Simpson Cleaning gold thermal relief valve 7101359
7101359 TRV Thermal relief valve side view of valve 7101359 Gold GY Series TRV Dimensions of valve 1/4 NPT Simpson Cleaning gold thermal relief valve 7101359

7101359 Thermal Relief Valve - GY Gold Series 1/4" NPT

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7101359
$10.97
Part Number: 7101359
Brand: AAA, OEM, DeWalt, Excell, Simpson, Delco
Shipping Weight: 0.125 Lbs

The 7101359 is a Thermal Relief Valve (TRV) with a 1/4" NPT fitting used with a cold water pressure washer pump.

This TRV is a 140 Degree cold water relief valve Gold GY Series Original Equipment TRV used on OEM Technologies and AAA pressure washer pumps and helps protects the pump from overheating while in bypass mode.

The TRV, also known as the Thermal Relief Valve, functions by releasing small amounts of hot water from the directional port. This process helps cooler water to enter the pump and prevent overheating, which ultimately extends the lifespan of the pump.

The 7101359 TRV was the main Thermal Relief valve used on almost all Simpson pressure washer pumps using AAA, and OEM pumps under 4500 PSI.


SPECIFICATIONS: GY1813, GY2110, A11604

  • Flow 8 GPM 30 L/min
  • Pressure (Maximum) 90 PSI 6.2 bar
  • Continuous Temperature 140 ºF 60 ºC
  • Inlet 1/4" NPT
  • Weight 0.3 lbs. 0.14 kg

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Installing a thermal relief valve is an important step in ensuring the safety of your equipment.
A thermal relief valve is designed to relieve excess pressure that can build up in your system due to high temperatures.

This valve is typically installed on the outlet of a pump or other high-pressure system, and it is designed to open automatically when the pressure exceeds a certain level.
To install a thermal relief valve, you must first select the appropriate valve for your system.
This will depend on the size and pressure rating of your system and the temperature range you need to protect against.
Once you have selected the valve, you must install it in the appropriate location on your system.
o install the valve, you must first shut down your system and relieve any pressure that may be present.
Then, you can install the valve using the appropriate fittings and connections, following the manufacturer's instructions carefully.
Once the valve is installed, you must test it to ensure it functions properly. Overall, installing a thermal relief valve is a simple but essential step in ensuring the safety and reliability of your equipment.
By taking the time to install this valve, you can protect your system from excess pressure and prevent potentially dangerous situations from occurring.
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