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Identifying ASCO Solenoid Valves and ASCO Parts

We pride ourselves are Valves & Instruments as being one the best resources for finding ASCO Solenoid ValvesASCO repair kits and ASCO replacement coils online.  With over 100 years combined experience, our ASCO support staff is ready to help with your request.

With untold thousands of variations, ASCO Solenoid Valves can be difficult to figure out.  But, with a few bits of information, you can make it really easy when you call us or email us.  If you’re into watching videos, all the tips you need will be in the video below.  Or just provide us with the following information from the metal tag on the coil and the inked information from the side of the coil.

  • • ASCO Catalog number is imprinted on the metal tag that holds the coil on the top of the valve.  Most of the time the number will have a letter indicating the revision level of the valve.  For instance, if you are looking for an 8210A1, try searching again with the letter G in place of the A.  So, search for 8210G1.
  • • The Catalog number only gets you part of the way.  You will also need to know the voltage of the ASCO Solenoid Valve.  You will find the voltage printed on the side of the coil.
  • • If you are looking for ASCO Repair Kits or Replacement ASCO Coils, the numbers are printed on the metal tag as well.

You should find most of the common ASCO Solenoid Valves and ASCO Repair Parts on our site.  But if you are having problems finding them, please call us at 877-211-0209 and one of our ASCO Specialists will be happy to assist you.

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