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These are the valves I use.  You can use schedule 80 fittings also

https://www.usplastic.com/catalog/item.aspx?itemid=42418&clickid=search



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I'm running this valve for my soap this year. I'm seeing some Proportioners with them, but I'm not sure how good they work

https://sunplay.com/products/pentair-control-valve-r172086?variant=6882184036387&gclid=CjwKCAjw1dzkBRBWEiwAROVDLCEX4xUx4pwsUIgvoo_QFrLgT_cyKwDxMCyIROMLXpscVJ71QwC5nxoCcVcQAvD_BwE



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Still using these check valves. Been about 6 years. The trick to them is you have to epoxy them together. High flow, no restriction like the black valves. I'm going to switch the bleach side out this winter. Been a while

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Admin wrote:

Still using these check valves. Been about 6 years. The trick to them is you have to epoxy them together. High flow, no restriction like the black valves. I'm going to switch the bleach side out this winter. Been a while


 These valves crack easy, Seen a guy putting a hose clamp around them. I'm going to give it a shot again 

Pentair Control Valve R172086

Item #: R172086
$43.95


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Maverick Contracting wrote:

I think we're about to see a new vendor enter the market.

The SoftARTSystem


 Works just fine with a little glue



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