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BrassCraft

Model R19X C1

Internet #202047062

Store SKU #391236

1/2 in. Nominal Sweat Inlet x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Outlet Multi-Turn Angle Valve

$7.29 /each

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BrassCraft 1/2 in. Nominal Sweat Inlet x 3/8 in. O.D. Compression Outlet Multi-Turn Angle Valve controls water flow to household plumbing fixtures - faucets, toilets, dishwashers, icemakers, washing machines, etc. The angle valve is most often used where the water pipe enters the room from the floor. With a few turns of the valve handle, you are able to stop the flow of water leading to the plumbing fixture, allowing for maintenance and repair without turning off water to the entire home.

  • Compatible with copper
  • Machined, 1-piece body construction for strength, durability and long-lasting performance
  • Multi-turn operation means water flow control with only a few turns of the key
  • Chrome-plated brass
  • Temperature rating: 40° to 140°F
  • Pressure rating: 125 psi maximum
  • No-lead certified
  • IAPMO and CSA listed to ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125.1

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Can the guts be removed completely for sweating?

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March 16, 2015
A reviewer mentioned loosening the packing nut during installation, but I would completely remove guts--packing nut and handle--to protect gaskets from torch heat, if possible.
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March 17, 2015
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WaterMan,
Thank you for your question. Indeed, you can remove the guts of this BrassCraft valve for sweating. But it is not required for installation. You can sweat the valve with it on the open position. Please also note that the bonnet nut should only be tightened enough not to leak. If over- tightened, the valve handle will be difficult to turn.
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Thank you for your question. Indeed, you can remove the guts of this BrassCraft valve for sweating. But it is not required for installation. You can sweat the valve with it on the open position. Please also note that the bonnet nut should only be tightened enough not to leak. If over- tightened, the valve handle will be difficult to turn.
If you have any other questions about BrassCraft valves, please do not hesitate to contact our product Experts toll free at 877-272-7755
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Valve works perfect- review by an actual contractor I have installed hundreds of these. Never had a bad one. I normally take the guts out before soldering. I think the reviewer that said they leak isn't a professional. I get these cheaper from a plumbing supply store online though. No bargain from Home Depot honestly. February 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nothing wrong with this valve..... In soldering any valve one must use caution as to apply only the amount of heat required to cause the solder to fill the joint. Furthermore you need to concentrate the heat to the joint area and try to keep the heat low around the body of the valve. With today's lower temperature solders there is no reason to damage this valve. If you are worried about burning the washer simply remove the stem by backing off the packing nut and turning the valve handle counter clock wise until it comes out of the body. Solder it, wait till it cools and replace it. Turn the water on and BAM! It worked. I'm installing this in my bathroom today and expect no problems what so ever. It ain't Rocket Science. Really. March 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by all metal A good solid faucet thats all metal unlike at least one of the other ones that's in stock that has plastic down the center shaft. January 24, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by valves leak by Bought 3 of these installed then according to the directions, leaving the valve open while installing and not closing it until it is cool, and all 3 of them leak by after turning the water back on. They'll provide you only 99% shut-off, so you better have a bucket handy if you need to do any plumbing work. January 29, 2012
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