Mixing valve for domestic or commercial water

The 5121 mixing valve is a compact, lead-free domestic water thermostatic valve designed to deliver mixed-water temperatures for faucets or any point-of-use installation where an ASSE 1070 safety valve is required.

08/08/2016


5121 mixing valve is a compact, lead-free domestic water thermostatic valve designed to deliver mixed water temperatures for faucets or any point-of-use installation where an ASSE 1070 safety valve is required. Courtesy: Taco Comfort SolutionsTaco Comfort Solutions' 5121 mixing valve is a compact, lead-free domestic water thermostatic valve designed to deliver mixed-water temperatures for faucets or any point-of-use installation where an ASSE 1070 safety valve is required. The 5121 thermostatic valve is offered with or without a T and elbow. The ASSE 1070-listed, point-of-use valve ensures mixed water temperatures throughout a home or business with maximum flow of 5.8 gpm. Hot supply temperature range is 120 to 180 F and cold supply range is 39 to 85 F. Each 5121 valve includes a mounting bracket, connects to 3/8 in. flexible hose or compression 3/8 in. OD tube, and offers check valves, inlet strainers, and a tamper-resistant cap.

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