Slimline Aquablend TMV extends maintenance intervals and protects owners against scald injuries and liabilities. Enware Australia have released a new Slimline Aquablend 2000 thermostatic mixing valve to provide delliver controlled-temperature warm water for healthcare, aged care, schools and high risk applications.
The new design of the Slimline Aquablend 2000 thermostatic mixing valve incorporates revised internal components, resulting in fewer parts and improved service intervals, extended from the present one to five years (the same as Enware Australia’s Aquablend 1000 and 1500 models).
According to Enware Australia, the TMV’s internal structure has been simplified through design from a complex brass cartridge component, originally constructed from multiple parts to a streamlined body design. Enware Australia observe that the new design recognises the importance of temperature control of heated water as a safety issue for domestic, commercial, health, hospitality and industry facilities.
The Slimline Aquablend 2000 thermostatic mixing valve is certified to AS/NZS4032.1 2005 and meets the demands of AS/NZS 3500 for heated water temperature control. The Slimline Aquablend 2000 thermostatic mixing valve delivers to plus or minus 2° Celsius under varying temperature and pressure conditions. Safety from scalding and shock is ensured by the thermal shut-off capabilities in the event of cold or hot water supply failure.
The new Slimline Aquablend 2000 thermostatic mixing valve has flow rates of 38 litres a minute. It is suitable for multiple or single fixture outlets and features optional male and female inlets enabling easy installation. The Slimline Aquablend 2000 thermostatic mixing valve is a suitable TMV for installation where young children, elderly or disabled people use the showers, baths, basins and sinks.
Enware Australia also provide the smart flow TMV monitoring system as a risk management tool for performance and maintenance of Aquablend TMVs. The networked system constantly monitors the Aquablend electronically, through a calibrated temperature probe installed into the TMV. It provides engineering personnel with a constant temperature readout and performance status report of all TMVs throughout the facility.