McDonnell & Miller 155300 Model 369 - Low Water Cut-Off

SKU
MH1112A
Model
369
MPN
155300
List Price $610.00 $467.35  / each
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Overview
McDonnell & Miller model number 369 is a float-operated low water cut-off for mounting into 2-1/2" side tappings on steam boilers. This cut-off features dual 120 volt switches for low water cut-off and alarm or electric water feeder. Its maximum pressure is 20 psi and it has an insertion length of 1-3/4".
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BrandMcDonnell & Miller
MPN155300
Model369
ApplicationSteam Boilers
Connection Size2-1/2"
Control ConnectionNPT
Installation MethodDirect to Boiler Tappings
Control ResetAutomatic
Control SwitchNo. 11
Max Boiler Pressure20 psi
UPC751875003336
Weight4.70
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McDonnell & Miller is a the leader in engineering and manufacturing a comprehensive line of boiler controls, liquid level controls, low water cut-offs, and flow switches for steam and hot water boilers.
McDonnell & Miller, a Xylem brand, is a leader in engineering and manufacturing a comprehensive line of boiler controls, liquid level controls, low-water cutoffs, and flow switches for steam and hot water boilers in industrial, commercial, and building applications.
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