|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 1 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||A01-1117VP|
|Manufacturer Part Number||A011117VP|
|OEM Part Number||A01-1117VP|
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Valterra A01-1117VP Brass Lead-Free Adjustable Water Regulator
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There are pressure regulators that sell for a lot less than this one. They are fixed pressure reducers, mostly 45psi. They can be problematic. Check your RV's specs. My fixtures are rated at 60psi, so with this unit I can accurately set the city water pressure to what I like. I normally have it at 50 to 55 psi. This pressure vastly improves showers and dish washing. The pressure meter gives you an instant view of the water pressure...so if there is a problem, you can easily rule out the city water first.
Some tips on using this device:
1. This should be the first thing connecting to the campsite's city water connector. I follow this with a water filter and then my supply hose. By putting this regulator first, you protect your filter and hose as well.
2. If you want to adjust pressure, do it ONLY with all water turned off inside the RV. Make sure that no water is running or filling anywhere. Once done, gradually move the adjusting screw a bit. Wait 10 to 20 seconds and look at the pressure. Once set, you can begin using water. When water is running, don't expect the reading to always be at the set pressure.
3. Replace this unit after a year or two. All pressure reducers wear out. For safety, I replace mine every year. $50 isn't a bad investment in protecting my water system.
4. Use a water filter! There are lots of inline filters available.Read more ›
After about six uses, the guage got stuck on zero. An email to Valterra resulted in a replacement guage VERY quickly and that resolved the problem.
By the way, Valterra does make a high-flow preset valve that's preset to 50-55 psi for about $14.00.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like other reviewers, this broke where the hose it attached. Something is wrong in the manufacturing!Published 16 days ago by Linda M Emory
I like others have had this unit prior and works good for awhile(up to a year),then the adjustable plastic casing base starts to leak water and keeps getting much worse . Read morePublished 27 days ago by RV gypsy
Somewhat bulky, but it certainly does the job. It has met all expectations & is well constructed.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Product works as promised. Time will tell how long it will last.Published 1 month ago by Chuck Nelson
Another essential piece of gear when staying at an RV campground. I prefer one like this that I can adjust.Published 1 month ago by Michael Chance
Worked great for one season. Stored in camper for six months, took it out this week to go camping, and it's broken. The gauge reads 30psi with no hose attached. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wong Hu
You need this at some RV parks!
Adjust the pressure, save your plumbing!
This is my second unit as the first one was destroyed when left outside in subfreezing temperatures. Otherwise, a solid device, easy to use, and accurate.Published 1 month ago by Anthony Nalli