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123LP

Low Water Pressure Regulator

OBSOLETE PRODUCT

Replacement Product: LF123LP

Size(s):

1/2 - 3/4 in. (15 - 20mm)

Description:

Series 123LP Low Water Pressure Regulators are used in residential and point-of-use applications to regulate water pressure in piping systems that require low pressure regulation. It consists of a bronze body construction with NPT threaded female inlet and outlet connections, stainless steel seat, stainless steel integral strainer, reinforced EPDM diaphragm, and EPDM valve disc. Series 123LP offers high performance, high flow capacity, and is serviceable in-line. Maximum Working Pressure: 200psi (13.8 bar), Adjustable Pressure Range: 10 to 30psi (69 to 207 kPa), Reduced Pressure Setting: 25psi (172.4 kPa).

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