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Legacy Lcg90252 Digital Oil Control Valve on 2040-parts.com

US $129.99
Location:

Tacoma, Washington, United States

Tacoma, Washington, United States
Condition:New UPC:Does not apply

LEGACY LCG90252 DIGITAL OIL CONTROL VALVE

Technical Data

Flow Rate Range: 0-9.2 gpm / 0-35 L/m

Operating Pressure (Max.): 1500psi/100bar

Working Temperature: 14 Degrees F+-122 Degrees F

Accuracy (Approved Version): +-0.3%

5-Digital LCD Display: Quarts, Pints, Gallons, Liters

Inlet and Outlet Connections: 1/2" NPT

Comes with tip and instructions

 

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