Toro 250-00-04 1 in. FPT Pin Type Hydraulic Valve with Flow Control
- 1" Toro 250-00-04 Valve
- With Flow Control
- 1" Female Threaded Inlet/ Outlet
- For use in Hydaulic Systems
This is a Pin Type Hydraulic Valve for use with Hydraulic systems. Hydraulic systems use water-filled tubing to activate valves rather than solenoids. This type of valve does not work with 24 VAC systems.
Heavy duty. Hardworking. The Toro 250/260 and 254/264 Series globe-style valves are made to withstand all that a large residential or light commercial application can dish out. The durable and dependable, glass-filled Zytel bonnet and body construction allows these valves to be rated up to 150 psi, and are available in various inlet/outlet configurations meant to meet contractors' unique preferences. The 1 in. inlet/outlet 250/260 Series valves feature female inlets with female or barbed outlets available in electric, hydraulic or pin-type styles, while the 254/264 Series valves are electric valves with male inlets and male or barbed outlets available in 3/4 or 1 in. sizes.
Features & Benefits
- Heavy-Duty Toro Solenoid provides dependable operation and long life
- Optional Flow Control allows the ability to adjust the flow of each zone
- Comprehensive Inlet and Outlet Choices: Flexibility for new installations and retrofit projects
- Single-Piece Rubber Diaphragm for reliable, leak-tight closing
- Tough, Glass-Filled Zytel Bonnet And Body: Durable construction that provides years of reliable operation
- Manual flow control adjustable to zero flow
- Self-cleaning, stainless steel metering pin
- External manual bleed
- 18 in. lead wires (electric)
- Low in-rush solenoid
- Two Year Warranty
- Recommended flow range: - 3/4 in.: 0.25 to 15.0 gpm - 1 in.: 5.0 to 30.0 gpm
- Operating Pressure - 3/4 in.: 10 to 150 psi - 1 in.: 20 to 150 psi
- Solenoid: 24 VAC - 3/4 in.: Inrush: 0.25 amps, 6.00 VA; Holding: 0.19 amps, 4.56 VA - 1 in.: Inrush: 0.30 amps, 7.20 VA; Holding: 0.20 amps, 4.80 VA
- ¾": 3" H x 4" W
- 1" 250 & 254 (with flow control): 6" H x 4½" W
- 1" 260 & 264 (without flow control): 4½" H x 4½" W
|250/260 Series Friction Loss Data (GPM)|
|1 in.||Hydraulic||less than 1.0||1.0||2.0||3.0||4.0||6.0||9.5|
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Sad the youngsters are scared of hydraulic.
My hydraulic system uses the same value.
Maybe only the diaphragm needs to be replaced (my "problems")
My contractors grandson whined about the values availability , Enter Sprinkler Warehouse and next day delivery.
They wanted the $ to change over to electric.
Which I will do but with Licensed Irrigator.....
So you have never lost a tube?
the 250-00-04 valve will work...install with arrow of bottem of
valve in direction of water flow..open the round hand control on the valve and leave open...then hook your small hydraulic line on to the small receiver which is covered by a plastic cap which you remove with a pair of pliers...then turn on your control panel to the repaired zone and check out before you cover it up...I have been replacing valves with them for several years.. my system is over 45 years old and still working...sprinkler warehouse is a good outfit....
I've pulled top off and seems to be OK.
It is a major plumbing job to replace even one valve.
Do you have any diagonistic trouble shooting suggestions?
I'm afraid I am unable to be of help to you. I apologize.