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Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers

SKU:81660530

Brand: Burnham

Burnham
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$15.15
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$145.50 / box (10 units x $14.55)
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Application: Heating
Accessory For: All Res. Steam Boilers

Description for Burnham 81660530

Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers

Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers

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5.0

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5.0

Perfect Fit

By Handson

from Akron, Ohio

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        Comments about Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers:

        The Safety Relief Valve was a perfect replacement part for my old steam boiler.

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        5.0

        15 PSI Burnham Steam Valve

        By Cam

        from Middleboro, MA

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              Comments about Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers:

              It was quite a hunt to find this valve. Most places carry a 30 PSI version, but not the 15 PSI. The valve is going to replace the original on my steam boiler which has lasted 12 years. This is the same brand, so maybe it will last as long. I love my steam radiators.

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              5.0

              GREAT PRODUCT - SERVICE - NICE PEOPLE

              By L & P G

              from SCRANTON, PA.

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              Comments about Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers:

              Great price quick shipping and just plain nice normal people to deal with.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              It works

              By Brian

              from Sudbury, MA

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              Comments about Safety Relief Valve, 15 PSI for All Res. Steam Boilers:

              How I use the product: Well, it's a pressure relief valve, so I screwed it into my boiler to replace the old one which leaked.
              What's great about it: It don't leak. Yet.
              What's not great about it: Nothing, yet. Call me back in 40 years, and if it still don't leak I'll be really impressed!

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                Q:

                I have a Series 2 (Model B) burnham gas boiler. The valve I took off was a 30 PSI. I replaced it with the 15 PSI and it is still leaking. Do you have any suggestions on what the problem is? From what I have read, the 15 PSI is the correct one.
                Asked on 12/18/2013 by Gary from United States

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                  A:

                  Installing a lower pressure will always keep the system leaking boiler
                  system working pressure is 12 to 15 PSI. Install a new 30 PSI PRV and
                  replace the expansion tank. the bladder is probably blown.
                  Gilbert Pond
                  Pond's Plumbing & Heating (Idaho)

                  Answered on 12/19/2013 by Anonymous
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                  Make sure it is installed in the correct orientation. I had a dripping one,  replaced it, still dripped. Looked at instructions and found it had to be vertical I believe, but was put in horizontal. Double check instructions for correct orientation and re-plumb if necessary.
                  Kevin Zaitz

                  Answered on 12/18/2013 by Anonymous
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