Controlling the pressure of potable water

Honeywell, pressure reducing valve

Honeywell’s D15S pressure-reducing valve maintains a stable pressure to protect pipes, valves and other devices in potable-water-systems against damage from too high a pressure and pressure surges. These valves are available in three sizes (65, 80 and 100 mm), and one pressure-control cartridge fits all three.

Applications include industrial buildings, multi-dwelling housing, office buildings, hotels and schools.

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