The Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles ReStore sells new and gently used home goods, antiques, building materials, and other products to fit your needs. All proceeds from our sales are used to help build strength, stability, and shelter in local communities- a good deal for you, your community, and the environment. Zurn Wilkins Model 600XL Bronze 1-1/2-in Fnpt Pressure Reducing Valve.
The 1-1/2 600XLHR pressure reducing valve handles sandy, debris-laden water systems for high-flow capacity in residential, commercial, and new construction applications. It includes a spring range of 75 psi to 125 psi, factory set at 85 psi. It meets compliance with universal plumbing code. The stainless-steel strainer includes a standard 20 mesh configuration and separate-access cover for simplified cleaning, while the bronze threaded bell provides superior corrosion-resistance and speeds access to the internals - together, cutting labor time up to 50%. Internal components of the 600XL utilize a balanced design, providing accurate downstream pressure without consideration of the incoming pressure.Fiber union gasket ensures fast installation. Durable construction ensures low maintenance and lifecycle costs. Inlet pressure changes with balanced design features to protect the system. Stainless steel strainer screen features single-cap removal. Threaded bell provides easier access than bolted on bells. We do offer more expedited services at a cost. The Habitat LA ReStores are nonprofit, home-improvement thrift stores and donation centers that sell new and gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price. Funds generated from the sale of these items will help support Habitat for Humanity's mission to provide decent and affordable housing for hardworking families in local communities and around the world. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. When you support your local ReStore by shopping, donating or volunteering, you are not only supporting your local community AND keeping items out of the landfill, but also helping the mission to provide decent shelter to everyone around the world.