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Two-Way Sweat Valve, 1/2 In, 0.47 Cv
- Item # 4ATC1
- Mfr. Model # V5852A2023
- UNSPSC # 40141616
- Catalog Page # 4235
- Shipping Weight 0.58 lbs.
- ItemSolder Globe Valve
- Type2-Way, Cartridge
- Height (In.)3
- Width (In.)3/4
- Depth (In.)3
- Coefficient of Volume0.47
- Safe Working Steam PSI40.5
- Safe Working Water PSI240
- Max. Water Temp. (Deg. F)36 to 248
- For Use WithWater or Glycol Solution 50% Max
- Agency ComplianceCRN
- Connection Type/Size (In.)Sweat 1/2
- Description/Special FeaturesFor Use With Series 1000 Actuators: M6410, M7410, M6435, M7435 & Mp958 Pneumatic Actuator
- SpecificationsLong Stroke Allows Wider Range Of Control. Soft Valve Seat Provides Low Leakage Rate. Threaded Plastic Cover/Manual Handle Allows Manual Operation. Easily Installed In Areas Where Space Is Limited.
- IncludesInstallation Manual
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