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Therm-Omega-Tech Releases New Therm-O-Mix Station with Low PSI

low psi therm-o-mixTherm-Omega-Tech has developed a new Low-PSI Therm-O-Mix Station, an all-weather, instant tempered water supply for safety showers and eyewash stations that uses steam and cold water.

The new low-PSI model works with as little as 15 PSI steam pressure, whereas the previous model required at least 45 PSI.

The Therm-O-Mix is easily installed on eyewash and shower stations and uses existing plant steam and water supply only. When the shower or eyewash station is activated, the pressure drop on a diaphragm opens a steam control valve. Water and steam flow are established instantly heating the water and condensing the steam. A water mixing valve then blends the heated water with cold water to produce a consistent output of 85°F (29°C) water. Additional valves keep the system preheated, freeze protected and scald protected. The Therm-O-Mix Station conforms to OSHA and ANSI recommendations.

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