Mixed outlet Temperature: Temperature adjustment range 38⁰ to 42.5⁰ Celsius.
Inlet temperatures cold supply: minimum 5⁰C and maximum 30⁰C.
Inlet temperatures hot supply: minimum 65⁰C and maximum 90⁰C.
Maximum cold water temperature is required to allow the wax element inside the cartridge to operate as intended.
Minimum hot water temperature is required to allow copper element, full of wax, to expand and in turn fully shut the valve for fail safe testing.
Minimum and maximum cold water temperatures are set to allow valve to accurately mix the outlet temperature to 38⁰C, 42.5⁰C and 50⁰C.
Metals: DZR Brass, staniless steel, chrome plated brass.
Please refer to our STABITHERM INSTALLATION AND SERVICE booklet for more detailed instructions. The Broen Stabitherm must be installed by a licensed plumber and commissioned and serviced by a plumber who has carried out the TAFE Thermostatic Mixing Valve course. Inlets and outlets are clearly marked, RED = Hot and BLUE = COLD.
Outlet is 1/2 inch chrome plated male thread. If the valve is not installed as per the instructions with the 2 strainers supplied in the box, it will not function correctly and may avoid all warranties. Prior to installing the TMV, the system must be checked to ensure the conditions fall within the reccommended operating range of the BROEN Stabitherm. TMV must not be installed with a tempering valve between boiler and TMV. It is a requirement of AS3500 that each thermostatic mixing valve be fitted with isolating valves, strainers and non-return valves fitted to inlets for hot and cold water supply lines.
Strainers and non-return valves are supplied with each Stabitherm. Strainers must be fitted to prevent contaminants entering the valve. Non-return valves must be fitted to prevent cross contamination. The valve should be installed so access is easily available for service.