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BI-TORQ 1-1/4" 3-Way T-Port Brass NPT Ball Valve W/NEMA 4 115VAC
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BI-TORQ 1-1/4" 3-Way T-Port Brass NPT Ball Valve W/NEMA 4 115VAC

Item #: WBB438808

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1-1/4" 3-Way T-Port Brass NPT Ball Valve W/NEMA 4 115VAC

The BI-TORQ IP-3WT-12-200-E-A-4 series 1-1/4" NPT (threaded) ball valve features a 3-way (multi-port) brass ball valve with an T-port configuration. The valve has a pressure rating to 600 PSI and a temperature rating of +297°F. TFE seats and Viton seals are compatible with a wide range of industries and media type. his version comes complete with a BI-200-A-4 115VAC electric actuator with a NEMA 4 powder coated enclosure. A high-visibility dome and limit switches provide position indication. The actuator is rated from 0°F to +150°F with temperature controls available for extreme environments.

Product Specifications

    • LENGTH INCHES6.88
    • WIDTH INCHES4.75
    • HEIGHT INCHES7.73
    • BRANDBI-TORQ
    • PACKAGE QUANTITY1
    • ACTUATED OR MANUALACTUATED
    • END CONNECTIONSNPT
    • ACTUATORELECTRIC
    • VALVE TYPEBALL
    • BODY MATERIALBRASS
    • VALVE SIZE1 1/4"
    • # OF PORTS3-WAY
    • MANUFACTURER PART NUMBERIP-3WT-12-200-E-A-4
    • CONSTRUCTIONValve: Brass; Actuator: Aluminum
    • TYPE OF ACTUATIONON-OFF

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