Elkhart’s URFA valve is a true pressure reducing valve, operated automatically by inner hydraulic controls. While the valves are preset at the factory, they are field adjustable — allowing you to tailor the pressure to your needs. They feature manual valve open and close, as well as pressure adjustment — all of which require extremely low torque to change due to the patent pending design. Inlet pressure up to 400 psi (27.58 bar) is controlled under all flow and no-flow conditions.
Valve size and weight permit installation in significantly tighter areas and smaller hose cabinets (those used for 11/2” or 2 1/2” valves) — allowing savings of both space and money. The URFA also functions as a floor control valve in automatic sprinkler systems as well as a standpipe valve or hose valve for Class I and Class III systems.
Elkhart’s Pressure-Matic is a true pressure reducing valve, operated automatically by inner hydraulic controls. No diaphragms, springs or outside controls are involved with the unit, the action being completely dependent upon conditions at the nozzle or sprinkler system.
Elkhart Brass offers 18 different valve pressure types/ranges for building systems. Inlet pressure up to 400 psi (27.58 bar) is controlled under all flow and no-flow conditions. The UR valve series may be used as a standard shut-off. The valves are completely tamperproof. They fit all existing cabinets where 11/2” or 21/2” valves are currently in use.
Pressure-Matic valves can be used for/in:
Elkhart’s pressure restricting valves all feature rugged cast brass construction in your choice of finishes. The pressure restricting valves feature rubber seats and are rated for use at 175 psi (12.15 bar). Although factory setting is recommended, all the pressure restricting valves are field-settable
Pressure restricting valves:
The Elkhart Brass heavy duty hydrant valve is specifically designed for wet hydrants in industrial facilities. All components, especially the reinforced bonnet and special alloy machined stem, stand up to continuous use/abuse and harsh environments. Maximum operating pressure of 300 psi.