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S116-32, S1116-32

Pressure Sustaining with Solenoid (On-Off) and Hydraulic Check

Lead Free* Models Available

Description:

The Watts ACV Pressure Sustaining and Solenoid (On-Off) Control Valve with Hydraulic Check Feature is designed to permit flow when upstream pressure is above the adjustable setpoint of the control pilot, and throttle toward closed when upstream pressure falls below the adjustable setpoint. It is controlled by a normally closed control pilot designed to: 1) Open (allowing fluid out of the main valve cover chamber) when upstream pressure is above the adjustable setpoint, and, 2) Close (allowing fluid to fill the main valve cover chamber) when upstream pressure is below the adjustable setpoint. An increase in upstream pressure causes the valve to modulate toward an open position. A decrease in upstream pressure causes the valve to modulate toward a closed position.

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*The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable water contains less than 0.25% of lead by weight.

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