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Washing Machine Leak Detection System
- Item # 11K222
- Mfr. Model # RS-090
- UNSPSC # 41111932
- Catalog Page # 3752
- Shipping Weight 4.5 lbs.
- ItemWashing Machine Leak Detection and Alarm Shutoff System
- Pipe Size3/4"
- Max. Pressure80 psi
- Number of Sensors1
- Voltage120 VAC
- Connection TypeNPT
- Audio AlarmYes
- Shut OffYes
- Sensor Cord Length8 ft.
- Power Cord Length12 ft.
- MaterialHigh Impact ABS, Brass Valve
- Relay Output12 to 24 Volts, 0.25 AMPS
- Temp. Range14 Degrees to 122 Degrees F
- ApplicationWashing Machines
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This is a wash machine shut off, are you looking for a complete house or building shutdown? We carry this all the way up to a 4" main.. So if you are looking for a multizone unit I do not know who makes one of these.
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