John Guest 3/8″ to 3/8″ Push Fit Shut Off Valve

SKU: PPSV041212W

£10.00

John Guest 3/8″ to 3/8″ Push Fit Shut Off Valve PPSV040808W  Model number: PPSV040808W For use with 3/8 Inch (10 mm diameter) water filter tube. Use this handy device to provide a shut off facility to your water filter system. By simply turning the blue handle, you will shut off supply to your water filter or &hell... More description

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John Guest 3/8″ to 3/8″ Push Fit Shut Off Valve PPSV040808W 

Model number: PPSV040808W

For use with 3/8 Inch (10 mm diameter) water filter tube.

Use this handy device to provide a shut off facility to your water filter system. By simply turning the blue handle, you will shut off supply to your water filter or water cooler system.

The shut off valve is very useful for use with Reverse Osmosis Water Filters, Fridge water filters, Fish tanks, Ice makers, Coffee Machines, Home breweries, Water Coolers, Hot Water taps and many other applications.

Otherwise known as a “ball-valve” the John Guest shut off valve is the most reliable and high quality with NSF certification (standard 51 and 62) and FDA approved materials, guaranteeing safety with water and food applications.

 

Specifications

Model PPSV041212W
SKU PPSV041212W
Brand John Guest
Filter Parameter No
In Depth John Guest 1/4″ to 1/4″ Push Fit Shut Off Valve PPSV041212W

Shut of valve, in-line pushfit with 1/4″ X 1/4″ push fit connections.

Model number: PPSV041212W

For use with 1/4 Inch (6.25 mm diameter) water filter tube.

Material: Polypropylene

NSF certification (standard 51 and 62) and FDA approved materials

Weight- 0.013 kg

MADE IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

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