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null 3/4 in. Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve with Flow Control

3/4 in. Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve with Flow Control

$25.99 /each

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Product Overview

This professional grade anti-siphon valve replaces Rain Bird and other irrigation valves installed above ground with 3/4 in. female threaded inlet and outlet. It can be used with any 24 volt AC irrigation timer. Its unique reverse-flow design helps prevent flooding in the event of internal diaphragm failure, keeping the valve closed and saving water. Anti-Siphon valves should always be installed at least 6 inches above the highest head on the valve line, and should never have another valve installed further down the line from the main valve. After installation and before startup, always the flush system of dirt and debris manually using the valve's external bleed screw. Equipped with the additional advantage of adjustable flow control, this model helps prevent wasteful misting when water pressure is too high. A top mounted, easy turn flow control knob allows you to optimize flow to the zone, permitting sprinklers to water at their most efficient rate for more uniform coverage. This valve can be applied with all types of watering devices including Rain Bird spray heads (1800, 600), and rotors (22SA, 32SA, 42SA+, 52SA, LG3 and AG5) as well as Drip zones when properly installed together with a pressure regulator and filter.

  • Anti-Siphon (above ground) mounting
  • 3/4 in. female threaded inlet and outlet (use 3/4 in. MPT threaded pipe adapters with Teflon tape)
  • Flow control allows adjusting flow to the zone, optimizing sprinkler performance
  • 24 VAC, 50/60 Hz automatic operation or manual activation with bleed screw
  • Buna-N diaphragm offers superior performance in harsh water environments
  • External bleed to manually flush system of dirt and debris prior to installation and system start-up
  • Spray-free internal bleed for manual operation
  • Energy efficient, low power encapsulated solenoid with captured plunger for long lasting dependability
  • Heavy duty construction with stainless steel screws
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can these valves be installed on the wall in the garage?

Asked by: Mel862
They can be installed anywhere, as long as you have a method of draining the water that will initially blow out of the anti-syphon part of this valve. When the system first gets pressure from the solenoid valve opening, the onrush of water pushes up against a float that then seals off the anti-syphon device and permits the water to flow down the hose to your sprinklers. However some water initially blows by the float until it seals off and will blow out on your floor or the ground if it is outside. It blows over about a 2 - 3 foot radius, depending on water pressure.
Answered by: runningplough
Date published: 2016-07-13

automatic sprinkler valve

which automatic sprinkler valve can be used with a psi greater than 60 psi?
Asked by: Bob
The Rain Bird heavy duty valve is rated well above 100 psi.
Answered by: Micky
Date published: 2016-12-09

I have 4 valves. The troublesome one has heads on a bank that are about 6 feet higher than the valve. AAnti- syphone valve will not work per instr

A anti-syphone valve will not work per instructions. Is there a solution?
Asked by: Jack
It sounds like there is an issue with this Anti-siphon valve not working properly when there are some spray heads higher than the valve. The instructions say the valve has to be installed at a minimum of 6" above ground AND the highest spray in the zone. The only way to fix this is to move the valve installation to above the bank, or use a different method of backflow control than an anti-siphon valve. Local building codes may dictate how this is to be done.
Answered by: Rain Bird Marketing
Date published: 2017-02-14

i am trying to find a valve that will pump enough water for long runs

i have a very long run with 34 plants that i am watering around the house. The first 15 plants get plenty of water pressure then it seems to barely come out at the end.
Asked by: Rick
Sounds like a pressure problem from the street but could be a volume problem. Serve a 1" water valve using 1" water pipe. Sometimes we cut cost and use 3/4" lines and 3/4" valves and waste money instead of save money when we don't get the pressure we want.
Answered by: Ernie
Date published: 2016-10-30
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Customer Reviews

3/4 in. Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve with Flow Control is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The valve is good quality. What would make this a much better product would be easier installati... The valve is good quality. What would make this a much better product would be easier installation. The product should have connectors that screw onto the PVC pipe. If you have a leak after installation, you must cut the valve from the pipe and redo it.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from anti siphon valve This was the reason for the purchase. My old one went out. Now they only last a year but they do get clogged. My husband had to replace one. I told him to do it in pairs. So he did. I wish they lasted longer...
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The valve look well made & well priced. No issues on the installation. The valve look well made & well priced. No issues on the installation.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from easy to install, good product easy to install, good product
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good purchase Rainbird makes a good product, BUT, I wish they would continue making the same product. I'm getting tired of having to change the entire valve. I would rather replace the head of the valve, that's much easier but they keep changing the style of the head so you have to change the entire thing. Come on. Make life easier for us not more difficult. You can still keep raising the prices without a redesign. We won't mind that much.
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pro Grade This valve, if not installed in direct sunlight is a five year plus valve. This valve rates up there with high end Hunter, and Irritroll valves. If you have the extra fey bucks, spend it and you will be worry free for years.
Date published: 2010-08-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rainbird Anti-siphon Over all very good valves that will last a good amount of time. I've had them at my house for 16 years with minimal problems. The main problem with these valves is the anti-siphon portion itself. After several years they will crack where they attach to the valve proper and leak. Unfortunately, you can buy the entire valve for the same price approximately as the individual part. The installation/repair is not a problem and you must remember not to tighten the anti-siphon cap too tight as this will accelerate it's failure.
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from It works Had a previous version installed but was missing the cap, For whatever reason, the cap is almost as expensive as the entire valve, so just went with a new valve. I'm using it manually, so I cant speak to the product as a whole (Hence 4 stars and not 5), but it works perfect for what I need. I lucked out when I purchased my home, although the previous valve was missing it's cap, who ever installed the system did so with the ability to detach one of the pvc pipes that were leading from this valve. My neighbor had a similar problem with his valve, but he had to cut pipes to get it off. Remember this if your installing a new system, or even replacing. Both pipes screw into the valve, and it's 1 piece.
Date published: 2016-08-02
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