Camco 40143 RV Plastic Water Pressure Regulator – Lead Free

Camco RV Plastic Water Pressure Regulator stops damage to your RV water hose, pump or internal lines from inconsistent water pressure in campgrounds. Reduce water pressure to a safe, consistent 40–50 lbs of operational pressure. Protects equipment and prevents hose failure, to help prolong equipment life. (FGH x MGH) Patented. For outdoor use only.

Product Features

  • Stops damage to the RV water hose, pump or internal lines from inconsistent water pressure in campgrounds by reducing water pressure to a safe and consistent 40-50 lbs of pressure
  • Durable ABS plastic construction
  • Protects equipment and prevents hose failure
  • 3/4″ M x F garden hose threads
  • Compliant with all federal and state level low lead laws. CSA Low Lead Content Certified to NSF/ANSI 372

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2 Responses to Camco 40143 RV Plastic Water Pressure Regulator – Lead Free

  1. Familyofsix says:

    Misleading description! See photo of the back of this product “lead…wash hands after handling”?! This is getting returned. I bought this after seeing that it “Complies with California’s AB1953 and Vermont Act 193 Low Lead Laws”. I thought, great its safe for my family’s drinking water, I will buy it. Guess what? It complies because it tells you on the back of the packaging it contains lead, rather than hiding it. See the photo I took.I returned it. For $5 more, you can get a lead free one and not have to worry about poisoning yourself and family.”This product contains…

  2. jwm1941.dec says:

    REGULATES VOLUMNE, NOT PRESSURE This not really a “pressure regulator”, it’s a “volume regulator”. Explained: the diameter of the inside of this brass fitting is smaller than the “hose” diameter; which will regulate the quantity of water passing through; but will not change the “pressure”. Test: at Lowes or HomeDepot you can buy a tester (about $5-$7.50). If you put the tester on the end of this devise and turn on the water, you will read the same pressure as if you put the “Terster”…