|Item Weight||1.76 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||40055|
|Manufacturer Part Number||40055|
|OEM Part Number||40055|
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Camco RV Brass Inline Water Pressure Regulator- Helps Protect RV Plumbing and Hoses from High-Pressure City Water, Lead Free (40055)
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- Helps protect RV plumbing and hoses from high-pressure city water
- Attaches easily with 3/4" garden hose threads
- Durable brass construction that is drinking water safe
- Reduces water pressure to a safe and consistent 40-50 lbs of pressure
- CSA low lead content certified. Complies with California's AB1953 and Vermont Act 193, Maryland HB 372, and Louisiana HB 471 Low Lead Content Laws
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Camco RV Brass Water Pressure Regulator helps to protect the RV plumbing and hoses from damage caused by high-pressure city water. Reduce water pressure to a safe, consistent 40–50 lbs of operational pressure. Protects equipment and prevents hose failure, to help prolong equipment life. (FGH x MGH) Patented. For outdoor use only.
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Then - arrive at our first campground, hook up all utilities as specified. Used the Camco pressure regulator connected between site source and hose. Slight leaks as others have noted; but only a few drips - we can live with that. But NO pressure available in the RV! Seriously. Could only get a "drip drip drip" from kitchen or bathroom sink, nothing in toilet.
Troubleshoot from rig back to source. Inline water filter? No problem. No kinks or blockage in hose. Remove the regulator, we have full flow.
So remove the regulator, and we have water. Lo and behold, the pressure at the site IS a bit high. Not high enough to explode pipes or anything; but high enough to backfill into our fresh water holding tank and overfill it. Minor leakage internal and external when we caught it and shut water off at source and then ran from the tank until departure.
So - our particular regulator contributed to the problem it was designed (marketed) to prevent. Not particularly pleased with that.
And of course - once we confirmed the issue and returned home - the "return period" has expired. So if anyone needs a few ounces of scrap brass, let us know. We'll be looking for something else before next excursion.
Will say that other Camco items we purchased (sewer hose, rinser adapters, filters, hose lines etc) functioned well.
Finally got a water pressure meter and discovered that the unregulated water pressure to that one spigot topped out at 157psi.
Bought this Camco RV Inline Water Pressure Regulator attached it to the water spigot and retested with the meter on the output end of this regulator. 60psi on the nose as advertised.
(note: photos show lower before and after readings. Evidently, city water pressure is less after dark for some reason)