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I Want to Buy Hose per Meter

09/03/2015 10:56 AM

Good Morning.

My name is Karen Vargas de Guadalajara. Mexico.

I have a question.Where can I buy the hose to water these valves?

2-Way NC Isolation Valves-Closed -- 161T010

I want to buy hose per meter.

Thank you for your help.

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09/03/2015 11:15 AM

Try contacting the supplier to see if they carry the hose that you need.

On the left side of the page that you linked to, beneath the company's contact information, you will find a button called Email Supplier. You can also call the phone number that is listed.

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09/03/2015 11:41 AM

Graingers has a branch in Guadalajara. There are most likely other industrial supply houses also. Also at 30 psi max and porting that is 10-32 plastic tubing would do.

If it's just water then the tubing for a refrigerator ice maker would do. So any place that sells refrigerators should have that.

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09/03/2015 12:41 PM

Don't forget the fittings to connect the tube (hose) to the valve

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09/03/2015 12:11 PM

Looking at that particular valve, you should contact the valve manufacturer because they will know where you can purchase the tubing!

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09/03/2015 4:51 PM

As the original poster has access to the internet it seems bizarre that the facility is seemingly unwillingly in use to secure the required information!

There are dozens of potential suppliers. Some horsepower-hours with a telephone are all that is needed to achieve results.

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09/03/2015 7:08 PM

What fluid and at what pressure are you going to using the valves for?

You must specify the valve service first then match the tubing or hose to the application.

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09/03/2015 7:09 PM

Ooops! You must also take into consideration the temperature of the fluid.

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09/04/2015 8:33 AM

Do this nearly every day, but only with air. Still the route to follow is similar. They make what McMaster Carr calls "instant tube fittings" but many call push to connect fittings with a tube end and a threaded end. And, yes, they make a 10-32 thread, as I've used them on certain turbidity meters we use a dozen times per year. They come in 1/8" and 1/4" tubing sizes. Then you need to get some plastic tubing, and here is where you will have to decide what you need based on material going through the tube and temperature, and environment. Also you need to decide what you need for OD/ID of the tubing. For example, for air in general service at 100 psi we would use 1/4" nylon with an 0.040" wall. For 100 psi air use near steam lines we would go to TFE tubing. If we had to run potable water through the solenoid, then a tubing approved for drinking water would be chosen. Get the idea?

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09/04/2015 10:11 AM

Hello Karen I´m in Guadalajara, If I think I can help you, if so please you may contact me Best regards, AGC

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09/04/2015 10:30 AM

You should PM the person and not include your email in the comments.

You're going to get SPAMMED!

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09/04/2015 1:33 PM

I´m sorry I didn´t realize that. For me it´s better to have contact with this person who needs help that is living in GDL, MEX. Is there any way to solve this? RegardS , Arturo

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09/04/2015 4:45 PM

Simple, click on the member's name. To the right of their profile you will see a link to send a private message to them.

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