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CDS-John Blue FD-1210 "Exacto-Flow" Stainless Steel Flow Divider

$767.00
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CDS-John Blue Flow Dividers

  • 302 Stainless Steel balanced spring offers superior performance and corrosion resistance
  • Exclusive Viton lip seal is more stable and has a longer life than conventional diaphragms which may rupture during service
  • 316 Stainless Steel sleeve can be easily removed for cleaning in the field, plus the alignment indicator ensures that the sleeve can be removed, cleaned and then replaced exactly in the same position every time
  • Field repairable without removing distribution lines
  • The upper portion of needle of the piston is 316 Stainless Steel, which means longer seal life. The special glass-filled Teflon lower needle offers smooth operation with minimum friction. Spherical designed needle tip has better impact resistance
  • Spherical tip allows needle to open easier, increasing accuracy at lower application rates
  • Shorter sleeve increases volume in chamber, reducing operating pressures
  • Tapered inlets reduce turbulence resulting in smoother flow and improved accuracy
  • Added wrench flats for ease of operation
  • Viton O-Rings are used for positive sealing for even hard to handle products
  • 316 Stainless Steel body is corrosion resistant, durable and built to last a lifetime
  • Numbered ports for ease of tracing lines
  • Company name and phone number engraved in part for better in-field serviceability


Details:

  • Description: "Exacto-Flow" Stainless Steel Flow Divider
  • Outlets: 12
  • Inlet: 3/4" FPT
  • Outlet: 1/4" FPT
  • Max Flow/Outlet: 2.25 GPM

 

This item is not kept in stock, and will have to be ordered in from the manufacturer when order is placed.

 

More Information
Click here for CDS-John Blue Catalog
Click here for CDS-John Blue Flow Dividers Information Manual


Add to Cart:

  • Model: FD-1210
  • Shipping Weight: 8lbs
  • Manufactured by: CDS-John Blue


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 07 December, 2011.