Garden valve with vacuum valve and key

Our garden valves are self-draining and therefore frost-proof even if you forget to dismantle the garden hose before the season with degrees below zero. However, we recommended that you always remove the hose and coupling when there is a risk of low temperatures.


  • Self-draining
  • With vacuum valve and key
  • With approved non-return valve
  • Frost-proof even if the hose/coupling is connected
  • Can be cut to suit wall thickness
  • Wall bracket: H=106 mm, W=66 mm, diagonal screw holes
  • Approved backflow prevention device, EN-Standard EN 1717

Backflow protection unit type HD

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No. FMM No. RSK Description
1 37570400 4316710 Spindle, L=400 mm
1 37570600 4316711 Spindle, L=600 mm
1 37571000 4316712 Spindle, L=1000 mm
2 37551000 4316708 Valve body with cone and nut
3 39144300 4316713 Fastening details
4 29815000 5045393 Chrome, 10 pcs
4 29815009 5045391 Chrome
5 35160009 4316706 Headwork for loose key, retail packed
6 35160019 4316707 Headwork for loose handle, retail packed
7 42760009 4316714 Key, retail packed
8 42770000 4316715 Handle
9 37590000 Screw M5x6
10 37580000 5438346 Valve cone kit for spindle 3757
11 37801790 8314140 O-ring 17,3 x 2,4, 2 pcs
12 37521000 Guiding ring, 3 pcs


Accepted installation instructions

Safe Water Installation (Säker Vatteninstallation) is a set of industry* regulations to safeguard the quality of sanitary installations, prevent injury and damage and ensure compliance with the building regulations of the Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning (Boverket).


Lead Free means that we have eliminated the lead that is normally found in brass alloys. This will reduce environmental impact of the products. Products classified as Lead Free contain less than 0.1 % lead.


Energy labelling is an objective rating system that shows exactly how much energy a mixer uses. The system was developed by a number of players including sanitary fittings manufacturers, building companies, property owners and authorities such as the Swedish Energy Agency. It is based on standardised laboratory tests and certification rules. Its aim is simple: to offer impartial help for buyers, installation firms, air conditioning consultants and consumers. The mixer’s energy performance is assessed by measuring and registering water pressure, mixed water temperature and flushing time for twelve different activities. The values registered for each of these activities are added together to obtain a total energy consumption value, which is displayed on the label. This total value determines the mixer’s energy rating.