NZS 4608:1992 Control valves for hot water systems - SPONSORED

Abbreviation
NZS 4608:1992
Valid from
22/12/1992

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This Standard specifies the requirements for control valves used in conjunction with hot water supply systems suitable for static supply pressures up to 2000 kPa (204 mH2O) and working pressures up to 600 kPa (61 mH2O) with temperatures not normally exceeding 85 oC. The methods of test detailed herein determine the ability of the valves to perform within specified limits of water pressure and temperature.

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NZS 4608:1992 Control valves for hot water systems - SPONSORED

Description

This Standard specifies the requirements for control valves used in conjunction with hot water supply systems suitable for static supply pressures up to 2000 kPa (204 mH2O) and working pressures up to 600 kPa (61 mH2O) with temperatures not normally exceeding 85 oC. The methods of test detailed herein determine the ability of the valves to perform within specified limits of water pressure and temperature.

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NZS 4608:1992 Control valves for hot water systems - SPONSORED
Description

This Standard specifies the requirements for control valves used in conjunction with hot water supply systems suitable for static supply pressures up to 2000 kPa (204 mH2O) and working pressures up to 600 kPa (61 mH2O) with temperatures not normally exceeding 85 oC. The methods of test detailed herein determine the ability of the valves to perform within specified limits of water pressure and temperature.

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NZS 4608:1992 Control valves for hot water systems - SPONSORED

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