3/4" Sweat MIXCAL 3-Way Thermostatic Mixing Valve w/ Temperature Gauge Zoom

3/4" Sweat MIXCAL 3-Way Thermostatic Mixing Valve w/ Temperature Gauge

SKU:521519A

Brand: Caleffi

Caleffi
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$116.95
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Specs

Size: 3/4"
Connection Type: Sweat
Max Pressure (PSI): 200
Temperature Range (F): 85°F - 150°F
Max Temp (F): 150°F
Min Temp (F): 85°F
Material: Brass
Body Pattern: 3-Way
Standards Met: ASSE 1017
Application: Point of Source
Flow Capacity (Cv): 3

Description for Caleffi 521519A

Overview

This is an original Caleffi product and was constructed with quality and concern for the consumer in mind. This item was made to go alond with our other Caleffi products

Function

The Caleffi MIXCAL three-way thermostatic mixing valve is used in systems producing domestic hot water or in hydronic and radiant heating systems. It maintains the desired output temperature of the mixed water supplied to the user at a constant set value compensating for both temperature and pressure fluctuations of the incoming hot and cold water. The valve has been specifically certified to ASSE 1017 and IAPMO R&T.

Product Range

521519A (AC) Adjustable three-way thermostatic mixing valve, sweat connections, outlet temperature gage (check valves) size 3/4"

Technical Specification

Materials: - Body: low-lead brass (<0.25% Lead content)
Shutter: PPO - Springs: Stainless steel
Seals: EPDM
Setting range: 85-150°F (30-65°C)
Tolerance: ±3°F (±2°C)
Max working pressure (static): 200 psi (14 bar)
Max working pressure (dynamic): 70 psi (5 bar)
Max hot water inlet temperature: 200°F (93°C)
Maximum inlet pressure ratio (H/C or C/H): 2:1
Minimum temperature difference between hot water inlet and mixed water outlet for optimum performance: 27°F (15°C)

Certified to: ASSE 1017
Lead Plumbing Law Compliance: (0.25% Max. weighted average lead content)
Lead Plumbing Law Certified by IAPMO R&T

3/4" Sweat MIXCAL 3-Way Thermostatic Mixing Valve w/ Temperature Gauge

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