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- TypeVariable Area
- Max. Pressure (PSI)3500
- Connection Size (In.)3/4 FNPT
- Max. Temp. (F)240
- Length (In.)7-3/16
- Width (In.)2-1/2
- Height (In.)2-7/8
- Housing MaterialBrass
- Chamber MaterialBrass
- Seal MaterialViton
- Flow Range1 to 10 gpm
- Accuracy (%)+/-2% Full Scale
- Flow MaterialWater and Other Liquids
- Flow Range @ GPM/LPM1 to 10 / 5 to 38
- Pressure Drop - 100% Flow (PSI)9.00
- Pressure Drop - 50% Flow (PSI)3.50
- Specific Gravity1.000
Compliance and Restrictions
This product is not intended for potable water applications (human consumption – drinking and cooking) and has not been designed to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable water applications. This item is for use only in non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications.
This item is restricted for conveying or dispensing water for potable use (human consumption).
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