UNDERFLOOR HEATING PUMP MIXING BLENDING VALVE

E112W

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The valve works at lower temperature than radiator systems,with temperatures between 35oC to 65oC depending upon the constructon of the floor.The blending is the heart of the control system with hot water from the boiler mixed to supply water at the correct temperature back to the underfloor pipework.The supply temperature of the water can be adjusted to suit the construction of the floor.

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                                           THE THERMOSTATIC CONTROLLER OVERVIEW

                                                                                           blending mixing valve for underfloor heating manifold

Technical Specification

  • Maximum static pressure: 10 bar
  • Maximum temperature: 85°C
  • Adjustable control range: 35°C to 65°C
  • Factory pre-set: 45°C (Control knob is in the adjustable position)
Pack Contents

  • water supply system components(1 1/2''F*1''M)
  • 2 x rubber gaskets
  • mixed water system components(1 1/2''F*1''M*3/4''F)
  • connection elbow

Suitable For All Manifold Types

Designed to work with manifolds of all types,on 210mm centres providing a quick and simple system to install.

Pump Range

The blending valve can be used with major pumps, on 130mm centres and 1 1/2'' connection.

Have a Closer Look to the Main Features

BLENDING VALVE FOR UNDERFLOOR HEATING MANIFOLD

MIXING BLENDING VALVE WITH PRESSURE GAUGE

blending valve

MIXING CONTROL ADJUSTMENT

The mixed water flow temperature can be easily adjusted by rotating the control knob clockwise to increase the temperature and anticlockwise to reduce it.

EASY TO READ TEMPERATURE AND BAR GAUGE

This temperature and pressure gauge make it easy to read the parameters.

The great thing about it it's that it's also removable.

LEFT-RIGHT INTERCHANGE FUNCTION

The mixer comes from the factory to fit the left-hand site of the manifold.

This can easily be changed to the right-hand site.

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