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Watts Thermal Expansion Products

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Table of Contents
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 3 Potable Hot Water System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Series DET Potable water expansion tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Series PLT Potable water expansion tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Series ILT In-line potable water expansion tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Series DETA ASME pressurized potable water expansion tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Series BRV Combination ball valve and relief valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Series Governor 80-M1 Ball cock and thermal expansion relief valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Series 530C Calibrated pressure relief valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Series H32 Hose connection pressure relief valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Series 276H300/IWTG Water pressure test gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Series SCV Service check valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Non-Potable Hot Water System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Series ET Non-potable water expansion tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Series ET-ASF Combination packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Series HP Boiler trim-out packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Series HP Bronze Boiler trim-out packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Series ETX, ETSX pressurized expansion tanks for heating and cooling systems . . . . . . . .16 Series ETA ASME pressurized non-potable water expansion tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Series ET-RA ASME pressurized non-potable 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 90F (32C) to a thermostat setting of 140F (60C) 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.
figure 1

water

70F (21C)

140F (60C)

180F (82C)

Extra volume of water created by thermal expansion has 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 manufacturers warranty (see fig.2).

figure 2

Hot to System

Hot to System

Cold Distorted water heater may void manufacturers warranty.

Cold Installation of a Watts expansion tank 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 Non-Potable 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. Non-potable 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 heaters 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 pre-pressurized tank (figure 3). As the temperature 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 water diaphragm As the water temperature increases, the expanded water is received by the tank. figure 4 water

diaphragm As the temperature and pressure reaches its maximum, the diaphragm flexes against the air cushion (air is compressible) to allow for increased water expansion.

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 50F (10C) temperature rise.


WATER HEATER SUPPLY Gallons (Liters) PRESSURE psi bars 20 (76) 30 (114) 40 (152) 50 (190) 80 (304) 100 (380) 120 (456) 40 2.7
50 55 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 3 3.7 4 4.8 5.5 6 6.9 7.5 8.2

Tank A Tank B 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 annoying problems associated with thermal expansion. These products include the: Governor 80 combination toilet tank ball cock fill valve and thermal expansion relief valve; the 530C calibrated pressure relief valve; the BRV 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 BRV

POTABLE

Control Thermal Expansion


in Hot Water Supply Systems
Thermal expansion of heated water may occur wherever potable water is heated in a closed system (when the potable water is isolated from the public water supply by a one-way valve, such as a pressure reducing valve, backflow preventer or check valve). Watts potable water expansion tanks are designed to absorb the increased volume of water created by thermal expansion and to maintain a balanced pressure throughout the potable water supply system. They are used to prevent plumbing system and/or water heater damage and unnecessary relief valve discharge caused by excessive pressure from thermal expansion.

WATTS Vacuum Relief Valve

Hot water to dishwasher and washing machine

Tempered Water to Fixtures WATTS Temperature Gauge

WATTS DET/PET Water Expansion Tank WATTS T&P Relief Valve

WATTS Ball Valves

WATTS Tempering Valve

WATTS Pressure Gauge WATTS Water Heater Straps WATTS Water Pressure Reducing Valve Water Heater

WATTS Backflow Preventer WATTS Water Heater Stand Water Meter

WATTS Shut-off Valve Water Supply

WATTS Floor Drain

ASSE 1016 Listed valves such as the Watts L111, MMV or USG should be used at point-of-delivery.

POTABLE

Series DET
Potable Water Expansion Tanks for Water Heaters and Hot Water Supply Systems

Models DET-5-M1, DET-12-M1, DET-20-M1 and DET-35-M1


Series DET potable water expansion tanks are designed to absorb the increased volume of water created when the hot water storage tank is heated and to keep the system pressure below the relief setting of the T&P relief valve. It is a pre-pressurized steel tank with an expansion membrane that prevents contact of the water with the air in the tank. This prevents loss of air to the water and ensures long and trouble-free life for the system. These tanks may be used with all types of direct fired water heaters (gas, oil or electric) and hot water storage tanks.

Features
Rugged flexible butyl diaphragm Field adjustable pre-charge In-line and free standing models Can be used with most standard water heaters and storage tanks Made in U.S.A.

Standards: DET-5-M1, DET-12-M1, DET-20-M1, and DET-35-M1 are Listed by IAPMO.

NSF

Selection Guide
SUPPLY PRESSURE psi
40 50 55 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

WATER HEATER Gallons (Liters)

bars 20 (76) 30 (114) 40 (152) 50 (190) 80 (304) 100 (380) 120 (456)
2.7 3 3.7 4 4.8 5.5 6 6.9 7.5 8.2

Specifications
The potable water expansion tank shall be of drawn steel construction. It shall have a butyl diaphragm separating the air chamber from the water containing chamber. Inlet connector shall be brass model (DET-35-M1: stainless steel). Materials of manufacture for the diaphragm shall be FDA approved. The potable water expansion tank shall be a Watts Model DET__(5, 12, 20, 35)-M1. Note: Watts Series DET-M1 potable water expansion tanks shall be installed on the cold water service pipe line on the supply side of the water heater or water storage tank.

DET-5-MI DET-20-M1 DET-12-M1 DET-35-M1 Multiple tanks required - consult authorized Watts agent This table is based upon a relief valve setting of 150psi (10 bars), a maximum of 40F (4C) temperature rise, and a 40psi (2.7 bars) precharge.* *It is recommended that tanks be precharged to supply pressure (up to 80psi (5.5 bars)). Equalizing precharge pressure to supply pressure increases the application range over those shown in the table.

For additional information, request literature ES-DET.

Model

Connection Size (DN)


in. mm
34

Max Pressure
psi bars F

Max Temp.
C

Tank Volume
Gal. Liters

Tank Acceptance
Gal. Liters

Air Pre-charge
psi bars in.

Dia.
mm

Length
in. mm

Weight
lbs. kgs.

DET-5-M1 DET-12-M1 DET-20-M1 DET-35-M1

M 34 M 34 M 1M

20 20 20 20

150 150 150 150

10 10 10 10

200 200 200 200

93 93 93 93

2.1 4.5 8.5 14

8 17 32 53

.85 1.8 3.2 5.6

3 8 12 21

40 40 40 40

217 217 217 217

812 10 1212 16

216 1112 254 15 318 191316 407 211116

293 381 488 552

7 10 15 32

3.2 4.6 6.8 14.6

POTABLE

Series PLT
Potable Water Expansion Tanks

Models PLT-5 and PLT-12


Series PLT Potable Water Expansion Tanks are designed to absorb thermal expansion and to maintain balanced pressure throughout the potable water supply system. 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. 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 the relief setting of the T&P relief valve. It is a pre-pressurized steel tank with an expansion membrane that prevents contact of the water with the air in the tank. This prevents loss of air to the water and ensures long and trouble-free life for the system. These tanks may be used with all types of Direct Fired Hot Water Heaters (gas, oil or electric) and hot water storage tanks.

Model PLT-12

Model PLT-5

Standards: PLT-5 and PLT-12 are Listed by IAPMO. Certified to ANSI/NSF61

NSF

Features
Polypropylene liner Rugged flexible butyl diaphragm Field adjustable pre-charge Can be used with most standard water heaters and storage tanks Made in Taiwan

Selection Guide
SUPPLY PRESSURE psi
40 50 55 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

WATER HEATER Gallons (Liters)

bars 20 (76) 30 (114) 40 (152) 50 (190) 80 (304) 100 (380) 120 (456)
2.7 3 3.7 4 4.8 5.5 6 6.9 7.5 8.2

Specifications
The potable water expansion tank shall be of drawn steel construction and include a rigid polypropylene reservoir liner. It shall have a butyl diaphragm separating the air chamber from the water containing chamber. Inlet connector shall be stainless steel lined. Materials of manufacture for the liner and diaphragm shall be FDA approved. The potable water expansion tank shall be a Watts Regulator Company Series PLT.

PLT-5 PLT-12 Multiple tanks required - consult factory This table is based upon a relief valve setting of 150psi (10 bars), a maximum of 40F (4C) temperature rise, and a 40psi (2.7 bars) precharge.*

For additional information, request literature ES-PLT.

*It is recommended that tanks be precharged to supply pressure (up to 80psi (5.5 bars)). Equalizing precharge pressure to supply pressure increases the application range over those shown in the table.

Model

Connection Size (DN)


in. mm
34 34

Max. Pressure
psi bars F

Max. Temp.
C

Tank Volume
gal. liters

Tank Acceptance
gal. liters

Air Pre-charge
psi bars

Diameter
in. mm

Length
in. mm

Weight
lbs. kgs.

PLT-5 PLT-12

M M

20 20

150 150

10 10

200 200

93 82

2.1 4.5

8 17

1.26 2.8

4.8 10.6

40 40

217 217

8 101/2

203 267

11 131/2

279 343

5.5 10

2.5 4.5

POTABLE

Series ILT
In-Line Potable Water Expansion Tanks

Models ILT-5 and ILT-12


Series ILT in-line potable water expansion tanks are designed to absorb the increased volume of water created when the hot water storage tank is heated and keeps the system pressure below the relief valve setting of the T&P relief valve. It is a pre-pressurized steel tank with an expansion membrane that prevents contact of the water with the air in the tank. This prevents loss of air to the water and ensures long and trouble-free life for the system. The ILTs flow-through design provides safer and healthier drinking water by virtually eliminating stagnant water in the plumbing system that can promote microbial growth. The ILT features a compact design that allows it to be installed where other expansion tanks cannot. These tanks maybe used with all types of direct fired hot water heaters (gas, oil or electric) and hot water storage tanks.
Model ILT-5

Model ILT-12

Standards: Models ILT-5 and ILT-12 Listed by IAPMO.

Patent # 6,418,969

Features
Flow through design virtually eliminates microbial growth Rugged flexible butyl diaphragm Field adjustable pre-charge Can be used with most standard hot water heaters and storage tanks Available with threaded, solder or PEX end connections. Made in U.S.A.
AIR CHAMBER WATER AIR CHAMBER

Selection Guide
SUPPLY PRESSURE psi WATER HEATER Gallons (Liters) bars 20 (76) 30 (114) 40 (152) 50 (190) 60 (228) 70 (266) 80 (304) 100 (380) 120 (456)
2.7 3 3.7 4 4.8 5.5 6 6.9

Specifications
The potable water expansion tank shall be of steel construction. It shall be of flow through design. It shall have a butyl diaphragm separating the air chamber from the water containing chamber. Inlet and outlet connectors shall be union thread/sweat or PEX. Materials of manufacture for diaphragm shall be FDA approved. The potable water expansion tank shall be a Watts Model ILT__(5,12).

40 50 55 60 70 80 90 100

ILT-5 ILT-12 Multiple tanks required - consult authorized Watts agent This table is based upon a relief valve setting of 150psi (10 bars), a maximum of 40F (4C) temperature rise, and a 40psi (2.7 bars) precharge.*

For additional information, request literature F-ILT.

*It is recommended that tanks be precharged to supply pressure (up to 80psi (5.5 bars)). Equalizing precharge pressure to supply pressure increases the application range over those shown in the table.

Model

Size (DN)
in. mm

Connection Pressure
psi bars

Max Temp.
F C

Max Volume
Gal. Liters

Tank Acceptance
Gal. Liters

Tank Pre-charge
psi bars in.

Air Dia.
mm

Length
in. mm

Weight
lbs. kgs.

ILT-5 ILT-12

34

F 34 F

20 20

150 150

10 10

160 160

71 71

1.20 1.93

4.5 7.3

1.15 1.85

4.3 7

40 40

2.7 2.7

4 4

101.6 101.6

31 46

787.4 912 1168.4 1312

4.3 6.1

POTABLE ASME POTABLE

Series DETA
ASME Pressurized Expansion Tanks for Potable Hot Water

Models DETA 5 DETA 210


Series DETA tanks are ASME fixed bladder type precharged expansion tanks for commercial and industrial fresh potable hot water applications. They are designed to accept the expanded volume of hot water keeping the system pressure below the relief valve setting. The water is contained in a butyl bladder. Maximum Design Pressure: DETA 5 DETA 210: 150psi (10 bars) Precharged to 40psi (2.7 bars) Maximum Design Temperature: 240F (115C)

Features
ASME Section VIII construction Fixed butyl bladder (FDA approved) Stainless steel system connection Precharged to 40psi (2.7 bars) (field adjustable) Shell: carbon steel System connection: stainless steel Bladder: butyl (FDA approved) Primer coated exterior

System Connection

Charging Valve

Lift Ring

System Connection

Charging Valve

O.A.H. Dia. O.A.H. Dia. DETA 5 and DETA 12

Specifications
Furnish and install as shown on plans a Watts Model DETA ____ gallon ____ " diameter x ____" (high) pre-charged 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) charging valve connection (standard tire valve) to facilitate the on-site charging of the tank to meet system requirements. The tank must be constructed in accordance with Section VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. For additional information, request literature ES-DETA. Model System Connection (DN)
in. mm

C DETA 20 DETA 210

Tank Volume
Gallons Liters

Acceptance Volume
Gallons Liters

Max. Operating Pressure


psig bars in.

Dimensions (approx.) Dia.


mm

Weight C
in. mm lbs. kgs.

Height
in. mm

34 DETA 5 20 3.5 34 DETA 12 20 5 34 DETA 20 20 8 DETA 30 1 25 15 DETA 42 1 25 22 DETA 60 1 25 26 DETA 80 1 25 35 DETA 100 1 25 45 DETA 125 1 25 60 DETA 160 112 40 70 DETA 180 112 40 80 DETA 210 112 40 90 Lift ring on models DETA 42 DETA 210.

13 19 30 57 84 99 133 171 228 266 304 342

2.1 3.1 3.1 10.5 15.5 15.5 15.5 21 21 52.5 52.5 52.5

8 11.7 11.7 40 59 59 59 80 80 199.5 199.5 199.5

150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

10 12 12 16 16 16 16 20 20 24 24 24

254 305 305 406 406 406 406 508 508 610 610 610

14 14 20 33 32 34 45 38 49 46 49 52

356 356 508 838 813 864 1143 965 1245 1676 1168 1321

10 12 14 14 14 18 18 22 22 22

254 305 356 356 356 457 457 559 559 559

22 28 34 64 88 93 109 148 175 259 268 283

10 13 15 29 40 42 49 67 79 117 122 128

POTABLE POTABLE ASME

Series BRV
Combination Ball Valve and Relief Valve
Series BRV combination ball valve and relief valve provides a unique and low cost solution for thermal expansion relief in domestic water heating systems, using a rugged ball valve design. The small and compact BRV facilitates relief of thermal expansion and provides a tight shutoff valve for the supply to the water heater.

BRVT

BRVP

Features
Easy installation - Installs in any position Low profile design Full port ball valve with virgin PTFE seats Blowout proof stem Stainless steel spring/Viton ball relief valve components Secure compression or PEX end fitting drain tube connection

BRVPxTxP

Typical Installation Specifications


Water heater shutoff valve shall include built-in relief protection from water pressure in excess of __(80, 100, 125 psi). Each valve shall be full port construction, bronze ASTM B-584 body, electroless nickel plated ASTM B-16 or B-124 brass ball, blowout proof ASTM B-16 brass stem, virgin PTFE seats, PTFE stem packing and stem thrust bearing, Viton relief ball and 302 stainless steel relief spring. Valves shall include 38" (10mm) brass compression or PEX connection for drain line. Valve shall be IAPMO listed. Valve shall be a Watts Regulator Company Series BRV. Maximum temperature: 210F (90C) Maximum pressure: valve body rated to 400psi (28 bar) For additional information, request literature ES-BRV.
Watts T&P Relief Valve Drain Tube Watts Water Heater Straps Watts Vacuum Relief Valve Relief Valve Hot to system

Ball Valve

Watts Tempering Valve

Available Models
Inlet Sweat Thread PEX PEX PEX PEX PEX Thread Sweat Outlet Sweat Thread PEX Thread Thread Sweat Sweat PEX PEX Relief Outlet Compression Compression Compression Compression PEX Compression PEX Compression Compression

Watts Test Plug and Gauge

Watts Backflow Preventer Watts Shutoff Water Meter

Cold Watts Water Pressure Reducing Valve

Watts Water Heater Stand

Available Pressure Settings: 80, 100, 125psi

Viton is a registered trademark of DuPont Dow Elastomer

POTABLE POTABLE

Governor 80-M1
Ball Cock and Thermal Expansion Relief Valve
The Governor 80-M1 is a unique product that solves three plumbing problems at once and offers the most cost effective way to ensure code compliance for domestic water systems

Toilet Tank Ball Cock Fill Valve


The Governor 80-M1 is a toilet tank ball cock fill valve that incorporates the simplest full flow ball cock principle available, assuring built in reliability. Its large, non-clogging flow way promotes quiet operation and snap action shutoff under a wide range of pressures. The Governor 80-M1s construction uses PVC and Celcon to make it completely non-electrolytic and non-corrosive.
Patent #4,745,945

Cap Ring Float Rod

Thermal Expansion/Pressure Relief Valve


The Governor 80-M1 gets its name from its ability to govern or limit the domestic water systems preset pressure to 80psi (5.5 bars) as required by code. It protects the primary safety valve on the water heater (the temperature and pressure relief valve) from unnecessary blow-off or discharge, which can cause potentially dangerous problems and costly water damage. The Governor 80-M1 discharges any extra volume of water generated by thermal expansion into the water closet, eliminating the need for the installation of more expensive expansion tanks and auxiliary relief valves and their discharge lines.

Thermal Expansion Relief Valve 10" (254mm), 1112" (292mm) or 1212" (317mm)

Anti-Siphon Backflow Preventer


The Governor 80-M1 is also an anti-siphon backflow preventer and protects against backflow from water closets, a serious cross connection. This added protection ensures that water from the water closet will not contaminate the potable water supply.

Refill Tube

Features
Black Rubber Gasket Limits and governs the domestic water systems preset static pressure to 80psi (5.5 bars) as required by code Protects the Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve on the water heater from unnecessary relief discharge, reserving it for true emergencies Reduces the need to use a more expensive thermal expansion tank or auxiliary relief valve which require a drain line Prevents backflow from water closets, a serious cross connection ASSE 1002 certified and meets IAPMO and CSA requireents for anti-siphon ball cocks TYPICAL WATER CLOSET WATTS Governor 80-M1
C.L. 1" Thermal Expansion Relief Valve W.O.L. Float Ball

Lock Nut Water Supply Coupling Nut

Specifications
The Watts Governor 80-M1 is tested and certified under ASSE Standard 1002 and meets IAPMO, and CSA requirements 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 bars) to meet existing codes and is non-adjustable. Standard lengths are: 10", 1112" or 1212" (254, 292 or 317mm).

Ordering Information
Model
in.

Size (DN)
mm

Overflow Tube

Gov. 80-M1-10 Gov. 80-M1-11.5 Gov. 80-M1-12.5

10 1112 1212

254 292 317

C.L. (Critical level established) W.O.L. (Water overflow level) 10


Celcon is a registered trademark of Celanese, Limited.

IAPMO listed

B125

1002

For additional information, request literature S-GOV80.

POTABLE

Series 530C
Calibrated Pressure Relief Valves
Series 530C are spring operated bronze relief valves designed to be used only as protection from the build up of excessive pressure in systems containing water, oil or air. Series 530C are not ASME approved safety relief valves and should not be used in system applications with this requirement. Series 530C incorporates a calibrated adjustment feature for manually setting the valve to the relief pressure required.

Manually adjustable

Typical Installation
Hot Cold Auxiliary relief valve can be installed on either hot or cold piping

Features
Calibrated adjustment feature for setting valve to relief pressure required Adjustable range 50 175psi (3.45 12.06 bars) All bronze construction All stainless steel springs Buna-N disc on machined body seat
Water Heater

Slop sink or drain Cold Supply

Specifications
Sizes " and " (15 & 20mm). Inlet (bottom) male threaded, NPT. Outlet (side), female threaded, NPT.
12 34

Watts auxiliary thermal expansion pressure relief valve Series 530C

One-way Flow Device

Model 530C 530C

Size (DN)
in.
12

Height
in. mm

Width
in. mm

Weight
lbs. gm.

mm

34

15 20

3 3

76 76

158" 158"

41 41

.63 .63

286 286

For additional information, request literature ES-530C.

Series H32
Hose Connection Pressure Relief Valve
The H32 hose connection pressure relief valve, set at 80psi (5.5 bars) or 100psi (6.8 bars), has a 34" (20mm) hose connection inlet for ease of installation. The H32 should only be used in areas where the outside temperature does not fall below freezing year round.

Typical Installation

Model H32-100 H32-80

Size (DN)
in.
34 34

mm

20 20
Model H32

11

DETECTION AND SERVICING SOLUTIONS

Series 276H300, IWTG


Water Pressure Test Gauge
Ideal to accurately determine system pressure in a building. The 34" (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 registered. When left on overnight, it will register the highest pressure in the system during that period.
(A)
34

(A) (B)

" (20mm) H.T. Hose Connection which easily attaches to an outside hose bibb or to the drain connection on a water heater. Series 276H300
(C)

(B) A Red indicator hand that HOLDS at the highest reading registered, to record shock pressure or when left on overnight will register the highest surge pressure which occurred during that period. (C) Features a large (2 " (65mm)) face for easy reading. 276H300 IWTG
12

Model

Size (DN)
in.
34

Range
psi bars

mm

34

20 20

0 300 0 21 0 200 0 14

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 having to drain the entire system each time a component is serviced.
Available in sizes ", 14", 38", 12" and 34" (3.2, 6.3, 9.5, 12.7, 20mm) inches. Max. Temperature: 240F (115C), Max. Pressure: 150psi (10 bars)
18

Typical Installation
System Open System Closed

Model.
in.

Size (DN)
mm
18

SCV SCV SCV SCV SCV

14 38 12 34

3.2 6.4 9.5 12.7 20

Note: This device is not to be used on safety relief valves or other safety or flow sensitive components. Important: System pressure must be reduced prior to removing system component.

System Component

12

NON-POTABLE

Control Thermal Expansion


in Hot Water Heating Systems
Thermal expansion of heated water may occur wherever water is heated in a closed system (when the boiler water is isolated from the public water supply by a one-way valve, such as a feed water pressure reducing valve, backflow preventer, check valve, etc.). Watts non-potable water expansion tanks are designed to absorb the increased volume of water caused by thermal expansion and maintain a balanced pressure throughout the hot water heating system. They are used to prevent system damage and unnecessary relief valve discharge caused by excessive pressure from thermal expansion.

18

Cold to Fixtures

17

16 14 1 20 15 2 7

19

Hot

13
Return

10

12 11 11 15 8

5 4a 3

21

15 15

1 2 3 4 4a 5 6 7 8 9 10

Air Scoop Backflow Preventer Boiler Drain Valve Boiler Fill Valves Combination Fill Valve and Backflow Preventer Bronze Check Valve Expansion Tank Flow Checks Flow Control Valve Gate or Globe Valves Mixing Valves

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Purge Valves Pressure Relief Valves Hot Water Boiler Safety Relief Valve T&P Test Plug Ball Valve Float Vent Valve Automatic Float Vent Valve Water Pressure Reducing Valve 18" (3mm) or 14" (8mm) Service Check Valves 12" (15mm) Service Check Valve Combination Temperature & Pressure Gauge

Choose one item #16 or #17

Return

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NON-POTABLE

Series ET
Non-Potable Water Expansion Tanks for Hot Water Heating Boilers and Systems

Features
Steel construction Rugged flexible diaphragm Precharged at 12psi (82 kpa) Compact size saves space and energy Compatible with glycol in systems

Models ET-15, ET-30, ET-60, ET-90


Series ET nonpotable water expansion tanks are designed to absorb the increased volume of water created when the hot water boiler is heated and keep the system pressure below the relief setting of the relief valve. Series ET is a pre-pressurized steel tank with an expansion membrane that prevents contact of the water with the air in the tank. This prevents loss of air to the water and ensures long and trouble-free life for the system.
Note: Watts ET Series non-potable water expansion tank may be installed in a tee or any other suitable tapping in the heating system and can be installed in a vertical or horizontal position.

ET

ET SERIES SIZING CHART Precharge: 12psi (82 kpa) Relief Pressure: 30psi (206.7 kpa) System Operating Temperature: 200F (93C) Boiler Output Net BTUs 25,000 50,000 75,000 100,000 125,000 150,000 175,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 Finned Tube Baseboard ET-15 ET-15 ET-30 ET-30 ET-30 ET-30 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-90 TYPE OF RADIATION Convectors or Radiators Unit Heaters Cast Iron ET-15 ET-15 ET-30 ET-30 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-60 ET-90 ET-15 ET-30 ET-30 ET-60 ET-60 ET-90

Baseboard Cast Iron ET-15 ET-30 ET-60 ET-60 ET-90 ET-90

Selection Guide
As an alternative to using a formula, you can use this Quick Reference Sizing Chart to select the correct tank for your system. This table is based upon a tank pre-charge of 12psi (82 kpa), a pressure relief valve setting of 30psi (2 bars) and a system operating temperature of 200F (93C). The chart takes into account typical system water volumes based upon boiler BTUs and type of radiation installed. Simply go to the boiler output BTU equal to or higher than the installed boiler, read across the chart to the correct tank model as indicated by the type of system radiation column on the chart. For additional information, request literature ES-ET. Model Size (DN)
in. mm

Tank Conn. Volume


Gals. Liters

Volume
Gals. Liters

Acceptance Dia.
in. mm in.

Length
mm

Weight
lbs. kgs.

ET-15 ET-30 ET-60 ET-90

12

12 12 34

15 15 15 20

2.1 4.7 6.6 13.0

8 17.8 25 49

1.4 3.0 4.3 8.0

5.3 11.4 16.3 30.4

71316 1058 12316 15

198 269 310 381

111316 15 15 2118

300 381 381 536

5 8 14 26.5

2.3 3.7 6.3 12.0

Series ET-ASF
Combination Packages
FV4-M1

Series ET-ASF hydronic boiler combination packages make it easier to buy system components by including an ET expansion tank, AS air scoop, and FV4-M1 float vent valve all in one package and for a lower cost than buying each of the components separately.
Float Vent FV-4M1 1" (25mm) 11/4" (32mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1/8" (3mm) Combination Packages
ET-15-ASF ET-15-ASF ET-30-ASF ET-30-ASF ET-60-ASF ET-60-ASF X X X X X X X X X X X X

AS 1" (25mm) or 114" (32mm)

Model

Air Scoop

Expansion Tank ET-15 ET-30 ET-90

ET-15, ET-30 or ET-60

X X X X X X

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NON-POTABLE

Series HP
Boiler Trim-Out Packages
Series HP boiler trim-out packages contain all the essential trim-out components of a quality boiler installation in a single easy to carry package.
Package Includes:
18 18

" (3mm), FV4-M1 Float Vent " (3mm) SCV 911S or B911S Combination Backflow Preventer and Boiler Fill Valve

AS Air Scoop 1" or 114" (25 or 32 mm)


12

" (13mm) SCV ET-30

Expansion Tank

Package Selection Chart


Service Check Valve 1" (25mm) 11/4" (32mm) 1/8" (3mm) 1/2" (15mm) Boiler Trim-out Packages
HP-C HP-D HP-15C HP-15D HP-30 BC HP-30 BD HP-15 BC HP-15 BD HP-15 BF HP-30 BF HPP X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

Model

Air Scoop

Float Vent FV-4M1 DuoVent 1/8" (3mm) 1/8" (3mm)


X X X X X X X X X X X

Fill Valve B1156

Fill Valve/ Backflow Preventer 911S B911S


X X X X X X X X

Flow Check 2000S-M5 1" (25mm)

Expansion Tank ET-15 ET-30

X X X X X X X X X X X X

X X X

Series HP Bronze
Bronze Boiler Trim Packages
Series HP bronze boiler trim packages contain all the essential trim-out components of a quality boiler installation in a single easy to carry package. These packages include a bronze air scoop and bronze combination fill valve/backflow preventer. Package Includes:
12 12

" FV4-M1 Float Vent " SCV Service Check

12

1" or 114" AS-B Air Scoop " SCV Service Check ET-30 or ET-15 Expansion Tank B911S Combination Backflow Preventer and Boiler Fill Valve

Package Selection Chart


MODEL AS-B-S 1" 114" 1" AIR SCOOP AS-B-T 114"
12

SERVICE CHECK VALVE "

FLOAT VENT FV-4M1 12"

FILL VALVE/ BACKFLOW PREVENTER B911S 12"

EXPANSION TANK ET-15 12" ET-30 12"

HP-15C-AB-S HP-15D-AB-S HP-15C-AB-T HP-15D-AB-T HP-30C-AB-S HP-30D-AB-S HP-30C-AB-T HP-30D-AB-T

X X X X X X X X

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X X

X X X X X X X X

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NON-POTABLE

Series ETX, ETSX


Pressurized Expansion Tanks for Heating and Cooling Systems*
Series ETX and ETSX Pressurized Expansion Tanks for Heating and Cooling Systems are designed to absorb the increased volume of water created when water is heated. These tanks maintain system pressure below the relief setting of the relief valve. The Series ETX and ETSXs pre-pressurized steel tank features a durable expansion membrane that prevents contact of the water with the air in the tank. This rugged diaphragm minimizes loss of the air change and ensures long and trouble-free life for the system.
Series ETX

Features
Precharged at 12psi (82.7 kPa) Rugged flexible butyl diaphragm In-line and free standing models Compatible with glycol in systems Steel construction

Models
ETX ETSX Mounts to supply piping Free standing

Specifications
Furnish and install as shown on plans a Watts Model ETX/ETSX _____ gallon _____ diameter x ____ (high) precharged steel expansion tank with a fixed butyl bladder. The tank shall have an NPT system connection and a .302-32 charging valve connection (standard tire valve) to facilitate the on-site charging of the tank to meet system requirements. The tank shall be factory precharged to 12psi. The tank shall be a Watts Regulator Company Series ETX or ETSX. Maximum Working Temperature: 240F (115C) Maximum Working Pressure: ETX-15, ETX-30, ETX-60: 75psi (517 kPa) ETX-90 and ETSX Series: 100psi (6.89 bars) Precharge (field adjustable): 12psi (82.7 kPa)
*Not for use on potable water systems.

Series ETSX

16

NON-POTABLE

Quick Sizing Chart


Boiler Output Net BTU/H
20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000 125,000 150,000 175,000 200,000 250,000 300,000 350,000 400,000 500,000 600,000 700,000 800,000 900,000 1,000,000 1,200,000 1,400,000 1,500,000

Finned Tube Baseboard


ETX-15 ETX-15 ETX-15 ETX-15 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETSX-30 ETSX-30 ETSX-30 ETSX-30 ETSX-40 ETSX-40 ETSX-60 ETSX-60 ETSX-60 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-110 ETSX-110

Convectors or Unit Heaters Suggested Selection


ETX-15 ETX-15 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETSX-30 ETSX-40 ETSX-40 ETSX-60 ETSX-60 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-110 ETSX-110 ETSX-110 ETSX-110 ETSX-160 ETSX-160

Cast Iron Radiators


ETX-15 ETX-15 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-90 ETX-90 ETX-90 ETSX-40 ETSX-40 ETSX-60 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-110 ETSX-110 ETSX-110 ETSX-160 ETSX-160 ETSX-110 (2)

Cast Iron Baseboard


ETX-15 ETX-15 ETX-30 ETX-30 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-60 ETX-90 ETX-90 ETX-90 ETX-90 ETSX-30 ETSX-30 ETSX-30 ETSX-40 ETSX-40 ETSX-60 ETSX-60 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-90 ETSX-110 ETSX-110

Note: These recommendations are based on the average water volume of typical closed systems. Fill pressure 12psi, relief valve set pressure of 30psi and system temperature of 200F.

Diameter

Diameter

Height Height

ETX Model Connection Size (DN)


gal. liters gal.

ETSX Accept. Volume Diameter


mm. in mm. in

Tank Volume
liter in

Height
mm. lbs.

Weight
kgs.

ETX-15 ETX-30 ETX-60 ETX-90 ETSX-30 ETSX-40 ETSX-60 ETSX-90 ETSX-110 ETSX-160

/ " MNPT / " MNPT 1/2" MNPT 3/4" MNPT 1" FNPT 1" FNPT 1" FNPT 11/4" FNPT 11/4" FNPT 11/4" FNPT

1 2 1 2

15 15 15 20 25 25 25 32 32 32

2.1 4.5 6.0 15.0 15.0 20.0 33.0 44.0 62.0 81.0

7.9 17.1 22.8 57.0 57.0 76.0 125.4 167.2 235.6 307.8

1.0 2.5 3.0 6.0 6.0 8.0 13.3 17.7 24.9 32.6

3.8 9.5 11.4 22.8 22.8 30.4 50.5 67.3 94.6 123.9

8 11 113/8 16 16 16 16 21 21 21

203 279 290 406 406 406 406 533 533 533

121/2 14 173/16 2013/16 2111/16 2813/16 4213/16 363/16 477/8 62

318 356 437 528 551 732 1087 919 1217 1575

0.5 10.0 11.5 28.0 32.0 39.0 57.0 72.0 112.0 123.0

0.23 4.54 5.22 12.70 14.51 17.69 28.85 32.66 50.80 55.79 17

NON-POTABLE ASME

Series ETA
ASME Pressurized Expansion Tanks for Heating and Cooling Systems

Models ETA 15 ETA 240


Series ETA tanks are ASME fixed bladder type precharged expansion tanks. They are designed to absorb the expansion forces and control the pressure in heating and cooling systems. The water is contained in the heavy duty bladder preventing tank corrosion and waterlogging problems.

Features
ASME Section VIII Construction Heavy duty butyl bladder Precharged to 12psi (82 kpa) (Field Adjustable) Shell: Carbon steel Bladder: Heavy duty butyl Primer coated exterior System Connection

Specifications
Furnish and install as shown on plans a Watts Model ETA ____ gallon ____ " diameter x ____" (high) pre-charged steel expansion tank with a fixed butyl bladder. The tank shall have a top NPT system connection and a .302" 32" (7.6 812.8mm) charging valve connection (standard tire valve) to facilitate the on-site charging of the tank to meet system requirements. The tank must be constructed in accordance with Section VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Maximum Design Pressure: ETA 15 ETA 60: 150psi (10 bars) ETA 80 ETA 240: 125psi (8.5 bars) Precharged to 12psi (82 kPa) Maximum Design Temperature: 240F (115C) For additional information, request literature ES-ETA. ETA 15 and ETA 20 Model System Connection Size (DN)
in. mm

Lift Ring

Charging Valve

System Connection

Charging Valve

O.A.H. Dia.

O.A.H.

Dia.

C ETA 40 ETA 240 Weight C


in. mm lbs. kgs.

Tank Volume
Gals. Liters

Acceptance Volume
Gals. Liters

Max. Operating Pressure


psig bars in.

Dimensions (approx.) Dia.


mm in.

Height
mm

ETA 15 ETA 20 ETA 40 ETA 60 ETA 80 ETA 100 ETA 120 ETA 144 ETA 180 ETA 200 ETA 240 18

3 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2

34

20 20 25 25 25 25 40 40 40 40 40

7.8 10.9 25 35 45 60 70 80 90 115 140

29.6 41.4 95 133 171 228 266 304 342 437 532

2.5 2.5 10 10 21 21 48 48 48 48 52

9.5 9.5 38 38 80 80 182.4 182.4 182.4 182.4 197.6

150 150 150 150 125 125 125 125 125 125 125

10 10 10 10 8.6 8.6 8.6 8.6 8.6 8.6 8.6

12 12 16 16 20 20 24 24 24 24 24

305 305 406 406 508 508 610 610 610 610 610

19 26 33 45 38 49 46 49 52 66 78

483 660 838 1143 968 1245 1168 1245 1321 1676 1981

12 12 18 18 22 22 22 22 22

305 305 457 457 559 559 559 559 559

42 52 84 97 148 175 259 268 283 325 362

19 24 38 44 67 79 117 122 128 147 164

NON-POTABLE ASME

Series ET-RA
ASME Pressurized Expansion Tanks for Heating and Cooling Systems
E D Lift Ring

Models ET-RA 35 ET-RA 2000


Series ET-RA tanks are ASME removable bladder type pre-charged expansion tanks. They are designed to absorb the expansion forces and control the pressure in heating and cooling systems. The water is contained in the heavy duty bladder, preventing tank corrosion and waterlogging problems.
A B

Features
ASME Section VIII Code Construction Removable butyl bladder Precharged to 12psi (82 kpa) (Field Adjustable) Shell: Carbon steel Bladder: Heavy duty butyl Primer coated exterior G

ET-RA 85 ET-RA 800

Lift Ring
C

Specifications
Furnish and install as shown on plans a Watts Model ET-RA ____ gallon ____ " diameter x ____" (high) pre-charged steel expansion tank with a heavy duty butyl rubber bladder. The tank shall have NPT system connections and a .302" - 32" (7.6 812mm) charging valve connection (standard tire valve) to facilitate the on-site charging of the tank to meet system requirements. The tank must be constructed in accordance with Section VIII of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. Maximum Design Pressure: 125psi* (8.5 bars) Maximum Design Temperature: 240F (115C) Precharged to 12psi (83 kPa) *Models with 200 and 250psi ratings are available.

System Connection C 2"

Charging Valve E

B
B A

1" NPT w/Plug

Lift Ring

ET-RA 35 and ET-RA 50

Drain D A ET-RA 1000 ET-RA 2000

For additional information, request literature ES-ET-RA. Model Tank Volume


Gals. Liters

Tank A (DN)
in. mm in.

B
mm in.

C
mm in.

D 19 19 25 25 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 38 1 2 1 2 1 2 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4

Dimensions (approx.) E
mm in.

Weight F
mm in.

G
mm lbs. kgs.

ET-RA 35 ET-RA 50 ET-RA 85 ET-RA 130 ET-RA 200 ET-RA 300 ET-RA 400 ET-RA 500 ET-RA 600 ET-RA 800 ET-RA 1000 ET-RA 1200 ET-RA 1400 ET-RA 1600 ET-RA 2000

10 13 23 35 53 79 106 132 158 211 264 317 370 422 528

38 49.4 87.4 133 201.4 300 402.8 501.6 600.4 801.8 1003.2 1204.6 1406 1603.6 2006.4

12 14 16 20 24 24 30 30 30 36 36 36 36 48 48

305 356 400 508 610 610 750 750 750 900 900 900 900 1200 1200

25 25 37 37 43 55 49 57 65 63 74 86 99 72 85

635 635 940 940 1092 1397 1245 1448 1651 1600 1880 2184 2515 1829 2159

3 4 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2

34

13 13 13 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19 19

.302" -32NC .302" -32NC .302" -32NC

12 16 20 20 24 24 24 30

305 406 508 508 610 610 610 762

5 1 2 5 1 2 5 1 4 5 1 4 5 1 4 5 1 4 5 1 4 5 1 4

140 140 133 133 133 133 133 133

40 50 90 125 210 225 300 335 360 475 710 720 875 1100 1280

18 23 41 57 95 102 136 152 163 215 322 327 397 499 581

Note: Models ET-RA 85 ET-RA 800 have both top and bottom connections (C and D) to access the bladder. 19

NOTES

20

NOTES

21

For Technical Assistance Call Your Authorized Watts Agent.


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