3/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator Zoom

3/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator

SKU:PV075S

Brand: Honeywell-Sparco

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Max Pressure (PSI): 125 psi
Application: Heating
Connection Type: Sweat
Size: 3/4"
Material: Bronze
Max Temp (F): 240°F
Capacity: 13 Cv
Dimensions: 6-29/32" H x 2-11/16" W
Diameter:
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1-13/16" Max

Description for Honeywell-Sparco PV075S

Conventional automatic air vents installed in Hydronic heating systems can leak and cause inefficient system operation. To effectively eliminate air from the system without bleeding, air bubbles ned to be vented. The NEW Honeywell SuperVent purges air through a no clog vent assembly that controls dirt and debris to minimize air vent fouling.

Features

  • No clog vent.
  • Dirt and Debris resistant.
  • 360 degree adjustable collar ring for installation flexibility.
  • Stainless steel concentrator which eliminates gurgling noise.
  • Bronze body for rigid construction.
  • Threaded connections.


Specifications
  • Description: 3/4 in. Sweat SuperVent with 13 Cv capacity
  • Application: Residential or Commercial closed loop hydronic heating or chilled water systems
  • Connection Type: Sweat
  • Connection Size: 3/4 in. bottom inlet
  • Pipe Size: 3/4 in.
  • Maximum Safe Operating Pressure (psi): 125 psi
  • Maximum Operating Temperature (F): 240 F
  • Dimensions: 6-29/32 in. high x 2-11/16 in. wide
  • Maximum Diameter: 1-13/16 in.
  • Materials: Bronze

3/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator

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5.0

Great long term solution

By Rackie

from Upstate NY

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        Comments about 1-1/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator:

        We had to replace a Spirovent. The Spirovent was clogged and no longer was allowing air to pass through. With that being the issue we went with the super vent so we can replace the parts if we run in to any issues with our hard water in the future. Thus far all is well working for about 30 days. Releasing air as expected.

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        5.0

        These are great vents.

        By Big Will

        from San Fransisco bay area

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              Comments about 1" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator:

              We use these vents a lot. They are very reliable and easy to clean. One of the best parts is the easy to replace float assembally. If gunk builds up in the needle valve you can get a new top with the float and valve from Pex supply and replace it in minuts.

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              5.0

              Excellent Parts&Service@a fair price

              By Home owner ECM

              from Mac, Oregon

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                    Comments about 3/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator:

                    I believe this product was the better choice for the application. The information I needed to make a dicision was complete and accurate on this site. Thanks to Pex-Supply

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                    5.0

                    top of the line micro air vent

                    By Plumberman63

                    from Indiana

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                          Comments about 1" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator:

                          I have used other brands and this one is more reliable and comes apart to clean. only Brand I use.

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                          • 1" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator

                            Q:

                            Is a Supervent Air Eliminator necessary for systems with closed type expansion tanks? Is there any downsize to having an air eliminator with such a tank?
                            Asked on 1/21/2012 by Paintguy from Cleveland, Ohio

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                              A:

                              You should use an air eliminator in all closed-systems, even those with diaphragm-style expansion tanks. There would be no downside, but keep in mind that you have several different options for air eliminators.

                              Answered on 1/23/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                              You need an air eliminator to remove the oxygen, which is entrained in water, from the circulating water in the system. All cast iron part (flanges, pumps, heat exchangers, etc.) will be destroyed in an O2 environment (rust). Also, the hotter the water temp.- the better the air eliminator works. So it should be mounted on the hot supply side of the boiler.

                              Answered on 3/29/2012 by Homer from Nevada
                          • 1" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator

                            Q:

                            Do you need to install an expansion below the air eliminator as I have a conventional expansion tank in the system? and if so why?
                            Asked on 1/16/2012 by Anonymous

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                              A:

                              The air eliminator does not have to go directly on top of the expansion tank, but it is usually a good idea to install them close together at the "point of no pressure change."

                              Answered on 1/16/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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                              The expansion tank is the "point of no pressure change". It should be connected to the system 12 pipe diameters minimum away from the inlet of the pump. The air eliminator should be on the hottest water(boiler supply side) to work most effectively.

                              Answered on 3/23/2012 by Homer from Nevada
                          • 1-1/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator

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                            Can i attach the expansion tank to the supervent air eliminator? or the air scoop. I have both.
                            Asked on 3/2/2011 by tom from alexandria va 22309

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                              You can connect the expansion tank to either one.

                              Answered on 3/4/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
                          • 3/4" Sweat Supervent Air Eliminator

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                            Just want to verify, on the 'Sweat' version the bottom inlet is still threaded, correct?
                            Asked on 10/11/2010 by DIY Scot from Seattle

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