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Irritrol 2711DPR Electric Anti-Siphon Valve (3/4")

SKU: 190743
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$21.20/ea
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About the Irritrol 2711DPR

Irritrol's 2711DPR 3/4" Electric Anti-Siphon Valve with Flow Control and a Threaded Bonnet comes from the 2700 Series. It has a 3/4" slip thread. The 2711DPRhas a flow rate of .25 - 30 GPM. It has a pressure rating of 10 - 150 PSI. Irritrol has made their name as a brand by selling and marketing exclusively to the professional installer, as a result their products are geared to be dependable and durable. Irrirtrol is now making their products available to you through our website. If you are looking for a product line that will last year in and year out, Irritrol is the brand for you.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Irritrol
Style: Lawn Sprinkler
Sprinkler Valve Features: Anti Siphon
Mpn # 2711DPR
Shipping Dimensions 6.0" x 4.0" x 7.0"
Weight 0.46 lbs.
Shipping Dimensional Weight 0.95 lbs.

Product Features

  • Rugged, double-beaded SANTOPRENE diaphragm
  • Internal and external bleed flush mode
  • Full stainless-steel metering system DPR models
  • Patented floating metering system APR models
  • Heavy-duty, corrosion- and UV-resistant PVC, glass-filled polypropylene and stain

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Rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 reviews


 Rated 5 by Chris F.

Originally posted on plumbersstock.com Apr/2017

Questions & Answers

*PLUMBERSSTOCK EXPERT* responded:

Hello! Thank you for asking about our Irritrol 2711DPR 3/4-Inch Electric Anti-Siphon Valve. We're not sure which Irritrol valve you are using, but if the valve has flow control, be sure someone did not screw it down and reduce the flow through the valve. Sometimes vandals will screw down the flow control knob which can result in little flow coming out of the sprinklers. Also, you may need to disassemble the valve and see if there is debris in the line that is preventing the valve from opening completely. If the above items are okay, we would look for any damage to the sprinklers or nozzles as well as any leaks in the main line coming from the valve to the sprinklers. Look for any excessively wet turf that may lead you to an underground leak. If the other two valves are working, then the water supply to the valve manifold is likely okay. If you can tell me which valve model you are using, we may be able to resolve this issue much quicker. You may post your reply here at your own convenience. We hope to hear from you soon. Thank you for visiting PlumbersStock.com. Have a wonderful day.