Hydraulic control valve family

The Series 800Y Hydraulic Control Valve Family is designed for fire protection applications in high-rise and high-demand buildings.

01/23/2017


The Series 800Y Hydraulic Control Valve Family is designed for fire protection applications in high-rise and high-demand buildings. Courtesy: VictaulicThe Series 800Y Hydraulic Control Valve Family from Victaulic is designed for fire protection applications in high-rise and high-demand buildings. The reinforced rolling elastomeric diaphragm of the mechanical pipe solution automatically adjusts to throttle flow to a concentrated area, which enables the system to stay operational during low flows. The control valves reduces water hammer and has an easily accessible, four-bolt cover plate for quick removal without detaching the control trim to eliminate the potential for contamination or damage of internal components. The Series 800Y family is designed with hydraulic control functions, drain ports, pre-trapped ports for pressure gauges, and remote on/off control. 

 

Victaulic

 

www.victaulic.com 



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