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Oatey 39239 Sure Vent Air Admittance Valve 6 DFU Installation Kit with White Tubular Adapter

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  • Sure-Vent Air Admittance Valve - 6 DFU with Tubular Adapter
  • Complies to ASSE Standard 1050 and 1051.
  • For use as a secondary vent.
  • One size approved to handle up to 2"" vent pipe.
  • Opens/closes as needed by building's plumbing system.
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Product Description

Sensitivity to pressure changes, combined with its ability to consistently open and close, is what distinguishes the Oatey Sure-Vent AAV from all others. Superior engineering along with stringent quality standards ensure a lifetime of unmatched performance. Available in 6, 20, 160, and 500 DFU.

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Oatey products can be found in residential and commercial applications and have achieved excellent brand name recognition with consumers. All products are backed with the highest quality technical and customer support programs in the industry


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Technical Details
Part Number 39239
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 13.5 x 6.5 inches
Item model number39239
Size1.5
ColorWhite
MaterialPVC
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1-year limited
  
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ASINB000RUL1WY
Best Sellers Rank #48,140 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJune 11, 2007
  
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 9, 2013
This is pretty much the best $28 you'll ever spend. Do you have a slow drain? First do the obvious: snake the drain to make sure you don't have a clog. No clog but still a slow drain? You should try this out. There are not a lot of explanations for slow drains. Most common cause is a clog. After that, venting is possibly the issue. For water to drain as quickly as we need it to there has to be air on both ends of the system. The gigantic pipe your house feeds into in the public sewer system gives air on that end. The vent through your roof gives air on this end. If you have inadequate venting, you'll have slow drains. Also, your drains will probably smell bad at least sometimes as the water that would otherwise be sitting nicely in the trap (which blocks sewer gases from entering your home and smelling it up) gets sucked down. Poorly vented drain = empty trap. Empty trap = odors. Install this - the kit comes with everything you need including a diagram. The only thing you'll need is a hacksaw to cut for length. These nuts should not be wrench tightened anyway, so you seriously only need a hacksaw to trim the length of pieces as needed. I have told everyone I know about this thing, which solved what I had feared would have to be a major job (i.e. new stack)... highly, highly recommend. Now, all things fail over time, but when this fails you'll know it. How? Slow drains again, probably an odor, and if you listen real close when it's working you'll hear the air going in. Check that out so you can know when you do not hear it, which means to replace it. I installed two years ago and have had perfect function to date. Good luck.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Man With Dog on April 29, 2010
I installed the kit in a bathroom vanity sink which was not draining because of inadequate venting. Initially after installation, the sink still would not drain and I could hear gurgling through the bathtub drain. I ran water through the bathtub drain which seemed to create enough pressure to open the AAV valve which allowed the sink to drain quickly and it's been working fine ever since. It was very frustrating when the newly installed AAV didn't seem to be working. But it may be that it needs a little extra "push" the first time.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Benny Green on January 15, 2013
The problem was a small sink located too far from the roof vent. Occasionally water would be sucked out of the drain trap by a strong flow in other pipes, allowing sewer odors to escape. This AAV was installed in less than 20 minutes, under the counter, between the trap and the wall. Problem solved.

I learned about this plumbing product by accident. When I asked for it at the local building supply store they didn't know what it was. Amazon to the rescue again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Told You So on June 9, 2015
If you notice there are different AAV part numbers/prices. Thats due to different DFU loads for each valve. Make sure to get the correct AAV (valve) for your application. There are four different rated AAV. After reading at Oatey website each one is rated at 6, 20,160,500 DFU. Below is what I found and should help you choose witch AVV is for you.

Make the right choice

Sensitivity to pressure changes, combined with its ability

to consistently open and close, is what distinguishes the

Oatey® Sure-Vent® AAV from all others. Superior engineering

along with stringent quality standards ensure a lifetime of

unmatched performance.

Available in 6, 20, 160, and 500 DFU. An air admittance

valve’s ability to breathe is measured in Drainage Fixture

Units or DFUs. The higher the DFU rating on the valve, the

greater amount of air that can enter the DWV system. DFU

loads are assigned to plumbing fixtures dependent on the

volume rate of discharge, the duration of operation and

the time between operations. Common fixture load ratings

are shown in the table.

To ensure proper breathing capability, determine all

fixtures to be vented and calculate the total DFU load,

then select the appropriate Sure-Vent® for the application.

Each Oatey Sure-Vent® cap indicates its maximum DFU

rating — 6, 20, 160 and 500 DFUs.

Example: In a house with a laundry room and bathroom sharing a common wall, the DFU load

would total nine. Five for the bathroom, three for the washing machine and one for the laundry

tub. The 20 DFU Sure-Vent® is the right AAV for the job.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matt M. on April 14, 2015
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worked so well I came back to buy 2 more for my other sinks. I was surprised this came with a trap and other extras, I will add an image of all the includes. There are no directions but the picture on the box is clear - install the vent facing up and AFTER the trap - I suspect some of the people with leaks got this wrong. I would rather get just the vent and add the rest my self (I suspect most buyers could re-use their existing parts), but somehow this kit is less expensive than the vent alone!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Raymond K. Pezzi on April 21, 2015
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I am not a plumber and couldn't possibly give you a thorough explanation of how these things function in a house's plumbing system.

I do know, though, that when we started getting some foul odors coming from the kitchen sink of our 7 1/2 year old house and those odors couldn't be stopped by any amount of cleaning, I decided to do some investigating under the sink. Before this, I didn't even realize that there was one of these air admittance valves under our sink, but there it was -- and that was the source of the odor.

This thing basically is a valve which opens to let air in when water runs down the drain and then closes when the water has stopped. You need it to close because it's on the downstream side of the P-trap, so if the valve wears out after tens of thousands of uses as mine did, you'll get sewer stench flowing back into your house -- yuck!

Once I'd pinpointed the source of the problem, it was an easy fix. I just made sure I was buying a replacement valve with the same thread size as the existing one so I could simply unscrew the old one and screw the new one in. Problem solved -- no more stench!!!!

I didn't use the supplied PVC pipe because I was simply replacing the valve itself, not doing a new installation.
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