- Brass inline flow control valve with aluminum knob
- 250psi Maximum operating pressure
- 0 to 180 degree F operating temperature
- 59 scfm Adjustable flow and 139 scfm free flow
- 3/8" NPTF port size
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Parker 003371002 337 Series Brass Micrometer Flow Control Valve, 3/8" NPTF Port, 250 psi, Fine Adjustment, 59 scfm
|Price:||$49.77 ($49.77 / Each) & FREE Shipping|
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Ships from and sold by Mara Industrial.
Specifications for this item
|Number of Items||1|
|Maximum Pressure||250 PSI|
|LowerTemperature Range||0 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Range||180 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|System of Measurement||Inch|
|Manufacturer Series Number||337 Series|
|Overall Height||2.84 inches|
|Overall Length||2.31 inches|
|Overall Width||0.88 inches|
|Pressure Flow Rate||139 Cubic Feet Per Minute|
The "337" Series Flow Control Valves meter flow of air in one direction and allow free flow in th... See more product details
The "337" Series Flow Control Valves meter flow of air in one direction and allow free flow in the reverse direction. The "337" Series valves are manufactured with a fine tapered needle providing precise flow control, even at low flow rates. The perimeter of the adjustment knob features numerical micrometer position markings providing a visual indication of the setting. Once the desired flow is selected, a set screw can be tightened to maintain the setting. Stainless steel needle, urethane check seal, buna N needle seals, aluminum knob, stainless steel spring and zinc- plated steel retainer. 2.84" Open height and 2.53" closed height. 59 scfm Adjustable flow and 139 scfm free flow at 100 PSIG inlet pressure with full pressure drop.
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By T. Beaulieu on November 16, 2015
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I used this to control propane flow to a smoker, which we could not get a temp any lower than 270. I could have used a much cheaper valve, but I wanted something nice and was not disappointed. Excellent build quality and feel while adjusting.
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