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Zurn-Wilkins

Model 1-NR3XL

Internet #202642503

Store SKU #378289

1 in. No Lead Brass Water Pressure Reducing Valve

$88.08 /each

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The NR3 is the most versatile pressure reducing valve. Its cartridge loaded design with integral strainer allow for rapid cleaning and repair. Making the valve most suitable for residential and commercial applications that require minimal downtime for maintenance.

  • Pressure rated 400 psi
  • Spring range 15 to 75 psi
  • Factory set at 50 psi
  • All bronze body and composite bell housing

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how do you tell the size difference in the valves

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The pressure reducing valve ties into your main water line coming into your home, ideally just above the shut off valve.
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Which direction should I turn the bolt on top to decrease pressure??

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There is a "limiter" nut that is below the pressure bolt. Screw that nut as close to the bolt head as possible if you want 75psi,then turn the entire bolt head clockwise for more pressure, counterclockwise for less.
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How do you increase water pressure

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Turning the bolt head on the top of the dome will increase the pressure if turned one way and decrease the pressure if turned the other.
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do you have a repair kit for the 1" Water pressure reducing valve model # NR3XL

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I also have repair kit for the model 70 water pressure reducing valve. Can I use this repair kit for the model NR3XL?
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Zurn-Wilkins and their Customer Service department can be reached at 1-855-663-9876. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, this item is not available for replacement parts through The Home Depot. However, it may be beneficial to reach out to the manufacturer of the product. The manufacturer is Zurn-Wilkins and their Customer Service department can be reached at 1-855-663-9876. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does Not Meet Spec The problem with this valve is a pressure drop. According to spec provided by company, with 3 gpm, flow, pressure should not drop more than 2-3 PSI, in reality it drops 7-10 PSI. After speaking with Zurn-Wilkins customer service and Engineer, they confirmed, this valve for home installation has pressure drop above spec and above industry standard. See pictures. Zurn Engineer recommended 70XL model. July 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Replaced a 25 year old Watts R2 regulator on a California Bay Area Home. Configuration on my regulator was a union inlet and a MNPT on the outlet. The older Watts regulator union thread diameter is slightly different and did require replacing with the new supplied union. (I've seem this before; sometime in the past, the industry change the major diameter of the male threads). The length was very close to the older Watts and did not require cutting and soldering fittings. I was able to easily dig down less than a foot to the horizontal run of the supply line which allowed enough movement of the inlet connection to thread the regulator to the outlet leading into the house. I am a do-it -yourself-er and with decent plumbing skills and it took me about an hour. The only concern i had is the none metal cover for the pressure adjustment spring. Not sure how that is going to hold up in the years to come; thus the 4 out of 5 rating for quality and value. July 19, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Does Not Meet Spec Valve reduces pressures, but don't believe the specs for pressure drop. This valve generated an 18 psi pressure drop at just 3 gpm. Yes, the screen is free of debris. Replaced valve with at Watts LFN55B. Granted the Watts valve is bigger, but the pressure drop for this valve match the Watts spec sheet. October 24, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works well, especially replacing a same-size regulator My 30-year-old Wilkins Model 70 regulator was leaking a stream. Unlike the other 1" Wilkins valves at Home Depot, this one is the same length so it fit in without new piping, Also, the input copper pipe is a sweat fitting to the union; I was able to keep the existing union input and nut so I did not need to add a sweat-to-Male Pipe threaded fitting. I used silicone plumber's grease liberally so If I need to adjust something it is apt to come apart. For example, I needed to remove the adjustment bolt to screw the regulator onto the existing output pipe and coated the galvanized steel bolt before reinstalling it. I will note that the nut inside the housing is also galvanized (the bolt in my old valve worked but some threads were eroded), but the adjustment bolt locknut is stainless steel. Overall this regulator appears well made. I'll see how well the plastic (composite) outer housing lasts, but I hope essentially forever. August 3, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works and constructed well, but a bit pricey Worked well and installation was simple. It dropped right in place (replacing an older worn out Wilkins regulator. I measured the PSI after installation and it was set to 50 as described. April 28, 2012
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