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Pressure regulator

Paul_28
Paul_28 Member Posts: 113
The best Pressure Regulator to reduce street pressure.

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  • oil-2-4-6-gas
    oil-2-4-6-gas Member Posts: 641


    Watts
  • Paul_28
    Paul_28 Member Posts: 113
    So many

    There are so many Watts regulators, which one to choose
  • Bill Nye_2
    Bill Nye_2 Member Posts: 538
    I like

    the honeywell - Braukman one. I think the watts # is a U-5-B
  • Jim Bennett
    Jim Bennett Member Posts: 607
    Watts

    For residential applications I use Watts 25AUB-Z3 regulator. Has a built in by-pass to allow for water heater thermal expansion. http://www.wattsreg.com/default.htm

    (anyone know how to make web addresses show up as links?)

    Jim
    Jim Bennett
  • Murph'_5
    Murph'_5 Member Posts: 349
    Courtesy of Alan M & Glenn Harrison

    Jim, it's done by using HTML Code. The code is just below for you to view. If you would like to turn it into a link just put a space between the a & href and put one of these < before the a and this < /a > after your company here
    ahref="http://www.climatecadvanced.com">The Name of your company here

    Once you put the space it should look like this

    The Name of your company here

    You could do this where you store your personal settings or just type it when you wish to use it.

    Is it spring yet? Man has this been some winter!

    Your friend in the industry,

    Alan R. Mercurio

    Oil Tech Talk



    In case you can't follow Alan's post, here's the HTML command, a little bit clearer I hope ...

    Link to Heatinghelp.com

    Which will end up looking like this ...

    Link to Heatinghelp.com

    ... in the finished product.

    Obviously, change the document reference to your own web page instead of www.heatinghelp.com, and the text which says "Link to Heatinghelp.com" could be any other message.

    The target="_blank" element tells the browser to open the linked page in a new window, rather than replacing the page you're currently viewing.

    Lastly, at any time the folks at invision.net that host this forum could choose to disable this functionality. It can be a bit dangerous since a malicious user could embed other nasty stuff.



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  • Sweet
    Sweet Member Posts: 31
    PRV

    Watts 25 AUB.Nice feature the thermal expansion device,for a little more peace of mind, still like to ad seperate exp tank @ H.W.H.Helps me sleep.
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