Aquablend's technology provides superior control, under changing pressure and temperature conditions as well as at ambient start up when scald protection is needed most.
The proven performance, reliability and low 'whole of life' cost makes Aquablend a popular choice with specifiers, engineers, plumbers and property owners.
The Aquablend 2000 is the health care preferred valve, particularly in NSW with NSW Health approval. The polished chrome body finish is ideal for exposed installations. (Note Aquablend 1500 is also NSW Health approved).
Australian design and manufacture and Standards Licensed to AS4032.1
Scald and thermal shock protection with rapid thermal shut-off should either the cold or hot water supply failure
Highly responsive mixed temperature control (+/- 2 Degrees Celcius) under changing inlet temperature and pressure conditions
Delivers excellent flow, operating at a minimum pressure of 20kPa
Supplied complete with isolating valves, non-returns and dual stage strainers incorporating temperature/pressure test ports
Flexible installation - inlet and outlet connections may be rotated to suit pipework design
Cold Supply: Min 5 C Max 30 C
Hot Supply: Min 55 C Max 90 C
For optimum operation it is recommended that the hot and cold water supply pressures be balanced within +/- 10%.
Hot to Mix temperature differential required for stable operation is minimum 10?C.
* Enware products are to be installed in accordance with the Plumbing Code of Australia and AS/NZS3500.
NOTE: Enware Australia advises: 1. Due to ongoing Research and Development, specifications may change without notice. 2. Component specifications may change on some export models.