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Irritrol 2713DPR - 1" Anti-Siphon Valve - Electric , Flow Control, NPT

SKU: 190744

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About the Irritrol 2713DPR

The Irritrol 2713DPR 1" Anti-Siphon Valve is an electric valve with Flow Control and a Threaded Bonnet, and it comes from the 2700 Series. It has a 1" slip thread. The 2713DPR has a flow rate of .25 - 30 GPM (gallons per minute). 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. Irritrol 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 # 2713DPR
Weight 1.50 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
  • Threaded bonnet for easy, tool-less internal access



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Questions & Answers


Hello! Thank you for visiting! In response to your Irritrol 2713DPR inquiry, since the standard issued solenoid on top of this anti-siphon valve is AC (Alternating Current) powered, it does not matter which wire is connected as the common wire and the other as the assigned station wire as long as one wire goes to common and the other to the station terminal port on the controller. The only time when it does matter which wire is the common wire is if you are utilizing a DC or DC Latching solenoid with two colored wires, such as a red wire and a black wire, where the common wire has to be connected to the black wire. Just Add to Cart if you wish to purchase this Anti-Siphon Valve and enter your information, or call one of our friendly customer service representatives at 435-868-4020 or through e-mail Have a great day!


Hi! Thank you for visiting We appreciate your interest in our Irritrol 2713DPR electric anti-siphon valve (1" NPT). With regards to your question, the product number is usually located on a label on the front, back or bottom part of the product, or in the product's user manual. For other inquiries, please contact one of our customer support specialists at 435-868-4020 or through e-mail @ If you want to have access to our exclusive discounts and limited offers, you can sign up for our newsletter by entering your email address in the area provided on the bottom part of this page. Happy shopping!


Hi! There are two ways to operate the Irritrol 2713DPR electric anti-siphon manually. The first one is through the bleed screw (external bleed). To close the valve, turn the bleed screw clockwise until it stops. It may take a few seconds to close. The second way is through the bleed handle (internal bleed). To close the valve, move the handle clockwise until resistance is felt. As our valued customer, you can take advantage of our exciting deals and special discounts. Please sign up for our newsletter by entering your email address in the field provided below and get the latest updates on PlumbersStock's exclusive promotions. Thanks for choosing as your online shopping buddy!


Hi! Thank you for asking help from the PlumbersStock team! First, if only one valve, when activated electrically, is humming loudly, then, the solenoid on top of the valve should be replaced. However, if all valves hum loudly when they are activated, then, the controller will need to be replaced. As for the water flow working fine when the solenoid is turned and does not when activating electrically, then the top cover (bonnet assembly), the diaphragm, and the spring should be replaced inside the valve. We hope this helps. Thank you for visiting Have a great day!

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