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Mixing Valve, Bronze, 7 gpm

BRADLEY

Price: $787.50 / each

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  • Item # 4YF93
  • Mfr. Model # S19-2000
  • UNSPSC # 40141609
  • Catalog Page # 2421
  • Shipping Weight 5.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemMixing Valve
  • Body MaterialBronze
  • Flow Rate7 gpm
  • Inlet TypeNPT
  • Outlet TypeNPT
  • Inlet Size1/2"
  • Outlet Size1/2"
  • Temp. Range65 Degrees to 95 Degrees F
  • Max. Pressure125 psi
  • Overall Height8-3/8"
  • Overall Width5-1/2"
  • Inlet Temperature (Cold)120 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
  • Inlet Temperature (Hot)180 Degrees F
  • For Use WithEmergency Fixtures
  • StandardsANSI Z358.1
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    In the event of hot water supply failure, a single valve permits cold water bypass. Bradley® Thermostatic Mixing Valve blends hot and cold water to a comfortable flushing temperature. Liquid-filled thermostat maintains water temperature within ±3˚F of desired temperature. If the cold water supply fails, the hot water shut-off automatically shuts off hot water supply to prevent risk of scalding. Built-in strainer check stops prevent the exchange of cold and hot water supply and vice versa. Thermostatic Mixing Valve accommodates up to three eye washes or one eye/face wash. 8 gpm at 30 psi.

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    Valve, Mixing

    are there any valve on this mixer to adjust the temperature up or down?
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    Field of Industry:: Engineering
    Product used for:: steam and cold water mixing
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    Per information provided by the supplier. To adjust the
    temperature, follow the procedure below:
    • remove the top screw to expose the set screw
    • using a 5/32" hex-head Allen key, turn the set
    screw counterclockwise to increase the
    temperature or clockwise to decrease the
    temperature.
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