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DVF Valve Control Zone Kits

Control Zone Components

Low-flow control zones kits with DVF valves are made especially for drip applications, and feature the Rain Bird DVF Valve with flow control. These kits provide all of the components necessary for on/off control, filtration, and pressure regulation in a single package, making them simple to order and easy to install.

The economical irrigation valve is perfect to residential and light commercial applications where flow control is required, and its unique easy-to-turn assisted mechanism provides for 60% easier system tuning. The pressure-regulating filtration is incorporated inside the filter, meaning you can fit more Control Zone Kits inside a valve box, saving time and money.

  • Long Life Trouble-free performance—even under harsh conditions. Constructed of heavy-duty glass-filled nylon, this valve resists clogging.
  • Low-Flow Capability Useful in a wide range of applications
  • Pressure Regulating Wye Filter Ensures clean, even water in low-volume irrigation zones
  • Three-year trade warranty.


Features: 1” DVF valve with a 1”
40 psi pressure regulating filter

Features: 1” DVF valve with a 3/4”
30 psi pressure regulating filter
and compression fitting.
Comes preassembled


Operating Range

  • Flow: 3.0 to 15.0 gpm (11.4 to 56.8 l/m)
  • Inlet Pressure: 15 to 150 psi (1,0 to 10,3 bar)
  • Outlet Pressure:
    On XCZF-175-PRF, regulated at 30 psi (2,8 bar)
    On XCZF-100-PRF, regulated at 40 psi (2,8 bar)
  • Water Temperature: 33°F (0,5°C) to 110°F (43°C)
  • Ambient Temperature: 33°F (0,5°C) to 125°F (52°C)
  • Filtration: 200 mesh (75 micron)*

*Also compatible with 100 or 120 mesh Rain Bird filter, available separately.

Filter Models: 200 Mesh (WHITE): QKCHK-200M

Electrical Specifications

  • Power: 24V AC, 50/60 Hz solenoid
  • Inrush current: 0.41 A (9.84) at 60 Hz
  • Holding current: 0.28 A (6.72) at 60 Hz
  • Coil resistance: 30-39 Ohms

Pressure Loss Chart

In order to supply 30 (2.1 bar) and 40 psi (2.8 bars) outlet pressure,
additional pressure is needed at the inlet since there is some
pressure loss from water flowing through the kit. The amount
of pressure loss depends on the flow rate.

The charts below list the minimum inlet pressure required to
supply 30 (2.1 bar) and 40 psi (2.8 bars) of outlet pressure.