Pressure reducing valve

The 3350 is suitable for systems with fill pressure requirements of 10 to 50 psi and features a fast-fill button with automatic reset.

03/20/2013


3350 valve, TacoTaco’s 3350 valve is used to automatically feed water to a hydronic system when pressure in the system drops below the pressure setting of the valve. The 3350 is suitable for systems with fill pressure requirements of 10 to 50 psi and features a fast-fill button with automatic reset. All cartridge-style reducing valve parts are contained in a one-piece cartridge that can easily be removed and serviced. The 3350’s dial-in pressure setting allows for easy adjustment throughout the 10 to 50 psi range, without the need for an external gauge. The design of the valve features a stainless steel coaxial strainer, preventing system debris from affecting the valves’ performance.

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