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Red White Valve Corp Actuated Ball Valve

Actuated Ball ValveRed White Valve Corp Actuated Ball Valve

Over its 30 year history, Red-White Corp. has maintained a significant presence in the plumbing and commercial markets. Their team has added product lines and worked to satisfy customers with world-class service while offering competitive pricing. In addition, their factory representatives are experienced industry experts who support Red-White Valve Corp. with service and product know how. At N.H. Yates, we are proud to be a manufacturer’s representative for the Red White Valve Corp Actuated Ball Valve.

An actuated ball valve is automated through the use of a pneumatic or electronic actuator. In fact, the actuated ball valve from Red White Valve Corp is operated via electronic controls which allow remote operation. This is helpful for a variety of reasons such as savings in labor, plant safety, product quality assurance, and automatic sequencing to name a few. Some common uses for this actuated ball valve are water and wastewater treatment, landfills, aquariums, chemical processing, swimming pools and water features, power plants, and mining applications.

Actuated Ball Valve

Red White Valve Corp Actuated Ball Valve Model #5920 220V
  • 600# WOG
  • Full Port Brass Ball Valve
  • PTFE Seats
  • Chrome Plated Ball
  • Blowout proof stem
  • 110 VAC Electric Actuator (5910)
  • 220 VAC Electric Actuator (5920)
  • Manual Override standard
  • Low Torque Design

Actuated Ball Valve

Motor Specifications
  • Dual Direction Motor
  • 10 VAC 50 HZ operation (5910)
  • 220 VAC 50 HZ operation (5920)
  • Approx. 35 Second operation time (full cycle)
  • Current draw is 6.1 – 7.5 amps (220V)
  • Current draw is 6.1 – 9.5 amps (110V)
  • Motor protection/case meets the requirements of NEMA IV
  • Suitable for working environments from 14- 120F
  • Quiet motor operation
  • UL 508 Listed

At N.H. Yates, we know water. If you are a contractor or engineer interested in more information on the Red White Vale Corp Actuated Ball Valve contact a water professional at N.H. Yates today.

Webinar: Building A Hydronic Heating System Part 2

Presented by: Leroy Squires & NH Yates

This is your invitation to attend an on line presentation called Building A Hydronic Heating Systems. This week is part 2, of a two part series, that will cover:

  • How to select a hydronic heating system – new or existing structure
  • Boiler selection – atmospheric CI / condensing gas
  • Components – near boiler piping
  • Circulators (Part 2)
  • Piping strategies
  • Emitter types
  • Zoning considerations – controls

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