Thermostatic Taps (TMV3)
Thermostatic taps are a type of faucet that are designed to regulate and maintain a consistent water temperature, typically in commercial or industrial settings. These taps use a thermostatic mixing valve (TMV) to blend hot and cold water to achieve the desired temperature, which is set and controlled by a built-in thermostat.
Thermostatic taps are often used in healthcare facilities, schools, and other public buildings where there is a need to prevent scalding or accidental burns from hot water. The TMV ensures that the temperature of the water does not exceed a certain level, even if there are fluctuations in the supply of hot or cold water.
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