Thermostatic Mixer Tap

Thermostatic water taps keep a constant temperature of the outcoming water. Even when the water stream has been turned off and on again for several times, the thermostat still keeps the set temperature. This is an advantage especially when you stop the water to apply shampoo or shower gel. Even when the water pressure in the pipes changes, thanks to the thermostat the water temperature will not change.

What does "thermostatic” mean?

Thermostatic water taps keep a constant temperature of the outcoming water. Even when the water stream has been turned off and on again for several times, the thermostat still keeps the set temperature. This is an advantage especially when you stop the water to apply shampoo or shower gel. Even when the water pressure in the pipes changes, thanks to the thermostat the water temperature will not change.

Termostatic water tap

Advantages of a thermostatic tap

Prevents unwanted changes of water temperature
The thermostatic shower tap has no lever, but two special regulators secured against unwanted movement. This way you avoid hitting the lever by chance and immediately getting a cold or hot shower as result. To change the temperature, simply press the stop button. Due to this safety lock, the water temperature cannot be changed by accident, but only as intended.

Safe for children
The safety lock on the regulator protects against scalding in the shower – it does not allow unintentional setting of a water temperature higher than 38°C. You can be sure that your children cannot get hurt. The safety lock protects children in a similar way like the locks on medicine caps or detergent bottles (to open, you need to press and turn at the same moment). Should a problem with the cold water intake occur, the intake of hot water closes immediately so that no danger of scalding ensues.

 

Saves water and energy
The thermostat saves water by setting the temperature automatically as quickly as possible. Everyone knows how much water runs off before you hit the right temperature...

Constant water temperature
The water retains its temperature, even when someone turns the hot water on in the kitchen or flushes the toilet with cold water. With a common shower tap, water temperature in such cases changes unpleasantly.