3/4" L1170-UT M2 Threaded Lo-Temp Mixing Valve Zoom

3/4" L1170-UT M2 Threaded Lo-Temp Mixing Valve

SKU:0206025

Brand: Watts

Watts
0206025 has been discontinued.
Direct Replacement:
SKU: 0559110
Brand: Watts

Do not use this item for any installation or repair of potable water applications. This product does not comply with the "Safe Drinking Water Act," which requires that products meet low-lead standards in order to be used in systems providing water for human consumption (drinking or cooking). This item is for non-potable (non-human consumption) water applications only.

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Specs

Size: 3/4"
Connection Type: Threaded

Description for Watts 0206025

Watts 1170-M2, L1170-M2 Hot Water Temperature Control Valves are specifically designed for mixing hot and cold water on hot water supply systems. They can be used for a variety of applications to reduce the temperature of the hot water from the system, and are ideal for radiant heat applications. This series features a "double throttling" design which combines the control of the hot and cold water to provide a sensitive response to changes in water temperature passing through the mixing chamber. The Watts 1170-M2 can be set to any temperature between 90+F and 160+F (60+F and 120+F for model L1170-M2) with flow rates as low as 0.5 gpm and as high as 23 gpm. The superior flow characteristics of this valve provide accurate temperature control to the requirements of ASSE 1017 across the rated flow range. These valves also provide additional safety as they restrict mixed water out to a drip upon loss of cold water supply to the valve. As an added feature, the 1170-M2, L1170-M2 series incorporates integral check valves and filter washers in both the hot and cold water inlets to protect against cross flow. Maximum Pressure: 150psi (10 bar).

3/4" L1170-UT M2 Threaded Lo-Temp Mixing Valve

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4.0

easy to install

By joeabby

from Washington, Ct

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        Comments about Watts 3/4" L1170-UT M2 Threaded Lo-Temp Mixing Valve:

        Installed but not in use yet.

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        • Personal
         
        4.0

        works pretty good

        By old timer

        from cincinnati oh

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              Comments about Watts 3/4" L1170-UT M2 Threaded Lo-Temp Mixing Valve:

              Used for industrial process water mixing. Quite a pressure drop and water must have no scale/rust particles. Good for residential, but don't think I'd use it again for industrial use.

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              5.0

              a product you need to buy

              By j june

              from glennie, mi

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                    Comments about Watts 3/4" L1170-UT M2 Threaded Lo-Temp Mixing Valve:

                    great price. Works well. Easy to assemble.

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                      I am chosing a mixing valve for a wood boiler/ radiant floor system. Would not 120 degrees be plenty hot to send through the system?
                      Asked on 2/3/2012 by Anonymous

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                        It depends on the design of the system. Some systems do require water hotter than 120°F, but more often than not you'd be below that mark. The maximum recommended water temperature for in-floor radiant heating systems is 150°F.

                        Answered on 2/10/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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