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Pegler Prestex Float Valve Part 1 (90110)

1/2". High pressure valve.

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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 61 reviewers.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Cheap and easy Helped out an elderly neighbour with a dripping header tank, bought this instead of messing around and changing washers. Quality bit of kit for the price and my neighbour is very pleased with the results 20 Jul 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by No more drips from overflow Was a stright forward replacement. Could have changed the washer but just wanted to get it fixed 1st time so replaced the whole valve. 18 Jun 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Replacing existing float valve Bought with ScrewFix WC Float Ball with Brass Inlet 4½" (76297). The pair work well together. I used to replaced existing identical many-years-old parts. It may be that I only really needed to replace the rubber part in the valve, but I now have a completely new valve, so not complaining. Note that this valve does not come with a ball or nut-&-olive to connect to a 15mm pipe. I used the existing nut and olive without problem. The spec/description given may not be enough for everyone... The end of the arm reaches 11 inches from my tank wall where the valve is fitted. With the essential ball fitted, the tanks needs to be at least 15.5 inches from wall to wall. There is no adjustment to the valve off-position - unlike in my toilet cistern. One can only bend the ?solid? bar, which is difficult after fitting. The two supplied bolts for fitting to the tank are about 1 3/8 inch. I guess this is quite standard. This product is a simple well established design which does the job adequately It works by pushing a small rubber disc against the open end of the inlet water pipe as the arm rises. Don't forget to fit the valve the right way up! Can't review reliability until in service for a few years, but looks fit for service. 10 Jun 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good value. A float valve is a float valve. This one was good value. Simple. 26 Apr 2016
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I need to replace the float valve in my cold water tank. I can only find them to fit 15mm piping; but the one that needs replaced, and the plumbing feeding it is 22mm :-(
13 Jun 2016
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Hi pcplumb, in the abscence of a 22mm Float Valve in the range it is possible to fit a 22mm x 15mm reducer in the supply pipe prior to the valve. However this will reduce the flow rate feeding into the tank.

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Hi Dexy,

No the part 1 valve is not an equilibrium valve you require the part 2 version - Pegler Prestex Float Valve Part 2 - Product Code: 27627.

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This is for use in the loft cold water tank.
22 Jan 2016
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I thought it was just that the 2-part has a sliding attachment for the float where the 1-part it goes straight on the end of the arm
So it depends how high above the water level the supply hole is
13 Jun 2016
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Hi,

As a general rule Part 1 Floatvalves are used on heating systems and Part 2 for general domestic.

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Hi,
Unfortunately no the float ball has to be purchased as a separate component.

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Specification
Brand Pegler
Model Name Prestex
Model No 514071
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Product Height 37 mm
Product Length 310 mm
Product Thickness 35 mm
Product Type Float Valve
Total Product Weight 0.3 kg

Arm length: 210mm.