Watts 3 777S Wye Strainer - Bronze, 3"

SKU: 575092
Brand: Watts Model: 3 777S Condition: New

Watts 3 777S Valve Strainers

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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 Series 777S Wye-Pattern Bronze Strainers (Part # 0384685) are designed to protect system components from dirt, rust and other damaging debris in the piping system. This series features a retainer cap tapped for closure plug.

No returns after thirty days from delivery. Minimum 25% restocking charge in addition to all freight charges for all returns. Refused items subject to restocking fee. Color or texture variations not considered defects and any return will be charged standard restock fee.

Features:• Bronze body• Wye-pattern
• Retainer cap tapped for closure plug
Specifications:• Dimensions: 10 1/8" W x 6 11/16" H
• Connection: 3 In. threaded connections
• Weight: 24 Lbs
• Materials: Body: Bronze ASTM-584 UNS-C84400
• Retainer Cap: BronzeCap Gasket: EPDM
• Standard Screen: 3/64" (1.2mm) 304 stainless steel perforated screen
Pressure Temperature: Maximum Working Pressure: 400psi (27.6 bar) WOG @ 210 Degree F (99 Degree C)125psi (8.6 bar) WSP @ 353 Degree F (178 Degree F)
• Specifications:A wye-pattern bronze strainer to be installed as indicated on the plans. The strainer must have retainer cap tapped for closureplug. Strainer shall be rated to 400psi (27.6 bar) WOG @ 210 Degree F (99 Degree C); 125psi (8.6 bar) WSP @ 353 Degree F (178 Degree F) for sizes 1/2" 3" (15 75mm) and 300psi (20.7 bar) WOG @ 210 Degree F (99 Degree C); 125psi (8.6 bar) @ 353 Degree F (178 Degree C) for size 4 (100mm)

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