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Model #34-600XL

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3/4 in. x 3/4 in. Brass Pipe-Thread Water-Pressure Reducing Valve

  • Integrated by-pass function prevents extensive pressure buildup
  • High-grade brass structure is resistant to corrosion
  • Lead-free composition ensures non-toxicity and safety
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Product Overview

The 3/4" 600XL Pressure Reducing Valve handles sandy, debris-laden water systems for high-flow capacity in residential, commercial, and new construction applications. It meets compliance with universal plumbing code. The stainless steel strainer includes a standard 20 mesh configuration and separate-access cover for simplified cleaning, while the bronze threaded bell provides superior corrosion-resistance and speeds access to the internals – together, cutting labor time up to 50%. Internal components of the 600XL utilize a balanced design, providing accurate downstream pressure without consideration of the incoming pressure.
  • Fiber union gasket ensures fast installation
  • Durable construction ensures low maintenance and lifecycle costs
  • Inlet pressure changes with balanced design features to protect the system
  • Stainless steel strainer screen features single-cap removal
  • Threaded bell provides easier access than bolted on bells
  • Low-lead law compliant
  • ASSE® Listed 1003
  • IAPMO® Listed
  • City of Los Angeles Approved
  • Meets the requirements of NSF/ANSI 61
  • California residents

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BrandZurnZurnWattsZurn
Name3/4 in. Brass FPT Water Pressure Reducing Valve3/4 in. x 3/4 in. Brass Pipe-Thread Water-Pressure Reducing Valve1 in. Lead-Free Brass FPT x FPT Water Pressure Reducing Valve3/4 in. Bonze Pressure Reducing Valve
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Ratings
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ConnectionFIPFIP x FIPFIP x FIPSweat
ApplicationPotable WaterNon-Potable Water,Potable WaterPotable WaterPotable Water
Compatible Pipe MaterialBrassCopperMulti-PurposeMulti-Purpose
Maximum Pressure (psi)400300300300
MaterialBrassBronzeCopperBronze
Maximum Working Temperature (F)140140160140
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoorIndoor,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 in
Product Length (in.)
5.5
Product Width (in.)
2.8

Details

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

Warranty / Certifications

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

Questions & Answers

6Questions8Answers

Can i use for boiler system

Asked by Nickk January 5, 2020
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Will this model be an exact dimensional replacement for a Watts LFN55 BM1? It looks like it mig...

Asked by Dee February 26, 2019
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Answer

I do not know about the Watts LFN55BM1, but the Zurn-Wilkins Model # 34-600XL4.4211(19) 3/4 in. x 3/4 in. Brass Pipe-Thread Water-Pressure Reducing Valve Dimensions are exactly: Inlet Diameter (In.) 3/4 Outlet Diameter (In.) 3/4 Product Depth (in.) 5.75 Product Height (in.) 3 Product Length (in.) 5.8 Product Width (in.) 5.5

To reduce the outflow pressure of the the Zurn-Wilkins Water Pressure Reducing Valve 600 series d...

Asked by Andy February 14, 2017
1
Answer

TURN COUNTER-CLOCK WISE (LOOSEN) TO REDUCE PRESSURE AND CLOCKWISE (TIGHTEN) TO INCREASE. BE CAREFUL NOT TO OVER TIGHTEN BOLT OR YOU CAN DAMAGE THE VALVE

Can this be installed in a vertical position?

Asked by Johnd January 24, 2017
2
Answers

why YES!!!

Can you adjust water pressure with this valve?

Asked by Joey November 12, 2016
3
Answers

that is what they dooooo.....Not to exceed 60psi....install pressure gauge on output side...

Which Zurn-Wilkins model to purchase?

Asked by Charlie October 7, 2015
1
Answer

find another manufacture.....too much heat will cause improper sealing on the sweating but MUST clean surfaces very well & USE FLUX! Pipe threads are standardized...NPT....

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 37 reviews
  • 83% recommend this product
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Easy install, good pressure and flow
Did realize how bad my existing valve was. Just finished install and better performing than my old one. Was concerned because a few other reviews said they had one fail... I'll update if mine does... But out of the box... happy I finally replaced my old one.
by Scott
Pretty easy to install not being a plumber. BUT, you must have play in the pipes because you have...
Pretty easy to install not being a plumber. BUT, you must have play in the pipes because you have to put the washer in between the inlet and the inlet seat properly or it will not seal. Mine is wide open against an unfinished wall. I had to loosen the nail in horizontal feed pipe strap above so I could push up on the vertical pipe the outlet was attached to (make sure you always re-tighten or it could vibrate, even silently and cause damage over time. My uncle was a plumber). You may need a plumber If the space it too tight and you cannot get it to give a enough. It's worth the money not destroying things you may not know how to fix. MAKE sure to use the white plumbers tape for the outlet and the seat (the round brass fitting the inlet sits on), for the inlet at the bottom if you do it yourself. I like the fact that the closed pressure is about 50 PSI and when I opened the faucets, etc. it stayed at a stable 40 PSI so there isn't lots of variance. The old one was all over the place and whined constantly, no more of that. I set mine to 53 PSI because of distance and number of outlets in the house. The output is from 40 PSI lots of water running to 43 PSI one faucet on which is safe enough for the appliances. It's worth the money if you can do it yourself.
by DCE
The cheapest is not always the most affordable.
Regulator installed easy on the first shot with with no leaks or leak-by. I was hesitant about the cheaper models with performance and leak issues according to reviews. This one is rebuildable and includes a removable strainer. Upon taking all of the regulators out of their boxes at the store, the overall quality looked better on this model than the others on the shelf. This also has a union on one end and uses female pipe threads which makes future removal and re-install easy.
by WannabeHandy
11 people found this helpful
Old plastic one failed this worked great...
Old plastic one failed this worked great
by HomeDepotCustomer
Works like a charm, replaced an identical one that was pushing 30 years old. That was still work...
Works like a charm, replaced an identical one that was pushing 30 years old. That was still working, but I needed to replace the meter assembly, and it didn't make sense to leave the old one.
by Mainstreet808
perfect match,and works excellent....
perfect match,and works excellent.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Easy to install if replacing existing unit in a easy...
Easy to install if replacing existing unit in a easy access space. Simple to set pressure as well (with use of a pressure gage).
by Flow
Worked like a charm. Went with the all metal version...
Worked like a charm. Went with the all metal version for durability.
by PatrickD
Failed within 1 year
I feel bad writing such a negative review. It took me a while to determine why my water heater pressure relief value kept triggering at 150 psi. After taking countless pressure readings, with the water heater turned off and on, I believe that I was able to narrow this issue down to a faulty pressure regulator. The issue was not the expansion tank. I noticed the pressure would creep up with the water heater turned off. For example, the house pressure would be set at 40 psi, then creep up intermittently to say 60 psi, then increase further when the water heater turned on. Unfortunately I do not know the incoming pressure from the City. I can only assume that it's higher, say anywhere from 80 to 120 psi. I believe what was happening is the expansion tank would fill up prematurely due to the higher that expected water pressure. This would render the expansion tank useless when the water heater turned on later. Just a theory. I replaced this Zurn with a Watts and the pressure now holds steady at 50 psi (when water is turned off of course). Also, the pressure barely increases (less than 5 psi rise) when the water heater turns on. I believe the expansion tank helps to limit the pressure rise when the water heater is on. I took the Zurn apart in an attempt to understand what could have gone wrong. After understanding how it works, I felt that the stem O ring may have been loose enough to allow for higher pressure water to leak just beneath the diaphragm and thus cause the house pressure to creep up. That's not good. When this happens, yes, the diaphragm shuts the valve even more so which is good. However, water is still leaking between the stem and O ring causing the house pressure to increase. Note I use the word "felt" because this assessment or conclusion may be completely wrong. While I am disappointed with Zurn and would expect a pressure regulator to last more than 1 year I am just happy that this is now fixed!
by Jason
1 person found this helpful
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