Compact Fill Valve by Aquascape - Connects to any hose - Any Application

Compact Fill Valve by Aquascape | Pavers/Spillway

Compact Fill Valve by Aquascape
- Connects to any hose - Any Application

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Starts at: $26.99

Brand: Aquascape

SKU: 88006

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The Aquascape Automatic Water fill Valve Kit allows you to easily maintain a constant water level or automatically top off water after a water change. 

The automatic float valve comes complete with a half inch hose barb adapter, as well as an adapter that easily hooks to most three-quarter inch standard garden hoses.

 Adding Water slowly as it evaporates reduces chances of dramatically changing water chemistry and temperature.

Features

  • Up to 1.5 gallons per minute flow rate at a pressure of 0-100 PSI
  • Small size allows it to fit into any skimmer filter, Pondless Waterfall Vault or decorative water feature application
  • Includes fittings to connect to a standard garden hose, 1/4" poly-pipe, 1/2" poly pipe/ 1/2" PVC pipe.
  • New Economy Fill Valve
  • Ideal for use in ponds, aquariums, pools and large fountains.
  • Adds water as it evaporates to reduce change in chemistry
  • The arm is 4.5" long
  • The Total Length is 6.25"

Features

  • Up to 1.5 gallons per minute flow rate at a pressure of 0-100 PSI
  • Small size allows it to fit into any skimmer filter, Pondless Waterfall Vault or decorative water feature application
  • Includes fittings to connect to a standard garden hose, 1/4" poly-pipe, 1/2" poly pipe/ 1/2" PVC pipe.
  • New Economy Fill Valve
  • Ideal for use in ponds, aquariums, pools and large fountains.
  • Adds water as it evaporates to reduce change in chemistry
  • The arm is 4.5" long
  • The Total Length is 6.25"

Question:

Can that be installed with a vertical inlet pipe, rather than a horizontal?"

Aquascape Tech Answer:

Yes, they just want to be sure that the water pressure is under 100 psi.


Question:

On the Compact Fill Valve, if the water level is too high, do you pivot the Arm higher or lower?

Aquascape Tech Answer:

You would go higher. When the float drops the water kicks on.

Question:

Would this work for salt water needs or would metals rust?

Aquascape Tech Answer:

Iím afraid it will rust. It is not rated for salt water.


Question:

Is there a minimum pressure required by this valve? I want to connect it to a rainwater storage tank.

Aquascape Tech Answer:

This will work with a pressure from 0- 100 PSI

View the PDF for complete operating instructions.

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Answer to question

The company's answer to the question about adjusting the pivot arm is incorrect. If your water level is too high, pivot the float downward so the cut-off will occur at a lower level. If you move the arm up, it will allow water to continue flowing beyond the desired level.

Reviewed Mon, Jan 15 2018 12:30 pm by
A response from the PondMeister...

Dave H from Aquascape Products responds:

"Please refer to the instructions at 88006-pro-compact-fill-valve-instructions.pdf . You can see the proper orientation of it, it sounds like it is backwards? I just set one up last week and didn't have any issues? If they spoke to someone in customer care then they probably failed to ask that question"


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