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Hunter 0.5 - 15 GPM Drip Zone Assembly 3/4" FPT | ACZ-075-40

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HUNTER PCZ/PACZ DRIP ZONE KITS:

Convenient and reliable solutions for automatic control of a drip zone. For years, Hunter has produced rugged, dependable valves. Now, there are pre-assembled kits that bring together the popular Hunter PGV valve with both a filter and a pressure regulator, providing you with a complete control zone. The main element of these kits are the brawny PGV valve, featuring high-grade material construction including a bonnet made of glass-reinforced nylon designed to handle the toughest conditions a job site can offer. Additional durability comes courtesy of a standard 150 mesh stainless steel screen. Rounding out the elements of the kits are a pressure regulator that maintains the outlet pressure at 40 PSI (we've taken into consideration drip zone pressures). Save both time and labor with the PCZ - and for anti-siphon control zone needs, the PACZ. Two handy kits that include everything you need.

HUNTER ICZ 1" DRIP ZONE CONTROL KITS:

  • ICZ-101-25
  • ICZ-101-40

HUNTER ACZ 3/4" DRIP ZONE CONTROL KITS:

  • ACZ-075-25
  • ACZ-075-40

HUNTER PCZ 1" DRIP ZONE CONTROL KITS:

  • PCZ-101-25
  • PCZ-101-40

  • Pre-assembled control zone

    Kit is sold fully assembled saving you time and labor

  • Stainless steel screen filtration

    Filter element is made from 150 mesh stainless steel ensuring long lasting protection against clogging drip emitters

  • Pressure regulator (controls dynamic pressure to 40 PSI)

    Protects barbed connections within drip zone from fatiguing and leaking

  • Flow: .5 to 15 GPM (30 to 900 GPH; 0.12 to 3.45 m3/hr, 1.9 to 57 l/min)
  • Pressure: 15 to 120 psi (1.0 to 8.0 bar; 100 to 800 kPa)

  • 12" L x 4" W x 6" H (PCZ-101)
  • 11" L x 3" W x 15" H (PACZ-075)

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DRIP ZONE SPECIFICATION BUILDER

OPTIONS

25=25 PSI Regulator 40=40 PSI Regulator

     
Model
Features
Options
   
ICZ-101-25
1" ICV valve with 1" HY100 wye filter
25 psi high-flow regulator
   
ICZ-101-40
1" ICV vale with 1" HY100 wye filter

40 psi high-flow regulator

   
PACZ-075-25
3/4" PRO-ASV valve with 3/4" HY075 filter system

25 psi high-flow regulator

   
PACZ-075-40
3/4" PRO-ASV valve with 3/4" HY075 filter system

40 psi high-flow regulator

   
PCZ-075-25
1" PGV globe valve with 1" HY100 filter system

25 psi high-flow regulator

   
PCZ-075-40
1" PGV globe valve with 1" HY100 filter system

40 psi high-flow regulator

Brand:
Hunter
Weight:
2.0000
Operating PSI:
20 - 120 PSI
Type:
Drip Zone Assembly
Series:
ACZ
Pressure Regulator:
40 PSI
Connection:
FPT
Filter:
150 Mesh
Size (in.):
3/4"
Flow_Rate:
0.5 - 15 GPM
Product Type:
Drip Zone Assembly
By SKU:
ACZ-075-40
Drip Irrigation Size:
3/4"
Flow Rate:
0.5 - 15 GPM
Connection Type:
FPT
PSI:
40 PSI
Type:
Drip Zone Assembly
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just what i needed
W I on Jul 18, 2018
just what i needed
W I on Jul 18, 2018
Do you guys sell just the HY-075 WYE-Filter? Mine has cracked twice now and I don't want to have to buy the entire thing.
Todd N on Jul 14, 2015
What is the performance(application) difference between the 25 and 40 pressure regulator?
mark N on Jan 20, 2012
BEST ANSWER: It will depend on how big your system will be. the larger the system is the more pressure you will need from the source to keep a good constant pressure at the sprinklers or drip irrigators, I hope that helped.
can this be used for 1/2 inch drip line?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2016
what type of voltage supply is needed for regulator?
A shopper on Jul 21, 2013
I must have older units as mine have "30 PSI" written on them. Is it better to go up to 40 PSI or down to 25 PSI ? Are these units any more difficult to replace than a standard valve ? Thanks !
A shopper on Mar 21, 2012