Watts 3/4 LFFBVS-3C Ball Valve, 2-Piece Full-Port w/Solder End Connections - Lead Free, 3/4"

SKU: 575111
Brand: Watts Model: 3/4 LFFBVS-3C Condition: New

Watts 3/4 LFFBVS-3C Ball Valves

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The Watts 3/4 LFFBVS-3C is a ball valve used for a full range of liquids and gasses in commercial and industrial applications. It is constructed out of a durable brass material and features a 3/4" pipe size opening. This Watts ball valve is made to comply with Lead Free installation requirements. It is designed to prevent blow outs and stem leaks for a reliable installation.


  • Lead Free forged copper silicon alloy body and adapter
  • Certified to NSF/ANSI standard 61/8
  • UL Listed solder valve
  • Fluorocarbon elastomer stem O-ring prevents stem leaks
  • Adjustable stem packing gland
  • PTFE stem packing seal, thrust washer, and seats
  • Bottom loaded blowout proof stem
  • Machined chrome plated Lead Free brass ball
  • Valves comply to MSS-SP-110 standard
  • The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable water contains less than 0.25% of lead by weight


  • Replaces: 3/4 FBVS-3C (Product Number: 0547111)
  • Ordering Code: 0555111
  • Material: Brass
  • Temperature Range: -40°F to 400°F (-40°C to 204°C)
  • Pipe Size Opening: 3/4"
  • Pressure Ratings:
    • 600 psi (41 bar) WOG, non-shock
    • 150 psi (10.3 bar) WSP
  • Approvals: Certified to NSF/ANSI standard 61/8, UL Listed

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