Asked by: Airin Sathyanna
asked in category: General Last Updated: 4th June, 2020

How do you adjust a tempering valve?

To adjust the mixed outlet temperature of the tempering valve the cap should be removed > to gain access to the adjusting spindle. Using the special tool moulded into the top of the cap rotate the adjusting spindle to achieve the required temperature.

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Keeping this in consideration, how do you check a tempering valve?

The function of the valve can be checked by measuring the temperature of the water at an outlet nearest to the valve . If the temperature is within +/-2C of the initial set temperature, the valve is functioning correctly.

Subsequently, question is, where do you put a tempering valve? Tomson 5213 series tempering valves are designed to be typically installed at the hot water storage heater. In order to ensure a set temperature, the tempering valve must have a minimum flow rate of 4 l/min.

Just so, how do you adjust a Holby mixing valve?

The temperature of the water delivered by the HOLBY TEMPERING VALVE can be changed by turning the adjusting screw to the right or clockwise for lower temperatures; and to the left or counter-clockwise for higher temperatures.

How do I adjust my water pressure?

Position the jaws of the wrench over the top nut of the adjustment screw. Turn the screw in a clockwise direction to increase the water pressure and a counterclockwise direction to decrease water pressure . Make the adjustment one or two full revolutions at a time. Open a water faucet to test the pressure .

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