Water heater shutoff valve

Watts' Series LFBRVM1 ball and relief valve can be used as a water heater shutoff valve that provides protection against excess water pressure.

06/21/2017


Watts' Series LFBRVM1 ball and relief valve can be used as a water heater shutoff valve that provides protection against excess water pressure.Watts has added the Series LFBRVM1 all-in-one ball valve and relief valve to its line of shutoff valves. This product is designed for use as a water heater shutoff valve that also provides protection against excess water pressure caused by thermal expansion. It features nine end connection options and can be installed in any orientation. The design incorporates tighter pressure release tolerances for greater accuracy in compliance with the latest IAPMO and CSA standards. The valve includes a robust forged body construction, blowout proof stem, and an industry standard white handle for easy lead free identification.  

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