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DIG Inline AC Valves w/ 24 VAC solenoid

DIG Inline AC Valves w/ 24 VAC solenoid

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Product Description

DIG’s heavy duty 24 VAC plastic inline valves are designed for reliable operation and superior hydraulic performance. They are suitable for above- or below - grade installation.  This line of inline valves have an internal design that enables a high flow rate with low head loss, smooth valve opening and closing, low flow opening and actuation pressure with less risk for diaphragm erosion and distortion.

Features:

  • Constructed of a UV-resistant, glass-reinforced nylon bonnet with a stainless steel spring and non-corrosive materials
  • High flow with low pressure loss
  • Operates in a wide range of flow rates
  • Normally closed
  • Large flow control handle making it easier than ever to adjust water flow and manual shutoff
  • Manual or automatic operation
  • Flow-control adjustment – can be used to reduce sprinkler over-spray
  • Smooth valve opening and closing prevents pressure surge hazards
  • The valve’s only moving component is its diaphragm with no shaft, seals, or bearings within the water passage
  • Unobstructed flow path for higher flow rate with lower head loss
  • Highly durable to chemical use with an irrigation system
  • Flexible balanced diaphragm and seal

Specifications:

Body Styles: inline (globe) valve

Operating pressure: 10 to 150 PSI (.7 to 10.5 bar)

Operating flow range:

  • 1 1/2" size: 20 to 132 GPM (4.5 to 30 m3h)
  • 2" size: 30 to 160 GPM (6.8 to 36 m3h)

Solenoid: 24VAC (50 -60 cycles)

  • Current: .032A (7.7 VA)
  • Holding Current: 0.16A (3.84 VA)
  • Power Consumption: 1.7/2.2 watts

Material:

  • Body: glass-reinforced nylon
  • Bonnet: glass-reinforced nylon
  • Solenoid: glass-reinforced nylon
  • Spring and pins: Stainless steel
  • Bolts: Stainless steel
  • Encapsulated diaphragm seat assembly: Nylon fabric reinforced polyisoprene (NR)
  • Seat assembly: NBR
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