Pressure reducing valves are installed in water systems to reduce and stabilise inlet pressures from mains water supplies or boosted water systems, which generally are too high and variable for domestic appliances to function correctly.
The 536 series is specially designed for hot and cold services in semi-commercial or public buildings to equalise either the hot or cold supplies or both and prevent excessive pressure at water outlets such as taps, basins, toilets, dishwashers and other appliances.
The series 536 pressure reducing valves are factory set to maintain 3 bar downstream pressure. The pressure can be adjusted using a 10mm Allen key/screw driver, depending upon size. The internal cartridge assembly can be easily removed for inspection, cleaning and maintenance operations. With a compensated seat design it means that the set downstream pressure remains independent of upstream pressure variations.
An integral filter prevents debris from entering the cartridge, which may affect its performance. The hydraulic profile of the valve makes it possible to achieve low pressure losses, even when a large number of outlets are open.
This download contains
1 Pipe Accessory Family with six types;
536240 - ½” screwed iron - F x F - with gauge port
536250 - ¾” screwed iron - F x F - with gauge port
536260 - 1” screwed iron - F x F - with gauge port
536241 - ½” screwed iron - F x F - with pressure gauge
CA-536251 - ¾” screwed iron - F x F - with pressure gauge
536261 - 1” screwed iron - F x F - with pressure gauge
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