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Combination Gas Valves

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Combination Gas Valves

A combination gas valve (or combination gas control) combines in a single unit all manual and automatic control functions required for the operation of gas-fired heating equipment. In other words, a single valve replaces the various individual pilot line and main line gas controls. A gas-pressure regulator is usually optional. Many manufacturers of gas controls …

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Solenoid Gas Valves

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Solenoid Gas Valves

The solenoid gas valve is commonly used on gas-fired heating equipment to provide on-off control of the flow of gas. The primary function of a solenoid valve is to provide direct valve operation. The power to operate the valve is obtained from the magnetic flux developed in a solenoid coil. A valve disc in the …

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Gas Valves

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Gas Valves

The valves used to control the flow of gas through a gas-fired furnace, boiler, or water heater can be divided into two basic categories: (1) manually operated valves and (2) power-operated valves. The two manually operated valves (gas cocks) used on gas-fired heating equipment provide a backup safety function in case the automatic gas valves …

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