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McDonnell & Miller Series 193 Low Water Cut-off/Pump Controller For Steam Boilers
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McDonnell & Miller Series 193 Low Water Cut-off/Pump Controller For Steam Boilers

Item #: WBB916123

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Expected ship date 05/09/2019 Estimated lead times do not include weekends or holidays. Transit time is determined by shipping method and destination. Orders requiring credit information might take additional time.

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McDonnell & Miller Series 193 Low Water Cut-off/Pump Controller For Steam Boilers

For commercial and industrial low or high pressure steam boilers. Maintains consistent water level Regardless of pressure. Water column with integral tapings for gauge glass and tri-cock installations. For boilers of any steaming capacity. No. 5 Switch included. Magnetic repulsion eliminates need for bellows. Optional features - Manual reset. 7B switch (135ohm proportional control signal) to maintain constant boiler water level. 1" NPT connections. Maximum pressure 150 psi (10. 5 kg/cm2). Made in the USA.

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    • BRANDMcDonnell & Miller
    • WIDTH INCHES6-3/4
    • DEPTH INCHES13
    • HEIGHT INCHES20-1/2
    • WEIGHT LBS56.2
    • MAXIMUM PRESSURE PSI150
    • MODEL NUMBER193
    • SERIES193
    • LIMITED WARRANTY YEARS1
    • FOR USE WITHCommercial And Industrial Low Or High Pressure Steam Boilers
    • MANUFACTURER'S PART NUMBER163400
    • TYPELow Water Cut-off/Pump Controller

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