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U404 Foot Valve

U404

U404 Foot Valve

Materials:

Body: Brass

Valve: Brass

Seal : Buna-N / Viton

Features :

Valve closing speed:0.5S

Medium: Gasoline, diesel , and kerosene

Operating Temperature: -30~~+55degree

U404 Series Foot Valves are installed on the bottom of suction tubes in the fuel storage tank to maintain prime in suction system fuel lines.

Double-poppet models provide redundant protection for holding the prime, and are ideal for installations where the valve is not easily accessible.

U404 Series Foot Valves feature precision metal-to-metal sealing arrangements.U404 Series Foot Valves are recommended for use on suction lines where the pressure does not exceed 34 ft of head (approximately 15 psi).

U404 Series Foot Valves are pressured tested to ensure accuracy

Screen protects the valve from debris

100% Factory Tested.

Package:

Net Weight Cross Weight Dimension

32kg/case of 20 35kg/case of 20 30x31.2x18.5cm/case of 20

Important:

The products should be used in compliance with applicable country, province and local Laws and regulations. Products selection should be based on physical Specifications and limitations and compatibility with the environmentand materials to be handled. HONGYANG makes no warranty of fitness for a particular use. All illustrations and Specifications in this literature are based on the latest products information available at the time of publication,HONGYANG reserves the right to make changes at any time in price, materials. Specifications and models and to discontinue models without notice or obligation.

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