3/8" Compression Inlet Type Mixing Valve, Brass, 4.6 gpm
- Item # 443V82
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- Mfr. Model # 131-FMAB
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- UNSPSC # 40141609
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- Item Mixing Valve
- Body Material Brass
- Flow Rate 4.6 gpm
- Inlet Type Compression
- Outlet Type Compression
- Inlet Size 3/8"
- Outlet Size 3/8"
- Temp. Range 100 Degrees to 180 Degrees F
- Max. Pressure 125 psi
- Overall Height 3-1/2"
- Overall Width 4-7/8"
- Inlet Temperature (Cold) 39 Degrees to 80 Degrees F
- Inlet Temperature (Hot) 120 Degrees to 180 Degrees F
- For Use With Lavatories
- Includes Mounting Bracket
- Standards ASSE 1070, ASME A112.1070, CSA B125.70, CSA B125.3, NSF 372, NSF 61
- Compliance ASSE 1070, ASME A112.1070, CSA B125.70, CSA B125.3, NSF 372, NSF 61
Compliance and Restrictions
This product has been certified by a third party to be compliant with the “Safe Drinking Water Act” requirements for low lead in potable (human consumption - drinking and cooking) and non-potable water applications (non-human consumption).
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