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Model 009-QT

Internet #100146697

Store SKU #632705

1 in. FPT x FPT Bronze Reduce Pressure Zone Assembly

$195.00 /each

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This reduced pressure zone assembly is designed to prevent the backflow of polluted water from entering into the potable water supply due to back siphon-age and or backpressure. It's compact modular design means easy maintenance with a single access cover for in-line repairs. It is ideal for protection in continuous pressure piping applications and at cross-connections identified as health hazards and for contaminants at the service line entrance. This assembly consists of a bronze body construction, NPT end connections, quarter turn ball valve shutoffs, top mounted test cocks, two in-line independent positive seating check modules, captured springs, and replaceable check discs and seats.

  • Bronze body construction for durability
  • Helps prevent the backflow of contaminated water into your potable water supply
  • NPT threads with a quarter turn ball valve for ease of use
  • Maximum working pressure 175 psi
  • For non-potable service applications such as irrigation, fireline and industrial processing

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Can I use the watts back flow 1inch instead of the 3/4 inch that I have now?

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June 24, 2014
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Yes you can. Don't oversize by more than one pipe size due to low flow damage referred to as "wire draw". And make sure the design of the back flow preventer meets the requirements for what you are using it on. If it is for an irrigation system, stick with a pressure vacuum breaker. Just so you know by law these are supposed to be tested at time of installation, or repair, and annually thereafter by Read More
Yes you can. Don't oversize by more than one pipe size due to low flow damage referred to as "wire draw". And make sure the design of the back flow preventer meets the requirements for what you are using it on. If it is for an irrigation system, stick with a pressure vacuum breaker. Just so you know by law these are supposed to be tested at time of installation, or repair, and annually thereafter by someone certified such as by ASSE. Read Less
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I wouldn't because you will be restricting the water flow therefore you might damage whatever it is you are feeding water to.
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June 4, 2013
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Hello J and thank you for your question.
You can replace your 3/4" valve with the Watts 1 in. Bronze FPT x FPT Pressure-Reducing Zone Assembly Valve provided:
1. the 1” valve is not oversized for your application
2. the issues of downstream demand have been addressed
3. you have a sufficient number of fixtures to accept the flow of water
4. you can monitor if there is any chattering from the turbulence
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Hello J and thank you for your question.
You can replace your 3/4" valve with the Watts 1 in. Bronze FPT x FPT Pressure-Reducing Zone Assembly Valve provided:
1. the 1” valve is not oversized for your application
2. the issues of downstream demand have been addressed
3. you have a sufficient number of fixtures to accept the flow of water
4. you can monitor if there is any chattering from the turbulence of the increased flow of water going through the valve
5. a copper or brass adapter should be used to increase the valve size
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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Are the dimensions correct?

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November 16, 2015
Product depth (in.) is 14.5?
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Technically, the way the item is stocked on the shelf in most stores, that is correct. But if you turn the product, 14.5" can refer to the product width (or height) as well.
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Is the 009M2QT model Lead Free?

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No, the 009M2-QT is not lead free. The LF009M2-QT is.
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Is this model number (009-QT) the same as 009M2QT?

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I'm replacing Watts 009M2Qt 1" and want to make sure this model would be the replacement?
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The current version being offered of the 1” 009 is the M2. This should be an exact replacement of what you have.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product great price I searched eBay trying to find used valve but could not beat the price of Home Depot. I'm delighted to find a new one cheaper than a used one. June 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by RPZ Reduced Pressure Zone The Home Depot would sell more of this product if the word "reduce" was changed to "reduced". Thanks for having a very competitive price. December 6, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, but not what they advertise as This valve is not a pressure reducing valve. It only designed for low hazard (irrigation systems are high hazard due to fertilizers, so it is not approved for lawn irrigation systems) back flow prevention. June 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I'm a pipefitter and this was priced less than any supply house. Worked great for the price paid. Typing more because text is too short! June 25, 2013
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