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1 in. Brass Water Pressure-Reducing Double-Union FNPT Valve

  • Brass construction resists corrosion
  • Provided quarter-turn valve reduces water pressure
  • Ideal for potable drinking water systems
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Product Overview

The 1 in. 70XLDU Pressure Reducing Valve comes with a double union FNPT connection. A contractor favorite, it provides a variety of residential and commercial customers with extreme stability, ruggedness, and ease of repair for more than 40 years. The 70XL features single union or double union connections, a cast bronze body and bell with stainless steel components, a 20-mesh strainer screen, and a unitized replaceable cartridge which reduces labor costs and time for required cleaning and maintenance. By installing the 70XL, you will conserve water and energy while protecting your water system, complying with plumbing codes, and ensuring ultimate safety.
  • Widest range of end connections provide easy installation
  • Cartridge design reduces labor costs and time
  • Conserves water and energy
  • Lead-free bronze and composite construction offers corrosion-resistance
  • Trusted contractor favorite for more than 40 years
  • ASSE Listed 1003
  • IAPMO Listed
  • CSA Certified
  • City of Los Angeles Approved
  • Meets the requirements of NSF/ANSI 61
  • California residents

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Ratings
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ConnectionFIPFemale Pipe ThreadFIP x FIPFIP x FIP
ApplicationPotable WaterNon-Potable Water,Potable WaterPotable WaterPotable Water
Compatible Pipe MaterialBrassBrassMulti-PurposeMulti-Purpose
Maximum Pressure (psi)400300300300
MaterialBrassBrassBrassCopper
Maximum Working Temperature (F)140140160160
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
1
Outlet Diameter (In.)
1
Product Depth (in.)
6.4 in
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Length (in.)
6.4 in
Product Width (in.)
3.3

Details

Application
Non-Potable Water,Potable Water
Compatible Pipe Material
Brass
Connection
Female Pipe Thread
Features
Lead Free
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Material
Brass
Maximum Pressure (psi)
300
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
140
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
4.12 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Valve Type
Pressure Regulating

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1-Year Warranty

Questions & Answers

7Questions21Answers

I have a Braukmann D05. will this fit in the same place?

Asked by Mike December 8, 2020
1
Answer

If your Braukmann D05 has this measurement, it will work. 4-58” (1” pipe).

Is this the same as a Wilkin's 1" model 70?

Asked by Susan March 17, 2020
2
Answers

yes. Double union

my valve is a Wilkins 1"BR4 double union (threads on both ends). Will this valve work???

Asked by BobR August 5, 2019
2
Answers

Yes. This is the right one

What is the outlet pressure range?

Asked by Richard September 11, 2018
7
Answers

I just had one installed and when I put on a pressure gauge at a couple different locations in the house, it was showing 65 psi. So I quickly lowered it to about 47 which still seemed to be enough pressure at the far end of the house on both levels. Being a 30 year old house, I figured having it slightly lower would be better for the pipes.

How to adjust leaky valve

Asked by Curt August 2, 2018
2
Answers

If the leak is from the bell assembly, it can be removed and visually inspect for a broken damaged gasket,washer etc. Challenge may be finding the correct repair part. If from visual inspection all parts look good, replacing the entire valve is cost effective. Ensure both the end joints are replaced too.

Will this work with pex pipes?

Asked by Ak June 25, 2018
2
Answers

Yes, but need adapters - the brass unions are threaded.

Is it lead free?

Asked by JerryPasadena November 22, 2015
5
Answers

"XL" means Lead Free.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 75 reviews
  • 89% recommend this product
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Easy-peasy install. perrect replacement for Model 70
Had my 5yr old regulator go bad causing water pressure to exceed 140psi. Fortunately, this replacement was easily available without changing any fittings. Simply unscrew old one and insert new one. New pressure was forty five psi but I bumped it up to seventy for a bit more pressure
by Mngtcon
Worked perfect. Great price. Took around 5 min to swap it out including pressure testing.
Worked perfect. Great price. Took around 5 min to swap it out including pressure testing.
by MisterJ
1 person found this helpful
Replaced my failed Wilken model 70 with this and it fit perfect. 10 minutes to remove the old one...
Replaced my failed Wilken model 70 with this and it fit perfect. 10 minutes to remove the old one and thread this Zurn right in place. It read 80psi out of the box all the parts were there. New unopened.
by Rick
1 person found this helpful
This PRV matched our 10 year old one that had failed. It was an exact match and was very easy to...
This PRV matched our 10 year old one that had failed. It was an exact match and was very easy to install and adjust to the appropriate pressure.
by Charles
Easy to Install No pronblems!
I had a water hammer problem that arrestors didn't fix. Guy who owned the house before me had it repiped without installing a pressure regulator so I installed this one into my 1" main. I used Sharkbite push on fittings and it took 20 minutes to do the job. Turned the pressure down to 60 psi from 85 psi & no more hammer problems. If you use the Sharbite fittings be sure to go to their website to get the correct depth of the fitting before you start cutting your pipe. Yes I know the shutoffs should be before the regulator but there wasn't enough space for another shutoff without rerouting pipes. that being said I can easily take the Sharkbites off and reroute when I feel like it. Love those fittings!
by SS55
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Excellent product...replaced my old pressure regulator with this identical one...
Excellent product...replaced my old pressure regulator with this identical one from Home Depot.
by Jimmy
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