April 22, 2021

Coffee with Caleffi™

Optimizing Mixing Valves in DHW Systems

Thursday, April 22, 2021
12 noon-1:00 p.m. CDT
 

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Mixing valves are used every day in domestic hot water (DHW) systems. Whether you’re designing a system with a mixing valve or servicing an existing installation, there are a number of considerations in order to ensure accurate control of the water temperature. Don’t let the mixing valve be your go-to fall guy when expectations aren’t met! Cody Mack will come alongside our audience to help them design, install AND maintain a trouble-free DHW application.

You'll learn:
→ What is recirculation creep and how is it prevented?
→ Why is there a maximum pressure differential between hot and cold on a mix valve?
→ Sizing is based on high-flow, but what about low-flow considerations?
→ What is the impact of water quality on a valve?
→ I want 120°F from my mixing valve. What should I set my source to?
→ What is Cv? How is it applied?

Mack has nearly 20 years’ experience as an installation contractor, service technician, application engineer and most recently training manager for Caleffi. He pounds the virtual pavement educating Boomers, Gen-X’ers, Millennials and beyond. A family man, gear-head and motorcycle-enthusiast, our audience will appreciate his thoughtful delivery, clever humor and common sense product approach.

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