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I have a Aro Ingersoll Rand valve with the #'s of 5040-22
Also E1o51. I'm looking for a replacement.
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This item is not something we carry but for business customers we offer a special order service for specific parts not stocked by Grainger. Please call us at 1-800-Grainger for more information regarding ordering this specific item. Thank you for using Grainger.com Ask & Answer.
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My father has a 2nd bathroom on the basement. He went to a plumbing store looking for a floor drain for the shower that will let water drain, but not let water enter the shower in the event of a sewer backup. The plumbing store said they did not carry the size he needed(2") , but for him to check online. Do you carry such a part or do you know what it is called? I am at a loss after searching for over 2 hours.
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Hello,
The device I know about is a "Backwater Valve" however it is not used in a branch line. It is used in the main line, and it will "shuttoff" the flow in the event of a back up in the sewer main. And I have never seen one in 2" sorry...
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