• Aquablend 1500 Now With Thermal Flush

    Aquablend 1500 Now With Thermal Flush Capability

Aquablend 1500 Now With Thermal Flush

Caption: Enware Thermal Flush ATM700 ... How does it work?

HOT WATER FLUSHING CAPABILITY TO HELP MINIMISE BACTERIA RISK IN PLUMBING SYSTEMS

KEY POINTS:

  • No need to reset temperature after thermal flush, no need to re-commission
  • Assists with disinfection of warm water pipework
  • TMV functions as normal with or without using the Thermal Flush Feature
  • Aquablend 1500 will now have a maximum set temperature of 50°C (previously 48°C)
  • Same order codes for the TMV and Cabinet Configurations
  • Same features – Australian Made; AS4032.1 and NSW Health approved; 5 Year Warranty*
  • Service kit (ATMS242) is available to upgrade previous Aquablend 1500 models
  • AS4032.1 Compliant, maintaining a maximum temperature stop at 50ºC

As the leading brand of Thermostatic Mixing Valves in Australia, the team behind Enware’s Aquablend TMV product takes very seriously the responsibility for helping keep users safe, the water supply healthy and for continuing to deliver enhanced performance. We thank you for your feedback and support in our strive to improve the features and performance of our trusted, NSW Health Approved TMV - The Aquablend 1500.

Note: The upgrade of Aquablend 1500 TMV to include Thermal Flush capability has been effective since 10 November 2015.

 

  


 

What is new?
New Aquablend 1500 with Thermal Flush
ATMS242- 5 year service kit wit Thermal Flush
  • Top cap design allows for Thermal Flush function to assist with disinfection or warm water plumbing systems
  • Compatible with the Aquablend 1000*, 1500 and 2000*
  • Red cap for easy Thermal Flush identification
  • Comes with Thermal flush top cap assembly including a Red lock shield labelled with Thermal flush upgrade markings, Thermal flush screw assembly plus the added bonus of a new internal cold seat
  • Maximum temperature adjustment now 50°C
  • Supplied with the complete list of critical components needed for a 5 year service including the body o ring, piston and element assembly plus lubricant and adjustment keys
  • Updated installation booklet, including instructions on the Thermal Flush procedure
  • Aquablend 1500 will perform as normal if the Thermal Flush is not used
  • Improved piston polymer reducing the risk of damage due to debris

 *models supplied post 2008

Resources:

Installation Instructions click here for the updated Aquablend 1500 booklet including the procedure for using the thermal flush feature. (PDF)

5-Year Service Upgrade Instructions click here for how to update the superseded model to include the thermal flush feature. (PDF)

Click here for our product information page ATM700 Aquablend 1500 TMV 1500 with thermal flush

 

For more information please call 1300 ENWARE (1300 369 273) or email info@enware.com.au


FAQ'S
  1. Are the service intervals the same with the new Aquablend 1500 and the superseded model?

    Yes, The Aquablend 1500 keeps the current service requirements. These are as follows.

    12 monthly
    • Remove and clean inlet fitting strainers
    • Check the integrity of the non return valves
    • Complete a thermal shut down test
    • Re set the outlet temperature

    5 yearly 
    • Fit the 5 year service kit (element/shuttle assembly, one body o ring, top cap with thermal flush, mixing tube and red “upgrade” lock shield)
    • Remove and clean inlet fitting strainers
    • Check the integrity of the non return valves
    • Complete a thermal shut down test
    • Re set the outlet temperature

  2. Do I have to perform the thermal flush when I commission the new valve?

    No, the thermal flush is an added feature and is not a part of the standard commissioning and service procedure.

  3. Can I purchase the old Aquablend 1500 element and piston?

    No, the superseded element/piston assembly is no longer available. The new 5 year kit (ATM242) is the replacement component pack. This includes the new element/shuttle assembly, one body o ring, top cap with thermal flush, mixing tube and red “upgrade” lock shield.

  4. How can I get the thermal flush procedure?

    The thermal flush procedure is within the new Aquablend 1500 instruction manual located on page 19.

  5. Do I have to remove and service the thermal flush screw?

    No, the thermal flush screw does not need to be removed. The 5 year kit includes a new top cap with new thermal flush screw and is replaced every 5 years.

  6. What is the grub screw for on the hex of the top cap?

    This is the temperature locking screw. It is used to lock the temperature adjusting spindle during the thermal flush procedure. 

  7. Why is there only one grub screw provided with three holes?

    Only one screw is needed to lock the temperature adjustment spindle. Three holes are provided so the locking grub screw can be position in an accessible location after installation.

  8. How do I service the superseded Aquablend 1500?

    The new Aquablend 5 year service kit with thermal flush (ATMS242) fits directly into the superseded Aquablend 1500. 

  9. Can I add the Thermal flush function to other Aquablend models?

    Yes, The new Aquablend 5 year service kit with thermal flush is compatible with the Aquablend 1000,1500 and 2000 models.

  10. Do I have to have the thermal flush feature on my Aquablend 1500?

    Yes, the thermal flush feature is now a standard part of the Aquablend 1500 TMV. This feature does not affect the performance of the Aquablend 1500 TMV and is provided as an extra function that can be utilised if required. The thermal flush feature does not form a part of the mandatory servicing or commissioning of the Aquablend 1500 TMV.


Do you have a question?

Please call 1300 ENWARE (1300 369 273) or email info@enware.com.au


* 5 Years Conditional Warranty: 2 years parts and labour on the complete assembly; an additional 3 years, parts supply only, on the valve body excluding inlet fitting assemblies