Valterra Lead-Free Brass High-Flow Water Regulator

Catalog Item # 49510

Protect your RV's plumbing system against high pressures and get better water flow with the Valterra Lead-Free Brass High-Flow Water Regulator.

This high-flow water regulator is factory-set to keep outlet pressure between 50 – 55 psi. And for better showers, it offers 15 – 20% more flow than standard regulators. It has a lead-free construction (as indicated by the easy-to-use Valterra orange gripper) and conforms to federal and state laws for drinking water fixtures. Fits all standard water hose and campground water risers (recommended for late model RVs).

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 29 reviews (5 Based on 29 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Made of brass (1)
Cons
  • Poorly made (2)

Better safe than sorry!

by l nevins – July 23, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

My very first extended vacation, back in the day, started off with an 8 hour drive from NY to VA during a heat wave. We were towin

So far, so good

by Phil Dickey – February 25, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Having lived full time on the road for over seventeen years,we've been through a number of pressure regulators, from the $5 plast

Follow-up review; I STILL like it!

by Phil Dickey – December 28, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

In February of last year, I reviewed this product after using it for only a couple of weeks. I was impressed by the flow rate. F

Hi Flow Water Regulator

by Russell Formento – October 31, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

I like product because it is nice to have more water pressure when taking showers.

Increased flow volume

by Ken Holmes – July 17, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

I was impressed with the increase in the flow of water through the taps of my unit. The kitchen sink filled quickly saving time

This can be used on a RV manufactured after 1987. Please check your owners manual for anything older than that to ensure it can handle the psi.
by Camping World – February 25, 2016
by Anonymous – September 22, 2015
Advertisement says not recommended for older RVs.
This can be used on a RV manufactured after 1987. Please check your owners manual for anything older than that to ensure it can handle the psi.
by Camping World – September 23, 2015
by Richard – June 04, 2015
I have a 2009Puma 30ft camper, and the water pressure inside is very weak. I have cleaned all the screens in the faucets, helped but still very low water pressure. Thanks for your help. Kind regards
SKU#49510 is an inline model regulator, it attaches directly to the city water source, and then your drinking water hose from the regulator to your city water inlet on the RV. If you are having a low pressure issue inside your RV when directly connected to city water, you may want to check the specs of your city water inlet. Some inlets have a built-in regulator set for 40 to 50 PSI or lower. The regulator usually cannot be changed on the inlet so the entire unit will have to be replaced with a model that has a higher pressure threshold like item#77385 or use an inlet with no regulator while using an inline model like #49510.
by Camping World – October 22, 2015

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