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Automatic Vent Valve, Air, 3/4 In NPT
- Item # 3EJJ4
- Mfr. Model # NAV-213
- UNSPSC # 40141606
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 1.8 lbs.
- ItemAutomatic Vent Valve
- Inlet Size3/4"
- Body MaterialStainless Steel
- Connection TypeMNPT
- Float MaterialStainless Steel
- Max. Pressure400 psi
- Min. Pressure1 psi
- Temp. Range33 Degrees to 240 Degrees F
- Vent Dia.1/2"
- Vent Height7-1/4"
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Just in case this valve leaks water, as one reviewer claimed, I wanted to have an idea of the maximum flow rate it can leak.
Do you have an estimate on the max Cv, or maybe max flow rate at a given pressure if the valve were to completely fail open at any point? Cut sheet from manufacturer would be preferred. I cannot find it online.
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