A plumber is about to install a Runtal wall heater (neptune) on my
wall. Here's the pipes to which he'll attach it:
I was wondering if there exists a valve that could be attached here.
There is just not enough space for a conventional valve and I don't
mind if it is something that I would need to use a wrench to operate.
I'm guessing from the pic that you need a 3/4" sweat
to 1/2" MIPS angle.
And one angle union fitting too, if there will only
be one valve.
The first link has some attractive valves without
ugly handles. Get some catalogs, make some calls.
Thanks for the responses. It's a hydronic heater. To complicate the
matters, I need this part before Wed, which is when the plumber is
coming. Given that, what would be my top 2 or 3 choices of places to
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