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    Solenoid valve

    So guys what are a good quality long lasting 24volt 3/4 inch sweat solenoid valve's. I am going to have to replace a lot this summer and want a good quality one. Any suggestions appreciated.

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    What’s the application?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    What’s the application?


    what i have its a multi story building that has several 3/4 inch sweat solenoid valve's and circuit setter. I have installed a few taco erie vt2313g13a02a...2way 24 volt. this style i replaced a few about a year ago and they have had a couple fail all ready, and before i change out whole building i want something that will work well with years of good service i hope. I run 180 degree water and max pressure is 110 psi on the lower floors and of course much less at the top of this multi story building. I been asking around to some local supply house's and they seem to suggest taco or honeywell but i wanted some real world experience from everyone here before i make a decision. Name:  valve.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1SikLBZ View Post
    Thanks I will check it out tomm on computer.

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    I like Taco. Easy to change out a power head, and easy to rebuild when/if needed.
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