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Model # 39223

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Sure-Vent 3 in. x 4 in. PVC Air Admittance Valve - 500 DFU

  • Air admittance valve design can hold up to pressure changes
  • Heavy-duty PVC frame is resilient, lightweight, and non-toxic
  • AAV vent prevents sewer gases from escaping into a building
$ 33 76

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Product Overview

  • Air admittance valve design can hold up to pressure changes
  • Heavy-duty PVC frame is resilient, lightweight, and non-toxic
  • AAV vent prevents sewer gases from escaping into a building
This Oatey PVC air admittance valve is sensitive to pressure changes and is able to consistently open and close. It features superior engineering and stringent quality standards to ensure a lifetime of unmatched performance. Use it as a secondary vent. This size is approved for an up to 4-in. vent pipe. The product is available in 6, 20, 160 and 500 DFU.
  • Complies to ASSE standard 1050 and 1051
  • For use as a secondary vent
  • 1 size approved to handle up to 4 in. vent pipe
  • Opens and closes as needed by building's plumbing system
  • IAPMO Listed
  • Closes through gravity

Product Overview

  • Air admittance valve design can hold up to pressure changes
  • Heavy-duty PVC frame is resilient, lightweight, and non-toxic
  • AAV vent prevents sewer gases from escaping into a building
Model #: 39223
Internet #: 204723375

This Oatey PVC air admittance valve is sensitive to pressure changes and is able to consistently open and close. It features superior engineering and stringent quality standards to ensure a lifetime of unmatched performance. Use it as a secondary vent. This size is approved for an up to 4-in. vent pipe. The product is available in 6, 20, 160 and 500 DFU.

  • Complies to ASSE standard 1050 and 1051
  • For use as a secondary vent
  • 1 size approved to handle up to 4 in. vent pipe
  • Opens and closes as needed by building's plumbing system
  • IAPMO Listed
  • Closes through gravity

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Ratings (12) (11) (1) (8)
Maximum Pressure (psi) 0 0 0 175
Compatible Pipe Material PVC PVC PVC Brass
Valve Type Air Admittance Air Admittance Air Admittance Air Admittance
Connection Screw on Screw on Male Pipe Thread Sweat x Sweat
Material PVC PVC PVC Brass
Application Rough-In valve Rough-In valve Non-Potable Water Non-Potable Water
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
1-1/2
Outlet Diameter (In.)
1-1/2
Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Length (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Application
Rough-In valve
Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Connection
Screw on
Features
Threaded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Material
PVC
Maximum Pressure (psi)
0
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
150
Product Weight (lb.)
.5lb
Returnable
180-Day
Valve Type
Air Admittance

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
1-1/2
Outlet Diameter (In.)
1-1/2
Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
3
Product Length (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Application
Rough-In valve
Compatible Pipe Material
PVC
Connection
Screw on
Features
Threaded
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Material
PVC
Maximum Pressure (psi)
0
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
150
Product Weight (lb.)
.5lb
Returnable
180-Day
Valve Type
Air Admittance

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Questions & Answers

how do i adapt this to 1 1/4 pvc in a manufactured home

how do i adapt this to 1 1/4 pvc in a manufactured home
Asked by: chuck
This unit comes with a 3 inch screw on adaptor. you will need probably several adapters to bring it down to 11/4, but it should work fine. I've also used a 2" unit that works fine when I installed it on my washing machine drain.
Answered by: Bodger
Date published: 2018-05-03

exterior vent stack

we have a vent stack that just plain stinks. all vented to code yet wow this will take your breath away. from a small office with only 3 employees . will this or is there some check valve that will limit this issue??? thank's for the help
Asked by: Tim
I used this vent valve and it seems to be working so far. It vents then seals after the sewer reaches a normal pressure.I installed it 10 feet above the drain system to vent in my utility room. No odor so far. I hope this helps.
Answered by: oldjohnsr
Date published: 2018-05-20

My Oatey Sure Vent was giving off sewer gas so I've removed it and ordered a replacement. Howeve...

My Oatey Sure Vent was giving off sewer gas so I've removed it and ordered a replacement. However that will take 7 days. How should I cover that vent area in the meantime? Can I use my toilet?
Asked by: cleardot
Duct tape would suffice.
Answered by: Oatey
Date published: 2020-03-09

I currently have a 160 DFU sure vent on a basement evacuation pump chamber. When I flush the toil...

I currently have a 160 DFU sure vent on a basement evacuation pump chamber. When I flush the toilet, it fills almost to the top, and drains very slowly into the evacuation chamber. If I remove the vent and flush, it goes down very quickly like the other toilets in the upstairs. To me this appears that there is not enough air being vented quickly. Would going up to a 500 DFU vent solve my problem, and vent enough air quickly? (Or is that not how it works?)
Asked by: Chuck
The use of AAVs on an ejector pump application must first be approved by the manufacture of the pump and the building officials within your jurisdiction. If approved by both entities, you must have the drain and vent sized and installed in a very specific configuration. The bathroom group or singular fixture draining into the pit must also be vented properly. The issue that you are describing is related to a venting issue that is common in incorrect venting methods. We would recommend that you reach out to your pump manufacture for details on how to size and install your drain and vent. The reason why the drain flows well when the AAV is removed is related to the release of positive pressure from the system. When an AAV is exposed to positive pressures, it remains closed and water flow is restricted.
Answered by: Oatey
Date published: 2019-12-10
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