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Feilite brine valve for water softener

Fob price :us1.5-4/piece

Min.order quantity:10 piece/pieces

Supply Ability: 20000 pieces per month

Port: Ningbo/Shanghai

Payment Terms: L/C,T/T

Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)

Brand Name: yujing

Model Number: FU6260

material:: PP and ABS

Supply type:: Make-to-Order

Certification:: ISO:9001

OEM:: Yes

Manufacturer:: Yes

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Packaging & Delivery

 

Packaging Details: Carton or as per your request
Delivery Detail: 7 to 15Days

 

6 laterals Water Distributor for water filter or strainer

 

Item no.

Dimensions(mm)

Diameter of tank (inches/mm)

Top opening

Gap

Rate of flow

A       B        C

FU6260

255  99  50/48.5

12″~16″ (Ø300~Ø400mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

10T/H-15T/H
FU6370

365  155  50/48.5

18″~21″ (Ø450~Ø550mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

FU6450

450  200  50/48.5

24″ (Ø600mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

FU6600

610  280  50/48.5

30″ (Ø750mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

FU6700

700  325  50/48.5

36″ (Ø900mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

FU6800

850  400  50/48.5

40″ (Ø1000mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

FU6900

940  445  50/48.5

48″ (Ø1200mm)

4”THREAD

0.25mm

 

High flow series:

Item no.

Dimensions(mm)

Diameter of tank (inches/mm)

Top opening

Gap

Rate of flow

A       B        C

FU6260B

310  132  50/48.5/63

16″~18″ (Ø400~Ø450mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm

10T/H-20T/H
FU6370B

430 197  50/48.5/63

21″ (Ø550mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm

FU6450B

500  227  50/48.5/63

24″ (Ø600mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm

FU6600B

620  290  50/48.5/63

30″ (Ø750mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm

FU6700B

750  353 50/48.5/63

36″ (Ø900mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm

FU6800B

870  416  50/48.5/63

40″ (Ø1000mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm

FU6900B

90  479  50/48.5/63

48″ (Ø1200mm)

4”THREAD

0.2mm/0.25mm/0.5mm


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  • As the title states… Used a ID- Interdynamics (R-12, R-22, r134a) A/C Pencil Pressure gauge. I dropped the cap in the end of this video, and ended up loosing it, I need to go get one from a junkyard or a Toyota dealership as it is a special Japanese fitting, although I haven’t used the A/C since then so it should be alright. I JUST WANT TO SAY I LOVE FREON R-12, AND AM EXTREMELY UPSET THEY HAVEN’T COME UP WITH A WORTH WHILE REPLACEMENT!



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    5 Stars By Fernando 2015-11-26 13:28
    A nice supplier in this industry, after a detail and careful discussion, we reached a consensus agreement. Hope that we cooperate smoothly.


    5 Stars By Stephen 2016-7-12 13:33

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