Temperature Control Devices Services in Sydney
Heated water delivered at 60°C takes one second to cause third-degree burns. By reducing the temperature of water delivery from hot taps to 45°C through the use of a temperature control device, it takes six hours to cause those burns. The risk of scalding is far greater for people who are more vulnerable. These people at a higher risk include those with a disability, the elderly and children, as they may have a reduced reaction time and thinner skin.
When installing a temperature control device you are ultimately protecting your family and friends from getting burnt. A common temperature control device installed in Australia is called a Warm Water valve or Thermostatic Mixing Valve. How these valves work is simply a mix of cold water (7°C) mixing into hot water (60°C), to create warm water (45°C). As long as the water mixture is at the right ratio, the temperature can be modified as necessary to your use.
Fixtures that warm water is normally required are:
- Swimming Pools
- Washing Machines
Temperature control devices can be activated and functioned in many different ways including:
- Thermostatic element or sensors
- A mixing valve that is temperature-activated
- A mixing valve that is manually activated
If you seek any assistance in installing, maintaining & repairing a temperature control device, do not hesitate to call our team as we can confidently assure you that our extensive experience will ensure that you will get your water safe and reliably!
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