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Modèle # B60111 Internet # 1001492787

Cette vanne en ligne de qualité résidentielle et commerciale légère remplace les vannes Rain Bird et autres vannes dirrigation installées sous terre avec une entrée et une sortie filetées femelles de 1 pouce. Il peut être utilisé avec n'importe quelle minuterie d'irrigation 24 volts AC. Sa conception unique à inversion de flux permet d'éviter les inondations en cas de défaillance interne du diaphragme, de maintenir la vanne fermée et d'économiser de l'eau. Cette vanne peut être appliquée avec tous les types d'arrosoirs, y compris les têtes de pulvérisation Rain Bird (1800, 600) et les rotors (22SA, 32SA, 42SA +, 52SA, LG3 et AG5). Utilisez des vannes en ligne dans les endroits où l'utilisation d'un brise-vide ou d'un clapet anti-retour double est requise par le code pour vous protéger contre le reflux. Vérifiez vos codes locaux pour déterminer quel type de vanne est requis. Après l'installation et avant la mise en service, rincez toujours manuellement le système de poussière et de débris à l'aide de la vis de purge externe de la vanne.

  1. Conçu pour une installation en ligne (sous terre) avec un dispositif anti-retour approuvé (non inclus)
  1. Entrée et sortie filetées femelles de 1 pouce (utilisez des adaptateurs de tuyaux filetés MPT de 1 pouce avec du ruban téflon)
  1. Fonctionnement automatique 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz ou activation manuelle avec vis de purge
  1. Le diaphragme Buna-N offre des performances supérieures dans les environnements difficiles

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
4.75
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
5
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4.5
Poids assemblé (en livres)
1.07
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
1.07
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
3.37
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
3.25

Détails

Irrigation Application Features
Se fixe directement à un tuyau, Convient aux gicleurs à pelouse
Pays d'origine
MX-Mexico
Suitable for Drip Irrigation
Convient à l'irrigation goutte à goutte

Garanties et certifications

Si un acheteur dun nouveau produit de consommation Rain Bird nest pas satisfait de celui-ci pour une raison quelconque, il peut le retourner au détaillant où il a été acheté dans un délai raisonnable pour un remboursement complet.
1" Valve en ligneRAIN BIRD 1" Valve en ligneCette vanne en ligne de qualité résidentielle et commerciale légère remplace les vannes Rain Bird et autres vannes dirrigation installées sous terre avec une entrée et une sortie filetées femelles de 1 pouce. Il peut être utilisé avec n'importe quelle minuterie d'irrigation 24 volts AC. Sa conception unique à inversion de flux permet d'éviter les inondations en cas de défaillance interne du diaphragme, de maintenir la vanne fermée et d'économiser de l'eau. Cette vanne peut être appliquée avec tous les types d'arrosoirs, y compris les têtes de pulvérisation Rain Bird (1800, 600) et les rotors (22SA, 32SA, 42SA +, 52SA, LG3 et AG5). Utilisez des vannes en ligne dans les endroits où l'utilisation d'un brise-vide ou d'un clapet anti-retour double est requise par le code pour vous protéger contre le reflux. Vérifiez vos codes locaux pour déterminer quel type de vanne est requis. Après l'installation et avant la mise en service, rincez toujours manuellement le système de poussière et de débris à l'aide de la vis de purge externe de la vanne.
RAIN BIRD
1001492787
CAD34.762022-10-04
Home Depot Canada
1" Valve en ligne est évalué 4.7 de 5 de 248.
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Rated 5 de 5 de par Very good economical irrigation valve I purchased 4 of these in line Rain Birds to replace 4 in line Orbit "jar" valves I had originally installed in a valve box. The Orbit valves would continuously leak especially in cold weather, even after I replaced the diaphragms. However these Rain Birds are holding up without a single drip observed yet. They've been in service for about a year now and so far so good. Should have bought Rain Bird valves in the beginning. This would have saved me from having to double my work effort. Learn from me, stay away from Orbit valves and stick with Rain Bird.
Date de publication: 2013-07-27
Rated 5 de 5 de par Best replacement for Toro irrigation valve This valve is easy to install with the housing having threads. This allows the installer to thread on one inch PVC pipe prior to complete installation. The housing has very defined instructions and markings which aid in the installation process. This is my sixth valve to purchase and I am replacing the Toro valves that fail. I would definitely recommend this product to everyone. This valve has easy to replace components that make the valve a user friendly model and the replacement parts are readily available. I have several that are working like new but know that working on these valves will be easier than the toro models.
Date de publication: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 de 5 de par Rain Bird valve is better than Orbit valve There have been 4 zones using Rain Bird valves which were installed in my front more than year 20 years ago, 9 zones using Orbit valves which were installed in my back yard 7 years ago. Last year, I was out of town for 2 weeks. When back home, one of sprinkler in the back yard was on. It could not be turned of by any means except turn of the water source. The water bill that month was $1,800+ including $1,700+ for water only. Because nothing wrong for the Rain Bird valves in the front yard. So I replaced defective Orbit valve with a Rain Bird valve. Few months later, 2nd Orbit valve defected. I had to replace it. Then 3rd Orbit valves defected. I decide to replace all 9 Orbit valves. Done with 7, 2 more to go ( see pictures )
Date de publication: 2016-07-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par This model of valve was originally installed in 2014 in... This model of valve was originally installed in 2014 in the irrigation system for our homeowners association. Three of the four original valves are functioning just fine. The fourth original valve got stuck in the open position, and we were unable to close it even by manually turning. When we removed the top of the valve assembly, we found a large piece of plastic (from a worn backflow prevention assembly that was repaired) had damaged the valve. We easily replaced the top half of the valve assembly, and everything worked properly again. We're sure the valve would still be functioning if not for the damage caused by the piece of plastic.
Date de publication: 2022-05-04
Rated 5 de 5 de par Fairly easy to install. Easy to find repair parts. After 20 years, the original irrigation system in our yard is in need of repairs. I've had three valves die, and since they were brands the landscaper installed, I can't find parts for them easily. I opted to remove the old valve and replace with new RainBird valves. The valves are easy info to install. You just need to remove enough pipe on either side to slip in the new valve and use the appropriate male threaded adapters on each end to adapt to the inflow pipe and outflow pipe. Very easy to wire. Very easy to bleed it to remove air in the line. For the price, this cannot be beat, and I imagine it will be easy to get replacement parts if they are ever needed.
Date de publication: 2016-04-19
Rated 2 de 5 de par Good product that wears out fast. I have three valves side by side as a part of my irrigation system. I have had to replace all three each year because they start to leak around the seal. I have tried replacing only the diaphragm but each time I have tried it still leaks. Then I have wasted the money on the diaphragm and still need to replace the valve. I have replaced each valve 2-3 times.
Date de publication: 2015-09-08
Rated 5 de 5 de par I have used these valves for an unusual purpose. I use them to turn water flow on and off throug... I have used these valves for an unusual purpose. I use them to turn water flow on and off through our geothermal heat pump. It recirculates water back to our well. I believe it is a fairly tough application, as there is also a large negative pressure / suction on the downstream side of the valve as the water plunges deep back into the well. Anyway, they worked fine for a good number of years. I have lost track, but probably at least 5 years. Each time my heat or air conditioning turns on and off, the valve opens and closes. You can only imagine how many cycles they have gone through. So today, I noticed the valve was not fully shutting off flow, and when I removed the diaphragm, it and the seat were worn rough. It appears that relatively large "sand/quartz" grains were "stuck" between the seat and the diaphragm, and beat up the rubber and plastic. Anyway, a $15 valve that probably lasted 100,000 cycles with non-filtered well water seems fantastic to me.
Date de publication: 2019-02-08
Rated 4 de 5 de par I have used these RainBird CP100 irrigation control valves and... I have used these RainBird CP100 irrigation control valves and their predessor model for about 30 years, I find them to be very satisfactory. They are reliable, reasonably priced and are supported by the availability of replacement parts, chiefly solenoids and diapragm replacement kits. I have six units in operation and have changed all of the diapragms once. The refurbishment was simple and quick, all necessary hardware being included in the repair kit. I have replaced one solenoid, which jammed in the 'operate' position. Again, replacement was quick and simple.
Date de publication: 2018-09-18
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Can this valve be installed in a vertical pipe, I'm installing it indoors.

Can this valve be installed in a vertical pipe, I'm installing it indoors.
Posée par: Glen
I don't see why not either, BUT the Rainbird documents say "Valve operation may be erratic and valve warranty is void if in- stalled backward or in a vertical position."
Répondue par: tominco
Date de publication: 2020-05-20

Does the 1" come in slip fitting

Does the 1" come in slip fitting
Posée par: Dwight
YES . . . it comes with male fitting, female fitting . . . and slip fitting.
Répondue par: ALANLOPATKA
Date de publication: 2022-07-08

What is the voltage?

Posée par: Dumbo
The voltage is determined by your controller - it's still AC, and is probably in the 10-12v range, low amperage. Consult your controller for exact details.
Répondue par: Mike
Date de publication: 2022-02-07

Will this replace my watermaster 1' valve? the orbit replacement is 1/4 in too short.

Will this replace my watermaster 1' valve? the orbit replacement is 1/4 in too short.
Posée par: Tiger
Yes it can be replaced by this valve.
Répondue par: Geo
Date de publication: 2019-08-28

can the below ground be used above ground for east of access?

can the below ground be used above ground for east of access?
Posée par: mike
Yes,
Répondue par: Geo
Date de publication: 2019-08-28

will the top part of this replace rain jet valve

I can not find rain jet valves
Posée par: ralph
No, the top part of this will not replace the rain jet valve.
Répondue par: Communityanswer
Date de publication: 2020-09-13

Is there a 9 volt latching solenoid for this valve? I need one.

Posée par: john
If you are looking for just the replacement part solenoid, you can get them from the Rainbird web site. Look for Product Model: TBOSPSOL $42.
Répondue par: BobinColorado
Date de publication: 2021-04-25

Can this valve be installed in a VERTICAL pipe located OUTSIDE?

Can this valve be installed in a VERTICAL pipe located OUTSIDE?
Posée par: Ricla
Yes there's no reason why it can't be installed vertically and it doesn't need to be buried.
Répondue par: Dan
Date de publication: 2019-12-06
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