11000 Series - Black Max

10 year trade warranty and 100% water tested

225 psi (15,5 bar) rating

S24B high-efficiency solenoid for positive opening at high pressures; includes stainless steel actuator and brass threads for long life

Unique “reverse flow” porting design permits equal pressure distribution on both sides of the diaphragm, regardless of line pressure providing zero stress to prevent “stretching,” a common cause of valve failure

Reverse flow design for water conservation in the event of failure

Diaphragm’s self cleaning ports constantly flex, inhibiting sand and silt from blocking valve actionr

Brass shock cone for smooth operation and reduction of water hammer

Easy-to-use internal manual bleed lever; bleeds valve downstream; has stops for open and closed positions

High-strength glass-filled body and cover with ¼" stainless steel cover bolts and mating brass body inserts

Brass non-rising flow control stem throttles valve from full open to closed position

Excellent for low volume irrigation

Contamination-resistant (CR)

Chlorine- and chloramine-resistant EPDM diaphragm material


XPR Pressure Regulator–the Weathermatic XPR pressure regulating module senses inlet pressure and maintains constant outlet pressure.

Non-potable alert flow handle may be substituted for the standard flow handle. Add -NP suffix.


Wiring requires a single lead from the controller to each solenoid, plus a common neutral to all solenoids; type UF wire, U.L. listed, is recommended for all hookups


Inrush: 9.86 VAInrush: 10.7 VA
Holding: 5.69 VAHolding: 7.5 VA


Do not use nominal voltage ratings listed above for sizing of valve wires.

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