Trough-O-Matic Float Valve

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Trough-O-Matic Float Valve


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Product Summary:

Little Giant Trough-O-Matic Float Valve
Automatically controls the water level for most plastic and metal stock tanks, troughs, barrels, and pans.  The all-plastic valve flows up to 245 gallons per hour and operates at pressure between 20 and 50 psi.  Housing is molded from high-grade polystrene for added strength and durabililty.
Product Features:
  • Flows up 245 gallons/hr
  • High-grade polystrene housing
  • Accepts standard 3/4" garden hose
Item Specifications:
7.5" L x 3"W x 3.5"H
Item Number Model Number UPC
E011779 22610783 084369008259
Additional Information:
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So I would not have to fill up the water buckets
EUNICE H on Apr 5, 2017
So I would not have to fill up the water buckets
EUNICE H on Apr 5, 2017
does it de ice the water bucket?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No this only opens the water valve once the water level has dropped, allowing water tank to never reun out. Suggest getting an aquarium heater.
what makes a float malfunction?
A shopper on Apr 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not sure what is happening with yours but it's a pretty simple mechanism so all I can think to tell you is to look at the float to make sure there is no hole and the rubber stop valve to see if it has fallen off or is cracked.