Steam Solenoid Valve, 2-Way/2-Position Valve Design, Normally Open Valve Configuration
- Item # 4EME7
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- Mfr. Model # 8267G011
- Catalog Page # 2881
- UNSPSC # 40141605
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- Item Steam Solenoid Valve
- Solenoid Valve Product Group Steam Solenoid Valve
- Valve Ways and Positions 2-Way/2-Position
- Valve Configuration Normally Open
- Media - Valves Steam
- Pipe Size - Valves 3/8"
- Min. Operating Pressure Differential 0 psi
- Max. Operating Pressure Differential Steam 30 psi
- Environmental Rating - Valves Indoor,Outdoor
- Voltage 120VAC
- Coefficient of Volume 5.10
- Body Material - Valves Brass
- Coil Insulation Class H
- Orifice Dia. 3/8"
- NEMA Rating 1, 2, 3, 3S, 4, 4X
- Coil Enclosure Watertight No Junction Box
- Max. Fluid Temp. Steam 280 Degrees F
- Electrical Connections 1/2" Conduit w/18" Leads
- Watts 16.1
- Ambient Temp. Range 125 Degrees F Degrees F
- Hz 60
- Overall Length 3-27/64"
- Overall Width 2-1/16"
- Overall Height 4-5/16"
- Center Line Pipe Center Size 3-21/64"
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