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Lead-Free Brass Vacuum Relief Valve, MNPT Inlet Type, MNPT Outlet Type
- Item # 5DLZ3
- Mfr. Model # 1/2 LF N36
- UNSPSC # 40141606
- Catalog Page # 4052
- Shipping Weight 0.24 lbs.
- Item Vacuum Relief Valve
- Body Material Lead-Free Brass
- Inlet Type MNPT
- Outlet Type MNPT
- Inlet Size 1/2"
- Outlet Size 1/2"
- Pressure Range Up to 15 psi Steam/Up to 200 psi Water
- Disc Material Silicone
- Overall Height 2"
- Application Hot Water Supply Systems
- Overall Length 2"
- Spring Material 302 Stainless Steel
- Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 250 Degrees F
- Test Lever No
- Standards NSF, FDA
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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