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Single Check Valves
EA453
EB202
EB235
EB420
Double Check Valves
EC453
ED202
ED235
ED316
ED440
Fluid Category 4
AutoFill
AutoFill AFCA
BA - RPZ Valve
DB256
Fluid Category 5
Boost-A-Break
Ablution Plant
MIDI-Break
Fluid Category 5 Standpipe
DC Pipe Interrupter
Heating
Air Dirt Remover
AutoFill
AutoFill AFCA
Dose and Fill
Dosing Pot
EVUP Expansion Vessel
EVCP Expansion Vessel
Midi Fill Digital
CA Device
Booster Sets
BPE Booster
Pent-A-Boost
Arrow Stealth Booster
Flow Limiting
AFL - Automatic Flow Limit Valve
Equiflow
Standpipes and Taps
Hose Union Below Ground
Conceal-A-Tap
Detach-A-Tap
Wash Down Guns
Hose Union Tap Box
Standpipe Cat 4 SPBA
Standpipe Cat 3 SPED
Standpipe Cat 5 SPFC5
Pillar Standpipe SPHUD
Standpipe Tap Box SPTB
Standpipe Tap Guard SPTG
WaterPoint Standpipe
Pressure Reducing Valves
PRV535
PRV536
PRVC101
Isolating
Branch Valve
Bypass Valve
Filterball Valve

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  • 15 mm Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 c/w AFL

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More
    £85.00
  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 Kit 4

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More

    Price From: £125.00

  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 Kit 6

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More

    Price From: £135.00

  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 Kit 1

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More

    Price From: £98.00

  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 Kit 3

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More

    Price From: £145.00

  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 Kit 5

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More

    Price From: £125.00

  • TMV model 5213 - No Serv. Valves

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves should be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). Learn More

    Price From: £40.00

  • 22 mm Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 c/w AFL

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More
    £105.00
  • Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 Kit 2

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More

    Price From: £130.00

  • 15 mm Thermostatic Mixing Valve 5213 c/w AFL

    Model TMV5213 is particularly compact whilst retaining the benefits of union inlet connections and integral check valves. The 15 mm valve is DO8, TMV3 and WRAS approved. TMVs blend hot and cold water at point of use to provide warm water to basins, showers and baths. When installed and maintained correctly, the TMV will fulfil the Duty of Care requirements against scalding. Legionella bacteria breed in warm water (20-45 degrees C), so to avoid this condition hot water should be stored at 60-65 degrees C and distributed at not less than 55 degrees C. The cold water should be supplied below 20 degrees C. Proportional control on both the hot and cold provides an accurate outlet temperature, which is adjustable between 30-50 degrees C by means of a tamperproof adjustment. Low loss check valves are incorporated into the hot and cold tails, which provide the necessary backflow protection against hot water (Fluid Catgory 2). Flat-faced unions enable the TMV to be easily removed if required. Servicing Valves hould be fitted to the hot and cold supplies to aid maintenance (Clause G11.1). The Arrow Valves TMV is normally supplied with AFL (Automatic Flow Limiting) Servicing Valves. These valves enable a strainer only or combined strainer and Automatic Flow Limiting cartridge to be fitted and removed through the side port without disconnecting pipes. In addition the cartridges can incorporate an Automatic Flow Limiting facility to assist water conservation and unbalanced supply pressures. TMVs perform best with equal supply pressures, e.g. unvented hot and cold. Learn More
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