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Cryogenic Solenoid Valve, 2-Way/2-Position Valve Design, Normally Closed Valve Configuration
- Item # 2HTN1
- Mfr. Model # 8222G002LT
- UNSPSC # 40141605
- Catalog Page # 4030
- Shipping Weight 2.3 lbs.
- ItemCryogenic Solenoid Valve
- Valve Design2-Way/2-Position
- Valve ConfigurationNormally Closed
- Pipe Size1/2"
- Orifice Dia.5/8"
- Min. Operating Pressure Differential0 psi
- Max. Operating Pressure Differential90 psi
- Overall Length2-3/4"
- Overall Width1-61/64"
- Overall Height4-11/16"
- Coefficient of Volume3.80
- Coil Insulation ClassH
- NEMA Rating1, 2, 3, 3S, 4, 4X
- Coil EnclosureWatertight No Junction Box
- Electrical Connections1/2" Conduit w/18" Leads
- Max. Fluid Temp.150 Degrees F
- Body MaterialBrass
- Seal MaterialClad Copper
- Seat MaterialBrass
- Disc MaterialBrass
- StandardsCSA Certified, Meets Applicable CE Directives
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