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Float Valves

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Product Description

These float valves are available in a variety of configurations to fit almost any need!  The arm that connects the float to the body of the valve is either fixed (straight), or adjustable.  The floats can be connected to the fluid source via 1) a compression (Jaco) fitting for 1/4" or 3/8" OD tubing, or via 2) 1/4", 3/8", or 1/2" male NPT threads. Float valves with compression fittings include an integral bulkhead fitting. Adjustable float valves can be mounted with the bulkhead horizontal or vertical.

  • Estimated flow at 40 PSI is 1.5 gallons per minute (gpm)
  • Tested to 100 PSI
  • Size:
    • Float diameter: 1.4"
    • Flange to float tip: 5.7"
    • Tip of inlet to tip of float: 6.7"
  • Floats with Jaco fittings include jam nut, sealing washer, compression nut and polyethylene float
  • Hardware on adjustable floats made with 18-8 stainless steel (DI water and saltwater safe!)
  • Valve body manufactured from NSF approved PVC
  • Seals are replaceable, and are made of long-wearing, chemical resistant Santoprene® rubber.

 Float valves with integral bulkhead fittings are mounted through a hole in the tank wall.  Drill a 7/16" hole for 1/4" float valves, and a 5/8" hole for the 3/8" float valve.

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