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3/4 in. Brass FPT Water Pressure Reducing Valve

  • High-grade brass structure is resistant to corrosion
  • Lead-free composition ensures non-toxicity and safety
  • Threaded outlet ensures a stable attachment with no leakage
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Product Overview

The 3/4" NR3XL Pressure Reducing Valve is ideal for residential applications that require frequent cleaning of sediment and debris. The stainless steel strainer screen catches debris without buildup to protect your plumbing system, while the cartridge design ensures easy repairs. The NR3XL features a corrosion-resistant, threaded bell construction for rapid access to internals, and lowers lifetime costs through its water-conserving design. Meeting code and jobsite requirements, this popular Pressure Reducing Valve is used for landscaping, residential single-family, multifamily, public entrances, and more. protection from inlet pressure changes.
  • Short lay length and compact design installs in tight spaces
  • Cartridge-loaded design simplifies repairs
  • Time- and labor-saving tailpiece options include threaded, PEX, copper sweat and CPVC
  • Quality integral stainless steel strainer screen holds up over time
  • Highly durable, threaded bell resists corrosion and provides easy access to cartridge internals
  • ASSE® Listed 1003
  • IAPMO® Listed
  • CSA® Certified
  • Meets the requirements of NSF/ANSI 61
  • California residents

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ConnectionFIPFIP x FIPFIPFIP x FIP
ApplicationPotable WaterPotable WaterPotable WaterPotable Water
Compatible Pipe MaterialBrassBrassMulti-PurposeMulti-Purpose
Maximum Pressure (psi)400400300300
MaterialBrassCopperBronzeBrass
Maximum Working Temperature (F)140180140160
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,Outdoor
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Specifications

Dimensions

Inlet Diameter (In.)
3/4
Outlet Diameter (In.)
3/4
Product Depth (in.)
5.5
Product Height (in.)
5.5
Product Length (in.)
5.5 in
Product Width (in.)
2.8 in

Details

Application
Potable Water
Compatible Pipe Material
Brass
Connection
FIP
Features
Lead Free
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Material
Brass
Maximum Pressure (psi)
400
Maximum Working Temperature (F)
140
Pack Size
1
Product Weight (lb.)
2 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Valve Type
Pressure Regulating

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
All goods sold hereunder are warranted to be free from defects in material and factory workmanship for a period of one year from date of purchase.

Questions & Answers

7Questions16Answers

How can I get it faster I did not see a way to get it faster so how ?

Asked by endall December 11, 2020
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Answer

Depending on where you are located, you can check other retailers or online.

how high can i set regulated pressure? i need 60-80psi

Asked by Don October 15, 2019
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Answers

Mine was set for 80 psi when we bought the house in 2015, I set it back to 60. Yesterday (4/6/21) I noticed pressure was high, put gage on hose bibb, it read 100 and I adjusted regulator down to 80, then to 60, with another hose bibb flowing to relieve pressure.

Is there a repair kit available for this water regulator?

Asked by andy October 8, 2019
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Answers

There is but it is hard to find and costs more than replacing with a new PRV. Part # RK34-NR3XL

how big of a wrench will I need the install this valve?

Asked by Dee July 21, 2019
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Answers

A 12" pipe wrench did the job nicely. I used a mallet for the first movement of the unions and then fingers the rest of the way. I replaced a model 70 and had to pull the pipe together by 5/8” or so. Fingers didn’t do the job of pulling in.

Currently at home I have a failed Watts brand. Will this regular fit as replacement into the male...

Asked by vi December 10, 2018
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My limited experience is that Watts and Wilkins/Zurn threads are about half a thread per inch different. I had both brands on hand and threaded respective union nuts on, one fit fine, one seized up in a couple of turns. Then I found out new Watts PRV uses O-ring instead of gasket washer. Still had to sweat/solder!

I can only get 28 pounds even with 150 pounds inlet pressure. i replaced the insides of it with ...

Asked by CHUCK September 23, 2018
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Answers

You need to replace the regulator, replacing the internal parts only works sometimes... The price difference is minimal.

Should teflon tape be used on the connectors?

Asked by SUSAN June 16, 2018
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On the NPT connection, most definitely. I prefer paste sealant containing Teflon, sparingly applied so no excess squeezes out and gets loosened by water flow and clogs part of PRV screen. If union insert is NPT (instead of sweat/solder), use sealant (or tape). On the Union threads I like to apply paste sealant to prevent corrosion on threads. It might make it easier for the next guy/gal who has to break union connection. It might be you!

Customer Reviews

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The information on website is incorrect. Listed as being able to handle 180° temperature. After ...
The information on website is incorrect. Listed as being able to handle 180° temperature. After I Purchased the valve I found it handles only 140° temperature. They need to correct information on the website. I was on able to use the valve because I have a temperature of 160°.
by Canoeboat
1 person found this helpful
It worked great the home had 115 psi. before I installed it I set it at 60 psi. and homeowner was...
It worked great the home had 115 psi. before I installed it I set it at 60 psi. and homeowner was very happy with it . The old one was the original to the house -house was built in 1973
by 805Plumbing
PLEASANT SURPRISE!!
Fit like a glove for my application. Easy to install. Fixed my problem. My old one I replaced, the screen inside was clogged. We have very hard water where we live. Works like a charm. Has FPT on both ends with or without the union. Stock photo shows 2 unions but it came with only one which worked fine for me. I included some photos which may help others.
by Timewarpone
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by Mark
Perfect fit for the project....
Perfect fit for the project.
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by ENDRA
Zurn Wilkins 3/4" FPT Water Pressure Reducing Valve UPC 612052068480 Model 34-NR3XL
Pro: Easy to install Easy to adjust Does what it is supposed to do, for a while. Cons: Only 1 O-Ring included Purchased 16 May 2018 (I have Receipt) Leaking 16 Aug 2020 Warranty 1 yr Home Depot referred me to Zurn as Store return period expired, understandable. Called Zurn Monday 17 Aug 2020 - (805) 238-7100 Spoke with Anelli (Customer Rep) No help as 1 yr had passed. She did offer to tell me where to buy a repair kit as her experience and my problem description warranted a diaphragm replacement, I suspected the "...built in bypass..." . I had already done my research as it started leaking on a weekend. Per online help files, I took off the plastic Bell cap, removed the diaphram/screen assembly, inspected them and mating surfaces, no noticeable tear/defects or debris. Flushed unit and water line anyway, relubed o-rings and reinstalled. Leak persisted, tried to adjust valve, no dice, stayed at 81 psi throughout travel of adjustment bolt. New valve today about $63, repair kit about $60. I asked if I could just get a diaphragm assembly. Response - Not available that way, no further offer of manufacturer help. Not Anelli's fault, I told her, but also stated bad company policy to make a product that should last many years, last one leaked after 25 years this one about 27 months, warranty for 1 year, sell a repair kit that costs just a few dollars less than the entire valve. No, I would not recommend this manufacturer, buyer beware. It would be interesting to see how many 5 Star reviews have changed since initial install.
by Raven77
1 person found this helpful
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