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223, 223S

High Capacity Water Pressure Reducing Valves

Size(s):

1/2 to 2 1/2 in. (15 to 64mm)

Description:

Series 223, 223S High Capacity Water Pressure Reducing Valves are used in commercial, industrial, and institutional applications to reduce incoming water pressure for protection of plumbing system components and to reduce water consumption. It consists of a bronze body construction (2 1/2 in., 65mm is iron), enlarged diaphragm, spring cage and seat orifice for super capacity, sealed spring cage for waterworks pit installations and an optional thermal expansion bypass. Available with NPT threaded female inlet and NPT female threaded outlet with (223-S) or without (223) strainer. Maximum Working Pressure: 300psi (21 bar), Adjustable Reduced Pressure Range: 25 to 75psi (172 to 517 kPa), Standard Pressure Setting: 50psi (345 kPa).

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