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  • Honeywell Mixing Valve

    I like the new Honeywell DirectConnect mixing valve kits.  A real time saver!
    Often wrong, never in doubt.
  • SWEI SWEI @ 11:57 AM
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    clever design

    are they competitively priced?
  • bill bill @ 12:19 PM
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    I looked and could not find any. Can you come up with some literature?
  • hot rod hot rod @ 4:12 PM
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    clever idea

    is that a low lead valve that California requires now a days?
  • HWHydronics HWHydronics @ 2:37 PM
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    LF Version Available - AMX300TLF

    There is a LF model available (AMX300TLF)
  • heatpro02920 heatpro02920 @ 4:25 PM
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    I can't believe

    this is on here, I bought one yesterday for a customer, my tech installed it today, and I was waiting to hear back from him when he comes in at 5:30 to see how it worked out.... I couldn't believe my cost was under $85!!! If my guy says it was as easy as it looks Im going to stock them, these are a great idea....
    I have a customer that has a radiant heating system running off of a condensing water heater and it has no mixing valve it is just set low {like 95*} but it runs out of heat pretty fast, so I was going to have my guys install a mixing valve this summer for him, this may work perfectly for that...
    This post was edited by an admin on May 1, 2013 4:31 PM.
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    they give you two extra ports - one for unmixed hot water (laundry, dishwasher, radiant to a heat exchanger, etc.) and another port for a recirculation loop return.

    I saw this display on my suppliers counter on my way to the job where I needed one and even though I had two conventional mixing valves, I bought one for speed.

    Here is the literature:
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