The FIMCO Hydro Indexing Valve is the modern, no worry way to insure smooth working, dependable service for all sprinkler, wastewater and aquaponics systems. The Hydro-Indexing Valve is activated by sufficient water supply being turned on and off therefore no electrical wiring is required to the valve. All that is needed for a totally automatic system is a controller to turn on and off the water supply (pump or solenoid). The Hydro Indexing Valve operates under most all water conditions and is available in three styles to enable the valve to index properly under normal, low, or high water conditions. FIMCO Hydro Indexing Valves are preassembled with a sequencing cam depending on how many zones are on a particular sprinkler system. The cam can be easily removed and replaced by a different cam if sections are added or eliminated. FIMCO Hydro-Indexing Valves come in 7 series.
The 6000 valve is available in 4 or 6 outlet models that are cammed for 2 to 6 zone operation. With only one moving part (the stem and disk assembly), the valve is easily serviced and maintained.
The 6000 line of indexing valves offers exceptional reliability and durability even under the dirtiest water conditions. With a metal die-cast body, the 6000 valves are capable of high pressure applications and are recommended to be used on pump-fed systems or high flow city water systems. The 6000 is also idea for onsite waste water and effluent water applications.
The 4000 line of indexing valves offers a reliable, economical way to automate multiple zoned residential and small commercial irrigation systems.
These patented indexing valves allow for the number of watering zones to be changed quickly and easily. They are ideally suited for both city water and pump applications and may also be used for onsite wastewater or effluent water applications. The simplicity of design and few moving parts ensures ease of maintenance and long service life.
The 4000 valve is available in 4 or 6 outlet models. A quick change of the cam allows the valve to operate with flows as low as 10 GPM and at pressures of 25 to 75 PSI.