MIX-135-A

Thermostatic mixing valve supplied with Sloan Optima® and Optima Plus® faucets that are specified with the “BDT” (Below Deck Thermostatic) variation, or available separately

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MIX-135-A Thermostatic Water Mixing Valve with the following features:

  • • Designed for under-the-lavatory applications where the outlet temperature of hot water must be controlled for safe, economic use.
  • • Installs in place of the Tee fitting supplied with the faucet prior to the solenoid valve
  • • Designed to quickly sense and compensate for temperature fluctuations induced by water temperature and pressure changes in the supply line
  • • Rugged construction features solid brass valve body and corrosion resistant internal components
  • • Water temperature adjustment stem with lock nut to prevent tampering
  • • Equipped with integral check valves at inlets
  • • 3/8” compression connection on inlets and outlet
  • • Meets all the performance standards of ASSE 1070 and CSA B125
  • • Capacity — standard: .......................................................4.0 gpm (15.0 Lpm) †
  • • Maximum Hot Water Supply Temperature:.......................180° F (82° C)
  • • Minimum Hot Water Supply Temperature:.........................5° F (2.8° C) above set point
  • • Maximum Operating Pressure: ........................................125 psig (862kPa)
  • • Minimum flow — standard:................................................0.25 gpm (1.0 Lpm) to ASSE 1016
  • • Factory set: .......................................................................105° F (40° C)
  • † At 45 PSI differential (310 kPa), with hot water supply between 140°-180° F (60°-82° C).