PRICES include / exclude VAT
Homepage>BS Standards>91 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND BUILDING>91.140 Installations in buildings>91.140.70 Sanitary installations>BS EN 1111:2017 Sanitary tapware. Thermostatic mixing valves (PN 10). General technical specification
immediate downloadReleased: 2017-08-22
BS EN 1111:2017 Sanitary tapware. Thermostatic mixing valves (PN 10). General technical specification

BS EN 1111:2017

Sanitary tapware. Thermostatic mixing valves (PN 10). General technical specification

Format
Availability
Price and currency
English Secure PDF
Immediate download
380.22 USD
You can read the standard for 1 hour. More information in the category: E-reading
Reading the standard
for 1 hour
38.02 USD
You can read the standard for 24 hours. More information in the category: E-reading
Reading the standard
for 24 hours
114.07 USD
English Hardcopy
In stock
380.22 USD
Standard number:BS EN 1111:2017
Pages:60
Released:2017-08-22
ISBN:978 0 580 89903 4
Status:Standard
DESCRIPTION

BS EN 1111:2017


This standard BS EN 1111:2017 Sanitary tapware. Thermostatic mixing valves (PN 10). General technical specification is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 91.140.70 Sanitary installations
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 approximately 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. toilets and cloakrooms) and bath rooms 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