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Automatic Drain Valve, 3/4" NPT Pipe Size, 1/2" Drain Outlet Dia., 450 psi Max. Pressure
- Item # 11U220
- Mfr. Model # PNLD II-28
- UNSPSC # 40141701
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 17.3 lbs.
- Item Automatic Drain Valve
- Pipe Size 3/4" NPT
- Drain Outlet Dia. 1/2"
- Max. Pressure 450 psi
- Operating Temp. Range 35 to 120 Degrees F
- Drain Rate @ 100 PSI 1 gpm
- Bowl Capacity 28 oz
- Body Material Aluminum/Fiberglass
- Overall Height 8-13/32"
- Overall Width 9-15/16"
- Overall Depth 13-5/8"
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