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- ItemSolder Globe Valve
- Type3-Way, Cartridge Cage
- Height (In.)4-3/8
- Width (In.)3-7/8
- Depth (In.)2-3/4
- Coefficient of Volume3.7
- Safe Working Water PSI300
- Max. Water Temp. (Deg. F)34 to 203
- For Use WithWater or Glycol Solution 50% Max
- Agency ComplianceCRN
- Connection Type/Size (In.)(F)NPT 1/2
- Description/Special FeaturesThree-Way Bodies May Be Used In Either Diverting Or Mixing Applications, Replacing The Cartridge Rebuilds The Valve, Linearized Cartridge For Use With Floating Actuators
- SpecificationsQuick, Open, Linear, And Equal Percentage Control Characteristics Available. Bi-Directional Installation. No Tools Required For Actuator Installation Or Removal. Actuator Removal Does Not Require Draining System. Service Is By Replacement Of Cartridge, Not Valve Body.
- IncludesInstallation Manual
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