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Table of Contents,General Information 2 4,Potable Hot Water System 5. Series PLT Potable water expansion tanks 6, Series DETA ASME pressurized potable water expansion tanks 7. Series LFBRV Combination ball valve and relief valve 8. Series Governor 80M2 Ball cock and thermal expansion relief valve 9. Series LF530C Calibrated pressure relief valve 10,Nonpotable Hot Water System 11. Series 276H300 IWTG Water pressure test gauges 12,Series SCV Service check valves 13. Series ETX ASF Combination packages 14,Series HPX Boiler trim out packages 14.
Boiler Header Modules Pro Hydronic packages 15, Series ETX ETSX pressurized expansion tanks for heating and cooling systems 16. Series ETA ASME pressurized nonpotable water expansion tanks 18. Series ET RA ASME pressurized nonpotable water expansion tanks 19. Watts product specifications in U S customary units and. metric are approximate and are provided for reference only. Watts reserves the right to change or modify product design. construction specifications or materials without prior notice. and without incurring any obligation to make such changes and. modifications on Watts products previously or subsequently sold. General Information,General Information,What is Thermal Expansion. When water is heated it expands For example water heated from 90 F 32 C to a thermostat setting of 140 F 60 C in a 40 gallon. hot water heater will expand by almost one half gallon This is because when water is heated its density decreases and its volume. expands see fig 1 Since water is not compressible the extra volume created by expansion must go someplace During no flow. periods in a system pressure reducing valves backflow preventers and other one way valves are closed thus eliminating a path. for expanded water to flow back to the system supply Hence system pressure increases. Extra volume,of water created by,thermal expansion. 70 F 140 F 180 F has,water 21 C 60 C 82 C to go somewhere. Temperature vs Density, Thermal expansion of water in a closed plumbing system can create a number of annoying and potentially dangerous problems These.
include the build up of unusually high pressure in a system even when a pressure reducing valve is installed pressure surges and the. chronic or continuous dripping of a temperature and pressure T P relief valve In addition dripping faucets and leaking toilet tank ball. cock fill valves are also symptomatic of thermal expansion. More serious problems can also occur due to thermal expansion When dangerous pressures are built up in a water heater internal. parts may fail such as the internal flues fittings or water connections If a flue way collapses it can lead to the potential release of. toxic gases such as carbon monoxide into living spaces Thermal expansion can also lead to a ruptured or distorted hot water. heating tank and may void the manufacturer s warranty see fig 2. figure 2 Hot to Hot to,System System, Distorted water heater may void Installation of a Watts expansion tank. manufacturer s warranty will protect the water heater. Plumbing codes require you to address this safety problem. No matter what your thermal expansion problem may be whether for new construction or for retrofitting or remodeling an existing. system Watts offers cost effective solutions for you as outlined in the following pages of this guide Should you require more detailed. information on these products please feel free to call your local Watts representative listed on the back of this guide. General Information,Plumbing Code Requirements,Thermal Expansion Control. Plumbing codes require that thermal expansion control be addressed in plumbing systems A temperature and pressure relief. valve is not considered a thermal expansion device This is because when water is allowed to continuously drip from the T P. relief valve minerals from the water can build up on the valve eventually blocking it This blockage can render the T P valve. useless and potentially lead to hot water heater explosions The International Plumbing Code IPC Uniform Plumbing Code UPC. and Standard Plumbing Code all require thermal expansion control to be addressed. Expansion Tank Construction, Section VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code states certain requirements that must be met by an expansion tank for. it to meet ASME construction specifications The Watts Series ETA ET RA and DETA tanks all meet these ASME requirements. Potable vs Nonpotable Systems, Potable refers to water in an open domestic hot water heating system This is water that could potentially be consumed by people and. is not recirculated within the system Nonpotable refers to water in a closed hydronic heating radiant floor heating or a chilled water. system where the water is recirculated and does not leave the system. Each of these hot water heating systems have different thermal expansion requirements explained in more depth in the following. pages of this guide,Water Containment vs Water Relief Solutions.
Water Containment solutions allow for thermal expansion while containing thermally expanded water in the plumbing system. The Watts full line of thermal expansion tanks are considered water containment devices These products require no installation. of discharge lines or drains, Water Relief solutions discharge thermally expanded water at a pressure setting that is below the setting of the water heater s. temperature and pressure relief valve Watts offers a variety of water relief solutions that can be installed on the system piping. in a water closet or on an outside faucet These products must be piped to a suitable drain or discharge location. General Information,Expansion Tanks,How a Diaphragm Expansion Tank Works. When water is heated in a closed system it expands Water is not compressible therefore the additional water volume created has. to go someplace When an expansion tank is installed the excess water enters the prepressurized tank figure 3 As the tempera. ture and pressure reaches its maximum the diaphragm flexes against an air cushion air is compressible to allow for increased water. expansion figure 4 When the system is opened again or the water cools the water leaves the tank and returns to the system. figure 3 How Expansion Tanks work figure 4,water water diaphragm. diaphragm As the water tem per a ture As the temperature and pres sure. in creas es the ex pand ed reaches its maximum the dia. wa ter is received by the phragm flexes against the air cush. tank ion air is com press ible to,allow for in creased wa ter ex pan sion. Note Expansion tanks are always located on the cold water piping to the water heater or heating system. Selecting an Expansion Tank, To properly select the correct expansion tank for a system you can either use the selection guide tables which are placed near.
each tank series throughout this product guide see figure 5 or use a formula to determine the tank volume and acceptance volume. requirements When using a formula it is necessary to know the water heater capacity the water supply pressure the starting and. ending water temperatures and the maximum pressure setting of the relief valve. figure 5 Note Expansion based on 50 F 10 C tem per a ture rise. SUPPLY WATER HEATER,PRESSURE Gallons Liters, psi bar 20 76 30 114 40 152 50 190 80 304 100 380 120 456. 100 6 9 Tank B,110 7 5 Tank C,Multiple tanks required. To select the correct expansion tank using the selection guides in this product guide choose the supply pressure for pressures. between those shown use next highest supply pressure read across the chart to the correct tank as indicated by the water heater. capacity For capacities between those shown use next highest capacity. To accommodate the thermal expansion required for higher temperature and or higher pressure systems multiple tanks may be. used Please contact your local authorized Watts representative for assistance in sizing expansion tanks for specific applications. requiring multiple tanks,Other Potable Water Thermal Expansion Solutions. Watts offers several other options for pressure relief besides expansion tanks These products do. not prevent against loss of water like an expansion tank but they do limit high pressure and prevent the annoy. ing problems associated with thermal expansion These products include the Governor 80M2 combination toilet. tank ball cock fill valve and thermal expansion relief valve the LF530C calibrated pressure relief valve the LFBRV. combination ball valve and relief valve and the H32 hose connection pressure relief valve These products are. described in more detail in the following pages of this product guide. Series LFBRV,Control Thermal Ex pan sion,in Hot Water Supply Systems. Thermal expansion of heated water may occur wherever potable water is heated in a closed sys tem when the potable water is iso. lated from the public water supply by a one way valve such as a pres sure reducing valve backflow preventer or check valve Watts. potable wa ter expansion tanks are de signed to absorb the increased volume of water created by ther mal expansion and to main tain. a balanced pressure throughout the potable water supply sys tem They are used to prevent plumbing sys tem and or water heater. damage and un nec es sary relief valve dis charge caused by excessive pressure from ther mal expansion. Hot water to Tempered Water,dishwasher to Fixtures.
WATTS Vacuum Relief Valve and washing,WATTS Temperature Gauge. WATTS Ball Valves,WATTS PLT Water Expansion Tank,WATTS Tempering Valve. WATTS T P Relief Valve,WATTS Pressure Gauge,WATTS Water Heater Straps. WATTS Water Pressure Water,Reducing Valve Heater,WATTS Backflow Preventer. WATTS Water Heater Stand,Water Meter,WATTS Shutoff Valve.
Water Supply,WATTS Floor Drain, ASSE 1016 Listed valves such as the Watts LFL111 LFMMV or LFUSG should be used at point of delivery. Series PLT,Potable Water Expansion Tanks,Models PLT 5 PLT 12 PLT 20. and PLT 35,Series PLT Potable Water Expansion Tanks are. designed to absorb thermal expansion and to maintain. balanced pressure throughout the potable water supply. Heated water expands and in a domestic hot water, system the system may be closed when isolated from. the public water supply by a one way valve pressure. reducing valve backflow preventer check valve etc,Provisions must be made for this expansion PLT 12.
Series PLT expansion tanks absorb the increased, volume of water created when the hot water storage. tank is heated and keeps the system pressure below Standards. the relief setting of the T P relief valve It is a prepres. surized steel tank with an expansion membrane that Models PLT 5 PLT 12 and PLT 20 are Listed. prevents contact of the water with the air in the tank by IAPMO Certified to ANSI NSF 61. This prevents loss of air to the water and ensures long Model PLT 35 Certified to ANSI NSF 61. and trouble free life for the system These tanks may 73 F 23 C. be used with all types of Direct Fired Hot Water Heaters Selection Guide. gas oil or electric and hot water storage tanks,SUPPLY WATER HEATER. PRESSURE Gallons Liters, Features psi bar 20 76 30 114 40 152 50 190 80 304 100 380 120 456. Rugged flexible butyl diaphragm,Field adjustable pre charge 55 3 7. In line and free standing models 60 4,Can be used with most standard 70 4 8.
hot water heaters and storage tanks 80 5 5,Models 110 7 5. PLT 5 has 3 4 male connection tank volume 2 1 gal 120 8 2. PLT 12 has 3 4 male connection tank volume 4 5 gal. PLT 20 has 3 4 male connection tank volume 8 5 gal PLT 5 PLT 20. PLT 35 has 1 female connection tank volume 14 0 gal PLT 12 PLT 35. Multiple tanks required consult authorized Watts agent. Specifications, This table is based upon a relief valve setting of 150psi 10 3 bar. The potable water expansion tank shall be of drawn steel a maximum of 40 F 4 C temperature rise and a 20psi 138 kPa. construction and include a rigid polypropylene reservoir liner It precharge. shall have a butyl diaphragm separating the air chamber from. the water containing chamber Inlet connector shall be stain It is recommended that tanks be precharged to supply pressure. less steel lined Materials of manufacture for the liner and dia up to 80psi 5 5 bar Equalizing precharge pressure to supply. phragm shall be FDA approved The potable water expansion pressure increases the application range over those shown in. tank shall be a Watts Series PLT, For additional information request literature ES PLT. Model Connection Max Max Tank Tank Air Diameter Length Weight. Size DN Pressure Temp Volume Acceptance Precharge, in mm psi bar F C gal liters gal liters psi kPa in mm in mm lbs kgs. 4 M 20 150 10 3 200 93 2 1 8 1 26 4 8 20 138 8 203 11 279 5 5 2 5. 4 M 20 150 10 3 200 93 4 5 17 2 8 10 6 20 138 10 5 267 131 2 343 10 4 5. 4 M 20 150 10 3 200 93 8 5 32 3 2 12 1 20 138 12 5 318 19 2 488 15 6 8. 4 M 20 150 10 3 200 93 14 0 53 5 6 21 2 20 138 16 0 406 21 7 551 32 14 5. Potable ASME,Series DETA,ASME Pressurized Expansion Tanks for.
Potable Hot Water,Models DETA 5 DETA 210,Series DETA tanks are ASME fixed bladder type pre. charged ex pan sion tanks for commercial and industrial. fresh potable hot water ap pli ca tions They are de signed. to accept the expanded volume of hot water keep ing the. sys tem pressure below the relief valve setting The wa ter. is con tained in a butyl blad der,Maximum Design Pressure DETA 5 DETA 210. 150psi 10 3 bar,Precharged to 40psi 276 kPa,Maximum Design Temperature 240 F 115 C. System Charging System, ASME Section VIII construction Connection Valve Connection. Lift Charging,Fixed butyl bladder FDA approved Ring Valve.
Stainless steel system connection,Precharged to 40psi 276 kPa. field adjustable,Shell carbon steel,System connection stainless steel. Bladder butyl FDA approved O A H,Primer coated exterior Dia. DETA 5 and DETA 12,Specifications, Furnish and install as shown on plans a Watts Model DETA. gallon diameter x high precharged steel, thermal expansion tank with a fixed butyl bladder The tank.
shall have a top NPT stainless steel system connection and a. 302 32 7 6 812 8mm charg ing valve connection stan. dard tire valve to fa cil i tate the on site charg ing of the tank to C. meet system re quire ments The tank must be constructed in. accordance with Sec tion VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pres sure DETA 20 DETA 210. Vessel Code, For additional information request literature ES DETA. Model System Tank Acceptance Max Dimensions approx Weight. Connection Volume Volume Operating,DN Pressure Dia Height C. in mm Gallons Liters Gallons Liters psig bar in mm in mm in mm lbs kgs. 4 20 3 5 13 2 1 8 150 10 3 10 254 14 356 22 10,4 20 5 19 3 1 11 7 150 10 3 12 305 14 356 28 13. 4 20 8 30 3 1 11 7 150 10 3 12 305 20 508 10 254 34 15. DETA 30 1 25 15 57 10 5 40 150 10 3 16 406 33 838 12 305 64 29. DETA 42 1 25 22 84 15 5 59 150 10 3 16 406 32 813 14 356 88 40. DETA 60 1 25 26 99 15 5 59 150 10 3 16 406 34 864 14 356 93 42. DETA 80 1 25 35 133 15 5 59 150 10 3 16 406 45 1143 14 356 109 49. DETA 100 1 25 45 171 21 80 150 10 3 20 508 38 965 18 457 148 67. DETA 125 1 25 60 228 21 80 150 10 3 20 508 49 1245 18 457 175 79. DETA 160 11 2 40 70 266 52 5 199 5 150 10 3 24 610 46 1676 22 559 259 117. DETA 180 11 2 40 80 304 52 5 199 5 150 10 3 24 610 49 1168 22 559 268 122. DETA 210 11 2 40 90 342 52 5 199 5 150 10 3 24 610 52 1321 22 559 283 128. Lift ring on models DETA 42 DETA 210,Potable ASME,Series LFBRV. Combination Ball Valve and Relief Valves,LEAD FREE Series.
LFBRV Combination,Ball Valve and Relief Valve is,LFBRVT LFBRVP. an easy to install two in one device Designed to be. THD x THD PEX x PEX, used as water heater shutoff valves to provide both a. x Compression x Compression, means to shut off the water supply to the water heater. and to provide protection against excess water pressure. caused by thermal expansion The Series LFBRV fea, tures Lead Free construction to comply with Lead Free. installation requirements, These valves use a Lead Free copper silicon alloy body.
full port valve design which includes PTFE seats and. a blow out proof stem design The relief valve section. LFBRVPxTxP LFBRV, includes a Viton ball and stainless steel spring It is pro. PEX x THD x PEX S x S x BARB, vided with a compression or PEX end fitting to provide a. secure method of connecting a discharge line,Features Typical Installation. Easy Installation Installs in any position,Low profile design Watts Vacuum. Ball Relief Valve,Full port ball valve with virgin PTFE seats.
Blowout proof stem Relief,Valve Hot to, Secure drain tube connection available with PEX Barb system. or compression fitting models,Specifications Watts T P. Relief Valve Watts, Valve shall include built in relief protection from water pres Tempering. sure in excess of 75 80 100 or 125psi Each valve shall be Drain Tube. full port construction Lead Free copper silicon alloy body. blowout proof 316 stainless steel stem virgin PTFE seats Watts. PTFE stem packing and stem thrust bearing Viton relief Water. ball and 302 stainless steel relief spring Lead Free combina Heater. tion ball valve and relief valve shall be constructed using Lead Watts Test Plug Straps. Free materials Lead Free valves shall comply with state. codes and standards where applicable requiring reduced. lead content Valves shall include brass compression nut and Watts Backflow. ferrule or PEX end connection for a drain line Valve shall be Preventer. IAPMO listed Valve shall be a Watts Series LFBRV,Watts Shutoff. PEX end connections reduce full port to reduced,port dimensions Water Meter.
For additional information request literature ES LFBRV Cold Watts Water. Heater Stand,Watts Water Pressure,Reducing Valve,Available Models. Inlet Outlet Relief Outlet Temperature Pressure Rating. Sweat Sweat PEX,Maximum Temperature 100 F 32 C,Sweat Sweat Compression. Maximum Pressure Valve body rated to 400psi 28 bar. Thread Thread Compression,PEX PEX Compression,PEX PEX PEX Standards. Listed by IAPMO, Viton is a registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomer The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable. water contains less than 0 25 of lead by weight,Model Governor 80M2.
Toilet Fill Valve and Thermal Expansion Relief Valve. The Governor 80M2 is a feature rich universal toilet. tank fill valve designed to protect plumbing systems. and to conserve water As a fill valve it is able to detect. a leaking toilet flapper and to prevent the tank from. continuously refilling until a repair is made The override. feature enables the toilet to continue to be used until the. flapper can be replaced,The Governor 80M2 is also a thermal expansion. pressure relief valve limiting supply line pressure. and protecting plumbing from the damaging effects,of pressure surges due to thermal expansion The. Governor 80M2 s water conservation feature helps, to eliminate the overfill condition present with tradi. tional toilet fill valves The adjustable flow control on the. primer tube allows the tank to fill to the appropriate level. without overfilling The Governor 80M2 also acts as an. anti siphon backflow preventer keeping tank water from. backing up into the potable water supply,Leak sensor alerts you to a leaking flapper. Surge relief limits the supply line pressure to 80psi. Simple installation No tools required,Adjustable water flow control conserves water.
Manual float lock allows toilet to be used until repair. can be made,Adjustable primer flow control, Prevents backflow of toilet tank water into potable. water supply,Adjustable to fit most standard toilet tanks. Governor 80M2,Specifications, The Watts Governor 80 M1 is tested and certified under. ASSE Standard 1002 and meets IAPMO and CSA require U S Pat No 8 132 273. ments for anti siphon ball cocks All materials in contact. with water are FDA approved under DVR 21 177 2600 The. thermal expansion relief valve is standardly set at 80psi 5 5. bar to meet existing codes and is non adjustable Standard. lengths are 10 111 2 or 121 2 254 292 or 317mm,Temperature Pressure Rating. Maximum Working Pressure 80psi 552 kPa,Temperature Range 33 F 110 F 0 5 C 43 3 C.
Body ABS and Acetal Plastic,Gasket Black rubber, For additional information request literature ES GOV80M2. Series LF530C,Calibrated Pressure Relief Valves,LEAD FREE Series LF530C Calibrated. Pressure Relief Valves are, spring operated Lead Free valves designed for use only. as protection from the build up of excessive pressure. in systems containing water oil or air Series LF530C. valves incorporate a calibrated adjustment feature for. setting the valve to the relief pressure required These. valves are ideally suited for bypass thermal expansion. Calibrated adjustment feature for setting valve to relief Model LF530C. pressure required,Adjustable range 50 175psi 3 4 12 1 bar. All Lead Free cast copper silicon alloy body,All stainless steel spring.
Buna N disc on machined body seat,Inlet bottom male NPT threaded. Outlet side female NPT threaded,Temperature Pressure Rating. Maximum Temperature 180 F 82 C,Typical Installation. Spring Ranges,1 2 or 3 4 15 or 20mm 50 175psi 3 4 12 1 bar. 3 4 20mm 100 300psi 6 9 20 7 bar, Application Note The Watts Series LF530C are not ASME Cold.
approved safety relief valves and should not be used in sys. Auxiliary relief,tem application with this requirement. valve can be,installed on,Water either hot or,Heater cold piping. Watts auxiliary ther,Cold Supply mal expansion pres. sure relief valve Series,One way Flow Device, For additional information request literature ES LF530C. The wetted surface of this product contacted by consumable. water contains less than 0 25 of lead by weight,Nonpotable.
Control Thermal Ex pan sion,in Hot Water Heating Systems. Thermal expansion of heated wa ter may occur wherever wa ter is heat ed in a closed system when the boiler water is iso lat ed from. the pub lic water supply by a one way valve such as a feed water pressure re duc ing valve backflow preventer check valve etc. Watts Nonpotable water ex pan sion tanks are de signed to ab sorb the increased volume of water caused by ther mal ex pan sion and. main tain a bal anced pres sure throughout the hot water heat ing system They are used to pre vent system dam age and un nec es sary. re lief valve dis charge caused by excessive pres sure from thermal ex pan sion. Cold to Fixtures,1 Air Separator 11 Purge Valves,2 Backflow Preventer 12 Pressure Relief Valves. 3 Boiler Drain Valve 13 Hot Water Boiler Safety Relief Valve. 4 Boiler Fill Valves 14 T P Test Plug,4a Combination Fill Valve 15 Ball Valve. and Backflow Preventer 16 Float Vent Valve, 5 Bronze Check Valve 17 Automatic Float Vent Valve. 6 Expansion Tank 18 Water Pressure Reducing Valve, 7 Flow Checks 19 1 8 3mm or 1 4 8mm Service Check Valves.
8 Flow Control Valve 20 1 2 15mm Service Check Valve. 9 Gate or Globe Valves 21 Combination Temperature,10 Mixing Valves Pressure Gauge. Choose one item 16 or 17,Detection And Servicing Solutions. Series 276H300,Water Pressure Test Gauge, Ideal to accurately determine system pressure in a build. ing The 3 4 20mm hose connection easily attaches to. a hose bibb or the drain connection on a water heater. A red indicator hand holds at the highest reading regis. tered When left on overnight it will register the highest. pressure in the system during that period, 4 20mm H T Hose Connection which easily attaches to an outside. hose bibb or to the drain connection on a water heater. A Red indicator hand that HOLDS at the highest reading regis. tered to record shock pressure or when left on overnight will regis Series 276H300. ter the highest surge pressure which occurred during that period. Features a large 21 2 65mm face for easy reading,Model Size DN Range.
in mm psi bar,4 20 0 300 0 21,4 20 0 200 0 14,Nonpotable. Series SCV,Service Check Valves,Series SCV service check valves facilitate the. servicing of components in systems under,pressure They install between the system and. the component,As the component is threaded into the Service. Check Valve the spring loaded valve opens to,system pressure.
As the component is removed the valve,closes maintaining system integrity while the. component is being inspected This prevents Available in sizes. having to drain the entire system each time a 8 and 1 2 inches. component is serviced Max Temperature 240 F 115 C Max Pressure 150psi 10 bar. This device is not to be used on safety relief valves. or other safety or flow sensitive components,System pressure must be reduced prior to remov. ing system component,Model Size DN,in mm Typical Installation. 2 12 7 System System,Open Closed,System Component,.

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