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DEMA Brass Normally Closed High Pressure Solenoid Valve, 10-1200 Psi Pressure, 1/2" NPT, 1/2 Orifice Diameter, 3.70 CV Flow Fact

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DEMA Brass Normally Closed High Pressure Solenoid Valve, 10-1200 Psi Pressure, 1/2" NPT, 1/2 Orifice Diameter, 3.70 CV Flow Factor, 28.66 GPM

DEMA's high pressure valves are designed for pressures from 10 psi up to 1200 psi, are available for 3/8-1" pipes, have orifices from 11/32-15/16" and are intended for use with water only. They operate the same as a pilot operated valve except the pilot port is in a separate chamber from the piston. This allows the plunger to operate closer to the top plug with more force and consequently higher opening pressure.
- Stainless Steel Piston
- Teflon seals
- Rated for 200
  • Model: 454P






DEMA Brass Normally Closed High Pressure Solenoid Valve, 10-1200 Psi Pressure, 1/2" NPT, 1/2 Orifice Diameter, 3.70 CV Flow Fact

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