Model # 40613

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Webstone 3/4 in. IPS with Drain Ball Valve
0018394406131

Webstone

3/4 in. IPS with Drain Ball Valve

$17.63 /each

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Designed for residential, commercial or industrial use with water, oil or gas. This approved Webstone valve is actuated by a blowout proof stem and features and adjustable packing gland. Threaded ends comply with ANSI B1.20.1.

  • Eliminate assemblies needed to isolate & drain any portion of a piped system
  • Reversible handle for added versatility
  • Exclusive adjustable flow path allows for draining from either side of the ball
  • Thread Type: Female
  • Pressure Rating: 600 psi

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So I understand correctly, this takes the place of both the zone shutoff valve and the "bleeder" gate valve?

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So I understand correctly, this takes the place of both the zone shutoff valve and the "bleeder" gate valve? I have two gate valves on each zone: one to shut water off and one with a fitting for a hose to bleed air. Also, how can I tell the direction of water flow in the system to install these in the right directio?
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Although all hyrdonic heating systems are set up different. Typically on the return you have have a valve to shut off the flowand then above that a boiler drain (the little faucet with the hose connection) This is used to purge air. You close the return so that the air bubbles you are trying to remove don;t get by you. Then you open the boiler drain. Water comes through the system/zone from the feed Read More
Although all hyrdonic heating systems are set up different. Typically on the return you have have a valve to shut off the flowand then above that a boiler drain (the little faucet with the hose connection) This is used to purge air. You close the return so that the air bubbles you are trying to remove don;t get by you. Then you open the boiler drain. Water comes through the system/zone from the feed side. Water and air l exit via the boiler drain. You do this until all the air is removed. I have seen some good videos on U Tube that demonstrate this process. This product combines both valves into one, this saves the trades person time, money and makes for a simpler design. The easiest way to confirm the flow direction is to look at the circulation pump or the flow check valves. They usually have an arrow showing the direction of the flow. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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Would this valve work as both a shutoff and a way to bleed a outdoor faucet for the winter?

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This product is intended for use in a closed loop hydronic heating system. So it is NOT lead free and can NOT be used on potable water. However the same valve is made by Webstone from lead free brass and could be used for that application. The model number is the same but with a "W" at the end. 40613W If you have questions feel free to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
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Photo does not match description

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The photo shows no flange. Is the valve flanged or threaded?
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You are correct. Thank you for the heads up we will fix it today.
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Is this valve lead free?

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Is this valve lead free and good for potable water?
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No this valve is not for use with potable water. If is for use on a hydronic heating system only.
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