Complete Brass 1-1/2 ” Meter Assembly, used on the Fleck 2850 and 9500 Valves. Standard Meter Range: 625 – 10,625 gallons This Part can be located on page 22, of the Fleck 2850 Service Manual.
2900 Lower Drive Assembly 115v 2900 (Lower Drive Only, in Picture) Includes Fleck Part #’s…. 1. . . . . . . 10218 . . . Micro Switch 1. . . . . . . 10250 . . . Retaining Ring 1. . . . . . . 10302 . . . Insulator, Limit Switch [...]
Complete Brass 1-1/2 ” Meter Assembly, used on the Fleck 2850 and 9500 Valves. Ext. Meter Range: 3,125 to 53,125 gallons This Part can be located on page 22, of the Fleck 2850 Service Manual.
Motor, Drive, Assembly 115V, 60 Hz (Motor Only – FL10769) Used on Fleck 2750/2850/2900 Control Valves This Part can be located on page 8, of the Fleck 2850 Service Manual.
The 1600 Brine Valve is seldom used on the 9500, as it is only 3/8″ O.D. It may be used, if the resin tank is 16″ in diameter, or less. The larger 1/2″ O.D. (FL60039), is more commonly used on the 9500 valve. This is the part that normally needs to be replaced, if the [...]
Main Piston Seals & Spacers used on newer 2510, 2700, 2750 valves and the 2900 upper piston. Also used on Older Fleck 1500, and 2500 valves. This Part can be located on page 16, of the Fleck 2900 Service Manual.
METER ASSY, 2″ Standard Range (FL60393) Used on Fleck 2900 & 3150 Control Valves. Brass Standard Range Meter Cover is for larger systems whose Program Wheel reads from 1250 – 21,250 gallons. This Part can be located on page 20, of the Fleck 2900 Service Manual.
Fleck 1700 Brine System, has a 1/2″ brine tubing connection, that is normally used on 9500, Twin Tank Softener Valve. We include a 2.0 gpm BLFC (Brine Line Flow Control) button, with this assembly. This Part can be located on page 17, of the Fleck 9500 Service Manual.
Lower Piston Assembly used on the Fleck 2900 and 2930 valves. This is the HWBP version, which permits Hard Water to Bypass the valve, during a regeneration cycle. Some applications require the NHWBP (No Hard Water Bypass Piston), that will stop all water flow from getting past the control vavle, during the regeneration cycle. This [...]