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Tuesday, August 10th 2004, 5:52am

by SprinklerGuy

The only red valves that I know of are or were made by Hardie.

They are the HR-1 valves.

6 screws
star shaped bleed pin in middle of valve that will be plastic with a metal pin about 4 inches long when you unscrew it all the way

I can get you parts.

Monday, August 2nd 2004, 9:38am

by Wuest

valve identification

I have twelve stations, automatic, one-inch connections.
I have a broken part on two of these puppies.
There is no identification of any sort anywhere on the valve or assembly.
the good news is: they have bright red bodies.
The bad news is: None of the mfg'ers will admit ot ever having produced anything like that.
They are probably 20 years old and have been working well.
?Can anyone advise the manufacturer of red control valves?