A: Hi, there! Thanks so much for your question. To better assist you, please feel free to contact Toro Customer Support at 877-345-TORO (8676). Thanks!
A: If the 2400T valve 10 years or less, it is compatible. Thank you.
A: Not sure but these Toros have been good for us. First set of 9 lasted 20+ yrs. This current set has better designed rubber valves & trouble free for 5 yrs now. Not sure if Irritrol is compatible. Toros are jar tops & easy to open if ever needed. The old Irritrol I had was a pain because it had 4-5 little screws to get it open & hard to put back together.
A: By rotating the Retention Ring CCW, you can gain access to the diaphragm and the stainless steel spring. The diaphragm can be changed out with a new one – being careful to align the raised circular sealing bead, around the diaphragm’s perimeter, within the groove in the body. Note: There is a circular ring known as a Diaphragm Support installed inside the valve body that does not need to be removed and should be left in place to maintain its tight fit. The Diaphragm spring should not need replacement. Once the Diaphragm is installed and the Diaphragm sealing bead is in the groove, carefully align the Top Cover and then bring the Retention Ring down and tighten the assembly by rotating the Ring CW. Tighten the Ring hand tight. It should be very tight by hand but there is really no need to tighten it down with a tool. If needed, the solenoid can be replaced with the Top Cover installed, by turning it CCW while holding the manual on-off lever stationary. To install a new solenoid, simply align the solenoid threads with the threads in the white plastic adapter, known as a Bleed Plug, and rotate the solenoid until it is hand tight. There is no need to use any tools to tighten the solenoid into the Bleed Plug and no need to even use a lot of force by hand. If trouble shooting a valve performance issue, I recommend replacing the Solenoid or the Diaphragm independently so that the failure can be identified – especially since replacing one or the other is easy. The “Jar Top” valves are easier to service since there is no need to align and install multiple screws.
A: Thank you for your question. A jar top valve allows the homeowner or contractor to access the internal parts of the valve by screwing off the top of valve as opposed to having to remove screws that attach the top (bonnet) of the valve.
A: toro flo pro
|Name||150 psi 1 in. In-Line Jar-Top Valve||1 in. FPT Auto Inline Valve||3/4 in. 150 psi RJ Anti-Siphon Valve with Flow Control||1 in. Anti-Siphon Jar Top Valve with Flow Control|
|Inlet Size (in.)||1||1||.75||1|
|Irrigation System Component||Valve||Valve||Valve||Valve|
|Connection||Female Pipe Thread||Female Hose Thread||Female Pipe Thread||Female Pipe Thread|
|Installation||Below Ground||Below Ground||Above Ground||Above Ground|
|Outlet Size (in.)||2 or less||2 or less||2 or less||2 or less|
|THD SO SKU||1002168066|
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