3/4" X 3/4" Combo Gas Valve w/ 780-845 Lockout Ignition Zoom

3/4" X 3/4" Combo Gas Valve w/ 780-845 Lockout Ignition


Brand: Robertshaw

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Fuel Type: Natural Gas
Inlet Size: 3/4"
Pressure Reg Setting: 11.0" W.C. L.P. GAS
3.5" W.C. NAT. GAS
Capacity (BTU): 350
Ignition Type: Intermittent Pilot

Description for Robertshaw 712-006

The Uni-Line 712 series pilot ignition system features flame rectification with solid-state logic and flame sensing to provide automatic sequencing that will ensure proper operation of an intermittent pilot ignition device. The 712 series pilot ignition system features quick and easy installation with complete in-depth instructions and trouble shooting information.

The 712 pilot ignition systems are available with one of four different gas valve types to fit a wide range of furnace applications. Depending on the model of gas valve used, 712 systems are available to handle applications up to 720,000 Btu (natural gas). See ordering chart for the exact specifications of each 712 series pilot ignition system.

3/4" X 3/4" Combo Gas Valve w/ 780-845 Lockout Ignition

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  • 1/2" X 3/4" Combo Gas Valve w/ 780-845 Lockout Ignition


    I have an American Standard G-25 series boil with a Honeywell gas control combination valve and standing pilot. I want to convert the standing pilot to a self-energizing or electronic pilot to save fuel consumption and hence cost of natural gas. Which gas combination valve do you recommend? Would the model 780-845 lockout ignition work in this application? Do any other modifications have to be made to any other controls?
    Asked on 2/4/2011 by George from Baltimore MD

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      If the pipe size of your valve is 1/2" x 3/4", we recommend that you use Y8610U6006 fit kit and the Q345A1305 pilot assembly.

      Answered on 2/8/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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