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Last edited 14 Sep 2021
Thermostatic mixing valve
Water safety in buildings, published by the World Health Organization in 2011, defines thermostatic mixing valves as: ‘Tempering valves that are typically temperature-activated. Used to mix hot and cold water to achieve a predetermined outlet temperature, and that are fitted between the water heater and the point of use to control the distribution temperature. Slightly different temperature ranges are used in some countries.’
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