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Champion Brass Anti-Siphon with Union Valve 1 in. FPT | CL466-100-C

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Champion CL466-100-C 1 in. Anti-Siphon Valve with Union

  • Material: Brass
  • Champion Valve CL466-100-C
  • Type: Antisiphon Valve with Union

Features & Benefits

Champion CL466 Series Automatic Anti-Siphon Valves provide back-flow protection to protect your water supply and automatic operation with connection to irrigation timer.

  • True red brass construction on CL's and 466 series.
  • Combines reliable Champion anti-siphon valves and actuators.
  • Flow control stem and external bleed
  • Anti-siphon prevents backflow of contaminated water into household water supply.

Product Details

  • Optimal flow range: 5-35 GPM
  • Rated to 150 PSI maximum working pressure
  • Optimal operating pressure 30-90 PSI

Electrical 

  • Solenoid: 24VAC/60Hz/50Hz
  • Inrush current:0.59 Amps (14.2 VA)
  • Holding Current: 0.33 Amps (7.9 VA)
  • 22" lead wires

Troubleshooting

Solenoid failure: If the solenoid is not seating properly, water may leak.

  1. Remove the solenoid and check the solenoid for dirt or debris. There should be no dirt or rust on the inside of the solenoid rod/chamber or on the armature. Clean with water if necessary or replace the solenoid
  2. Clean the holes at the flat base of the solenoid port. Use a paper clip or similar tool to clean debris build up inside the 2 holes passing into the top of the actuator
  3. Ensure the solenoid o-ring is in good condition. Replace the o-ring if broken or damaged.

Damaged Diaphragm: If the diaphragm has lost elasticity or if there are cracks or pin holes, it will cause water to leak into your sprinklers.

  1. Replace the diaphragm and other components using the corresponding repair kit.
  2. Clean the actuator and metering rod using water or an emery cloth

Water Pressure

  1. Check for obvious leaks on the actuator. It should be dry under normal use. Replace O-rings and other parts to stop leaks. Tighten screws if leaks occur between top and bottom brass bodies of actuator.
  2. Check your water pressure. Champion actuators are rated to a maximum of 125 PSI, but the optimal range is 80 - 100 PSI for best performance and water conservation. Pressure above 100 PSI may cause performance problems or abnormal wear on the valve.
More Information
Brand Champion
Valve Type Anti-Siphon with Union
Connection FPT
Type Valve
Application Residential and Commercial
Warranty 3 Years
Size 1 in.
Manual (3.78 MB)
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