Air valves

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A.R.I. Flow Control Accessories Ltd.

A.R.I. launched a line of nominal air valves featuring a one-piece body that is compact and lightweight for municipal and infrastructure water purposes. The air valve's smart and simple design minimizes the chances of leakage and vandalism while offering a highly-dependable product that is easy to maintain and repair. The valves seal over a wide range of pressures (0.1 to 25 bar) and can be upgraded to an adjustable non-slam model by simply removing the discharge outlet and adding an adjustable disc. The PRO air valves also help deter vandalism since its one-piece body cannot be separated in order to steal parts. Available in 2" to 8" sizes with a PN rating of 16 or 25, A.R.I. plans to make PRO valves available with a pressure rating of PN40 in the future.

A.R.I. Flow Control Accessories Ltd.
www.arivalves.com

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