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Model #57465

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3/4 in. or 1 in. Green Jar Top Valve

  • High-grade polyethylene housing structure is resistant to impact
  • Top lid is easily openable to allow swift operation
  • Bleed screw is manually operable for testing and flushing process
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Product Overview

Orbit's Jar Top Valve features an easy-access screw-top lid that makes service a snap. This simple and reliable design includes manual operation and a standard 24-Volt solenoid for connection to an irrigation timer. Orbit's Inline Valve is designed to prohibit the free flow of water from a ruptured diaphragm and reduces potential water waste and flooding damage. The manual on/off bypass lever is ideal for testing and flushing sprinkler lines. The Inline Valve works with standard residential 24-Volt sprinkler systems.
  • Threaded easy-access jar-top lid design for easy serviceability
  • Heavy-duty construction with stainless steel components provides years of reliable service
  • Compatible with standard 24-Volt sprinkler systems
  • Manual on/off bleed screw for testing and flushing sprinkler systems
  • Work on 3/4 or 1 sprinkler systems
  • For outdoor use only
  • For cold water use only
  • For irrigation use only
  • Dependable design
  • Made of durable, long lasting materials

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Inlet Size (in.).75110.75
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InstallationBelow GroundAbove GroundAbove GroundAbove Ground
ConnectionSolvent x SolventFemale Pipe ThreadFIP x FIPFemale Pipe Thread
MaterialPolyethyleneAcrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)PVCPlastic
Outlet Size (in.)2 or less2 or less2 or less2 or less
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Size (in.)
.75
Outlet Size (in.)
2 or less
Product Height (in.)
5.25
Product Length (in.)
4.5
Product Width (in.)
3.25

Details

Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Connection
Solvent x Solvent
Installation
Below Ground
Irrigation System Component
Valve
Material
Polyethylene
Maximum Pressure (psi)
120
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
120
Number of Outlets
2
Operation
Automatic
Pack Size
1
Package Quantity
1
Pressure Rating
125
Product Weight (lb.)
1.05 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Thread Type
Female
Valve Type
In-Line

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
6 Years

Questions & Answers

9Questions34Answers

Can I use 24V AC directly with switch without timer? I just want to turn on or of by one switch!

Asked by Kevin21 February 15, 2021
2
Answers

Yes Kevin21, you sure can. Depending on what you plan to do with the isolated valve, you may have to install a separate L.V. transformer. Great question! :-)

Valve opens but closes after a minute

Asked by Augustine August 26, 2020
1
Answer

Might need more information, so I'll suggest manually open/close a valve by turning the solenoid fully via the black adjustment screw . Go full right clockwise to close-then open fully. Double check the wiring to the controller and be sure -if you have a master valve, that that only works when the system is shut down. If this is a replacement and the others are ok, return the thing if my suggestions do not work. :-)

Dimensions state : 3/4" going in and under 2" going out. I wanted 1" from supply and 3/4" from valve going out to emit

Asked by Ron May 24, 2020
4
Answers

It's not, they are both they same they supply adapters to fit all they way to 3/4 inch threaded pipe

Is "standard 24-Volt solenoid" DC? Some others specify 24 VAC which doesn't make sense to me.

Asked by Stan September 13, 2019
4
Answers

24 VAC

How can I tell which end is the inlet?

Asked by Carl April 19, 2019
5
Answers

There is an arrow for directional flow

The installation guide doesnt say, but the Home Depot specifications says the connection is with ...

Asked by rjj100 January 16, 2019
5
Answers

Yes that'll work

How do I fix a stuck open valve?

Asked by Bday September 7, 2018
5
Answers

Buy a new one; this is the only fix I have found.

How do I turn the valve on manually to internally clean. The sprinkler heads functioning weakly.

Asked by Greg May 28, 2018
3
Answers

Sounds like a sprinkler problem. And if you want to open the valve manually, turn out the pilot screw on top of the valve.

my Orbit model 57465 opens but will not close even with electric disconnected

Asked by Bob November 12, 2012
5
Answers

Am replacing the same valve as had the same problem as you are having unless the release screw is loose.

Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 108 reviews
  • 64% recommend this product
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I replaced a broken valve with the orbit jar valve. Easy to install and works great. With this va...
I replaced a broken valve with the orbit jar valve. Easy to install and works great. With this valve being so close to my other valves, I had to take the solenoid off to screw it in, then put back on once the valve was in place. Works great! No complaints.
by Fixitdad
Orbit clearly does not test their devices
I don't trust manufacturers that don't test their stuff. If you design two pieces that are supposed to fit each other, what's wrong with trying to fit one into another before selling it? If they did that they would find that the 3/4" to 1" converter is too big to fit into the valve. You get two threads in easily, then it starts feeling pressure; then it takes lube, big wrench, a lot of swearing and time wasted just to thread it by a half.
by AS
Great replacement and fits in the same space, however the replacement solenoids I bought are to l...
Great replacement and fits in the same space, however the replacement solenoids I bought are to large and the threaded stem is to short, so I I'll return it after the virus goes away...
by Sparky
Works great but does not allow bladder to be replaced when it becomes worn as previous models ha...
Works great but does not allow bladder to be replaced when it becomes worn as previous models have. Solenoids can be replaced. To replace Orbit valves when pvc pipe is 6" underground and there is no flexibility to pipe the only option is to cut the pipe, add 4 elbows and raise the valve to fit inline. It would be great for Orbit could come up with an easier fix to replace the valve as no other manufacturer has an answer for this. I would love to talk about options for this as I have had to replace and repair all five zones of my sprinkler system. I use Orbit Pop up sprinkler heads and gear driven heads for my entire lawn, Love them.
by Rocky
1 person found this helpful
This product is very poorly designed. The solenoid has a very cheaply made spring that will not s...
This product is very poorly designed. The solenoid has a very cheaply made spring that will not stay in place rendering the valve useless. To prove my point remove the solenoid and tap the plunger rapidly up to 10 times. This will simulate vibration from water pressure being turned on and off. The spring on the plunger will either jump out or slide down into the cylinder cavity. Thus, the valve will not activate because the spring will not apply pressure to the plunger. I replaced three of the valves in the first week of use. The solenoids costs $8 and the valve assembly cost $13. You might as well spend a little more on a different brand and save yourself time and effort and possibly a high water bill.
by Pickelw
Response from OrbitIrrigationMay 11, 2017
Pickel, thank you for the feedback, and we apologize that you had these problems with your valves. You may be interested to learn that we have recently come out with a new, updated inline valve design (model numbers 57280 and 57281) that should resolve the issues you've described. Please also feel free to contact our Support team at 1-800-488-6156 if you have any questions at all, and we'd be happy to help. Thanks! OrbitIrrigation
5 people found this helpful
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by John
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You get what you for!
Jar let's roots into valve, and boy do they leak. It started with blowing out diaphams and Orbit said my water presure was to high, bought pressure reducers then not enough pressure to cover yard with old sprinkler valves. Completely rebuilt system. Then the leaks started. Threw out orbit and bought hunter, no more trouble.
by Ray
This is an updated version of my prior Orbit valve. After several years in the Arizona sun it gav...
This is an updated version of my prior Orbit valve. After several years in the Arizona sun it gave out but, up to that point, always reliable. Hooked this one up easily and has worked as advertised.
by Dennis
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