Watson McDaniel Company Datasheets for Water Valves

Water valves are designed to handle and control hot water, cold water, ground water, potable water, salt water and/or wastewater. They are made from metal or plastic.
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Product Name Notes
The “O” Series Pressure Regulating Valves are used for reducing pressure in steam, air, and water systems. Commonly used in heating and other process applications.
The 175 and 153 Series Self-Operating Temperature Regulating Valves require no external power source making them easy to install and maintain. Properly installed, the regulator is capable of maintaining temperatures...
The 3040 Series Back Pressure Valves relieve upstream pressure in a variety of processes. Automatically maintains desired maximum pressure in a vessel or system by relieving excess pressure into lower...
The 455 Series Externally-Sensed Pressure Regulating Valves are used for reducing pressure in steam, air, and water systems. Commonly used in heating and other process applications. Externally-sensed regulators are often...
The B Series Pressure Regulating Valves are used for reducing pressure in air and water systems. These regulators are commonly found in industrial plants, apartment buildings, water supply systems, schools,...
The model WSSCV is an all stainless steel in-line check valve for steam, gas, or liquid service. It provides tight shut-off, minimizes water hammer and also stops recycling of pumps...
The R Series & 10691 Series Back Pressure Relief Valves are used in the following applications: Water pump bypass for Irrigation, sprinkler systems on golf courses, fountains, and fire protection...
The WSVB Safety Relief Valves are used for over-pressure protec- tion on unfired pressure vessels in saturated steam systems. As safety valves open on a non-compressible fluid applica- tion, the...
The WSVI Safety Valves are used for over-pressure protection on unfired pressure vessels in saturated steam systems. As safety valves open on a non-compressible fluid application, the disc lifts directly...

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