NA 003

DIN Standards Committee Valves

Project

Sanitary tapware - Low pressure thermostatic mixing valves - General technical specification

Abstract

This European Standard specifies general construction, performance and material requirements for PN 10 thermostatic mixing valves (TMV) and includes test methods for the verification of mixed water temperature performance at the point of use below 45 °C. This does not exclude the selection of higher temperatures where available. When these devices are used to provide anti-scald protection for children, elderly and disabled persons the mixed water temperature needs to be set at a suitable bathing temperature (body temperature - 38 °C) as children are at risk to scalding at lower temperatures than adults. This does not obviate the need for supervision of young children during bathing. It applies to valves intended for use on sanitary appliances in kitchens, washrooms (incl. all rooms with sanitary tapware, e.g. toilet and cloakrooms) and bathrooms operating under the conditions specified in Table 1. This standard allows TMVs to supply a single outlet or a small number of outlets in a "domestic" application (e.g. one valve, controlling a shower, bath, basin and/or, bidet), excluding valves specifically designed for supplying a large number of outlets (i.e. for institutional use). The tests described are type tests (laboratory tests) and not quality control tests carried out during manufacture. Table 1 - Conditions of use

Begin

2023-01-18

WI

00164762

Planned document number

DIN EN 1287 rev

Project number

00300748

Responsible national committee

NA 003-02-01 AA - Sanitary tapware  

Responsible european committee

CEN/TC 164/WG 8 - Sanitary tapware  

Contact

Dipl.-Ing. (FH)

Maximilian Müller

Am DIN-Platz, Burggrafenstr. 6
10787 Berlin

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