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 Did I buy the correct ball valve for LP shutoff
Author: RacinNTn (TN)

I just had propane installed and added this ball valve after the low pressure regulator right before it enters my house.

This is a 3/4" Everbilt ball valve made in Italy with the following markings:

600 WOG

150 WSP

SAZ21.15
B16.44

NSF/ANSI61-G

5G is stamped on the body

I'm fairly sure the valve is good for the LP and I read on the back of another valve if stamped 5G the temp range is -40°F and 125°.

It looks like a water shut off because of the long handle and that's what made me question this valve.


Thank you for your help!

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 Re: Did I buy the correct ball valve for LP shutoff
Author: packy (MA)

it is fine..

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 Re: Did I buy the correct ball valve for LP shutoff
Author: Wheelchair (IL)

WOG, stands for Water-Oxygeon-gas.

As advised, you are good to go.

Best Wishes

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 Re: Did I buy the correct ball valve for LP shutoff
Author: hj (AZ)

How about water/oil/gas. It would NOT be for oxygen unless there was absolutely NO OIL anywhere in the valve.

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 Re: Did I buy the correct ball valve for LP shutoff
Author: Wheelchair (IL)

You caught my voice computer speeding and my mind, out of gear. Yes, its oil.
Thanks
Best Wishes

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