44411-1045

Jabsco Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator

Jabsco Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator

Description

The Jabsco Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator is designed for day and night protection of the entire plumbing system from unregulated city water system hook-ups.

Features

  • Flush Mounts Permanently in Vessel Super Structure
  • Easy Cleaning Strainer
  • Automatic Pressure Regulation
List Price
$44.99
Your Price
$35.41
In Stock

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Details

Whether connected to a dock-sidemain or a campground faucet, the new Jabsco Regulator will maintain regulatedoutput at low or high flow rates. The removable strainer protectsvalves and seal-seats from pipe scale and other debris.

FEATURES

  • Reduces unregulated city water pressures that can runas high as 125 psi down to a safe 45 psi - automatically
  • Features built-in backflow preventer. Federal and Staterequired on RV's with water service hookup
  • Easily replaces most original city water entries
  • Built-in backflow preventer
  • Dust cap
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Jabsco Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator 44411-1045 Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator. 45 PSI, White
$35.41
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Jabsco Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator 45psi - Chrome 44411-2045 Flush Mount Water Pressure Regulator, 45 PSI, Chrome
$42.38
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