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The 132 series balancing valve accurately sets the flow rate of
heating and cooling transfer fluid supplied to fan coils and terminal
units or where flow balancing is required in solar thermal systems.
Proper hydronic system balancing ensures that the system
operates according to design specifications, providing satisfactory
thermal comfort with low energy consumption. The flow meter is
housed in a bypass circuit on the valve body and can be shut off
during normal operation. The flow meter permits fast and easy
circuit balancing without added differential pressure gauges and
reference charts. The balancing valve is furnished with a preformed
insulation shell to optimize thermal performance for both hot
and cold water systems.
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Q:Is the lead-based brass, suitable for use in residential hot water circuit (potable water)? I have a Watts recirculating pump on outlet of one of two hot water heaters in parallel with a non-returnable valve on the hot water outlet of the other to prevent recirculating around the heaters all the time. The net result is that I get almost no flow from the heater with the non-return valve - installing one of these balancing valves on each heater should allow me to balance the duty, but they need to be "lead-free".
A:Unfortunately the QuickSetter series of balancing valves are not lead free brass.
Q:Is this meter rated for potable water?
A:No, it is not.
Q:I had a similar unit fail at the threading after less than 2 years. Is there a sweat fitted version? My thinking is if it's soldered on the threads won't have the opportunity to fail.
A:not in 3/4" size