Waterous 2.5″ Discharge Repair Kit
Actuator Gasket (1)
Wave Spring (1)
Gear Motor Gasket (1)
O-ring, 1/2 X 5/8 (2)
O-ring, 9/16 X 3/4 (1)
O-ring, 1 X 1-1/4 (2)
O-ring, 2-1/8 X 2-3/8 (1)
O-ring, 2-1/2 X 2-3/4 (1)
O-ring, 2-3/4 X 3 (1)
O-ring, 3-1/4 X 3-1/2 (1)
O-ring, 3-3/8 X 3-5/8 (1)
Use to repair valves 8951, 80268, 80489, 80599, 81133, 81193, 81300, 82615 & 82618
A Waterous 2.5″ Discharge Valve Repair Kit is a collection of replacement parts and components designed to repair or maintain the 2.5-inch discharge valve on Waterous fire pumps or related firefighting equipment. Discharge valves are crucial elements in firefighting systems, as they control the flow of water or other firefighting agents from the pump to the hoses, nozzles, and other equipment used in fire suppression efforts.
The repair kit typically includes various components such as gaskets, seals, O-rings, valve seats, springs, and other necessary parts that may wear out or get damaged over time due to regular use, harsh environments, or aging. Having a repair kit on hand allows firefighters or maintenance personnel to quickly address issues with the discharge valve, ensuring that the firefighting equipment remains functional and reliable when needed.
When using a Waterous 2.5″ Discharge Valve Repair Kit, it is essential to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations for proper installation and maintenance.
In 1906, the company relocated to South St. Paul, Minnesota, and changed its name to Waterous Engine Works Company. This move signified the beginning of a new era of growth and expansion. The company’s constant drive to innovate led to the development of new technologies, such as the first internal combustion engine-driven fire pump in 1917, and the first gasoline-powered, high-pressure fire pump in 1922. These innovations helped to solidify Waterous as a leader in the firefighting equipment industry.
Throughout the 20th century, Waterous continued to grow and innovate. The company was involved in several mergers and acquisitions, which helped to diversify its product range and strengthen its market position. In 1988, the Waterous Company was acquired by American Cast Iron Pipe Company (ACIPCO), a reputable company in the water and wastewater infrastructure sector. This acquisition further expanded Waterous’ capabilities and allowed the company to reach new markets.
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