I have a customer that has a piping specification that refers to ball valves as "regular port" and "full port". Now, I'm very clear, when referring to "full port", as to what I'm referring to. On the other hand, when someone refers to a ball valve as "regular port", what specifically are we refering to? I'm fairly sure I know, but I want to see what the general concensus is. This may sound picky or silly, but it's important to me at the moment.
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