Hunter unveils reclaimed water valve

July 5, 2017 -  By
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Photo: Hunter

Hunter released the ICV-R reclaimed water valve. As an update to the company’s ICV valve, the ICV-R has all the features and benefits of its predecessor but has been optimized for reclaimed water use, the company said.

“With the ICV-R, contractors and landscape designers have a powerful tool built to withstand the unique wear and tear caused by contaminated, highly chlorinated water,” said Daniel Hunter, product marketing manager. “This allows them to pursue more reclaimed water projects.”

Designed for use in reclaimed water systems, the ICV-R is engineered with durable, chlorine-resistant materials for non-potable water applications.

The diaphragm is made from chlorine-resistant ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM) rubber (M-class). Filter Sentry comes standard with the ICV-R, keeping the diaphragm filter screen free of debris often found in reclaimed water. In addition, the purple flow control knob and ID tag allow for field identification.

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