GF JRG – Direct Acting Pressure Reducing Valves contain Gunmetal also known as Red Brass. Red brass can be considered both a brass and a bronze. It typically contains 85% copper, 5% tin, 5% – 10% lead, and 5% zinc. It is used to produce pipes, valves, and plumbing fixtures.
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Harper Haines services and sells JRG valves (JRGURED). George Fisher produces high-quality gunmetal fittings for drinking water installations. The fittings are installed in residential estates and industrial buildings world-wide. They offer a extensive product range of fittings for building structures of every kind.
The new JRGURED® 1300 pressure reducing valve – apart from its improved performance values – is distinguished by a good price – performance ratio. The fitting, which has been tested and approved by the SVGW, DVGW and OeVGW is patented and thanks to a sophisticated modular system fulfills all demands made of an up-to-date fitting.
The new generation JRGURED® has been designed for a nominal pressure PN 25 and – depending on the version – for hot water temperatures of up to 70 °C. The new pressure reducing valve is available in four versions for pressure settings of 0.5 to 10 bar and in the sizes 1/2 to 2 1/2.
Because the new JRGURED® pressure reducing valves have the same installation dimensions as their predecessors, an exchanging or replacement without any problems is possible.