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- ItemBleed Valve
- Body MaterialBrass with Electroless Nickel
- Connection TypeNPT
- Pipe Size0.90"
- Max. Pressure125 psi
- CFM @ 75 PSI10.8
- Temp. Range-20 Degrees to 160 Degrees F
- Coefficient of Volume.3
- Handle TypeMetal Button
- Overall Length0.83"
- Seal MaterialBuna-N
- Seat MaterialBuna-N
- Stem MaterialBrass
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Is this a manully operated, push to open bleed valve?
Is it ok with fresh water?
This item has been designed to be used to release air pressure from a pneumatic system, and should not be used with water as it does not have a threaded port for transferring liquids to a drain. At your convenience, please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER to discuss your system and we will be happy to assist with selecting a different style of valve for your needs.
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