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- ItemPneumatic Control Valve
- Pipe (In.)5/8 ODF
- Width (In.)3-1/8
- Height (In.)4-7/8
- Valve Type3-Way
- Spring Range (PSI)2-5
- Body Pressure Rating (PSI)250
- Close Off Rating @ Main PSI58 @ 13
- Max. Controlled Medium Temp. (F)250
- Max. Safe Air PSI29
- FeaturesDirect Acting Rolling Diaphragm Actuator with Integral High Temperature Plastic Air Connector, Rotating Actuator, Aligns Air Connection with Control Air Piping, Brass, Lower is Integral and Upper is Removable
- FunctionIntegral Seat and Brass Plug with Removable Composition Disc Provides Equal Percentage Flow
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