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Honeywell V5055a1020 1 1/2 Inch Gas Valve Body Low #

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The Honeywell V5055A1020 is an essential component in HVAC systems, serving as a 1 ½ inch low-pressure gas valve body. It is essential for controlling the gas flow to the burner, which guarantees the heating system runs effectively and safely.  This valve body is made of durable brass, which allows it to withstand the high temperatures and pressures seen in natural gas systems. Its lightweight and compact form also makes installation easier in a variety of HVAC systems. The Honeywell V5055A1020 provides a number of advantages by precisely regulating gas flow. It contributes to comfortable, even heating throughout your residence zone. It also encourages fuel efficiency, which can result in cheaper energy costs. 


Manufacturer Name: Honeywell
Product Number: V5055a1020
OEM Part Number: V5055a1020
Product Description: 1 1/2" Gas Valve Body Low #

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