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Shut Off Solenoid Valve, 1/4"

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Product Description

This normally closed solenoid valve is especially well suited for situations where power will be supplied to the solenoid for an extended time.  It is ideal for use as a shut off solenoid on the feedwater tube for an RO or RODI system that may run for hours at a time.  

The 1/4" solenoid has two spade connectors for the 24VAC power supply.  An optional wiring harness is available.  Like all solenoid valves, water flow must follow the indicated direction.  

Maximum Working Pressure: 140 PSI
Maximum Ambient Temperature: 140F
Maximum Water Temperature: 140F
Duty Cycle: 100%
Valve Body: Polyamide (nylon) 66
Diaphragm: EPDM
Core: SS
Spring: SS
Connections:  1/4" John Guest quick connect

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  1. A must have if your unit has a booster pump 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Sep 2017

    Purchased this solenoid valve to work in conjunction with the booster pump, pressure switch and auto-flush kit to eliminate manual shutting off of the gate valve when im done making RODI. Easy to install (took me less than a minute)

    This is my first time ordering from this retailer and I am impressed with their customer service. I got all my questions answered and shipping was super fast!!

  2. easy to install 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th May 2015

    I got this to use for my auto top off barrel. It was easy to install with the inlet side clearly marked. Took all of 5 minutes from box to operation.

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