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Angle Body Piston Valve, Bronze, NC, 1/2 In
- Item # 2HTR7
- Mfr. Model # 8290A384
- UNSPSC # 40141630
- Catalog Page # 4030
- Shipping Weight 2.3 lbs.
- ItemAngle Body Piston Valve
- Body MaterialBronze
- Valve Design2-Way/2-Position
- Valve ConfigurationNormally Closed
- Pipe Size1/2"
- Orifice Dia.1/2"
- Coefficient of Volume5.7
- Min. Operating Pressure Differential0 psi
- Max. Operating Pressure Differential Water240 psi
- Max. Operating Pressure Differential Steam150 psi
- Min. Pilot Pressure60 psi
- Max. Pilot Pressure150 psi
- Operator Size50 mm
- Ambient Temp. Range15 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
- Stem Material431 Stainless Steel
- Disc MaterialBrass
- Center Line Pipe Center Size5-1/2"
- Max. Fluid Temp.366 Degrees F
- Viscosity2,700 SSU
- Overall Length2-9/16"
- Overall Width5-3/5"
- Overall Height6-1/16"
- ActuatorPilot Solenoid Valve, Not Included
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