NZS 4617:1989 Tempering (3-port mixing) valves - SPONSORED

Abbreviation
NZS 4617:1989
Valid from
29/11/1989

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
Standards New Zealand
Information type
New Zealand Standard


Description

This Standard covers requirements for tempering valves for storage hot water systems particularly in domestic situations where hot water poses a hazard.

These valves are intended to prevent scalding in locations such as homes, schools, motels and residential premises, where ideally all hot water outlets should be sourced from a tempering valve.

Provides for valves suitable for water inlet temperatures of up to 100 degrees C.

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NZS 4617:1989 Tempering (3-port mixing) valves - SPONSORED

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NZS 4617:1989 Tempering (3-port mixing) valves - SPONSORED

Description

This Standard covers requirements for tempering valves for storage hot water systems particularly in domestic situations where hot water poses a hazard.

These valves are intended to prevent scalding in locations such as homes, schools, motels and residential premises, where ideally all hot water outlets should be sourced from a tempering valve.

Provides for valves suitable for water inlet temperatures of up to 100 degrees C.

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NZS 4617:1989 Tempering (3-port mixing) valves - SPONSORED
Description

This Standard covers requirements for tempering valves for storage hot water systems particularly in domestic situations where hot water poses a hazard.

These valves are intended to prevent scalding in locations such as homes, schools, motels and residential premises, where ideally all hot water outlets should be sourced from a tempering valve.

Provides for valves suitable for water inlet temperatures of up to 100 degrees C.

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