverting flow, however in function they are unique to each other.
The ball in a T-port valve is drilled to have a T shaped bore. This allows fluid to be diverted to two outlets simultaneously or two inlets mixed to one outlet when the valve is fully open.
Conversely, the ball in a L-port valve is drilled to have an L shaped bore. This means fluid can be fed from two sources or released via two outlets. The Georg Fischer 3-way L port ball valves also allow fluid to be diverted to two outlets simultaneously or two inlets mixed to one outlet, however the flow rate will be reduced. Unlike a T-port valve, an L-port valve can be fully closed, restricting any flow.
T-port valve working positions:
L-port valve working positions:
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