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Thermostatic Mixing Valves & Pressure Reducing Valves
Whether for commercial or residential use, controlling the temperature and pressure of water is a useful way of preventing injuries and accidents, as well as helping to reduce water wastage.
Thermostatic mixing valves (TMVs) work by blending hot water with cooler water to prevent scalding injuries.
Water is typically heated to temperatures that are dangerous to the touch to kill bacteria. A TMV can help set water temperature in a tap or shower to a consistent and safe temperature, helping to protect children or others who are at risk of scalding.
Pressure reducing valves (PRVs) use ‘drop tight’ control to take water at higher pressures and release it at a lower bar. They have their uses in workplaces or commercial settings where an increase in activity could lead to higher water pressures from source, resulting in mess-making bursts of water from taps.
What thermostatic mixing valves, pressure reducing valves and safety relief valves do you have for sale?
We offer a range of solutions including bypass valves, pressure reducers and air vents from leading brands like Honeywell, Danfoss, Siemens and more.
Several options include gauges for ongoing monitoring of water pressures. This is important in commercial settings where the valves may be used in manufacturing processes, where regulated measurements are crucial to the efficiency of operations.
If you’re not sure which gauge is the right one for your project, please contact our team who will put their expertise to good use and find the right solution for you.
What to consider before buying safety valves
Many new build residential projects require thermostatic mixing valves to be installed as standard to prevent injuries, so make sure your choice meets the relevant requirements and regulations before purchasing.
Our pressure reducing valves work to a variety of maximum pressures and temperatures, so be sure to determine what values are required ahead of making a purchase.
The application and flow rate are two key considerations you will have to make before buying PRVs.
Why buy thermostatic mixing valves and pressure reducing valves from City Plumbing?
We’ve been supplying the plumbing trade and homeowners for almost 40 years and have built up a wealth of knowledge and expertise in that time.
If you need help narrowing down your online search for thermostatic mixing valves, pressure reducing valves and safety relief valves, contact us and our friendly experts will be happy to help.