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1" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

SKU:V135A1014

Brand: Honeywell Braukmann

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Application: Heating
Point of Source
Size: 1"
Max Pressure (PSI): 232
Connection Type: Threaded
Material: Bronze
Flow Capacity (Cv): 5.8
Height: 5-13/16"
Width: 2-15/16"
Valve Action: Diverting
Mixing
Body Pattern: 3-Way
Max Temp (F): 248°F

Description for Honeywell Braukmann V135A1014

Thermostatic Mixing or Diverting Valves for use in hydronic heating systems as a three-way mixing or diverting valve; controls loop temperature in radiant heating systems.

  • Includes plastic handle for manual operation.
  • Knurled ring on T100R control head for easy attachment to V135.


Product Specifications:
  • Application: Thermostatic mixing/diverting valve for use in hydronic heating systems. Controls loop temperature in radiant heating systems.
  • Body Pattern: 3 Way
  • Capacity: Standard
  • Pressure Ratings (Steam (psi) ): 232 psi maximum
  • Differential Pressure Ratings (psi): 17 psi Maximum
  • Temperature Ratings (F): 248F Maximum

1" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

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4.0

Old School technology that works!

By Tommy Redshirt

from Wisconsin

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        Comments about 3/4" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union):

        We use this product in conjunction with a small self contained hydronic heating systems. We like the "all mechanical" valve control system. We sacrifice sensitivity for durability with this system. We found for our application the sensors work much better when they are in stream with the fluid that they are sensing as opposed to just wrapping it next to a pipe. We like the option to install as a diverting vs mixing valve. It's real old school technology that works.

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        • 1-1/4" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

          Q:

          What is the temperature range for this valve?
          Asked on 2/26/2014 by jason

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          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            According to the literature provided the Maximum temperature rating is
            120 C (248F) They sell a control with this that has two temperature
            ranges we use the 86 deg to 158 F control (T100R series thermostatic
            control sold separately)

            Answered on 2/27/2014 by Anonymous
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            The maximum temp is 248 the min would be whatever your rated glycol freeze point is, if no glycol then obviously 32 degrees is safe low temp
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            Answered on 2/27/2014 by Anonymous
        • 3/4" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

          Q:

          I need to run a constant temperature between 70 and 78 degrees (24/7), do you have a mixing valve that I can hook up to a hot water source and cold water source and set the range required then automatically (digital or temperature controlled)adjust the valve to acheive this range?
          Asked on 7/17/2011 by Charles from Columbia, SC

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          • CUSTOMER CARE

            A:

            Your cold water and hot water temperatures would have to remain consistent for a mixing valve to do this.

            Answered on 7/21/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
        • 1" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

          Q:

          is there a control adapted to this for modulation/ outdoor reset?
          Asked on 4/7/2011 by rh57 from nh

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          • CUSTOMER CARE

            A:

            No, there is not. You would have to replace both the valve and actuator and then install an electronic controller. According to the manufacturer, you could look at the following devices: T775R2043 controller, VC7934ZZ11 valve actuator, and a VCZMS7100 3-way sweat valve.

            Answered on 4/8/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
        • 3/4" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

          Q:

          Can I use this valve to heat up my cold water using steam as my heat source?
          Asked on 3/23/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            We do not believe this valve will be able to do that.

            Answered on 3/25/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
        • 1-1/4" 3-Way Mixing Valve (Female Sweat Union)

          Q:

          Does this valve actually sense the temperature and adjust for variances or just mix the hot and cold? I need a constant 120 degree supply to my floors.
          Thanks.
          Asked on 10/1/2010 by Anonymous

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            A:

            The valve does not sense the temperature coming into the line, it simply mixes the hot and cold lines together to reduce the water temperature. There is a valve on the mixing valve that you manually adjust to change the temperature. Normally it is recommended to have a temperature gauge in line so that you can adjust it accurately to the temperature you need.

            Answered on 10/5/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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