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T & P Relief Valve, MNPT x FNPT

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  • Item # 2RMY1
  • Mfr. Model # NCLX-5
  • UNSPSC # 40141606
  • Catalog Page # 4049
  • Shipping Weight 0.55 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemTemperature & Pressure Relief Valve
  • Inlet TypeMNPT
  • Outlet TypeFNPT
  • Inlet Size3/4"
  • Outlet Size3/4"
  • Thermostat Length3"
  • Body Height3-3/8"
  • BtuH500,000
  • Factory Set Pressure150 psi
  • Max. Temp.210 Degrees F
  • Shank LengthStandard
  • Auto Re-SeatingYes
  • Body MaterialBronze
  • Spring MaterialStainless Steel
  • Body Width2"
  • StandardsCertified ANSI Z21.22 And CSA 4.4, Listed By ASME And CSA
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    The Water Works shut down my water in order to make repairs to the main. The valve on the water heater now discharges about two oz. of water over a 24 hour period. It didn't do this before the shutdown. The Badford White water heater that the valve is installed on was installed new in Oct. 2013 in my home.

    Should I manually actuate the valve?
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    Answer: 
    You may have one of two issues:
    1) There may be debris or mineral deposits built up on the seal or spring of the unit which is causing it to not seal correctly. Flushing the valve may work well for debris, but if it is mineral deposits, you may need to replace the valve.
    2) If there is a check valve on the system it may be due to thermal expansion, an expansion tank installed on the heater may be the course of action for that type of issue.

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    The Temperature and Pressure relief valve on the water heater is doing its job. If it was a constant drip i would say that you may have a defective valve and you need to replace. But if it is only about 2 oz. every 24 hours, then the valve is sensing high temps or high pressure and is releaving the water to protect the water heater and your home.
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    Answer: 
    Hello,
    This valve is rated at 500,000 BtuH so it would be 0.5 MBtuH..

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