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- ItemPressure Regulator
- Body MaterialBrass
- Inlet Size1/2"
- Outlet Size1/2"
- ApplicationWater and #2 Fuel Oil
- Connection TypeFNPT
- Pressure Adjustment Range3 to 50 psi
- Gauge Port Size1/4"
- Max. Temp.140 Degrees F
- Max. Pressure300 psi
Compliance and Restrictions
This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).
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You need a Pressure Reducing valve, not a Regulator. A Watts pressure reduceing valve will close when the set pressure is reachedlike a 3AYW9 in 1/2" or a 3AYX1 in 3/4". You can install one wher the water comes in the house and controll the presure in the house.
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