Kerick

Kerick 4" x 5" Float Ball with 1/4-20 self tapping threads

Part Number: PF45

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This Kerick PF45 Oval Float Ball is made of polyethylene for resistance to corrosion and deterioration from sunlight and has 1/4"-20 female threads. The float ball is molded in one piece to resist leakage.

This item is a part of a complete float valve, and is intended for use with 3/8" to 1/2" inlet float valves and a 3" or 6" 1/4"-20 threaded rod.

Features:
  • One piece molded polyethylene float
  • Corrosion resistant
  • No seams to leak
  • Resistant to sunlight deterioration
  • Floats have 1/4-20 self-tapping thread
  • Threads can be enlarged to 5/16-18
  • Float balls available in 4"x5" and 6"
  • Rectangle floats available in 2"x2"x4" and 4"x4"x4"
Information on float valves:
Float valves use a rod and float ball attached to a valve shutoff lever to control flow in or out of a tank. The float ball rises or falls with the level of liquid in the tank, changing the angle of the valve shutoff lever. When the angle changes sufficiently, the valve opens or closes. Float valves are used to automatically regulate the level of liquid within tanks in a variety of applications, such as fountains, livestock water tanks, cooling towers, and chemical manufacturing plants.




This Kerick PF45 Oval Float Ball is made of polyethylene for resistance to corrosion and deterioration from sunlight and has 1/4"-20 female threads. The float ball is molded in one piece to resist leakage.

This item is a part of a complete float valve, and is intended for use with 3/8" to 1/2" inlet float valves and a 3" or 6" 1/4"-20 threaded rod.

Features:
  • One piece molded polyethylene float
  • Corrosion resistant
  • No seams to leak
  • Resistant to sunlight deterioration
  • Floats have 1/4-20 self-tapping thread
  • Threads can be enlarged to 5/16-18
  • Float balls available in 4"x5" and 6"
  • Rectangle floats available in 2"x2"x4" and 4"x4"x4"
Information on float valves:
Float valves use a rod and float ball attached to a valve shutoff lever to control flow in or out of a tank. The float ball rises or falls with the level of liquid in the tank, changing the angle of the valve shutoff lever. When the angle changes sufficiently, the valve opens or closes. Float valves are used to automatically regulate the level of liquid within tanks in a variety of applications, such as fountains, livestock water tanks, cooling towers, and chemical manufacturing plants.


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