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15

Water Hammer Arrestors

OBSOLETE PRODUCT

Replacement Product: 15M2

Size(s):

1/2 to 2 in. (15 to 50mm)

Description:

Series 15 Water Hammer Arrestors are used in commercial and industrial applications to control water pressure shock and prevent water hammer conditions. It consists of a copper body, EPDM seals and O-rings, brass piston and cap, and NPT threaded brass hex adapter. Optional 15AK adapters available. Series 15 is factory air charged and is not rechargeable. It can be installed in new or existing plumbing systems in concealed locations with a standard pipe tee in any angle. Series 15 is ideal for commercial dishwashers, clothes washers, and quick-closing faucets. ASSE and ANSI approved, PDI certified, and IAMPO listed. Maximum Working Pressure: 150psi (10.3 bar).

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