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Curtis Push Type Fuel Valve - CCA-2100

$17.60/Each
Part# 05-11159
MFR Model# CCA-2100

Overview

    Specifications:
  • Valve Material: Brass
  • Thread Size: 7/16-20 UNF
  • Valve Action: Push to Open, Non-Locking
  • Valve Inst Length: .470
  • Lock Wire Drilled: Yes
  • Certification: TSO-C76b
  • Stem Seal Number: MS 29513-007N
  • Mounting Seal Number: MS 29513-012N

Curtis Superior Valves are designed for installation in a standard NPT port for NPT threaded valves or an AND-10050 stlye port for UNF threaded valves. Use a sealant on NPT threaded valves or a fuel resistant o-ring of the proper size for UNF threaded valves. Refer to aircraft manufacturers torque specifications for the aircraft in which it is being used. Curtis Superior Valves require no special maintenance. Keep them reasonably clean and replace according to the prescribed synthetic rubber maintenance schedule for the aircraft in which they are used or 10 year usable life per Curtis Superior Valve whichever occurs first. Curtis Superior Valves cannot be OVERHAULED. Replace the entire valve per the maintenance schedule of the aircraft in which it is used or usable life per Curtis Superior Valve should it begin to leak.

   
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WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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