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Rain Bird DAS/ASVF075 - 3/4" Sure Flow Automatic Anti-Siphon Valve

SKU: 41591

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About the Rainbird 075ASVF

The Rain Bird DAS/ASVF-075 is a 3/4" FPT (female pipe thread) automatic anti-siphon valve with Sure Flow flow control. It features a 0.2 to 22 GPM (gallons per minute) flow, a solenoid coil that resists up to 38 Ohms, and it can function in ambient air temperatures of 125-degrees, and water temperatures of 110-degrees. Use Anti-Siphon valves in locations where the use of a pressure vacuum breaker (PVB) or a double-check valve is required by city codes to protect against back flow. Check your local city codes to determine what type of valves are required.

Product Details

Manufacturer: Rainbird
Use: Water
Electrical Voltage: 24 Volt
Connection Type: Threaded
Sprinkler Valve Features: Anti Siphon
Mpn # 075ASVF
Shipping Dimensions 6.5" x 3.0" x 7.0"
Weight 1.63 lbs.

Product Features

  • 0.30 A (7.2 VA) inrush current; 0.23 A (5.5 VA) holding current
  • Combination reliable DVF valve and atmospheric backflow preventer in one unit
  • For use in cold water only, less than 110-degrees F (43 Degrees C)
  • Height: 6-1/4" (15,8 cm)
  • I.A.P.M.O. and A.S.S.E listing approved.
  • Incorporates all features of DV/DVF Series valves
  • Length: 6-1/10" (15,5 cm)
  • No valve can be located downstream of the anti-siphon valve
  • Pressure: 15 to 150 PSI (1,0 to 10,4 bar)
  • Solenoid coil resistance: 38 Ohms
  • 075-ASVF Flow: 0.2 to 22 GPM (0,05 to 5,0 m3/h; 0,01 to 1,39 l/s); for flows below 3 GPM (0,75 m3/h; 0,21 l/s) or any Xerigation products application, use RBY-075-200MX filter installed upstream
  • Width: 3-1/5" (8,1 cm)
  • 24 VAC 50/60 Hz (cycles per second) solenoid power requirement
  • Ambient air temperature: Up to 125 Degrees F (52 Degrees C)
  • Anti-siphon must be installed at least 6" (15,2 cm) above the highest point of water in the pipe and sprinklers it serves
  • Anti-siphon valves must not be operated continuously for more than twelve (12) hours
  • Canadian Standards Association approved
  • City of Los Angeles listing approved


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Questions & Answers


Howdy! We express our thanks for asking about our Rainbird 075ASVF 3/4" Electric Anti-Siphon Control Valve. According to Rainbird, the handle is not sold separately. We hope this helps. 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. Thank you for visiting!


Thank you for asking us at about the Rainbird 075ASVF! Yes, we have the Rainbird 100ASVF 1" anti-siphon control valve with flow control. Please refer to the specification sheet if you have more questions about the Rainbird 075ASVF. Once you’ve made your selection, always remember to click Add to Cart to confirm your order, enter your zipcode and you’ll be all set! For availability inquiries, or to better understand lead and ship times, please contact one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives @ 435-868-4020 between 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM MT or through e-mail @ If you need assistance in creating an efficient irrigation system for your lawn and garden, PlumbersStock is offering that for FREE! Simply visit our Sprinkler Design Center to get started.


Hi, good day. Thank you for asking assistance from the PlumbersStock team. The method of stopping a knocking valve depends on the source of the problem. There are 3 main reasons why you have that disturbing sound in your valve. First, it might be a defective solenoid - signified by a clicking sound inside the valve. You can solve this one by changing to another working solenoid or installing a new one. A second reason might have something to do with air in the pipes. Just increase the water velocity (speed) or open the pipe and release the air. Lastly, the most common reason is a water hammering and it occurs when a water valve suddenly shuts off. It actually changes the water speed and that's the cause of some knocking valves/pipes. The simplest way to solve that is to shut off the main valve or change the order of the operating valves. To fully find out how to fix water hammering, please check on this tutorial page. We hope that this helps. If you have further questions, please feel free to post it here on our website. Thank you for choosing Have a great day!

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