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Traditional Valves

Elkhart Brass Apparatus Valves

Traditional Apparatus Valves from Elkhart Brass

  Models


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800 series Traditional Apparatus Valves

800 Series

  • Brass construction
  • Adjustable, teflon impregnated neoprene seat
  • Pressure rated to 250 psi (17.2 bar)
  • Available with remote and direct manual handle actuators

2800 Series Traditional Apparatus Valves

2800 Series – HYDRO-LOC®

  • Brass construction
  • Self-locking mechanism
  • Adjustable, teflon impregnated neoprene seat
  • Pressure rated to 250 psi (17.2 bar)
  • Available with remote and direct manual handle actuators

2900 Series Traditional Apparatus Valves

2900 Series

  • Brass construction
  • UHMWPE valve seat(s)
  • Pressure rated to 250 psi (17.2 bar)
  • Available with gear or electric actuators

2950 Series Traditional Apparatus Valves

2950 Series

  • Cast iron construction
  • Aluminum/bronze disc with reinforced bi-directional EPDM seat
  • Pressure rated to 250 psi (17.2 bar)
  • Available with gear or electric actuators
  • No end caps — fits between 150# ANSI flanges

2925A Series Traditional Apparatus Valves

2925A Series

  • Lightweight Elk-O-Lite® construction
  • Self-locking mechanism
  • Dual neoprene seats with acetal ball
  • Pressure rated to 250 psi (17.2 bar)
  • End cap options include: #01, #10, #30, and #38
  • Furnished with #80 handle for direct operation

W-893 Series Traditional Apparatus Valves

W-893 Series

  • 3” waterway with brass construction
  • Flanged, 8-bolt end mounts directly to suction side of Waterous pump
  • Adjustable, teflon impregnated neoprene seat
  • Pressure rated to 250 psi (17.2 bar)
  • Furnished with #60 end cap
  • Optional check valve seat disk available


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Optional Handle Positions
(800 and 2800 Series)
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Optional Gear / Motor Positions (2900 Series)
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  Features

Elkhart Brass apparatus valves are designed for use as inline, suction, or discharge valves and feature the ability to be field serviced utilizing drop-out or swing-out. All valves offer full flow waterways; adjustable, hydraulically balanced acetal balls; a selection of handle types and positions (for manual valves); and a variety of end cap options customized to your needs. Every Elkhart valve is tested to meet NFPA 1901 standards.

In addition to manual and gear actuated valves, Elkhart offers a variety of electronically actuated valves, such as Elkhart’s 2900 series, which allow the pump operator to easily and efficiently control the flow of the fire pump from a position at the pump control panel.

How to Order a Valve

Please follow the steps outlined below to order a valve

  • Step 1: Select base valve type model (ex: 892)
  • Step 2: Select inlet end cap (ex:-03)
  • Step 3: Select outlet end cap (ex:-03)
  • Step 4: Select handle or actuator (ex: -F)
  • Step 5: Select optional harness
    (for electric gear valves as applicable)
  • Ex: 892-03-03-F

Featured Parts

800 series Traditional Apparatus Valves

Valve Controller

Elkhart Brass’ new line of valve controllers and valve position indicators is completely self-contained in a box that is more than 50% smaller than competitive units.

These New Products:

  • Require minimal pump panel space
  • Are easy to install
  • Need no maintenance
  • Feature 100,000 hour LEDs mounted within an optical filter to maximize visibility in bright sunlight
  • Has durable push buttons that maintain NEMA 4 sealing

Electric Valve Kit

Includes:

  • Valve controller (featuring a chrome bezel)
  • One (1) harness to valve length (5’, 10’, 20’ — standard, 30’ or 40’ — please specify)
  • One (1) harness to power source length (6”)
  • In the case of a primary/secondary situation, two complete electric valve kits would be sent, as well as: a controller to valve harness (5’, 10’, 20’ — standard, 30’ or 40’ — please specify) and a communication harness (5’, 10’, 20’ — standard, 30’ or 40’ — please specify

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