Elkhart Brass PIV 9786 Piston Intake Valve

Elkhart Brass PIV 9786 Piston Intake Valve

Elkhart Brass PIV 9786 Piston Intake Valve Elkhart Brass

Elkhart Brass PIV 9786 Piston Intake Valve

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9786 Elk-O-Lite Piston Intake Valve

Elkhart offers piston intake valves in your choice of materials. All piston valves include a variety of features to make your job easier: folding handwheel spinner, durable urethane seat, 4-1/2 “ waterway, 3/4 “ bleeder valve, adjustable relief/dump valve (75 to 250 psi) (factory set at 125 psi), and a red urethane enamel finish.

PIV 9786:
  • 4" or 5" Storz X 6" LH F Elk-O-Lite
  • 6" female truck connection
  • Free Swiveling Storz connectors
  • Length: 11.5"
  • 22.5 lbs
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Easy operation, even at high flows
  • Safe Fireground operation
  • Minimal friction loss
  • Working pressure up to 200 psi
  • Drop angle 35° below horizontal
  • Air Bleeder valve
  • Free Swiveling locking Storz connectors
  • Handwheel activated metal piston
  • Retractable Handwheel knob

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    We would like to stay with the same style piston intake valve like the Elkhart Brass model PIV 9786 but we could not make a storz connection due to the storz coupling swirling and no spanner wrenches to fit it due to the pump panel
    Asked on 12/13/2016 by Division Chief from Castroville CA 95012

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      Chief I'm not sure I understand your problem; you don't want the swivel storz connection
      on the intake valve, because it swivels? That style of connection was made so there wouldn't be any twisting of the hose, I don't know if you can get it without the swivel connection, at one time there was a set screw that could be tightened so it wouldn't swivel. Am I on the same page as you, are we thinking the same? E mail us back or call into the call center and ask for Butch, and we'll work on this together.

      Answered on 12/16/2016 by Butch
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