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The Honeywell VBN3GS3PRB 2.5 Inch, 3-Way Actuated Control Ball Valve

SKU: 378428

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About the Honeywell VBN3GS3PRB

The Honeywell VBN3GS3PRB 2.5Inch, 3-Way Actuated Control Ball Valve is designed to control hot and chilled water in HVAC systems. This two-way ball valve has four options of factory-installed actuation control schemes: the Floating, the Modulating (2-10 V), the Spring Return 2-Position, and the Spring Return Modulating/Floating. This Honeywell VBN3GS3PRB 2.5 Inch, 3-Way Actuated Control Ball Valve is designed for a medium temperature range of from 35 to 250°F at a 360 psi maximum operating pressure, and utilizes Teflon seals with EPDM O-rings. It also has a removable manual operating handle so you can easily control the valve during installation or in case of power failure. There is no need for extra elbows or extra piping because the valve installs in globe “T” pattern. The Honeywell VBN3GS3PRB 2.5 Inch, 3-Way Actuated Control Ball Valve ensures quality performance in both commercial and industrial applications. These ball valves are for water applications up to 50% Glycol content, but are not to be used with steam or fuels.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Honeywell
Material: Brass & Bronze
Use: Water
Type: Ball Valve
Style: 3 Way
Size:
Electrical Voltage: 24 Volt
Connection Type: Flanged
Trade Tools: HVAC
Mpn # VBN3GS3PRB
Weight 1.80 lbs.

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