Internet #205617998

Model #EBCV100NL

Store SKU #1001096531

1 in. Brass Check Valve

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Price:
$1798

Product Overview

This check valve keeps prime in jet, submersible and centrifugal pump systems. When a pump shuts off, the check valve closes preventing the water from back-flowing. Long lasting, spring-loaded check valves are manufactured with high-quality brass. Features include poppet with Buna-N O-ring, stem guide and wide channel for maximum flow. Rated at 200 psi.
  • Keeps prime in jet, submersible and centrifugal pump systems
  • 1 in. x 1 in. female NPT
  • Prevents backflow in well or irrigation systems
  • Features a poppet with buna-N O-ring, stem guide and wide channel for maximum flow
  • Can be used vertically or horizontally
  • Solid brass design meets federal low lead regulations
  • Maximum working pressure is 200 psi
  • Spring loaded
  • California residents

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.75
Product Height (in.)
3.2
Product Width (in.)
1.7

Details

Brand Compatibility
Compatible with all models
Fitting Sizes
1"
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
.9
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

7Questions23Answers

Can this valve be used with air?

Asked by Tman January 3, 2021
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Answer

Yes, but you need to remain below the PSI limits.

Is this threaded on both ends?

Asked by TubMaster August 6, 2020
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Yes.

can I use this in place of a swing check valve on a ram pump ..

Asked by wikker July 19, 2020
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No it would not work for the slam close check valve as it needs to remain open a second or so to gain the momentum to slam closed creating the shock that builds the water pressure. It would work for holding the line pressure after the slam close valve.

What is the cracking pressure?

Asked by Robert February 1, 2019
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For the valve to open it takes 1 psi. For the casing to crack or break, the valve is rated at 200psi so anything above that.

Hi. Does this valve meet IAPMO IGC 312-2014? Thanks

Asked by LJ August 30, 2017
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Only the manufacturer of this check valve is qualified to answer your question. Standard (IAPMO IGC 312-2014) covers gate, globe, angle, and check valves in sizes NPS-1/8 to NPS-4, with minimum rated working pressures of 860 kPa (125 psi) at 23 ºC (73ºF), intended for use in water supply and distribution systems and specifies requirements for materials, physical characteristics, performance testing, and markings.

Can this be placed at the inlet to the tank manifold on my submersible system so I don't have to pull my 100' deep pump?

Asked by Hoping May 24, 2016
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As long as you don't have any air leaks in your well pipe, it should work holding the pressure from escaping through a bad foot valve.

Where is the valve installed exactly, at the pump inlet or outlet?

Asked by HM May 15, 2016
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If you're using your pump as a booster pump, then yes, you would put the check valve before the pump. If the pump is being used to draw water and then pressurizing a system, like drawing from a well or standing water, then it would go in after the pump.

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I used 3 of these on my deep well pump...
I used 3 of these on my deep well pump 3 hundred feet working great!
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by KALIL
Easy to install, and works as reparted....
Easy to install, and works as reparted.
by cutback2
Solid brass check valve. Good value.
Solid brass check valve. Good value.
by Jeffleav
Easy to install. It works like it was designed to....
Easy to install. It works like it was designed to. No leaks.
by Bob
I do a lot of well service and each and every (shallow) well pump requires a check valve like thi...
I do a lot of well service and each and every (shallow) well pump requires a check valve like this to avoid losing pump prime and help maintain water pressure beyond the well pump. This is the ideal check valve for shallow well pumps typically located with a home or cabin. Whenever I replace shallow well components, the system gets a new check valve like this one. I call this cheap insurance on jobs where I've had to replace a combination of components in a pump system. It should be noted in most cases where there's a failure of this and/or other components, is most often due to a deep freeze where these components either weren't properly protected or winterized. Otherwise, this is a most reliable check valve. In ground (jet) pumps also require a check valve and some use this same valve. However with many deep shaft type wells, will use a built in check valve and don't require this valve. This valve can also be used in some irrigation systems.
by Jerry
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Works much better that plastic valve. Seals perfectly!...
Works much better that plastic valve. Seals perfectly!
by BimR
Great products...
Great products
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