Jabsco In-Line Water Pressure Regulator

Jabsco In-Line Water Pressure Regulator


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


  • Built-In Backflow Preventer
  • Automatic Pressure Regulation
  • Easy Cleaning Strainer
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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.


  • 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
  • Flush mounts permanently in vessel super structure
  • Easily replaces most original city water entries
  • Dust cap
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Jabsco In-Line Water Pressure Regulator 44411-0045 In-Line Water Pressure Regulator, 45 PSI, White
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