The COMAP hot-water thermostat is a central thermostatic temperature regulator for distribution of domestic hot water. It is installed after the water tank or boiler if the internal temperature is greater than 60°C.
It is used to provide water at a given temperature from hot and cold water sources.
- Saves hot water
- Used to separate the temperature of stored hot water from that distributed
- Increases the volume of hot water distributed
- Low pressure drop permitting high flow rates
- Foolproof fitting
- Protected from contamination by non-return valve
- Lockable handle
- Can be fitted in all positions
- Long-lasting installation
- Max. pressure: 10 bar
- Max temperature: 100°C
- Output temperature: 605: 40 to 60° C; 605 S: 35°C to 55°C
- Size: 3/4"
1. Nickel-plated bronze body
2. Noryl valve 20% glass fibre
3. Thermal control unit
4. Stainless steel spring
5. Stainless steel compensation spring
6. Noryl operating stem 20% glass fibre
7. ABS hand knob
8. NF non-return valves
9. O-ring seals
10. Noryl head 20% glass fibre
- The thermostatic regulator provides water at the desired temperature using hot and cold water sources.
- For use in systems with 16 water outlets or fewer, because of coincidence factors.
- For non-residential uses, the regulator can supply a maximum of 4 showers (for example, in communal showers).
- It is often necessary to fit hot water regulators in parallel in order to use additional outlets.
- The recommended water supply pressure is between 2 and 5 bar, with a maximum flow velocity of 1.5 m/s.
- The regulator should be located just after the hot water generator.
- The cold water pressure should always be about 0.2 bar greater than the hot water pressure.