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MAC Valves 111B-221CABH Series 100 Universal Inline 24/60 Direct Solenoid Valve - 1/8in. NPTF

Brand:
Mfr. Model #:
111B-221CABH
KR Part #:
MAC2010
Weight:
0.63 lbs
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$63.82
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$43.11
Single operator inline direct solenoid for car wash, vacuum, and other applications requiring fast, consistent response time. Normally-open/normally-closed universal operation, 1/8" NPTF ports, 24V/60Hz, 1/2" NPS conduit connection connector. Part of the MAC 100 Series.
 
 

Technical Specifications

Voltage AC: 120
Max PSI: 150
Min Temperature: 0 degrees F
Max Temperature: 140 degrees F
Inlet Port: 1/8 inch
Outlet Port: 1/8 inch

Product Description

Series 100 Universal Inline Direct Solenoid Valve

The MAC 100 Series of inline solenoid valves includes excellent options for car wash, vacuum, diverter, or selector applications where fast response time, high shifting forces and long life are crucial. The MAC Valves 111B-221CABH is a single operator 3-way direct solenoid poppet valve with a short stroke, conical seats, and a balanced poppet. The balanced poppet design facilities using the same valve for many functions without the necessity of changing any parts.

Specifications:

  • 1/8" NPTF port size
  • 3-way - can be configured to your needs
  • 24v/60hZ
  • Temperature Range: 0°F - 140°F (-18°C - 60°C)
  • Pressure Range: Vacuum - 150 PSI
  • Single, non-locking recessed manual operator
  • Square DIN connector

Series Features:

  • Patented MACSOLENOID for fastest possible response times
  • Bonded balanced poppets for high flow, precise repeatability, and consistent operation.
  • Balanced poppet design permits versatility in piping. Valves can be piped as 3-way or 2-way, normally closed or normally open or can be used for vacuum, diverter or selector applications.
  • Use on lube or non-lube service.
  • Extremely high cycle rates.
  • Extremely long service life due to unique poppet cushions.
  • Manual overrides as standard.
  • Formerly part #MAC111B221

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