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EMVII-6400-SS

Electric Motor Valves

OBSOLETE PRODUCT

Replacement Product: LFEMVII-6400-SS

Size(s):

1/4 to 3 in. (8 to 80mm)

Description:

Series EMVII-6400-SS Electric Motor Valves are used in commercial HVAC zone control and light industrial applications. It consists of a bronze body construction, vented stainless steel ball, standard position indicator, adjustable packing, blowout-proof stainless steel stem, and bubble-tight shutoff. Series EMVII-6400-SS has a manual override, comes completely assembled, and is mountable in any position (horizontal position in steam applications). It is ideal for hot water or steam space heating applications, for controlling process liquids or gases (i.e., steam, water, or air), or eliminating water from compressed air lines and systems. Pressure Rating: For 1/4 to 2 in. - 600psi WOG (non-shock); For 2 1/2 to 3 in. - 400psi WOG (non-shock).

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