DEF tank drain solution

  • 17-Aug-2016 05:38 EDT
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A full stainless-steel version of EZ Drain Valve from Global Sales Group (Redmond, WA), the manufacturer of the EZ Oil Drain Valve, is now available for diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) tank applications. Unlike a plastic valve or plug used on some DEF tanks that have the potential to break, the durable, stainless-steel DEF Drain Valve can withstand harsh external elements. Since DEF is highly corrosive, the DEF Drain Valve is designed to withstand these properties, using all stainless steel 304 components and a Viton O-ring to seal. Using a ball-valve design, the DEF Drain Valve is available in different thread sizes and a new lock nut feature allows the valve’s final position to be orientated during installation. According to the company, OEMs such as Caterpillar, CNH and John Deere use the EZ DEF valve for their DEF tank drain solution. For more information, visit http://www.ezoildrain.com/.

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