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Its the v5011f1162 honeywell valve a pressure reducer valve ?

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No it is not

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dfef4ee.jpgThe pressure reducing valve on a boiler is the way that the water pressure in the boiler is controlled. The standard pressure for many hot water boilers is considered to be 12 PSI. To keep the boiler pressure at or near the 12 PSI mark a small valve is used for pressure reducing. Most domestic water systems run between 20 and 60 PSI, so the pressure must be reduced for the boiler.

This pressure reducing valve is installed in the pipe that goes from the domestic cold water to somewhere in the piping on the heating system, usually at or near the expansion tank. The valve is mostly maintenance free but will create some problems at times. Some of the things that can go wrong are:

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  2. The valve can become plugged with dirt causing the boiler to not have enough water pressure, which will cause circulation problems with the boiler pumps.
  3. The valve can leak causing a mess around the boiler area.

Replacement of the pressure reducing valve is not difficult if the installer strategically placed manual valves so that the reducing valve can be isolated from the rest of the system for replacement.
If the water pressure reducing valve fails in any way, it is usually best to just replace the whole valve rather than trying to repair or fix it. I have tried a number of times with only temporary results. These valves are not a high dollar item and the time it takes to fix them is not worth it.

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