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Superior 3200 Valve

3200 is a normally closed master valve that provides dirty and recycled water protection and No Minimum Flow feature. This ensures reliable opening and closing of the valve regardless of flow rates through the individual zone valves. RW adds Recycled Water designation and purple handle for identification. Available in 3/4", 1", & 1 1/2" to 3" sizes. Two-piece upper diaphragm and lower seat assembly maximizes flow through valve and protects diaphragm from harmful debris. Normally Closed design provides protection against unauthorized system use and minimizes water waste in the event of zone valve malfunction. Dirty water protection is afforded by the removable filter and metering rod assembly plus the added benefit of non-continuous flow through the solenoid. All EPDM rubber parts outlast commonly used Buna-N parts when exposed to reclaimed water. Includes "No Minimum Flow" capability, which ensures reliable opening and closing of the valve in extreme high or low flow scenarios (as low as 1 gallon per hour.)


Superior 3200 Valve

 

 

 

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Buckner Superior

Address: 23201 Normandie Ave.
City/State/Zip: Torrance / CA / 90501
Phone: 310-326-8287
FAX: 310-326-8310
Website: bucknersuperior.com
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Buckner and Superior brands have a longstanding history within the irrigation industry. Now consolidated within The Storm Manufacturing Group these brands continue to represent the performance and reliability that have been industry standards for nearly a century. The Buckner Company was founded by W.A. Buckner in 1912 with the introduction of a patented slow-rotation sprinkler. The Buckner Company helped revolutionize the industry with new products such as the first hose-less irrigation system the quick coupler valve the hose swivel and the sand-resistant bearing and cam-drive sprinkler. The famous Pebble Beach Golf Course was an early site of Buckners innovative automated irrigation systems. The Buckner Company became part of Storm Manufacturing Group in 2000.