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UPC-A000861000089   UPC-A barcode 000861000089
UPC-E00086189   UPC-E barcode 00086189
BrandDayton
Product NameDAYTON 008618 1/8" NPT 2-Way Solenoid Valve Less Coil 5/32" Orifice
CategoryHome
Short DescriptionDAYTON 008618 1/8" NPT 2-Way Solenoid Valve Less Coil 5/32" Orifice condition: New Brand: DAYTON MPN: 008618 NumberOfItems: 1 Overall Length: 1-3/16" Overall Height: 2-3/4" Weight: 1 Height: 2-3/4" Length: 3.800 Width: 2.200 Agency Compliance: CSA, N
Model008618
Created06-18-2021 4:57:42am
Modified06-18-2021 4:58:37am
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SHA256f4f09242d6b7e7c919068e2200c5bdbd6686450f76db715be4ac83562ffa5864
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