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Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve
Rain Bird Sprinkler Irrigation Valve Anti-Siphon with Flow Control, Back-flow Preventer,Heavy Duty, Automatic Solenoid 24VAC 50/60Hz
Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve
Rain Bird Sprinkler Irrigation Valve Anti-Siphon with Flow Control, Back-flow Preventer,Heavy Duty, Automatic Solenoid 24VAC 50/60Hz
Rain Bird Sprinkler Irrigation Valve Anti-Siphon with Flow Control, Back-flow Preventer,Heavy Duty, Automatic Solenoid 24VAC 50/60Hz
Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve
Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve
Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve
Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve
Rainbird 075ASVF - Plastic Landscape Anti-Siphon Irrigation Valve

Rain Bird Sprinkler Irrigation Valve Anti-Siphon with Flow Control, Back-flow Preventer,Heavy Duty, Automatic Solenoid 24VAC 50/60Hz

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Rain Bird ® - Anti-Siphon Valve with Flow Control, Automatic Solenoid, Compatible with Most Timers, Reliable Automatic/Manual Valve Easy to Install, Exceptional Performance!

The Rain Bird ® - 075ASVF - 3/4 in.DASASVF100 -1' Anti-Siphon Valve is a simple, yet powerful solution for all your residential & light commercial irrigation needs. It combines all the features of a DVF and an atmospheric back-flow preventer into one single unit. This Rain Bird product has been I.A.P.M.O and A.S.S approved, so you know it's a safe choice for your lawn or garden setup. It's also compatible with all standard sprinkler timers, making it a great choice if you're looking to control your irrigation system automatically.

Specifications: 

Item

Irrigation Valve Sprinkler

Model

075ASVF

DASASVF100

Valve Size

¾ - 1”

Valve Type

Anti-Siphon

Material

Plastic

Valve Inlet/Outlet Configuration

NPT Female x NPT Female Threaded

Valve Options

Flow Control

Valve Series

ASVF

Operating Temperature

For use in cold water only, less than 110° F (43° C)

Dimensions

Height: 6 1/4' (15,8 cm) Length: 6 1/10' (15,5 cm) Width: 3 1/5' (8,1 cm)

Electrical Specifications

24 VAC 50/60 Hz (cycles per second) solenoid power requirement: 0.30 A (7.2 VA) inrush current 0.23 A (5.5 VA) holding current Solenoid coil resistance: 38 Ohms

Flow Range

0.2 to 22 GPM (0,05 to 5,0 m3/h; 0,01 to 1,39 l/s). For flows below 3 GPM (0,75 m3/h; 0,21 l/s) or any Xerigation® products application, use RBY-075-200MX filter installed upstream.

Operating Pressure

15 to 150 psi (1,0 to 10,4 bar)

Brand Name

Rain Bird®

MPN

075ASVF -3/4'

DASASVF100 -1' 

Ideal For

Irrigation Sprinkler Systems

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Sprinkler valves serve as a convenient and cost-effective solution for homeowners who don't have the time or energy to water their lawns regularly. Read on to learn more about what they are and how they can enhance your yard and life in tandem.

The reasons, benefits, and incentives for investing in great valves for your home's lawn irrigation system are clear. Amidst fierce competition for the greenest grass on the block, the addition of an efficient valve system can make all the difference. 

Everyone dreams of having a sprawling, luscious lawn - an envy of the neighborhood; something you can use to welcome guests with pride. But getting one sure isn't easy. Regardless of what part of the country you're in or what seed you use; it seems like everyone has trouble keeping their grass green throughout the year. Watering is a big part of this, as like all living things, outdoor landscapes require it consistently to look their best.

What Is a Sprinkler Valve?

A sprinkler valve is an important component of a home's irrigation system. It works by controlling the flow of water to the sprinklers, ensuring that they are able to deliver a consistent and even spray of water over your lawn or garden. Sprinkler valves come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and designs to meet the needs of different landscapes.

The most common type of sprinkler valve is the solenoid-operated valve. This type operates by using an electric current to open and close the valve, allowing water to flow through it. Other types of valves include manual ball valves, gate valves, and rotary-operated valves.

Manual ball valves are built with a ball and stem that open and close the valve manually. Gate valves allow for precise control of water flow, while rotary-operated valves are designed to be opened or closed with just one turn of a knob.

In any case, these products all serve the same general function: keeping your lawn hydrated on a consistent basis.

About Sprinkler System Valves

Although it's not the most hotly-discussed topic, there are plenty of interesting things to note about sprinkler valves, how they work, and the role they play in keeping today's properties looking great. This section will break down the basics to provide you with an overview of what you need to know.

How Do Sprinkler System Valves Work?

It's important to distinguish the fact that sprinkler valves are not entire lawn watering systems in and of themselves, but rather one small part. These components serve as the endpoints of system flow and are responsible for dispersing output across large fields of space. They are connected to a series of underground pipes that connect to the main source of water, whether it is mains-fed or a storage tank, such as a rainwater harvesting system.

At each valve section connected to the main line, you can control where and how much water is delivered. This allows you to adjust the flow of water based on different area needs, such as grass cover and soil composition. With the help of a timer-based controller or manual adjustment, each valve can be set to provide just enough moisture to keep the lawn looking green and healthy.

Why Sprinkler System Valves are Worth the Investment?

You may be reading all of this and wondering - is it really worth it? Sure, lawns need a decent watering every now and then, but what's the benefit of going all-in on a quality sprinkler valve and system? The answer is simple: convenience. Sprinkler systems are an asset for homeowners that want to keep their grass looking fresh on a consistent basis. Having one installed is like being able to put one of the most annoying parts of yard maintenance on autopilot. Just set it and forget it; well-managed irrigation systems can take the guesswork out of watering your lawn.

You'll also find that a sprinkler system can save you precious time and money in the long run. By precisely controlling how much water is being used, you can avoid over-watering and its associated costs. This encourages deeper root growth, which in turn makes plants more drought-tolerant. As summers get hotter and dryer, this could be a lifesaver for your lawn.

There's also the added benefit of increased home value. Installing a quality sprinkler system makes your lawn look and feel better, which inevitably increases its curb appeal. Potential buyers like to see that a home has been well-maintained, and your sprinkler system will be an attractive asset when you decide to sell.

Anti-Siphon Valves

Diving further into our subject matter, it's worth taking the time to highlight anti-siphon valves and their prominence in lawn irrigation systems. This is perhaps the most common type of product that you'll find on the market today, and is definitely worth considering when planning out your project.

In simple terms, anti-siphon systems are designed to only allow for one-way water flow. Unlike conventional valves, which have a tendency to feed water backwards when there's a drop in pressure, anti-siphons ensure that water always flows in the right direction. This ultimately prevents back-flow and keeps potentially-contaminated water from entering your home's supply of drinking water.

Rain Bird - 075ASVF - 3/4 in. Anti-Siphon Valve

If you're looking for an all-around great sprinkler system valve, we have a suggestion to make:

The Rain Bird - 075ASVF - 3/4 in. Anti-Siphon Valve is a simple, yet powerful solution for all your residential irrigation needs. It combines all the features of a DVF and an atmospheric back-flow preventer into one single unit. This Rain Bird product has been I.A.P.M.O and A.S.S approved, so you know it's a safe choice for your lawn or garden setup. It's also compatible with all standard sprinkler timers, making it a great choice if you're looking to control your irrigation system automatically.

Just be sure to do your research and buy from a reputable seller - like Top Notch Landscape Supply. We're proud to carry the market's most reliable brands and products at prices that can't be beat. Start shopping our online selection today!


Don't settle for less when you can have the Best

This summer, ensure that your lawn stays lush and well-hydrated by upgrading your irrigation system with our top-of-the-line Rain Bird valves. With our high-quality valves, you can get the most out of your system and enjoy the benefits of a greener, healthier lawn. Don't settle for less when it comes to keeping your lawn in its best shape. Upgrade to Rain Bird valves and experience the difference in your irrigation system's performance.

Unmatched durability and reliability

IThe Rain Bird ASVF valve is designed for long-lasting durability and high performance. It features flow control for precise water management, allowing you to achieve exceptional results. Built with top-quality materials and advanced engineering, this valve ensures reliable operation and efficient water distribution for your irrigation system.