Irritrol 700 In-Line Valve with Flow Control 1" FPT
- Flow Rate: 0.1 - 50 GPM
- Connection: Female Pipe Thread
- Application: Residential and Commercial
Features & Benefits
Featuring a straight-through flow path that dramatically reduces pressure loss, the Irritrol UltraFlow Series of plastic valves leads the industry in long-term performance and reliability. With a flow range from .1 to 180 GPM and a self-cleaning, 150-mesh stainless steel filter screen, these unique valves are ideal for a multitude of potable and dirty water applications. A glass-reinforced nylon body and bonnet, stainless steel spring and hardware, and a rugged, nylon-reinforced Buna-N diaphragm add an extra dimension of toughness to this very durable family of valves.
- Unique straight-through flow path. Provides extremely low friction loss
- Slow-closing design. Reduces water hammer and resulting stress on the system
- Tough glass-reinforced nylon, stainless steel and brass construction. Provides durability and long life
- High and low-flow operation. Ensures consistent performance in a variety of applications
- Self-flushing, 150-mesh, stainless steel filter screen on 1-, 1- and 2-inch models. Provides consistent operation
- Solenoid: 24 V ac
- Inrush volt-amp: 24 V ac-9.6 VA
- Inrush current: .4 amp
- Holding volt-amp: 24 V ac-4.8 VA
- Holding current: .2 amp
H: 4 1/2", W: 3", D: 4 3/5"
over 2 years ago
Line pressure is 60 PSI. Now, when I turn off the water, and the electricity to the valve, then after a bit, I turn the water back on (no electricity), the water no longer flows. When I turn on the electricity, then turn it off, the water continues to flow. How do I resolve this problem?
I have a somewhat unique application for this valve (controlling flow in an oyster nursery system with seawater) but I had problems with the valves not operating smoothly below 10 psi., as the specifications say. I am now running it at 20 psi and the valves are running fine.
I don't know what the upper limit may be.
120 volts will fry the solenoid coil.
Also very dangerous to mix line voltage and water.
You can use a 24volt door bell transformer to power coil. Or use a 24vac wall transformer. Check amazon.
You must also use a gfci device to power the transformer.this is deadly done wrong.
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