Thermostatic Mixing Valves

TMV - Thermostatic Mixing Valve - is a mechanical valve that mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe, controlled hot water outlet temperature to either showers, baths or wash hand basins. A TMV reduces scalding risks within a care environment. Scalding risks exists in care environments as the hot water system is normally circulated around the...

TMV - Thermostatic Mixing Valve - is a mechanical valve that mixes hot and cold water to provide a safe, controlled hot water outlet temperature to either showers, baths or wash hand basins. A TMV reduces scalding risks within a care environment. Scalding risks exists in care environments as the hot water system is normally circulated around the building between 55 - 65°C.  It circulates at this temperature to reduce the risk of the Legionella bacteria, however this circulating temperature is unsafe for bathing or showering. TMV's are used to further reduce and regulate the temperature of hot water to a safer temperature for bathing, showering and general hygiene. TMV's also have a failsafe safety function should there be a disruption to either the hot or cold water supply - known as TMV's failsafe function.

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