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Little Giant Trough-O-Matic Stock Tank Float Valve with Plastic Housing and Expansion Brackets

4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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  • Float Valve automatically controls water level for most plastic and metal stock tanks, troughs, barrels and pans
  • Flows up to 245 gallons per hour, operates between 20 and 50 psi
  • High-grade polystyrene housing with expansion brackets to fit tanks with wider or thicker rims
  • Accepts a standard 3/4 inch garden hose
  • Also available in aluminum housing (Item No. TM830T, sold separately)
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Product Description

Little Giant Trough-O-Matic Float Valves automatically control the water level for most plastic and metal stock tanks, troughs, barrels and pans. The all-plastic valve flows up to 245 gallons per hour and operates at pressure between 20 and 50 psi. The popular rugged plastic housing is molded from high-grade polystyrene for added strength and durability. Comes with expansion brackets to fit tanks rims up to 2 inch thick and 4.325 inch wide. Accepts a standard 3/4 inch garden hose. Measures 7.5 inch long by 3 inch wide by 3.5 inch high. Also available in aluminum housing (Item No. TM830T, sold separately).

Product Information

Product Dimensions 3 x 7.5 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 1.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Miller Manufacturing
ASIN B000HHS9RM
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Item model number TM825T
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4.7 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #74,297 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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I bought this to maintain the water level in my in ground swimming pool. I glued together a simple PVC structure to hold the trough in the pool (used a sliding PVC part to adjust the position to maintain the correct level).

The unit is very robust and should last for many, many years. Using the trough is a much better leveler than any being sold for that purpose.
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These just go and go and go.... like the Energizer bunny! I have several around on livestock water troughs for cattle. One thing that I've done on all, after getting tired of them being flipped out of the trough or the hose chewed on or the various and sundry other ways curious and mettlesome cattle can mess with things is: 1) Either cobble a guard over the float valve and or the hose coming out of the top so the cattle simply cannot mess with them, or 2) on a tub that has thin sides and no lip, I drilled a couple holes thru the trough and bolted the Little Giant bracket to the trough. The mounting hardware in that last case was just not a positive enough grip to keep the cattle from pulling it off the tub. But all now are either bolted on or have a guard over them, and work just wonderfully.

Another problem I've had in the past, probably more with the metal than the plastic ones, but to some degree with all: Where the hose screws into the Little Giant, after it's there a year or two it basically welds itself in!! Not sure if this is due to mineral deposits from my water, or what, but even if the float valve is fine, if the hose breaks, I can't unscrew the hose from the float valve and end up discarding a perfectly good float valve because I can't get the bad hose unscrewed! The last few valves that I've put in, I used that thin white thread tape/film on the connection, which hopefully with prevent that problem. So far I haven't had to try and unscrew any of those...
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A bit bulky of design compared to similar valves, but the design does serve the purpose of protecting it from overhead factors holding it down and the mounting equpiment supplied is versite enought to fit a few differnt tanks and fluid levels.. I needed it for a high temp bath application, but the plastic float does not hold up well during long periods of use at 185F, and i dont expect it to last very long here before i shop out a different model.. Although it did keep the agitated tank within the operational range quite well. I also like how the water connection is from the top.
This is a good valve, well made, and versitile to mount. I'd love it if the manufacturer made a high temp version at about 2/3rd the size. Would also like the option to buy stainless steel hardware, rather than the zinc plated (?) mounts and bolts supplied... I nickel plated mine to keep them from corroding into the monitored bath.
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Ordered to help keep my fountain full during the hot days of summer. Easy to assemble, simple to attach to the side of the fountain. Works well.
Only downside to my application is that the water hose stands up and looks a little ugly. Recommend getting a ninety degree attachment for the hose. Otherwise, its a perfect filler for a fountain.
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I really enjoyed this tool. When I had to leave the farm for a week I didn't have to worry about the tank going empty. The horses like having freshwater all the time. And they don't have to wait on me to fill the tank it's always full.
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Does exactly what it promises to do. It did need a bit more nutsing around with than I would have expected for such a simple mechanism, but that probably had more to do with lack of aptitude on my part than any fault of the float valve.
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Talk about a time saver, you just can't have livestock without one of these little guys. I've had one for over 15 years and just bought this one for a friend!
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Seems to hold up as well as the metal version, and doesn't corrode the way the metal ones do. I've only used it one season, but it worked well.
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