1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve Zoom

1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve

SKU:1-NR3XL

Brand: Zurn

Zurn
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Specs

Size: 1"
Outlet Type: Female NPT
Inlet Type: Union FNPT
Max Temp (F): 180°F
Max Inlet Pressure: 400 PSI
Pressure Range: 15 to 75 psi
Min Pressure (PSI): 15
Max Pressure (PSI): 75
Features: Lead Free

Description for Zurn 1-NR3XL

Designed for installation on potable water lines to reduce high inlet pressure to a lower outlet pressure. The integral strainer makes this device most suitable for residential and commercial water systems that require frequent cleaning of sediment and debris. The direct acting integral by-pass design prevents buildup of excessive system pressure caused by thermal expansion. The balance piston design enables the regulator to react in a smooth and responsive manner to changes in system flow demand, while at the same time, providing protection from inlet pressure changes.

Materials:

  • Main valve body: Cast bronze ASTM B 584, UNS C84400
  • Bell housing: UV resistant polymer composite
  • Internals: Stainless steel, 300 Series
  • Stem: Brass ASTM B 16
  • Elastomers: EPDM (FDA approved), Buna nitrile (FDA approved)
  • Cartridge: Delrin (NSF Listed)
  • Springs: Oil temp wire, ASTM A 229
  • Strainer screen: 300 Series Stainless Steel

Standards Compliance:
  • ASSE® Listed 1003
  • IAPMO® Listed
  • CSA® Certified

1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve

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Comments about 1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve:

Replacing NR3 model with this. Fit perfectly. Took only 10 minutes for the whole job. I'm satisfied with this order.

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  • 1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve

    Q:

    I have a Wilkins NR3 would like to know what the replacement water pressure regulator valve is
    Asked on 2/11/2016 by Frank the irrigator from Henderson, Nevada

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      A:

      The NR3XL would be the replacement series. The connection size was not specified but that would be the series that replaces the NR3.

      Answered on 2/12/2016 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
  • 1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve

    Q:

    is this model identical or compatible to Model BR 4 A Zurn Wilkins ?
    Asked on 10/31/2015 by Nick from Las Vegas Nv

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      A:

      Yes model NR3XL is the direct replacement for the older model BR4.

      Answered on 12/23/2015 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
  • 1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve

    Q:

    What is the range on this? We need 2.5-75.
    Asked on 7/15/2015 by Janice from United States

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      A:

      the PSI range is 15-75, I do not see any that will go that low.

      Answered on 7/16/2015 by Supplyhouse Staff from New York
  • 1" NR3 Water Pressure Reducing Valve

    Q:

    What is the pressure set for by the factory?
    How do you adjust the pressure to a higher one and is this advisable?
    Asked on 6/30/2014 by Chuck

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      A:

      This Pressure Reducing Valve is factory preset for 50 PSI. There is an adjustment bolt on the unit. Multiple installations are recommended for wide demand variations or where the desired pressure reduction is more than 4 to 1 (ie: 200 psi inlet reduced to 50 psi outlet). CAUTION: Anytime a reducing valve is adjusted, a pressure gauge must be used downstream to verifycorrect pressure setting. Do not bottom the adjustment bolt on bell housing.

      Answered on 7/2/2014 by SupplyHouse Staff from NY
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