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Zone Valve with isolation valve

Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
are all able to be left in place and replacing the power head with no leaks no errors.. to adjust the valves you can manually open them like a television dial ,always turn it the same direction...


  • Gary
    Gary Member Posts: 29
    Zone Valve with isolation valve

    Who makes zone valves with built in isolation valves .
  • J.C.A._3
    J.C.A._3 Member Posts: 2,981

    YOU do ...if that's what you need.

    Isolation valves are not ususally put into a system with zone valves because they (according to most folks..) seldom fail, and if they do...only need to have the "head" replaced.

    Me, Im with you and install a ball valve on either side of a zone valve. If it needs to be replaced in the middle of the night, the 40 extra spent on initial install will save the homeowner at least an hour of service time to repair on a service call. This is JMHO, but I think it's a good one. Chris
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