We are proud to announce our new comprehensive Thermostatic Mixing Valve test Kit.
|0/100°C certified accuracy of +/- 0.5ºC or better between
Accuracy: +/- 0.5% or better (0.5ºC)
|0/800 kPa (certified accuracy +/- 3%)
|Flow Cup Units:
|Litres per minute (non-Certified)
|Download test data, no costs, ongoing access with free APP
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The Thermostatic Mixing Valve Test Kit is also an essential tool for maintaining water safety. This kit is designed to measure and regulate the temperature of water for a constant and safe temperature for various applications.
When it comes to water usage, safety is paramount. The Thermostatic Mixing Valve Test Kit is a game-changer for plumbers. It helps them ensure that the water temperature from outlets, such as baths and showers, is constant and safe. This kit features temperature probes and specialised software to accurately measure and control the water’s temperature.
Moreover, certified analogue pressure gauges and ball and peach valves contribute to precise adjustments. Plumbers use it to guarantee that the water flowing from outlets doesn’t exceed a specific safe temperature, preventing scalding accidents. With its standard flow measurement and certified accuracy, this kit allows every user to enjoy a safe shower experience, free from sudden hot or cold water shocks.
In fire safety, water temperature matters, too. The Thermostatic Mixing Valve Test Kit plays a vital role here as well. Firefighters need a constant water flow at the right temperature to combat fires effectively. This kit maintains the mixed water temperature for fire suppression systems within the safe outlet temperature range. It guarantees the water doesn’t harm firefighters or damaged equipment due to extreme temperatures.
The accuracy of the digital temperature software guarantees that adjustments are precise and consistent, maintaining a blended temperature safe for firefighting. With this kit, firefighters can rely on water availability at the required temperature, ensuring optimal performance in fire emergencies.