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Honeywell V88A1626 1 1/4 Inch Gas Valve 24V 1/2# Max

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The Honeywell V88A1626 isn't just a valve; it's the vital component precisely regulating gas flow in your heating system. This workhorse boasts a 1 1/4-inch connection, making it ideal for boilers, water heaters, and rooftop heaters. Imagine it as the conductor, meticulously controlling the gas supply based on your desired temperature, ensuring consistent warmth and comfort. Operated by a convenient 24V signal, the V88A1626 opens slowly and closes rapidly, optimizing system efficiency while preventing uncomfortable temperature spikes. Its maximum pressure rating of 1/2 pound per square inch ensures safe and reliable operation. This versatile valve seamlessly integrates with various Honeywell thermostats and compatible devices, creating a unified network for effortless control.

Manufacturer Name: Honeywell
Product Number: V88A1626
OEM Part Number: V88A1626
Product Description: 1 1/4" Gas Valve 24V 1/2# Max

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