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Float Valve, 3/4 In, PVC, Bulkhead Mount

KERICK VALVE

Price: $23.78 / each

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  • Item # 4DME1
  • Mfr. Model # PT75SS
  • UNSPSC # 40141610
  • Catalog Page # 4072
  • Shipping Weight 0.26 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemFloat Valve With Threaded Outlet
  • MountingBulkhead
  • Size3/4"
  • Connection TypeMNPT
  • Rod Thread1/4-20
  • Body MaterialPVC
  • Valve Flow - Pressure (1)31 psi
  • Valve Flow - Flow (1)37 gpm
  • Valve Flow - Pressure (2)40 psi
  • Valve Flow - Flow (2)60 gpm
  • Max. Pressure100 psi
  • Features0.50" Orifice
  • StandardsNSF/ANSI 61, Standard 169
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).

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I have a spring-fed domestic (potable) water supply that I use out of an 800 gallon water tank. I want to feed this domestic water tank to maintain a water level between 800 gallons (full) to about 300 gallons (low level). The low-level will trigger a float valve to come on and fill the domestic tank from a second 550 gallon reservoir tank. At the full-level the valve will shut the reservoir tank supply line off, and the turn it back on when the 300 gallon level is reached. The reason for the 500 gallon difference between full and low, is that I have a sediment filter in the supply line that will filter the fresh 500 gallon filling. This filter works more efficiently when a "charge" ( ie, 500 gallons) is filtered at one time rather than having just a few gallons trickle into the filter at one time.
My question is, of all the valves that you offer, which ones will handle 1) Potable water, and 2) control the level in the Domestic tank between the full and low levels as described?
I noticed item # 4DME1, a 3/4" model that appears to fit the criterion as described. Am I looking in the correct ball park to perform the task that I need?
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Item 4DME1is a good choice for this application as it is NSF approved. For maintaining your water level, you will also need a float rod and float ball from page 4425 of our current catalog, number 404. The length of the rod will be determined by the difference in your 2 needed water levels taken on roughly a 45 degree angle.

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