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I THOUGHT the screen was stainless steel -- until it rusted out.
This is NOT GOOD, as the rusted pieces found their way into the water-timer, causing a failure of the timer.
Stainless-steel screens are available at Amazon, and most hardware stores.

Rust Never Sleeps
· June 12, 2018
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Advertised design pressure is 50 - 55 lbs.
Our city water pressure varies from 60-90 lbs. at the spigot, measured with RainBird Pressure Gauge.
After Valterra Regulator installation, pressure stays steady at 53 lbs, measured at the spigot. … see more
Advertised design pressure is 50 - 55 lbs.
Our city water pressure varies from 60-90 lbs. at the spigot, measured with RainBird Pressure Gauge.
After Valterra Regulator installation, pressure stays steady at 53 lbs, measured at the spigot.
Water sprinklers are more consistant, and a Valterra regulator mounted on the water-heater INLET protects
my expensive water heater's glass tank from cracking. Cheap insurance ! see less
Advertised design pressure is 50 - 55 lbs.
Our city water pressure varies from 60-90 lbs. at the spigot, measured with RainBird Pressure Gauge.
After Valterra Regulator installation, pressure stays steady at 53 lbs, measured at the spigot.
Water sprinklers are more consistant, and a Valterra regulator mounted on the water-heater INLET protects
my expensive water heater's glass tank from cracking. Cheap insurance !

Rust Never Sleeps
· April 7, 2018
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This regulator is far ahead of the other regulators that I have used on my fifth wheel to regulate the water pressure. I always hook up to a 5/8" water hose and this regulator lets more water through than any of the others I have used. It is really noticeable in the shower. Bathes are more like at home with plenty o… see more This regulator is far ahead of the other regulators that I have used on my fifth wheel to regulate the water pressure. I always hook up to a 5/8" water hose and this regulator lets more water through than any of the others I have used. It is really noticeable in the shower. Bathes are more like at home with plenty of water coming out of the nozzle after adding this regulator. you will not be disappointed. Hope this helps!! see less This regulator is far ahead of the other regulators that I have used on my fifth wheel to regulate the water pressure. I always hook up to a 5/8" water hose and this regulator lets more water through than any of the others I have used. It is really noticeable in the shower. Bathes are more like at home with plenty of water coming out of the nozzle after adding this regulator. you will not be disappointed. Hope this helps!!
TRUCK MAN
· July 5, 2014
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I have/use the product and agree that it must mean that it is blister packed. The
N. Munoz
· June 8, 2019
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Yes it did it works great
Amazon
· April 25, 2016
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This unit is pressure reducer it is designed to make sure the water pressure entering your rv stays below 55lbs ( I am pretty sure that's the #) so as no to blow out your rv plumbing. As far as max pressure that would depend on what the plumbing fixtures you have are designed to flow at. Most camp grounds don't have th… see more This unit is pressure reducer it is designed to make sure the water pressure entering your rv stays below 55lbs ( I am pretty sure that's the #) so as no to blow out your rv plumbing. As far as max pressure that would depend on what the plumbing fixtures you have are designed to flow at. Most camp grounds don't have the best water pressure to begin with. see less This unit is pressure reducer it is designed to make sure the water pressure entering your rv stays below 55lbs ( I am pretty sure that's the #) so as no to blow out your rv plumbing. As far as max pressure that would depend on what the plumbing fixtures you have are designed to flow at. Most camp grounds don't have the best water pressure to begin with.
Amazon Customer
· April 16, 2017
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No...there is no back flow flap/ valve....
but it is effective at taking the pressure down off spigot w out reducing too much like the camco version on the market

JN
· June 12, 2015
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No way of knowing that but stainless movement will last longer than average one but should last many years
Chris D
· September 22, 2018
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To answer your question. I've always connect to a stander water source and water hose. If that's 1/2 inch and yes
JasonS
· February 29, 2016
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Nope. Works on ANYTHING but the 1998 Southwind 35s....
Plumber
· January 16, 2015