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Control Valve: Paxton Corp.

June 9, 2014
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Paxton-060914-body.jpgPaxton Corp. has introduced the V43 stainless steel control valve in sizes .5 in to 2 in NPT. The V43 has been tested by an independent laboratory and found to comply with the new federal, low lead law, ANSI/NSF 372-2011, maximum 0.25% lead. A copy of the test report is available on request. Together with the 15 second actuator VM800, the V43 can be used to control domestic hot water (potable water), from a building automation system or the standalone controller TC250D.

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