Rada 215-t3 c Thermostatic Mixing Valve

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1/2" thermostatic mixing valve incorporating Radatherm cartridge, check valves and strainers. Housed within swivel elbows, featuring 15mm compression connectors, which can be converted to 1/2" BSP Union if required. Please note this product requires separate outlet flow control.

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IFC IFC - 1 1.3
Revit Revit 2016 + 1 1.3

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IFC
IfcExportAs
IfcValveType
IfcExportType
MIXING
COBie
NBS_General
NBS_Data
ConnectionInlet
½201D BSP external union or 15 mm compression (nut and olive provided)
ConnectionOutlet
½201D BSP external union or 15 mm compression (nut and olive provided)
ConnectionStandard
Hot-left, cold-right, top outlet
FlowRateMaximum
35 L/min
FlowRateMimimum
3 L/min at mid blend
Form
Wall mounted thermostatic shower mixer valve
Operation
Rada 215-t3 series mixing valves do not have integral flow control; appropriate provision must be made for this in the outlet pipework. This can be in the form of basin/bath tap, stopcock, mechanical timed-flow controller or solenoid. The device chosen must be non-concussive in operation
PressureManufacturerNote
Both hot and cold pressure should be nominally equal
PressureMaximum
5.0 bar
PressureMaximumPressureLossRatio
10:1 (in favour of either supply)
PressureMaximumStatic
10.0 bar
PressureMinimum
0.15 bar
TemperatureControlManufacturerNote
In the event of loss of either supply, the valve will automatically shut off
TemperatureControlMinimumBlendTemperatureDifferential
12°C to either supply
TemperatureControlTemperatureMaximum
Factory set at approximately 41°C
TemperatureControlTemperatureMinimum
1°C
TemperatureControlThermostaticControl
35°C to 50°C
TemperatureRangeManufacturerNote
For reasons of general safety, hot water storage temperatures should be maintained at between 60°C to 65°C where serving ablutionary applications. The mixing valve can accept temporary excursions above 85°C without damage, however operation at such elevated temperatures is not recommended
ThirdPartyCertification
Buildcert TMV3 Scheme Approved, WRAS Approved
WaterSupplyTemperatureMaximum
85°C
Pset_ValveTypeCommon
Pset_ValveTypeMixing

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