Contractor and Commercial Valves 2007 PRODUCT TRAINING Ron Bailey

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  • Contractor and Commercial Valves 2007 PRODUCT TRAINING Ron Bailey
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  • Introduction Valves are the gates that control the flow of water in irrigation systems. Their reliability is critical for proper operation of the system. Rain Bird valves are designed to withstand the extreme environments for each application: temperature, pressure, and water source specifications for each site will establish the valve requirements.
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  • Product Overview Plastic Valves JTV/JTVF series PGA series DV/DVF series PEB series ASVF series PESB series Brass Valves GB series EFB-CP series Hybrid Valves BPE and BPES Quick-Coupling Valves
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  • Plastic Valves: DV, DVF, ASVF Dual-filtered pilot-flow for maximum reliability Balanced pressure design for fail-safe operation (Reverse Flow)
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  • G3 Solenoid Stainless steel core tube Highly resistant to coil failures Longer life Differentiated by stripe on lead wires White stripe on black wires Black stripe on white wires
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  • Plastic Valves: JTV/JTVF Jar Top Valve Series Specifications: Threaded bonnet design allows tool-free access and maintenance Plastic reverse flow valve for residential and light commercial applications Available in 1(26/34mm) NPT or BSP female threads; 1(26/34mm) slip x slip; 1 Male x Male; 1 Male x Barb; Flow Control configurations Pressure: 15 to 150 psi (1,0-10,34 bar) Flow:.25 to 30 GPM (0,06-6,82m 3 /h; 0,01 - 1,89 l/s)
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  • JTV Benefit/Feature Benefit: Ease of installation. Fool proof Feature: Diaphragm and bonnet alignment not required Benefit: Threads stay free of dirt/bonnet is easy to remove Feature: One Piece Bonnet Benefit: Rotation of the bonnet breaks the vacuum Feature: One Piece Bonnet Benefit: Valve fails closed and minimizes risk of flooding Feature: Reverse Flow Benefit: Clear direction of flow Feature: Solenoid over outlet
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  • JTV Benefit/Feature Benefit: Visual indication of operation Feature: External Bleed Benefit: Better dirty water performance Feature: Double Filtration Benefit: Spring stays in place/does not fall into the valve box Feature: Captive Spring Benefit: Faster and easier assembly Feature: Fewer Parts (3 vs. 5 or 6) Benefit: More working space /more valves per valve box Feature: Shorter size and smaller diameter
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