Watts 2T-M2 Duo-Cloz Washing Machine Water Shutoff Valve, Brass, 1/2"
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A brand of Watts Water Technologies, Watts Regulator Company is an innovative manufacturer of water quality products for your plumbing needs. The 1/2 inch 2T-M2 (Part # 0006643) Series 2 Duo-Cloz Manual Washing Machine Shutoff Valves are used in washing machine applications to manually control water flow and pressure from the hot and cold water supply, piping to the flexible hoses feeding a washing machine. With a flip of its lever, you can turn the water on or off, thus protecting the washing machine parts and hoses from water damage, avoiding the potentially catastrophic results of a burst washing machine hose. It can be installed in a more convenient spot than old boiler drain type hot and cold water shutoffs which are often installed in hard to reach places. This makes shutting off the water supply easier. The Series 2-M2s ball-type design allows it to be opened to any position to throttle water flow and minimize harmful water hammer and banging pipes caused by fast closing washing machine solenoid valves. It consists of a brass body construction, and a single DuoCloz lever to control shutoff of both hot and cold water supplies. Model 2T-M2 have 1/2 inch solder connections and 1/2 inch NPT male threaded connections. Series 2 has a throttling feature that minimizes the shock effect of quick-closing washing machine solenoid valves. Maximum Pressure: 150psi (10.3 bar).|
Features:• Manual valve eliminates water pressure on supply hoses preventing water damage
• Controls both hot and cold water simultaneously
• Single lever on-off
• Brass body construction
• May be used with Model 05H and Model 150A-HA water hammer arrestors
Specifications:• Model: 2T-M2
• Product Number: 0006643
• Size: 1/2 inch, 15mm
• Maximum Pressure: 150psi (10.3 bar)
• Maximum Temperature: 180 degress F (82 degrees C)
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I have had this valve for many years and it is leaking around the handle. Can I repair it or do I need a new valve? If I need a new one, can I unscrew the old and screw the new on? Or do I need to remove the soldered joint and resolder the new?
Good Afternoon,I would recommend calling Watts to see if you can repair it or would need a new valve. They have more product knowledge for repairs. 978-688-1811 is the number for wattsThank You
when installing this unit (watts 2t-m2) do you need to remove the inlet adapters? I am planning to sweat the connects to the water inlets. These appear to screw into the bottom of the unit, so should I unscrew them prior to attaching them to the water lines?thanks, -craig
You can decide to us the adaptors, or remove them depending on the correct connection to your specifc installation. Some installation may require the adaptors.
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