Angle Valves are manually controlled valves with outlet apertures that are at right angles to their inlet holes and can be used to control the flow of fluids through pipes. Angle valves are a type of flow control device in which fluids exit at a right angle to their entrance. When looking for the best angle valves, two factors should be taken into account: materials and operation or method of use. Angle Valves are typically composed of a variety of materials, including stainless steel, brass, and plastic (PVC), among others, with brass being the most reliable and durable due to metals' superior durability over plastic. Furthermore, it is the most crucial part of operation or usage. A quarter-turn or multi-turn fitting is generally used to operate an Angle Valve. To begin, you must first learn how to use it. Quarter-turn valves are currently more reliable and common than multi-turn valves.