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Watts TB1156F Feed Water Pressure Regulator


Series Tb1156F Bronze High Capacity Feed Water Pressure Regulators Are For Use In Commercial And Residential Hydronic Heating Systems To Fill The Boiler And Piping System With Water, And To Maintain Water Pressure In The System At All Times. It Also Provides Make-Up Water To The System In The Event Of System Leaks. It Consists Of A Bronze Body Construction With Npt Threaded Inlet And Outlet Connections, A Tight Seating Check Valve, Purge Lever For Manual Purging, And A Stainless Steel Strainer. Series B1156F Has High Capacity Performance And Simplified Servicing Design. It Is Suitable For Use In The Boiler Feed Lines Of Hydronic Heating Systems. Also Available With Union Solder Or Union Threaded Connections. Maximum Pressure: 100Psi (6.9 Bar).


• Choice of inlet connections (threaded, union solder
or union threaded)
• Tight seating check valve
• Purge lever for manual purging
• High capacity
• Stainless steel strainer to protect the valve disc from fouling

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2-1-2003 Inc. sells products that require professional installation. Buyer(s) acknowledge that they are responsible to enlist the services of trained service professionals in the service and repair of heating appliances. Repair parts sold by Inc. may require specialized tools and/or procedures for safe and reliable operation of the effected systems. Buyer(s) specifically hold harmless for injury, property damage, or other losses associated with the use of items purchased from Inc. It is not the intention of Inc. to encourage the servicing of HVAC appliances by untrained personnel, rather to allow the public to purchase the necessary parts directly for use by trained and/or licensed professionals. Viewed 09-04-03Furnaces