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H560

Mini Brass Water Pressure Regulators with Hose Connections

OBSOLETE PRODUCT

Replacement Product: LFH560

Size(s):

3/4 in. (20mm)

Description:

Series H560 Mini Water Pressure Regulators are used in OEM applications to regulate water pressure in grid systems and recreational vehicles. It consists of a brass body construction with female inlet and male outlet hose connections, 1/8 in. female side tapping (plugged) for gauge, stainless steel stem and spring, Buna-N seat and diaphragm, and heavy duty adjusting screw (slotted and knurled). Series H560 is low cost, dependable, and IAPMO listed. Maximum Working Pressure: 150psi (10.3 bar), Adjustable Reduced Pressure Range: 10 to 60psi (68.9 to 413.7 kPa), Standard Pressure Setting: 40psi (275.8 kPa), Delivery up to 250 gph (946 lph).

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