Model # 91207

Internet #203020362

Store SKU #556348

null 3-Valve Inline Manifold Assembly for Poly

3-Valve Inline Manifold Assembly for Poly

$5528 /each
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Product Overview

This Orbit 3-Valve Preassembled Manifold controls water flow for 3 sprinkler lines and includes adapters for use with 3/4 in. and 1 in. systems. The manifold features easy-to-maintain jar-top valves.

  • Works with PVC and poly pipe systems (sold separately)
  • Includes adapters for use with 3/4 in. and 1 in. systems
  • Use to install multi-valve systems (sold separately)
  • Installs quickly and easily
  • Hand tightens with no tools required
  • Controls water flow for 3 sprinkler lines
  • Jar-top valves are easy to maintain
  • UV resistant
  • Easy Wire system simplifies the wiring connection between the valve and a timer (sold separately)
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

Info & Guides

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Inlet size (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
Product Height (in.)
Product Length (in.)
Product Width (in.)


Below ground
Irrigation System Component
Irrigation Valve Type
Manual or Automatic
Outlet Size
2 or less
Pressure Rating
80 PSI
Valve Type

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
6 year

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Customer Questions & Answers

does this manifold and valve come in 4 valve set up

Model # 91207 Internet # 203020362 Store SKU # 556348
Asked by: Anonymous
Answered by: Larry
Date published: 2015-11-07

what is the difference between the orbit 91207 (this product) and the orbit 57253 (Orbit 57253 3...

what is the difference between the orbit 91207 (this product) and the orbit 57253 (Orbit 57253 3-Valve Heavy Duty Preassembled Manifold)?
Asked by: bluekiwi
There is no difference. We use different part numbers based on where the item is sold.
Answered by: OrbitIrrigation
Date published: 2017-06-24

can i move one of the valves from the side of the manifold to the end of the manifold?

can i move one of the valves from the side of the manifold to the end of the manifold?
Asked by: bob
bob, yes that would be completely fine.
Answered by: OrbitIrrigation
Date published: 2017-05-03

My irrigation is run with 1/2 poly for drip speakers etc can this manifold be used. Already have ...

My irrigation is run with 1/2 poly for drip speakers etc can this manifold be used. Already have pressure regulators anti siphons but looking to automate with timer since I have have 4+ zones front and 10 in back manually switching takes hours to run them all. Can this be connected to 1/2 in poly to automate the valves? If not what is recommended?
Asked by: nyrmel
nyrmel, yes you can use this manifold to control your drip systems. Since you already have pressure regulators - which would definitely be needed in this situation - feel free to move forward with installing your drip lines. If you'd like us to walk you through the process of connecting your manifold to your drip system, please give our Support team a call at 1-800-488-6156. We'd be happy to help. Thanks!
Answered by: OrbitIrrigation
Date published: 2017-03-23
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Customer Reviews

3-Valve Inline Manifold Assembly for Poly is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaks. It. Just. Leaks. I like to consider myself fairly handy. I've renovated several houses, built my own garage and cabinetry shop (including all plumbing) and done complete renovations on a half dozen kitchens (again, including all plumbing). But THIS PRODUCT has made installing underground sprinklers the MOST FRUSTRATING DIY project I've ever tackled. It is impossible to stop this manifold from leaking at the threaded joints. I've removed the valves several times and replaced teflon tape and re-tightened every joint. No go. So I tried heavier, universal teflon tape (pink - rated for water, air, and gas). That stuff withstands 150 psi on the compressor/air lines in my shop without even a slow leak; on this piece of junk, it leaks like a sieve. I have no problems with the rest of the Orbit line of products, but this one key piece of the puzzle should be avoided at all costs. Consider yourself warned. And if you don't believe me, read some of the other reviews.
Date published: 2014-09-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great for low pressure lines I've read so many reviews on many sites about these valves leaking. The manual states it is good to 80psi, but I suspect even that is pushing the limit. I'm running these at 35psi and no leaking issues. I'd imagine if this is hooked up directly to the city line (which is around 100psi) then there would be leaks. Know your line pressure before you buy.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Install! This three valve assembly was amazing. It came with the three valves and manifold pre-assembled. Extra coupling parts to extend it to 3+ valves and even came with a waterproof electrical clip on box. Saved me lots of time. This product, if Individually priced... the value would be definitely over $60.
Date published: 2012-05-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaks Leaks and Leaks. Dont waste your money Most of the reviews on here have it right. Installed this because of easiness and after 3 weeks one of the valves started leaking. replaced the diaphragm and realized there was a leak in the second one. tightened everything and 2 weeks later found the whole valve manifold box flooded! Do yourself a favor build your own manifold using rain bird valves.
Date published: 2013-06-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ease of Installation Means Leaks I have always built my own manifolds in the past and not a big fan of it, so when I saw this item, I was enthusiastic. When it arrived, I immediately went to work checking the work and it seemed solid. I installed it on the end of my 1" supply line, attached the zone lines, and turned on the water. All looked good, so I bled the lines one by one, for a full minute. The manual recommends at least 20 seconds. Then I went to test the valves. Each fired just fine, as the timer cycled through the three valves/zones. I went to bed and when I got up, I went to look at the manifold and noticed dripping on two of the three valves, with pooling at the top of the jars. I took a phillips head screw driver and made sure the bleeder lines were tight, being careful to only tighten them slightly. This had no effect at all. I placed a wad of dry paper towels on the top of the jars and still noticed steady dripping from one of the valves, albeit slower, but certainly steady. I took out the manifold and used a tool to further tighten all the fittings. I reinstalled the manifold and used a tool to tighten the screw fittings a little further than hand tight. After repeating the process I outlined above, bleeding the lines, the same pooling and dripping occurred. I heard warnings about using orbit valves and drip products, but have used them in the past with expected results, except for maybe the short life of the solenoids. I am now building my own manifold, using Hunter valves, and righting off the $50+ waste of my money as a learning experience.
Date published: 2013-03-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from fairly easy install - misleading docs Teflon tape used on joints per guide. Guide says parts included for 3/4" and 1" poly applications; but only includes 3/4" parts. Another $30 (2 manifolds installed) in parts for 1" poly.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Now What Installed great. Love the design, but one of the valves does not work correctly. I lost the receipt and threw out the box. Now what? It is glued into my system.
Date published: 2016-09-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from GT I've redone teflon a couple times on the male inlet side...good for a while, but ends up leaking again...pretty frustrating. I just got off the phone with Orbit and they said to not use Teflon. I don't have the instructions if front of me....but don't remember this in the instruction manual. I'm going remove teflon and hope this fixes the leak problem.
Date published: 2016-04-01
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